Item #165440 On the Proposed Use of a Portion of the Hetch Hetchy, Eleanor and Cherry Valleys...; As Reservoirs...for the Water Supply of San Francisco, California, and Neighboring Cities. John R. Freeman.

On the Proposed Use of a Portion of the Hetch Hetchy, Eleanor and Cherry Valleys...; As Reservoirs...for the Water Supply of San Francisco, California, and Neighboring Cities

San Francisco: Rincon Publishing Co., 1912. Cloth. Folio. 401 pp + 65 pp index at rear. Dark red cloth with black titling to front board and spine. City seal emblem to front board. Light soiling to boards and sunning to spine. Bold black ink signature of previous owner (author's son) Clarke F. Freeman to frond pd. Binding cracked at p.5, folded plate at front starting to detach but holding. Interior clean, binding sturdy. Full title: 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. Very Good. Item #165440

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