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  • Title Index

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    Title: John Stalker Longwell Papers,
    Date (inclusive): bulk 1910-1960
    Collection number: MS 80/12
    Creator: Longwell, John Stalker, 1887-1960
    Extent: ca. 8 linear ft. (17 boxes)
    Repository: Water Resources Collections and Archives
    Riverside, CA 92517-5900
    Shelf location: Water Resources Collections and Archives
    Language: English.

    Administrative Information

    Access

    Collection is open for research.

    Publication Rights

    Copyright has not been assigned to the Water Resources Collections and Archives. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Archives. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Water Resources Collections and Archives as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.

    Preferred Citation

    [Identification of item], John Stalker Longwell Papers, MS 80/12, Water Resources Collections and Archives, University of California, Riverside.

    Access Points

    American River Project
    La Mesa, Lemon Grove and Spring Valley Irrigation District
    San Diego County Water Authority
    Santa Clara County Flood Control and Water Conservation District
    Sonoma County Flood Control and Water Conservation District

    Biography

    John Stalker Longwell, F. ASCE

    Died March 25, 1960
    John Stalker Longwell, the son of Oliver H. and Mary (Stalker) Longwell, was born in Shenandoah, Iowa, on December 13, 1887. He was graduated from Highland Park College (Des Moines) in 1908 with the degree of Bachelor of Science in engineering, and from Cornell University (Ithaca) in 1910 with a degree in civil engineering.
    Upon his graduation, Mr. Longwell worked on several projects for the United States Reclamation Service, including the construction of the Shoshone Hydroelectric Plant, Wyoming, in 1922. In 1924 he joined the East Bay Municipal Utility District in Oakland, Calif., as Division Engineer on the East Bay Aqueduct. He became Assistant Chief Engineer and Assistant General Manager in 1929, and was Chief Engineer and General Manager of the District from 1934 until his retirement in 1949. From that time until his death, he maintained a consulting office in Oakland. In addition, he served as consultant for many water control organizations, including the San Francisco Bay Area Water Pollution Control Board (1949 to 1958).
    Mr. Longwell was President of the San Francisco Section of the Society in 1952; a member of the AWWA, the East Bay Engineers' Club; and Sigma Xi.
    On July 16, 1917, he was married to Martha Dorothea Ploeger in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is survived by his widow; two sons, John Ploeger and Robert Stalker; a daughter, Barbara Louise (Mrs. David Hurst Thomas); and seven grandchildren.
    Mr. Longwell was elected a Junior of the Society on October 3, 1911; an Associate Member on May 12, 1919; a Member on October 14, 1929; and a Fellow on June 6, 1959. He became a Life Member in 1954.
    Abstract of a memoir prepared by Robert C. Kennedy, F. ASCE.

    Introduction

    This collection consists chiefly of reports, handwritten notes and typewritten correspondence written and gathered by John S. Longwell. Although a few papers are from his early work (1910-1920) with the U. S. Reclamation Service, the main body deals with projects he became involved with as a consulting engineer, from his retirement in 1950 as General Manager and Chief Engineer at the East Bay Municipal Utility District, until his death early in 1960. His principal projects include the American River, Folsom and the Sonoma County Flood Control and Water Conservation District.
    The collection has been organized in a simple manner, being first divided into the various projects and put in order alphabetically by name, with the name usually being designated by locale. Within each project, items are ordered chronologically. Although occasionally an attempt has been made to keep the item in the order that Longwell made use of it, the majority have been cataloged strictly in order of publication or manuscript date.
    An item is the smallest unit of the collection; despite the fact that an item functions as a single unit, it may actually consist anywhere from a single letter to several documents stapled together.
    Because this is a manuscript collection, place of publication has been noted only for those materials actually published.
    Tables, being common to almost every item, have not been specifically listed in the illustration statement, unless their extent warrants specific notice.
    Two indexes, one concentrating on subjects and authors, the other concentrating on titles, complete the key.
    It should also be noted here that whereas the American River Project papers concentrate on the Upper American River, or North Fork, that this section also includes all papers concerning the city and county of Sacramento. Mr. Longwell himself considered Sacramento a separate project, but it was too difficult to differentiate the projects, so that everything on the American River and Sacramento are combined.
    Finally, a folder containing biographical and historical material has been placed at the beginning of the papers. A brief description of the contents is as follows: a short biography, an abstract by R. Kennedy; a biographical statement entitled, Qualification of witness; a 1918 application for admission to the Coast Artillery School; 3 obituaries & 8 letters re the papers.
    Circulating copies in the regular collection exist for the following items: 2.4, 2.5, 2.16, 2.25, 2.27, 2.29, 2.42, 4.10, 7.3, 12.8, 12.12, 19.2, 27, 28.9, 28.10, 28.13, 28.14, 29.2, 29.4, 30, 33.1, 33.3-5, 33.8, 33.10, 33.22, 33.24, 33.44, 33.57.

