NOTES

NOTES
1
Vincent Ostrom, Water & Politics: A Study of Water Policies and Administra- tion in the Development of Los Angeles (Los Angeles: The Haynes Foundation, 1953), pp. 57-59;
Remi A. Nadeau, The Water Seekers (Santa Barbara: Peregrine Smith, Inc., 1974), pp. 43-44;
J. Gregg Layne, Water and Power for a Great City: A History of the Department of Water and Power of the City of Los Angeles to December, 1950 (Los Angeles: Department of Water and Power, 1952), p. 114;
Gordon R. Miller, "Los Angeles and the Owens River Aqueduct" (Ph.D. disserta- tion, Claremont Graduate School, 1978), p. 235.
Abraham Hoffman, "Joseph Barlow Lippincott and the Owens Valley Controversy: Time for Revision," Southern California Quarterly, 54 (Fall 1972), 239-240, 253-254.
2
Herbert Shapiro, "The McNamara Case: A Crisis of the Progressive Era," Southern California Quarterly, 59 (Fall 1977), 274;
Grace Heilman Stimson, Rise of the Labor Movement in Los Angeles (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1955), pp. 391-406.
3
Knox Mellon, "Job Harriman: The Early and Middle Years, 1861-1912" (Ph.D. dissertation, Claremont Graduate School, 1972), p. 168.
4
Los Angeles Times, December 1, 1911.
5
Mellon, "Job Harriman," pp. 179-183.
6
Los Angeles Times, December 3, 1911.
7
Ibid., December 12, 1911.
8
Ibid., December 14, 1911.
9
Nadeau, Water Seekers, pp. 41-43;
Complete Report on Construction of the Los Angeles Aqueduct (Los Angeles: Department of Public Service, 1916), pp. 255-256.
10
Los Angeles Times, January 10, 1912.
Ostrom, Water & Politics, p. 57,
11
Los /Angeles Express, January 6, 1912.
12
Los Angeles Times, January 13, 1912.
13
Ibid., January 17, 1912.
14
Ibid., January 23, 1912.
15
Ibid., January 24, 1912.
16
Ibid., January 25, 1912.
17
Ibid., February 2, 1912.
18
Ibid,, February 7, 1912.
19
Ibid.
20
Los Angeles Municipal News, April 24, 1912.
21
W. A. Chalfant, The Story of Inyo (Bishop: the Author, 1933), p. 372,
" Layne, Water and Power for a Great City, p. 114,
22
Los Angeles Times, February 17 and 21, 1912
23
Ibid., February 29, 1912.
24
Los Angeles Herald, March 30, 1912; Los Angeles Express, March 30, 1912.
25
Los Angeles Times, April 2. 3, 6, 9, 10, and 12, 1912.
26
Ibid., May 17, 1912;
Los Angeles Examiner, May 17, 1912.
27
Los Angeles Municipal News, May 1, 1912;
Los Angeles Times, April 26 and 27, 1912.
"William Horatio Sanders," American Society of Civil Engineers, Transactions, 88 (1925), 1435-1436.
28
Gervaise Purcell, et al, Report on Municipally Manufactured Cements Used on Los Angeles Aqueduct from Owens River to the San Fernando Valley, Cali- fornia (Philadelphia: Association of American Portland Cement Manufacturers, 1912).
Los Angeles Municipal News, May 1, 1912.
29
W. T. Spilman, The Conspiracy: An Exposure of the Owens River Water and San Fernando Land Frauds (Los Angeles: Alembic Club, [1912]);
Miller, Los Angeles and the Owens River Aqueduct," pp. 231-232;
Los Angeles Municipal News, May 1, 15, and 22, 1912. On the journalistic campaign of 1907,
An- thony Cifarelli, "The Owens River Aqueduct and the Los Angeles^ Times: A Study in Early Twentieth Century Business Ethics and Journalism" (Master's thesis, UCLA, 1969), Chapter 6.
30
Los Angeles Municipal News, April 24 and May 1, 1912;
Los Angeles limes, April 28, 1912.
31
Los Angeles Times, May 18, 28, and 29, 1912;
Los Angeles Municipal news, May 15 and 29, 1912.
32
Los Angeles Municipal News, June 12, 1912.
33
Los Angeles Times, June 13 and 19, 1912.
34
Board, Report of the Aqueduct Investi- gation Board to the City Council of Los Angeles (Los Angeles, 1912), pp. 40-42, cited hereafter as AIB Report;
Los Angeles Municipal News, July 10, 1912;
Los Angeles Times, July 12, 1912.
35
Johnson and Cobb to Alexander, July 15, 1912, reproduced in AIB Report, p. 29.
36
Ibid., p. 33.
The Cobb-Johnson report was printed as Report on the Los Angeles Aqueduct After an Investigation Authorized by the City Council of Los Angeles (Los Angeles: Municipal Newspaper Department Press, 1912).
AIB Report on pp. 32-35 and again on pp. 69-72.
37
Los Angeles Municipal News, December 18, 1912.
38
Los Angeles Times, July 17, 1912;
Los Angeles Municipal News, July 17 and 24, 1912.
39
Abraham Hoffman, Origins or a Controversy: The U.S. Reclamation Service and the Owens Valley-Los Angeles Water Dispute," Arizona and the West, 19 (Winter 1977), 333-346,
Hoffman, "Joseph Bar- low Lippincott and the Owens Valley Controversy," pp. 239-254.
40
AIB Report, pp. 53-56.
Lippincott to Newell, April 10, 1912, file 63-B,
-General Correspondence Re Right-of-Way Applications in Owens River Valley, General Administrative and Project Records, Record Group 115,
41
AIB Report, pp. 67-69.
42
Los Angeles Municipal News, August 7, 1912.
43
Ibid., August 21, 1912;
Los Angeles Times, August 27, 1912.
44
Los Angeles Municipal News, August 28, 1912.
Robert W. Davenport, "Weird Note for the Vox Populi: The Los Angeles Municipal News," California Historical Society Quarterly, 44 (March 1965), 3-15.
45
AIB Report, pp. 30-31;
Los Angeles Examiner, September 1, 1912.
46
Los Angeles Examiner, September 2, 1912.
47
Los Angeles Municipal News, September 4, 1912;
Los Angeles Examiner, September 3, 1912.
48
Los Angeles Municipal News, October 2, 1912.
49
Alexander to George B. Caldwell, October 11, 1912, reproduced in AIB Report, p. 29;
Los Angeles Municipal News, November 27, 1912.
50
Los Angeles Municipal News, December 25, 1912 and January 15, 1913.
51
Ibid., January 15 and 22, 1913.
52
Ibid., January 22, 1913.
53
Ibid.
54
Ibid., January 29, 1913.
55
AIB Report, pp. 30-31.
Ostrom, Water & Politics, p. 57,
56
Ostrom, Water & Politics, pp. 58-59.
57
James M. Guinn, A History of California and an extended History of Los Angeles and Environs (Los Angeles: Historic Record Co., 1915), I, 309.
J. Gregg Layne, in defense of the Department of Water and Power, wrote in 1952,
" Layne, Water and Power for a Great City, p. 114.
Nelson Van Valen, "A Neglected Aspect of the Owens River Aqueduct Story: The Inception of the Los Angeles Municipal Electrical System," Southern California Quarterly 59 (Spring 1977), 85-109.
58
Martin J. Schiesl, "Progressive Reform in Los Angeles Under Mayor Alex- ander, 1909-1913," California Historical Quarterly, 54 (Spring 1975), 53.
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