Inventory of the Charles Gilman Hyde Papers, 1904-1956 (bulk 1930-1950)

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Inventory of the Charles Gilman Hyde Papers, 1904-1956 (bulk 1930-1950)

Collection number: HYDE

Water Resources Collections and Archives



University of California, Riverside

Riverside, California

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  • Water Resources Collections and Archives
  • Orbach Science Library, Room 118
  • PO Box 5900
  • University of California, Riverside
  • Riverside, CA 92517-5900
  • Phone: (951) 827-2934
  • Fax: (951) 827-6378
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Processed by:
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Xiuzhi Zhou
© 1998 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Charles Gilman Hyde Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1904-1956 (bulk 1930-1950)
Collection number: HYDE
Creator: Hyde, Charles Gilman, 1874-1971
Extent: 10 linear ft. (23 boxes)
Repository: Water Resources Collections and Archives
Riverside, CA 92517-5900
Shelf location: This collection is stored off-campus at NRLF. Please contact the Water Resources Collections and Archives staff for access to the materials.
Language: English.

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Collection is open for research.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Charles Gilman Hyde Papers, HYDE, Water Resources Collections and Archives, University of California, Riverside.

Access Points

Water quality management --Law and legislation --California
Water quality --California
Municipal engineering --California
Refuse and refuse disposal --California
Sewage disposal --California
Sewerage --California
Sewage disposal plants --California
Water-supply, Municipal --California
Waterworks --California
Water --California --Pollution
Groundwater --California --Quality
Sewage --Purification

Biographical Information

Charles Gilman Hyde was born on May 7, 1874 in Yantic, Town of Norwich, Connecticut, the son of Rodney and Kate Rhode (Dickey) Hyde. He attended Norwich Academy and was graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a B.S. degree in sanitary engineering in 1896.
Charles Hyde married Margherita Isola on May 21, 1901 in Newton, Massachusetts, and had three daughters.
The first four years of Hyde's professional career were spent as an assistant engineer with the Massachusetts State Board of Health. He then journeyed to Pennsylvania where he worked on major water supply projects for the cities of Philadelphia and Harrisburg.
Hyde joined the faculty of the University of California in 1905 where he served continuously, except for service as a major in the Sanitary Corps, U.S. Army (1918-19), until he became emeritus in 1944. Following his retirement he remained extremely active as a consulting engineer and he engaged in major water projects the world over.
Professor Hyde was an extremely productive educator, scholar, consulting engineer, and statesman whose talents and counsel were sought from all segments of society. He was an inspiring teacher whose interests in students and their personal and professional welfare were truly distinguished. In addition to serving two years as dean of men (1926-28), his professional contributions were so numerous, original, and distinguished he became widely known as the "Dean of Sanitary Engineering of the West." His social and humanitarian interests were extensive, and he found time to serve for over twenty years on executive councils of the Boy Scouts of America, Berkeley YMCA, the Red Cross, and he was a long time active member of the Bohemian Club. He was also an active member of the First Congregational Church of Berkeley.
Professor Hyde's noteworthy accomplishments include the establishment of the first sanitary engineering educational program in the West, and his active leadership played a major role in the formation of a pioneering Bureau of Sanitary Engineering in the State Department of Public Health.
As an active consulting engineer, Hyde played a major role in shaping many of California's major water projects. He was responsible for the original water supply source selection and the design of the first Sacramento water treatment plant, which was an original and advanced contribution to technology. He served on many boards of consultants, which helped to set the pattern of environmental engineering practice as well as make an important contribution to California's health and ecology. Some of the notable projects include the comprehensive plans for the collection, treatment, and disposal of wastewater from the East Bay cities (now EBMUD), San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, the counties of Santa Clara and Orange, the cities of Auckland, New Zealand, and Vancouver, British Columbia.
A fitting summary of Hyde's life was made by President Robert Gordon Sproul upon the conferring of an honorary doctor of laws degree in 1944 when he summed up as follows:
"The West is a fairer, sweeter land because of his concentrated work on its water."
Professor Hyde died on September 21, 1971 at the age of 97.

Scope and Content

Reports and papers on various aspects of sewerage, sewage treatment, groundwater and surface water pollution from municipal and industrial wastes, water quality, and sewage treatment systems for many California municipalities. Described in Dictionary Catalog of the Water Resources Collections and Archives, University of California, Riverside (G.K. Hall and Co., Boston, 1970).

