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1 Formal statements by personnel of the California Department of Water Resources, Department of Public Works (prior to July 5, 1956), and the Resources Agency. 1955-1966.

 

1-1 Andrew, Maurice B., Staff Hydro-Mechanical Engineer, DWR.

 

California's Activities in Saline Water Conversion.

Note

see G 4085 H9-3

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Southern California Section, American institute of Chemical Engineers. Los angeles, January 20, 1959.
 

1-2 Andrew, Maurice B., Supervisor, Applied Nuclear Engineering Unit, Dwr.

 

The Sea Water Conversion Plant Planned For San Diego, California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the American Society of Civil Engineers. ReNo, Nevada, June 22, 1960.
 

1-3 Andrew, Maurice B., Staff Hydro-Mechanical Engineer, Dwr.

 

Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Radiation Protection of the assembly interim Committee on Public Health. Sacramento, October 7, 1960. (Regarding the present State Radiation Protection Programs and State-Local Relations.)
 

1-4 Andrew, Maurice B., Supervisor, Applied Nuclear and Saline Water Conversion Unit, Dwr.

 

Sea Water Conversion today.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Shoreline Planning association, inc. Morro Bay, January 25, 1963.
 

1-5 Andrew, Maurice B., Chief, Nuclear Unit, Dwr.

 

Excavation For Water Conveyance With Nuclear Explosives, by J.W. Keysor, Chief, Engineering Branch, and M.B. Andrew, Chief, Nuclear Unity, Dwr.

Note

See 1-246

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Third Plowshare Symposium, University of California, Davis. Davis, April 21-23, 1964.
Filed by date under Keysor, J.W. in Appendix A.
 

1-6 Barsch, Ray E., Chief, Water Supply Forecasting Unit, SNow Surveys and Water Supply Forecasting Section, Dwr.

 

Why SNow Surveys Are Made.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the west-Wide SNow Survey Training Conference. Whitefish, Montana, January 9-14, 1966.
 

1-7 Banks, Harvey O., Acting State Engineer, Division of Water Resources, Dpw.

 

Views of The State of California... With Respect to Water Resources and Power, Report of The Commission on Organization of The Executive Branch of The Government (Hoover Commission) Which Was Transmitted to The Congress in June, 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Special Subcommittee on Water Resources and Power, House Committee on Government Operations. Los angeles, December 7 and 8, 1955.
 

Attached is a letter from Goodwin J. Knight, GoverNor, State of California, to Robert E. Jones, Chairman, Special Subcommittee on Water Resources and Power, House Committee on Government Operations. Sacramento, December 6, 1955.

 

1-8 Banks, H.O., State Engineer, Division of Water Resources, Dpw.

 

... Depletion and Recharge of Ground Water Basins in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the interim Committee on Water Problems. Santa ana, January 10, 1956.
 

1-9 Statement... on H.R. 8325, 8347, 8560, 9489, 9505 and S. 863 Entitled `Water Rights Settlement Act of 1956.'

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Committee on interior and insular Affairs, 84th Congress, 2D Session. Washington D.C., March 21, 1956.
 

1-10 Quality VS. Quantity in Meeting California'S Future Water Needs.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Statewide Conference on Water Quality, California State Chamber of Commerce. San Francisco, May 24, 1956.
 

1-11 Water and The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see G4084 H6-1

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water and Power Committee, Los angeles Chamber of Commerce. Los angeles, July 6, 1956.
 

1-12 Relationship of well Construction industry to California's Water Plans.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the annual Convention of associated Drilling Contractors. Horgs Resort, Lake County, September 15, 1956.
 

1-13 Water -- California's Challenge and Opportunity.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Commonwealth Club of California. San Francisco, October 5, 1956.
 

1-14 A Report on The California Water Plan.

Note

see G407 H5-8 No. 4

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the annual Forum of Agricultural Chemicals association. San Mateo, October 9, 1956.
 

1-15 Planning and Coordinated Effort-California's answer to Water Competition.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the 1956 Conference of the Governmental Research association. Rye, New York, October 16, 1956.
 

1-16 The Program of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see G451 H5-8 No.5

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Fall Conference of the California Section of the American Water Works association. San Diego, October 25, 1956.
 

1-17 The California Water Plan -- Public Reaction.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Natural Resources Section, California State Chamber of Commerce. San Francisco, November 30, 1956.
 

1-18 Legislative Action in 1957--A Must For California's Water Future.

Note

see G407 H5-8 No.6

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Convention of California Irrigation Districts association. San Jose, December 13, 1956.
 

1-19 Northern California's Stake in The California Water Plan.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Northern California Supervisors association. Redding, December 14, 1956.
 

1-20 Responsibility of Department of Water Resources For Planning For Recreational Development.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee of the assembly Committee on Conservatio, Planning, and Public Works. [N.p.] January 19, 1957.
 

1-21 Law, Money and Water -- California's Challenge.

Note

see G407 H5-8 No.7

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California beet Growers association. Los angeles, February 1, 1957.
 

1-22 California's Water Development Program.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce. Bakersfield, April 9, 1957.
 

1-23 Statement... Relative to A.C.A. 38 and A.C.A. 55...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly. [Sacramento], May 16, 1957.
 

1-24 Statement... Relative to S.C.A. 44; S.C.A. 1, as Amended May 22, 1957; A.C.A. 38, as Amended May 16, 1957; and A.C.A. 55, as Amended May 23, 1957...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Water Resources Committee. [N.p.] May 25, 1957.
 

1-25 Some Economic Problems Confronting California's Department of Water Resources, by Harvey O. Banks and N.D. Sturm, Supervising EcoNomist of the Department.

Scope and Content Note

Presented by M.J. Shelton, Deputy Director, Dwr, to the Conference on the Economics of California's Water Development. Lake Arrowhead, August 13, 1957.
 

1-26 The Urgency of Statewide Water Development.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Natural Resources Committee, California State Chamber of Commerce. San Francisco, August 15, 1957.
 

1-27 Statement...

Note

see G408 H7-7

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Financial and Economic Policy for State Water Projects of the Joint Committee on Water Problems. [N.p.] August 26-27, 1957. (Regarding criteria for study, recommendation, and adoption of policy for evaluation of Economic justification and financial feasibility of State proposed water resource developments.)
 

1-28 Can Water become A Non-Limiting Resource?

Scope and Content Note

Presented by M.J. Shelton, Deputy Director, Dwr, to the Soil Conservation Society of America. asilomar, August 30, 1957.
 

1-29 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Financial and Economic Policy for State Water Projects of the Joint Committee on Water Problems. Sacramento, September 18, 1957. (Regarding S.B. 2174 enacted as Chapter 2052, Statutes of 1957, providing assistance for local agency participation in California's water development program.)
 

1-30 Facts of California Water Development.

Note

see G408 H7-6

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the League of California Cities. San Francisco, September 25, 1957.
 

1-31 Statement,... Regarding Financing aspects of State Water Resources Developments...

Scope and Content Note

Presented by M.J. Shelton, Deputy Director, Dwr, to the Sub-Committee on Financial and Economic Policy for State Water Projects of the Joint Committee on Water Problems. San Francisco, October 24, 1957.
 

1-32 Present Status of Saline Water Conversion in Relation to California's Water Problems.

Note

see [Unk] H7

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the atomic Energy Subcommittee of the assembly Committee on Conservation, Planning and Public Works. Los angeles, November 14, 1957.
 

1-33 Feasibility of Sewage Reclamation as A Source of Water Supply For Southern California.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., November 20, 1957]
 

1-34 The California Water Plan -- today and in The Future.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California State Chamber of Commerce, Natural Resources Section. Los angeles, December 6, 1957.
 

1-35 Statement... Concerning Water Requirements of The Upper Feather River Service Area.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Joint Hearings of the California Water Commission and the Department of Water Resources on assignment of State Filings on Feather River Water at Oroville to the Feather River Project. Oroville, December 12, 1957.
 

1-36 Some Suggestions For Water Development Policy.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to Irrigation Districts association of California. Long beach, December 13, 1957.
 

1-37 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate interim Committee on Proposed Water Projects. [N.p.] January 22, 1958. (Regarding Delta Water Problems.)
 

1-38 Statement... Concerning Estimated annual Funding Requirements For Statewide Water Development...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Economic and Financial Feasibility of State Water Projects of the Joint interim Committee on State Water Problems. Sacramento, January 29, 1958.
 

1-39 Letter to Carley V. Porter, Member of the assembly. Sacramento, January 29, 1958. (Regarding means of financing water resource facilities constructed by the State.)

 

1-40 California's Water Needs.

Note

see G407 H8-[Unk]

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the 36th annual Meeting, Pacific Coast Section, American Society of Agricultural Engineers. University of California at Los angeles, Los angeles. January 31, 1958.
 

1-41 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to Senate interim Committee on Proposed Water Projects. [N.p.] February 7, 1958. (Regarding Dwr's policies, procedures, and functions in matters relating to water rights, particularly for large-scale water projects and transfer of water filings.)
 

1-42 California Water Plan's Financial Needs For Fiscal 1958-59.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Resources Committee, California State Chamber of Commerce. San Francisco, February 12, 1958.
 

1-43 ... on Data Collection Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee of assembly Ways and Means Committee. [N.p.] February 19, 1958.
 

1-44 Activities of The Department of Water Resources With Respect to investigation and Control of Radiation in Waters of California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Air Pollution and Radiation Protection, assembly interim Committee on Public Health. Los angeles, February 25, 1958.
 

1-45 California's Water Problems.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Marysville-Yuba City Chapter, American association of University Women. Marysville, February 26, 1958.
 

1-46 Statement of Department of Water Resources Concerning The Need For Licensing Water well Drillers.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate interim Committee on Business and Professions. [Sacramento] February 27, 1958.
 

1-47 California's Water Problems and Policies.

Scope and Content Note

Presented by William L. Berry, Chief, Division of Resources Planning, Dwr, to the National Resources institute. Lincoln, Nebraska, March 13, 1958.
 

1-48 Statement of annual Non-Federal Capital Expenditures For Water Resources Development in California, 1951-1956.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., March 13, 1958]
 

1-49 Statement... Concerning Senate Bill 3017...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the United States Senate Committee on interstate and Foreign Commerce. [N.p.] March 17, 1958.
 

1-50 Statement... Concerning S. 1887, 85th Congress...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation, Senate Committee on interior and insular Affairs. Washington, D.C., March 17, 1958.
 

1-51 The Broad Policy Problems in The Water Field.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Spring Convention Meeting of the Irrigation Districts association of California. Marysville, March 20, 1958.
 

1-52 Statement... With Respect to Senate Joint Resolution 135, 85th Congress, 2D Session...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation of the Senate Committee on interior and insular Affairs. [N.p.] March 21, 1958.
 

1-53 Statement... Concerning Recreational Development associated With State Construction Water Projects.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on beaches and Parks, assembly Committee on Conservation, Planning and Public Works. Sacramento, [March 25], 1958.
 

1-54 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented by M.J. Shelton, Deputy Director, Dwr to the Senate interim Committee on Study of Districts. Los angeles, May 6, 1958. (Regarding Dwr's duties in connection with the formation and supervision of certain types of water districts.)
 

1-55 Remarks...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Feather River Project association. Ventura, May 8, 1958.
 

1-56 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented by Norman D. Sturm, Supervising EcoNomist, Dwr, to the Subcommittee on Financial and Economic Policy for State Water Projects of the Joint Committee on Water Problems. Sacramento, May 15-16, 1958. (Regarding financing of State Water Projects.)
 

1-57 Let'S Look Ahead! Broad Water Policy Problems Facing California.

Note

see G407 15-8 No.16

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Water Conference, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. [Los Angeles] May 27, 1958.
 

1-58 Statement... With Respect to Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District'S Applications 16454 and 17291...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the State Water Rights Board. Eureka, June 17, 1958.
 

1-59 Statewide Water Planning.

Note

see [Unk] H8-13

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the American Society of Civil Engineers, Portland Convention. Portland, Oregon, June 25, 1958.
 

1-60 Summary of Recommendations For Water Pollution Control Legislation...

Note

see G407 H5-8 No.17

Scope and Content Note

Presented to assemblyman Charles W. Meyers' Subcommittee on Bay and Water Pollution, assembly interim Committee on Conservation, Planning, and Public Works. Newport beach, July 1, 1958.
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1-61 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented by William H. Fairbank, Jr., assistant Director, Dwr, to the Sub-Committee on Financial and Economic Policy for State Water Projects of the Joint Committee on Water Problems. Eureka, July 10, 1958. (Regarding impact of recreational benefits on Northwestern counties as provided for in the California Water Plan.)
 

1-62 Salt Water intrusion in Ground Water Supplies.

Scope and Content Note

A lecture in the course, `Water Quality Management -- Sanitary Engineering aspects,' Training institute, Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center of the U.S. Department of Health, Education and welfare. University of California, Riverside, August 13, 1958.
 

1-63 Power in The California Water Plan.

Note

see G407 H5-8 No.19

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Pacific General Meeting, American institute of Electrical Engineers, General Session. Sacramento, August 19, 1958.
 

1-64 Statement... on The South Bay Aqueduct...

Scope and Content Note

Presented by Walter G. Schulz, Chief Engineer, Division of Design and Construction, Dwr, to the assembly Subcommittee on Economic and Financial Policy for State Water Projects. Hayward, August 28, 1958.
 

1-65 The Functions of The State Water Agency in The Development of Water Resources.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the association of western State Engineers. Rapid City, South Dakota, September 10-11, 1958.
 

1-66 Statement... on Repayment of Irrigation Costs Under State Water Projects...

Note

see G407 H8-37

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Financial and Economic Policy for State Water Projects. Sacramento, September 15, 1958.
 

1-67 Recent Developments in Federal-State Relationships in The Water Field.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the County Supervisors association of California. FresNo, September 26, 1958.
 

1-68 Statement... Concerning The inventory of Local Water Supplies and Water Needs...

Note

see G407 H5-8 No.23

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate interim Committee on Proposed Water Projects. Sacramento, October 2, 1958.
 

1-69 Straws in The Wind

Scope and Content Note

Outline of remarks... to the Feather River Project association. San bernadiNo, October 10, 1958. Presented to the State Chamber of Commerce. Sacramento, October 14, 1958.
 

1-70 Statement... on A Proposed Regional Soil and Water Research Facility...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the United States Department of Agriculture, Working Group to Study Facility Needs for Soil and Water Conservation Research. Sacramento, October 28, 1958.
 

1-71 Answers to Questions Concerning Water Development Submitted to Harvey O. Banks, Director of Water Resources by League of Women Voters.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p.] November 3, 1958.
 

1-72 Letter to Fred G. Aandahl, assistant Secretary of the interior, U.S. Department of the interior, and to Dewey Short, assistant Secretary of the Army, U.S. Department of the Army. Sacramento, November 7, 1958. (Regarding a review of policies and procedures governing construction and operation of federal multi-purpose reservoir projects in the Central Valley of California.)

 

1-73 Water in California's Future.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Farm Bureau Federation Annual Convention. San Jose, November 12, 1958.
 

1-74 Emerging Responsibilities and Problems of The States in The Development of Water Resources.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Fourteenth Biennial General assembly of the States Council of State Governments. Chicago, IlliNois, December 4, 1958.
 

1-75 Statement... by A.A. Koch, Supervising Hydraulic Engineer, For Harvey O. Banks,... on Activities of The Department on Water Demineralization and Applications of atomic Energy as Related to Water Problems in California.

Note

see [Unk] 1-250

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Water Project Power of the assembly Committee on Conservation, Planning and Public Works. Los Angeles, December 4 and 5, 1958.
 

1-76 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented by William H. Fairbank, assistant Director, Dwr, to the Subcommittee on Planning of the assembly interim Committee on Conservation, Planning and Public Works. San Francisco, December 15, 1958. (Regarding proposed legislation concerning coordination of State planning and physical development programs.)
 

1-77 Statement on Ground Water Resources in Southern California.

Note

see 1-162

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate interim Committee on Proposed Water Projects by R.M. Edmonston. Riverside, December 16, 1958.
 

1-78 Letter to Stephen P. Teale, Chairman, Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water. Sacramento, September 30, 1959. (Contains Answers to various questions about water project cost allocation schemes asked of the Department by Senator Teale's Committee.)

 

1-79 Letter to Stephen P. Teale, Chairman, Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water. Sacramento, October 1, 1959. (Regarding revenues from State water facilities.)

 

1-80 Federal-State Cooperation in California Water Development.

Note

see G408 H9-6

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Select Committee on National Water Resources. Sacramento, October 15, 1959.
 

1-81 California's Water Program.

Note

see G407 H9-6

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the 61st Annual Conference, League of California Cities. San Francisco, October 19, 1959.
 

1-82 Outline of Remarks to the California Farm Bureau Federation. Los Angeles, November 11, 1959.

 

1-83 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented at an informal Congressional Hearing on Salmon and Steelhead Fisheries. San Rafael, November 15, 1959.
 

1-84 State and Local Activities to Meet Growing Water Needs.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Watershed Management Section of the National Convention Society of American Foresters. San Francisco, November 18, 1959.
 

1-85 Letter to Carley V. Porter, Chairman, assembly interim Committee on Water. Sacramento, December 2, 1959. (Contains Answers to questions asked of the Dwr by Mr. Porter's committee regarding Dwr studies as presented in Bulletin Nos. 61, 70 and 78.)

 

1-86 What The State Water Development Program Means to You.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Press association. San Francisco, December 5, 1959.
 

1-87 What The State Water Development Program Means to You.

Note

see G407 J-28

Scope and Content Note

[N.p.] January, 1960.
 

1-88 Recreation benefits of The State Water Development Program Authorized by The Burn-Porter Act. [N.p.] January, 1960.

