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INDEXES TO VOL. 24, JANUARY-JUNE, 1919

Subjects

Authors

iii

pp. 1- 84

66

85-168
"169-268

xiii

N. B. The following page numbers of each issue of the Stone &
Webster Journal in this volume are given for convenience in referring to
unbound copies:

Illustrations
Library Notes

Jan.

Feb.

March

pp. 269-356..

66

357-440.

441-520.

66

April

May

June

SUBJECT INDEX

(Ed.) = editorial; (r) = review; (W. B.) = War Bulletin; * = illus-
trated. The page scope is given for articles extending over more than two
pages. Names of authors are enclosed in parentheses.

ACCESSIONS to the library of Stone & Webster, 80, 164, 263, 352, 437,

516

Adams, Charles H., transferred to El Paso office, 496
Air raid described, 233

Architecture, American (J. F. Taist), 393-401
Armistice, letters from soldiers concerning, 67-68, 70
Army, see War

Arnold, George L., transferred to Houghton office, 329
Arthur, Leslie W., transferred to Pittsburg office, 137, 229
Artillery service: Experiences of an American artillery officer (David
Beale), *91-103; Letter from Lieutenant H. F. Neill, 238-241
Associations, see Blackstone Valley Gas & Electric Companies' Em-

ployees' Association, Boxing Club, Bowling Teams, High Tension
Club, L. & T. Club, Tampa Electric Benefit Association, Tennis,
Yankeyettes

At the tip of the world (A. A. Northrop), 455-462

Avery, Sergeant Walter W., service with hospital organization, 232-238

BANQUETS, see Entertainments

Barnes, Donald C., appointed manager of Seattle Division, Puget
Sound Traction Light & Power Company, 422, 507; outline of
career, 507

Baton Rouge, La.: business conditions, 49, 125, 211, 313, 410, 485;
office news, 59, 137, 222, 325, 423, 494

Beale, David, service with Field Artillery, 91-103

Beaumont, Texas: business conditions, 211, 410, 485; office news, 137,

223, 423, 494

Bellingham, Wash.: business conditions, 49, 125, 212, 313, 411, 485;

office news, 138, 325, 424, 495; war news, 145, 336
Berry, William, operating steam railroad in France, 336

Birt well, Edwin E. S., married, 494

Bleecker, John S., attached to New Orleans Railway and Light Com-

pany, 224

Bolshevism: fallacies considered (C. W. Kellogg), 189-193; From
Socialism to Bolshevism (ed.), 269-275; Men who made the world
(ed.), 357-364

Blackstone Valley Gas & Electric Companies Employees' Association,
66, 142, 331, 508

Books, see Accessions; Library Notes Index

Boston, Mass.: office news, 59, 136, 224, 324, 422, 494; reorganization
order, list of managers and assistants, 324

Bowling: Houghton team, 61; Woonsocket tournament and banquet,
331, 509

Boyle, John F., transferred to Baton Rouge office, 137

Brockett, Captain Norwood W., married, 148; serving with Field
Artillery in France, 148

Brockton, Mass.: business conditions, 49, 314

Burdening the needy (ed.), 448

Burg, T. H., death notice, 138

Burr, Carleton, memoir, 422

Business: The patient died (ed.), 89; The future of industry (F. J.
Whiting), 474-484

Business conditions in Stone & Webster localities, 49, 125, 211, 313,
410, 485

CALBREATH, L. B., resigned from Keokuk office, 63

Cans: A little journey to factory of Carnation Milk Products Company
(H. G. Stibbs), *33-37

Cape Breton, see Sydney

Capital: Getting back to normal (F. J. Whiting), 44-48; nature of
capital (C. W. Kellogg), 190; The part of capital and management
in industry (monthly letter of National City Bank, New York
City), 289-292

Carnation Milk Products Company can factory (H. G. Stibbs), *33-37
Cars, light weight (H. G. Bradlee), 7-15

Chile: At the tip of the world (A. A. Northrop), 455-462

China: Reform methods in the thirteenth century (ed.), 169

Cincere, Henry P., transferred to Tampa office, 231

Clarke, E. C., resigned from Tacoma office, 65

Clear Lake Lumber Company mill with electric drive opened, 495
Clubs, see Associations

Columbus, Ga.: business conditions, 126, 212, 314, 412, 486; office news,
59, 224; war news, 71

Companies, News from the, 59, 136, 222, 324, 422, 494

Condenser at Stoughton substation, Static (W. A. Forbush), *195-199
Conditions which preclude efficiency and economy in governmental
operation of public utilities (F. B. De Berard), 113-124
Conkey, Clarence E., transferred to Woonsocket office, 331

Connecticut Valley Lumber Company: Fact and fable in the life of
the northern woodsmen (M. J. Curl), *200-210; news, 229
Consumer's consent (ed.), 275

