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Inventory of the California State Reclamation Board Records
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Series Description

F3336:1-25

Series 1  Minutes 1913-1939

Physical Description: 25 volumes

Arrangement

The first three volumes are indexed chronologically by meeting dates and include recapitulations to the indexes. The remaining volumes are subject indexed.

Scope and Content Note

Subject matter covers reclamation districts applications for approval of improvement plans; Sacramento County Bridge construction; gold dredging in American River; Reclamation Board Act amendments; right-of-way condemnation suits; congressional appropriations; Yolo By-Pass Assessment; levee, channel, and dam construction; protests against reclamation projects; leasing and purchasing land; biennial reports; San Joaquin Flood Control Project; proposed legislation; reclamation districts expense claims; contract negotiations; Feather River Project; introduction of construction bids; flood control plans; Board resolutions; appointments and resignations of Board officers; requests for allocations; sale of delinquent lands; Chief Engineer's Reports; and Curry Flood Control Bill (Statutes of 1929, Chapter 388). Includes one volume of verbatim minute transcripts, 1913-1914.
F3336:26-40

Series 2  Board Correspondence 1912-1918

Physical Description: 15 volumes

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically, each volume separately indexed by name of correspondent.

Scope and Content Note

Includes copies of outgoing correspondence from President and Executive Secretary of Reclamation Board of Directors relating to administration of flood control projects, transfer of land titles to State, condemnation for right-of-way, litigation over proposed by-pass construction, location of levees, congressional appropriations, construction cost estimates, California Debris Commission, Board meetings, preparation of assessment rolls, State Highway Commission, Sacramento and San Joaquin Drainage District, pending legislation, U.S. Rivers and Harbors Commission, land assessments, and formation of reclamation districts.
See also Series 4, General Correspondence, 1913-1962 (F3336:44-61).
F3336:41-43

Series 3 Engineer's General Correspondence 1913-1917

Physical Description: 3 volumes

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically, each volume separately indexed.

Scope and Content Note

Flood Control Engineer E. A. Bailey, 1912-1917, was appointed by the State Engineer to work on reclamation activities. The Reclamation Board financed the position until it was abolished in 1918.
Includes letter press copies of outgoing correspondence dealing with such flood control matters as reclamation plans and surveys, canal measurements, land assessments, construction plan changes, elevation of flood plains, inspection of project sites, cross-sections of levees, applications for construction permits and approval of drainage district plans plus administrative activities such as personnel appointments, finances and construction costs, and survey supplies and equipment inventories. Includes typescript of Engineer's Daily Log, 1913-1919, indexed alphabetically by subject.
F3336:44-61

Series 4  General Correspondence 1913-1962

Physical Description: 1 volume and 18 file folders

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by correspondence date.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters received, copies of letters sent, reports, transcripts, summaries, outlines, lists, inventories, statements, notes, bills, resolutions, telegrams, maps, newspaper clippings, and memoranda relating to such subjects as right-of-way condemnation suits, river and by-pass levee construction, formation of drainage districts, Sacramento Flood Control Project, sale of warrants to cover construction costs, high water conditions, construction bids, personnel salaries, reclamation districts' annual reports, board litigation violation of Reclamation Board standards by dredging companies, estimated construction costs, procurement of property rights, equipment costs, contract negotiations, supply orders, San Joaquin Flood Control Plan, approval of bridge construction plans, injunctions against reclamation districts, U.S. Rivers and Harbors Committee, complaints about reclamation projects, land claims, reclamation district assessments, levee construction and repairs, approval of private reclamation projects, California Debris Commission, pending legislation, and U.S. Corps of Engineers.
F3336:62-213

Series 5  Subject Files 1912-1964

Physical Description: 152 file folders

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically thereunder.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters received, copies of letters sent, minutes, reports, transcripts, resolutions, agreements, petitions, addresses, applications, newsletters, brochures, bulletins, rosters, tabulations, claims receipts, charts, newspaper clippings, telegrams, maps, blueprints, photostats, photographs, notes, rough drafts, and memoranda covering such subjects as property and equipment inventories; acquisition and disposal of Brannan Island; California Economic Research Council; dredging permits; bridge construction; reclamation project complaints; irrigation districts; Los Angeles Flood Control District; migratory bird refuge; U.S. Rivers and Harbors Committee; Sacramento Flood Control Project, 1913-1948; Water Resources Commission; State Water Problems Conference, 1915-1916; property taxes; settlement of project assessments; refunds to land owners; Curry Bill; budget allocations; California Central Valley Flood Control Association; state and federal legislation; Department of Fish and Game; property leases; watershed, levees, and by-passes; personnel policies; U.S. Corps of Engineers' public notices; Reber Plan; Reclamation Board Reorganization Plans, 1953-1962; Survey Progress Reports, 1913-1917; Sacramento-Yolo Port District; and reclamation districts.
F3336:214-309

