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Inventory of the B. Abbott Goldberg Papers, 1955-1966
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Box Box 1, Folder 1.

"Interposition wild west water style" by B. Abbott Goldberg, 1964.

Physical Description: 327 leaves. Typescript photocopy with hand-written notes.
Folder 2.

Binder labelled LEGISLATIVE HISTORY: SAN LUIS ACT OF 1959; WARREN ACT OF 1911. (Partial contents)

 

Congressional record--Senate. v. 105, 4/30/59, p. 7196.

 

---. v. 105, 5/1/59, p. 7296.

 

---. v. 105, 5/5/59, pp. 7412, 7477, 7483-7498.

 

---. v. 105, 5/7/59, pp. 7646, 7665-7691.

 

---. v. 105, 5/11/59, pp. 7849-7877.

 

---. v. 105, 5/12/59, pp. 7986-8001.

 

---. v. 105, 5/14/59, pp. 8165, 8214.

 

H.R. 7155 (86th Congress, 1st session), May 14, 1959. Mr. Sisk introduces...a bill to authorize construction, San Luis Unit, Central Valley Project.

 

Congressional record--House. v. 106, 5/17/60, pp. 10448-10471.

 

---. v. 106, 5/18/60, pp. 10553-10566.

 

---. v. 106, 5/19/60, pp. 10693-10694.

 

S. 44 (86th Congress, 1st session), House, May 14, 1959. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to construct the San Luis Unit of the Central Valley Project.

 

Congressional record---Senate, v. 106, 5/19/60, pp. 10695-10696.

 

---. v. 106, 6/3/60, p. 11783.

 

---. v. 108, 4/2/62, pp. 5238-5284.

 

---. v. 108, 4/10/62, pp. 5746-5750.

 

---. v. 108, 5/4/62, pp. 7215-7222.

 

---. v. 108, 10/13/62, pp. 22171-22212.

 

Report no. 442, Senate (61st Congress, 2d session), March 23, 1910. "Contracts for disposition of waters of projects under Reclamation Act."

Physical Description: 3 p.
 

Congressional record---Senate, v. 45, 3/25/10, pp. 3740-3748.

 

---. v. 45, 4/5/10, pp. 4259-4263.

 

---. v. 45, 4/6/10, pp. 4314-4325.

 

---. v. 45, 4/14/10, pp. 4662-4669.

 

Report no. 1410, House (61st Congress, 2d session), May 26, 1910. "Surplus waters of projects under Reclamation Act."

Physical Description: 3 leaves. (Union calendar no. 262).
 

Report no. 2002, House (61st Congress, 3d session), Jan. 27, 1911. "Disposition of surplus waters of projects under the Reclamation Act."

Physical Description: 3 leaves. (Union calendar no. 356).
 

Congressional record---House. 1911. p. 2109.

 

---. 1911. p. 2615.

 

Report no. 2168, House (61st Congress, 3d session), Feb. 15, 1911. "Contracts for disposition of waters of projects under Reclamation Act."

 

Congressional record---Senate. 1911. p. 2755.

 

Congressional record--House. v. 46, 2/17/11, pp. 2780-2784.

Folder 3.

Binder labelled LEGISLATIVE HISTORY, RECLAMATION ACT OF 1902.

 

Congressional record---Senate. 1/21/35, p. 813.

 

---. 1/28/02, p. 1047.

 

---. 2/6/02, pp. 1383-1386.

 

---. 2/24/02, p. 2134.

 

---. 2/28/02, pp. 2218-2224.

 

---. 3/1/02, p. 2276-2285.

 

Congressional record---House. 3/4/02, pp. 2380-2381.

 

---. 4/7/02, p. 3812.

 

---. 6/12/02, pp. 6669-6708.

 

---. 6/13/02, pp. 6722-6779.

 

---. 6/14/02, p. 6794.

 

---. 6/16/02, p. 6892.

 

Congressional record---Senate. 6/17/02, p. 6895.

 

---. 6/18/02, p. 6977.

 

Senate report no. 2308 (56th Congress, 2d session), 1901. "Construction of reservoirs, etc.",

Physical Description: 7 p.
 

House report no. 2927 (56th Congress, 2d session), 1901. Parts 1-6, "Reclamation of arid lands".

 

Senate report no. 254 (57th Congress, 1st session), 1902. "Reclamation of arid lands",

Physical Description: 9 p.
 