Note: There are no folders for the following numbers: 10, 11, 18, 25, 27, 29, 37, 41, 118, 121, 122, 125, 126, 131, 134, 139, 140, 145
Box BOX 1, item 1

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

City of San Luis Obispo, California: analysis and report on proposals submitted for the furnishing of certain major items of mechanical equipment for proposed improved sewage treatment plant. 1934.

item 2

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

The beautification and irrigation of Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California with an activated sludge treatment plant effluent. 1937.

item 3

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

City of Modesto, California, collection and disposal of sewage and industrial waste: report upon the flow of water in Tuolumne River past Modesto necessary to assure a satisfactory run of salmon upstream to spawning Grounds during the fall season of 1945. 1939.

item 4

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Comments on Oakland's sewerage problem. 1937.

item 5

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Conclusions and brief report concerning the propriety and expediency of increasing the length of the intake channel of the Sacramento River project by the approximate amount of 2000 feet thereby permitting the proposed pumping plant to be located an equal distance further inland and eliminating an equivalent length of 36-inch steel force main in a relatively very costly section. 1929.

item 6

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Construction of a slow sand filter plant and appurtenances, reservoir roof and other water works improvements for the City of Watsonville, California. 1939.

item 7

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A decade of sewage treatment 1928-1938. 1938.

item 8

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Developments in sewerage and sewage treatment: a paper presented to the Thirty-Second Annual Convention of the American Concrete Pipe Association. 1939.

item 9

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Diffusion baffles for sedimentation basins. [1925?].

item 12

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Effect of earthquakes on water distribution systems. 1941.

item 13

Howe and Peters, Consulting Civil Engineers, and Charles Gilman Hyde

 

Engineers report on a municipal water supply for the City of Petaluma, California. 1921.

item 14

Howe and Peters, Consulting Civil Engineers, and Charles Gilman Hyde

 

Engineers report on an adequate sewerage system and method of sewage disposal for the City of Petaluma, California. 1924.

item 15

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

An extensive outbreak of gastro-enteritis in the City of Alameda, California, from polluted water consequent upon defective well casings. Berkeley, Calif.: C.G. Hyde, 1944.

item 16

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Float surveys and wrought iron pipe outfalls at Santa Cruz, California. [1928?].

item 17

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Gas collection and utilization. Berkeley, Calif.: C.G. Hyde, 1944.

Box BOX 2, item 19

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Improved sewerage and outfall works for the City of Santa Cruz, California. 1928.

item 20

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

The improvement of the water supply of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 1904.

item 21

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

The influence of the war on sanitary engineering. 1943.

item 22

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Informal comments on the report of the Special Committee of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce dated November 23, 1926 on the proposed south outfall of the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts. 1927.

item 23

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Municipal water supplies in California. 1939.

item 24

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Notes on a water supply for the East Bay Cities utilizing the flood or high-stage waters of the lower Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers and a comparison with the proposed Mokelumne Project. 1924.

item 25

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Notice to bidders, proposal, contract, specifications and form of bond for the supplying, laying-out and construction of systems of sewerage, sewage disposal and water supply for the University Farm, Davis, Yolo County, California. 1908.

Box BOX 3, item 28

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Outline of an investigation of the character and quality of the waters of the southerly portion of Monterey Bay (Monterey Harbor), California, of the direction and velocity of the currents therein, and of certain other factors affecting the interests of the Del Monte Properties Company. 1925.

item 30

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Preliminary conclusions concerning the availability of water of suitable quality in respect to chloride content for the purposes of a public water supply from Sacramento River at Seal Bluff intake and at San Francisco - Sacramento Railroad (O.A.&E.) Ferry. 1929.

item 31

Hyde, Charles Gilman, et al.

 

Preliminary notes, report, auxiliary papers and data relating to the irrigation of a tract of land in the lower San Joaquin Valley, California. 1906-1909

item 32

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A preliminary report upon the feasibility of obtaining an independent supply of water for a tract of land, near Redwood, California to be developed for residential purposes by B.G. White, Esq. 1906.

item 33

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Preliminary report upon the Grizzly Flat Dam and Reservoir Project, Watsonville water supply, Watsonville, California. [Berkeley, Calif.: C.G. Hyde], 1931.

item 34

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Preliminary report upon the sanitation of Blue Rock Springs Park, for the City of Vallejo. 1938.