Series 6  Contracts, Subcontracts and Related Records 1949-1969

Physical Description: 96 file folders

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by project title and chronologically thereunder.

Scope and Content Note

Contains letters received, copies of letters sent, minutes, transcripts, reports, resolutions, diaries, plans and specifications, permits, bids, bonds, bills, receipts, notices, notes, graphs, blueprints, newspaper clippings, and memoranda pertaining to projects such as Bear Creek: Alpine Road Bridge; Bear Creek: Sacramento, Davis, and West Lane Bridges; Chico-Mud Sandy: Sacramento, Meridian, and Bell Bridges; Mormon Slough: Copperopolis Road Bridge, and Nelson Bend Clearing and Fence Construction relating primarily to bridge construction but also includes Colusa Weir sedimentation problems, Bear Creek Flood Control Project, diversion ditch construction, and Sycamore Creek Channel reconstruction.
Included is one cubic foot of standard agreements, 1949-1965 by which the Reclamation Board subcontracted work to various state and local agencies and companies such as the State Division of Highways, State Division of Water Resources, Central California Irrigation District, San Joaquin County Department of Public Works, Merced Irrigation District, City of Chico, and Southern Pacific Company.
See also Series 21, Photographs, 1952-1967 (F3336:664-675).
F3336:310-476

Series 7  Legal Cases 1948-1967

Physical Description: 167 file folders

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by case title or subject and chronologically thereunder.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters received, copies of letters sent, minutes, transcripts, reports, resolutions, lists, notices, notes, and memoranda regarding such subjects as eminent domain; inverse condemnation; unauthorized use of levees for highways and pasturage; relocation and regulation of public utilities within flood control project areas; suits for damages such as Feather River Flood, 1957-1958; Shasta Dam, 1948; Cache Creek Flood, 1958; and Huffmaster (New Helvetia Rancho) vs. State of California, 1926-1960; assessment of flood control areas; federal litigation involving right-of-way and easement contracts; condemnation complaints; violation of Public Utilities Commission's regulations; and compensation for flowage easements.
See also Series 21, Photographs, 1952-1967 (F3336:664-675).
F3336:477-484

Series 8  Farm Data Records 1916-1924

Physical Description: 8 volumes

Scope and Content Note

Contains reports, forms, lists, graphs, and memoranda relating to land assessment values, kinds and productivity of crops grown, property ownership, taxes and assessment charges, and school district tax schedules.
Farm Data- Glenn and Butte Counties (1 vol.) F3336:477
Farm Data- Colusa County (3 vols.) F3336:478-480
Farm Data- Sutter County (3 vols.) F3336:481-483
Farm Data- Yolo, Sutter and Sacramento Counties (1 vol.) F3336:484
F3336:485-490

Series 9  Plans and Estimates 1917-1920

Physical Description: 6 volumes

Arrangement

Arranged numerically by assessment number and chronologically thereunder.

Scope and Content Note

Primarily concerning Sutter-Butte By-Pass Project; plans and estimates include correspondence, tabulations, and blueprints relating to levying district assessments. Plans with maps for proposed reclamation work deal with such topics as locations for by-pass levees, essential preparation required for levee construction, land acquisition for right-of-way and easements, pumping plant construction requirements, and estimate of construction costs pertaining to kind of work, location and description of reclamation project, amount of work in cubic yards, unit cost, and total cost.
Plans and Estimate - Sutter-Butte By-Pass, Amend No. 6 (1917) (1 vol.) F3336:485
Amended Plan - Sutter-Butte By-Pass, Amend No. 6 (1918) (1 vol.) F3336:486
Amended Plan and Estimate - Sutter-Butte By-Pass, Amend No. 6 (1919) (1 vol.) F3336:487
3rd Amended Plan and Estimate - Sutter-Butte By-Pass, Amend No. 6 (1920) (2 vols.) F3336:488-489
Plan and Estimate, Project No. 7, Levee-Feather River Reclamation District No. 823 (1918) (1 vol.) F3336:490
See also Public Works Dept., Division of Highways; District III; Route File; Yol-87A, 1944-1950. (F3802:493).
F3336:491-498