    Index

    This index includes authors, titles and subjects. All places are in California, unless stated otherwise.
    The numbers given refer to item number. Note: The titles in this section represent added entries only. For all titles, see the Title Index.
    A & E contract 38.2
    Accinelli, Thomas F. 1
    Air Engineering Inc. 33.48
    Air valves 33.47
    Alameda County 9.3, 9.4, 9.5, 31.4
    Alameda County Land Development Commission 9.5
    American Geophysical Union 33.2
    American Pipe and Construction Co. 33.7, 33.49
    American Piper 33.7
    American River 2.8, 2.13
    Middle Fork 2.11, 2.18, 2.45
    North Fork 2
    South Fork 2.9, 2.18, 2.34, 2.36, 2.37, 2.45, 2.71
    American River Basin 2.11, 2.21, 2.27, 2.29, 2.30, 2.32, 2.42, 2.46, 2.53
    American River Basin investigation, report on development proposed for the California water plan 2.29
    American River development: Sacto. - SMUD cooperation 2.9
    American River substitute plan 2.37
    American River water rights hearing 2.43, 2.47-64, 2.67, 2.72
    American Society of Civil Engineers 2.15, 24.1, 33.3
    American Water Works Association 14.5, 29.6, 37.3
    Anderson, Keith A. 33.2
    Annex 32 39.4, 39.6, 39.8
    Annex 41 39.3
    Auburn-Folsom South Unit, CVP 12.12
    B. I. F. Pacific, Inc. 33.46
    Banks, Harvey O. 2.30, 2.32, 2.36, 2.63, 2.75
    Barbarossa, Nicholas L. 24.1
    Bechtel Corp. 2.73, 2.74, 2.77
    Behavior of Ranney water collectors 33.3
    Ben Ali Water Co. 12.19
    Bench flume conduit 2.37
    Bismarck, N.D. 20.3
    Bonner, Frank E. 2.2, 2.9, 2.11, 2.13, 2.16, 2.18, 2.35, 2.42, 2.70, 2.71
    Boyle Engineering 6
    Brockway Hot Springs, Lake Tahoe 3
    Builders Iron Foundry SEE B. I. F.
    Calaveras County 4.10
    Calaveras County Water District 4
    Calaveras Public Utility District 4.4, 4.7, 4.8
    California. Department of Finance 12.6, 33.20
    California. Department of Fish and Game 2.24, 2.52, 2.53, 2.55, 2.67
    California. Department of Public Health 4.2
    Bureau of Sanitary Engineering 4.1
    California. Department of Public Works. Division of Water Resources 30
    California. Department of Water Resources 2.36, 2.41, 2.46, 2.75, 5, 22.11, 33.51
    Division of Resources Planning 41
    California. Engineer Department 34.4
    California. Laws, statutes, etc. 2.3, 4.2, 15.10, 22.11
    California. Public Utilities Commission 14.2
    California. State Department of Water Resources 2.42
    California. State Engineer 33.36
    California. State Water Board 2.40, 2.41, 2.54, 33.40, 33.41
    California. State Water Bulletin #21 2.27
    California. State Water Resources Board 2.25, 2.26, 2.29-31, 30
    California. State Water Rights Board 2.44, 2.48, 2.49, 2.52, 2.78
    California Administrative Code 22.11
    California Central Valleys Flood Control Association 30
    California Cooperative Snow Surveys Program 41
    California Districts Securities Commission 9.1
    California Water and Telephone Company 15.18
    California water plan, 1950- 2.25, 2.29, 2.41, 2.46, 29.3, 30
    Carlsbad Municipal Utility District 6
    Carmichael Irrigation District 12.9
    Carr, James K. 2.15, 2.17, 2.18, 2.21, 2.26, 2.28, 2.31, 2.36, 2.40, 2.54
    Central Valley 7.2
    Channels -- Friction 24.1
    Civil defense 37, 39
    Clark & Heafey 24
    Clay Water District 2.57, 12.13
    Climatology -- Calif. 10.2, 24.3
    Coloma 2.9
    Colorado 40
    Colorado River 7.3
    Colorado River Aqueduct 28.2, 28.15
    Colorado River Storage Project 28.14
    Columbia Steel Co., Pittsburgh 7
    Comparative effect on water rates of the present methods of refunding advances for construction 14.2
    Consolidated Western Steel Corp. 7.1
    Constant, Paul 15.19
    Contra Costa County Water District 8
    Contract NOy 80060 38.4
    Cotton, John S. 2.29
    Coyote Dam 33.10, 33.12, 33.16, 33.18, 33.24, 33.43
    Costs 33.19
    Coyote Project 33.11, 33.20
    Coyote Reservoir 33.8, 33.21
    Coyote Valley SEE Coyote...
    Cunan, L. R. 9.6
    Dahl, Arve H. 39.5, 39.7
    Dams -- Calif. 22.11
    Dams -- Laws & legislation 22.11
    Davis, E. K. 2.45
    Del Este Water Co. 14.4
    Desolation Valley 2.11
    Downey, Stephen W. 2.8
    Dreyer, Walter 2.41
    Dry Creek Project 33.34, 33.41, 33.48, 33.51
    Charles L. East & Associates 33.34, 33.36, 33.48, 33.51
    Fast Bay Council on Surveying and Mapping 9.6
    East Bay Municipal Utility District 4.4, 9, 22.7
    Water Resources and Planning Division 36.4
    Einstein, Hans Albert 24.1
    El Cajon Valley 15.19
    El Cerrito Creek 10
    El Dorado County 2.28, 2.56
    El Dorado Irrigation District 11
    Elk Grove, Galt and Clay Water Districts 12.13
    Elk Grove Irrigation District 2.57, 12.13
    Engineering Review Board 31.4, 31.7
