2 edition of City of New York Aqueduct Commission found in the catalog.
City of New York Aqueduct Commission
New York (N.Y.) Aqueduct Commission.
|Other titles||Two reports on researches concerning the design and construction of high masonry dams in view of the proposed building of Quaker Bridge Dam|
|Statement||by B. S. Church and A. Fteley.|
|Contributions||Church, Benjamin Silliman, 1836-, Fteley, A. 1839-1903.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p.,  leaves :|
|Number of Pages||48|
New York City has an extremely complex water system, one that has often pushed the limits of American technology. This volume details the technical, social architectural and artistic aspects of the New York City water system since Dutch colonial days, The book is extremely well written discussing not only the systems put into place but also the social and political background that lead to the › Books › Engineering & Transportation › Engineering. The City Planning Commission made public yesterday a proposed capital outlay budget of $,,, of which $,, would be subject to the city's constitutional debt ://
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For most of the last two decades, the Rondout-West Branch tunnel 45 miles long, feet wide, up to 1, feet below ground and responsible for ferrying half of New York City’s water supply the need of more water; considering the plans for a new aqueduct. the commission and the mayor listening to the suggestions of citizensand city ://
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City of New York Aqueduct Commission reports on the new Croton Aqueduct Responsibility: by the president, James C. Spencer, containing reports of the secretary, John C. Sheehan, and of the chief engineer, Benjamin S. Church, giving a review of the work to January first, City of New York Aqueduct Commission book.including the plans and work of construction of the by the president, John F.
Cowan, containing reports of the secretary, Harry W. Walker, and of the chief engineer, Walter H. Sears, giving a review of the work of the Aqueduct Commission from January first, A.D.to January first, A.D. including plans and the work of construction of the new Croton aqueduct, proposed dams and by the president, James C.
Duane, containing reports of the secretary, Edward L. Allen, and of the chief engineer, Alphonse Fteley, giving a review of the work of the Aqueduct commission from January first, A.D.to January first, A.D.including plans and the work of construction of the new Croton aqueduct, proposed dams and City of New York Aqueduct Commission: two reports on researches concerning the design and construction of high masonry dams in view of the proposed building of Quaker Bridge Dam / By New York (N.Y.) Aqueduct Commission., A.
(Alphonse) Fteley and Benjamin Silliman :// COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus Source note: Report to the aqueduct commisioners.
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"Giving a review of the work of the Aqueduct Commission to January first, A.D. including the plans and work of construction of the new Croton aqueduct to that date, and the proposed dams and reservoirs and other appurtenances of the same, made in accordance with the resolutions of the Aqueduct commissioners, January 1, " Chicago/Turabian Format.
Lionel Pincus and Princess Firyal Map Division, The New York Public Library. "Map of the watershed of the Croton River: from the Aqueduct commission map of the route of the New Croton Aqueduct, present Aqueduct and Bronx River pipe line, also the watersheds of the Croton, Bronx, and Byram Rivers, " New York Public Library Digital :// Additional title: Aqueduct Commission map of the route of the new Croton Aqueduct, present aqueduct and Bronx River pipe line also the watersheds of the Croton, Bronx and Byram rivers Names New York (N.Y.).
Aqueduct Commission (Publisher) Church, B. (Benjamin Silliman), (Engineer) Cook, Frederick S (Draftsman) Welcke, Robert A THE NEW YORK CITY water system is, by every measure, an engineering marvel.
Delivering about a billion gallons of water each day to more than nine million people, it is a complex network of reservoirs stretching out over a vast upstate region and connected by a web of subterranean aqueducts that rival those of the ancient Romans.
The system, so CITY OF NEW YORK-OFFICE OF THE MAYOR, I Febru Mr. EDWARD L. ALLEN, Secretary of Aqueduct Board, New York: DEAR SIR-The Mayor directs me to notify you that on tl•e 13th instant Francis M.
Scott resigned as an Aqueduct Commissioner, and that on the 14th instant George Walton Green was appointed in his place and stead, and The Aqueduct Commissioners yesterday dispatched important letters to Corporation Counsel Clark and Commissioner Gilroy relative to the proper status of certain men now employed on the new :// One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.
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Aqueduct Commission (Publisher) Newton, Isaac, (Engineer) Title: ï¿½ï¿½Find Book / The Catskill Aqueduct and Earlier Water Supplies of the City of New York, Created Date: Z The New York Times Archives.
It was declared that the result of the Investigation -- the reorganization of the Aqueduct Commission -- would save to the city of New-York.
Above: The Croton Reservoir inin what would soon become Central Park. (PODCAST One of the great challenges faced by a growing, 19th-century New York City was the need for a viable, clean water supply.
We take water for granted today. But before the s, citizens relied on cisterns to collect rainwater, a series of city wells drilled down to bubbling, underground springs, and, of Excerpt from City of New York Additional Water Supply Catskill Aqueduct: Inauguration of Construction Near Peekskill, N.
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