Series 10  Design and Computation Records 1918-1922

Physical Description: 9 volumes

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content Note

Relates to Sutter By-Pass, Yolo By-Pass, and Feather River Project. Design and computation records include correspondence, lists, tabulations, summaries, notes, drawings, graphs, blueprints, and maps covering such subjects as bridges, drainage, pumping plants, and roof trusses. Data pertains to calculations to determine size and amount of materials needed, topographical and profile maps of reclamation project areas, list of materials giving cost and sizes, rainfall diagrams, watershed runoff and seepage estimates, and proposed design descriptions.
Plan and Estimate, Bridges D1 and D2 (1922) (1 vol.) F3336:491
Plan and Estimate - Various Bridges - High Span (1921) (1 vol.) F3336:492
Estimate - Concrete Highway Bridges (1920) (1 vol.) F3336:493
Sutter By-Pass Plan and Estimate (1920) (1 vol.) F3336:494
Pump's Plant No. 1 Chandler (1921) (1 vol.) F3336:495
Pump's Plant No. 2 Chandler (1921) (2 vols.) F3336:496-497
Description - Yolo By-Pass (1921) (1 vol.) F3336:498
F3336:499-560

Series 11  Description and Collection Lists 1918-1946

Physical Description: 60 volumes

Arrangement

Arranged numerically by assessment number and alphabetically by county name thereunder.

Scope and Content Note

Relates to Sacramento and Feather River Flood Control Projects; a typical description list includes a schedule of maps, plats, and surveys used and contains index number, name of owner, description of tracts of land assessed, net acreage, total amount assessed against each tract, and dates (month) principal, interest, and penalty was paid to county treasurer.
A collection list includes the same information as a description list plus proportional allowance, to date of installment of $3,000,000 appropriated by the State of California for flood control; net amount of assessment to date of installment; first installment 3 1/2 percent, collection of first installment (the same for second, third, and fourth installments) including amount of principal and interest, and payments in excess of call. Details of payments, credits, and refunds contained in collection lists consists of tract number, principal paid, principal cancelled, total plus any interest and penalty paid or portion of interest refundable. Delinquent Lists at the front of each volume identifies tracts, which did not pay assessments, amount of unpaid installments, interest, penalty, and total amount due.
See Appendix A for a list of volume titles.
See also Warrant Registers, Journal, and Related Records; Collection List, 1918-1924 (F3336:588-610).
F3336:561-575

Series 12  Questionnaires and Annual Expenditure Reports 1915-1930

Physical Description: 15 file folders

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by document date.

Scope and Content Note

Questionnaires, of the Sacramento River Flood Control Project used to produce Annual Expenditure Reports, are filed with annual reports.
Questionnaires include letters received, copies of letters sent, summaries, notes, telegrams, blueprints, and memoranda containing district data such as district number, officers' names and addresses, and office address, information concerning acreage, assessed area, bonds issued, assessment values, other obligations, credits for reclamation work performed for other agencies, cost of completed drainage work, planned improvements, and total expended by district upon levees or other portions of Sacramento Flood Control Project.
A typical Annual Expenditure Report contains copies of letters sent, summaries, tabulations, rough drafts, notes, and reports covering expenditures made by state, cities, districts, and private interests; amount expended since the establishment of the Sacramento Flood Control Project in July 1910; and these interests since reclamation began.
F3336:576-587

