Register of the Shimeall (Eleanor) California Water Collection, 1972-1995

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Register of the Shimeall (Eleanor) California Water Collection, 1972-1995

Collection number: Mss281

Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections

University Library

University of the Pacific

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  • Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections
  • University Library, University of the Pacific
  • Stockton, CA 95211
  • Phone: (209) 946-2404
  • Fax: (209) 946-2810
  • URL: http://www.pacific.edu/Library/Find/Holt-Atherton-Special-Collections.html
Processed by:
Don Walker
Date Completed:
October 1996
Encoded by:
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© 1998 University of the Pacific. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Shimeall (Eleanor) California Water Collection,
Date (inclusive): 1972-1995
Collection number: Mss281
Creator: Eleanor Shimeall
Extent: 12.25 linear ft.
Repository: University of the Pacific. Library. Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections
Stockton, CA 95211
Shelf location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the library's online catalog.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

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Collection is open for research.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Shimeall (Eleanor) California Water Collection, Mss281, Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections, University of the Pacific Library

Access Points

personal name

Shimeall, Eleanor

corporate name

California. Dept. of Water Resources
San Joaquin County Water Action Committee
San Joaquin County Water Advisory Committee
League of Women Voters, San Joaquin County (Calif.)
Central Valley Project (Calif.)

subject

Water use -California
Water use -California -San Joaquin County
Water resources development -California
Water resources development -California -San Joaquin County
Water conservation -California
Water conservation -California -San Joaquin County
Water-supply, Agricultural -California
Water-supply, Agricultural -California -San Joaquin County
Water quality -California
Water quality -California -San Joaquin County

Biography

Eleanor Shimeall was born and raised on a western Kansas farm. She attended Colorado State University for three years (1941-44) and later married petroleum industry geologist, Clark Shimeall. The Shimealls lived in Guatemala, Ohio and Wyoming before moving to Stockton, California (1968), where Clark Shimeall was a professor of Geology at the University of the Pacific's Spanish-language Covell College (1968-1986). While in Ohio, Eleanor Shimeall served on a state water committee that dealt with the pollution of Lake Erie. Eleanor Shimeall received a B.A. in Liberal Arts from the University College program at the University of the Pacific (1973). She was active in the San Joaquin County League of Women Voters, serving as Water Director at a time when the League was studying the State Water Projects (1977-1981). In this role she wrote and delivered speeches at water conferences, testified before committees of the state legislature on water issues and maintained files of clippings and printed matter on the important California water topics of that time. Shimeall was also a member of the San Joaquin County Water Action Committee (1974-77) and its successor, the Water Advisory Commission (1980-1990).

Scope and Content

Series 1 consists of papers Eleanor Shimeall ammassed while serving on the San Joaquin County Water Action Committee (1974-1977) and its successor, the Water Advisory Commission (1980-1990) constitute a significant element of the collection. They form a substantial record of public water policy in San Joaquin County during the 1970s and 1980s. Series 2 consists of papers on California water issues Shimeall collected while Water Director of the San Joaquin County League of Women Voters (1977-1981). Series 3 consists of papers on national and international water issues.

Container List

 

SERIES I: SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY WATER ISSUES

 

BOX 1: SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY: WATER ACTION COMMITTEE (1972-79)

 

1.1.1: 1972---Maps/Tables/Notes/Other

 

1.1.2: 1973

 

a--Correspondence & Memos

 

b--Maps/Tables/Notes/Other

 

c--Clippings

 

1.1.3: 1974

 

a-Roster

 

b-Minutes & Agendas, May-Dec; 11/21 [notice only]

 

c-Corresp. & Memos

 

d-Maps/Tables/Notes/Other

 

e-Procedural/Legal docs.

 

f-Clippings

 

1.1.4: 1975

 

a-Roster

 

b-Minutes & Agendas, 2/6, 2/20, 4/17 [notice only], 5/15

 

c-Corresp. & Memos

 

d-Policy Statements/Resolutions

 

e-Maps/Tables/Notes/Other

 

f-Procedural/Legal docs.

 

g-Clippings

 

1.1.5: 1976

 

a-Minutes & Agendas, Feb-Mar, May, Jun [notice only]

 

b-Corresp. & Memos

 

c-Reports/Studies/Plans

 

d-Maps/Charts/Notes/Other

 

e-Procedural/Legal docs.

 

f-Clippings

 

1.1.6: 1977

 

a-Corresp. & Memos

 

b-Maps/Charts/Notes/Other

 

c-Clippings

 

1.1.7: 1978/79

 

a-Corresp. & Memos

 

b-Maps/Tables/Notes/Other

 

c-Procedural/Legal docs.

