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Article announces the sale of Owens Valley Irrigation Bonds. Purchase of bonds, the article relates, will guarantee water rights to the purchaser and protect said rights from outside city purchases.
1923-11-08
In a reprinted notice from October 29, 1923, Kluegel discloses that the City of Los Angeles has recently applied for a permit to "appropriate unappropriated water" in Inyo County. Kluegel gives details on the request and provides information for...
1923-11-08
Reprint of Kluegel's statement from December 12, 1916, reports that the City of Los Angeles has applied for water appropriation in Mono County. Piece lists information on the request and what to include should one desire to protest the...
1923-11-08
News article reports that a Los Angeles councilman seeks advice and aid from both the mayor and Public Service Commission on what actions to take in response to Owens Valley residents who protest the Los Angeles Aqueduct and camp at one of its...
1924-11-20
Report reveals that officials in Los Angeles have prepared to take action in the Owens Valley in response to damage done to the Los Angeles Aqueduct by local residents in the valley. Majority of article includes a quoted statement by President of...
1927-05-31
Fourth part in a series of articles on Owens Valley citizens describes the landscape of Bishop in Owens Valley. Article asserts that the fate of the towns of Big Pine and Independence may soon come to Bishop, but that its residents will put up a...
1924-04-24
Fifth in a series of articles on the Owens Valley, this piece begins with an assessment of the value of water in the Owens Valley once it has reached Los Angeles. The article then contrasts the assessment with short stories on citizens from the...
1924-04-25
Eighth part of a series of articles on Owens Valley residents covers the Los Angeles Aqueduct itself. Article begins with a short history of the aqueduct's conception and construction. Detailed description of the aqueduct, its path, reservoirs,...
1924-04-29
Photographs with news article paint a detailed picture of life within the camps of Owens Valley residents at the Los Angeles Aqueduct. The residents guard a gate on the aqueduct in protest. Article gives names of people and describes the community...
1924-11-20
W. B. Matthews counsels Los Angeles Public Services Commissioners to file suit against Inyo County for damages protesters have inflicted against the Los Angeles Aqueduct.
1924-11-20
The City of Los Angeles offers a little more than 5 million dollars for the cities of Laws, Lone Pine, Big Pine, Independence, and Bishop in order to settle its conflict with residents of the Owens Valley over the Los Angeles Aqueduct. Residents...
1929-06-30
The City of Los Angeles has increased its offer for the towns of Big Pine, Bishop, Independence, Lone Pine, and Laws to roughly 5.6 million. The article reports that this sum should settle the matter between the Owens Valley towns and the City of...
1929-08-25
Clipping announces that Inyo County has decreased in population due to the increase in water rights purchases by the City of Los Angeles. Article also points out the shut down of borax mines in Death Valley as a second cause for the population...
1930-05-26
Clipping contains census data from various cities in the United States. Also included is the population of Inyo County.
An offer to purchase the former Los Angeles Mayor Fred Eaton's ranch in Inyo County was submitted to the city's Water and Power Commission. Current Mayor John Clinton Porter states that the property is not worth the money offered. Article notes...
1930-11-30
In order to settle the Los Angeles Aqueduct conflict between Owens Valley residents and the City of Los Angeles, both sides are to submit position statements to the Los Angeles Clearinghouse Association. Article explains that the association, made...
Newspaper insert sends a message to readers on the plight of the people in the Owens Valley. Piece encourages readers to act with justice at a future legislative hearing in Sacramento on the conflict.
2017-11-23
Report contains a summary of the progress of the larger report on the environmental impact of Owens Valley water pumping by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. Report contains graphs on groundwater pumping patterns and amount of water...
1978-12-18
Report details a project to increase groundwater pumping of the Owens Valley and summarizes the consequent environmental impact on Inyo County. Report is dated June 1979.
1979-11-23
Report tells of a City of Los Angeles project to increase groundwater pumping in the Owens Valley. Report includes a summary of environmental impact and a chart that gives numbers related to the proposed project and possible alternatives.
Inyo County responds to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's report on the environmental impact of a project to increase groundwater pumping in Owens Valley. Inyo County document responds with criticism of the report and states that...

Newspaper insert raises awareness of Mono Lake's environmental condition as a result of water diversion towards the Los Angeles Aqueduct. Insert answers questions on how to consume water in an environmentally friendly way and lists ways to get...
Position paper of the Mono lake Committee reports on Mono Lake's environmental condition as a result of water diversion towards the Los Angeles Aqueduct. The paper details the aqueduct's environmental impact on the lake and local wildlife and...
1979-11-23
Document is related to a speech given by Steven Koblik of Pomona College on the history of the Los Angeles Aqueduct. Paper includes list of influential people involved with the aqueduct and a chronology of the aqueduct's development from the 1890s...
Shoemaker describes the geographic makeup of the Pomona Valley's natural water supply and details the history of the area's water usage and conservation. Document also mentions the value of water received from the Colorado River.
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