House report no. 794, Parts 1-2. (57th Congress, 1st session), 1902. "Reclamation of arid lands."

 

House report no. 1468 (57th Congress, 1st session), 1902. "Reclamation of arid lands."

Box Box 2, Folder 4.

Binder labelled SAN LUIS RESEARCH MATERIALS AND NOTES, April 26, 1962. (Partial contents)

 

Letter, 6/4/27. To Secretary of the Interior from Office of the Solicitor, E.O. Patterson. Opinion M 22401.

Physical Description: 7 leaves.
 

Memorandum, 3/22/57. To Secretary of the Interior from Deputy Solicitor Edmund T. Fritz. "Utilization of lands in the Navajo Indian Reservation for Glen Canyon Dam and Reservoir".

Physical Description: 12 leaves.
 

Letter, 7/1/14. To Secretary of the Interior from Chief Counsel Will R. King, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. "Interpretation of meaning of proviso of section 3 of the Act of August 9, 1912 (37 Stat., 265)".

Physical Description: 3 leaves.
 

Legislative history [of San Luis Act], by Ralph Brody.

Physical Description: 14 leaves.
 

Memorandum, 12/3/61. [To Secretary of the Interior?] from [Office of the Solicitor?]. "Excess land limitations, San Luis Unit, Central Valley Project".

Physical Description: 42 leaves. Noted "confidential".
 

"The San Luis legislative controversy" by Angus McDonald. 1961.

Physical Description: 57 leaves. Typescript photocopy.
 

Memorandum (draft), 5/28/59. To Ralph M. Brody from P.A. Towner. "Applicability of excess land provisions to the State's Service area under S.44 as adapted by the U.S. Senate, May 12, 1959."

Physical Description: 21 leaves.
 

Memorandum, 11/1/57. To the Secretary of the Interior from Elmer F. Bennett, Solicitor. "Responsibility of the Secretary of the Interior under the Flood Control Act of 1944 for irrigation functions at dam and reservoir projects operated under the direction of the Secretary of the Army."

Physical Description: 41 leaves.
Folder 5.

Binder labelled SAN LUIS OPINIONS AND ACT.

 

Public law 86-488, 86th Congress, S. 44, 6/3/1960. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to construct the San Luis project...

Physical Description: 5 leaves.
 

"Illegality of the agreement dated December 30, 1961, between United States of America and California respecting San Luis Project".

Physical Description: 10 leaves, typescript (carbon). Handwritten note: "Rec'd from Sen. Morse April 10, 1962.
 

Statement of Senator Wayne Morse before Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs on San Luis agreement, April 10, 1962.

Physical Description: 7 leaves, typescript.
 

Letter, 11/29/61. To Frank J. Barry, Solicitor, Dept. of the Interior from B. Abbott Goldberg, Deputy Director and Special Counsel to the Governor on Water Problems.

Physical Description: 45 leaves. (Supplementing an earlier opinion; concluding that acreage limitation is not applicable to proposed agreement between U.S. and State of California for the construction and operation of the joint-use facilities of the San Luis unit.)
 

Letter, 12/29/61. To the Secretary of the Interior from Robert F. Kennedy, Attorney General of the U.S.

Physical Description: 3 leaves. (Concurs that San Luis Act does not require that agreement contain provisions imposing acreage restriction upon the State service area.)
 

Letter, 12/26/61. To the Attorney General from Stewart Udall, Secretary of the Interior.

Physical Description: 1 leaf; 2 enclosures. (Encl. 1: "Agreement with State of California for construction of San Luis unit, Central Valley Project", M-36635, [2] leaves; Memorandum to the Secretary from Frank J. Barry, The Solicitor. 37 leaves. Encl. 2: "Proposed repayment contracts - Kings and Kern River Projects", M-36634. 68 leaves.)
Folder 6.

Binder labelled LEGISLATIVE HISTORY 89TH CONGRESS, LOWER COLORADO RIVER BILLS. (Partial contents)

 

Letter, 5/18/65. To Senator Henry M. Jackson from Stewart Udall, Secretary of the Interior.

Physical Description: 14 leaves. (Report and endorsement on S. 75 and S. 1019.)
 

Letter, 5/10/65. To Senator Henry M. Jackson from Deputy Director, Bureau of the Budget.

Physical Description: 8 leaves. (Report on S. 75 and S. 1019.)
 