 

d-Clippings

 

BOX 2: SAN JOAQUIN WATER ADVISORY COMMISSION (1980-1989)

 

1.2.1: 1980

 

a-Minutes & Agendas, May-Jun, Aug-Oct, Nov [notice only], Dec

 

b-Corresp. & Memos

 

c-Reports/Studies/Plans

 

d-Maps/Charts/Notes/Other

 

e-Policy statements/Resolutions

 

f-Clippings

 

1.2.2: 1981

 

a-Minutes & Agendas, Jan-Feb, Mar [notice only], Apr [agenda only], May-Aug, Sep [notice only], Nov, Dec [notice only]

 

b-Corresp. & Memos

 

c-Reports/Studies/Plans

 

d-Maps/Tables/Notes/Other

 

e-Policy statements/Resolutions

 

f-Clippings

 

1.2.3: 1982

 

a-Minutes & Agendas, Jan-Feb, Mar [notice only], May [agenda only], Aug [agenda only], Oct

 

b-Corresp. & Memos

 

c-Maps/Tables/Notes/Other

 

d-Procedural/Legal docs.

 

e-Clippings

 

1.2.4: 1983

 

a-Minutes & Agendas [all minutes lacking], Jan [notice only], Feb-May, Jul [notice only], Aug-Nov

 

b-Corresp. & Memos

 

c-Reports/Studies/Plans

 

d-Maps/Tables/Notes/Other

 

e-Policy statements/Resolutions

 

f-Procedural/Legal docs.

 

g-Clippings

 

1.2.5: 1984

 

a-Minutes & Agendas, Feb-Apr [agendas only], May-Dec

 

b-Corresp. & Memos

 

c-Reports/Studies/Plans

 

d-Maps/Tables/Notes/Other

 

e-Procedural/Legal docs.

 

f-Clippings

 

1.2.6: 1985

 

a-Minutes & Agendas, Jan-May, Jun [agenda only], Jul-Oct, Dec [agenda only]

 

b-Corresp. & Memos

 

c-Reports/Studies/Plans

 

d-Policy statements/Resolutions

 

e-Maps/Tables/Notes/Other

 

f-Procedural/Legal docs.

 

g-Clippings

 

1.2.7: 1986

 

a-Minutes & Agendas, Jan-May, May 21 [special meeting], Jun, Aug-Dec

 

b-Corresp. & Memos

 

c-Reports/Studies/Plans

 

d-Policy statements/Resolutions

 

e-Maps/Tables/Notes/Other

 

f-Procedural/Legal docs.

 

g-Clippings

 

1.2.8: 1987

 

a-Minutes & Agendas, Jan-Apr, Apr 29 [rescheduling], May-Sep, Nov-Dec

 

b-Corresp. & Memos

 

c-Reports/Studies/Plans

 

d-Policy statements/Resolutions

 

e-Maps/Tables/Notes/Other

 

f-Procedural/Legal docs.

 

g-Clippings

 

1.2.9: 1988

 

a-Minutes & Agendas, Feb-Apr, Apr 27 [special meeting], May-Nov

 

b-Corresp. & Memos

 

c-Reports/Studies/Plans

 

d-Policy statements/Resolutions

 

e-Maps/Tables/Notes/Other

 

f-Procedural/Legal docs.

 

g-Clippings

 

1.2.10: 1989

 

a-Minutes & Agendas, Jan-Dec

 

b-Corresp. & Memos

 

c-Reports/Studies/Plans

 

d-Policy statements/Resolutions

 

e-Maps/Tables/Notes/Other

 

f-Procedural/Legal docs.

 

g-Clippings

 

BOX 3: SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY WATER ADVISORY COMMISSION (1990-1995)

 

1.3.1:1990

 

a-Roster

 

b-Minutes & Agendas, Jan, Jan 26 [special meeting], Feb-Jul, Aug [agenda only], Sep-Nov

 

c-Corresp. & Memos

 

d-Reports/Studies/Plans

 

e-Policy statements/Resolutions

 

f-Maps/Tables/Notes/Other

 

g-Procedural/Legal docs.

 

h-Clippings

 

1.3.2: 1991

 

a-Minutes & Agendas, Jan, Mar-Sep, Nov

 

b-Clippings

 

1.3.3: 1992

 

a-Minutes & Agendas, Jan-Apr, Jun-Sep

 

b-Clippings

 

1.3.4: 1993

 

a-Minutes & Agendas, Jan-Jul, Sep-Nov

 

b-Calif. Dept. H20 Resources Reports, Jan. & Apr.

