Issue 16 and Volume 66.

NEW ENGLAND WATER WORKS The Members of the New England Water Works Association Meet at the Hotel Brunswick—Two Interesting and Important Papers, With Lively Discussion—The Nominations for Officers for the Ensuing Year (Special Report by the Representative of FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING) THE November meeting of the New England Water Works Association was held at Boston, Mass., on Wednesday, November 12, 1919. The executive committee met in the headquarters of the association at 715 Tremont Temple, at 11 o’clock a. m. At 1 p. m., luncheon was served at the Hotel Brunswick, Copley Square, ninety-two covers being laid. After the luncheon, the president, Samuel E. Killam, called the meeting to order, and the secretary, Willard Kent, read the names of the following candidates for membership, who, he announced, had been passed upon by the executive committee and were eligible for election: George A. Adams. Supt. Water Works, Needham, Mass. Geortre…

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