Series 13  Claim Registers and Related Records 1913-1943

Physical Description: 12 volumes

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by type of record and chronologically thereunder.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Claim Registers, 1913-1925; Claim Schedule-Payroll Ledger, 1928-1932; Distribution of Claims, 1924; Distribution Transfer-Voucher Ledger, 1917-1924; Expenditure Distribution, 1913-1933; Invoice Register, 1923-1926; Right-of-way Claim Ledger, 1933-1943; and Reimbursements, 1923.
A typical Claim Register contains date, claim number, claimant's name, amount of claim, charge (expenses, sundry, and account title) funds (detail, total, and account title) voucher number, amounts approved by Reclamation Board and Board of Control, approved claim total, and adjustments (account-additions, deductions, and account title) and funds (debit, credit, and account title).
State Reclamation Board-Claims Register (1913-1917) F3336:576
Claims and Refunds-Appropriations, Chapter 170 (1913) F3336:577
Claims Register (1917-1922) F3336:578
Controllers' Balance Book (1920-1927) F3336:579
Transmittal of Claims (1920-1921) F3336:580
American River Flood Control-Schedule of Bills Filed (1928-1932) F3336:581
Revolving Fund-Current Accounts-Distribution of Claims (1923-1924) F3336:582
Distribution-Transfer Vouchers (1919-1924) F3336:583
Expenditure Distribution (1913-1933) F3336:584
Invoice Register (1923-1926) F3336:585
Right-of-Way Claim Ledger (1929-1943) F3336:586
Reimbursements (1923) F3336:587
F3336:588-610

Series 14  Warrant Registers, Journals, and Related Records 1915-1944

Physical Description: 23 volumes

Arrangement

Arranged numerically by assessment number, alphabetically by type of record, and chronologically thereunder.

Scope and Content Note

Series contains Warrant Registers, Warrant Journals, and Assessment District No. 6 Warrant Records.
Warrant Registers include Index of Warrants, 1915-1930; Warrant Registers, 1915-1928; Warrant Payments Ledger, 1927-1938; and Assessment Funds (Sale of Warrants) Ledger, 1919-1920. A typical warrant register contains such data as date registered, warrant number, name of payee, amount of warrant, name of endorsee, renewal date, date paid, paid to whom, principal paid, interest paid, and total paid.
Warrant Journals, 1918-1924, relate to accounting transactions covering leased lands-installments due; checks in transit to State Treasurer; payments due revolving fund; cash contingent fund; approved claims payable; accounts payable; warrants drawn from registry of assessment districts; expenditures of assessment districts; revenue from special appropriation; bonded assessment uncalled; bonds available for issue; accrued interest of assessment districts; advances to claimants; and registered warrants. See also Fiscal Records; Accounting Ledgers and Related Records; Control Ledgers; Warrant Journal, 1913-1917. (F3336:645-663)
Assessment District No. 6 Warrant Records include County Treasurer's Reports (on warrants turned in as assessment payments) Ledger, 1928-1935; Warrants Outstanding Journal, 1919-1937; Records of Tracts (on which assessment was paid) Ledgers, 1928-1935; Warrant Retirement Detail Journals, 1918-1936; and Unregistered Warrant Registers, 1934-1942.
Index of Warrants (1915-1930) F3336:588
Warrant Register (1915-1928) F3336:589
Warrant Register (1915-1927) F3336:590
Journal (1918-1925) F3336:591
Assessment Funds Ledger (1919-1920) F3336:592
Registered Warrants Subsidiary Ledger (1919-1923) F3336:593
Register of Warrants on Hand (1922-1923) F3336:594
Expenditure Journal (1926-1938) F3336:595
Warrant Register (1919-1922) F3336:596
Warrant Register (1914-1922) F3336:597
Warrant Journals (1922-1923) F3336:598
Warrant Journals (1924) F3336:599
Warrant Journals (1924) F3336:600
Warrant Journals (1939-1944) F3336:601
Warrant Journal-County Treasurer's Reports (1919-1936) F3336:602
Exchanged Warrants (1928-1929) F3336:603
Warrants Outstanding-Journal (1919-1931) F3336:604
Warrant Journal-Record of Tracts (1928-1930) F3336:605
Warrant Journal-Record of Tracts (1928-1932) F3336:606
Warrant Retirement Detail Journal (1919-1936) F3336:607
Warrant Retirement Detail Journal F3336:608
Unregistered Warrants-Sutter-Butte By-Pass (1934-1938) F3336:609
Retirement Journal-Unregistered Warrants (1934-1942) F3336:610
F3336:611-624

