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Bound manuscript contains a report by a committee of engineers on the quality of cement used for the Los Angeles Aqueduct. Report gives information related to defects found in the cement mixtures, chemical tests, and analyses of the concrete....
2017-09-25
Document provides detailed financial information on the construction of the Los Angeles Aqueduct as well as tables showing expenditures for similar water projects. Document also gives financial information on the Spring Valley Appraisal project...

Document reprints a letter from Los Angeles Mayor John Clinton Porter to the city's Board of Water and Power Commissioners. Mayor Porter requests that the Board of Water and Power conduct fair business deals with land owners in the Owens Valley...
1930-06-24
In a report to the California Senate, Andrae B. Nordskog, president of the Southwest Water League, provides a list of complaints against the City of Los Angeles for fraud and deception in relation to the construction of the Los Angeles Aqueduct....
1933-05-11
Report title reads in full: "Communication to the California Legislature Relating to the Owens Valley Water Situation." Pamphlet contains information on construction and business dealings related to the Los Angeles Aqueduct. Information provided...
1931-04-27
Report presents the California Senate Special Investigating Committee's findings on the water conflict between Los Angeles and both the Inyo and Mono Counties. Report gives details as to the situation in both Inyo and Mono County and provides...
1931-05-07
Journal of the California State Legislature contains proceedings of the forty-ninth session of the assembly. Pages 3-17 contain a Southwest Water League report on the investigation of events related to the Los Angeles Aqueduct.
1931-04-27
Pamphlet contains the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's response to claims made by citizens of the Owens Valley for reparations as a result of damages due to the construction and use of the Los Angeles Aqueduct. The pamphlet lists...
Leaflet from the Concerned Citizens of Owens Valley gives a history of the Los Angeles Aqueduct and its effects on the Owens Valley. Publication then urges readers to read more information on the conflict in its other bulletins. Leaflet also...
1980-09-25
Publication by the League of Women Voters of the Eastern Sierra argues that a water pumping program by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power should be delayed because of its effects on the Owens Valley water table. The leaflet also...
1980-10-15
In a letter to the citizens of Los Angeles, the Owens Valley Business Men critique efforts the city of Los Angeles made to compensate the people of Owens Valley for damage done as a result of the Los Angeles Aqueduct. The letter implores readers...
Broadside contains a reprint of an editorial taken from the Los Angeles Record. Editorial describes the treatment of Owens Valley farmers by the city of Los Angeles after construction of the Los Angeles Aqueduct. The publication asserts that this...
Article reports that 250,460 acres of land in Inyo County have been held by order of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in order to allow the City of Los Angeles to purchase the land. Article states that the announcement was made last July but...
1933-10-13
Newspaper clipping from the Express features articles published twenty five and fifty years ago from then current date. Two articles deal with initial plans for the Los Angeles Aqueduct and the end of its construction.
1930-07-29
Clipping from the Express contains an article dated twenty five years from then current date related to Fred Eaton and William Mulholland's plan to construct the Los Angeles Aqueduct.
1930-07-30
Newspaper clipping from the Express contains two articles related to the Los Angeles Aqueduct dated fifty and twenty five years previous to then current news clipping. First article proposes an idea to construct an aqueduct from the Owens River to...
1930-07-31
News article commends Mayor John Clinton Porter of Los Angeles for refusing to purchase a piece of land in Mono Valley for the Los Angeles Aqueduct. The property, called Eaton's Ranch, is offered to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power...
1930-10-01
Editorial announces that bond money has been used to purchase all lands and buildings in the cities of Bishop, Big Pine, Lone Pine, and Laws. Article states that the next move is to purchase land in Long Valley and Mono Basin. Land purchases,...
1930-10-01
News article reports that the court trial of Bishop business enterprises versus the City of Los Angeles will commence on Monday. Article includes a list of disgruntled business owners and other groups such as two school districts. The people of...
1933-10-13
Short article reports the progress of the Los Angeles Aqueduct near the North Haiwee reservoir.
1933-10-13
Article critiques a move to secure lands in Inyo County for the City of Los Angeles to purchase. Article notes that the people of Inyo were not notified of the move and warns of possible manipulations similar to those earlier executed by Joseph...
1933-10-13
Detailed report uses tables, line graphs, and personal narratives to explain the economic plight of the citizens of Owens Valley. One chart gives thorough statistics on how individual farmers living in Owens valley have fared since the...
1926-09-01
News story reports that Judge Dehy, a resident of Inyo County, disqualifies himself as a judge in the dispute between Inyo County citizens and members of Los Angeles government. The residents involved protest the Los Angeles Aqueduct by camping...
1924-11-20
Article reports that attacks on the Los Angeles Aqueduct will now be considered a felony as result of recent destruction by Owens Valley residents. Along with the law change will come the addition of police forces to guard the aqueduct. Article...
1925-01-20
Article announces the publication by Owens Valley residents entitled "Facts." News article summarizes the publication and worries that it puts Los Angeles in a bad light because of the way it portrays the city's dealings with Owens Valley...
1925-01-09
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