 

1-89 Special Press Conference on Water with Harvey O. Banks, Director, and Ralph M. Brody, Special Consul to the GoverNor on Water Problems. [N.p.] January, 1960.

 

1-90 What is an Adequate Water Program For Your State?

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Second Annual Meeting of the interstate Conference on Water Problems. Chicago, IlliNois, January 28, 1960.
 

1-91 The California Water Resources Development System.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Commonwealth Club of San Francisco. [San Francisco] February 5, 1960.
 

1-92 Letter to Stephen P. Teale. Sacramento, February 26, 1960.

Scope and Content Note

(Supplies Answers to questions asked by Senator Teale's Fact Finding Committee on Water as a result of the statement of James F. Wright, Deputy Director, Dwr, delivered to the Committee on November 20, 1959. See Wright, J.F.)
 

1-93 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Special Subcommittee on assigned Power and Land Problems of the House Committee on Government Operation.
[N.p.] March 25, 1960.
 

1-94 Safeguarding The Delta Under The California Water Plan.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Second Annual Business and industrial Symposium. Diablo, April 20, 1960.
 

1-95 Shouldering The Responsibilities of Water Development in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Seventh National Watershed Congress. Washington, D.C., April 20, 1960.
 

1-96 The Delta -- its Important Middle Role in California's Water Plan.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California State Chamber of Commerce. Stockton, April 22, 1960.
 

1-97 Statement of Harvey O. Banks, Chairman, interstate Conference on Water Problems, President, association of western State Engineers...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Select Committee on National Water Resources, 86th Congress, 2D Session. Washington, D.C., May 24, 1960.
 

1-98 The Water Bond Proposal.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Cattlemen's association. San Francisco, August 13, 1960.
 

1-99 Remarks...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the State Water Rights Board, Sacramento River Hearings. [N.p.] August 17, 1960.
 

1-100 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water. August 24, 1960. (Regarding Dwr's views on criteria for feasibility reports on units of the State Water Resources Development System.)
 

1-101 A New Look at Water Quality Data, by Harvey O. Banks and Meyer Kramsky, Principal Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at a Symposium on Water Quality Measurement and instrumentation, sponsored by United States Public Health Service. Cincinnati, Ohio, August 29-31, 1960.
 

1-102 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly interim Committee on Water. Sacramento, September 14, 1960. (Contains Answers to Committee questions regarding Delta water changes, sale of electric power generated at Oroville, Delta Water Project, etc.)
 

1-103 The Relationship of Geologists and Engineers in Planning Public Works Projects.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Third Annual Banquet of the California association of Engineering Geologists. berkeley, October 14, 1960.
 

1-104 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water. Sacramento, October 21, 1960. (Duplicate of H.O. Banks' statement before the Committee on August 24, 1960.)
 

1-105 Water in California.

Note

see G407 J-29

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Convention of the National Reclamation association. Bakersfield, November 16, 1960.
 

1-106 Communities at The Crossroads.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Conservation Council. Santa Barbara, November 18, 1960.
 

1-107 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly interim Committee on Water. [N.p.] December 7, 1960. (Regarding the negotiation of contracts for relocation of the line or plant of common carriers, public utilities, or state agency for the construction of water resource facilities.)
 

1-108 Berry, William L., assistant State Engineer, Dpw.

 

The Importance of Waste Water Reclamation in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Conference on Water Reclamation. University of California, Riverside, January 26, 1956.
 

1-109 Berry, William L., Jr., Chief Engineer, Division of Water Resources Planning, Dwr.

 

Local Authorities Part in The California Water Plan.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Section, American Water Works association. San Diego, October 25, 1956.
 

1-110 The Public Reacts to The California Water Plan.

Note

see G407 H6-14

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the San Joaquin Valley Council, State Chamber of Commerce, Natural Resources Section. FresNo, October 26, 1956.
 

1-111 General aspects of The California Water Plan.

Note

see G407 H6-13

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Pacific Southwest inter-agency Committee. San Francisco, June 19, 1957.
 

1-112 Supplemental Water For The San Francisco Area, by William L. Berry and Herbert A. Howlett, Supervising Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Section Meeting. San Jose, October 30, 1957. Reprinted from and copyrighted as a part of Journal American Water Works association, Vol. 50, No. 5, May 1958.
 

1-113 Water Development in The MoNo-inyo Area.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Commerce and Economic Development. Bishop, May 16, 1958.
 

1-114 Surplus Waters Available For Export From The Delta.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. [Los Angeles] May 27, 1958.
 

1-115 The California Water Plan.

Note

see G407 H8-16

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. Santa Barbara, June 23, 1958.
 

1-116 Statement.. Regarding Economic aspects of Upper Feather River Reservoir Development.

Note

see G407 H9-9

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly interim Committee on Water. Quincy, September 9, 1959.
Redding, September 10, 1959.
 

1-117 Work of The Department of Water Resources... as it Relates to Stanislaus County.

Scope and Content Note

Modesto, November 9, 1959.
 

1-118 What The California Water Resources Development Program Means to California.

Note

see G4091 [Unk]

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Section of the American Water Works association. Monterey, April 22, 1960.
 

1-119 Ground Water in California's Future.

Note

see [Unk] Y 3rd. No. 1

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Biennial Conference on Ground Water Recharge. berkeley, June 28, 1961.
 

1-120 The Porter-Dolwig Ground Water Basin Protection Law.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Central Basin Water association. Huntington Park, August 3, 1961.
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1-121 Questions in Ground Water Management and Regulation.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Statewide Water Resources Committee of the California State Chamber of Commerce. San Francisco, October 31, 1961.
 

1-122 Bookman, Max, Engineer-in-Charge of the Southern California office, Division of Water Resources, Dpw.

 

Procedures For Adjudication of Rights to Ground Water in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at a Meeting of the Irrigation Districts association of California. FresNo, May 9, 1956.
 

1-123 Preliminary Statement at Public Hearing on The California Water Plan.

Scope and Content Note

Los Angeles, September 13, 1956.
 

1-124 Bookman, Max, District Engineer, Dwr.

 

Southern California Water Needs.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at a meeting of the Feather River Project association. Los Angeles, December 14, 1956.
 

1-125 Water For California's Growing Cities.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Spring Meeting of the California Section of the American Water Works association. Santa Monica, April 26, 1957.
 

1-126 Sources of Water.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Farm Lands Water Conference, California Real Estate association. Los Angeles, October 8, 1957.
 

1-127 The California Water Plan as it Affects The Upper Santa ana River Area.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the League of Women Voters of San bernardiNo. [San bernardiNo], November 19, 1957.
 

1-128 San Diego'S Future Water Requirements, by Max Bookman, District Engineer, and Lucian J. Meyers, Supervising Hydraulic Engineer, Southern California District, Dwr. Presented to the Conference of the American Geophysical Union at the California institute of TechNology. [Pasadena] February 6, 1958.

Note

See G4787 H8-1
 

1-129 Alternative Feather River Project Aqueduct Routes to Southern California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Southern California Water Conference Sponsored by the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. Los Angeles, May 27, 1958.
 

1-130 Water Problems and The Electrical Engineer.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Los Angeles Section of the American institute of Electrical Engineers. [Los Angeles] October 14, 1958.
 

1-131 The Role of Waste Water Reclamation in Meeting Southern California's Water Requirements.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Los Angeles Convention of the American Society of Civil Engineers, before a session of the Sanitary Division. Los Angeles, February 12, 1959.
 

1-132 News Release. Los Angeles, April 22, 1959. (Regarding increased water use in Orange County.)

 

1-133 California Water Plan--Recent Developments.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Los Angeles Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Los Angeles, May 13, 1959.
 

1-134 Born, Robert H., associate Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

California's Water Problems and A Plan For Their Solution.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Student Body of California Polytechnic College, Kellog-Voorhis Campus, November 22, 1957.
 

1-135 Brice, Donat B., Staff Chemical Engineer, Dwr.

Note

see 1-218
 

Shallow Water Research investigations...

Scope and Content Note

by C.G. Gunnerson, D.B. Brice, F.S. Davenport, E.F. Serr, and E.E. Whisman, Dwr.
Presented by C.G. Gunnerson at the First National Shallow Water Research Conference. Los Angeles, October 27-28, 1961. Filed by date under Gunnerson, C.G. in Cooper 1.
 

1-136 Saline Water Conversion in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Problems Study Section of the Commonwealth Club of California. San Francisco, January 28, 1965.
 

1-137 Carr, James K., [Chairman, California Water Commission, Dwr.]

 

Excerpt From Some Comments on California Water Development--Progress and Problems,

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Oroville Rotary Club. [Oroville], July 28, 1958.
 

1-138 Statement of James K. Carr, Chairman, California Water Commission...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the United States Senate Select Committee on National Water Resources. Los Angeles, October 16, 1959. (Regarding the function of the Commission; Federal, State, and local water development programs in California; Federal irrigation loans and flood grants; paying for salinity control in the Central Valley Project; and proper use of water projects for recreation and to provide for multiple use of the watershed lands under Federal jurisdiction.)
 

1-139 Chun, Robert Y.D., associate Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

Artificial Recharge of Ground Water Reservoirs in California, by Raymond C. Richter, Supervising Engineering Geologist, Dwr, and Robert Y.D. Chun, associate Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

Note

see 1-284

Scope and Content Note

Presented to Irrigation and Drainage Division, American Society of Civil Engineers. Cleveland, Ohio, May 3-8, 1959. Filed by date under Richter, R.C. in Appendix A.
 

1-140 inter-department memorandum to San I. Gershon: `Projected Availability of Colorado River Water for California'. [N.p.] November 4, 1964.

 

1-141 Coe, Jack J., [Chief, Special investigations and Reports Section, Planning Branch, Southern District, Dwr.]

 

an Abstract of Selected References on California Water Law.

Note

see L261 J3

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Regular Training Session of the Special investigations and Reports Section, Planning Branch, Southern District, Dwr.
Los Angeles, January 15, 1963.
 

1-142 The State Water Facilities, First Unit of The California Water Plan.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Seminar in Hydraulic Engineering, University of Southern California. Los Angeles, February 21, 1963.
Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Santa ana River Water association. Yorba Linda, February 26, 1963.
 

1-143 Planning For The Use of One of Southern California's Most Valuable Resources.

Note

see G40913 J6

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the ChiNo Basin Water association. Cucamonga, January 19, 1966.
 

1-144 Cummings, J.K., Chief of the Power office, Dwr.

 

The Department'S Power Program For The State Water Project.

Note

see G4084 J5-3

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Service Contractor's Council. Los Angeles, January 7, 1965.
 

1-145 State Power Program Moves Ahead.

Note

see G4086 J6

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the San Francisco Section institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. San Francisco, February 15, 1966.
 

1-146 Davenport, F.S., Staff Dwr.

 

Shallow Water investigations...

Note

see 1-218

Scope and Content Note

by C.G. Gunnerson, D.B. Brice, E.S. Davenport, E.F. Serr, and E.E. Whisman, Dwr.
Presented by C.G. Gunnerson at the First National Shallow Water Research Conference. Los Angeles, October 27-28, 1961. Filed by date under Gunnerson, C.G. in Appendix A.
 

1-147 Dolcini, Albert J., Supervising Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

Utilization of Ground Water Storage Capacity; and Summary to Date of Appendix D of The California Water Plan.

Note

see G407 H7-3

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Underground Water Committee of the Irrigation Districts association. Long beach, December 11, 1957.
 

1-148 Statement on Problems involved in The Development and Utilization of Ground Water Basins.

Note

see G40913 H8

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Underground Water Committee of the Irrigation Districts association. Marysville, March, 1958.
 

1-149 Dolcini, A.J., Principal Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

Statement on Engineering Problems of Ground Water Use From The District Standpoint.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Irrigation Districts association. Santa Barbara, December 10, 1958.
 

1-150 Porter-Dolwig Ground Water Basin Protection Law.

Note

see G40913 J1-1

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission at Joint Meeting with Irrigation Districts association. Palm Springs, December 8, 1961.
Attached is introductory Statement...on S.B. 1440, by William E. Warne, Director, Dwr.
 

1-151 Requirements For Ground Water and For Ground Water Storage.

Note

see 64.51 Y 4th No. 91

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Biennial Conference on Ground Water Recharge and Ground Water Basin Management. berkeley, June 26, 1963.
 

1-152 Doody, James J., District Engineer, Southern District, Dwr.

 

Water Supply of Southern California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water Resources Public Hearing. anaheim, September 4, 1963.
 

1-153 Responsibilities of The State Department of Water Resources With Respect to Ground Water Quality in Southern California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the President's Advisory Board on Water Pollution Control. Los Angeles, September 25, 1963.
 

1-154 Panel Discussion of The Policies of The State of California as Related to its assumed Responsibilities in Participation in Shore Protection.

Note

see G4089 J4-5

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Shore and beach Preservation association. New York City, New York, August 20, 1964.
 

1-155 Report of California's Shoreline Protection Program.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Annual meeting of the American Shore and beach Preservation association. New York City, New York, August 21, 1964.
 

1-156 Statement on assembly Bill No. 2272 of The 1965 Regular Session.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly Committee on Water. Sacramento, May 19, 1965.
 

1-157 Doody, James J., District Director, Southern District, Dwr.

 

The State Water Project today.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., August 1965]
 

1-158 Letter to Mr. James Mumbauer. [N.p.] March 28, 1966. (Regarding Mr. Mumbauer's concern for the supply of water for Southern California and the apparent waste of water.)

 

1-159 Letter to Mrs. Laura M. Fowle. [N.p.] July 6, 1966. (Regarding Mrs. Fowle's concern for wastage of water and water conservation.)

 

1-160 Dukleth, Gordon W., Acting Chief, Northern Branch, Dwr.

 

Statement... on Plans For Water Resources Development in Northern California on The Sacramento River and Tributaries.

Note

see G407 J5-29

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the U.S. Corps of Engineers public hearing. Red Bluff, May 27, 1965.
 

1-161 Edmonston, R.M.

 

The Feather River Project and The Establishment of The Optimum Hydraulic Grade Line For The Project Aqueduct, by R.M. Edmonston, Principal Hydraulic Engineer, and E.E. Jackson, Senior Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

Note

see [Unk] H8-01

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., February 26, 1958?]
 

1-162 Edmonston, R.M., Principal Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

Statement on Ground Water Resources in Southern California. Presented to the Senate interim Committee on Proposed Water Projects by R.M. Edmonston for Harvey O. Banks, Director, Dwr. Riverside, December 15, 1958.

Scope and Content Note

Filed by date under Banks, H.O. in Appendix A.
 

1-163 Eiland, Robert G., Supervising Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

Regulations For Administration of Davis-Grunsky Act.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Sacramento-Mother Lode Regional association of County Supervisors. Sacramento, December 11, 1959.
 

1-164 Fairbank, William H., Jr., assistant Director, Dwr.

 

Statement..

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Impact of Public Ownership and Development of Local Tax Bases of the interim Committee on Conservation, Planning, and Public Works. SoNora, August 28, 1957.
(Regarding community impact of water development projects.)
 

1-165 Water Problems and Water Policy.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to League of Women Voters of Santa Rosa. Santa Rosa, January 9, 1958.
 

1-166 The California Water Plan and The Future of The East Bay.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Executive Committee of the East Bay Division, League of California Cities. antioch, January 17, 1958.
 

1-167 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Southern California Coordinating Conference. Los Angeles, March 11, 1959. (Regarding GoverNor Brown's program)
 

1-168 Statement of The California Department of Water Resources...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly interim Committee on Water. Blythe, October 4, 1960. (Regarding the financial assistance program authorized by the Davis-Grunsky Act.)
 

1-169 Fisher, Hugo, Administrator, Resources Agency of California.

 

Insuring The Future.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the San Diego County Water Agencies association. [N.p.] January 16, 1964.
 

1-170 Statement before The assembly Committee on Water.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly Committee on Water. Santa Monica, July 23, 1964. (Regarding the Central Arizona Project, the Pacific Southwest Water Plan, and Dwr policy on aqueduct sizing particularly for the Southern California Aqueduct.)
 

Attached is the Statement of GoverNor Edmund G. Brown of California on S. 1658 and The Pacific Southwest Water Plan, delivered by Hugo Fisher.

Scope and Content Note

Prepared for presentation to the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation of the Committee on interior and insular Affairs, United States Senate. [N.p.] April 9 and 10, 1964.
 

1-171 Fowler, Lloyd C., Chief, Planning Branch, Southern District, Dwr.

 

Electronic analog Computers and Ground Water Basin Management.

Note

see G4.51 Y 3rd No. 15

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., June, 1961]
 

1-172 Remarks on Watermaster Service in Southern California.

Note

see G421 J1-6

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Southern California Water Coordinating Conference. [N.p.] November 21, 1961.
 

1-173 Safe Yield Determinations of Ground Water Basins of The Coastal Plain of Los Angeles County.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Central Basin Water association. [N.p.] August 2, 1962.
 

1-174 Gianelli, William R., [Principal Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.]

 

... The North VS. South Water Controversy.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Sacramento Section, American Society of Civil Engineers. [N.p.] April 15, 1958.
 

1-175 Water Rights.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Water Conference of the Water and Power Committee of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. [Los Angeles] May 27, 1958.
 

1-176 The Delta Pool Concept of Water Development in California, as Related to The GoverNor'S Water Program.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Sacramento Section, American Society of Civil Engineers. [Sacramento] February 10, 1959.
 

1-177 Statement...

Note

see G407 49-10

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water. Sacramento, August 20, 1959. (Regarding the costs of State water facilities as defined in S.B. 1106; cost allocations; Nonreimbursable project costs; land and soil classifications; repayment ability studies; power studies.)
 

1-178 Gianelli, W.R., Acting District Engineer, Southern California District, Dwr.