Box BOX 4, item 35

Hyde, Charles Gilman, Herbert B. Foster and C.G. Gillespie

 

Preliminary studies, North Bay Water District. 1922.

item 36

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

The production of a safe and satisfactory water supply. 1922.

item 38

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Public and private ground water supplies in California with special reference to their composition and hygienic safety. [1914?].

item 39

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Public fishing in the peninsular reservoirs of the San Francisco Water Department. [Berkeley, Calif.: C.G. Hyde], 1941.

item 40

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

The public health of the soldier in training. [Berkeley, Calif.: C.G. Hyde, 1940?].

item 42

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Quality standards for American water supplies. [Berkeley, Calif.: C.G. Hyde], 1922.

item 43

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Recent developments in the chemical treatment of sewage in the United States outside of California. [Berkeley, Calif.: C.G. Hyde], 1933.

item 44

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

The relative safety of drinking waters obtained from various possible sources. [Berkeley, Calif.: C.G. Hyde], 1909.

item 45-46

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report, Department of Sanitation, Peoples Water Company, Oakland, California [ February 1907-August l, 1909]. [Berkeley, Calif.: C.G. Hyde], 1908-1909.

item 47

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report and recommendations of the grand jury relative to a continuation of the program of shore cleansing for City and County of San Francisco. 1939.

item 48

Hyde, Charles Gilman and A. Kempkey

 

Report in re the extension of water service to a portion of the Mountain View area by the City of Martinez. 1941.

item 49

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report of the investigating committee to the Joint Legislative Pollution Committee of the State of Nevada upon the operations of the Crown Willamette Paper Company as affecting Truckee River in the State of Nevada. 1929.

Box BOX 5, item 50

Hyde, Charles Gilman and Morris Kay Snyder

 

Report upon a proposed highway connection between southwestern Washington and U.S. Highway no. 10 through Cedar River Watershed above Landsberg. 1945.

item 51

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report on sewage disposal and outfall sewer, Salada Beach, California. 1908.

item 52

Hyde, Charles Gilman Hyde and Brown and Caldwell

 

Report on the collection, treatment and disposal of the sewage and storm drainage of the City of Watsonville, California. Berkeley, Calif.: C.G. Hyde; San Francisco, Calif.: Brown and Caldwell, 1953.

item 53

Caldwell, David H., Charles Gilman Hyde, and A.M. Rawn

 

Report on the collection, treatment and disposal of the sewage of San Diego County, California. San Diego, Calif.: San Diego County Sewerage Survey, 1952.

item 54

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report on the enlargement of the water works system of the City of Modesto, California as related to additional supply and increased storage of water. 1946.

item 55

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report on the practicability and propriety of disposing of garbage in the sewers of San Francisco. 1935.

item 56

Eddy, Harrison P., et al.

 

Report on the treatment and disposal of the sewage of the City and County of San Francisco, California, to Mr. W.H. Worden, Director, Dept. of Public Works, San Francisco, California. 1935.

WRCA has another copy: G479 F5

item 57

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report relative to the propriety of opening Lake San Leandro to public fishing. 1938.

Box BOX 6, item 58

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report upon an extended and improved sewage treatment plant for the City of San Luis Obispo, California. 1933.

item 59

Miller, Frank C., Charles Gilman Hyde, and George H. Wilhelm

 

A report upon an investigation of pumping conditions and results of tests of performance of the Alberger-Curtis steam-turbine centrifugal pumping unit in the City Water Works Pumping Station, Sacramento, California. 1915.

item 60

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon a possible development of water power from the Rogue River at Hell's Gate, Josephine County, Oregon. 1907.

item 61

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon a possible development of water power from the Rogue River at Horseshoe Bend, Josephine County, Oregon. 1906.

Box BOX 7, item 62

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon a possible development of water power from the Rogue River at the Devil's Stairs, Curry County, Oregon. 1907.

item 63

Greeley, Samuel A., Charles Gilman Hyde, and Franklin Thomas

 

A report upon a program of sewerage and sewage treatment and disposal for the City of Los Angeles, California and certain of its environs. 1939.

item 64

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report upon a proposed filtered water supply for the City of Sacramento, California. 1909.

item 65

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report upon a purified drinking water supply for the Pennsylvania Steel Company, Steelton, Pennsylvania. 1903.

item 66

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report upon a series of tests of an ever ready automatic water supply system - reciprocating pump type rated capacity = 225 gallons per hour. 1932.

item 67

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon a site for a possible water power development on the Klamath River, in Klamath County, Oregon, in Townships 41 south, ranges 5 and 6 east, W.M. 1908.

