The Hetch Hetchy Water Supply for San Francisco, 1912. John R. Freeman.
The Hetch Hetchy Water Supply for San Francisco, 1912
The Hetch Hetchy Water Supply for San Francisco, 1912
The Hetch Hetchy Water Supply for San Francisco, 1912

The Hetch Hetchy Water Supply for San Francisco, 1912

1912. Hardcover. A thorough report to the mayor of San Francisco by the hydraulic engineer known for designing Hetch Hetchy and several other water projects. The full title reads: "On the Proposed Use of a Portion of the Hetch Hetchy, Eleanor, and Cherry Valleys within and near to the Boundaries of the Stanislaus U.S. National Forest Reserve and the Yosemite National Park as Reservoirs for Impounding Tuolumne River Flood Waters and Appurtenant Works for the Water Supply of San Francisco, California, and Neighboring Cities. A Report to James Rolph, Jr., Mayor of San Francisco, and Percy V. Long, City Attorney." 12" x 9 ½". Oversized maroon cloth boards with black titles to front cover and spine. City seal stamped on front cover. Full title, copyright, maps, 1-401, i-lxv. Condition: Cloth boards bumped at corners, worn at head and tail of spine, 1 ¼" tear to cloth at head of front hinge. Text is clean and unmarked. Near Fine / No Jacket. Item #2014-U1029

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