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Electric railway practices in 1923-

Published 1924 by The Association in New York .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Editor: 1923- Henry H. Norris.

In December 1922 the General electric company established the Charles A. Coffin foundation, the income available for rewarding service in the electrical field, for research work, etc. The company invited the American electric railway associaton to assist in carrying out its plans and the association accordingly, early in 1923, appointed the Charles A. Coffin prize committee. The present publications are a digest of the briefs submitted by the various companies competing for the prize, published under the auspices of the American electric railway association and financed by the Charles A. Coffin foundation. The award of 1923 was made to the Chicago, North Shore and Milwaukee railroad company; 1924, to the Northern Texas traction company; 1925, to the Pittsburgh railways company; 1926, Pennsylvania-Ohio electric company; 1927, Grand Rapids railway company; 1928, Virginia electric & power company; 1929, Chicago, South Shore and South Bend railroad.

Classifications

Library of Congress
TF701 .A635

The Physical Object

Pagination
v. :

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL17859049M
Internet Archive
electricrailwayp1924amer
LC Control Number
24030427

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