    Fairbairn, E. A. 2.65
    Feather River Project 4.9, 30
    Filters and filtration 16
    Fish -- Calif. 2.55, 2.67
    Fisher, H. Buford 9.5
    Fisheries -- Calif. 2.53
    Flood damage -- Calif. 24.4
    Folsom Dam 12.1, 12.18
    Folsom North Unit -- Costs 12.8
    Folsom Project SEE Folsom Unit
    Folsom Reservoir Project SEE Folsom Unit
    Folsom Unit, CVP 2.63, 12
    Friedgen, R. D. 15.16
    Galt Irrigation District 2.57, 12.13
    Generators, portable 37.8
    Georgetown Divide Public Utility District 2.24, 2.35, 2.56, 2.75, 2.78
    Gerlishe, T. O. 33.15
    Greybull Valley Improvement District 32.2
    Groundwater 12.4, 33.3
    H St. filtration plant 2.65
    Hagar, Crosby, Crosby & Vendt 10
    Halcombe, N. M. 34.2
    Hamilton Air Force Base 13
    Hastings, J. H. 12.17
    Hawthorne, Nev. 38
    Maps 38.1
    Helix Irrigation District 15
    Hill, Clair A. 2.30, 2.50
    Hill, L. K. 2.78
    Hill, Raymond A. 28.13
    Holmgren, Richard S. 28.9
    Holsinger, Henry H. 2.67, 2.78
    Homebuilders Council of California 14
    Howlett, Herbert A. 33.27
    Hurlbut, W. W. 7.3
    Hydrometry 19.2
    Hynes & Bowser 1
    Ice House 2.34, 2.73, 2.76
    Idaho 19
    Idaho Society of Engineers 19.3
    Indenco Engineers 13, 21, 38.1, 38.4
    Infiltration 33.2
    Irrigation -- Calif. 12.15
    Irrigation -- Costs 33.10
    Irrigation -- Drainage 34.1
    Jaybird afterbay
    Powerhouse 2.77
    Tunnel 2.73, 2.76
    Jones Fork Diversion Dam 2.37
    Junction Dam 2.18
    Kazmann, Raphael G. 33.2, 33.3
    Kelley, Don W. 2.53
    Kirkwood, Robert C. 31.6, 31.7
    Kleps, Ralph N., comp. 15.10
    Kyburz 2.1
    Lafayette 17
    Lake Cascade 22.6, 22.9, 22.12
    Lake Tahoe 3
    Lakeside 15.28
    La Mesa, Lemon Grove and Spring Valley Irrigation District 15
    Layton, Raymond E. 16
    R. E. Layton & Associates 25, 26
    Loon Lake 2.11, 2.18
    Lowry, Ralph 20.2
    McCaffrey, Jas E. 2.14, 2.19, 2.54
    McGrath, Sam 2.61
    McNevin, W. D. 17, 22.5
    MacRostie, Wayne 2.61
    Mad River 33.41
    Marin County Sanitary District No. 2 18
    Marin Municipal Water District 13.4
    Marliave, Chester 2.22
    Metropolitan Water District 28.2, 28.15
    Midwest Research Institute, Kansas City, Mo. 15.19
    Miller, Gordon W. 33.44, 33.45, 33.54
    Milpitas County Water District 29.5
    Minidoka Project, Idaho 19
    Costs 19.1
    Missouri Diversion Unit 20
    Missouri River Basin Project 20
    Missouri - Souris Basin 20
    Modesto 34.4
    Map 34.4
    Mokelumne River 4.4
    Napa County Flood Control and Water Conservation District 21
    Naval Ammunition Depot, Hawthorne, Nev. 38
    New Hampshire Water Works Assoc. Journal 33.1
    Nichols, Paul L. 33.14, 33.16, 33.21, 33.23, 33.24
    Nimbus Dam 12.18
    North Bay Aqueduct 33.27
    North Sacramento 2.72
    Norton, A. C. 4.8
    Oakdale -- Map 34.4
    Olmstead, Frederick Law 27
    Report on Sacramento parkways, Part II: relative importance and urgency of parkway developments in various localities 27
    Operating and financial statistics: 40 California water utilities 14.2
    Orinda Country Club 22
    Owens-Illinois Glass Co., San Francisco 23
    Pacific Coast Aggregates 24
    Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 2.4
    Pacific Indemnity Co. 10.1
    Panhorst 10.3
    Peavine Diversion 2.18, 2.42
    Petaluma 25
    Pipes 33.7, 33.56
    Costs 32.5
    Placer County 2.58
    Population -- Calif. 2.23, 12.6, 15.5
    Port Chicago 8.2
    Portland, Oregon 35.1-4
    Bureau of Water Works 35.4
    Power -- Calif. 2.20, 2.23, 2.47
    Proposed bond issue for major transmission facilities for the La Mesa, Lemon Grove and Spring Valley Irrigation District: staff report 15.15
    Pumping plants -- Calif. 15.25
    Pumping systems -- Calif. 15.26
    Pyramid Diversion Dam 2.37
    Pyramid Peak 2.1
    Raasch, D. G. 15.16, 15.19
    Ramsey, W. W. 36.4
    Ranney Method Water Supplies 33.1, 33.6, 33.9
    Recreational use of water areas -- Calif. 2.53, 27, 33.22
    Redding 27
    Reinke, E. A. 4.1
    Report for SMUD: DWR substitute plan (Peavine Div.) 2.42
    Report on future water requirements of the City of Sacramento 2.9
    Report on the California Water Plan 2.41
    Reservoirs -- Cost 33.8
    Reynolds, Robin R. 2.50
    Riverton 2.1
    Rockbound Reservoir 2.54
    Rorabaugh, M. I. 33.2, 33.6
    Rothert, Harlow P. 18
    Rothwell, Webber D. 12.10
    Rowe, G. Robinson 10.3
    Rubicon River Basin 2.2, 2.18, 2.20, 2.73
    Russian River 33
    Russian River Aqueduct 33.44, 33.53-58
    Russian River Dam 33.12
    Russian River Water Supply Project 33.16, 33.28, 33.57
    Sacramento 2.9, 2.43, 2.59, 2.64, 2.65, 2.68, 2.72, 2.75, 2.78, 12.18
    Office of the City Engineer 2.68
