National Meter Company.

Issue 21 and Volume 1893 14.

National Meter Company. The accompanying illustration represents the exhibit of the National Meter Company at the World’s Fair, which is conceded by all who saw it to be the most extensive and comprehensive display of water meters ever made. Their location was in section Q, block I of Manufactures building, where they occupied a space 20×10 feet, fronting on two aisles. The arrangements and decorations of the display were neat and attractive and included a large picture of the company’s factory and of President John C. Kelley. The exhibit comprised a complete line of all sizes of the various patterns of meters made by the company, from a three-eighth inch Crown to a ten-inch (Jem, and the methods employed for demonstrating their efficiency were most satisfactory. In the centre of the space, as shown in the view, was an elaborate brass meter display tank, to which were secured a line…

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