 

Presentation... on behalf of Ralph M. Brody, Deputy Director and Special Counsel to The GoverNor on Water Problems.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Feather River Project association. San Luis Obispo, October 9, 1959.
 

1-179 Statement..

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly Committee on Water. San Diego, October 20-21 1959. (Regarding delivery of water to the service area of the East Branch of the San Joaquin Valley-Southern California Aqueduct System, centering around San Diego.)
 

1-180 Statement... to The Water Rights Board, State of California, in The Matter of Applications 16186 and 16187 of The Merced Irrigation District.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the State Water Rights Board. [N.p.] January 5, 1960.
 

1-181 Letter to Mr. Diemer, General Manager and Chief Engineer, Metro-Politan Water District of Southern California. Los Angeles, January 29, 1960. (Regarding the allocation of costs of the State Water facilities to various service areas and provides the basis for the calculation of the tentative allocation of funds in aqueduct costs to the District.) Appendix D

Note

see [Unk] 37-7
 

1-182 Attached to a letter from Mr. Diemer to the Board of Directors, Metropolitan Water District. Los Angeles, February 17, 1960. Filed by date under Diemer, Robert B., in Appendix D.

 

1-183 Letter to Mr. Diemer, General Manager and Chief Engineer, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Los Angeles, February 17, 1960. (Regarding the Department of Water Resources study to determine the capital costs of a plan for constructing the East Branch of the San Joaquin Valley-Southern California Aqueduct.)

Note

see [Unk] 37-8
 

Attached to a letter from Mr. Diemer to the Board of Directors of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Los Angeles, February 22, 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Filed by date under Diemer, Robert B., in Appendix D.
 

1-184 Goldberg, B. Abbott, Deputy Director, Dwr.

 

Marketing of Water From The State Water Facilities.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Feather River Project association Water Leaders' Luncheon. Bakersfield, September 8, 1961.
 

1-185 Water Rights - Supplementary Water For The San Joaquin Valley.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Regional Water Conference of the San Joaquin Valley Council of the California State Chamber of Commerce. FresNo, October 6, 1961.
 

1-186 Reservoirs Without Dams - Underground.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Annual convention of the National Reclamation association. Billings, Montana, October 20, 1961.
 

1-187 interposition - Wild west Water Style.

Note

see L225 J3-2

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the western Water Law Symposium of the 14th Annual Spring Conference of the National District attorneys' association. Los Angeles, March 11, 1963.
 

1-188 Goldberg, B. Abbott, Chief Deputy Director, Dwr.

 

Minutes of Meeting of State Water Project Service Agency Conference. Los Angeles, March 29, 1963.

Note

see [Unk]

Scope and Content Note

Attached is a Tentative Agenda for the meeting: `Summary Statement' by William E. Warne, Director, Dwr; `Review of Legislation' by P.A. towner, Chief Counsel, Dwr; `Review of Litigation by B. Abbott Goldberg, Chief Deputy Director, Dwr; `Modified Financing Plan' by John Hunt, Financial Adviser, Dwr. Filed by date under Warne, W.E. in Appendix A.
Box 4

1-189 Statement in Opposition to S. 1275..

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation of the Committee on interior and insular Affairs, United States Senate. [N.p.] March 10 and 11, 1964.
 

1-190 Statement... by B. Abbott Goldberg, Chief Deputy Director, and wesley E. Steiner, Acting Division Engineer, Division of Resources Planning, Dwr.

Note

see G4083 J4-1

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water Resources and the California assembly interim Committee on Water. Sacramento, August 13 and 14, 1964. (Regarding `Moss Amendment' to the Hayden-Goldwater bill, S. 1658, 88th Congress, 1st Session, as amended on August 6, 1964.)
 

1-191 Recent Congressional Activity on The Colorado.

Note

see G330 J5-6

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Board of Directors of the County Supervisors association. Sacramento, March 4, 1965.
 

1-192 How California Stayed Ahead of Water Shortages.

Note

see G4089 J5-9

Scope and Content Note

For presentation at the meeting among water conservation leaders of eastern states and Upper and Lower Colorado River Basin States, called by the Southern California Water Conference. Los Angeles, November 15, 1965.
 

1-193 The State Water Project -- Transition From Conflict to Accomplishment.

Note

see G407 J6-17

Scope and Content Note

For presentation at the 34th Annual Conference, California Municipal Utilities association. Long beach, March 3, 1966.
 

1-194 Golze, Alfred R. Chief Engineer, Dwr.

 

Keynote Talk...

Scope and Content Note

Presented at a symposium on Basic Research in Civil Engineering Fields Related to Water Resources, Colorado State University. Fort Collins, Colorado, June 12, 1961.
 

1-195 The California State Water Project in 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Rotary Club. North Sacramento, February 20, 1963. Presented to the American Society of Military Engineers. Mather Field, February 21, 1963.
 

1-196 Progress of Construction of The State Water Project.

Note

see G407 J3-10

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Central Basin Water association. Los Angeles, May 2, 1963.
 

1-197 Report of The State Water Project.

Note

see G407 J3-13

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Feather River Project association and Committee of 1000 for Water. San Jose, June 7, 1963.
 

1-198 Status of Construction of The State Water Project.

Note

see G451 J3-14

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Sacramento Rotary Club. Sacramento, August 22, 1963.
 

1-199 Progress on Construction of The California State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Channel City Club. Santa Barbara, October 15, 1963.
 

1-200 Status of The State Water Project Construction Program.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at GoverNor Edmund G. Brown's Conference on the Impact of the Supreme Court Decision in Arizona v. California. Sacramento, November 12, 1963.
 

1-201 Interesting Things That Civil Engineers do.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Sacramento Rotary Club. Sacramento, March 12, 1964.
 

1-202 Water Resource Development in California.

Note

see G4083 J4-2

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the science seminar for teachers in the Santa Maria area. Santa Maria, April 13, 1964.
 

1-203 The State Water Project is on Schedule.

Note

see G407 J4-25

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the monthly meeting of the Feather River Project association. San bernardiNo, June 26, 1964.
 

1-204 The State Water Project.

Note

see G461 J4-14

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the 16th Annual Convention, associated Drilling Contractors. Sacramento, October 9, 1964.
 

1-205 Engineering and The State Water Project.

Note

see [Unk] J5-18

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Los Angeles Section, American Society of Civil Engineers. [N.p.] January 13, 1965.
 

1-206 Power Plans and Demands of The California Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Reprinted from Civil Engineering -- asce, February, 1965.
 

1-207 Planning For Development of California Water Resources.

Note

see G407 J5-8

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Resources Seminar, College of Engineering, University of California, Riverside. berkeley, February 16, 1965.
 

1-208 Introduction to State of California Water Resources Programs.

Note

see G408 J5-1

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Seminar, `Current Problems in Water Quality Management,' conducted by the U.S.Public Health Service. Sacramento, March 23, 1965.
 

1-209 Engineering Problems at The Tehachapi Mountains.

Note

see [Unk] J5-4

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Sacramento Subsection of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Sacramento, April 28, 1965.
 

1-210 Memorandum to William E. Warne, Director, Dwr, regarding the Tehachapi Pump Lift System. Sacramento, August 18, 1965.

Note

see 1-500

Scope and Content Note

Attached to a Department of Water Resources News Release quoting William E. Warne. Sacramento, August 18, 1965.
The memorandum is filed by date under Warne, W.E. in Cooper 1.
 

1-211 Progress on The California State Water Project.

Note

see G407 J6-13

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Fourth Annual Great Lakes Regional Student Chapter Conference of asce, Purdue University. Lafayette, indiana, February 18, 1966.
 

1-212 Gould, Mitchell L., Senior Engineer, Dwr.

 

Ground Water - A Vulnerable Resource, by David B. Willets, Supervising Engineer, and Mitchell L. Gould, Senior Engineer, Dwr. Presented at the Xiii General assembly, international Union of Geodesy and Geophysics. berkeley, August, 1963.

Note

see 1-518

Scope and Content Note

Filed by date under Willets, D.B. in Appendix A.
 

1-213 Gould, Mitchell L., Chief, Water Quality Section, Dwr.

 

Decision-Making Techniques.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Symposium on Agricultural Waste Waters at the University of California, Davis. Davis, April 7, 1966.
 

1-214 Commentary on Dr. Jack E. McKee's Report `Quality of Ground Water in The San Gabriel Basin'. [N.p., n.d.]

 

1-215 Commentary on Dr. Richard D. Pomeroy's Report `Reconnaissance Study-- on -- Plan For Salton Sea'. [N.p., n.d.]

 

1-216 Groat, Fred J., Senior Electric Utilities Engineer, Dwr.

 

Power For The Future in The California Water Plan, by M.J. Shelton, Deputy Director, and Fred J. Groat, Senior Electric Utilities Engineer, Dwr. Presented by M.J. Shelton to the Power Division, American Society of Civil Engineers, San Francisco Section. [N.p.] November 20, 1956.

Note

see 1-297
 

1-217 The Impact of atomic Energy on Water Resources Development.

Scope and Content Note

Prepared for presentation at the A.I.E.E. Pacific General Meeting. Sacramento, August 19-22, 1958.
 

1-218 Gunnerson, C.G., Dwr.

 

Shallow Water Research investigations by The California Department of Water Resources, by C.G. Gunnerson, D.B. Brice, G.S. Davenport, E.F. Serr, and E.E. Whisman, Dwr.

Scope and Content Note

Presented by C.G. Gunnerson at the First National Shallow Water Research Conference. Los Angeles, October 27-28, 1961.
 

1-219 Haley, John M., Chief, Northern Branch, Dwr.

 

Recreation to Play Key Role in Future of Glenn and Tehama Counties.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Glenn County Chamber of Commerce Meeting. Willows, September 27, 1961.
 

1-220 Haley, John M., Acting assistant Chief Engineer, Dwr.

 

Department of Water Resources Planning Activities in The Eel River Basin.

Note

see G4134 J4

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the public hearing of the U.S. Corps of Engineers on Flood Control and Allied Purposes on the Eel River. Willits, November 24, 1964.
 

1-221 Holsinger, Henry, associate attorney, Division of Water Resources, Dpw.

 

A Brief Summary of Judicial History of Water Law in California. [N.p.] Revised to October 6, 1950.

 

1-222 Holsinger, Henry, Principal attorney, Division of Water Resources, Dwr.

 

Some Legal aspects of Ground Water and The California Water Plan.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the California Section, American Water Works association, 35th Annual Conference. Long beach, October 29, 1954.
 

1-223 Required Ground-Water Legislation.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the California Irrigation Districts association Convention. FresNo, May 9, 1956.
 

1-224 Legal aspects of Ground-Water Basins.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at a meeting of Feather River Project association. Bakersfield, June 30, 1956.
 

1-225 Horn, William L., Chief of Flood Operations, Dwr.

 

The California Flood Control Program.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at a joint public hearing of the California Water Commission and the Department of Water Resources. Redding, June 4, 1965.
 

1-226 Howlett, Herbert A., Supervising Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

Supplemental Water For The San Francisco Area, by William L. Berry, Chief, Division of Resources Planning, and Herbert A. Howlett, Supervising Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

Note

see 1-112

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the California Section Meeting, San Jose, October 30, 1957. Reprinted from and copyrighted as a part of Journal American Water Works association, Vol. 50, No. 5, May 1958.
Filed by date under Berry, W.L., Jr. in Appendix A.
 

1-227 Latest Developments in The California Water Plan.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the North Coastal Counties Supervisors association. Ignacio, February 21, 1958.
 

1-228 Howlett, Herbert A., District Engineer, Southern District, Dwr.

 

Legislation -- Construction -- Negotiation.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Problems Department of Region II, California Farm Bureau Federation. Ventura, August 24, 1961.
 

1-229 Underground Storage -- The Natural Resource.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California State Chamber of Commerce. Los Angeles, October 6, 1961.
 

1-230 A Progress Report on The State Water Program.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Compton Chamber of Commerce. [N.p.] November 27, 1961.
 

1-231 A Progress Report on The State Water Program.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Seminar on Water, American institute of Plant Engineers. anaham, December 2, 1961.
 

1-232 The Delta, Keystone OR Roadblock to California's Water Development.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. [N.p.] December 15, 1961.
 

1-233 Hunt, John E., Financial Advisor, Dwr.

 

The Role of Water in California's Future.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Palo Alto Lions Club. Palo Alto, December 8, 1959.
 

1-234 Minutes of Meeting of State Water Project Service Agency Conference. Los Angeles, March 29, 1963.

Note

see 1-402

Scope and Content Note

Attached is a Tentative Agenda for the meeting: `Summary Statement' by William E. Warne, Director, Dwr; `Review of Legislation' by P.A. towner, Chief Counsel, Dwr; `Review of Litigation' by B.Abbott Goldberg, Chief Deputy Director, Dwr; `Modified Financing Plan' by John Hunt, Financial Adviser, Dwr. Filed by date under Warne, W.E. in Appendix A.
 

1-235 inerfield, Arthur J., Water Quality Staff Specialist, Division of Resources Planning, Dwr.

 

Difference between Water Pollution Control and Water Quality Control.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water. anaheim, September 4 and 5, 1963.
 

1-236 Planning For Water Quality in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Pacific Water Conditioning association, inc. Lake Tahoe, May 22, 1964.
 

1-237 Jackson, E.E., Senior Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

The Feather River Project and The Establishment of The Optimum Hydraulic Grade Line For The Project Aqueduct, by R.M. Edmonston, Principal Hydraulic Engineer, and E.E. Jackson, Senior Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

Note

see 1-161

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., February 26, 1958]
Filed by date under Edmonston, R.M. in Cooper 1.
 

1-238 James, Laurence B., Chief Geologist, Dwr.

 

Land Subsidence Problem in The San Joaquin Valley.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly interim Committee on Manufacturing, Oil and Mining industry. Los Angeles, December 9, 1957.
 

1-239 Water -- A Geologic Resource.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Natural Resources. San Francisco, January 23 and 24, 1964.
 

1-240 Jansen, Robert B., Principal Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Kern County Community Needs Conference. Bakersfield, December 5, 1959. (Regarding Kern County water problem and statewide water problems.)
 

1-241 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Victorville, June 27, 1960. (Regarding the California Resources Development Program.)
 

1-242 Jansen, Robert B., Chairman, Engineering Board of inquiry, Dwr.

 

Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Baldwin Hills Disaster Subcommittee of the assembly General Research Committee. Los Agneles, January 28, 1964.
 

1-243 The Baldwin Hills Reservoir Failure.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the State Water Service Contractors Council. Los Angeles, August 28, 1964.
 

1-244 Jones, Gilbert A., Supervising Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, Southern District, Dwr.

 

Alternative Pumping and Power Schemes For San Joaquin Valley-Southern California Aqueduct System.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Pacific Southwest inter-Agency Committee, San Diego, March 16, 1960.
 

1-245 Power and Energy For The California Aqueduct Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Management Division of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Los Angeles, February 16, 1961.
 

1-246 Keysor, J.W., Chief, Staff Engineering Branch, Dwr.

 

Excavation For Water Conveyance With Nuclear Explosives, by J.W. Keysor, Chief, Staff Engineering Branch and M.B. Andrew, Chief, Nuclear Unit, Dwr. Presented at the Third Plowshare Symposium, University of California, Davis. Davis, April 21-23, 1964.

 

1-247 Kletzing, Russell, associate attorney, Dwr.

 

Adequacy of Existing Laws For Conjunctive Operation of Ground-Water Basins.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Underground Water Committee at the convention of the Irrigation Districts association of California. Marysville, March 19, 1958.
 

1-248 Kletzing, Russell, Senior attorney, Dwr.

 

... in The Matter of State Applications Nos. 5625, 5626, 9363, 9364, 9365, 9366, 9367, 9368, and 10588 -- Statement of Position of Department of Water Resources.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the State Water Rights Board. [N.p.] May 18 & 19, 1960.
 

1-249 Koch, Albert A., Consulting Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

Water Demineralization, Nuclear and Other Energy Sources and The California Water Plan.

Scope and Content Note

Presented by Maurice B. Andrew, Staff Hydro-Mechanical Engineer, Dwr, to the California Society of Professional Engineers, San Fernando Valley Chapter. [N.p.] April 17, 1958.
 

1-250 Koch, Albert A., Supervising Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

Statement... For Harvey O. Banks, Director of Water Resources... on Activities of The Department on Water Demineralization and Applications of atomic Energy as Related to Water Problems in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Water Project Power of the assembly Committee on Conservation, Planning, and Public Works. Los Angeles, December 4 and 5, 1958.
Filed by date under Banks, H.O. in Appendix A.
 

1-251 Kramsky, Meyer, Principal Hydraulic Engineer, Water Quality Section, Dwr.

 

Artificial Methods of Ground Water Recharge.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Annual Meeting of American Society of Agricultural Engineers. Santa Barbara, June 23, 1958.
 

1-252 Water Quality Considerations in Ground Water Basin Operation.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Conference of the Irrigation and Drainage Division, Cleveland Convention of American Society of Civil Engineers. [N.p.] May 4, 1959.
 

1-253 A New Look at Water, Quality Data, by Harvey O. Banks, Director, and Meyer Kramsky, Principal Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

Note

see 1-101

Scope and Content Note

Presented at a Symposium on Water Quality Measurement and instrumentation sponsored by the United States Public Health Service. Cincinnati, Ohio, August 29-31, 1960.
Filed by date under Banks, H.O. in Cooper 1.
 

1-254 Lawder, John, associate Civil Engineer, Dwr.

 

Shasta Valley investigation.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Montague Rotary Club. Montague, August 18, 1956.
 

1-255 Lawrence, Jack H., Senior Land and Water Use analyst, Sacramento District, Dwr.

 

How Much Water is Needed to Grow Crops.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the San Joaquin County Water Resources Seminar. Stockton, February 17, 1966.
 