Coupons and dividends due, 73, 158, 257, 346, 431, 510

Crookes, Sir William (ed.), 357

Crosbie, C. T. W., resigned from Woonsocket office, 66

DALLAS CITY, ILL.: business conditions, 314, 412
Davis, E. J., transferred to Fort Worth office, 327
Davis, Wilbur E., married, 503

Decorations bestowed on Lieutenant E. E. McDowell, 67
Democracy safe for the world, On making (ed.), 441-448

Des Forges, Edward, death notice, 141

Dinners, see Entertainments

Dividends due, 73, 158, 257, 346, 431, 510

Driscoll, Sergeant Walter M., service with hospital organization, 241
Duenweg, Lieutenant Paul S., service with Aviation Service, 140

ECONOMIC demand a factor in getting back to normal business con-

ditions (F. J. Whiting), 44-48

Edison Electric Illuminating Company of Brockton, The: Static con-
denser installation at the Stoughton sub-station (W. A. Forbush),
*195-199

Eight hours for what you will (ed.), 1

Electric lighting, The results of municipal (E. E. Lincoln) (r), 104-112
Electric power: Static condenser installation at the Stoughton sub-

station of the Brockton Edison Company (W. A. Forbush), *195-
199; Clear Lake Lumber Company mill with electric drive opened,

495

El Paso, Texas: business conditions, 50, 126, 213, 315, 412, 487; office

news, 60, 138, 224, 326, 425, 497; war news, 245
Emery, L. W., transferred to Beaumont office, 223, 327
Engineer officer behind the lines in France (D. R. Cooper), *277-288
Entertainments: turkey shoot at Keokuk, 62; picnic of Key West

office at Boca Chica, 63; dance at El Paso, 139; minstrel show at
Woonsocket, 142; oyster dinner to Messrs. Van Vliet and
Schoonover at Galveston, 225; dinner to W. H. Blood at Keokuk,
226; dance of High Tension Club at Keokuk, 227; oyster supper
for L. W. Emery at Galveston, 327; K. K. K. Mardigras carnival
at Galveston, 328; dance of Eastern Texas Electric Company
employees, 424; dinner to American Institute of Electrical Engi-
neers, 428; Woonsocket employees at Pawtucket barn dance, 508
Eustis, Lawrence E., transferred to Boston, 59

Everett, Wash.: business conditions, 50, 126, 213, 315, 413, 487

FALKLAND ISLANDS: At the tip of the world (A. A. Northrop), 455-

462

Fall River, Mass.: business conditions, 51, 126, 213, 315, 413, 487

Fares: service at cost (L. R. Nash), 372-387; relief from insufficient
fares expected through Federal Electric Railways Commission,
450-454

Fitz, E. S., transferred to Houghton office, 329

Florida, see Key West, Pensacola, Tampa

Fontaine, E. R., transferred to El Paso office, 225

Forbush, Second Lieutenant Robert L., died in France, 337

Fort Madison, Iowa: business conditions, 51, 127, 214, 315, 413, 487;

office news, 326, 497

Fort Worth, Texas: business conditions, 51, 128, 214, 316, 414, 487;

office news, 61, 225, 327, 426, 497; war news, 71
Franchises, Service-at-cost (ed.), 4, (L. R. Nash), 372-387
Frogs constructed with the help of an oxygen-acetylene cutting and
welding outfit (M. C. Smith), *402

GALVESTON, TEXAS: business conditions, 52, 128, 215, 317, 414, 488;
office news, 139, 225, 327, 426

Garden, The home (J. T. Garvin), 311-312

Gas: A new method of gas pressure control (M. D. Dexter), *41-43;

The operation and chemical control of water gas sets in small
plants (H. Vittinghof), *16-27

Gas defense (Major O. E. Stevens), *365-372

Geisler, Hugo P., married, 59; transferred to Paducah office, 222, 228
Georgia, see Columbus, Savannah

Giard, Minnie, married, 142

Gibbony, A. G., resigned from Fort Madison Electric Company, 497
Golden, Joseph, death notice, 141

Gonzalez, Leo, resigned from Tampa Electric Company, 330
Government control: Prohibition and public utilities (ed.), 85-89; The

results of municipal electric lighting (E. E. Lincoln) (r) 104-112;
Conditions which preclude efficiency and economy in govern-
mental operation of public utilities (F. B. De Berard), 113-124
Government secondary to industry in the well-being of the state (ed.),

441-448

Gurry, A. W., attached to Hurley Machine Company, Chicago, 226

HAMMETT, MARY E., married, 138

Hanlon, Thomas J., Jr., appointed local manager of Tampa Electric
Company, 330, 504

Harley, J. M., transferred to Woonsocket office, 509

Hatch, Prentice M., attached to New York office, 325

Hartford (Conn.) Electric Light Company power house contracted for

by Stone & Webster, 422

Haverhill, Mass.: business conditions, 53, 129, 216, 318, 415, 489;

office news, 139, 328, 497; war news, 336

Hawkes, Willis E., attached to United Fruit Company, 504
Hefner, H. J., service with Signal Corps, 147
Henderson, D. W., in Seattle municipal service, 430

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