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Census of electrical industries [1917-]1927. Telegraphs.

Corporate Author: United States.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, U.S. Govt. print. off., 1919-30.
Subjects: Police > United States.
Fire alarms > United States.
Telegraph > United States > Statistics.
Note: 1917 has full title: Census of electrical industries: 1917. Telegraphs and municipal electric fire-alarm and police-patrol signaling systems.
1922 in two issues with signature numbers as follows: 99478-24 and 47480-25, respectively.
Statistics for 1932 are found in Census of electrical industries, 1932. Telephones and telegraghs.
The statistics for 1902 (issued as Bulletin 17 and also as "Special reports") and those for 1912 (issued as Bulletin 123) have title, Telephones, and telegraphs: 1902 [1912] respectively. 1907 has title, Telegraph systems: 1907.
At head of title, 1917: Department of commerce. Bureau of the census...--1922, Department of commerce...Bureau of the census...--1927, U.S. Department of commerce...Bureau of the census..
Physical Description: 2 v. tables, forms. 25-30 cm. quinquennial.
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