1-256 Meyers, Lucian J. Supervising Hydraulic Engineer, Southern California District, Dwr.

Note

see 1-128
 

San Diego'S Future Water Requirements, by Max Bookman, District Engineer, Dwr, and Lucian J. Meyers.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Conference of the American Geophysical Union at the California institute of TechNology. [Pasadena] February 6, 1958.
 

1-257 [Meyers, Lucian J., Principal Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.]

 

News Release--San Fernando Valley industrial association and the Department of Water Resources. [N.p.] September 14, 1960.

 

1-258 Mido, Kiyoshi, Dwr.

 

Inter-department memorandum to Neal R. Kuehl regarding the `Cost of Water Imported into the San Gabriel Valley Excluding Metropolitan Water District and State Water Project'. October 22, 1964.

 

1-259 Morris, James M., Jr., Senior Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

Disposal of Oil Field Brines in The Central Valley of California, by James M. Morris, Jr. with discussion by A.E. Woollen, President of Valley Waste Disposal Company, and Maintenance and Construction Superintendent in Northern Division Producing Department, Standard Oil Company of California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Third Pacific Area National Meeting, American Society for Testing Materials. San Francisco, October 11-16, 1959.
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1-260 [Morris, James M., Jr., Chief, Special investigations Section, San Joaquin Valley Branch, Dwr.] News Release. Sacramento, May 1, 1963.

Scope and Content Note

(Regarding disposal of oil field-brines.)
 

1-261 Owen, Langdon W., Supervising Engineer, Dwr.

 

Salinity intrusion and Related Studies, Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at a Specialty Conference sponsored jointly by the Irrigation and Drainage Division of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the U.S. Committee of the international Commission on Irrigation and Drainage. El Paso, Texas, December 3, 1964.
 

1-262 Patten, Joseph E., Chief Engineer, Dwr.

 

Statement on Regional Planning For Water Resources Development, by Joseph E. Patten, and Clair A. Hill & associates, Consulting Engineers.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water Resources and assembly-interim Committee on Water. Sacramento, August 14, 1964.
 

1-263 Peters, H.J., Dwr.

 

Ground Water Basin Management. [N.p.] February 8, 11, 1965. Outline of remarks.

 

1-264 Peterson, Ned R., Chief, Program Coordination and Service Unit, SNow Surveys and Water Supply Forecasting Section, Dwr.

 

Use of SNow Survey Data and Forecasts in Reservoir Operations.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the west-Wide SNow Survey Training Conference. Whitefish, Montana, January 9-14, 1966.
 

1-265 Price, Reginald C., Deputy Director, Dwr.

 

Developing Recreation Facilities For State Water Projects.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Spring Conference, San Joaquin Valley District, California State Chamber of Commerce. FresNo, May 10, 1961.
 

1-266 Price, Reginald C., Deputy Director, Policy, Dwr.

 

Agricultural Water and Power in The State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the State Water Problems Conference, sponsored by California Farm Research and Legislative Committee. Sacramento, January 22, 1963.
 

1-267 Recreation and The State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Recreation Subcommittee of the assembly interim Committee on Natural Resources, Planning and Public Works. anaheim, November 20, 1963.
 

1-268 Statement on Flood Plain Management.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at a Hearing of the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water Resources. [N.p.] March 25, 1964.
 

1-269 The Pacific Northwest-Southwest intertie and The State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Southern California Water Conference. Los Angeles, September 8, 1964.
 

1-270 Price, Reginald C., Deputy Director, Policy, Dwr, and Chairman, interagency Delta Committee.

 

Remarks About Proposed Report on Plan of Development -- Sacramento - San Joaquin Delta.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Stockton, September 11, 1964.
 

1-271 Remarks About Proposed Report on Plan of Development -- Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the San Joaquin County Advisory Water Commission. Stockton, September 23, 1964.
 

1-272 The Peripheral Canal Plan For The Delta.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Sacramento City-County Chamber of Commerce. Sacramento, June 23, 1965.
 

1-273 Local, State and Federal Roles in California's Water Development.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Problems Section of the Commonwealth Club of California. San Francisco, June 24, 1965.
 

1-274 Peripheral Canal: Solution For The Delta.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Southern District General Staff Meeting. Los Angeles, August 27, 1965.
 

1-275 The Porter-dolwig Law -- Four Years Old.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Biennial Conference on Ground Water Recharge, Development and Management. University of California, Los Angeles, September 1, 1965.
 

1-276 Purvis, John A., associate Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

... on The California Water Resources Development System and its Implications For Southern California...

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the meeting of the association for Outdoor Education. Lake Arrowhead, October 15, 1960.
 

1-277 Pyle, Stuart T., Supervising Engineer, Dwr.

 

Statement Regarding Flood Control Problems in The Vicinity of Butte Basin.

 

1-278 Reynolds, Robin, Principal Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

Present Status of weather Modification Research in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Irrigation Districts association. Santa Barbara, December 11, 1958.
 

1-279 Reynolds, Robin R., Chief of Policy and Program office, Dwr.

 

The Future of The Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Irrigation institute. Davis, January 5, 1961.
 

1-280 Reynolds, Robin R., Division Engineer, Division of Operations, Dwr.

 

Operational Criteria For The State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the State Water Service Contractors' Council. Oroville, May 7, 1964.
 

1-281 Preview of Bulletin 132-64.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the State Water Service Contractors' Council. Los Angeles, June 25, 1964.
 

1-282 Richter, Raymond C., Senior Engineering Geologist, Division of Water Resources, Dpw.

 

Statement... on The Subject of Geologic Considerations in Artificial Recharge.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Artificial Recharge Committee. Los Angeles, February 7, 1956.
 

1-283 Statement... on The Subject of Depletion and Recharge of Ground Water Basins in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Pacific Southwest inter-Agency Committee. Los Angeles, February 29, 1956.
 

1-284 Richter, Raymond C., Supervising Engineering Geologist, Dwr.

 

Artificial Recharge of Ground Water Reservoirs in California. by Raymond C. Richter and Robert Y.D. Chun, associate Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to Irrigation and Drainage Division, American Society of Civil Engineers. Cleveland, Ohio, May 3-8, 1959.
 

1-285 Sarber, J. Delbert, Special Representative of the Director, Dwr.

 

Remarks...

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Annual Meeting of Area 2, California association of Soil Conservation Districts. Ukiah, October 17, 1958. (Regarding Water Resource planning, development of water projects, and courses of action in the local interest for the North coast of California.)
 

1-286 Background For Understanding The California Water Situation.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Central and Northern California Chamber of Commerce Executives, San Francisco, January 16, 1959. Presented to the Santa Clara Rotary Club. [N.p.] January 29, 1959.
 

1-287 Schulz, [Unk] G., Chief Engineer, Division of Design and Construction, Dwr.

 

Engineering and Construction on The Feather River Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. [N.p.] May 27, 1958.
 

1-288 Statement... on The North Bay Aqueduct.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly Subcommittee on Economic and Financial Policy for State Water Projects. Napa, August 27, 1958.
 

1-289 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly Committee on Water. Bakersfield, September 22, 1959.
(Regarding delivery of water in areas adjacent to Bakersfield and San Luis Obispo.)
 

1-290 Serr, E.F., Dwr.

 

Shallow Water Research investigations by The California Department of Water Resources, by C.G. Gunnerson, D.B. Brice, F.S. Davenport, E.F. Serr, and E.E. Whisman, Dwr.

Note

1-218

Scope and Content Note

Presented by C.G. Gunnerson at the First National Shallow Water Research Conference. Los Angeles, October 27-28, 1961. Filed by date under Gunnerson, C.G. in Appendix A.
 

1-291 Shelton, M.J., Deputy Director, Dwr.

 

California's Reorganized Water Approach.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Meeting of west Basin Water association. Palos Verdes, August 23, 1956.
 

1-292 Organization and Program of The New State Department of Water Resources.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the meeting of Los Angeles County Division of the League of California Cities. Long beach, September 20, 1956.
 

1-293 The California Water Plan -- an instrument For Building California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Meeting of Pasadena Chapter of the California Society of Professional Engineers. Pasadena, September 27, [1956]
 

1-294 Organization and Program of The Department of Water Resources.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Annual Conference of the California District, Surface Water Branch of the U.S. G.S. Santa Barbara, October 12-13, [1956]
 

1-295 Water Development Keeps Pace -- in The East Bay, in The State.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Dedication of Administration Building, East Bay Municipal Utility District. Oakland, October 17, 1956.
 

1-296 The Road Ahead For Water in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to Citrus belt Division, League of California Cities. San Bernardino, November 16, 1956.
 

1-297 Power For The Future in The California Water Plan, by M.J.

Scope and Content Note

Shelton and Fred J. Groat, Senior Electric Utilities Engineer, Dwr. Presented to the Power Division, American Society of Civil Engineers, San Francisco Section. [N.p.] November 20, 1956.
 

1-298 California's Water Program as it Affects You.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Dairy institute of California. Santa Barbara, November 29, 1956.
 

1-299 Remarks...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the San Diego Rotary Club. San Diego, January 17, 1957. (Regarding San Diego water problems.)
 

1-300 Remarks...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Southern California Section, American Water Works association. Montebello, January 18, 1957. (Regarding the Feather River Project.)
 

1-301 Action Now For The Citrus industry'S Future.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Citrus institute. San Bernardino, March 21, 1957.
 

1-302 Interests and Responsibilities of Department of Water Resources in The Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Program (P.L. 566 as Amended).

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Coordinating Conference of Federal and State Agencies on Soil Conservation. [N.p.] October 7, 1957.
 

1-303 San Diego Water Problems and Feather River Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Central Republican Women of San Diego. [N.p.] February 5, 1958.
 

1-304 [Northern Counties. Redding, March 14, 1958.]

 

1-305 There is More to Water Development Than Building A Dam.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the La Mesa Rotary Club. [N.p.] April 16, 1958.
 

1-306 Speir, Oswald, Staff Member of Dwr and Recreation Subcommittee of Pacific Southwest inter-Agency Committee.

Scope and Content Note

Memorandum to the Chairman, Recreation Subcommittee of Pacific Southwest inter-Agency Committee regarding `Policies on Recreation and on Fish and Wildlife as Proposed for Adoption by the State for the California Water Resources Development System'. Sacramento, January 20, 1960.
 

1-307 Steiner, wesley E., Senior Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

Subsidization of Agriculture.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Los Angeles, April 10, 1958.
 

1-308 Arizona VS. California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Sacramento Section, American Society of Civil Engineers. Sacramento, October 25, 1960.
 

1-309 Steiner, Wesley E., Principal Engineer, Dwr.

 

The Pacific Southwest Water Plan.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Agricultural Committee of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce. San Francisco, November 13, 1963.
 

1-310 Steiner, Wesley E., Coordinator of interagency Planning, Dwr.

 

The State's Comments on The Pacific Southwest Water Plan.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the State Water Project Service Agency Conference. Los Angeles, December 12, 1963.
 

1-311 Steiner, Wesley E., Principal Engineer, Dwr.

 

The State's Comments on The Pacific Southwest Water Plan.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Southern California Water Conference. Los Angeles, January 6, 1964.
 

1-312 Regional Development For The Pacific Southwest.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Irrigation institute. FresNo, January 28, 1964.
 

1-313 Steiner, Wesley E., Coordinator of interagency Planning, Dwr.

 

Long-Range Planning For Water Resource Development.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the western GoverNors' Conference. San Francisco, May 6, 1964.
 

1-314 Steiner, Wesley E., Acting Division Engineer, Division of Resources Planning, Dwr.

 

Status Report on Regional Planning.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Sacramento, August 7, 1964.
 

1-315 Statement... by B.Abbott Goldberg, Chief Deputy Director, and Wesley E. Steiner, Acting Division Engineer, Division of Resources Planning, Dwr.

Note

see 1-190

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water Resources and the California assembly interim Committee on Water. Sacramento, August 13 and 14, 1964. (Regarding the `Moss Amendment' to the Hayden-Goldwater Bill, S. 1658, 88th Cong., 1st Session). Filed by date under Goldberg, B.A. in Appendix A.
 

1-316 information Relative to `Water Resources and Needs in Areas of Deficiency, Southern California'.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the western interstate Water Conference. Las Vegas, Nevada, September 17, 1964.
 

1-316-1 Water resources and needs in areas of [Unk], Northern California

 

1-317 Steiner, Wesley E., assistant Chief Engineer, Staff and Services Management, Dwr.

 

Inter-department memorandum to be distributed to various Department of Water Resources personnel, regarding `Review of Federal Legislation'. [N.p.] January 31, 1966.

 

1-318 San Luis Obispo County tomorrow and Related Matters of interest.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the San Luis Obispo County Regional Planning Conference. San Luis Obispo, February 16, 1966.
 

1-319 Stetson, Carl L., Chief, San Joaquin Valley Branch, Dwr.

 

Statement... With Respect to The San Joaquin Master Drain and its Discharge into San Francisco Bay Waters.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Pollution Subcommittee of the assembly interim Committee on Water. San Francisco, August 19, 1964.
 

1-320 East Side Division Report - Central Valley Project

Scope and Content Note

Presented at Dwr Executive Staff Meeting. [N.p.] June 19, 1962.
 

1-321 Sturm, N.D., Supervising EcoNomist, Dwr.

 

Some Economic Problems Confronting California's Department of Water Resources, by Harvey O. Banks, Director and N.D. Sturm, Supervising EcoNomist, Dwr.

Note

see 1-25

Scope and Content Note

Presented by M.J. Shelton, Deputy Director, Dwr, to the Conference on the Economics of California's Water Development. Lake Arrowhead, August 13, 1957.
Filed by date under Banks, H.O. in Appendix A.
 

1-322 Financing.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. [N.p.] May 27, 1958.
 

1-323 Teerink, John R., Principal Hydraulic Engineer, Division of Design and Construction, Dwr.

 

Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly Committee on Water. Sacramento, November 4, 1959. (Regarding service areas of the North and South Bay Aqueducts.)
 

1-324 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly Committee on Water. Sacramento, November 6, 1959. (Regarding service areas of the State Water Facilities in FresNo and Kings Counties.)
 

1-325 Teerink, J.R., District Engineer, Southern District, Dwr.

 

Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Ventura, October 7, 1960. (Regarding Dwr activities affedting Ventura County.)
 

1-326 Mojave Desert Area Waits For Feather River Project Water.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., March, 1961.]
 

1-327 Southern California's Critical Water Quality Decade.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Sewage and industrial Wastes association. Santa Monica, April 27, 1961.
 

1-328 Presentation of Progress Report on The North Coastal Area investigation.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Palm Spring, December 8, 1961.
 

1-329 Statement... on The Future of San Francisco Bay Which Receives The Waters From The Central Valley.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Water Pollution of the assembly interim Committee on Water. San Francisco, December 9, 1963.
 

1-330 Proposed State Program For Drainage Disposal in The San Joaquin Valley.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Joint Federal-State Meeting on Matters Related to San Joaquin Valley Drainage Facilities. FresNo, April 7, 1964.
 

1-331 The San Joaquin Drainage Facilities.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the South Bay Tri-County Sewerage Committee. Oakland, May 22, 1964.
 

1-332 History of The State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., d.c.]
 

1-333 Thomas, Robert O., Supervising Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

Present Utilization of Ground Water in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Ground Water Conference, held at the University of California. [N.p.] December 3 and 4, 1956.
 

1-334 Tokunaga, E.M., Economist, Dwr.

 

Economic Considerations in Forecasting Crop Pattern.

Scope and Content Note

Prepared for presentation at the Department's Water Utilization Section, intrasectional Conference. Sacramento, February 28, 1958.
 

1-335 Towner, Porter, Chief Counsel, Dwr.

 

Mutual Prescription -- Threat to Vested Rights to Ground Water.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the convention of the Irrigation Districts association of California. Long beach, December 12, 1957.
 

1-336 The Role of The Public District in Solving Legal Problems Concerning Ground Water.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the convention of the Irrigation Districts association of California. Santa Barbara, December 10, 1958.
 

1-337 The interstate Conference on Water Problems.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the association of western State Engineers. Santa Fe, New Mexico, August 21, 1959.
 

1-338 Discussion of The California Water Development Proposal.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Irrigation Districts association. Las Vegas, Nevada, November 19, 1959.
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1-339 Inter-departmental memorandum to William E. Warne regarding `Legislation Progress Report No. 6'. June 27, 1961.

 

1-340 Minutes of Meeting of State Water Project Service Agency Conference. Los Angeles, March 29, 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Attached is a Tentative Agenda for the Meeting: `Summary Statement' by William E. Warne, Director, Dwr; `Review of Legislation' by P.A. towner, Chief Counsel, Dwr; `Review of Litigation' by B.A. Goldberg, Chief Deputy Director, Dwr; `Modified Financing Plan' by John Hunt. Financial Adviser, Dwr. Filed by date under Warne, W.E. in Appendix A.
 

1-341 Laws Protecting Areas of Origin.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Eel River Flood Control and Water Conservation association. Ukiah, October 9, 1964.
 

1-342 Interdepartment memorandum to Mr. William E. Warne: `Summary of Congressional Enactments, 89th Congress, 1st Session, 1965'. November 18, 1965.

 

1-343 Valentine, Vernon E., Senior Engineer, Dwr.

 

Implementation of an Optimum Program of Ground Water Basin Management.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Resources Engineering Conference, American Society of Civil Engineers. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 15, 1963.
 

1-344 Von Seggern, Otto, Supervising Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

Evaluation of benefits Resulting From Flood Control Projects.

Scope and Content Note

Paper for use at the Meeting for in-Service Training Program. Los Angeles and Glendale, May 13, 1958.
 

1-345 Warne, William E., Director, Dwr.