    Sacramento County 2.8, 2.38, 2.60, 2.64, 2.72, 12.15, 12.17
    Agricultural Extension Service 12.13
    Board of Supervisors 12.17
    Sacramento County Water Agency 12.8, 12.9
    Sacramento Municipal Utility District 2
    (About) 2.14, 2.16, 2.42
    Board of Engineers 2.22
    Sacramento River 27
    Sacramento River and Delta Water Association 2.61
    Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta 30
    Sacramento sewage treatment plant 2.43
    San Benito County 31.4
    San Diego Aqueduct 28.6
    San Diego County 28.9
    San Diego County Water Authority 28
    Board of Enginners 28.13
    Costs 28.11
    San Francisco 29
    Public Utilities Commission 29.2, 29.5-7
    Water Department 29
    San Francisco Bay Area 36, 7.2
    Bibliography 36.4
    Maps 9.6
    San Francisco Bay Area Studies 36
    San Jose Water Works 14.4
    San Rafael 13.2
    Santa Clara-Alameda-San Benito Water Authority 31.3
    Santa Clara County Flood Control and Water Conservation District 31
    Santa Rosa 33.18, 33.29, 33.32, 33.44, 33.58, 33.59
    Maps 33.59
    Saunders et al. vs. Armstrong et al. 10
    Sawmill Reservoir 2.11
    Scott, Gordon N. 33.58
    Sedelmeyer, H. A. 2.11
    Sewer pipe 40
    Sewerage -- Calif. 17
    Shaad, Paul 2.70, 2.71
    Shelton, M. J. 15.15
    Shoshone Project, Wyoming 32
    Sierra Club 2.24
    Silitch, Eugene W. 33.1
    Silver Creek Project 2.2, 2.18, 2.20, 2.36
    Sloan, W. G. 28.8
    Sly Park Reservoir 2.12
    Smith, Neal D. 33.31
    Snow surveys 41
    Sonoma County 33.11, 33.12, 33.19, 33.30-32, 33.59
    Planning Commission 33.4
    Maps 33.59
    Sonoma County Flood Control and Water Conservation District 33
    South Bay Aqueduct 31.4
    South San Joaquin Irrigation District 34
    Southern California 7.3
    Southern California Water Company 15.20
    Southern Pacific Company 1, 10
    Southern San Joaquin Municipal Utility District 35.5, 35.6
    Spencer, C. H. 2.63
    Stanislaus River 9.1
    Station Creek Diversion Dam 2.37
    Steele, I. C. 2.18, 2.22, 2.42
    Stewart, J. C. 32.2
    Stockton and East San Joaquin Water Conservation District 2.62
    Stone & Youngberg 9.7, 33.8, 33.11, 33.19
    Streams -- Percolation 33.6
    Substitute plan, American River Basin 2.42
    Surface water 33.9
    Sweetwater District 15.18
    Tax statistics 12.17
    Tri-Dam Project 9.1
    Trowbridge, C. R. 32.1, 32.4
    Tudor Engineering Co. 4.10
    Turlock -- Maps 34.4
    Turner, James H. 29.5, 29.6, 29.8
    Uhl, William F. 20.2
    Ultimate water service by EBMUD in southern Alameda County: outline of report to EBMUD 9.5
    Union Valley Dam 2.11
    United Concrete Pipe Corp. 35
    U. S. Bureau of Reclamation 2.63, 2.66, 2.68, 2.78, 12.18, 36
    U. S. Congress. House. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs 28.14
    U. S. Corps of Engineers. (Army). 13.3, 33.5, 33.43
    U. S. Department of the Army. Secretary 33.5
    U. S. Federal Civil Defense Administration 37
    Engineering Services Division 37.5
    U. S. Federal Power Commission 2.7, 2.14
    U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service 12.12
    U. S. Geological Survey 2.1
    U. S. National plan for civil defense and defense mobilization 39.3
    U. S. National Water Plan 39.4, 39.6
    U. S. Naval Ammunition Depot, Hawthorne, Nev. 38
    U. S. Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization 39.2, 39.3
    U. S. Public Health Service 39
    Water Supply and Water Pollution Control Program 39.6, 39.8
    U. S. Reclamation Service 19.2, 40
    U. S. Weather Bureau 10.1, 10.2
    Upper Sunshine Dam, Wyo. 32.2
    Vacuum breakers 33.47
    Vitrified sewer pipe specifications 40
    Walnut Creek 17.1
    Warner, George H. 2.55
    Water economics -- Calif. 29.4
    Water main extension rule 14
    Water pipeline -- Costs 33.24
    Water pollution 37
    Water pricing -- Calif. 28.12, 29.1, 29.5
    Water resources -- Calif. 7.1
    Water resources development -- Calif. 2.28, 2.29, 2.42, 4.10, 9.7, 12.15
    Water supply 33.6
    Water supply -- Calif. 2.20, 2.35, 2.46, 4.2, 7.3, 9.4, 13.4, 22.4, 23, 28.2, 28.7-10, 28.13, 29.6, 29.8
    Water supply -- Oregon 35.4
    Water supply, Industrial 33.4
    Water supply, Industrial -- Calif. 23
    Water supply problems in southern Alameda County 9.4
    Water supply systems -- Calif. 15.1, 15.8, 15.15, 33.29, 33.53
    Map 15.6
    Water supply systems -- Nev. 38.3, 38.4
    Water use -- Calif. 2.23, 28.2, 28.5
    Watersheds -- Hydrology 2.20
    Watters, Clarence 15.22
    Wehe, Roy A. 29.4
    Weinland, H. A. 33.10
    Wells 33.1, 33.2
    White Rock 2.7, 2.54
    Wildlife -- Calif. 2.53
    Wohler Bridge 33.9, 33.35, 33.58
    Woodard, Orval L. 33.31
    Wright, C. V. 39.4
    Youngquist, C. V. 33.3

