Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Page & Company, 1923.
Book — x p., 2 ., 292 p. front. (fold tab.) illus. (incl. maps) plates, port., diagrs. 22 cm.
Achievements and obligations of modern science, by O.W. Caldwell.--Gasoline as a world power, by E.E. Slosson.--The influence of coal-tar on civilization, by E.E. Slosson.--Electrons and how we use them, by J. Mills.--An investigation on epidemic influenza, by P.K. Olitsky and F.L. Gates.--Our present knowledge of tuberculosis, by L.R. Williams.--Louis Pasteur and lengthened human life, by O.W. Caldwell.--International public health, by G.E. Vincent.--Educational value of modern botanical gardens, by G.T. Moore.--The meaning of evolution, by J.M. Coulter.--Our fight against insects, by L.O. Howard.--Insect sociology, by V. Kellogg.--How the forests feed the clouds, by R. Zon.--The modern potato problem, by C.O. Appleman.--Chemistry and economy of food, by H.C. Sherman.--Our daily bread and vitamins, by W.H. Eddy.