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Andrae B. Nordskog Papers

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Correspondence, notes, news clippings, etc., related to Nordskog's water interests. Includes materials related to "water frauds" in the Owens Valley…

California Bureau of Sanitary Engineering Papers

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Files of the former Bureau of Sanitary Engineering of the California Dept. of Public Health, located in Berkeley, California (now known as the Dept.…

Charles Gilman Hyde Papers

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Reports and papers on various aspects of sewerage, sewage treatment, groundwater and surface water pollution from municipal and industrial wastes,…

Charles H. Lee Papers

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Report, correspondence, documents, maps, photographs, clippings, etc., pertaining to projects in hydraulics, sanitation, irrigation, municipal water…

Charles H. Lee Photograph Collection

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Collection of 3 x 5.5-in. black-and-white photographic prints taken by Charles H. Lee, covering a wide range of water resources development projects…

Hiram Newton Savage Papers

cuwr_savage_053-2.pdf

Reports, papers, maps and photographs covering early U.S. Reclamation Service projects and water resources development projects throughout San Diego…

James D. Schuyler Papers

cuwr_schu_029.pdf

The James Dix Schuyler collection consists of unpublished reports, correspondence, and other documents. The reports cover Schuyler's work as a…

John Debo Galloway Papers

cuwr_galloway_102.pdf

Correspondence, reports, photographs, and miscellaneous material, relating to various bridges, dams, water supply systems, and hydroelectric power…

Joseph Barlow Lippincott Papers

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Correspondence, reports, documents, news clippings, and several descriptive photograph albums, pertaining to projects on dams, reservoirs, aqueducts,…

Los Angeles Aqueduct (Cataloged Material)

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Select cataloged material pertaining to the Los Angeles Aqueduct that has been digitized from the Water Resources Collections and Archives.