Notes

Notes
1
Morrow Mayo's Los Angeles (New York, 1933)
Mayo's influence can be read most clearly in Carey McWilliams' treatment of the subject in Southern California Country: An Island on the Land (New York, 1946)
Owens Valley, and in Billion Dollar Blackjack: The Story ofCurruption and the Los Angeles Times (Beverly Hills, 1954)
Remi Nadeau observed in his Water Seekers (Garden City, N.Y., 1950)
Mayo's "wild charges and inaccurate history" had been "tacitly accepted as fact" (pp. 127-128).
2
"Joseph Barlow Lippincott and the Owens Valley Contro- versy: Time for Revision," Southern California Quarterly, 54 (Fall, 1972)
3
Ralph J. Roske, Everyman s Eden (New York, 1968), p. 409.
4
Vincent Ostrom, Water and Politics: A Story of Water Policies and Administration in the Development of Los Angeles (Los Angeles, 1953), pp. 42-47.
Robert M. Fogelson, The Fragmented Metropolis: Los Angeles 1830-1930 (Cambridge, Mass., 1967), p. 95.
5
Ostrom, Water and Politics, p. 46
6
Los Angeles City, Charter as Adopted January 1889 and Amended January 1903 (Los Angeles, 1903), pp. 58-60.
7
J. B. Lippincott, "William Mulholland— Engineer, Pioneer, Raconteur" Part II, Civil Engineering, 11:161-64 (March, 1941).
8
Willie Arthur Chalfant, The Story of Inyo (Published by the Author, Second Revised Edition, 1933). Hereinafter, Chalfant, 2nd.
9
Sacramento Union, March 30, 1927.
10
Chalfant, 2nd, p. 339.
11
Lippincott's apologium to a family friend, Fernand Lungren, is dated September 19, 1905, and is reprinted in full in Hoff- man, "Lippincott and Owens Valley Controversy," fn. 2.
12
Los Angeles Times, August 5, 1905.
13
Los Angeles Examiner, August 5, 1905.
14
Nadeau, Water Seekers, 25.
15
Eaton discusses his plans for a cattle empire in the Los Angeles Examiner, July 30, 1905.
Chalfant, 2nd, p. 343
16
footnotes 2
11
Chalfant, 2nd, p. 342
17
Arthur P. Davis to F. H. Newell, undated correspondence, quoted in Chalfant, 2nd, p. 343.
18
Lippincott to Lungren in Hoffman, "Lippincott and Valley Controversy."
19
Chalfant, 2nd, pp. 340-341.
20
Nadeau, Water Seekers, p. 28.
21
Los Angeles Times, July 29, 1905.
22
Ibid.
23
Chalfant 2nd, p. 345
San Francisco Call, April 28, 1924.
Chalfant reports (p. 348)
first edition of The Story of Inyo, published in 1922 (herein- after Chalfant 1st), he states that Lippincott and an aide received $1,000 from the city in direct payments (p. 324).
24
Remi Nadeau, Los Angeles (New York, 1960), p. 69.
Roske, Everyman's Eden, 415.
26
Los Angeles Examiner, August 16, 18, 1905.
27
Los Angeles Examiner, August 17, 28, 1905.
28
Erwin Cooper, Aqueduct Empire (Glendale, 1968), p. 60.
29
United States, Department of Agriculture, Weather Bureau, Climactic Summary of the United States (Washington, D.C., 1930), section 18, Southern California and Owens Valley, pp. 3-5, 17, 18.
30
Nadeau, Water Seekers, 20-21.
33
Los Angeles Examiner, July 31, 1905.
Nadeau, Water Seekers, p. 34
Examiner, on September 1, 1905
34
Los Angeles Examiner, August 2, 1905.
35
Los Angeles Examiner, July 30, 1905.
36
Los Angeles Examiner, August 15, 1905.
37
Los Angeles Examiner, August 16, 1905.
38
Los Angeles Examiner, August 20, 1905.
39
Los Angeles Times, August 25, 1905.
40
Los Angeles Examiner, August 24, 25, 28, 1905.
41
Examiner, September 2, 1905
42
W. A. Swanberg, Citizen Hearst (New York, 1961), pp. 221-222.
43
Los Angeles Times, June 23, 1906.
44
Henry F. Pringle, Theodore Roosevelt (New York, 1931), Harvest Books Edition, p. 302.
45
John Morton Blum, The Republican Roosevelt (New York, 1966), pp. 106-113.
46
Roosevelt's letter to Hitchcock is reprinted in full in the Los Angeles Times, June 28, 1906.
47
Ibid.
48
Los Angeles Times, June 29, 1906.
49
Roosevelt to Hitchcock, Los Angeles Times, June 28, 1906.
50
Fogelson, Fragmented Metropolis, 230-233
Ostrom, Water and Politics, pp. 83-84
51
Los Angeles Times, May 20, 21, and 24, 1907.
52
Los Angeles Herald, June 4, 1907.
53
Los Angeles Times, May 26, 1907.
54
Los Angeles Times, June 13, 1907.
55
Ostrom, Water and Politics, 94.
57
Martin J. Schiesl, "Progressive Reform in Los Angeles under Mayor Alexander, 1909-1913" California Historical Quarterly, 54 (Spring, 1975), pp. 37-56.
George Alexander, "What I am Going to Do" Pacific Outlook, April 3, 1909.
58
Roske, Everyman's Eden, 475.
59
Irvine's Revolution in Los Angeles (Los Angeles, 1911), p. 84.
60
Los Angeles Times, November 1, 1911.
61
Los Angeles Herald, November 4, 1911.
62
Los Angeles Herald, November 9, 1911.
63
Irving Stone's biography, Clarence Darrowfor the Defense (Garden City, N.Y., 1943), pp. 248-343.
64
Clarence Darrow, The Story of My Life (New York, 1932), p. 184.
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