The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Lüttringhausen
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LÜTTRINGHAUSEN, lůt'rĭng-hou'zĕn, Germany, town in the government district Düsseldorf, on the Barmen-Rittershausen-Marienheide State Railway and five miles from Elberfeld. It is really a group of settlements numbering no less than 110, having municipal rights since 1856. There are large gas and water meter, gas oven, bathing apparatus, boiler, hardware factories, etc. Its population in 1910 was 13,560, mostly Evangelical.