 

1.3.5: 1994

 

a-Minutes & Agendas, Jan-Apr, Jun-Dec

 

b-Calif. Dept. H20 Resources Reports, Apr., May, Aug.

 

1.3.6: 1995

 

a-Minutes & Agendas, Jan-May, Jul [agenda only], Aug-Sep

 

b-Corresp. & Memos

 

BOX 4: SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY PUBLISHED STUDIES & REPORTS [items arranged by date, then alphabetically]

 

1.4.1-City of Stockton. General Plan: Report No. 3, 1968.

 

1.4.2-Cities & County of San Joaquin. Advisory Planning Assn. Comprehensive water & sewerage study, 1972.

 

1.4.3-California. Dept. Water Resources. Delta levees: What is their future?, 1973.

 

1.4.4-Water Crisis Committee of San Joaquin County. Report & recommendations of the ..., 1973.

 

1.4.5-McDonald & Smart, Inc. Special district study: San Joaquin County, 1974.

 

1.4.6-McDonald & Smart, Inc. Survey of Special Districts of San Joaquin County, 1974.

 

1.4.7-California. Dept. Water Resources. Plan for improvement of the Delta levees. Bull. No. 192, 1975.

 

1.4.8-Chandler Public Relations. Stockton-East Water District, c1975.

 

1.4.9-Do. Stockton-East Water District: Director Divisions, c1975.

 

1.4.10-City of Stockton. Public Works Dept. 1974/75 Annual Report: Water Division, 1975.

 

1.4.11-"Port of Stockton: Multimodal concepts in motion," Intermodal World (Jan. 1975).

 

1.4.12-Port of Stockton. Diversified & still growing, c1975.

 

1.4.13-Port of Stockton. Port Stockton, 1975.

 

1.4.14-Port of Stockton. "Port Stockton in reflection," c1975. [anonymous history of port]

 

1.4.15-California. Dept. Water Resources. Phase II: Alternative courses of action to provide Delta protection & adequate water supplies for California, 1976.

 

1.4.16-City of Stockton. General Plan 2000: Review draft, October 1977.

 

1.4.17-City of Stockton. Wastewater Reclamation Project, 1977.

 

1.4.18-City of Stockton. Office of the City Manager. City of Stockton: Past, present & future, 1977.

 

1.4.19-Bookman, Edmonston Engineering, Inc. Water action program for Stockton-East Water District, 1978.

 

1.4.20-California. State Water Resources Control Board. Summary: Draft Water Quality Control Plan; Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta & Suisun Marsh, 1978.

 

1.4.21-California. State Water Resources Control Board. Water Right Decision 1485, 1978.

 

1.4.22-Community Forum of San Joaquin. Report of the Community Forum Water Task Force, 1978.

 

1.4.23-Community Forward of San Joaquin. Policy recommendations submitted by the Water Policy Commission of ..., 1978.

 

1.4.24-Stockton-East Water District. Water Action Program, 1978.

 

1.4.25-California. Dept. Water Resources. Interim public use recreation & wildlife plan, 1979.

 

1.4.26-University of the Pacific. Community 1979.

 

1.4.27-California. State Water Resources Control Board. Delta water quality conditions: Implementation of water quality standards of Decision 1485, 1980.

 

1.4.28-Sacramento District Corps of Engineers. San Francisco Bay to Stockton (John F. Baldwin & Stockton Ship Channels), Avon to Stockton: Information Summary, 1980.

 

1.4.29-San Joaquin County Grand Jury Report, 1979-80.

 

1.4.30-Murray, Burns & Kienlen. San Joaquin County Flood Control & Water Conservation District: Report of engineer on Investigation Zone No. 1 Groundwater Study, 1982.

 

1.4.31-Stockton-East Water District. Stockton-East Water District Annual Report, 1981-82.

 

1.4.32-U.S.G.S. Preliminary evaluation of the potential for artificial ground-water recharge in eastern San Joaquin County, California. Report 82-123, 1982.

 

1.4.33-URS Corp. City of Stockton: Draft Report; Wastewater Revenue Program update, Vol. 1. Findings & conclusions, 1987.

 

1.4.34-U.S.G.S. Evaluation of the potential for artificial ground-water recharge in eastern San Joaquin County, California---Phase 3. Report 87-4164, 1987.

 

1.4.35-California. Dept. Water Resources. South Delta Water Management Program, 1988.

 

1.4.36-San Joaquin County. Flood Control & Water Conservation District: Semi-Annual Groundwater Report, Fall 1988.

