By Mary A. Sego
Primary Creator: Ripley, Charles
Extent: 1.0 Folders. More info below.
Subjects: Purdue University--Alumni and alumnae
Forms of Material: Articles
Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research.
Preferred Citation: MSA 202, Charley Ripley papers, Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries
Ripley, C. M. (1914). Life of Building Power Plants. A paper that was to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers.
"The Power Problem: valuable, non-technical information," An address delivered June 3, 1915, at the Philadelphia Convention of the American Supply and Machinery Manufacturers Association by Charles Meigs Ripley.
Ripley, Charles Meigs (1916). Competition in Electricity, no. 7, How Many of Chicago's "Notable Buildings" Are Supplied With Electricity From Private Power Plants. A census of the list of "notable buildings" in the 1916 Chicago Daily News Almanac, buildings worth half a million dollars or less, are omitted for space reasons, pp. 617-619.
Ripley, Charles Meigs (1916). Competition in Power, no. 6, How Many of New York's Greatest Factories Are Supplied With Power From Private Power Plants. A census showing every factory in Manhattan Island, with 100 employees or more, and listed under the following industries. List taken from the Industrial Directory of New York, published by the New York State Department of Labor.
Ripley, Charles Meigs (1916). Competition in Electricity, no. 5, The "Block" Heating and Electric Plant, Evidence that Groups of Buildings under same or Different Ownership can obtain Heat and Electricity from one Privately Owned Central Utility Plant.
Ripley, Charles Meigs (1916). Competition in Electricity, no. 4, How Are New York's Prominent National Banks, Trust Companies, Colleges, Exchanges, Office Buildings, Museums and Art Galleries Supplied With Electricity?
Ripley, Charles Meigs (1916). Competition in Electricity, no. 3, How Are New York's Most Prominent Stores, Eating Places and Hospitals Supplied With Electricity, a Census.
Ripley, Charles Meigs (1916). Competition in Electricity, no. 2, How Are New York's Skyscrapers, Hotels, and Railway Stations Supplied With Electricity.
Ripley, Charles Meigs (1916). Engineering Monographs, no. 1, Where Central Station Electric Service Has Been Defeated In New York City and the Metropolitan District.