Box BOX 8, item 68

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon a system of sewerage and the disposal of sewage of the City of Oakdale, Stanislaus County, California. 1912.

item 69

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report upon a system of slow sand filtration for the water supply of Bonny Meads Farm (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania). 1905.

item 70

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon a typhoid fever epidemic in Haverhill, Massachusetts in 1897. [Massachusetts State Board of Health, Engineering Dept.?], 1897.

item 71

Hyde, Charles Gilman and Harold Farnsworth Gray

 

A report upon certain hydraulic and sanitary features of the proposed Meeker Avenue interceptor sewer project for the City of Richmond, California. 1943.

item 72

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon certain structural changes in the tubular well, piping, pumping and reservoir system of the water supply of the City and County Alms-House, San Francisco, California. 1906.

item 73

Nishkian, L.H., and Charles Gilman Hyde

 

A report upon extended and improved sewerage and the treatment and disposal of the sewage of the City of Petaluma, Sonoma County, California. 1933.

item 74

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon improved sewage disposal for the town of Westwood, Lassen County, California. 1937.

item 75

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon methods and cost of purifying the water of Lake Merced for the Spring Valley Water Company, San Francisco, California. Berkeley, Calif.: C.G. Hyde, 1911.

item 76

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon methods and cost of purifying the water of Lobos Creek for the use of the Spring Valley Water Company, San Francisco, California. 1911.

Box BOX 9, item 77

Hyde, Charles Gilman, George H. Wilhelm, and Frank C. Miller

 

A report upon possible sources of water supply for the City of Sacramento, California. 1916.

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Box BOX 10, item 78

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report upon sewage disposal for New Camp California Oilfields, Ltd. 1911.

item 79

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon storm water and sewage flow from a portion of Point Richmond, Richmond, California. 1907.

item 80

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the availability and quality of the high stage waters of the Lower Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers as a possible source of additional water supply for the East Bay Water Company, Oakland, California. 1924.

Box BOX 11, item 81

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report upon the availability of water of suitable quality in respect to chloride content for the purposes of a public water supply from lower Sacramento River at Seal Bluff intake (Bay Point) and at San Francisco-Sacramento Railroad (O.A.&E.) Ferry. [Berkeley, Calif.: C.G. Hyde], 1929.

item 82

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the chemical treatment of sewage with particular reference to clarification by the use of ferric chloride to meet the conditions of the north shore of San Francisco. 1933.

item 83

Rawn, A. M. , Charles Gilman Hyde and Franklin Thomas.

 

Report upon the collection treatment and disposal of sewage and industrial wastes of Orange County, California. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Edwards Brothers, Inc., 1947.

Box BOX 12, item 84

Hyde, Charles Gilman, and George Leonard Sullivan

 

Santa Clara County sewage disposal survey; report upon the collection, treatment and disposal of sewage and industrial wastes of Santa Clara County, California. [Ann Arbor, Mich.: Edwards Brothers], 1946 [i. e. 1947].

item 85

Hyde, Charles Gilman, Harold Farnsworth Gray, and A.M. Rawn

 

Report upon the collection, treatment and disposal of sewage and industrial wastes of the East bay cities, California, to the mayor and council representing the city of Berkeley as the sponsoring agent for the seven cooperating cities: Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland, Piedmont, and Richmond. 1941.

item 86

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the disposal of the sewage from the Hotel Niles, Alturas, Modoc County, California. 1913.

Box BOX 13, item 87

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the disposal of the trade wastes from the plant of the Anaheim Sugar Company, Anaheim, California. 1913.

item 88

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the feasibility and economy of salvaging waste waters at the Pleasanton plant of the Kaiser Paving Company. 1933.

item 89

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the feasibility of certain water power developments on the Grande Ronde River, in Washington, and the use of hydro-electric power for helper service. 1908.

item 90

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the holdings of the Siskiyou Electric Power Company on the Klamath River, at Big Bend, Siskiyou County, California, as a site for hydroelectric power development. 1907.