Congressional record--House. 3/16/65, pp. 4970-4971. "Don't drown the Grand Canyon", Mr. Saylor.

 

Congressional record--Senate. 3/1/65, pp. 3658-3662. "Construction of Bridge Canyon Dam on the Lower Colorado River Basin", Mr. Kuchel.

Folder 7.

Binder labelled FEDERAL POWER ACT LEGISLATIVE HISTORY. (Partial contents)

 

Senate report no. 180, (66th Congress, 1st session), 1919. "Development of water power",

Physical Description: 20 p.
 

House report no. 16, (64th Congress, 1st session), 1916. "Water-power development and use of public lands",

Physical Description: 16 p.
 

Senate report no. 898, (63rd Congress, 3d session), 1915. "Development of water power",

Physical Description: 13 p.
 

---. Part II,

Physical Description: 23 p.
 

House report no. 842, (63rd Congress, 2d session), 1914. "Development of water power, etc.",

Physical Description: 13 p.
 

Hearings before the Committee on the Public Lands, House, 63rd Congress, 2d session on H.R. 14893, 1914. ("To provide for the development of water power and the use of public lands in relation thereto, and for other purposes." pp. 1-46, 189, 190-233)

Folder 8.

Binder labelled HOUSE HEARINGS ON RECLAMATION BILLS, January 1901; HOUSE AND SENATE REPORTS ON RECLAMATION BILLS, March and April 1902.

 

U.S. Congress, House. Committee on Public Land. Hearings before the... relating to the reclamation and disposal of the arid public lands of the West: January 11 to 30, 1901. Washington, GPO, 1911.

Physical Description: 135 leaves (photocopy).
Box Box 3, Folder 9.

Binder labelled MATERIALS ON S. 1275. (Partial contents)

 

Statement in opposition to AJR 2 and S. 1275 by B. Abbott Goldberg, Chief Deputy Director, California State Dept. of Water Resources. Prepared for presentation to the California Senate Committee on Water, March 9, 1964.

Physical Description: 8 leaves.
 

Statement in opposition to S. 1275 by B. Abbott Goldberg. Prepared for presentation before the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, U.S. Senate, March 10 and 11, 1964. 22,

Physical Description: 6 leaves.
 

Memorandum, March 6, 1964. To the Hon. Henry M. Jackson, Chair, Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs from Nicholas deB. Katzenbach, Deputy Attorney General.

Physical Description: 12 leaves. (Re S. 1275, "to clarify the relationship of interests of the United States and of the States in the use of the waters of certain streams.")
 

Senate Journal, March 10, 1964, pp. 131-138. Statement by James A. Cobey; S. 1275, introduced by Senator Kuchel.

 

Congressional Record--Senate, February 28, 1964, pp. 3805-3807. "Removing objections to regional water planning and federal projects."

 

Letter, 2/13/64. To James H. Krieger, Chair, Southern California Water Conference from Richard D. Andrews, Minority Council, Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

Physical Description: 14 leaves. (Promoting S. 1275.)
 

House resolution 9364 (88th Congress, 1st session), 1963. "A bill to clarify relationship of interests of the United States and of the States in the use of the waters of certain streams."

Physical Description: 3 leaves.
 

Reprint of Congressional record, v. 109, no. 173, Tuesday Oct. 29, 1963. "Sound water rights...", speech by Senator Jordon of Idaho.

Physical Description: 4 p.
 

Congressional record--Senate, April 4, 1963, pp. 5377-5379. "Federal-State water rights..." (Senator Kuchel introducing S. 1275.)

 

S. 1275, 88th Congress, 1st session, April 4, 1963. (Kuchel, Jordan and Moss introduce a bill to clarify the relationship of interests of the United States and of the States in the use of the waters of certain streams.)

 

Congressional reoord--Senate, March 1963, pp. 3951-3953. "Federal State water rights -- must there be conflict?" (Speech by Senator Moss.)

 

Letter, 12/5/60, to Gov. Edmund G. Brown from Burnham Enersen.

Physical Description: 2 leaves. (Enclosure: "Water rights - state vs. federal" by Burnham Enersen," 12 leaves.)
Folder 10.

Binder labelled LETTER TO GOVERNOR EDMUND G. BROWN FROM LELAND O. GRAHAM, 11/1/59 WITH EXHIBITS "A" TO "I" INCLUSIVE AND APPENDICES.

