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Electrical Distribution of Power in Pulp and Paper Mills
A. R. Bush (au)
Reprint of a document issued by the General Electric Company, Schenectady, NY, in 1901. For approximately seven years up to this point, there was an ever increasing number of instances of power distribution by electrical methods in almost all classes of factories, including cotton mills, woolen mills, thread, twine, duck and burlap mills, and print works and machine shops. This booklet provides a history of the distribution of electrical power in pulp and paper mills, mainly in New England, and includes many interesting historical photographs and diagrams.
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