Correspondence, reports, hydrological data, maps and memoranda pertaining to reservoirs, canals, water delivery systems, flood
control and irrigation projects, water supply and land appraisals throughout California and southern Oregon, with particular
reference to units of the Central Valley Project.
Bernard Alfred Etcheverry served the University of California, Berkeley, continuously for forty-six years and for a total
of forty-seven years. His first appointment was as Instructor in Civil Engineering, held during the academic year 1902-1903.
After two years as Associate Professor of Civil Engineering and Physics at the University of Nevada, he returned to Berkeley
in 1905 to serve successively as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor of Irrigation and Drainage until
his retirement in 1951. Throughout that time he acted first as Chairman of the Department, later the Division of Irrigation.
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