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:385

 

:386

 

[Phelan and woman dancing]

 

:387

 

:388

 

[Group dining]

 

:389

 

:390

 

[Band playing]

 

:392

 

[Woman]

 

:393

 

:394 [Woman]

 

:395 [Group portrait]

 

Volume 101

 
 

:2 [Westinghouse equipment]

 

:3 [Irrigation ditch?]

 

Home Ranch. House, March 12, 1922

 

:4

 

:6 Home Ranch. March 12, 1922

 

:7 Reavis Ranch, 1922 Home Ranch

 

:8 Reavis Ranch, 1919

 

:9 Reavis Ranch, tank and house, Home Ranch

 

:10 [Barn]

 

Reavis Ranch

 

Reavis Ranch, Mar [March] 12, 1922; Edgar slough

 

:14

 

:16 Reavis Ranch, Mar [March] 12, 1922. Rice [?] ... from Edgar Slough

 

Reavis Ranch, Mar [March] 12, 22. [1922] Rice [?]

 

:19 [Phelan]

 

:20 [Water hole]

 

:21 [untitled]

 

:22 [Men making rudimentary bridge]

 

[Men building pump plant?]

 

:24

 

:25 [Pump plant?]

 

:26 [Man on pump plant?]

 

:27 [Pump plant? