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This collection consists of the records of the Water Committtee during its consideration in 1845 of Spot Pond as a source of pure water for the City of Boston. In addition to motions and minutes, it contains correspondence about measuring the water at Spot Pond, citizen resolutions in favor of the introduction of pure water, and petitions in support of the Spot Pond Aqueduct Project.
Proceedings before a joint special committee of the Massachusetts Legislature upon the petition of the City of Boston for leave to introduce a supply of pure water into that city, from Long Pond, 1845
Includes copies of annual reports of the Cochituate Water Board for 1869-1870 and the Boston Water Board for 1879 and 1892-1893; reports of the Cochituate Water Board from 1851 and 1874; History of the Introduction of Pure Water into the City of Boston…, 1868; History of the Boston Water-Works from 1868-1876, 1876; and Short Description of the Boston Water-Works, 1895. Annual reports and other documents can be found in the City Documents series.