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Electrician and Mechanic

A monthly technical magazine originating as Bubier's Popular Electrician in 1890, it changed its name to Electrician and Mechanic in July 1906. In January 1912 it absorbed The Collins Wireless Bulletin, and thereafter began printing articles on Wireless Telegraphy. After the December 1913 edition, the magazine was itself absorbed by its competitor Modern Electrics, to become Modern Electrics & Mechanics.

EM_jan1912-jun1912 .pdf
EM_jan1913-jun1913 .pdf