 

The State Water Program Looks Ahead

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Agencies association of San Diego County. Rancho Santa Fe, January 19, 1961.
 

1-346 The Supplemental Water Timetable.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Riverside County Water association. [N.p.] February 16, 1961.
 

1-347 Immediate and Long Range For The State Water Facilities.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water and Power Committee of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. [N.p.] February 17, 1961.
 

1-348 What The Water Resources Department is doing to Activate Water Construction Program.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Northern Coastal Counties Supervisors association. Santa Rosa, February 24, 1961.
 

1-349 Construction Plans For The State Water Facilities.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Statewide Water Resources Committee of the California State Chamber of Commerce. Los Angeles, March 1, 1961.
 

1-350 The Long-Range Planning Function of Management.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Fifth Annual Sacramento Management Conference. Sacramento, March 4, 1961.
 

1-351 The State Water System Moves Ahead.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Gridley Rotary Club. [N.p.] March 16, 1961.
 

1-352 Three Months Later -- The California Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Legislative Conference of the Irrigation Districts association. Sacramento, March 23, 1961.
 

1-353 Without Vision -- and Unity --- The People Perish.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Rotary Club. Vacaville, March 30, 1961.
 

1-354 Remarks on Reorganization of The Department...

Scope and Content Note

Presented at a meeting of employees. Sacramento, March 30, 1961. (Regarding Department reorganization and expansion.)
 

1-355 State Financial assistance For Local Water Projects.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly Committee on Water. Sacramento, April 4, 1961.
 

1-356 It Takes All Levels of Government to Solve Our Water Problems.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Committee of the County Supervisors association of California. Sacramento, April 6, 1961.
 

1-357 Resources of The Future in Our Central Coast Areas.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Central Coast Counties Farmer-Labor-Consumer institute. San Jose, April 12, 1961.
 

1-358 A Long Range Look at Major North Coastal Water Development Plans.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Eel River Flood Control and Water Conservation association. Ukiah, April 14, 1961.
 

1-359 We're Building Water Projects For All of California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Section of the Commonwealth Club of California. San Francisco, April 27, 1961.
 

1-360 Beginning at '60.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Federation of Women's Clubs. Sacramento, May 10, 1961.
 

1-361 Remarks before Redding Chamber of Commerce Luncheon.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Redding Chamber of Commerce. [N.p.] May 12, 1961.
 

1-362 Water Problems of Coastal Region.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Southern California Chapter, American Society of Agricultural Engineers. San Luis Obispo, May 20, 1961.
 

1-363 The Role of The Coastal Area in The State's Water Planning.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Channel City Club. Santa Barbara, May 26, 1961.
 

1-364 Summary of Statement by William E. Warne...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations Subcommittee on Public Works. [N.p.] June 5, 1961.
 

1-365 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations Subcommittee on Public Works. [N.p.] June 5, 1961.
(Regarding recommended federal funding for the State Water Project, flood surveys, etc.)
 

1-366 Warne, William E., Director, Dwr, and Vice-Chairman, State Water Pollution Control Board.

 

Water Quality Management in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Pacific Southwest interagency Committee. berkeley, June 9, 1961.
 

1-367 Whoever Brings The Water Will Bring The People.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Building industry Conference Board. San Francisco, June 21, 1961.
 

1-368 Letter From GoverNor Edmund G. Brown Dated July 31, 1961, Regarding North Coastal investigation and MR. Warne'S Remarks to The California Water Commission...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Eureka, August 4, 1961.
 

1-369 California's Search For Water.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the 1961 Water for Texas Conference at Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University. College Station, Texas, September 8, 1961.
 

1-370 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented by Albert J. dolcini, Principal Engineer, Dwr, to the assembly interim Committee on Water. FresNo, September 22, 1961. (Regarding the State Water Project.)
 

1-371 The Products of Public Works.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the San Diego Kiwanis Club. San Diego, September 26, 1961.
 

1-372 Kern County'S Water Resources.

Scope and Content Note

Reprint of a series of four articles originally published prior to the Kern County referendum election of September 26, 1961. [Los Angeles, August, 1962]
 

1-373 Eleven Months of Progress.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California State Chamber of Commerce. [Los Angeles, October 5, 1961.
 

1-374 Warne, William E., Director, Dwr, and Administrator of the Resources Agency.

 

California's New Role in Water Development.

Scope and Content Note

Presented by B. Abbott Goldberg, Deputy Director-Contracts, Dwr, to the National Reclamation association. Billings, Montana, October 19, 1961.
 

1-375 Water Development in California -- The States' Role.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Sacramento Fall Conference of the California Section, American Water Works association. Sacramento, October 25, 1961.
 

1-376 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented by Arthur J. inerfield, Senior Engineer, Dwr, to the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water. Sacramento, October 31, 1961. (Regarding waste water reclamation.)
 

1-377 The Need to Look Ahead.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Central Basin Water association. Huntington Park, November 2, 1961.
 

1-378 Resources Agency--its Importance to The Future of Agriculture.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the California Farm Bureau Federation Natural Resources Conference. Bakersfield, November 8, 1961.
 

What Water Development Means to California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Fuel, Power & Water and industrial Waste Committees of the California Manufacturers association. Coronado, November 9, 1961.
 

1-380 Statewide Water Developments.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Feather River Project association. San Francisco November 10, 1961.
 

1-381 Opportunities and Goals of The Resources Agency of California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to a meeting of executives of departments, boards, commissions, and formal committees comprising the Agency. Sacramento, November 16, 1961.
 

1-382 Comments...

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the signing of water service contracts by Santa Clara County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, Zone 7. San Francisco, November 20, 1961.
 

1-383 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented by Herbert A. Howlett, District Engineer, Southern District, Dwr, to the assembly interim Committee on Water Meeting. anaheim, November 29, 1961. (Regarding ground water basins in Los Angeles and Orange Counties.)
 

1-384 Role of The Department of Water Resources in State Water Rights Applications.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the 34th Annual Statewide Meeting of State Chamber of Commerce. Los Angeles, November 30, 1961.
 

1-385 The State Water Program Moves Ahead.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Irrigation Districts association. Palm Springs, December 7, 1961.
 

1-386 Statement to The California Water Commission.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Palm Springs, December 8, 1961. (Regarding long-range planning studies for the North Coastal Area.)
 

1-387 Introductory Statement... on S.B. 1440.

Note

see 1-150

Scope and Content Note

Attached to: Porter-dolwig Ground Waterbasin Protection Law.
Presented to the California Water Commission at Joint Meeting with Irrigation Districts association. Palm Springs, December 8, 1961.
Filed by date under dolcini, A.J. in Appendix A.
 

1-388 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented by Alfred R. Golze, Chief Engineer, Dwr, to the Subcommittee on Saline Water Conversion and Nuclear Energy of the assembly interim Committee on Water. Sacramento, December 12, 1961. (Regarding possible uses of atomic power in the State Water Project in pumping water over the Tehachapi Mountains and the status of work being done on brackish and sea water conversion.)
 

1-389 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly interim Committee on Water. Sacramento, December 13, 1961. (Regarding planning, construction schedule, and Dwr's Interests and objectives in future development of the Delta.)
 

1-390 Problems involved in Organizing and Building A Major Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Spring Convention of the Irrigation Districts association. San Francisco, April 27, 1962.
 

1-391 Statement... on Provisions of AB 2988 Relating to The Pricing of Agricultural Water Supplies From The State Water Project...

Scope and Content Note

Presented by P.A. towner, Chief Counsel, Dwr, to the assembly interim Committee on Water. Bakersfield, November 16, 1962.
 

1-392 The California State Water Project, its Plan and Costs.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the San Francisco Section, American association of Cost Engineers. San Francisco, January 23, 1963.
 

1-393 News Feature series: Nine articles by William E. Warne that were distributed to daily and weekly newspapers in California with proof sheets of available illustrations:

 

The State Water Project in 1963

Scope and Content Note

First article. January 1963.
 

The Center Stage Construction Show.

Scope and Content Note

First article. December 1963.
 

An Enormous Utility.

Scope and Content Note

Second article. January 1963.
 

Technical Problems of The State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Third article. January 1963.
 

Increasing The Conservation benefits.

Scope and Content Note

Third article. December 1963.
 

Progress of The Water Utility.

Scope and Content Note

Fourth article. December 1963.
 

State Water Project is For All of California.

Scope and Content Note

Fourth article. January 1963.
 

Recreation, Now A Planned Use For Water.

Scope and Content Note

Fifth article. January 1963.
 

Water Resources For The Future.

Scope and Content Note

Fifth article (corrected). December 1963.
 

Reservoirs For Recreation.

Scope and Content Note

Sixth article. December, 1963.
 

1-394 Report on Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see 1-529

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Sacramento, February 1, 1963.
 

1-395 No End to it.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the groundbreaking of the California Aqueduct. Gustline, February 9, 1963.
 

1-396 The State Water Project and Kern County.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the North Bakersfield Rotary Club. Oildale, February 12, 1963.
 

1-397 Progress in State Water Project Financing.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Sacramento, March 1, 1963.
 

1-398 Report of Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see 1-529

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Sacramento, March 1, 1963.
 

1-399 Progress in State Water Project Financing.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly Committee on Water. Sacramento, March 20, 1963.
 

1-400 Recreation and The State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at a Joint Meeting of the Recreation Subcommittee, Pacific Southwest interagency Committee and the California Outdoor Recreation Forum. Sacramento, March 27, 1963.
 

1-401 Our Modified Financial Program.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Irrigation Districts association. Sacramento, March 28, 1963.
 

1-402 Minutes of Meeting of State Water Project Service Agency Conference. Los Angeles, March 29, 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Attached is a Tentative Agenda for the meeting: `Summary Statement' by William E. Warne; `Review of Legislation' by P.A. towner, Chief Counsel, Dwr; `Review of Litigation' by B. Abbott Goldberg, Chief Deputy Director, Dwr; `Modified Financing Plan' by John Hunt, Financial Adviser, Dwr.
 

1-403 Report of Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see 1-529

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Oroville, April 5, 1963.
 

1-404 Exciting Year For The State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California State Board of Agriculture. Sacramento, April 15, 1963.
 

1-405 Report of Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see 1-529

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Santa Rosa, May 3, 1963.
 

1-406 Pumping at The Tehachapi Crossing

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the State Water Project Service Agency Conference. Sacramento, May 9, 1963.
 

1-407 The State Water Project; Progress, Recreation Plans and Contract Negotiations in Kern County.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Public Affairs Council of Kern County. Bakersfield, May 23, 1963.
 

1-408 U.S. and California Work together.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Congressional Delegation. Washington, D.C., June 4, 1963.
 

1-409 Report of Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see 1-529

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Monterey, June 7, 1963.
 

1-410 News Release. Monterey, June 7, 1963. (Regarding the U.S. Supreme Court's Decision in Arizona vs. California and the California Water Plan.)

 

1-411 An Administrator'S View of Ground Water.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Biennial Conference on Ground Water Recharge and Ground Water Basin Management at the University of California, Riverside. berkeley, June 26, 1963.
 

1-412 Maximum Use of California Aqueduct Capacity.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Sacramento, July 12, 1963.
 

1-413 Construction and Water Service Schedule of west and East Branch Aqueducts.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the State Water Project Service Agency Conference. Los Angeles, July 18, 1963.
 

1-414 Opening Remarks by William E. Warne... With Regard to The Timing of Construction of The East Branch Aqueduct...

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the meeting of East Branch Contractors. Los Angeles, August 1, 1963.
 

1-415 Legislature's Strong Support For Davis-Grunsky Program.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Ventura, August 2, 1963.
 

1-416 Report of Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see 1-529

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Ventura, August 2, 1963.
 

1-417 The Growth of California in The Sixties.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Yuba-bear Rivers Project of the Nevada Irrigation District. Nevada County, August 23, 1963.
 

1-418 Report of Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see 1-529

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. FresNo, September 6, 1963.
 

1-419 News Release. Sacramento, September 10, 1963. (Regarding the proposed State contract with the Kern County Water Agency.)

 

1-420 Ground Water Quality and Waste Water Reclamation.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the President's Water Pollution Control Advisory Board. Los Angeles, September 25, 1963.
 

1-421 The State Water Program and Kern County.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Seminar on the Kern County Water Picture today sponsored by the Kern County Water Agency and the Water association of Kern County. Bakersfield, October 12, 1963.
 

1-422 The interest of The Department of Water Resources in Pesticides.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Agriculture. Sacramento, October 22-23, 1963.
 

1-423 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Davis-Grunsky Subcommittee of the assembly interim Committee on Water. Auburn, October 24, 1963.
(Regarding cost allocations for access road construction, recreation, fish and wildlife, etc. in water development projects.)
 

1-424 Statement... Concerning Relation of State Water Project to Pacific Southwest Water Plan...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly interim Committee on Water and the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water Resources. Sacramento, October 31, 1963.
 

1-425 Recreation Features of The State Water Project in Kern County.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Citizens Committee for Recreation. Taft, November 5, 1963.
 

1-426 Water and Napa County

Note

No #427

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Kiwanis Club. Napa, November 7, 1963.
 

1-428 The Status of The State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Irrigation Districts association. anaheim, November 22, 1963.
 

1-429 Moving Ahead With Water Contracting.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at signing ceremonies of a contract between the State Department of Water Resources and the City of west Covina. west Covina and Ventura, December 2, 1963.
 

1-430 Opening Remarks...

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the State Water Project Service Agency Conference. Los Angeles, December 12, 1963.
 

1-431 Statement... on The Effects of Ocean Marinas and Other Excavations on Ground Water Basins...

Scope and Content Note

Presented by Herbert W. Greydanus, Chief of the Planning Branch, Southern District, Dwr, to the assembly interim Committee on Water. Fullerton, December 18, 1963.
 

1-432 Statement before The Baldwin Hills Disaster Subcommittee of The assembly General Research Committee.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at a public hearing on the Baldwin Hills Reservoir failure. Los Angeles, December 23, 1963.
 

1-433 News Release. Sacramento, December 31, 1963. (Regarding County contracts with the Department of Water Resources for water from the California Water Project.)

 

1-434 Statement... on The Status of The Department'S Saline Conversion Program.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Saline Conversion and Nuclear Energy of the assembly interim Committee on Water. Fullerton, December 17, 1963.
 

1-435 Snow Surveys as Related to The State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Awards Banquet of the west-Wide Snow Survey Training Conference. Squaw Valley, January 16, 1964.
 

1-436 A Regional Approach to Water Problems of The Pacific Southwest.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the State Board of Agriculture. San Francisco, January 20, 1964.
 

1-437 Statement before The Subcommittee on Water District Organization of The assembly interim Committee on Water.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the subcommittee's hearing, `Provision of Uniform Election Procedures for Water Districts'. berkeley, January 2 1, 1964.
 

1-438 Statement before The assembly Legislative interim Committee on Fish and Game.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly Legislative interim Committee on Fish and Game. San Francisco, January 30, 1964.
 

1-439 Report of Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see 1-529

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Sacramento, February 7, 1964.
 

1-440 News Release. Sacramento, February 18, 1964. (Regarding the 1964 Financial Report on the State Water Project.)

 

1-441 A Regional Solution to Our Common Water Problems.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Joint Meeting of the Kiwanis Club and the Chamber of Commerce. Tucson, Arizona, February 28, 1964.
 

1-442 Report of Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see 1-529

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Pittsburg, March 6, 1964.
 

1-443 Report of Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see 1-529

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Bakersfield, April 3, 1964.
 

1-444 Statement on assembly Bill No. 17, 1964 First Extraordinary Session.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at a hearing of the assembly Ways and Means Committee. [N.p.] April [22] 1964.
 

1-445 The Status of The State Water Project and The San Joaquin Drainage Facilities.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Irrigation Districts association. FresNo, April 30, 1964.
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1-446 Report of Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see 1-529

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. FresNo, May 1, 1964.
 

1-447 Statement on San Luis Unit Appropriations.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the United States Senate Committee on Appropriations Subcommittee on Bureau of Reclamation and interior Power Marketing Agencies. [N.p.] May 4, 1964.
 

1-448 Statement on Auburn-Folsom South Unit, H.R. 2411.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the House Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation of the Committee on interior and insular Affairs, United States House of Representatives. [N.p.] May 5, 1964.
 

1-449 Statement on Oroville Dam Flood Control Contribution and San Luis Appropriations.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the House of Representatives, Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Public Works. [N.p.] May 5, 1964.
 

1-450 Statement on Oroville Dam Flood Control Contributions.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the United States Senate, Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Public Works. [N.p.] May 6, 1964.
 

1-451 Status of Plans and Development of The State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the East Bay Section of the California Retired Teachers association. Oakland, May 14, 1964.
 

1-452 Report of Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see 1-529

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Sacramento, June 5, 1964.
 

1-453 The State Water Project in Mid-1964.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the State Board of Equalization supervisory auditors. [n.p.] June 11, 1964.
 

1-454 News Release. Sacramento, June 11, 1964. (Regarding the Department Water Resources contract with the Merced Irrigation District to provide a loan to assist the financing of the Merced River Development Project.)

 

1-455 News Release. Sacramento, May 27, 1964. (Regarding fresh water used for manufacturing purposes in the State of California.)

 

1-456 Regional Planning For Water Conservation.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the western Conference on Regional Planning of the American institute of Planners. Stateline, Nevada, June 15, 1964.
 

1-457 News Release. Sacramento, June 19, 1964. (Regarding the report of a special state engineering board of inquiry into the Baldwin Hills reservoir failure.)

 

1-458 Statement on assembly Bill No. 17 of the 1964 First Extraordinary Session.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly interim Committee on Water. Santa Monica, July 22, 1964.
 

1-459 Statement For The assembly Committee on Water.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly Committee on Water. Santa Monica, July 23, 1964. (Regarding the Pacific Southwest Water Plan.)
 

