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" ... recommended among others a large intercepting sewer to collect the sewage from the area along the lake front between Seventy-third and Thirty-first streets, and about a year ago a 20-foot conduit was completed on Thirty-ninth street, through which... "
The Catholic Church in Chicago, 1673-1871: An Historical Sketch - Page 2
by Gilbert Joseph Garraghan - 1921 - 236 pages
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Annual Report

Chicago (Ill.). Department of Public Works - 1896
...avenue an outfall sewer could be constructed along Western avenue from. Seventy-ninth street north to the south fork of the south branch of the Chicago river at the Stock Yards slip. This outfall sewer would drain one mile on both sides of Western avenue between...
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Annual Report - Chicago Public Works

Public works - 1896
...avenue an outfall sewer could be constructed along Western avenue from Seventy-ninth street north to the south fork of the south branch of the Chicago river at the Stock Yards slip. This outfall sewer would drain one mile on both sides of Western avenue between...
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Municipal Engineering, Volume 26

Municipal engineering - 1904
...building and repairing county bridges during 1904. Bert Brown, co. elk. Chicago, 111.— A bridge over the south fork of the south branch of the Chicago river at Thlrty-flrst-st. Is proposed during 1904. Redding, Cal.— Bids will be asked at once for building...
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Report Upon the Chicago Drainage Canal

International Waterways Commission (U.S. and Canada), Oswald Herbert Ernst, George Christie Gibbons - Chicago Drainage Canal - 1907 - 54 pages
...was completed on Thirty-ninth street, through which the diluted sewage Irom this area now passes to the south fork of the south branch of the Chicago River. At present there is a gravity flow of lake water ordinarily of about 40,000 cubic feet per minute. Pumps...
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Good Roads Magazine, Volume 8

Roads - 1907
...labor required for the complete construction of the superstructure of a draw bridge over the west arm of the south fork of the south branch of the Chicago river at South Ashland Ave. Also on the same date and place for the construction of the substructure of this...
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Report of the Lake Michigan Water Commission

Lake Michigan Water Commission - 1909
...The water to be treated is a dilute sewage from the feeder that has been built from Lake Michigan to the south fork of the south branch of the Chicago River at 39th Street. Lake Michigan water is pumped from the Lake through a tunnel running under 39th Street...
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Annual Report

Chicago (Ill.). Dept. of Public Works - 1911
...the superstructure of this bridge were also prepared. The plans for a single leaf bascule bridge over the South Fork of the South Branch of the Chicago River at Thirty-fifth street were modified and completed. This bridge will be very similar to the bridges erected...
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United States of America, Complainant, ... . Respondent, Volume 1

United States. District Court. Illinois (Northern District). - 1914
...was completed on Thirty-ninth street, through which the diluted sewage from this area now passes to the south fork of the south branch of the Chicago River. At present there is a gravity flow of lake water ordinarily of about 40,000 cubic feet per minute. Pumps...
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Laws

Illinois - Law - 1921
...of the State of Illinois $ 55,000.00 For repair of dock, being State property situated on the west bank of the south fork of the south branch of the Chicago River south of and adjoining Fuller Street $ 50,000.00 For raising bridge over the Illinois and Michigan...
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Report of the Chief of Engineers U.S. Army

United States. Army. Corps of Engineers - 1907
...and map of location were approved March 18, 1907. It ridge of the city of Chicago over the West Arm of the South Fork of the South Branch of the Chicago River at Ashland avenue, Chicago, III. — Plans and map of location were approved March 20, 1907. ' ^Bridge...
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