THE ENGINEERING AND MINING JOURNAL. FORTY-SIX ISSUES FROM SEPTEMBER 20, 1884 THROUGH JANUARY 30, 1886.

New York: Scientific Publishing Co., 1884-1886. Folio, 10" x 13", stitched. Each issue 36-40pp, consisting of 16-20pp of text and 20pp of advertisements. Caption titles [as issued], stitched, printed in both double and triple columns. Profusely illustrated with highly detailed pictures and diagrams, several of them full-page. Numerous advertisements, many illustrated. Several maps and diagrams, including Butte Copper Belt [MT]; Silver Veins of Butte, Montana; Hell Gate; Calumet Conglomerate; &c. Occasional light wear, spotting, dampstaining. Overall Very Good.

A collection of 46 non-consecutive issues of The Engineering and Mining Journal, a weekly which contains everything one could possibly want to know about the world of engineering and mining. Edited by Richard P. Rothwell, Rossiter W. Raymond, and Charles Kirchopp, Jr. , the collection includes: Vol. XXXVIII, Nos. 12-17, 20, 22-26; Vol. XXXIX, Nos. 2, 3, 8-20, 22-26; Vol. XL, Nos. 1, 3, 7, 11, 12, 15-18, 23, 26; and Vol. XLI, Nos. 3-5.
Material includes stock market updates, reviews of coal, metals, gold, silver, etc.; new mining laws; labor news, current wages, newly formed unions and societies; mining-related politics; recent court decisions; recent fires, explosions and narrow escapes; national and international mining news [Cuba, Spain, Belgium, England, China, Mexico, Russia, &c.]; export and import news; newly released publications; new mining laws; work and exhibitions of institutes and experts; deaths of notables [e.g., Prof. Benjamin Silliman, Jr. of Yale]; latest news on local projects [power needed for a cable road on the Brooklyn Bridge]; and much more. Illustrations of many different types and styles of machines relating to mining, engineering, railroads, and related trades, such as pulverizers, water heaters, engines, elevators, drills, excavators, cooking ovens, pumps, &c., &c.
Not in Lomazow. Item #32047

Price: $500.00

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