    Title Index

    Account history of Orinda Country Club, from East Bay Municipal Utility District 22.7
    Agreement between Calaveras Public Utility District and East Bay Municipal Utility District, relating to the Mokelumne River 4.4
    Agreement between Sonoma County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and the City of Santa Rosa 33.18, 33.29
    Agreement for cooperative study [with Santa Clara] 31.3
    Agreement [for Longwell to provide consulting services] 33.33
    Agreement for sale of water [between San Francisco and Milpitas County Water District] 29.5
    Agreement [on compensation for Longwell's services] 33.39
    American River Basin investigation, report on development proposed for the California water plan 2.29
    American River development: Sacto. - SMUD cooperation 2.9
    American River Project cost estimates 2.13
    Analysis of El Cajon Valley Grid conducted on McIlroy network analyzer at Midwest Research Institute, Kansas City, Missouri 15.19
    Analysis of the industrial possibility of Sonoma County, based on the development of an adequate system served by the Russian River 33.4
    Annex 41: summary of annexes 39.3
    Annex 32: National water plan 39.4, 39.6, 39.8
    Annual report, PG & E 2.4
    Annual report, Southern California Water Co. 15.20
    Annual report and financial statement, La Mesa, Lemon Grove and Spring Valley Irrigation District 15.3, 15.11
    Application for license: Upper American River Project 2.14
    Application for preliminary permit [for project on the South Fork of the American River] 2.71
    Application for water supply for resale purposes 29.8
    Area, population, and water consumption studies [bibliography: supplement] 36.4
    Assignment [for Coyote Valley Project] 33.20
    Authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to construct, operate, and maintain the Colorado River Storage Project and participating projects: supplemental report [to accompany H.R. 3383] 28.14
    A Base map for the East Bay 9.6
    Behavior of Ranney water collectors 33.3
    Bid assessments for engineering firms 2.69
    Blueprints of Main distribution canal and distribution system 34.5
    Briefs and correspondence on the American River water rights hearing 2.72
    Calaveras County water development: preliminary report and plan for Calaveras County Water District, San Andreas, California 4.10
    Calaveras Public Utility District, Calaveras County: general map of project 4.8
    The California water plan for the American River Basin: water supply and summary of works and accomplishments of basic plan 2.46
    Centrifugal pipe descriptions, etc. 33.7
    Civil defense alert 37.1
    Classification of terms used in drainage of irrigated lands 34.1
    Climatological data, California 10.2, 24.3
    Colorado River: aqueduct news 28.15
    Comments on East report 33.51
    Comments on reply by Charles East & Associates to State Engineer's letter of June 7, 1956 33.36
    Comments on report submitted by Charles L. East & Associates to State Department of Water Resources, dated Oct. 3, 1957, and dealing with proposed Dry Creek Project 33.51
    Committee report on a water study in the Elk Grove, Galt and Clay areas in Sacramento County, 1956 12.13
    Comparative effect on water rates of the present methods of refunding advances for construction 14.2
    Computations and data developed in preparation of Southern Alameda County report 9.4
    Computations and supporting data for Board of Engineers' report 2.20
    Computations for the engineering study of off-site water supply, Hamilton Air Force Base: supplement 13.4
    Contract relating to Sacramento Municipal Utility District Upper American River Project reservoirs 2.66
    Contracts, including 3 priority releases and 2 assignments for the appropriation and diversion of the waters of the American River 2.75
    Contracts for water service 12.19
    Control and use of Russian River water: a report on the financial feasibility of the proposed Coyote Valley Reservoir and utilization of Russian River water in Sonoma County 33.8
    Correspondence 1, 2.8, 2.24, 2.27, 2.38, 2.39, 2.43, 2.51, 2.54, 2.79, 3, 4.3, 4.5, 4.9, 7.1, 8.1, 10.4, 12.10, 12.14, 13.1, 14.1, 15.4, 15.9, 15.12, 15.17, 15.21, 15.23, 18, 20.3, 22.2, 22.10, 23, 24.2, 28.1, 28.12, 31.2, 31.5, 32.3, 33.13, 33.23, 33.50, 33.38, 35.2, 35.5, 36.1, 37.2, 37.3, 37.4, 37.6, 37.7, 39.1
    Cost and rate analysis, San Francisco Water Department, for City and County of San Francisco 29.4
    Criteria for determining air valve sizes required as vacuum breakers 33.47
    Data on peak demands for Folsom North service area 12.2
    Decision by California State Water Rights Board on applications 12323, 12624 and 14963 to appropriate waters of the American River 2.67
    Decision on major applications to appropriate water from the American River system 2.78
    Digest of engineering study of the off-site water supply for Hamilton Air Force Base, Marin County, Calif. 13.4
    Distribution system map [of La Mesa] 15.6
    Dry Creek Project as proposed by East & Associates 33.34
    Economic report: use of Russian River water for recreation 33.22
    Electrical estimate for the proposed water system, Sonoma County Flood Control 33.15
    Engineering study for the development of additional water supply for the Naval Ammunition Depot, Hawthorne, Nev. 38.4
    Engineering study of the off-site water supply for Hamilton Air Force Base, Marin County, Calif. 13.4
    Engineering report to the Carlsbad Municipal Water District 6