Series 15  Journal Vouchers 1924-1939 1944-1953

Physical Description: 14 volumes

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Includes date, explanations covering amount of installment paid for flood control; lease accounts containing name of lease, location and amount of acreage, rental time period, and cost of lease; check and claim numbers for amount to be reimbursed by State Treasurer, Revolving Fund; amount received from fruit company for products raised on reclamation land; claim number of cash received from Department of Finance for rebate on freight; credit, interest, and penalties remitted to State Treasurer for deposit in assessment district for collections made relative to pasturage rights; and ledger accounts pertaining to amounts of general funds in State Treasury; reserve for flood control refunds; leased lands-deferred installments; reserve for unaccrued revenue; checks in transit to State Treasurer; revenue from land rentals; approved claims receivable revenue from crops; expenditures out of particular assessment districts; claims payable-not warranted; interests on rentals; and warrants on hand.
F3336:625-632

Series 16 Cash Books 1913-1950

Physical Description: 7 volumes

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by type of record and chronologically thereunder.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Cash Contingent Fund, 1915-1950 and Cash Receipts and Disbursements, 1913-1918.
A typical entry under Cash Contingent Fund consists of deposits-date, check number, claim number, remarks, amount of check, and amount brought forward; and checks drawn-date, check number, payee, item (purpose), claim number, amount claimed, and amount brought forward.
A typical entry under Cash Receipts and Disbursements includes receipts (date, received from whom, voucher number, amount, distribution income and sundry, account title) and deposits (date, commercial, and state).
Cash Contingent Fund-1st Book (1915-1921) F3336:625
Missing-Misnumbered-Out card F3336:626 Omitted in Numbering F3336:626
Cash Contingent Fund-2nd Book (1921-1925) F3336:627
Cash Contingent Fund (1925-1937) F3336:628
Cash Contingent Fund (1937-1950) F3336:629
Cash Disbursements F3336:630
Cash Receipts F3336:631
Cash Receipts and Disbursements F3336:632
F3336:633-638

Series 17  Cost Analysis Ledgers 1913-1942

Physical Description: 6 volumes

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

A typical ledger covers accounts for general operations, Engineering Direction Act, reclamation projects, assessment districts, flood control plans, expenditures such as Board members' per diem, salaries, and traveling expenses; employees' salaries and traveling expenses; telephone, express, freight, postage, printing, field subsistence, office and field supplies; assessors' per diem and traveling expenses; assessment data, maps and plats, advertising, and miscellaneous.
Analysis Ledger-General Fund Charges F3336:633
Analysis Ledger-State Reclamation Board No. 1 F3336:634
Cost Ledger F3336:635
Construction Ledger F3336:636
Cost Analysis Ledger-Administrative F3336:637
Distribution of Expenditures-Assessment No. 6 F3336:638
F3336:639-644

Series 18  General Ledgers 1914-1950

Physical Description: 6 volumes

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically and numerically by assessment number within each volume.

Scope and Content Note

A typical General Ledger includes diverse data such as equipment inventories, current expenditures, revenue from statutory appropriations (year and chapter number), contributions to reclamation projects, State Treasury Revolving Fund, Cash Contingent Fund, approved claims receivable, minor projects not assessed, accumulated expenditures, bills collectible, budget allotments, checks in transit to State Treasurer, estimated receipts, property equity, claims filed by Reclamation Board, County Treasurers' collections, equipment depreciation allowance, current revenue from land rentals, interest earned on warrants, equipment rental, crop and pasturage sales, assessment revenues, administrative expenditures, crop revenues, equipment sales, motor vehicle inventories, oil and gas leases, advances to contractors for future work, surplus property, assessment interest and penalties, emergency fund contributions, work in progress to be billed, flood control refunds accrued, Joint Navigation Fund contributions, accrued interest on bonds, liquidation of encumbrances, construction claims, summary of demands, warrants in escrow, right-of-way vouchers, and share crop leases.
List of All Claims from the Beginning F3336:639
Reclamation Board-General Ledger F3336:640
General Ledger-Transfer No. 2 F3336:641
General Ledger-Transfer F3336:642
Original Entries F3336:643
Current Expenditures Distribution F3336:644
F3336:645-663

Series 19  Accounting Ledgers and Related Records 1913-1954

Physical Description: 19 volumes

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by type of record and chronologically thereunder.

