Author:William Paul Gerhard

William Paul Gerhard
(1854–1927)
United States sanitary engineer

WorksEdit

  • Hints on the drainage and sewerage of dwellings, 1884 external scan
  • A guide to sanitary house-inspection, or, Hints and helps regarding the choice of a healthful home in city or country, 1885 external scan
  • Recent practice in the sanitary drainage of buildings, 1890 external scan
  • Cottages; or, Hints on economical building, containing twenty-four plates of medium and low cost houses, contributed by different New York architects. With Arnold William Brunner, 1857-1925; (1890) external scan
  • Theatre fires and panics: their causes and prevention, 1896 external scan
  • Sanitary engineering, 1898 external scan
  • Sanitary engineering of buildings, 1899 external scan
  • Theatres; their safety from fire and panic, their comfort and healthfulness, 1900 external scan
  • The disposal of household wastes, 1904 external scan
  • Gas-lighting and gas-fitting: a pocket book for gas companies, gas engineers and sanitary inspectors, 1904 external scan
  • The superintendence of piping installations in buildings, sanitary, hydraulic, and gas, 1907 external scan
  • Sanitation of public buildings, 1907 external scan
  • The American practice of gas piping and gas lighting in buildings, 1908 external scan
  • Modern baths and bath houses, 1908 external scan
  • Guide to sanitary inspections, 1909 external scan
  • The water supply, sewerage and plumbing of modern city buildings, 1910 external scan
  • Sanitation and sanitary engineering, 1909 external scan
  • What farmers can do to assist in the campaign against flies and mosquitoes, 1911 external scan
  • The sanitation of bath houses, 1922 external scan

Articles in Popular Science MonthlyEdit


 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1926.


The author died in 1927, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.