 

Letter, 11/1/59. To Gov. Edmund G. Brown from Leland O. Graham, Special Consultant.

Physical Description: 43 leaves, carbon typescript. ("...on the matter of unjust enrichment" in the operation of the State Water Resources Development System.)
 

Exhibit A: Memorandum from Norman Sturm to W.R. Gianelli, 8/7/59, 2 leaves; Exhibit B: Tabulation of Private Landownership by Size Groups, Kern County, 1 leaf; Exhibit C: Itemization of Private Landownerships in excess of 10,000 Acres, Kern County, 1 leaf; Exhibit D: "Kern County Land Company is Big Factor in Area Economy", 2 leaves; Exhibit E: Reproduction of letter from six California Congressmen to Attorney General Edmund G. Brown, February 4, 1957. 1 leaf; Exhibit F: Text of H.R. No. 293, California Legislature, 1959 Regular Session. 2 leaves; Exhibit G: "A Statement of Policy Definign the Term 'Unjust Enrichment...', by Assemblyman Charles B. Garrigus, September 25, 1959, 3 leaves; Exhibit H: Tabulation of Status of Excess Land as of June 30, 1957, Friant-Kern and Madera Canals Service Areas, 1 leaf; Exhibit I: Summary "Evaluation of Approaches for Equitable Distribution of Benefits and Costs from State Water Development Projects", August 25, 1959, 3 leaves; Appendix: Weeks, "Equitable Distribution of Benefits and Costs from State Water Development Projects", October 15, 1959. 40 leaves, photocopy.

 

Policy recommended for adoption to implement the State Water Resources Development System, prepared by the Director of Water Resources' Special Study Group. November 1959.

Physical Description: 31 leaves.
 

Outline of discussion with Governor Brown, Nov. 4, 1959.

Physical Description: 5 leaves.
Folder 11.

Binder labelled STATUTORY INTERPRETATION. (Reprints and notes on this subject.)

Folder 12.

Some aspects of Federal-State relationships in California water resources development, by Leland O. Graham.

Physical Description: 280 leaves, (typescript).
Box Box 4, Folder 13.

Binder labelled BURNS-PORTER ACT, LEGISLATIVE HISTORY, COMPILED BY J. ROBERT BURTON, JULY-AUGUST 1959.

Scope and Content Note

(Includes excerpts of all pertinent Senate and Assembly Journal entries, Senate bills, and "Proposed amendments to Constitution...to be submitted to the electors...election Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1960." (18 p.)).
Folder 14.

Binder labelled LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT ACT OF 1933. (Partial contents)

 

Referendum pamphlet on Central Valley Project Act, 1933.

Physical Description: 11 p.
 

California Statutes, Chapter 1042, pp. 2643-2664.

 

Excerpts from Assembly and Senate Journals, 1933.

 

Bond Act proposed by the California Water Resources Commission, 1931.

 

Central Valley Project Act in various stages of amendment.

Folder 15.

The California water plan, California Dept. of Water Resources, Division of Resources Planning. May 1957. (Bulletin no. 3). (With handwritten annotations by B. Abbott Goldberg.)

Folder 16.

Contracts, cost allocations, financing for State water development: partial report of the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water. March 1960. (With handwritten annotations by B. Abbott Goldberg.)

Folder 17.

Decisions of the Dept. of the Interior: 68 I.D. 370, Kings and Kern River Projects; 68 I.D. 412; San Luis Unit, CVP; 68 I.D. 433, Recordable contracts.

Folder 18.

Letter, 12/3/59. To Ralph Brody, Dept. of Water Resources, from Stanley Mosk.

Physical Description: 3 leaves, typescript photocopy. (Can California Water Fund be used to pay interest cost of bonds issued pursuant to Burns-Porter Act?)
Folder 19.

Letter, 1/12/60. To Harvey O. Banks from P.A. Towner, Chief Counsel.

Physical Description: 14 leaves, typescript photocopy. (Legality of certain policies recommended to implement the State Water Resources Development System.)
Folder 20.

Letter, 7/9/60. To Fred A. Seaton, Secretary of the Interior, from Paul S. Taylor.

Physical Description: 5 leaves, typescript carbon. (Contract between the United States and the State of California.)
Folder 21.

Letter, 12/9/60. To Senator Morse, U.S. Senate, from Elmer F. Bennett, Secretary of the Interior.

