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Image from page 262 of “Practical steam and hot water heating and ventilation” (1908)
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Title: Practical steam and hot water heating and ventilation
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: King, Alfred G. (Alfred Grant), b. 1866
Subjects: Steam-heating Hot-water heating Ventilation
Publisher: New York : N. W. Henley Pub. Co.
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ermometer. screwed in order to insure that the reading on the instrumentscale will be accurate. The bulb is protected by a section of thinbrass pipe as shown. The movement or velocity of air through ducts or openingsmay be readily determined by the anemometer, or air meter, asshown by Fig. 238. The indications are obtained by the revo-lution of a series of fans, acting first on a long hand, capableof recording the low velocity of fifty feet per minute on a largedial divided to 100 feet, and then successively by a train ofwheels on the indices of five smaller dials, each divided into tenparts, and recording respectively 1,000, 10,000, 100,000 and MECHANICAL VENTILATION 259 10,000,000 feet or l,89i miles, an amount found to be more thanadequate to the most protracted observations. A disconnection isprovided on the rim of the instrument, whicli sets the recordinghands in or out of gear without influencing the uniform rotationof the fans. The velocity recorded by the anemometer multiplied

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239.—Wet-bulb hygroiinter by the area of the air pipe or orifice through which the air ismoving will give the total volume of air passing. An instrument for noting the percentage of saturation of theair (humidity) is called a Hygrometer and is illustrated by Fig. 260 PRACTICAL HEATING AND VENTILATION S39. Various forms of this instrument have been devised; thatshown by the illustration is a standard type. The atmosphere surrounding us is seldom dry or completelysaturated with moisture and the amount of aqueous vapor held insuspension is very changeable. This fact bears an importantpart when considering the hygienic qualities of the atmosphere.As we have already noted, a certain amount of moisture in theair is essential to good health and the importance of maintainingthe proper proportion of moisture in the atmosphere within ourhomes and public buildings we have commented upon in a formerchapter of this book. Particularly is this true in hospitals orin the sick chamber. In speaking o

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Image from page 329 of “The story of Verona” (1907)
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Title: The story of Verona
Year: 1907 (1900s)
Authors: Wiel, Alethea, b. 1851
Subjects: Verona (Italy) — History Verona (Italy) — Description and travel
Publisher: London : J. M. Dent
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r INDEX acqua morta, 230. Adalbert, 48. Adelaide of Burgundy, 48. Adelchi, 44. Adige, I, 8, 10, 14, 17 et seq., 57, 94, 209, 229, 230, 257.Adrian I., Pope, 44.jEmilian Wav, 9.Agatha, St, 156.Acilulf, Duke of Turin, 17. AlARIC, II. Alboin, 16, 175. Aleardi, Aleardo, 134, 255. Alexander III., Pope, 54. IV., Pope, 60. Alfonso of Aragon, 139.Alighieri Chapel, 207. Dante, see Dante. Francesco, 208. Alps, 229.Alsuinda, 17. Altichiero, 135, 136, 166, 187.Ambrose, St, 13.Amedeus of Savoy, 40, 123.Ampere, Voyage Dantesqt4e, 130.Amphitheatre, see Arena.Andrea del Sarto, 210.Annone, St, 156. Anolino, 28.Apennines, 229.Aquileja, 8, II, 13. Patriarch of, 13. Akche degli Scaligkki, 198.Arco de Gavi, 41, 127, 165, 208. de Leoni, 200. ArCOI.E, I20. Arena, 3, g, 23 et seq., 263, 295, 298.Armanni, Vincenzo, 226.Arrivabene, 74. AsmBURNHAM LlBRAKV, 133.AttILA, 12. Augustolo, 14(7 Altari, King of the Lombards, 17.AvALos, Inigo d, 139.Avanzo, Jacopo d, 135, 136.Avogadri, family, 54.Azzo, Giovanni d, 101. B

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Seattle Bicycle Club outing, Seattle, 1947
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Description: Bicycles have been popular in the Seattle area since their introduction in the 1890s. The region’s many cycling groups regularly sponsor outings along roads and bicycle trails. In this photo, taken in 1947, members of the Seattle Bicycle Club cycle along an unidentified Seattle road.

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