1-460 Letter to Mr. Ralph M. Brody, Chairman, California Water Commission. Sacramento, July 31, 1964. (Regarding the Department of Water Resources' request for approval of the proposed increase in the minimum project yield of the State Water Project.)

 

1-461 Opening Remarks.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Service Contractors' Council. Los Angeles, August 28, 1964.
 

1-462 The North Bay Aqueduct.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Coordinating Council of Napa County. Napa, September 10, 1964.
 

1-463 Report of Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see 1-529

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Stockton, September 11, 1964.
 

1-464 Letter to Mr. James M. Gleason, Commissioner, MultNomah County, Oregon. [n.p.] September 14, 1964. (Regarding the Whittier Narrows Water Reclamation Plant built by the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts to demonstrate the feasibility and ecoNomy of waste water reclamation.)

 

1-465 A New Home For The Lab.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the ceremony to dedicate the new laboratories buildings. Bryte, September 24, 1964.
 

1-466 Dedication of antelope Valley Dam and antelope Lake.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at dedication of antelope Valley Dam and antelope Lake during `Dedication Day in Plumas County' ceremonies. [N.p.] September 27, 1964.
 

1-467 Dedication of Frenchman Dam and Frenchman Lake.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at dedication of Frenchman Dam and Frenchman Lake during `Dedication Day in Plumas County', ceremonies. [N.p.] September 27, 1964.
 

1-468 The Name For The Lake.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at ground breaking for Grizzly Valley Dam during `Dedication Day in Plumas County' ceremonies. [N.p.] September 27, 1964.
 

1-469 Signing The Contracts.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at ceremony of signing final contracts with State Water Project contracting agencies. Sacramento, September 28, 1964.
 

1-470 Agriculture Water From The State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the State Board of Agriculture. FresNo, September 29, 1964.
 

1-471 Report of Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see 1-529

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Sacramento, October 2, 1964.
 

1-472 Financing and Expanding State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Statewide Water Resources Committee of the California State Chamber of Commerce. Oroville, October 6, 1964.
 

1-473 Statement on The Proposed Marysville Reservoir.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water Resources. Los BaNos, October 9, 1964.
 

1-474 Opening Remarks.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Service Contractors' Council. Sacramento, October 15, 1964.
 

1-475 News Release. Sacramento, October 23, 1964. (Regarding the Tehachapi big lift pumps of the State Water Project.)

 

1-476 News Release. Sacramento, October 31, 1964. (Regarding alternative sources of energy to power the pumps of the State Water Project.)

 

1-477 Statement For The Subcommittee on Saline Conversion and Nuclear Energy of The assembly interim Committee on Water.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Saline Conversion and Nuclear Energy. Sacramento, November 5, 1964.
 

1-478 Statement before The Subcommittee on Economic Development of The assembly interim Committee on Ways and Means.

Scope and Content Note

Presented by William L. Berry, Jr., Dwr, at a Public Hearing on AB 2424 (Petris, 1963 Session) repealing the California Buy American Act. San Francisco, November 9 and 10, 1964.
 

1-479 Quality Management in Planning For California Water.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the National Technical Task Committee on industrial Waste. San Francisco, November 19, 1964.
 

1-480 The California Water Project and atomic Energy.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to members and representatives of the Congressional Joint Committee on atomic Energy, the atomic Energy Commission, the California Legislature and Executive Branch, public and private utilities and other agencies. Los Angeles, November 13, 1964.
 

1-481 The State's Program on Safety of Dams.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the County Engineers association of California at their Annual meeting with the County Supervisors association. Palm Springs, November 20, 1964.
 

1-482 Opening Remarks.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Service Contractors' Council. Los Angeles, November 24, 1964.
 

1-483 Planning For Coordination of Water Development in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the interstate Conference on Water Problems. Denver, Colorado, December 7, 1964.
 

1-484 Cutting The Cost of Water.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Board of Directors, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Los Angeles, December 8, 1964.
 

1-485 Pumps For The Tehachapi Big Lift.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Board of Directors, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Los Angeles, December 8, 1964.
 

1-486 Nuclear Energy as A Source of Power For The State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Los Angeles, December 11, 1964.
 

1-487 Report of Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see 1-529

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Los Angeles, December 11, 1964.
 

1-488 Progress of The State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Feather River Project association Board of Directors. Los Angeles, December 18, 1964.
 

1-489 Report on Water Progress.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Meeting of the GoverNor's Council. Sacramento, January 11, 1965.
 

1-490 State, Federal and Regional Water Plans.

Scope and Content Note

Presented as part of a University of California Extension course on California Water Resources. Riverside, January 19, 1965.
 

1-491 Future of Agriculture in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Irrigation institute. Sacramento, January 27, 1965.
 

1-492 Water Management in A Changing World.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at a Water Sciences and Management Program Seminar, the Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore, Maryland, February 8, 1965.
 

1-493 Statement on assembly Bill No. 1147 of the 1965 Regular Session.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly Committee on Water. Sacramento, March 24, 1965.
 

1-494 Opening Remarks.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Service Contractors' Council. Sacramento, March 25, 1965.
 

1-495 Plus Factors of The State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Municipal Bond Club of San Francisco. San Francisco, March 26, 1965.
 

1-496 Statement of Oroville Dam Flood Control Contributions.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the House Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Public Works. [N.p.] May 18, 1965.
Identical statement given before U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Public Works, May 19, 1965.
 

1-497 Statement on assembly Bill No. 1147 of The 1965 Regular Session.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Committee on Water. Sacramento, May 24, 1965.
 

1-498 Report of Activities of The Department of Water Resources.

Note

see [Unk]

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Redding, June 4, 1965.
 

1-499 Growth and Prosperity in Agriculture.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Rotary Club of Visalia. Visalia, June 23, 1965.
 

1-500 News Release. Sacramento, August 18, 1965. (Regarding the Tehachapi Pumping Plant of the State Water Project.)

Scope and Content Note

Attached is a memorandum from Alfred R. Golze, Chief Engineer, to William E. Warne regarding the Tehachapi Pump Lift System, August 18, 1965.
 

1-501 Water Development in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at hearing of the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water Resources. Sacramento, December 1 and 2, 1965.
 

1-502 Opening Remarks.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Water Services Contractors' Council. Los Angeles, January 28, 1966.
 

1-503 Water Conservation Concepts and Practices in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at third meeting, western States Water Council. Phoenix, Arizona, February 19, 1966.
 

1-504 The Water Resources Budget 1966-1967.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly Ways and Means Subcommittee. Sacramento, March 1, 1966.
 

1-505 Water Plans of The State of California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the University of California as part of a University Extension Course on Southwest Regional Water Resources. Irvine, March 1, 1966.
 

1-506 California's State Water Project -- Halfway Through A Decade of Construction.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., n.d.]
 

1-507 This is The Place Where The State Water Project begins.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., n.d.]
 

1-508 Werner, Carl A., Chief, Delta Branch, Dwr.

 

The Delta - Heart of California's Water Development.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to Regional Water Conference of the California State Chamber of Commerce. Stockton, October 13, 1961.
 

1-509 werner, C.A.

 

The Delta and its Waters - Present and Future.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Agriculture Section, Central Valley Development Conference, California State Chamber of Commerce. Stockton, May 8, 1964.
 

1-510 Whisman, E.E., Dwr.

 

Shallow Water Research investigations by The California Department of Water Resources, by C.G. Gunnerson, D.B. Price, F.S. Davenport, E.F. Serr, and E.E. Whisman, Dwr.

Note

see 1-218

Scope and Content Note

Presented by C.G. Gunnerson at the First National Shallow Water Research Conference. Los Angeles, October 27-28, 1961. Filed by date under Gunnerson, C.G. in Cooper 1.
 

1-511 Whiting, Robert E., Acting Chief, Engineering Reports and Review Section, Dwr.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to Mr. E.J. Russell, President, Oliver-Harriman Mining Company. [N.p.] May 16, 1961. (Regarding the status of the proposed New don Pedro Dam to be located on the Tuolumne River.)
 

1-512 Wilkes, Kenneth G., Chief, Design and Construction Branch, Southern District, Dwr.

 

Present Status of Construction of The State Water Facilities.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. San Diego, November 20, 1963.
 

1-513 Willets, David B., Supervising Hydraulic Engineer, Division of Water Resources, Dpw.

 

Statement... on The Subject of Requirements For Disposal of Treated Sewage into The Pacific Ocean at Hyperion by The City of Los Angeles...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the State Water Pollution Control Board. [N.p.] February 1, 1956.
 

1-514 [Willets, D.B.]

 

Statement... on Tentative Resolution `Prescribing Requirements For The Disposal of Treated Sewage into Santa Monica Bay by The City of Los Angeles From Existing Sewage Treatment Plant at Hyperion.'

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., Oct. 18, 1956]
 

1-515 Willets, David B., Supervising Hydraulic Engineer, Dwr.

 

Relationship of Salt Balance in Ground Water Basins to The California Water Plan.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Sanitary Group of the American Society of Civil Engineers. [N.p.] October 23, 1957.
 

1-516 Willets, D.B.

 

Desalinization of Brackish Waters by The Electrodialysis Process.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the asce Convention. ReNo, Nevada, June 1960.
 

1-517 Willets, D.B.

 

Talk to associated Plumbing Contractors of Los Angeles.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p.] March 20, 1961.
 

1-518 Willets, D.B.

 

Ground Water - A Vulnerable Resource, by David B. Willets and Mitchell L. Could, Senior Engineer, Dwr.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at Xiii General assembly, international Union of Geodesy and Geophysics. berkeley, August, 1963.
 

1-519 Wright, James F., Chief Deputy Director, Dwr.

 

Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water. Los Angeles, November 20, 1959. (Regarding principles and policies guiding Dwr planning for recreational development, financing, and operation at state constructed or financed water projects.)
 

1-520 Wright, J.F.

 

Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly interim Committee on Fish and Game. Redding, June 10, 1960. (Regarding recreation development, preservation and enhancement of fish and wildlife as a part of the California Water Plan.)
 

1-521 Wright, James F., Deputy Director, Dwr.

 

Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water. Sacramento, June 23, 1960. (Regarding the financial assistance program authorized by the Davis-Grunsky Act.)
 

1-522 Wright, James F., Deputy Director, Administration and Management, Dwr.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to Carley V. Porter, assembly interim Committee on Water. Sacramento, June 28, 1960. (Regarding the Delta Water Project.)
 

1-523 Wright, J.F.

 

Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly interim Committee on Water. Portola, September 13, 1960. (Regarding the Upper Feather River Projects and the Frenchman Project Service Area.)
 

1-524 Wright, J.F.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to Edwin L. Z'berg. Sacramento, September 19, 1960. (Regarding a proposed water service contract with the Metropolitan Water District.)
 

1-525 Wright, James F., Deputy Director, Administration and Management, Dwr.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to Carley V. Porter, Chairman, assembly interim Committee on Water. Sacramento, September 20, 1960. (Regarding proposed disposition of electric power from the Feather River Project.)
 

1-526 Wright, J.F.

 

Significance of The Second San Diego Aqueduct.

Scope and Content Note

Draft of talk by James F. Wright representing Harvey O. Banks, Director, Dwr, at Dedication of the Second San Diego Aqueduct. Otay Park, December 1, 1960.
 

1-527 Wright, J.F.

 

The California Water Plan.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Seventh Annual Program of the American Public Power association ACcounting and Finance Workshop. Los Angeles, August 18, 1961.
 

1-528 Young, W. Stanley, Chief Right of Way Agent, Division of Right of Way Acquisition, Dwr.

Scope and Content Note

Right of way acquisition and clearance.
Presented to the Central Valley Chapter of the American Public Works association. FresNo, January 17, 1964.
 

1-529 Warne, William E.

Scope and Content Note

Report of activities of the Department of Water Resources.
Presented before the California Water Commission from Feb. 1963 to June 1965.
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1-530 Banks, Harvey O.

Scope and Content Note

A year of progress and decision
... to the association of western State Engineers, Sept. 1, 1960, Santa Barbara, California.
 

1-531 Meyers, L. J.

Scope and Content Note

Statement of the California Department of Water Resources before the assembly Committee on Water... San Luis Obispo, Calif., Sept. 23, 1959
 

1-532 Towner, Porter A.

Scope and Content Note

Provisions of the State's Central Valley Project Act, as codified in Part 3 of Division 6 of the California Water Code, and of the Burns-Porter Act (Chapter 1762, Statutes of 1959) which will be applicable to State Water Service Contracts.
 

1-533 Warne, William E.

Scope and Content Note

Flood control and water conservation in SolaNo County
Presented to the Rotary Club at Vacaville, March 30, 1961.
 

1-534 Warne, William E.

Scope and Content Note

The San Joaquin drainage facilities
Presented before the California Water Commission on March 6, 1964, in Pittsburg, California.
 

1-535 Warne, William E.

Note

see G4979 J5-1

Scope and Content Note

Statement concerning studies of an experimental seawater intrusion barrier in the Oxnard Plain of Ventura County (AB 856 - Henson).
Presented before the assembly Water Committee at Sacramento, April 7, 1965.
 

1-536 Willets, David B.

Scope and Content Note

Water quality considerations in Southern California.
Conference on Quality of Water on Irrigation, Jan. 21 and 22, Davis, Calif.
 

1-537 Substantiation of the feasibility of the California Water Project proposed in the California Water Resources Development Bond Act, Sept. 2, 1959.

 

2 Formal statements by personnel of the California Department of Water Resources and Department of Public Works (prior to July 6, 1956). 1955-66.

Physical Description: 40 items.
 

2-1 Dpw, Division of Water Resources.

 

Water Problems of California and Plans For Their Solution.

Scope and Content Note

Prepared under the Direction of the State Engineer for the assembly, California Legislature. Sacramento, April 28-30, 1955.
 

2-2 Water Resources Exhibit, Dramatic Displays of A Critical Resource.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., April 18, 1956.]
 

2-3 Statement... on Quality of Water to be Maintained in Santa Ana River at Prado.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p.] June 1, 1956.
 

2-4 Dwr.

 

Statement... on Tentative Resolution `Prescribing Requirements For The Disposal of Treated Sewage into Santa Monica Bay by The City of Los Angeles From Existing Sewage Treatment Plant at Hyperion'.

Note

See [Unk] 1-514

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Los Angeles Regional Water Pollution Control Board. [Los Angeles, 1956]
 

2-5 Statement... Regarding Alternative Plans For Water Development in California.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p.] January 18, 1957.
 

2-6 Dwr, Division of Resources Planning.

 

The California Water Plan as it Applies to The San Francisco Bay Area.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Joint Legislative Committee on Water Problems. San Francisco, October 23, 1957.
 

2-7 Highlights of The California Water Plan

Scope and Content Note

[N.p.] October, 1957.
 

2-8 Statement... Concerning Control of Water Pollution in California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Bay Pollution, interim Committee on Conservation, Planning, and Public Works. San Francisco, November 4-5, 1957.
 

2-9 Dwr, California Water Commission.

 

Statement of The California Water Commission on Principles to Serve as The Basis For A Program of Water Development on A Firm, Continuing Basis.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., March 27, 1958]
 

2-10 Statement... Regarding The Property Acquisition Program of The Department.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly interim Committee on Public Utilities and Corporations. [N.p.] August 20, 1958.
 

2-11 The Delta and The Delta Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., March 30, 1959]
 

2-12 Dwr, Southern California District.

 

Summary Statement on Alternative Aqueduct Systems to Serve Southern California.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p.] March 1959.
 

2-13 [Dwr], Marketing Section.

 

Summary of Accomplishments of Water Program Funded Under The Provisions of SB 1106.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p.] June 17, 1959.
 

2-14 The Burns-Porter Act.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., August 28, 1959]
 

2-15 Substantiation of The Feasibility of The California Water Project Proposed in The California Water Resources Development Bond Act.

Note

see 1-537

Scope and Content Note

[N.p.] September 2, 1959.
 

2-16 Construction Schedule For Projects included in The Department of Water Resources 1959-1960 Budget.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., September 1959]
 

2-17 ... Summary Statement on The Water Problems of California and Current Programs For Their Solution.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Select Committee on National Water Resources. [N.p.] November 19, 1959. (Supplement to the statement presented to theCommittee on October 15, 1959.)
 

2-18 Statement... Concerning The assignment of Applications Nos. 5629, 5630, 14443, 14444, and 14445.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. [N.p.] December 4, 1959.
 

2-19 Highlights of The California Water Plan.

Scope and Content Note

Prepared expressly for use of students of upper grade level. [N.p.] December 1959.
 

2-20 [Dwr], Public information office.

 

Data and Facts on State Feather River and Delta Diversion Projects as Proposed in Senate Bill 1106. Los Angeles, 1959.

 

2-21 Southern California (Coastal Portions).

Scope and Content Note

[N.p.] January 28, 1960.
 

2-22 The Burns-Porter Act.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., February 5, 1960.]
 

2-23 Some Questions and Answers About California's Water Problems.

Scope and Content Note

Sacramento, April 25, 1960.
 

2-24 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly Subcommittee on Bay and Water Problems. San Francisco, April 29, 1960.
 

2-25 [The State Water Program.]

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., May 18, 1960]
 

2-26 Statement... Concerning Agreement of May 16, 1960 For The Coordinated Operation of The Federal Central Valley Project and The State Feather River and Delta Diversion Projects...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly interim Committee on Water. Santa Monica, July 18-19, 1960.
 

2-27 [Dwr, Southern California District office.]

 

Proposition One - California Water Bonds.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., August 1960]
 

2-28 Is `Primary Water' or `Rock Fissure Water' A Potential Source of Water Supply?

Scope and Content Note

Sacramento, December 1960.
 

