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1940-41-'42-'43-'44 and '45
Were Years for War Power. 1946— POWER for Peace and Industry WWVXVTttttvimnmm..._____________ V T__U0 000 Vote. These are the receW 0,1 Circuit Brea * ^ PoweI Lines. ing installations iorlncom 9 This Picture Shows 4 of The Three Phase Three Winding 7500 KVA Power Transformers. Located At Our Eagle Island Sub Station Here Incoming Volt age Is Stepped Down From 110,000 Volts to 33,000 volts to 11,000. For the past five years most of our energy has gone Into the production of things to make war—Now that the years of destruction are over, we at Tide Water Power company are ready to assist in the greater program of building for peace. Building A Greater Wilmington and Eastern Carolina is an aim we hold worthy of mutual cooperation. To the furtherance of expansion among the many communities comprls* ing Eastern North Carolina, we have prepared and distributed a brochure "THIS IS IT” as illustrated at left. We confidently believe in the future growth of the entire Eastern Caro lina area and are fully prepared to meet the electrical power requirements of both large and small consumers. We enlist your suggestions and cooperation in a forward movement that will advance this section to its justified place. Tide Water Power Co.