Physical Description: 3 leaves, photocopy. (Re. San Luis project); letter, 9/22/60. To Fred A. Seaton Secretary of the Interior, from SenatorWayne Morris. 2 leaves, photocopy. (Re. San Luis Bill and contract between the U.S. and California.)
Folder 22.

Letter, [1/16/62?]. Draft. To Ass't Secretary Holum, from Solicitor and Commissioner of Reclamation.

Physical Description: 43 leaves, carbon typescript. (Negotiation of contracts between the U.S. and the Sacramento River diverters.)
Folder 23.

Letter, 1/18/62. To B. Abbott Goldberg, from Leland O. Graham.

Physical Description: [12] leaves, typescript. (Federal water rights for San Luis Unit.)
Folder 24.

Letter, 12/22/61. To Secretary of the Interior through Assistant Secretary Holum, from Floyd E. Dominy, Commissioner of Reclamation.

Physical Description: 4 leaves photocopy. (Re. San Luis Unit.)
Folder 25.

Letter, 5/16/62. To William E. Warne, Director, Dept. of Water Resources, from H.P. Dugan, Regional Director, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.

Physical Description: 3 leaves, typescript photocopy. (Re: joint operation of the CVP and the Feather River Project.)
Box Box 5, Folder 26.

United States of America, petitioner. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, United States of America, petitioner, v. United States District Court in and for the Southern Dist ict of California, Northern Division... Case no. 13891:

 

Motion for permission to file petition for writ of prohibition...

 

Amendment to petition.

 

Supplemental affidavit of Martin Blote.

 

Response to order to show cause.

 

Motion to vacate portion of order...

 

Motion of respondent judge to strike...

 

Motion to dismiss...

 

Affidavits of Martin H. Blote and Geoffrey D. Nielsen...

 

Motion for leave to file brief amicus curiae...

 

Affidavit of William A. Alexander.

 

Reply of United States with Appendix...

 

Trial brief...

 

Motion to join Martin Blote...

 

Answer to petitioner's petition...

 

Respondent's brief.

 

Amendment to answer to petition.

Folder 27.

Skeleton subject index to index to exhibits Rank v. Krug, no. 685-ND. November 25, 1952.

Folder 28.

Federal Supplement, vol. 142, no. 1, September 3, 1956, pages 1-272 (Rank v. Krug); vol. 90, pages 773-827. Friant-San Joaquin River litigation: [a compilation of all Rank v. Krug opinions published to-date, i.e. 1957. Several 1961-62 opinion later inserted by B.A. Goldberg.]

Box Box 6, Folder 29.

Handwritten notes for oral arguments before Supreme Court, Rank v. Krug, 1962.

Folder 30.

In the Supreme Court of the State of California, Madera Irrigation District, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. all persons, etc. Sac. no. 6489.

 

Opening brief for appellant, Madera Irrigation District.

 

Opening brief for appellant, State of California.

 

Opening brief of appellant, A. D. Edmonston.

 

Reply brief of respondents.

 

Closing brief for appellant Madera Irrigation District.

 

Reply brief of appellant, the State of California.

 

In the District Court of Appeal, State of California, Third Appellate District. Philip Albonico... responents, v. Mader Irrigation District...appellants. 3 Civil no. 8262.

 

Opening brief for appellants.

 

Closing brief for appellants.

 

Brief of amicus curiae, The Attorney General of the State of California, in support of appellants.

 

Supplement to brief...

 

Reply of amicus curiae.

 

Brief of the Attorney General.

 

In the Supreme Court of the State of California, Phillip Albonico, et al., plaintiffs and respondents, v. Madera Irrigation District, et al., defendents and appellants. (Sac. no. 6460).

 

Answer to petititon for a rehearing.

 

In the Supreme Court of the State of California, the Santa Barbara County Water Agency, plaintiff and respondent, v. all persons and parties, etc., defendents and appellants. (No. L.A. 22761).

 

Appellants reply to brief of Attorney General as amicus curiae in support of respondent.

Folder 31.

In the Supreme Court of the State of California, Wm. E. Warne, as Director of Water Resources, Petitioner, v. Hale Champion, as Director of Finance, Respondent. (Sac. 7496).

 

Petition for writ of mandate...

 

Brief of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California as amicus curiae.

 

Appendix volume.

 

In the Supreme Court of the State of California, California Water Resources Development Finance Committee, petitioner, v. Bert A. Betts, as Treasurer of the State of California, respondent. (Sac. 9497).

