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Charles T. Aldrich .
Providence. Fletcher Manuf. Co. . Providence.
Pawtucket. Dyerville Manuf. Co.
Providence. Interlaken Mills
Providence. Albion Mills.
Providence. Quinebaug Co.
Providence. Dempsey Bleachery
Pawtucket. Dempsey Bleachery
Pawtucket. Bernon Manuf. Co.
Georgiaville. Berkeley Co.
Providence. Forestdale Manuf. Co. Forestdale.
Providence. Lonsdale Co.
Ashton. Manville Co.
Manville. Hamlet Mills
Woonsocket. B. B. & R. Knight's Mill Pontiac. Harris Manuf. Co.
Providence. Slatersville Mill
Providence. W. H. Pope's Cotton Mill Enfield. Centreville Cotton Mill . Centreville. Social Manuf. Co.
Providence. Globe Mill
Providence. Stafford Manuf. Co.
Providence. Manville Co.
Manville. Valley Falls Co.
Valley Falls. Ponemah Mills .
Providence. Clinton Manuf. Co.
Woonsocket. Globe Mill
Woonsocket. Mills of B. B. & R. Knight. Providence. Warren Manuf. Co. .
A. Tenny White . William Whittam, Jr. . A. S Winslow
Manville. Westerly. Crompton.
Joseph D. Aiken H. C. Atwood James A. Atwood E. S. Boss. W. R. Burnham . Chauncey C. Chase . J. Andrew Cumstock John Eccles C. S. Frisbie A. J. Gardiner George W. Holt, Jr. W. S. Hume William C. Jillson Walter B. Knight Frank M. Messenger Elmer E. Page Moses Pierce. John Scott. Robert R. Smith . James 0. Sweet E. B. Wilbur Alvin Woodman .
Ponemah Mills .
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CALL FOR MEETING.
New ENGLAND COTTON MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION,
BOSTON, April 1, 1893.
DEAR SIR :
The stated annual meeting of the Association will be held at the MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Boylston Street, Boston,
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1893, at ten o'clock A.M.,
for the choice of officers for the ensuing year, and the transaction of other appropriate business.
Upon the conclusion of the business of the meeting the following topics will be taken up for discussion; and the Board of Government takes pleasure in announcing, with each, the names of members who have consented to introduce them.
1. What is the best economy obtained from steam engines in cotton mills, with actual examples, and under varying conditions ?
Mr. CHARLES H. MANNING, Manchester, N. H.
2. Moistening the air in cotton mills.
Mr. NATHANIEL B. KERR, New Bedford, Mass.
3. How may we establish a unit, or standard of comparison, of the power required to drive a full system of machinery for the manufacture of cotton cloth ?
Mr. F. M. MESSENGER, North Grosvenor Dale, Mass.
Recent developments in the electric transmission of power.
Mr. C. J. H. WOODBURY, Lynn, Mass.