Box BOX 14, item 91

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the holdings of the Southern Pacific Company on the Klamath River, in Klamath County, Oregon, as a site for hydro-electric power development. 1907.

item 92

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the McKenzie Drainage Basin as a source of water power. 1906.

item 93

Hyde, Charles Gilman, and H.B. Kitchen

 

Report upon the outfall sewerage and sewage disposal of the City of Watsonville, California. 1925.

item 94

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report upon the performance of the Richmond-Sunset sewage treatment plant with respect to the bacteriological character of the effluent discharged through the Mile Rock sewer outfall. 1943.

item 95

Hyde, Charles Gilman, Charles Atwood Kofoid, and Wilfred Francis Langelier

 

Reports upon the pollution of Truckee River by the wastes of the mill of the Crown Willamette Paper Company at Floriston, California. 1926.

item 96

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the pollution of Truckee River by wastes from the paper mill of the Crown Willamette Paper Company at Floriston, California. 1918.

item 97

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report upon the probable cost of certain suggested improvements in the water works system of Watsonville, California. 1929.

item 98

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report upon the problem and upon a proposed plant for the softening of the water supply. 1941.

Box BOX 15, item 99

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the projected sewerage and sewage treatment and disposal works for the city of Visalia, Tulare County, California. 1914.

item 100

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the San Joaquin River as a source of public water supply for the City of San Francisco, California. 1906.

item 101

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the San Joaquin River as a supplementary source of public water supply for the Spring Valley Water Company, San Francisco, California. 1911.

item 102

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the sewerage and sewage disposal of the City of Gridley, Butte County, California. 1913.

item 103

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the sewerage and sewage disposal of the City of Orange, Orange County, California. 1913.

Box BOX 16, item 104

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the sewerage and sewage disposal of the City of Placerville, El Dorado County, California. 1913.

item 105

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the sewerage and sewage disposal of the City of Whittier, Los Angeles County, California. 1917.

item 106

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the sewerage and sewage disposal of the Newcastle Sanitary District, Newcastle, Placer County, California. 1913.

item 107

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the sewerage and sewage disposal of the Town of Dunsmuir, Siskiyou County, California. 1913.

item 108

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the disposal of the sewage of "Sierra Madre Canyon Park", otherwise known as the Santa Anita Water Company's Tract, and certain adjacent lands in the Little Santa Anita Canyon, City of Sierra Madre, Los Angeles County, California. 1914.

item 109

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the sewerage and the disposal of the sewage of the City of Hanford, Kings County, California. 1912.

Box BOX 17, item 110

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the Siskiyou Electric Power Company's Fall Creek and Shasta River Hydro-electric plants, power transmission lines and sub-stations: their present and future development, equipment and value. 1907.

item 111

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report upon the use of chlorinated clay-sludge in its application to the treatment of sewage and a presentation and discussion of the results obtained in an experimental treatment of Berkeley sewage on April 15, 1932. 1932.

item 112

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the disposal of the wastes of the Hayward Steam Laundry near Hayward, Alameda County, California. 1913.

item 113

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report with certain special suggestions and comments upon the plans and specifications for the reconstruction of the water works system of Modesto, California as devised by Messrs. Roberts and Denicke Engineers. 1912.

item 114

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Review of designs for an experimental sewage treatment plant for the conduct of the chlorinated clay-sludge process for the Great Western Electro-Chemical Company. 1932.

item 115

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A review of progress in sewage treatment during the past fifty years in the United States. 1938.

Box BOX 18, item 116

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

The sanitary control of community water supplies as illustrated by work of Department of Sanitation of the Peoples Water Company, Oakland, California. [1908?].

item 117

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Sanitary engineering as a vocation. 1933.

item 119

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report upon the sanitary quality of the Owens River water supply delivered to consumers in Los Angeles through the Los Angeles Aqueduct System. 1915.

Additional Note

WRCA has another copy: G46072 D5
item 120

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Sewage disposal practice in Europe. 1929.

item 123

Hyde, Charles Gilman, John Oliver, and A.M. Rawn

 

Sewerage and drainage of the Greater Vancouver area, British Columbia: a report to the Chairman and members Vancouver and Districts Joint Sewerage and Drainage Board. [Vancouver, B.C.: Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage Survey], 1953.

item 124

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

The sewerage and sewage disposal problem with especial reference to Sonoma conditions. 1910.

item 127

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Some comments on refuse disposal in the United States and a discussion of the Beccari process of garbage treatment. 1932.

item 128

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Some comments on sewage disposal practice in Europe. 1929.

item 129

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Some comments on sewage treatment problems and trends. 1935.

item 130

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Some comments on the thermophilic digestion of municipal garbage and sewage sludge with analogies. 1932.

item 132

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Some European experiences and impressions. 1923.

item 133

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Some lessons in public health taught by recent experience of the United States Army. 1941.

item 135

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Some newer developments in the field of sanitary engineering. 1932.

item 136

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Some observations and impressions of engineering, especially municipal engineering, in Europe. 1930.

item 137

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Specifications and plans, operating directions and miscellaneous papers relating to the sewerage and sewage disposal of the Public School of San Lorenzo, California. 1912.

item 138

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Specifications and plans, operating directions, photographs and other data relating to the sewerage and sewage disposal of the Shasta County Hospital, Redding, California. [Berkeley, Calif.: C.G. Hyde], 1912.

item 141

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Standards and criteria of sewage treatment plant operation. [1941?].

item 142

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A study of typhoid fever in Lynn, Massachusetts, from Jan. 1, 1895 to March 24, 1898. [Massachusetts State Board of Health?], 1898.

