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Letter and report to California Governor Friend William Richardson provides contextual information surrounding the take-over of the Alabama Hills waste gate by Owens Valley residents. Waste gate is part of the Los Angeles Aqueduct, and its take-over comes as a response to water use practices by the City of Los Angeles. Report contains information on the aqueduct as well as statements from both local and national newspapers and from Owens Valley residents.
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Monograph, 105 scanned pages: Letter of transmittal and report of W. F. McClure, state engineer [Dept. of Public Works]: concerning the Owens Valley--Los Angeles controversy: to Governor Friend Wm. Richardson, HD1694.C2 A5 1925, Water Resources Collection, Special Collections, Honnold/Mudd Library