Water rights -- California, Southern
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Collection contains Edward R. Bowen's memorandum, letters, and a report on the water supply and water rights of various areas in southern California. An employee of the Spring Valley Water Company, Bowen worked as a consulting engineer for water-related enterprises in both southern and northern California. Here, Bowen proposes costs and feasibility of developing water supplies and gives background information, such as water rights, on the water companies already in place within southern...
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 Company...
Howard D. Mills papers on the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, Water Resources Collection
Abstract: Metropolitan Water District reports, publications, correspondence, clippings, and meeting minutes.
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.)