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ICON : Volume 20, issue 2 (2014)

Table of Contents
ICON : Volume 20, Issue 2 (2014)

Title page, Contents, The Contributors

I

John B. Stranges
Mr. Chrysler’s Building: Merging Design and Technology In in the Machine Age

1

Anika Schleinzer
Rehearsed Technology: The Definition of Technical Toys in the Early Twentieth Century

20

Klaus Staubermann
The Transfer of Shipbuilding Knowledge: Reconstructing HMAS Warrego, Part 1

40

Francesc X. Barca Salom
Heating and Ventilation in Barcelona in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century

49

Sławomir Łotysz
A ‘Lasting Memorial’ to the UNNRA? Implementation of the Penicillin Plant Programme in Poland, 1946–1949

70

Stefan Krebs and Melissa Van Drie
The Art of Stethoscope Use: Diagnostic Listening Practices of Medical Physicians and ‘Auto Doctors’

92

Pierre Bouillon
A Paradox in Computer Science: French and Romanian Cooperation during the Cold War

115

Malcolm R. Hill
Russian Iron and Steel Production from 1800–1860

125

Kranzberg Lecture
Alexandre Herlea: The History of Technology and European Unity

151

Journal Review

166

Book Reviews

173

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