The New England Association Convention

Issue 9 and Volume 68.

The New England Association Convention The coming convention of the New England Water Works Association—the thirty-ninth—promises to be one of the most successful and important in every way that the association has ever held. The New England Water Works Association has had a rather unique history. Started in 1881, as a local organization designed to bring together the scattered water works men of the New England States and give them the benefit of their fellows’ experience and the advantages that conference and discussion bring with them, it has grown and expanded into a national organization whose influence is extended into all parts of this land and Canada and whose decisions in matters of water supply must he reckoned with. This is especially true from the fact that its acts are invariably tinged with the natural conservatism that is an inherent part of the New England character, and this has made…

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