    Exhibits for the American River water rights hearing 2.49, 2.55-64
    Exhibits on the general investigation of the water main extension rule, case no. 5501 14.2
    Expense statements 2.10, 5, 9.2, 21, 28.4
    Folsom Dam diversion facilities 12.1
    Folsom North filtration plant: notes and correspondence 12.3
    Folsom South Unit, Central Valley Project, California: a report on the feasibility of water supply development 12.12
    Future water supply requirements and facilities for La Mesa Irrigation District: supplement to report of Dec. 1, 1953 15.14
    General Manager's report [to San Diego County Water Authority] 28.8
    Graphs and tables on San Diego County Water Authority water consumption 28.5
    Groundwater elevation 12.4
    Harnessing the Upper American River: [a] talk before the Sacramento Section, American Society of Civil Engineers 2.15
    Helix water distribution system [chart]: profile of lines... 15.1
    Hydrometric data and practice on Minidoka Project 19.3
    Hydrometry 19.2
    Index to sectional maps of La Mesa, Lemon Grove and Spring Valley Irrigation District [map] 15.28
    The Induced infiltration of river water to wells 33.2
    Information on the Upper American River Project of the Sacramento Municipal Utility District 2.17
    Investigation and report on the municipal water system for the city of Petaluma, Calif. 25
    Investigation and report on the municipal water system for the city of Redding, Calif. 26
    Lake Cascade spillway modifications 22.9
    Laws and standards relating to domestic water supply: excerpts from the California Health and Safety Code, the Water Code, and Standards of minimum requirements, American Water Works Association 4.2
    Letter
    to E. A. Fairbairn, March, 1957 2.65
    to Clair A. Hill, May 31, 1956 2.30
    to Clair A. Hill, Nov. 30, 1956 2.50
    to Robert Kirkwood, Feb., 1960 31.6
    to Raymond E. Layton, June 9, 1958 16
    to W. D. McNevin, Feb. 22, 1955 22.5
    to G. W. Miller, March 26, 1957 33.45
    to G. W. Miller, Oct. 7, 1958 33.54
    to Mr. Panhorst, Feb.-March, 1950 10.3
    to M. J. Shelton, Aug. 7, 1953 15.7
    to J. C. Stewart [on Upper Sunshine damsite for Greybull Valley Improvement District, Basin, Wyoming], Aug. 23, 1921 32.2
    to United Concrete Pipe Corp., Nov. 15, 1951 35.3
    from Arve H. Dahl, Nov. 25, 1958 39.5
    from E. K. Davis, Nov. 23, 1956 2.45
    Local climatological data 10.1
    Lock joint concrete pipe: estimated cost of manufacture and placing 32.5
    Main South Side Canal concrete lining: comparative unit costs 19.1
    Map of Modesto, Turlock, Oakdale and South San Joaquin Irrigation Districts 34.4
    Map of the La Mesa, Lemon Grove and Spring Valley Irrigation District 15.27
    Memorandum on co-ordination of Sacramento Municipal Utility District power operations with Sacramento water needs 2.9
    Miscellany on proposed and existing San Diego facilities 28.6
    Municipal Utility District Act 2.3
    Municipal Water District act of 1911 15.10
    The National plan for civil defense and defense mobilization 39.2
    News clippings 2.6, 15.29, 28.3, 31.8, 33.12
    The North Bay Aqueduct 33.27
    Notes on field trip in connection with UARP, June 20-21, 1956 2.53
    Notes on inspection trip with Clarence Watters 15.22
    Notes on study pertaining to the elimination of the existing P-1 pumping plant of the Helix zone 15.25
    Notes on the determination of sizes and time of flow of the main and branch canals in the distribution system... 34.2
    Notes 2.73, 4.6, 8.2, 11, 12.5, 12.11, 13.2, 15.5, 15.13, 20.1, 22.1, 22.3, 22.8, 24.5, 31.1, 33.25, 33.26, 33.37, 33.52, 35.1
    and correspondence on southern Alameda County report 9.3
    and correspondence on Russian River Aqueduct pipeline repairs 33.55
    and letter of Oct. 8, 1916 34.3
    and map on San Rafael fire protection 13.2
    chiefly on hydraulic studies 10.5
    correspondence and map on sewer system for Lafayette, Calif., property of W. D. McNevin 17.1
    map, expense statements and Indenco credit rating reports 38.1
    on exhibits of water main extension rules 14.3
    on Ice House Project 2.76
    on Lake Cascade, etc. 22.6
    on meetings with Neal D. Smith and Orval L. Woodard, Santa Rosa, Nov. 23, 1956 33.31
    on Portland, Oregon 35.4
    on SMUD: South Fork American River conduit, etc. 2.37
    on San Diego County Water Authority and Metropolitan Water District 28.2
    on the Folsom East service area, Sacramento County, Calif. 12.16
    on Wohler Intake 33.35
    Official statement of the Sonoma County Flood Control and Water Conservation District in connection with the sale of... 1955 Coyote Valley Dam bonds 33.19
    Official statement of the Sonoma County Flood Control and Water Conservation District in connection with the sale of... 1955 water transmission system bonds, Series A 33.30
    On-site water system: pilot study 13.3
    Onion Cr[eek] alternative 2.70
    Operating and financial statistics: 40 California water utilities 14.2
    Operating contract relating to Folsom and Nimbus Dams and their related works and to diversions of water by the City of Sacramento: regional office draft 12.18
    Operation and repair of water facilities in civil defense emergencies 37.5
    Orinda Country Club, Lake Cascade: proposed lowering of spillway crest [map] 22.12
    Outline of proposed direct presentation by SMUD: applications 12323, 12624 and 14963 2.47
    Outline of San Francisco Bay Area Studies 36.2
    Outline of testimony before State Water Rights Board 2.44
    Photos, with notes on portable generators 37.8
