Chicago, IL: [ not specified ] May 1952. 130 pages. 5 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches. Paper wrappers, digest size. Entire issue of Today's Science, The Science Picture Magazine, First issue, Vol 1, Number 1. On pp 98-99 is a small article, unsigned, about how a new device with a paper brain can run machine tools - a very early incarnation of computerized routing (CNC, etc). A second article talks about Lawrence, Genius of Color TV. Ads for among other things blow-up bras. Penciled "25" on front cover, small ding to front wrapper near date, inked '5' on first page. Otherwise clean. Very Good. Wraps. 
A magazine with strong visual presentations of scientific discoveries, progress, and explanation. Scarce to find in nice condition.