Scope and Content Note

Series consists of Accounting Ledgers, 1922-1936 and Miscellaneous Accounting Records including Budget Allotment Transfer Ledgers, 1937-1954; Control Ledgers, 1913-1945; Reclamation District Organization Ledger, Undated; W.P. Dwyer Contract Journals, 1919-1922; Encumbrance Ledger, 1932-1943; Joint Navigation and Flood Project Ledger, 1930-1939; Project Cost Ledger, 1930-1940; Public Works/Reclamation Board Reports Ledger, 1938-1940; and Register of Leases, 1918-1946.
A typical accounting ledger includes date, item (type of account, folio (I.D. number), debit, credit, and balance; and covers accounts such as receivable from General Fund; claims payable approved by Board; liability to landowners for refunds; revenue from state appropriations; expenditure for relief of assessments, payments of refunds to landowners; general fund current account; accumulated surplus; California Debris Commission-uncleared advances; revenues contributed by local interests; expenditures for additions and betterments; claims payable filed; Joint Navigation Fund-cash state; fund in State Treasury; checks in transit to Treasury; abatements receivable; reserve for uncollected abatements; deposits in courts (to cover condemnation suits); warrants on hand pending delivery; warrants in escrow; local reclamation district warrants owned; receivable from Sacramento and San Joaquin Drainage District Fund; allotments for purchase of warrants or bonds; liability to retirement fund; revolving fund-cash contingent fund; and assessment district numbered accounts consisting of current appropriations, estimated unappropriated funds, estimated receipts, budget allotments unencumbered, unliquidated encumbrances, reserve for claims pending, unexpected allotments-prior Biennium, present expendable surplus, corp. revenue, liquidation activities, net cash, and unbudgeted surplus.
Accounts Payable Ledger F3336:645
Ledger F3336:646
Accumulated Ledger F3336:647
Supplementary Ledger F3336:648
Control Ledger-Budgetary F3336:649
Budget Allotment Ledger F3336:650
Control Ledger-Proprietary F3336:651
Budget Allotment Transfer Ledger No. 1 F3336:652
Budget Allotment Transfer Ledger No. 2 F3336:653
Control Ledger F3336:654
Statement of Control Ledger F3336:655
Control Ledger-Assessment Funds 6-30-39 to 6-30-51 F3336:656
Ledger Showing District Numbers, County, District Name, Official's Name and Address, Date of Incorporation, Acreage, Map No. and a Column for Remarks F3336:657
W. F. Dryer Contract-Ledger F3336:658
W. F. Dryer Contract-Assessment No. 7 F3336:659v
Reclamation Board-Encumbrance Ledger and Reports F3336:660
Joint Navigation and Flood Control Project Fund Expenditures F3336:661
Report to Department of Public Works and State Reclamation Board to Director of Finance F3336:662
Ledger-Sundry Distributions F3336:663
MC2:1-17

Series 20  Sutter-Butte By-Pass Project Map 1919

Physical Description: 1 document

Scope and Content Note

Preliminary boundary of Assessment No. 6 for Sutter-Butte By-Pass Project includes Sacramento and San Joaquin Drainage District Boundaries, right of way line for Butte Base By-Pass, and by-pass levees constructed and proposed. Shows cities, streets, rivers, mountains, and railroads.
F3336:664-675

Series 21  Photographs 1952-1967

Physical Description: 12 file folders

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by project or case title.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of 270 black and white prints, majority 3½" × 5", 13 negative, 2½" × 3½" and 5 color transparencies, 2" square relating to contracts and legal cases such as Bear Creek Project; Eight Mile Road Bridge, Burham Ferry Bridge, Mormon Slough Project; Panella Farm Slough, Halprin vs. State of California, and Reclamation District 1500 vs. Sutter Basin Corporation primarily depicting the various stages of bridge construction including pile driving into river beds, framing bridges, leveling concrete over metal grids, paving bridge decks, installing bridge fencing, and completed bridges.
F3336:676

Series 22  Scrapbook 1904-1914

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

Typescript abstracts of the Sacramento Bee, indexed.
Includes such topics as flood control, land reclamation, Engineering Commission, federal and state legislation, tax rates, legal suits, railroad conditions, levee maintenance, and channel repairs.