    Place of Ranney collectors in the water supply industry 33.1
    A Plan for developing an alternate water supply for the Georgetown Divide Public Utility District 2.35
    Plans and specifications for the pipeline,... pumping plant house and terminal reservoir for 1955 Russian River water transmission system, Aqueduct no.1 33.53
    Plates on future power needs of Sacramento Municipal Utility District 2.23
    The Policy of the City, and County of San Francisco relative to the California water plan 29.3
    Population studies for Folsom North Unit 12.6
    Port Chicago quadrangle [map] 8.2
    Preliminary layout of ultimate power development, Loon Lake to Sawmill Reservoir 2.11
    Preliminary outline of study on plan for development of Folsom East service area 12.16
    Preliminary statement to Board of Directors, Helix Irrigation District... in La Mesa, Aug. 12, 1958 15.24
    Preparation for hearing before State Water Board 33.40
    Preview of the California water plan 2.25
    Profile plan of proposed development: Middle Fork of American River, Calif. 2.11
    Progress report: financing the Coyote Valley Project and a diversion and transmission system for Sonoma County 33.11
    Progress statement on use in Santa Clara, Alameda and San Benito Counties that may be obtainable from the South Bay Aqueduct of the state 31.4
    Proposed addenda to agreement between Sonoma County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and the City of Santa Rosa, dated June 8, 1956 33.32
    Proposed bond issue for major transmission facilities for the La Mesa, Lemon Grove and Spring Valley Irrigation District: staff report 15.15
    Proposed changes in water transmission system, Russian River Aqueduct no. 1 33.44
    Proposed list of exhibits, American River hearing before [the] State Water Rights Board 2.48
    Proposed operation of Coyote Valley Reservoir 33.21
    Proposed water main extension regulations 14.3
    Proposed water transmission lines [map] 33.17
    Public hearings on Dry Creek and the Mad River applications 33.41
    Publications and articles on pipes, with regard to aqueduct repairs 33.56
    Qualification of witness, John S. Longwell 33.40
    Qualifications of witnesses: American River hearing before the Water Rights Board, State of California 2.52
    Rate schedules for water service 29.1
    Relation of Upper American River Project, Sacramento Municipal Utility District, to El Dorado County water development, presented to Board of Supervisors, El Dorado County 2.28
    Report, SMUD 2.5
    Report, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission 29.2
    Report for S M.U D.: D. W. R. substitute plan (Peavine diversion) 2.42
    Report for SMUD on Rubicon-Silver Creek Project 2.2
    Report for SMUD on Upper American River Project 2.16
    Report of water right applications affecting fisheries, wildlife, and recreational resources of the American River Basin 2.53
    Report on advisibility of establishing parkways along Sacramento River and its tributaries consistent with Chapter 1422, Statutes of 1945 27
    Report on cathodic protection investigation for the Russian River Aqueduct no. 1, from Wohler Bridge to the City of Santa Rosa 33.58
    Report on Dry Creek Project, applications 12917-12918 33.48
    Report on engineering and economic feasibility for Russian River Project, Petaluma Aqueduct 33.57
    Report on feasibility of Feather River Project and Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta diversion projects proposed as features of the California water plan 30
    Report on flood conditions along El Cerrito Creek near Southern Pacific crossing as of January 16 and 17, 1950 10.7
    Report on future water requirements of the City of Sacramento 2.9
    Report on future water supply requirements and facilities for the La Mesa, Lemon Grove and Spring Valley Irrigation District 15.8
    Report on Missouri Diversion Unit, Missouri River Basin Project 20.2
    Report on pipe line construction of South San Joaquin Municipal Utility District, Units 1 and 2 35.6
    Report on preliminary engineering investigations concerning flooding of gravel pits of Pacific Coast Aggregates, Inc. on Jan. 12, 1952 and allowed damage to adjacent lands 24.4
    Report on Sacramento parkways, Part II: relative importance and urgency of parkway developments in various localities 27
    Report on sewerage system 17.2
    Report on substitute plan, American River Basin 2.42
    Report on the California water plan 2.41
    Report on the feasibility of supplying irrigation water to the Santa Rosa plain from the proposed Russian River - Coyote Dam Project 33.10
    Report on the operations and management of the Calaveras Public Utility District for the two-year period ended June 30, 1951 4.7
    Report on the probable extent... of authority area, the amount and source of additional water supply required, and the system required to efficiently deliver authority water to the agencies comprising that area 28.9
    Report on Upper American River Project 2.22
    Reports on leakage allowance 33.49
    Reports on rules governing drainage bridges and on Burley transmission line 19.2
    Resolution No. 285 re American River Basin investigation 2.32
    Review of Bulletin no. 21, a publication of the State Water Rights Board, State of California, entitled "American River Basin investigation, report on development proposed for the California water plan" 2.29
    Review of data submitted with letter of August 27, 1956, from the State Director of Water Resources, to Mr. James K. Karr [sic], Assistant General Manager, SMUD 2.36
