The Manual of American Water-works, Volume 4
Moses Nelson Baker
Engineering News, 1897 - Water-supply engineering
Containing the history, details of construction, source and mode of water supply, pumping machinery, distribution, consumption, pressure, hydrant rental, revenue and expenses, cost and debt, etc., etc., of every water-works in the United States and Canada, with summaries for each state and group of states; and directory of water-works officials, engineers and contractors.
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