(Note: Number following "F" indicates File Folder number.)
Aluminum F 29.
Analysis of Tridismine? F 29.
Architecture of the Renaissance. F 29.
Bimetablisms. F 29.
Brief Biography of John Adams. F 29.
Chemical Action. F 29.
Commercial Importance of Scientific Research. F 30.
Darwin and His Influence. F 30.
Discovery of America. F 30.
Discovery of the Elements. F 30.
Determination of Phosphorus in Iron. F 30.
Dyeing. F 30.
Electricity. F 31.
Elementary Inorganic Chemistry. F 31.
Evolution. F 31.
Explosives. F 31.
Flame. F 31.
Gold. F 31.
Great Epidemics. F 31.
Gunpowder. F 31.
History of Progress in Steel-Making. F 32.
How to Observe. F 32.
Inorganic Chemistry at Watkins Institue. F 32.
Lincoln, Abraham F 32.
Low Temperatures by Artificial Means. F 32.
Medical Education in the U. S. F 32.
Mob Law. F 32.
Nicaragua Canal. F 32.
Pasteur, Louis F 33.
Poe, Ed. F 33.
Progress of Science in the 19th Century. F 33.
Refrigeration. F 33.
Relation of Chemistry to Pharmacy. F 33.
Relation of Science to Religion. F 33.
Relations of Vol. of Vapor to Vol. of Liquid or Latent Heat. F 33.
Scientific Research. F 34.
Theory of Dissolution. F 34.
Toxicology. F 34.
Ventilation. F 35.
The Water We Drink. F 35.
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