1906 · South Norwalk, Connecticut
1st annual report: 1893: 19 pages plus wrapper and letter noting "Our people as a unit are firm believers in municipal ownership and we are in a condition to speak from a most successful experience, as you will note by glancing over our reports." 2nd: 1894: 23 pages. 3rd: 1895: 23 pages. 4th: 1896: 24 pages. 5th: 1897: 24 pages. 6th: 1898: 26 pages (with the list of alarm boxes on rear cover). 7th: missing. 8th: 1900: 24,  pages. 9th: 1901: 23 pages. 10th: 1903: 30 pages. 11th: 1904: 32 pages. 12th: 1905: 28 pages. 13th: 1906: 32 pages. Cloth. A nice, early set of reporting concerning how electric light was deployed in a municipality. Reports include the details of operating expenses, including personnel, plant statistics, and occasional images of the physical plant. One can also track the locations of fire alarm boxes, a neat feature.
Scarce, with OCLC showing only one copy at the Huntington (HUV). (Inventory #: 22794)