Liquid Assets

New York City engineers inspect the mortar lining inside the Catskill Aqueduct in Putnam County in 1923 (Photo courtesy New York City DEP) 

How water is brought to city

Diane Galusha will discuss her book, Liquid Assets: A History of New York City’s Water, at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 29, at the Butterfield Library in Cold Spring.

In her book, Galusha recounts the people, engineering and politics that connected reservoirs across the state to supply water to the city. Register for the event at

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