Water and Power for San Francisco from Hetch-Hetchy Valley in Yosemite National Park

by Martin S. Vilas

Publication Information: 1915, 27 p.

Annotation: This is a representative pamphlet on the pro-dam side of the debate over the acquisition of the Hetch-Hetchy Valley for a reservoir to provide water to San Francisco. It was written by a supporter of the dam after the decision to build the dam was made. It includes "unsolicited statements" in support of its views by several California officials who played active parts in winning approval for the dam.

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Title Page -- Water and Power for San Francisco from Hetch-Hetchy Valley, 1915
Image 1 -- "Unsolicited Statements" by senator-elect, congressman, mayor, and others
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Image 4 -- Picture of the Mayor of San Francisco
Image 5 -- Opening Page: "Facts Regarding Mountain Supply: History of City's Fight for Pure and Adequate Water"
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Image 8 -- Map and Drawing of Hetch-Hetchy Valley
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Image 12 -- What is the Raker Bill?
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Image 14 -- Drawings of "Lake Eleanor as it now is" and "Lake Eleanor Dam Site"
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Image 20 -- "What will be the operative effect of the Raker Bill on Yosemite National Park?"
Image 21 -- The Chief Engineer of the City of San Francisco
Image 22 -- The City Attorney of the City of San Francisco
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Image 24 -- Conclusions
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