2-29 Answers of The Department of Water Resources to The Questions of January 24, 1961 Submitted by The Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water.

Scope and Content Note

[Presented to the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water]. [N.p.] February 10, 1961.
 

2-30 [Dwr, Southern California District office]

 

Highlights of The California Water Plan.

Scope and Content Note

[Los Angeles, April 1961]
 

2-31 California Water Resources Development System (`Feather River Project').

Scope and Content Note

[Los Angeles, June 1961.]
 

2-32 Supplement to Statement... Concerning The Request For Release From Priority of Applications Nos. 7936 and 7937 by The Placer County Water Agency and The Request For Release From Priority of Applications Nos. 5644, 5645, 7936, 7937, 7938, and 7939 by The Carmichael Irrigation District.

Scope and Content Note

[Presented to the California Water Commission.]
[N.p.] December 6, 1961.
 

2-33 Supplemental Statement... Concerning The Requests For assignment or Release From Priority of Applications Nos. 5631 and 5632 Request of Yuba County Water Agency For assignment of Applications Nos. 5631 and 5632 Request of Johnson Rancho County Water District For assignment of Applications Nos. 5631 and 5632 Request of Nevada Irrigation District For assignment of Applications Nos. 5631 and 5632 or Release From Priority of Applications Nos. 5631 and 5632 in Favor of Applications Nos. 6701, 6702, 8177, 8178, 8179, 8180, 155524, 19138, 19139, 20017, and 20072.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission.
[N.p.] December 14, 1961.
 

2-34 Dwr, California Water Commission.

 

News Release. Sacramento, February 16, 1962. (Regarding testimony before Congressional committees in support of authorization of the Auburn-Folsom South Unit of the Central Valley Project.)

 

2-35 Statement.. on The Completion of Applications For The State Water Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission.
[N.p.] December 11, 1964.
 

2-36 Dwr, Safety Engineer's office.

 

Safety information Bulletin, PoisoNous Snakes.

Scope and Content Note

to All Employees. [N.p.] May 10, 1966.
 

2-37 Quality Criteria For domestic Water.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., n.d.]
 

2-38 Quality Criteria For Irrigation Water.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., n.d.]
 

2-39 Sea Water Conversion Plant at San Diego, California.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., n.d.]
 

2-40 California Department of Water Resources

 

Summary of comments and letters in regard to Bidwell Bar Project on the Feather River.

Scope and Content Note

March 4, 1957
 

3 Formal statements by individuals representing various agencies, organizations, institutions regarding water resources development in California. 1956-66.

Physical Description: 49 items.
 

3-1 [Banks, Harvey O., Chairman, Drafting Committee, association of western State Engineers.]

 

Background Material and Explanation of Drafts of Federal Legislation to Clarify Some Federal-State Relationships in Water Use and Development.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p.] October 14, 1958.
(Developed for the use of drafting committees of the association of western State Engineers and the Joint interregional Conference on Water Problems.)
 

3-2 Banks, Harvey O., President, association of western State Engineers.

 

A Report to The National Reclamation association From The association of western State Engineers.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the National Reclamation association.
Bakersfield, November 16, 1960.
 

3-3 Benedict, M.R., Professor of Agricultural Economics, University of California, Riverside.

 

Economics and Water Project Policy.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Spring Convention of the Irrigation Districts association of California. Marysville, March 20, 1958.
 

3-4 Bennett, Elmer F., Acting Secretary of the interior.

 

Letter to Governor Edmund G. Brown. Washington, December 9, 1960.

Scope and Content Note

(Regarding the State Water Rights Board water rights hearings and their impact on the San Luis Unit of the Central Valley Project.)
 

Attached to: Brody, Ralph M., Special Counsel to the Governor on Water Problems.

 

Letter to Frederick A. Seaton, Secretary of the United States Department of the interior. Sacramento, November 15, 1960. (Regarding water rights for the Federal San Luis Unit of the Central Valley Project.)

Scope and Content Note

Filed by date under Brody, R.M. in Appendix C.
 

3-5 Bennett, Elmer, F., Acting Secretary of the interior.

 

Letter to Wayne Morse, United States Senator. Washington, [n.d.] (Regarding Senator Morse's letter of September 22, 1960 concerning the San Luis Project.)

 

Attached to: Brody, Ralph M., Special Counsel to the Governor on Water Problems.

Note

see 3-6
 

Letter to Frederick A. Seaton, Secretary of the United States Department of the interior. Sacramento, November 15, 1960. (Regarding water rights for the Federal San Luis Unit of the Central Valley Project.)

Scope and Content Note

Filed by date under Brody, R.M. in Appendix C.
 

3-6 Brody, Ralph M., Special Counsel to the Governor on Water Problems.

 

Letter to Frederick A. Seaton, Secretary of the United States Department of the interior. Sacramento, November 15, 1960. (Regarding water rights for the Federal San Luis Unit of the Central Valley Project.)

 

The following letters are Attached:

 

Bennett, Elmer F., Acting Secretary of the interior.

 

Letter to Governor Edmund G. Brown. Washington, December 9, 1960. (Regarding the State Water Rights Board water rights hearings and their impact on the San Luis Unit of the Central Valley Project.)

 

Morse, Wayne, United States Senator.

 

Letter to Fred A. Seaton, Secretary of the interior. [N.p.] September 22, 1960. (Regarding the 160 acre limitation on land ownership in the State Service Area of the San Luis Unit of the Central Valley Project.)

 

Bennett, Elmer F., Acting Secretary of the interior.

 

Letter to Wayne Morse, United States Senator. Washington [n.d.] (Regarding Senator Morse's letter of September 22, 1960, concerning the San Luis Project.)

 

3-7 Brown, Edmund G., Governor California.

 

Press Release: California Water Program Bond issue.

Scope and Content Note

Los Angeles, January 20, 1960.
 

3-8 Letter... [to William E. Warne, Director, Dwr] Dated July 31, 1961, Regarding North Coastal investigation and MR. Warne'S Remarks to The California Water Commission...

Note

see 1-368

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California Water Commission. Eureka, August 4, 1961.
Filed by date under Warne, W.E. in [Unk] A.
 

3-9 Press Release: JB - #143. Sacramento, February 25, 1964.

Scope and Content Note

(Regarding new construction being started on the State Water Project.)
 

3-10 Statement... on S. 1658 and The Pacific Southwest Water Plan.

Note

see 1-170

Scope and Content Note

Delivered by Hugo Fisher, Administrator, Resources Agency of California. Prepared for presentation to the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation of the Committee on interior and insular Affairs, United States Senate. [N.p.] April 9 and 10, 1964.
 

Attached to: Fisher, H.

 

Statement before The assembly Committee on Water.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly Committee on Water. Santa Monica, July 23, 1964.
Filed by date under Fisher, H., in Appendix A.
 

3-11 Press Release: JB - #734. [N.p.] October 7, 1964. (Regarding a seven-year study of North Coastal Area water development projects.)

 

3-12 Press Release: JA - #1009. [N.p.] September 15, 1966. (Regarding Federal funds to be received by California for more than 100 water resource projects.)

 

3-13 Press Release: DT - #1010. [N.p.] September 15, 1966. (Regarding the action of Congreeeman Michael J. Kirwan's House Appropriation Committee in recommending $144 million for development of water projects in California.)

 

3-14 Press Release: DT - #1056. [N.p.] September 27, 1966. (Regarding the San Felipe Division Project.)

 

3-15 Press Release: DT - #1062. [N.p.] September 29, 1966. (Regarding Governor Brown's urging of favorable action by the House Public Works Committee on Knights Valley Dam and Reservoir, Marysville Dam and Reservoir, Pajaro River Flood Control Project, Klamath River Flood Control Project, and Sunset Cliffs San Diego beach Erosion Project.)

 

3-16 Press Release: JA - #1066. [N.p.] October 1, 1966. (Regarding the conservation of natural resources.)

 

3-17 Press Release: DT - 1086. [N.p.] October 6, 1966. (Regarding contracts to obtain electric power from the Pacific Northwest for the operation of pumping plants for the State Water Project.)

 

3-18 Press Release: DT - #1198. [N.p.] November 5, 1966. (Regarding initiation of construction on the angelus Tunnel of the State Water Project.)

 

3-19 California. (State). Department of Public Health. Board of Public Health.

 

Policy Statement and Resolutions by The State Board of Public Health With Respect to Fluoride Ion Concentration in Public Water Supplies.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p.] Approved on August 22, 1958.
 

3-20 California (State). State Water Quality Control Board. San Francisco Bay-Delta Water Quality Control Program.

 

Public Concern is Key to better Water Quality. [N.p., 1967]

Scope and Content Note

including Program Facts. [N.p., 1967]
 

3-21 California (State). State Water Resources Board.

 

The California Water Plan. [N.p.] April 13, 1956.

 

3-22 Coachella Valley County Water District.

 

Operation Water. Coachella, March 26, 1958.

 

3-23 Corker, C.E., assistant attorney General, State of California.

 

Arizona Versus California.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., n.d.]
 

3-24 dominy, Floyd E., Commissioner of Reclamation, Department of the interior.

 

News Release - Bureau of Reclamation: Water Statesmanship on The Colorado.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to The Colorado River Water Users' association.
Las Vegas, Nevada, December 3, 1965.
 

3-25 dominy, F.E.

 

Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California assembly interim Committee on Water. [N.p.] December 14, 1965. (Regarding the Pacific Southwest Water Plan; Colorado River water supply, recreation, fish and wildlife; Columbia River development; quality of water delivered to Mexico; recent water resources legislation; western States Water Council; water resources planning in North Coastal California.)
 

3-26 donnelly, Frank J., Manager, Power Projects, Fluor Corporation, Ltd.

 

Talk to asme, Los Angeles Section.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Los Angeles Section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. [Los Angeles] April 8, 1965. (Regarding the Energy Source Study prepared for the Department of Water Resources by the Fluor Corporation, Ltd.)
 

3-27 Ely, Northcutt, of Ely, Duncan and Bennett, Washington, D.C.

 

The Supreme Court'S Decision in Arizona V. California, and its Effect on California's Water Supply.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Feather River Project association. Long beach, July 12, 1963.
 

3-28 Ely, N.

 

Progress on The Colorado.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Irrigation Districts association. Sacramento, April 8, 1965.
 

3-29 A Progress Report on Regional Water Plans.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly interim Committee on Water. El Monte December 14, 1965.
 

3-30 Feather River Project association.

 

Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly interim Committee on Water.
Santa Monica, July 22, 1964. (Regarding AB 17, 1964 Special Session, providing for the use of Tidelands oil revenues for building water projects in California.)
 

3-31 Greene, Henry D., Exec. Manager, Feather River Project association.

 

Future Water Supply --- Feather River Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the American institute of Plant Engineers.
anaheim, December 2, 1961.
 

3-32 Hall, Warren A., Director, Water Resources Center, University California.

 

Ground Water Quality and Waste Water Reclamation - Southern California: The Research Viewpoint.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the President's Water Pollution Control Advisory Board Meeting. Los Angeles, September 25, 1963.
 

3-33 Hill (Clair A.) & associates, Consulting Engineers, Redding, California.

 

Statement on Regional Planning For Water Resources Development, by Clair A. Hill & associates and Joseph E. Patten, Chief Engineer, Dwr.

Note

see 1-262

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water Resources and assembly interim Committee on Water.
Sacramento, August 14, 1964.
Filed by date under Patten, J.E. in Appendix A.
 

3-34 Kennedy, Harold W., County Counsel of the County of Los Angeles, Member of County of origin Committee, State Chamber of Commerce, etc.

 

Are we Making Progress in The Solution of California's Water Problems, Where Are we, and What Are The Alternatives?

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the County Supervisors association of California.
Santa Rosa, September 19, 1957.
 

3-35 Importance of Agriculture to Our Economy and of Not Pricing Agriculture Out of The Water Picture.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the 1961 Fall Convention of the Irrigation Districts association of California. Palm Springs, December 7, 1961.
 

3-36 Knight, Goodwin J., Governor, State of California.

Note

see 1-7
 

Letter to Robert E. Jones, Chairman, Special Subcommittee on Water Resources and Power, House Committee on Government Operations. Sacramento, December 6, 1955.

 

Attached and Introductory to: Banks, Harvey O., Acting State Engineer, Division of Water Resources, Department of Public Works.

 

Views of The State of California... With Respect to Water Resources and Power Report of The Commission on organization of The Executive Branch of The Government (Hoover Commission) Which Was Transmitted to The Congress in June, 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Special Subcommittee on Water Resources Power, House Committee on Government Operations.
Los Angeles, December 7 and 8, 1955.
Filed by date under Banks, H.O. in Appendix A.
 

3-37 Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.

 

inequities to Members of The Metropolitan Water District in Receiving State Water.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p.] August 18, 1960.
 

3-38 Lynch, Thomas C., attorney General, State of California.

 

Remarks...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Southern California Water Conference. Los Angeles, April 26, 1965. (Regarding the Colorado River and its relations to regional water planning.)
 

3-39 McClellan, H.C., President, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce.

 

Letter to the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.

Scope and Content Note

Los Angeles, March 7, 1961. (Suggests two approaches toward a solution to the disagreement between the Metropolitan Water District and the Department of Water and Power.)
 

3-40 Milliman, J.W., assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics, University of California, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce.

Scope and Content Note

[Los Angeles] November 1, 1957.
 

3-41 Morris, Samuel B., Consulting Engineer.

 

Where Are we Water-Wise?

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Southern California Water Conference sponsored by the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. [N.p.] May 27, 1958.
 

3-42 Morse, Wayne, United States Senator.

Note

[Unk]
see 3-6
 

Letter to Fred A. Seaton, Secretary of the interior. [N.p.] September 22, 1960. (Regarding the 160 acre limitation on land ownership in the State Service Area of the San Luis Unit of the Central Valley Project.)

 

Attached to: Brody, Ralph M., Special Counsel to the Governor on Water Problems.

 

Letter to Frederick A. Seaton, Secretary of the United States Department of the interior. Sacramento, November 15, 1960. (Regarding water rights for the Federal San Luis Unit of the Central Valley Project.)

Scope and Content Note

Filed by date under Brody, R.M. in Appendix C.
 

3-43 Nelson, Samuel B., General Manager and Chief Engineer, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.

 

The Past, Present, and Future of The Pacific intertie.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Irrigation Districts association of California at its 1964 Fall Convention. [N.p.] December 11, 1964.
 

3-44 Pafford, Robert J., Jr., Regional Director, Region 2, United States Bureau of REclamation.

 

Water Development Activities of The Bureau of Reclamation in Northern California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the California assembly Water Committee. Los Angeles, December 14, 1965.
 

3-45 Parkhurst, John D., Chief Engineer and General Manager of the County Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County.

 

Abstract of Statement Presented before The President'S Water Pollution Control Advisory Board.

Scope and Content Note

Los Angeles, September 25, 1963. (Regarding the Los Angeles County waste water reclamation program.)
 

3-46 Peterson, William S., General Manager and Chief Engineer, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.

 

Status of The State Water Development.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the institute of Public Affairs, Pomona College. Claremont, October 7, 1960.
 

3-47 Pomeroy, Richard D.

 

Reconnaissance Study --on-- Plan For Salton Sea.

Note

see 1-215

Scope and Content Note

See: [Gould, Mitchell L., Chief, Water Quality Section, Dwr.] Commentary on Dr. Richard D. Pomeroy's Report `Reconnaissance Study--on Plan for Salton Sea'. [n.p., n.d.]
Filed under Gould, M.L. in Appendix A.
 

3-48 Pyle, Stuart T., Acting Chairman, Work Group No. 2, Northwestern California Planning Coordination Task Force for Planning Coordination, California State-Federal interagency Group.

 

interagency Planning Coordination on The Upper Eel River Development.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at Public Hearing of the U.S. Corps of Engineers on Flood Control and Allied Purposes on Eel River. Willits, November 24, 1964.
 

3-49 Riegel, Harry I., Chairman Santa ana Region, Regional Water Pollution Control Board.

 

The Role of Water Pollution Control in Water Quality Management.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the President's Water Pollution Control Advisory Board Meeting. Los Angeles, September 25, 1963.
 

3-50 [San Fernando Valley industrial association]

 

Department of Water Resources News Release. San Fernando Valley industrial association and the Department of Water Resources. [N.p.] September 14, 1960.

Note

see 1-257

Scope and Content Note

Filed by date under Meyers, L.J. in Appendix A.
 

3-51 Southland Water Committee.

 

Luncheon Meeting of Southland Water Committee and The Board of Directors of The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.

Note

see [Unk] 37-2

Scope and Content Note

Los Angeles, February 2, 1961. (Regarding activities and plans of the District and the Committee.)
Filed by date under Board of Directors, Mwd, in Appendix D.
 

3-52 Teale, Stephen P., Chairman, Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water, California State Legislature.

Note

see [Unk] 37-21
 

Letter to Mr. Joseph Jensen, Chairman, Board of Directors, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. [N.p.] January 24, 1961. (Requests that official(s) of the Mwd appear before the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water to discuss and answer questions regarding the District's water contract with the Department of Water Resources for State project water.)

 

Attached to the statement of Mr. R.A. Skinner, General Manager and Chief Engineer, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, before the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water. Sacramento, February 10, 1961.

Scope and Content Note

Filed by date under Skinner, R.A. in Appendix D.
 

3-53 Thomas, Robert O., Member, American Society of Civil Engineers.

 

Water -- A Limiting Resource?

Scope and Content Note

Sacramento [N.d.]
(document is anNotated `rec'd. L.A. 7/7/58'.)
 

3-54 U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Region 2.

 

News Release. Sacramento [1966]. Regarding the Bureau of Reclamation's Central Valley Project Annual Report for 1965.)

