November 1933

The Hazard of Human Flight

Volume 18, Issue 3

The probable span of human life and the prospects of untimely death have always been of paramount importance to mankind.

Vital statistics, particularly ages at death, have been handed down to posterity where all other information concerning historical characters has been lost.

Important among present day results of these many century old statistics, are the American Experience Mortality Table, and the American Men's Mortality Table.

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