    Review of layout for pumping system to the Aldwych and Fletcher Hills tanks of the Helix District 15.26
    Review of Nov. 24, 1958 draft, addressed to A. H. Dahl 39.7
    Review of proposed irrigation developments in southern Sacramento County, California 12.15
    Review of proposed revised water main extension rules submitted by California Water Service Co., San Jose Water Works and Del Este Water Co., October, 1959 14.4
    Review of proposed rules for main extensions as prepared by Committee of California Section, American Water Works Association 14.5
    Review of "Report on hydrogeological survey... Wohler Bridge site" 33.9
    Review of water supply problems for Orinda Country Club 22.4
    Review of water supply requirements and available sources of supply for the San Francisco Bay region and Central Valley 7.2
    Reviews of reports on the Stanislaus River 9.1
    Revision of report on water for southern Alameda County, prepared by Alameda County Land Development Committee 9.5
    River channel roughness 24.1
    River filtration as a source of ground water supply 33.3
    Rubicon-Silver Creek Project: supplement to report of July 24, 1950 2.21
    Rules and regulations governing water service to customers 29.7
    Rules and regulations pertaining to supervision of dams in California 22.11
    Russian River, California: Letter from... 33.5
    Russian River Project: Coyote Dam 33.43
    Russian River Project: Coyote Valley Dam, and diversion and transmission systems 33.16, 33.24
    Russian River Project: proposed water supply, diversion and transmission facilities 33.28
    Russian River Project, Zone no. 5 33.14
    Sacramento County tax statistics; a compilation of tax rates 12.17
    Sacramento Municipal Utility District: invitation, instructions to bidders, bid and contract forms, specifications, and drawings: turbines, governors, shut-off valves and appurtenant equipment for Jaybird powerhouse, Upper American River Project 2.77
    Sacramento Municipal Utility District, Upper American River Project, preliminary design report for first stage construction 2.74
    Sacramento Municipal Utility District, Upper American River Project, supplemental memoranda and reports 2.18
    Sacramento sewage treatment plant 2.43
    San Francisco Bay Area Studies work program [schedule] 36.3
    San Francisco water and power systems: general map 29.6
    San Francisco's water supply 29.6
    Santa Rosa, Calif. [map] 33.59
    Saunders et al. vs. Armstrong et al. 10.6
    Schedule [regarding project scope and report] 38.2
    Sonoma County Map 33.59
    Staff report: proposed bond issue for major transmission facilities for the La Mesa, Lemon Grove and Spring Valley Irrigation District 15.15
    Standard surface water intakes by Ranney method [pamphlet] 33.9
    Statement before the State Water Resources Board 2.26, 2.31, 2.40
    Statement of J. S. Longwell, taken in the presence of C. R. Trowbridge, at Powell, Wyoming 32.1, 32.4
    Statement of Sacramento Municipal Utility District before the sub-committee on public works regarding SMUD's proposed Upper American River Project as part of a co-ordinated development of the American River Basin 2.21
    Statement on State Water Resources Board Bulletin No. 3, "Report on the California water plan", before the Department of Water Resources and the State Water Board 2.41
    Statements 31.7
    Stream-bed percolation in development of water supplies 33.6
    Studies and computations for the board of engineer's report on water supply for San Diego County Water Authority 28.7
    Study no. 1 15.16
    Substitute plan, American River Basin 2.42
    Summary of costs 33.42
    Summary of operation study of Sly Park Reservoir 2.12
    Summary of work handled to date in connection with the water supply project for the Naval Ammunition Depot at Hawthorne, Nevada 38.3
    Tables and graphs on costs and finance of San Diego County Water Authority 28.11
    Topographical maps of Riverton, Kyburz and Pyramid Peak, Calif. 2.1
    Ultimate water service by EBMUD in southern Alameda County: outline of report to EBMUD 9.5
    Upper American River capacity variation 2.71
    Upper American River Project [summary statement] 2.19
    Upper American River Project: Union Valley Dam 2.11
    Various plates, chiefly relating to Colorado, on double drum radial gate hoists, turnout gate, headgate, flumes, etc. 40
    Vitrified sewer pipe specifications 40
    Water conditions in California as of April 1, 1960 41
    Water development project for the East Bay Area bonds (general obligations), $25,000,000 Series A: official statement of the East Bay Municipal Utility District 9.7
    Water permit procedures, State Department of Public Health 4.1
    Water requirements and costs for Folsom North service area A-1, Sacramento County 12.7, 12.8
    Water requirements and costs for Folsom North service area A-2, Sacramento County 12.9
    The Water story of the Sweetwater District 15.18
    Water supply for probable future developments in the San Diego County Water Authority 28.10, 28.13
    A Water supply for Sacramento from the American River: discussion of a possible contract with the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation 2.68
    Water supply, Portland, Oregon [map and statistical data] 35.4
    Water supply problems in southern Alameda County, California 9.4
    Water supply requirements and sources of supply in Southern California 7.3
    Water supply study 38.4
    Water use [tables] 15.2
    Water works manual: chapter 6 37.5