 

1.4.37-San Joaquin County. Flood Control & Water Conservation District: Semi-Annual Groundwater Report, Spring 1990.

 

1.4.38-Stockton-East Water District, 1990.

 

1.4.39-Mintier, J. Laurence & Assoc. City of Stockton: General Plan; Draft revised background report,1992.

 

1.4.40-Mintier, J. Laurence & Assoc. City of Stockton: General Plan; Draft revised policy document, 1992.

 

1.4.41-Paoli, Michael & Assoc. Draft environmental impact report: City of Stockton 1992 General Plan revision.

 

SERIES II: CALIFORNIA STATE WATER ISSUES

 

BOX 1: MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS, A-D [N.B.---Folder titles & organization are largely derived from Shimeall's original files; these folders contain a mixture of clippings, brochures and reports, with some correspondence]

 

2.1.1-Agricultural lands---Conservation [League of Women Voters Study] (1979-83)

 

2.1.2-Agricultural lands---Use (1977-81)

 

2.1.3-Agricultural water conservation (1979-86)

 

2.1.4-Auburn Dam/Folsom (1977-88)

 

2.1.5-Committee for Water Policy Consensus/Bay-Delta Quality (1985-89)

 

2.1.6-Conservation (Water)---General (1977-83)

 

2.1.7-Conservation (Water)---League of Women Voters kit (1983)

 

2.1.8-Contra Costa County Water (1973-74)

 

2.1.9-Delta/Bay (1977-82)

 

2.1.10-Drought (1976-79)

 

BOX 2: MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS, E-P

 

2.2.1-Energy (1980-83)

 

2.2.2-Environmental Impact Statements or Reports (1978-79)

 

2.2.3-Fresno Groundwater Conference (1977)

 

2.2.4-"Friends of the River" [Stanislaus River] (1978-81)

 

2.2.5-Ground water (1978-93)

 

2.2.6-Growth---Measure "A" (1977-88)

 

2.2.7-Instream water use

 

2.2.8-Kesterson Reservoir (1986-88)

 

2.2.9-League of Women Voters---San Jose Convention (1981)

 

2.2.10-League of Women Voters---Statements & Corresp. (1962-84)

 

2.2.11-League of Women Voters---State Water Committee (1985-87)

 

2.2.12-"National Land for People"

 

2.2.13-Non-agricultural land use & conservation (1977-82)

 

2.2.14-"160 acre" [farm unit] (1976-82)

 

2.2.15-Owens Valley/Mono Lake (1977-78)

 

2.2.16-Pollution (1974-81)

 

2.2.17-Population (1977-81)

 

2.2.18-Public Land Trusts (1982)

 

BOX 3: Miscellaneous Topics, R-Z

 

2.3.1-REAP [Rural Economic Alternatives Project] (1982-83)

 

2.3.2-Racanelli decision (1986)

 

2.3.3-Reclamation/Reuse (1978-81)

 

2.3.4-Renewable Resources Investment Program, SB 547 (1979)

 

2.3.5-Resources Agency (1977-79)

 

2.3.6-Rivers---Northern California (1972-87)

 

2.3.7-San Joaquin Valley Drain (1979-84)

 

2.3.8-State Water Project (1973-77)

 

2.3.9-State Water Resources Control Board (1978-82)

 

2.3.10-Stout, Marilyn K.---Papers & corresp. (1977-80) [LVW member & aspiring journalist]

 

2.3.11-Solid waste (1979-81)

 

2.3.12-Tahoe (1982)

 

2.3.13-208 planning (1978-79)

 

2.3.14-U.S. Bureau of Reclamation---Central Valley Project (1978-84)

 

2.3.15-Water rights policy planning (1978-79)

 

2.3.16-Westlands (1973-81)

 

BOX 4: CALIFORNIA DEPT. OF WATER RESOURCES PUBLICATIONS [Items are arranged by date, then alphabetically]

 

2.4.1-Preview of the California Water Plan, 1956.

 

2.4.2-Water facts for Californians, 1958.

 

2.4.3-California State Water Project Annual Report, 1971.

 

2.4.4-The California State Water Project Annual Report, 1972.

 

2.4.5-The California State Water Project Summary: 1971. Bull. No. 132-72, App. C.

 

2.4.6-The California State Water Project Summary: 1972. Bull. No. 132-73, App. C.

 

2.4.7-Wastewater reclamation: State of the art. Bull. No. 189, 1973.

 

2.4.8-California State Water Project Annual Report, 1974.

 

2.4.9-The California Water Plan Outlook in 1974. Bull. No. 160-74, 1974.

