Smithsonian Libraries
Lecture notes, taken by Charles Lane Parr. Vols. 1 and 2 labeled Electricity I and II, Vol. 5 labeled Light. Topics of Vol. 3 include the barometer, radiation, and capillarity ; those of Vol. 4 include the solar constant and selective absorption. With diagrams, tables, and charts. Vol. 1 dated 1888 Dec. on first page and 1888 Aug. on later page. Vol. 3 includes transcription of an Essay on atoms by Clifford
State Library of South Australia
Records of the Harbour Electricity Company Limited, consisting of minutes, articles of association, agreements, ledger, share issue books, time and wages book, statistics, meter reading book, stock taking book, correspondence, applications for supply of electric energy, documents relating to the generating unit, notes on the history of the company, newspaper cuttings and cassettes
State Library of Queensland
Letters of the Brisbane Electricity Supply Company
State Library of Queensland
Letters of the Brisbane Electricity Supply Company
State Library of Western Australia
Tenders for street lighting of Anzac Parade
Cornell University Libraries
Industrial hazards of static electricity / Harold Joe Davis. -- Statute with legal force for the foundation and organization of the Nikola Tesla Institute. 1939 -- Canby makes another rate reduction / Columbia River Power. 1941 -- Bonneville power: what it costs, how to get it. 1939 -- Handbook of description of specialized fields in electrical engineering. 1945 -- A review of the direct-current compound generator as used aboard ship / Henri A. de Bonneval. 1942 -- Roussaeu's electrical works. 1885 -- Facing the future. 1943
State Library of Queensland
Ten interviews regarding the history of the Queensland Electricity Commission and the industry
State Library of Queensland
Ten interviews regarding the history of the Queensland Electricity Commission and the industry
Christchurch City Libraries
In 1903 the Christchurch City Council opened an electricity plant powered by steam produced by the city's refuse destructor, with the formal opening of the electric light and power installation taking place on 31 July 1903. The city's Electricity Department moved to hydro-electric power, from Lake Coleridge, in 1914. In 1922 Christchurch (N.Z.). Electricity Dept. changed its name to Christchurch (N.Z.). Municipal Electricity Dept. In1989 it merged with the Central Canterbury Electric Power Board, Riccarton Electricity and the Port Hills Energy Authority and changed its name to Southpower (Firm). Southpower sold its electricity retail activities in 1998 retaining the distribution network. In December 1998 the company was renamed Orion New Zealand Limited
State Library of Queensland
Papers of the 5th conference, Electrical Supply Association of Australia