Correspondence, reports, photographs, and miscellaneous material, relating to various bridges, dams, water supply systems,
and hydroelectric power installations in California, including the Hetch Hetchy Project, the Los Angeles Aqueduct, the Golden
Gate Bridge, the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, and to electrical distribution systems in California and British Columbia.
John Debo Galloway, the son of James and Emily Myers (Hoover) Galloway, was born on October 13, 1869, at San Jose, Calif.
His ancestors were residents of Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania prior to the American Revolution. His parents died
when he was still quite young. Left to his own resources, one of his dominant characteristics, self-reliance, early came to
the fore. His boyhood experiences, some of which were acquired at Virginia City, Nev., bound, when that city was the center
of the great mining activity incident to the discovery and development of the famous Comstock Lode, made a deep impression
upon him. At the age of eight he was taken to live with friends in Napa Valley, California.
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