 

2.4.10-Do. Summary Report. Bull. No. 160-74, 1974.

 

2.4.11-Central District. A profile of California agriculture, 1974.

 

2.4.12-The California State Water Project in 1976. Bull. No. 132-76, 1976.

 

2.4.13-Report of the consulting panel on health aspects of wastewater reclamation for groundwater recharge, 1976.

 

2.4.14-Water conservation in California. Bull. No. 198, 1976.

 

2.4.15-Key Elements - SB 346, 1977.

 

2.4.16-California Water. Bull. No. 201-77, 1978.

 

2.4.17-Delta Water Facilities Program For: Delta Protection & water transfer; water conservation;water recycling; surafce & ground water storage, Bull. No. 76, 1978.

 

2.4.18-Advisory Panel on Agricultural Water Conservation (May 1979): Report of Findings.

 

2.4.19-The California State Water Project - 1978 activities and future management plans. Bull. No. 132-179, 1979.

 

2.4.20-California Water. Bull. No. 201-78, 1979.

 

2.4.21-Ground water basins in California, 1979.

 

2.4.22-San Joaquin Valley Interagency Drainage Program: Agricultural drainage & salt management in the San Joaquin Valley, 1979.

 

2.4.23-The California State Water Project - Current activities & future management plans. Bull. 132-80, 1980.

 

2.4.24-The Peripheral Canal...and other SB 200 facilities, 1980.

 

2.4.25-The Peripheral Canal & other SB 200 facilities, 1981.

 

2.4.26-State Water Project - Status of water conservation & water supply augmentation plans. Bull. No. 76-81, 1981.

 

2.4.27-Robert B. Robie. Report of the activities of the Department of Water Resources, 1982.

 

2.4.28-David N. Kennedy. Report of activities of the Dept. Of Water Resources, 1983.

 

2.4.29-The Floods of February 1986, 1986.

 

2.4.30-Report of activities of the Dept. Of Water Resources, 1986. [January]

 

2.4.31-San Luis Reservoir, c1986.

 

2.4.32-California laws related to water conservation; Water conservation programs of the ..., 1987.

 

2.4.33-Report to the California Water Commission, 1987. [November]

 

2.4.34-North Delta Water Management Program, 1988.

 

2.4.35-Report to the California Water Commission: Dept. Of Water Resources activities of August 1989.

 

2.4.36-Report to the California Water Commission, September 1992.

 

2.4.37-Report to the California Water Commission Dept. Of Water Resources activities of October 1992.

 

2.4.38-Report to the California Water Commission activities of November 1992.

 

2.4.39-Report to the California Water Commission December 1992.

 

2.4.40-Report to the State Water Commission on activities of the Dept. Of Water Resources, 1993. [incl. March]

 

2.4.41-Report to the State Water Commission on activities of the Dept. Of Water Resources, 1994. [incl. November]

 

2.4.42-Report to the State Water Commission on activities of the Dept. Of Water Resources, 1995. [incl. January, March, April, October]

 

BOX 5: OTHER CALIFORNIA WATER PUBLICATIONS [items are arranged by date then alphabetically]

 

2.5.1-University of California. Cooperative Extension. Water development and the environment: Issues of water policy in California. Report No. 27, 1973.

 

2.5.2-Aqueduct 41:4 (Win 1974/75).

 

2.5.3-Delta Advisor [publ. by Assoc. State Water Project Agencies] 1:1 (Spr 1974).

 

2.5.4-Meter [Metropolitan Water District of So. Calif.] 1:1-4 (Jan-Apr 1974).

 

2.5.5-Aqueduct [Metropolitan Water District of So. Calif.] 42:1-3 (Sp-Wn 1975).

 

2.5.6-Bureau of Outdoor Recreation. Regional Forums: Flood Plain Management for Outdoor Recreation & Open Space, 1975.

 

2.5.7-California's Environment No. 27-28 (Sep-Dec 1975).

 

2.5.8-Delta Advisor 2:1,3-4 (Feb,Apr,Jul 1975).

 

2.5.9-Meter 2:2-12 (Feb-Dec 1975).

 

2.5.10-State Water Resources Control.Board. Rights Quality, 1975.

 

2.5.11-U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Waste water reclamation & reuse pilot demonstration program for the Suisun Marsh, 1975.

 

2.5.12-Aqueduct (Fall 1976).

 

2.5.13-Assn. Of California Water Agencies. The impact of power plant siting on California's water resources, 1976.

 

2.5.14-California's Environment No. 34 (Nov-Dec 1976.)