Container List

 

Appendix A: Description & Collection Lists

Folder 499

General Assessment-Colusa County

Folder 500

General Assessment-Contra Costa, Fresno & Madera Counties

Folder 501

General Assessment-Glenn & Butte Counties

Folder 502

General Assessment-Merced County

Folder 503

General Assessment-Sacramento City-Book No. 1

Folder 504

General Assessment-Sacramento City-Bood No. 2

Folder 505

General Assessment-Sacramento City-Book No. 3

Folder 506

General Assessment-Sacramento County

Folder 507

General Assessment-Solano & San Joaquin Counties

Folder 508

General Assessment-Stanislaus County

Folder 509

General Assessment-Sutter County-Book No. 1

Folder 510

General Assessment-Sutter County-Book No. 2

Folder 511

General Assessment-Yolo County

Folder 512

General Assessment-Yuba County

Folder 513

General Assessment No. 1, Sacramento County-Itemized List of Collections

Folder 514

General Assessment No. 1, Butte, Colusa & Glenn Counties-Itemized List of Collections

Folder 515

General Assessment No. 1, Delinquent List, 1938 for Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Sacramento, Stanislaus, Sutter & Yolo Counties

Folder 516

Assessment No. 3-Sacramento By-Pass

Folder 517

Assessment No. 3-Sacramento By-Pass-Sacramento City (Old city) Book No. 1-A-L

Folder 518

Assessment No. 3-Sacramento By-Pass-Sacramento City (Old city) Book No. 2-Associations-M-

Folder 519

Assessment No. 3-Sacramento By-Pass-Sacramento City (Annex) Book No. 3 A-L

Folder 520

Assessment No. 3-Sacramento By-Pass-Sacramento City (Annex) Book No. 4 Railroads-M-

Folder 521

Assessment No. 3-Sacramento By-Pass-San Joaquin County

Folder 522

Assessment No. 3-Sacramento By-Pass-Solano County

Folder 523

Assessment No. 3-Sacramento By-Pass-Sutter County

Folder 524

Assessment No. 3-Sacramento By-Pass-Yolo County

Folder 525

Assessment No. 3-Fremont Weir Site-Colusa County

Folder 526

Assessment No. 3-Fremont Weir Site-Sacramento County

Folder 527

Assessment No. 4-Fremont Weir Site-Sutter County

Folder 528

Assessment No. 4-Fremont Weir Site-Yolo County

Folder 529

Freeport Levee Assessment-Sacramento County

Folder 530

Freeport Levee Assessment-San Joaquin County

Folder 531

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Butte County

Folder 532

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Collection Lists-Butte County

Folder 533

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Colusa County-Book No. 1

Folder 534

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Colusa County-Book No. 2

Folder 535

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Colusa County-Book No. 3

Folder 536

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Collection Lists-Colusa County Book No. 1

Folder 537

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Collection Lists-Colusa County Book No. 2

Folder 538

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Glenn County

Folder 539

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Sacramento County

Folder 540

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Collection Lists-Glenn & Sacramento Counties

Folder 541

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Reapportionment Lists-Sacramento County-Book No. 2

Folder 542

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Sutter County-Book No. 1

Folder 543

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Sutter County-Book No. 2

Folder 544

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Collections Lists-Sutter County-Book No. 1

Folder 545

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Collections Lists-Sutter County-Book No. 2

Folder 546

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Reapportionment Lists-Sutter County-Book No. 3

Folder 547

Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Collection Lists-Yolo & Yuba Counties

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Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Yolo County

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Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Yuba County

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Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-County Treasurer's Collection Reports

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Sutter-Butte By-Pass-Assessment No. 6-Details of Payments, Credits & Refunds on each Tract-Sutter County (1935)

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Feather River Assessment No. 7-Sutter County

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Feather River Assessment No. 7-Reapportionment Lists-Sutter County-Book No.

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Feather River Assessment No. 7-Collection Lists

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Feather River Assessment No. 7-Collection Lists-Butte County

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Feather River Assessment No. 7-Collection Lists-Sutter County

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Hood Levee-Assessment No. 8-Assessment Lists-San Joaquin & Sacramento County

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Assessment No 1-Collections since 1922-Reclamation Board Report (1937)

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Assessment Ledger-Closing Entries-Assessments No. 1,3,6,7, & 8 (1949)

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Assessment List & Index-Reclamation District No. 784