Telephones and telegraphs, 1902 / Department of Commerce and Labor, Bureau of the Census.
|Corporate Author:||United States.|
|Related Names:||Mayer, William, jr. , Abbott, Arthur Vaughan 1854-, Steuart, William Mott 1861-, Martin, Thomas Cummerford 1856-1924.|
Washington, D.C. : G.P.O., 1906.
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"This is the last of a series of reports on the generation and utilization of electric current. Former reports relate to street and electric railways and central electric light and power plants. The statistics for the telephone and telegraph systems were published on December 15, 1904, as Bulletin 17 of the Bureau of the Census, and those for municipal electric fire alarm and patrol systems on May 31, 1904, as Bulletin 11"--p. (xi).
"The statistics cover the calendar year ending December 31, 1902, and were collected and compiled under the supervision of Mr. W. M. Steuart, chief statistician for manufacturers. The text has been prepared by Mr. Thomas Commerford Martin, of New York City, expert special agent, with the cooperation and criticism of Mr. A. V. Abbott, as to the telephone portion, and Mr. W. Mayer, jr., as to the telegraph portion"--p. (xi).
At head of title: S. N. D. North, Director.
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