 

2.5.15-Delta Advisor [Assn. State Water Project Agencies] (Feb,Apr,Jun,Aug,Oct 1976).

 

2.5.16-Meter 3:1-6,8 (Jan-Jun, Aug 1976).

 

2.5.17-PG & E. Imagine making a billion dollar trip to the gas station!, 1976.

 

2.5.18-U.S. Soil Conservation Service. Assistance available from the Soil Conservation Service, 1976.

 

2.5.19-Delta Advisor (Feb,Apr 1977).

 

2.5.20-Aqueduct (Fall 1977).

 

2.5.21-Kelley, D.W., Acquatic Biologist. Position papers of the Delta Environmental Advisory Committee, 1977.

 

2.5.22-Meter 4:4 (Apr 1977).

 

2.5.23-Santa Clara Valley Water District. Reclamation, 1977.

 

2.5.24-State Water Commission Reports (1977).

 

2.5.25-Governor's Commission to Review California Water Rights Law. Draft Report, 1978.

 

2.5.26-Governor's Commission to Review California Water Rights Law. Summary Final Report, 1978.

 

2.5.27-Aqueduct (Sp 1978).

 

2.5.28-Bratt, Miki. Water: Bridge to understanding. League of Women Voters of Claremont, 1978.

 

2.5.29-State Water Resources Control Board. Wastewater reclamation: A guide for local agencies, 1978.

 

2.5.30-State Water Resources Control Board. Water Resources Control Board in 1976-77, 1978.

 

2.5.31-U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Special Task Force Report on San Luis Unit. Public Law 94-46, 1978.

 

2.5.32-U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Irrigated agriculture & water quality management, 1978.

 

2.5.33-University of California. Division of Agricultural Sciences. Marketing order program alternatives: Use & importance in California, 1949-1975, 1978.

 

2.5.34-Western Water (Jul-Aug 1978)

 

2.5.35-California Today [publ. by The Planning & Conservation League] 7:1 (Jan 1979).

 

2.5.36-Central Delta Water Agency. Delta Water Transfer Without a Peripheral Canal, c1979.

 

2.5.37-Davenport, David C. & Robert M. Hagan. Agricultural Water Conservation in California, 1979.

 

2.5.38-Erlenkotter, Donald et al. The economics of water development & use in California, 1979.

 

2.5.39-Goodall, Merrill R. & John D. Sullivan. Water district organization: Political decision systems, 1979.

 

2.5.40-Jefferson Assoc. Inc. San Francisco Bay Area Regional Water Reuse Study, 1979.

 

2.5.41-John Muir Institute for Environmental Studies, Inc. Erosion & sediment in California watersheds: A study of institutional controls, 1979.

 

2.5.42-Soil Conservation Society of America. California Chapter. Toward a state water policy, 1979.

 

2.5.43-State Water Resources Control Board. Industrial water recycling, 1979.

 

2.5.44-California Environment No. 57 (Sep-Oct 1980).

 

2.5.45-Davoren, William T. San Francisco Bay: Tragedy of the Bay Commons, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, 1980.

 

2.5.46-Focus on Water No. 5 (1980).

 

2.5.47-Headwaters [publ. by Friends of the River] 5:1,3 (Jan-Feb, Jul-Aug 1980).

 

2.5.48-Jefferson Assoc. Inc. San Francisco Bay Area Regional Water Reuse Study: Phase II Midcourse Report, 1980.

 

2.5.49-Do.; Summary, 1980.

 

2.5.50-National Land for People (Dec-Jan 1980).

 

2.5.51-State Water Resources Control Board. Draft Water Quality Plan: Lake Tahoe Basin, 1980.

 

2.5.52-U.S. Dept. Interior. Heritage Conservation & Recreation Service. Nationwide Rivers Inventory, Phase I, 1980.

 

2.5.53-Waterlog [publ. By Working Alliance to Equalize Rates] (Fall/Win 1980).

 

2.5.54-ACWA News [publ. by Assn. Calif. Water Agencies] 9:14-15 (Jul 6-20, 1981).

 

2.5.55-California Water Resources Assn. Newsletter 25:4-5 (7-10 & 9-15-81).

 

2.5.56-California Water Resources Assn. The Peripheral Canal: An environmental necessity, c1981.

 

2.5.57-Focus on Water No. 1,5 (1981).

 

2.5.58-The Mono Newsletter 4:2 (Aut 1981).

 

2.5.59-People, Food & Land [publ. by Land for People] 2:2 (Sum 1981).

 

2.5.60-San Francisco Bay Area Regional Water Reuse Study. Summary Report, 1981.