Box BOX 19, item 143

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Teaching the topic of surface run-off in water supply and sewerage Courses. 1940.

item 144

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Tentative draft of memoranda concerning the work of a Bureau of Public Health Engineering for a proposed manual for health officers. 1937.

item 146

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

The value of good water to a community. 1934.

item 147

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Water purification - some reminiscences. 1944.

item 148

Hyde, Charles Gilman, and George Leonard Sullivan

 

Report on the 1949 program of metering, sampling and analysis of sewage and industrial waste. 1950.

item 149

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report on the collection, treatment and disposal of the industrial wastes and sewage of the City of Modesto and its environs, Stanislaus County, California. 1946.

item 150

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report upon the disposal of sewage of the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts and of certain areas in the City of Los Angeles, California, for the Chamber of Commerce, San Pedro, California. 1926.

Box BOX 20, item 151

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon a system of sewerage and the disposal of the sewage of the town of Rio Vista, California. 1911.

item 152

Hyde, Charles Gilman, and George Leonard Sullivan

 

Report to the County Planning Commission on the collection, treatment and disposal of the sewage of Santa Cruz County, California. 1947.

item 153

Hyde, Charles Gilman.

 

Data on the sanitary fill method of refuse disposal [in the San Francisco Bay area]. 1920-1940.

item 154

Jenks, Harry N.

 

Oakland city wastes collection and disposal. Berkeley, Calif.: California State Board of Health, Bureau of Sanitary Engineering, 1919.

item 155

Hyde, Charles Gilman.

 

[Sanitary landfill: aerial photos, correspondence, maps regarding South San Francisco site]. 1944.

item 155.1

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Aerial photographs, sanitary fill, San Francisco. 1933-1944.

Additional Note

56 photographs: b&w; 7 x 8 cm.-19 x 25 cm. + 15 negatives.
item 156

Fiacsan, J., and B. Benas

 

Derivation of formulae and computations for surge chamber design. 1935.

Box BOX 21, item 157

Hyde, Charles Gilman, and George Leonard Sullivan

 

Santa Cruz County sewage disposal survey, 1946-1947: report to the County Planning Commission on the collection, treatment and disposal of the sewage of Santa Cruz County, California. 1947.

item 158

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

Report on the relative economy and other considerations determining a future policy and program of sewerage and sewage disposal involving the continuance of the existing Tri-City Treatment and Disposal Works with suitable modifications and extensions or joining the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts. 1945.

item 159

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

[Municipal refuse collection and disposal; correspondence, news-clippings, notes]. 1918-1945.

item 160

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A discussion of the sewerage, sewage treatment and disposal problem of the Bakersfield area and an outline of investigations to determine its physical and economic solution. 1949.

item 161

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the behavior of the leadite joints in the Suscol pipe line of the California and Hawaiian Sugar Refining Corporation, Ltd., and appurtenant material. 1933.

Box BOX 22, item 162

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

A report upon the sewerage and sewage disposal of the properties of the Weed Lumber Company, Weed, Siskiyou County, California. 1914.

item 163

Hyde, Charles Gilman, and Walter C. Howe

 

Report upon improved sewerage and sewage disposal for the City of Santa Cruz, California. 1925-1926.

item 164

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

[San Rafael outfall sewerage: pumping plant and outfall studies]. [Berkeley, Calif.: C.G. Hyde], 1928.

item 165

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

[Disposal in Sacramento River of untreated wastes from proposed plant of California Development Company / by Charles Gilman Hyde. [Berkeley, Calif.: C.G. Hyde], 1928.

Box BOX 23, item 166

Gleason, George B., and Charles Gilman Hyde

 

A report upon the design of a storm sewer system for the City of Modesto, California. 1921.

item 167

Hyde, Charles Gilman

 

[Board of Consultants, Division of Water Resources, State Water Resources Board.]. 1954-1956.