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William Huston is recognized throughout California as a leader in economic and industrial development. For over forty years Bill was at the helm of the Watson Land Company, directing one of the country's largest industrial office park operations and one of the state's oldest enterprises. In these interviews Huston discusses the Watson Land Company development and management, which also relates to the Dominguez Water Company. Note on original container: Huston second interview, first session (copy); Watson Land Company Development 2nd interview first session Los Angeles 9-15-2004 J. Grenier. Tape has an introduction; Huston interview 2,side 3, bad recorder tape 2; Huston interview no. 2 sides (1 of 2), Original, talking about photo of SUDH groundbreaking
3 Tapes of 3
cdhs_000016_t01; cdhs_000016_t02; cdhs_000016_t03
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