Two-Faced Mirror for Day or Night Motoring (Nov, 1936)
The more modern prismatic version is a bit handier and doesn’t involve driving around with a mirror point out the front of your car. The current auto-dimming mirrors are even better.
Two-Faced Mirror for Day or Night Motoring
One side of a reversible rear-view mirror for automobiles has a crystal-clear face for daytime driving, and the other side is a jet black glareproof mirror that kills the blinding reflections during night driving. Either side provides clear vision of the road to the rear. The mirror is turned and locked in position either way by a simple twist of the wrist, and it can also be held in a vertical position for use as a vanity glass.
SHE FLIES AND DIVES (Sep, 1915)
So, it’s an article about a woman who flies planes and goes diving, but most of the article is about who she marries. Typical.
The thing I don’t understand is the last sentence: “After his third wreck, the sinking of the S. S. Delhi, he claimed his bride.”
Does that mean he was on three separate ships that sank? Did he sink them? How is this relevant to the story?
SHE FLIES AND DIVES
AN odd compact came to fulfillment recently when Mrs. Alys McKey Bryant, the prominent aviatrice, married Jesse W. Callow, chief engineer of the Pacific Coast Steamship Company. Years before, they had come to the agreement that if, at the expiration of ten years’ time both of them were free, they would marry.