 

2.5.61-State Resources Agency. Investing for prosperity, 1981.

 

2.5.62-Waterlog vol. 3-4 (Spr-Oct 1981).

 

2.5.63-Wellman, Theodore C. The Peripheral Canal: Its Impacts North & South, 1981.

 

2.5.64-Western Water Education Fdtn. Layperson's Guide to San Francisco Bay, 1981.

 

2.5.65-Aqueduct 48:3 (1982).

 

2.5.66-California Opinion Index (Jan 1982).

 

2.5.67-California Water Resources Association Newsletter 26:1 (Feb 1, 1982).

 

2.5.68-League of Women Voters. California Agriculture: Land, Economy, Ecology, 1982.

 

2.5.69-State Commission for Economic Development. Report of the Task Force on California's Water Future, 1982.

 

2.5.70-U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, California, 1982.

 

2.5.71-Western Water (Nov/Dec 1982).

 

2.5.72-Alameda County Flood Control & Water Conservation District. Water Conservation...Managing a Valuable Resource, 1983.

 

2.5.73-Waterlog Vol. 6 (Win 1983).

 

2.5.74-Association of California Water Agencies. A Water Policy, 1984.

 

2.5.75-Banks, Harvey O., Consulting Engineer, Inc. The Burns-Porter Act: A California high water mark, 1984.

 

2.5.76-East Bay Municipal Utility District 1984 Annual Report.

 

2.5.77-U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Drainage & salt disposal. Information Bull. No. 1, 1984.

 

2.5.78-U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Kesterson Reservoir & waterfowl. Information Bull. No. 2, 1984.

 

2.5.79-U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. The San Luis Unit Special Study. Information Bull. No. 3, 1984

 

2.5.80-U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Waterfowl protection program at Kesterson Reservoir. Information Bulletin No. 4, 1984.

 

2.5.81-University of California. Cooperative Extension. California's Groundwater Resource. Leaflet 21393, 1984.

 

2.5.82-Do. California's Water Resource. Leaflet 21379, 1984.

 

2.5.83-Do. Everybody's Guide to Water Terms. Leaflet 21403, 1984.

 

2.5.84-Do. The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Leaflet 21401, 1984.

 

2.5.85-Western Water (Jan/Feb, Jul/Aug 1984).

 

2.5.86-Western Water Education Fdtn. Layperson's Guide to the Delta, 1984.

 

2.5.87-Do. Layperson's Guide to Water Quality, 1984.

 

2.5.88-Jackson Valley Irrigation District. Lake Amador, 1985.

 

2.5.89-State Water Contractors. Draft Report on Future State Water Project Development, 1985.

 

2.5.90-Western Water (Mar-Apr 1985).

 

2.5.91-California Water Commission. A Summary of recently published policies on statewide water issues by groups from throughout California, 1986.

 

2.5.92-Committee for Water Policy Consensus. San Francisco Bay Area-Delta Water Quality/Water Rights (Decision 1485) Hearings Conference, 1986.

 

2.5.93-Superior California Water Assn. Water---A view from Superior California, 1986.

 

2.5.94-Water Education Foundation. Laypersons Guide to Agricultural Drainage, 1986.

 

2.5.95-Western Water (Jul/Aug 1986).

 

2.5.96-University of California. Div. Of Agriculture & Natural Resources. Proposed water policy actions & some possible impacts in California, 1987.

 

2.5.97-University of California. Div. Of Agriculture & Natural Resources. Water policy positions in California: Analysis & discussion, 1987.

 

2.5.98-East Bay Municipal Utilities District. Water Supply Management Program Summary, 1988.

 

2.5.99-U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Contra Costa Unit Offstream Storage Investigation. Study Bull. No. 1, 1988.

 

2.5.100-U.S. Army. Corps of Engineers. Lower San Joaquin River, California Clearing & Snagging. Draft [Revised]: General design memorandum and environmental statement. Design memorandum no. 6, 1989.

 

2.5.101-U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Kellogg Unit Reformation Study: Public involvement summary report, 1989.

 

2.5.102-Do. San Joaquin Valley Drainage Program, 1989.

 

2.5.103-San Francisco Estuary Project Facts, 1992.

