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Discovery; the popular journal of knowledge.

New Title: Science journal
Previous Title: Modern science
Related Names: Snow, C. P. 1905-1980., Muirhead, L. Russell 1896-, Lintern, Bernard Francis 1908-, Benn, John Andrews 1904-, Pollard, Hugh B. C. 1888-, Liveing, Edward G. D. 1895-1963., Russell, Alexander S. 1888-1972.
Language(s): English
Published: Cambridge [Eng., etc.] The University press [etc]
Note: Editors: Jan. 1920-June 1921, A.S. Russell.---July 1921-Dec. 1923, Edward Liveing.---Jan.-Apr. 1924, R.J.V. Pulvertaft.---May 1924-Mar. 1926, H.B.C. Pollard.---Apr. 1926-1931, J.A. Benn.---1932-34, Bernard Lintern.---1934-Mar. 1938, L.R. Muirhead.---Apr. 1938-1940, C.P. Snow.
Published in London by J. Murray, Jan. 1920-Mar. 1924, by Benn brothers, ltd., Apr. 1924-Mar. 1938; published in Cambridge by the University press, Apr. 1938-Mar. 1940.
Subtitle varies slightly.
Physical Description: 46 v. ill., plates,diagrs. 26x29 cm.
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