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Tustin Water Works superintendent, Walter Rawlings, and Earl Rowenhorst watch water pour from a pipe as the La Veta well comes in, Tustin, ca. 1946. Walter Rawlings was the stepson of Charles Edward Utt. The Utt family owned the Tustin Water Works for over 80 years.