 

BOX 6: PERIPHERAL CANAL

 

2.6.1-Peripheral Canal (1979-82)

 

2.6.2-SB 200 Referendum (1980)

 

2.6.3-League of Women Voters Corresp. On SB 200/Peripheral Canal (1980-81)

 

2.6.4-Peripheral Canal alternative (1981)

 

2.6.5-Peripheral Canal Clippings (1980-81)

 

BOX 7: CONFERENCES & TOURS

 

2.7.1-CONFERENCES: Public participation concepts & skills [Environmental Protection Agency], Pacific Grove, 1976

 

2.7.2-CONFERENCES: Calif. Water problems, LA, 7/77

 

2.7.3-CONFERENCES: 11th biennial conf. on groundwater, Frsno, 9/77

 

2.7.4-CONFERENCES: Jobs & environment conf., SF, 10/77

 

2.7.5-CONFERENCES: Environmental management plan, SF, 6/78

 

2.7.6-CONFERENCES: How should water be managed in California?, UC Davis, 6/78

 

2.7.7-CONFERENCES: Water rights legislation symposium, Sacto., 8/78

 

2.7.8-CONFERENCES: Calif. Dept. Conservation workshop, Sacto., 9/78

 

2.7.9-CONFERENCES: California's energy future, Sacto., 9/78

 

2.7.10-CONFERENCES: Farm Bureau energy regulation conf., Sacto., 9/78

 

2.7.11-CONFERENCES: California's water planning & policies conf. II, Pacific Grove, 2/79

 

2.7.12-CONFERENCES: Assn. California Water Agencies workshop, 3/79

 

2.7.13-CONFERENCES: Conf. on western water issues, Cal Tech, 5/79

 

2.7.14-CONFERENCES: The future of the Delta conference, UC Davis, 3/80?

 

2.7.15-CONFERENCES: Water strategies for the 1980's conf., Monterey, 11/80

 

2.7.16-CONFERENCES: Calif. History Inst.: Calif. Water History, Stockton, 4/82

 

2.7.17-CONFERENCES: Bridges over troubled waters, Pacific Grove, 10/86

 

2.7.18-Tours: State Water Project (No. Calif.), 11/73

 

2.7.19-Tours: Do. (So. Calif.), 3/74

 

2.7.20-Tours: Calif. Aqueduct & Oroville Dam, 12/77

 

2.7.21-Tours: Inyo-Mono Area, 5/78

 

2.7.22-Tours: Fresno Area [National Land for People], 4/78

 

2.7.23-Tours: Colorado River Aqueduct, 6/78

 

2.7.24-Tours: Helms Creek PG & E facilities, ?/78

 

2.7.25-Tours: Moss Landing, ?/79

 

2.7.26-Tours: Diablo Canyon Power Plant, 10/80

 

2.7.27-Tours: Water Management Field Trip: San Joaquin Valley, 7/83

 

2.7.28-Tours: Mountains to the Seashore Tour, UC Davis, 4/85

 

BOX 8: CALIFORNIA WATER ISSUES---CLIPPINGS

 

2.8.1-1969-71

 

2.8.2-1972-75

 

2.8.3-1976-77

 

2.8.4-1978-79

 

2.8.5-1980

 

2.8.6-1981-83

 

2.8.7-1984-86

 

2.8.8-1987-92

 

2.8.9-Undated

 

SERIES III: NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL WATER & OTHER ISSUES

 

BOX 1: NATIONAL ISSUE FILES; LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS PUBLICATIONS

 

3.1.1-White House Water Policy Message (1978)

 

3.1.2-Equal Rights Amendment (1977-78)

 

3.1.3-Conservation Foundation Newsletter (1979-82)

 

3.1.4-American Farmland (Spr 1990)

 

3.1.5-Miscellaneous publications on national water issues (1977-80)

 

3.1.6-League of Women Voters Publications: Information brochures; lists of publications

 

3.1.7-League of Women Voters Publications: Annual Reports, 1978,80,88

 

3.1.8-League of Women Voters Publications: Broadcasting

 

3.1.9-League of Women Voters Publications: Education

 

3.1.10-League of Women Voters Publications: Energy

 

3.1.11-League of Women Voters Publications: Environment

 

3.1.12-League of Women Voters Publications: Government

 

3.1.13-League of Women Voters Publications: Housing

 

3.1.14-League of Women Voters Publications: International relations

 

3.1.15-League of Women Voters Publications: International trade

 

3.1.16-League of Women Voters Publications: Juvenile delinquency

 

3.1.17-League of Women Voters Publications: Law

 

3.1.18-League of Women Voters Publications: Social services

 

3.1.19-League of Women Voters Publications: Transportation

 

3.1.20-League of Women Voters Publications: Voters' guides

 

3.1.21-League of Women Voters Publications: Voting rights

 

3.1.22-League of Women Voters Publications: Water

 

3.1.23-League of Women Voters Publications: Welfare