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Waterfall to Water Faucet
San Francisco. Public Utilities Commission
Auerbach Educational Production
Date Created and/or Issued
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SFMTA Photo Archive
California Revealed from SFMTA Photo Archive
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Color motion picture with sound from 1935 showing the complete Hetch Hetchy Water System of the City of San Francisco, from Hetchy Hetchy Reservoir and O'Shaughnessy Dam to a San Francisco kitchen faucet. Includes views of Eleanor Dam, Cherry Lake, Early Intake Powerhouse, Moccasin Powerhouse, transmission towers, Don Pedro Reservoir, Calaveras Reservoir, Pulgas Water Temple, Crystal Springs Reservoir and Pilarcitos Lake. Title screen reads: "The pictorial story of San Francisco's municipally-owned water and power facilities. Produced under direction of the Public Utilities Commission of San Francisco."
moving image
16mm film
Promotional films
Educational Films
1 Reel of 1
SFMTA Photo Archive
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