Socrates Starynkiewicz and the Lindleys in Warsaw
"Acting temporary replacement..."" - Socrates Starynkiewicz in Warsaw" was another meeting organized by the Warsaw Public Library in the series of annual session of Warsaw historians. Publication of the book contains articles written by two members of "Societas Lindleiana " - T. Frączczak and R.Żelichowski.
Finnish journalist on Lindleys in Warsaw
On Monday 13 September Katriina visited Water Supply Company. She writes for monthly "Vesitalous" dealing with water issues
Album "125 years of Warsaw water supply 1886 - 2011"
“Oh Warsaw!... soon therefore will your dreams come true. Several years from now you will be drinking pure water and will have got rid of the waste from which you catch typhoid fever, ague and diphtheria,” reported “Tygodnik Ilustrowany” in 1880. And so it happened. Six years later the Filter Station in Koszyki started operating and the first sections of sewers were ready. The construction was managed by the best specialist in the field, engineer William H. Lindley. FromIntroduction of Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, the mayor of the City of Warsaw