Who's who in New England: A Biographical Dictionary of Leading Living Men and Women of the States of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut

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Albert Nelson Marquis
A.N. Marquis & Company, 1915 - New England - 1192 pages
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Page 245 - Report of a Commission Appointed to Consider a General System of Drainage for the Valleys of Mystic, Blackstone and Charles Rivers, 1886 (State publ.).
Page 98 - Arts, 4 times; Phila. Art Club gold medal: the Dodge prize, Nat. Acad. of Design; bronze and gold medals Carnegie Inst. ; gold medal of honor, and the Temple gold niedal of Pa. Acad. of Fine Arts: also gold medal at Paris Exp'n, 1900.
Page 324 - WHO'S WHO IN AMERICA Internal. Inventions Exbn., Loadon, 1885); automatic systems for ocean cables; rapid machine telegraphy for land lines, etc. Has perfected system of automatic telegraphy capable of transmitting and plainly recording 3,000 words per minute over single wire. Mem. and ex-v.-p. Am. Inst.
Page 19 - Author: Civilization During the Middle Ages; The Growth of the French Nation; European History; Vol. II In Hunt and Poole's Political History of England; The Origin of the English Constitution; Outline Sketch of English Constitutional History; The British Empire; Constitutional History of England.
Page 100 - Coleridge (1893) ; A Suburban Pastoral and Other Tales (1894); The Ways of Yale (a humorous sketch of under -graduate life), (1895); A History of English Romanticism in the Eighteenth Century...
Page 232 - Mass. Pioneer in many elec. Improvements; laid out first polyphase power transmission plant to be put into successful operation in America; also pioneer In designing alternating current generators for high voltages, and many other developments: also consulting eng'r Northern Elec. Mfg. Co.; dir.
Page 69 - Awarded Scholarship Art Students' League; Shaw Prize Fund, 1905; Thomas B. Clarke Prize, 1906; Architectural League Medal, 1906 and 1907.
Page 211 - Boston main drainage, 1878; designed. 1887. and later was chief engr., N. Met. and Charles River Valley sewerage systems for Mass., a combined system for about 20 cities and towns, with numerous siphons under tidal estuaries and an outlet, 1,800 feet, into sea from Deer Island; chief engr.
Page 109 - A Notable Libel Suit," 1904, "Early Census Making in Massachusetts," 1905, "The Story of the Old Boston Town House," 1908, "The Book of Common Prayer," 1910, "Warning Out in New England," 1911, "John Baskerville, Type Founder and Printer,

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