 

3-55 News Release. Stockton, May 11, 1966. (Regarding the signing of water contracts between the Bureau of Reclamation and irrigators in the Central Valley.)

 

3-56 U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Region 2. Central Valley Operations Control Center.

 

News Release. Sacramento, April 14, 1966. (Regarding water storage in the Central Valley.)

 

3-57 News Release. Sacramento, May 9, 1966. (Regarding water storage in the Central Valley.)

 

3-58 U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Region 3.

 

News Release: Colorado River Reservoirs to be Held at Near Constant Levels This Summer... Boulder City, Nevada, for release May 15, 1966.

 

3-59 West, A.B., Regional Director, Bureau of Reclamation, Region 3.

 

Water For Southern California.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Regional Water Conferences. Los Angeles and San Diego, October 13, and 14, 1965.
 

3-60 United States Department of the interior News Release: A Salute to The Colorado River.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Irrigation Districts association of California. Las Vegas, Nevada, December 8, 1965.
 

3-61 Woolen, A.E., President of Valley Waste Disposal Company, Maintenance and Construction Superintendent in Northern Division Producing Department, Standard Oil Company of California.

Note

see 1-259
 

Disposal of Oil Field Brines in The Central Valley of California, by James M. Morris, Jr. with discussion by A.E. Woolen.

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Third Pacific Area National Meeting American Society for Testing Materials. San Francisco, October 11-16, 1959.
Filed by date under Morris, J.M., Jr. in Appendix A.
Box 9

4 Burns-Porter Act; folder of newspaper clippings on the California Water Plan, passage of the Burns-Porter Act, campaign literature pro and con the Act, a proposed amendment to the state constitution, an agenda for legal discussion of the act and Dept. of Water Resources maps of proposed Water Plan facilities. 1959-1960.

Physical Description: 66 pieces.
 

5 California Water Plan, folder of newspaper clippings and miscellany or various aspects of the California Water Plan with emphasis on the Feather River project. includes; a list of contractors for water from state facilities, cost of irrigation water in various parts of the state, detail of workers employed in construction of Feather River and Delta Diversion projects and Department of Water Resources' Recommended outlay for authorized projects. 1957-1967.

Physical Description: 40 pieces.
 

6 Weber Plan; folder containing newspaper clippings, letters, brochure, and report by Charles M. Weber to the California Senate Rules Committee. 1968-1969

Physical Description: 5 pieces
 

7 Northern California Projects; folder of newspaper clippings and miscellany regarding planning and construction of county and district water and power facilities. 1958-1967.

Physical Description: 19 pieces.
 

8 Southern California Projects; folder of newspaper clippings on county and district water and power facilities. 1959-1960.

Physical Description: 12 pieces.
 

9 Central Valley Project; folder of newspaper clippings, Bureau of Reclamation reports and fact sheets on construction progress and miscellaneous data on the Project and its individual facilities. 1955-1967.

Physical Description: 42 pieces.
 

10 Kern County, California; folder of newspaper clippings on water use, needs, planning and development within the county. 1959-1966.

Physical Description: 13 pieces.
 

11 Riverside County, California; folder of newspaper clippings on construction of water storage and supply systems in 19th century and resultant boom in Alessandro and Perris valleys. 1960-1964.

Physical Description: 4 pieces.
 

12 San Bernardino County, California; folder of newspaper clippings including incomplete reprint of Stanford Research institute study of San Bernardino Valley water problems. 1960.

Physical Description: 2 items.
 

13 Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, California; folder of newspaper clippings on delta problems and planned Water Project facilities and the opposition of delta-area counties. 1960-66.

Physical Description: 24 pieces.
 

14 Colorado River; folder containing miscellaneous publications of Colorado River association and Colorado River Board of California, and newspaper clippings on water use, quality, storage, and development, hydro-electric power development, inter-state and international water rights and litigation. 1959-1966.

Physical Description: 26 items.
 

15 Western Water Resource Development; folder of newspaper clippings on water use, water rights and litigation within the Colorado River Basin and water resource development plans in the Western states. 1960-1965.

Physical Description: 7 items.
 

16 Water Pollution, California; folder of newspaper clippings and miscellany on water quality and pollution control in San Francisco Bay, Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, Lake Tahoe and Klamath River Basin. 1959-1967.

Physical Description: 11 items.
 

17 Water Treatment; folder of newspaper clippings on waste water treatment and saline water demineralization. 1960-1966.

Physical Description: 3 pieces.
 

18 Groundwater; folder of newspaper clippings on salt water intrusion in orange County, and groundwater supply in the Central Valley, Sacramento and Yolo counties, and a memorandum from Los Angeles County Engineer on groundwater basins and water conservation in that county. 1960-1966.

Physical Description: 9 items.
 

19 Weather Modification; folder of newspaper clippings on cloud seeding and other forms of weather modification and regulatory legislation. 1964-1967.

Physical Description: 8 items.
 

20 Snowpacks; folder of newspaper clippings on Snow surveys for water supply forecasting and methods of increasing Snowpacks. 1959-1966.

Physical Description: 4 items.
 

21 Floods and Flood Control; folder of newspaper clippings on floods in California, flood damage litigation, and flood control projects. 1958-1966.

Physical Description: 10 items.
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22 Power Facilities, California; folder of clippings from newspapers and PG&E Progress on development of hydroelectric and geothermal power facilities in California, sale of surplus Bonneville power, and a possible power intertie between Pacific NorthWest and Pacific SouthWest states. 1958-1967.

Physical Description: 22 items.
 

23 Water Rights; folder of newspaper clippings on 160-acre limitation, development vs. conservation disputes regarding the Middle Fork, Feather River, claims and decisions on water rights of cities and counties in California. 1959-1967.

Physical Description: 11 items.
 

24 Agriculture, California; folder of newspaper clippings and miscellany on crop prodiction and agricultural land use and withdrawal in California. 1960-1965.

Physical Description: 7 items.
 

25 General Water information, California; folder of newspaper clippings and miscellany on water resources development, geography and climate of California, forecasts of future water needs and comparison of water rates in California cities. 1957-1968.

Physical Description: 74 items.
 

26 Water Facts; folder of newspaper clippings and miscellany on U.S. and foreign water resource development and useage. 1953-1966.

Physical Description: 5 pieces.
 

27 Water Requirements, California; Notebook of clippings on water needs and water resources planning and development. 1954-1958.

Physical Description: 1 v. (unpaged)
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28 References; folder of Notes, publishers anNouncements and bibliographies on water and other natural resources. 1931-1966.

Physical Description: 17 items.
 

29 Book; folder of Notes on corrections to be made in his Aqueduct Empire, and newspaper clippings on water resources development and water use in California.

Physical Description: 37 items.
 

30 Photographs; envelope of Bureau of Reclamation and California Dept. of Water Resources photographs of water storage and conveyance facilities and other water-related subjects in California. 1950-1966.

Physical Description: 86 items.
 

31 Department of Water Resources, Creation of; Notebook of newspaper clippings on the proposed unified water agency to develop a state water plan, and a chroNology of the California Department of Water Resources and its predecessor agencies. 1954-1956.

Physical Description: 1 v. (unpaged)
 

32 [California. Department of Water Resources.] Current water conditions, master file.

Physical Description: 1 v. (various paging) charts, maps, tables.

Scope and Content Note

[Sacramento, The Department, N.d.]
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33 California. Department of Water Resources. Reference information on California's water problems, and a summary of the views and recommendations of the Department of Water Resources. Sacramento, The Department, 1957.

Physical Description: 1 v. (various paging)
 

34 California. Department of Water Resources. [Publications indicies]; folder of bibliographies and index to publications of the Department. [n.p.] 1965.

Physical Description: 2 items.
 

35 Imperial Irrigation District; folder of newspaper clippings and district publications on the Salton Sea, soil salinity in Imperial and Coachella Valleys, power production and urban incroachment on agricultural lands. 1960-1967.

Physical Description: 13 pieces.
 

36 Metropolitan Water District; folder of newspaper clippings and district publications on planning, financing and construction progress of district water projects. 1959-1966.

Physical Description: 39 pieces.
 

37 Formal statements by personnel of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. 1955-1966.

Physical Description: 27 pieces.
 

Board of Directors, Mwd.

 

37-1 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

[N.p.] May 10, 1960. (Regarding the Preliminary Report of the Special Master in the controversy between Arizona and California over use of Colorado River Water and the consequences for Southern California if the Special Master's recommendations are enacted.)
 

37-2 Luncheon Meeting of Southland Water Committee and The Board of Directors of The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.

Scope and Content Note

Los Angeles, February 2, 1961. (Regarding activities and plans of the District and the Committee.)
 

Chase, Ransom W., Chairman, Water Problems Committee, Board of Directors, Mwd.

 

37-3 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

[N.p.] November 4, 1960. (Regarding the water contract between the Mwd and the Department of Water Resources for the State of California, and the Water Bond Act.)
 

Diemer, Robert B., General Manager and Chief Engineer, Mwd.

 

37-4 Southern California's Water Supplies and Needs.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Southern California Water Conference sponsored by the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, Water and Power Committee. Los Angeles, May 27, 1958.
 

37-5 Keynote Statement...

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Presented as part of a panel on `California's Water Problems' at the Convention of the League of California Cities. Los Angeles, October 28, 1958. (Regarding the water supply and problems of Southern California.)
 

37-6 Importation of Water From The Colorado River to Southern California by The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.

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Presented at the Los Angeles Convention of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Los Angeles, February 10, 1959.
 

37-7 Letter to the Board of Directors of the Mwd. Los Angeles, February 17, 1960. (This is a report to the Board covering a distribution system for District agencies for the delivery of water from Northern California.)

 

Attached is a letter to Mr. Diemer from W.R. Gianelli, Acting District Engineer, Southern California District, California (State) Department of Water Resources. Los Angeles, January 29, 1960. (Regarding the allocation of costs of the State water facilities to various service areas and provides the basis for the calculation of the tentative allocation of funds in aqueduct costs to the Mwd.)

 

37-8 Letter to the Board of Directors of the Mwd. Los Angeles, February 22, 1960. (Regarding the construction schedule and initial capacity of the East Branch of the San Joaquin Valley-Southern California Aqueduct as estimated by the Department of Water Resources and contains recommendations to the Board of Directors.)

 

Attached is a letter to Mr. Diemer from Mr. W.R. Gianelli, Acting District Engineer, Southern California District, Department of Water Resources. Los Angeles, February 17, 1960. (Regarding the Department of Water Resources study to determine the capital costs of a plan for constructing the East Branch of the San Joaquin Valley-Southern California Aqueduct.)

 

37-9 Letter to the Board of Directors of the Mwd. Los Angeles, June 16, 1960. (Regarding Mr. Diemer's report to the Board upon request.)

 

Attached is a letter to the Board of Directors, Mwd, from Robert B. Diemer, Los Angeles, June 10, 1960. (Regarding Mr. Diemer's report to the Board covering a distribution system for District agencies for the delivery of water from Northern California.)

 

Attached is a letter to the Board of Directors, Mwd, from Mr. R.B. Diemer, Los Angeles, April 11, 1960. (This is the report prepared at the Board's request and covering a distribution system for District agencies for the delivery of water from Northern California. This report was submitted with Mr. Diemer's letter of June 10, 1960.)

 

Howard, James H., Special Counsel, Mwd.

 

37-10 Letter to the Board of Directors, Mwd. Los Angeles, June 13, 1960. (Regarding Arizona vs. California.)

 

Jensen, Joseph, Chairman, Board of Directors, Mwd.

 

37-11 Importations of Water From Sources Other Than The Feather River Project.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Southern California Water Conference sponsored by the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce Water and Power Committee. Los Angeles, May 27, 1958.
 

37-12 Letter to Governor Edmund G. Brown. Los Angeles, October 2, 1959. (Regarding the enclosed revised Mwd policy statement dealing with the problems of insuring an adequate future water supply for Southern California.)

 

Enclosed is the Water Policy Statement, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. October 2, 1959.

 

Attached are copies of telegrams sent to all Southern California assemblymen by Mwd regarding SB 1106.

 

Attached is the Statement by Chairman Joseph Jensen,... before the Fact Finding Committee on Water of the California State Senate. Sacramento, October 8, 1959. (Regarding the policies of the Mwd, SB 1106, the Mwd's proposed changes in SB 1106 and Answers to questions submitted by the Fact Finding Committee.)

 

Attached is a copy of Questions Submitted to The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California by The Fact Finding Committee on Water... September 15, 1959.

 

Attached is a detail of Payment Capacity For Agricultural Water, for various service areas. [N.d.]

 

Attached is a letter to Mayor Norris Poulson, City of Los Angeles, from the Board of Directors, Mwd, by Joseph Jensen. Los Angeles, November 10, 1959. (Regarding the creation of the Mwd, its policies, the changes in SB 1106 suggested by the Mwd, water resource development studies currently being conducted by the Mwd.)

 

Attached is a letter to Governor Edmund G. Brown from the Board of Directors, Mwd, Joseph Jensen, Chairman. Los Angeles, November 17, 1959. (Requests Governor Brown to initiate negotiations to ascertain the form of contract under which the Mwd could obtain a supplementary water supply from the proposed State water facilities for delivery to its constituent member-agencies.)

 

37-13 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the 32nd Annual Statewide Meeting, California State Chamber of Commerce. Los Angeles, December 3, 1959. (Regarding the policy of the Mwd, Mwd suggested changes in the SB 1106, and suggested terms of water contracts.)
 

37-14 Letter to Mr. William E. Warne, Director of the Department of Water Resources. Los Angeles, May 17, 1963. (Regarding the District's water development program for transport and delivery of State project water in Southern California.)

 

Attached are copies of excerpts from the minutes of the meeting of the Board of Directors, Mwd, on April 30, 1963. (Contains resolutions concerning a water development program for the distribution of Northern California water.)

 

37-15 The East Branch Problem.

Scope and Content Note

[Presented to the Feather River Project association. San Bernardino, Sept. 27, 1963.]
 

37-16 Southern California's Water - Past, Present and Future.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., August, 1964]
 

37-17 Southern California's Water - Past, Present, and Future.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., 1964]
 

37-18 Southern California's Water - Past, Present and Future.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p., 10/18/65.]
 

37-19 Lauten, John H., assistant General Counsel, Mwd.

 

Statement Concerning assembly Bill 17...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the assembly interim Committee on Water. Santa Monica, July 22, 1964.
 

37-20 Skinner, R.A., assistant Chief Engineer, Mwd.

 

Concepts and Principles Underlying Contract between The State of California Department of Water Resources and The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California For A Water Supply, Executed November 4, 1960.

Scope and Content Note

[N.p.] February 7, 1961.
 

Skinner, R.A., General Manager and Chief Engineer, Mwd.

 

37-21 Statement to Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water.

Scope and Content Note

Sacramento, February 10, 1961. (Regarding some of the major terms and conditions of the water service contract executed on November 4, 1960, between the State and the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.)
 

Attached is a letter to Mr. Joseph Jensen, Chairman, Board of Directors, Mwd, from Senate Stephen P. Teale, Chairman, Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water. [N.p.] January 24, 1961. (Requests that official(s) of the Mwd appear before the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water to discuss and answer questions regarding the District's water contract with the Department of Water Resources for State project water. includes a list of questions formulated by the Committee.)

 

37-22 The State Water Development Program - How is The Program Shaping UP From The Mwd'S Point of View?

Scope and Content Note

Presented at a meeting of the California State Chamber of Commerce. Los Angeles, October 5, 1961.
 

37-23 Metropolitan Water District'S Economic Stake in Plans For Distribution of State Project Water.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Statewide Water Resources Committee of the California State Chamber of Commerce. Los Angeles, May 22, 1962.
 

37-24 Letter to the Board of Directors, Mwd. Los Angeles, December 9, 1963. (Presents an analysis of the situation confronting the District in regard to the timing of construction of the East Branch Aqueduct and related aspects of the District's program for transport and delivery of State project water in Southern California.)

 

Attached is the investigation of Facilities Required For interim Service to Contractors to be Served From The East Branch Aqueduct. [N.p.] December 9, 1963.

 

37-25 News Release. Los Angeles, March 9, 1965. Quotes Mr. R.A. Skinner regarding a bond issue of $850 million to finance the major part of a tunnel and pipeline system required to distribute Northern California water in Southern California that will be submitted to the voters of the Mwd in the June 1966 State primary election.)

 

37-26 The Metropolitan Water District - its Role.

Scope and Content Note

Presented as part of course on California Resources - University of California, Riverside. Los Angeles, December 14, 1965.
 

37-27 Statement...

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the Subcommittee on Saline Conversion and Nuclear Energy of the assembly interim Committee on Water. Los Angeles, January 13, 1966. (Regarding sea water desalting study being sponsored jointly by the United States government and Mwd.)
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38 Governor's Dry Year Water Conference, Sacramento and Los Angeles, 1961.

Physical Description: 13 items.

Scope and Content Note

[Papers] presented at the... July 12-14, 1961. [n.p.], 1961.
 

39 California. Legislature. Senate. Fact-finding Committee on Water.

Physical Description: 8 items.

Scope and Content Note

[Selected statements made at a hearing held by the... on unearned increment arising from the California Water Plan, November 19-20, 1959.] Los Angeles, 1959.
 

40 1961 Legislative Session; envelope of newspaper clippings on the activities of the California Legislature regarding the Feather River Project, California Water Plan, acreage limitation, sale of power from state facilities, water contract with Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, water rights, etc. 1960-1961.

Physical Description: 120 pieces.
 

41 Bureau of Reclamation/Corps of Engineers; folder of newspaper clippings and pamphlets about projects and activities of the Bureau and the Corps in California. 1958-1967.

Physical Description: 14 items.
 

42 Statement before the assembly interim Committee on Water, 1959, regarding water contracts and State Water Plan.

Physical Description: 3 items.