The New York Convention

Issue 18 and Volume 75.

The New York Convention For the fourth time since its formation the American Water Works Association is to meet in New York City for its annual convention. There are many advantages in the convention city this year. For one thing it will give water works men and their families throughout the country an unusual opportunity to visit the metropolis under reduced fare conditions and at a time when the city is at its best as far as the weather is concerned. Besides a chance to see the wonders of America’s greatest city there are also to be the added incentives to the members to view at close range the recent great development in New York’s water supply project—the Catskill system. All of this will no doubt work toward a large attendance from all parts of the country. The previous conventions held in New York City were in 1892, 1901 and…

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