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SURVEY OF MISSISSIPPI RIVER BETWEEN MISSOURI RIVER AND MINNEAPOLIS: Letter from the Secretary of War Transmitting Report from the Chief of Engineers on Survey of Mississippi River between Missouri River and Minneapolis,  with a View to Securing a Channel Depth of 9 Feet at Low Water, with Suitable Widths. In Two Parts; Part 2 -- Drawings, Chief of Engineers, US Army Corps of Engineers
1 SURVEY OF MISSISSIPPI RIVER BETWEEN MISSOURI RIVER AND MINNEAPOLIS: Letter from the Secretary of War Transmitting Report from the Chief of Engineers on Survey of Mississippi River between Missouri River and Minneapolis, with a View to Securing a Channel Depth of 9 Feet at Low Water, with Suitable Widths. In Two Parts; Part 2 -- Drawings
Chief of Engineers, US Army Corps of Engineers

U. S. Government Printing Office 1932, Very Good+; Map; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 87 maps (engineer's drawings) in a slipcase. Volume 27of the 72nd Congress; House Document No. 137. Drawings executed in 1930, report printed in 1932, showing topography and layout of dams on the upper Mississippi River. All maps present, clean, crisp and intact; some with slight yellowing on fold. Slipcase soiled, but solid; stamped with "U.S. Supt.of Documents". Drawings show topography, borings, dam layout, duration and rating curves. Including: Hastings Lock and Dam Vicinity; Dam No. 3, Red Wing; Dam No. 4, Alma; Dam No. 5, Fountain City; Dam No. 5A, Winona; Dam No. 6, Tempaleau; Dam No. 7, La Crosse; Dam No. 8, Genoa; Dam No. 9, Lynxville; Upper Mississippi River wild life and fish refuge, Lake Pepin to Davenport; Dam No. 10, Cassville; Dam No. 11 Spechts Ferry; Dam No. 12, Gordons Ferry; Dam No. 13, Sabula; Dam No. 14, Le Claire; Dam no. 15, Rock Island; Dam No. 16, Muscatine; Dam No. 17, New Boston; Dam No. 18, Burlington; Dam No. 19, Keokuk; Dam No. 20, Canton; Dam No. 21, Quincy; Dam No. 22, Hannibal; and Dam No. 23, Louisiana. 28170 
Price: 135.00 USD
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Edward Clinton Terry, Ph.B.:  Member of American Society of Civil Engineers, Pioneer in Hydraulic and Mechanical Engineering, Corbin, William H.
2 Edward Clinton Terry, Ph.B.: Member of American Society of Civil Engineers, Pioneer in Hydraulic and Mechanical Engineering
Corbin, William H.

Louise Terry 1981, Revised Edition. Very Good-; Softcover; Small 8vo 7" - 8" tall; 114 p in wraps. Cover rubbed, mild creasing; light shelfwear. Interior crisp, unmarked. History of Terry Steam Turbine Company in Connecticut. ; 10309 
Price: 18.37 USD
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3 Audels Answers on Practical Engineering for Engineers, Firemen, Machinists
Harris, Gideon

Theo. Audel & Co., Publishers 1946, Reprint. Good; Flexible cloth; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 1946 reprint of the 1915 original. 254 pp. bound in blue flexible cloth covers; illustrated with line drawings. Clean cover, solid binding; light fraying at spine ends. Minor creasing on flexible covers. Pages clean, bright, no names or markings. ; Audel's Answers Series 30640 
Price: 27.00 USD
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History of Niagara Steam Fire Engine Co. No. 1. [New London, Connecticut], Holloway, Charlotte Molyneux
4 History of Niagara Steam Fire Engine Co. No. 1. [New London, Connecticut]
Holloway, Charlotte Molyneux

Bingham Paper Box Co., Printers 1900, -. Very Good+; Hardcover; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; New London, CT; 95 pages, bound in dark brown cloth with gilt lettering; dark green-blue coated endpapers. 10 full page photos (mostly portraits of company officers), including frontispiece portrait of members of Niagara Engine Co. in 1900. Photo of Steamer Metropolitan (in use in 1900) and drawing of a Hand Engine. Very scarce, only one copy listed on worldcat. Well-preserved book, firmly bound. Clean cover, color slightly uneven, bright gilt; light wear extremities. Interior clean, unmarked. Blank flypages browned. Sub-titled: From Reorganization in 1850 to 1900; also The Sketch of the Organization from the beginning of the Fire Department in 1768, to its relinquishment of its name of Washington Engine Co., No. 1, for that of Niagara Engine Co. No. 1. Contents are quite interesting, including establishment of the Company, narratives of fire events, stories of comaraderie and mutual aid; squabbles and competition between fire companies; 50th anniversary celebration menu. Lists of note to researchers and genealogists: roster of Washington Engine Co.; roster of Niagara Engine Co. before 1850; officers, engineers and assistants; Members Who Enlisted in the Civil War; Active Members and Honorary Roll (1900); 25 page Record of Fires in New London Since 1850. Packaged with care and shipped in a box. 27842 
Price: 180.00 USD
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