You’ll want to stop everything you’re doing before opening this digital archive of The Electrical Experimenter Vol. 4, published in 1913. Consisting of 584 scanned pages from multiple issues of the magazine, it includes everything from predictions of solar energy to applications from the ‘phoney patent offizz,’ charts, graphs, illustrations, ads, and lots and lots of news. Be warned the PDF is high-res and 90+MB, or it is also available in ePub, Kindle, and other formats.
Here’s a sampling of what’s in this volume:
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