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John Henry Dockweiler papers, Water Resources Collection

 Collection
Identifier: H-Mss-0267
Abstract:

John Dockweiler was a consulting engineer for water and power companies in Northern California near the San Francisco area. He represented Spring Valley Water Company, Cuyumaca Water Company, San Francisco's City Distribution System, and Marin County Water and Supply company. He worked on water projects during the early 20th century. Dockweiler's papers also include 19th century court cases such Spring Valley Water Company vs. City of San Francisco.

Dates: 1857-1916

Fred C. Finkle papers, Water Resources Collection

 Collection
Identifier: h19xx.22
Abstract Frederick Cecil Finkle (1865-1949) was an engineer and geologist who worked as Chief Engineer, Consulting Engineer, and expert in hydraulic work for at least 20 irrigation and water project companies in California, Colorado, Oregon, Washington, and Mexico. Among these were the mutual water companies in the Imperial Valley of California; the Southern California Edison Company; Arrowhead Reservoir and Power Company, Redlands and Yucaipa Land and Water Company, Mount Hood Railway and Power...
Dates: 1850-1981

Donald C. Meadows Collection

 Collection
Identifier: H-Mss-0526
Abstract

Historical account books of mining companies and businesses (1861-circa 1900), photograph album (circa 1890s-1940s), diary, correspondence, Meadows miscellany (1960s-1980s), Honnold Library Society (1973-1979).

Dates: 1861-1982

John Treanor papers of the San Diego Water Company, Water Resources Collection

 Collection
Identifier: H-Mss-0905
Abstract:

John Treanor was vice-president of the San Diego Water Company. He purchased the land to build Henshaw Reservoir and then later Hodges Dam and reservoir. In addition, he was on the Board of Trustees at Pomona College in the early 20th century. (Treanor, Thomas. John Treanor A Sketch of his Life wiht Excerpts from His Letters, Los Angeles, Zamorano Club, 1937.)

Dates: 1881-1935