 

Brief of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California as amicus curiae.

 

In the Supreme Court of the State of California, Wm. E. Warne, as Director of Water Resources, petitioner, v. Robert L. Harkness, as Director of General Services, respondent. (Sac. 7496).

 

Reply to respondent's points and authorities and answer to amicus curiae brief...

 

Respondent's answer to amicus curiae brief.

Box Box 7, Folder 32.

In the Supreme Court of the State of California, California Water Resources Development Finance Committee, an agency of the State of California, petitioner, v. Bert A. Betts, as Treasurer of the State of California, respondent. (Sac. 7497).

 

Petition for writ of mandate and points and authorities in support thereof.

 

Alternative writ of mandate.

 

Reply to brief of amicus curiae.

 

Return to petition for writ of mandate.

 

Objections to the sufficiency of the answer and reply brief.

 

Stipulation for substitution of respondent.

 

Alternative writ of mandamus.

Folder 33.

In the Supreme Court of the State of California, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, petitioner, V. James J. Marquardt... respondent; the State of California, acting by and through its Dept. of Water Resources, Real Party in Interest. (L.A. 26662).

 

Petition for writ of mandate... and appendix volume.

 

Return and demurrer to petition for writ of mandate...

 

Demurrer to answer and brief.

Folder 34.

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Reply brief of the State of California.

 

Brief of amicus curiae in support of respondent.

 

Brief of amicus curiae on behalf of respondent.

 

Amici curiae brief on behalf of Kern County...

 

Amicus curiae brief of California State Grange.

 

Answer of the State of California to... California State Grange.

Box Box 8, Folder 35.

----.

 

Request for permission to file reply brief and reply brief of the California State Grange...

Folder 36.

----.

 

Request for permission to file and supplemental answer of State of California further responding to amicus curiae brief of California State Grange.

Folder 37.

In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1956. The Ivanhoe Irrigation District, plaintiff and appellant, v. all parties and persons, etc.... (no. 122, 123, 124, 125).

 

Jurisdictional statement...

 

Appendices to jurisdictional statement...

 

Motion to dismiss appeals and supporting brief.

 

Request for leave to file as amicus curiae...

 

Memorandum for the U.S. as amicus curiae...

 

Brief opposing motion to dismiss appeal.

 

Reply to memorandum for the U.S. as amicus curiae in support of jurisdiction.

Folder 38.

In the Supreme Court of the State of California in and for the County of Tulare, the Ivanhoe Irrigation District, plaintiff, v. all parties and persons, etc., defendents. (no. 39, 627)

 

Answering brief of the people of the State of California and Water Project Authority of the State of California.

 

In the Supreme Court of the State of California, The Ivanhoe Irrigation District, plaintiff, v. all parties and persons, etc., defendents. (L.A. no. 23043).

 

Opening brief of appellants, the State of California and the Ivanhoe Irrigation District.

 

Reply brief of respondent A.D. Edmonston, State Engineer and Chief of the Division of Water Resources...

 

Respondent McCracken's reply brief...

 

Opening brief of Ventura County Flood Control District, amicus curiae.

 

Joint reply brief of appellants.

 

Brief of Edson Abel, as amicus curiae.

 

Joint answer of appellants...

 

Supplemental references.

 

Petition for rehearing of the appellant...

Box Box 9, Folder 39.

----. (L.A. no.'s 23, 043, 22, 761); (Sac. no.'s 6460, 6489)

 

Joint brief of the State of California... in response to court's request of Feb. 27, 1959.

 

Opening brief...

 

Joint reply brief...

 

Reply brief on further proceedings...

 

Petition for permission to file a brief amicus curiae.

 

Memorandum of the U.S. of American amicus curiae...

Folder 40.

In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1957, no.'s 122, 123, 124, 125.

 

Appellants' opening brief.

 

Brief for the U.S. as amicus curiae.

 

Brief for appellees.

 

Amicus curiae brief in behalf of the American Farm Federation...

 

Brief on behalf of the Irrigation Districts Association of California...

 

Appellants reply brief...

 

Appellees' reply to brief for the U.S. as amicus curiae.

 

Petition for rehearing and clarification.

 

Opinion of the court.

Folder 41.

A.C. no. 16, (March 11, 1960). Albonico v. Madera Irrigation District; Ivanhoe Irrigation District v. all parties.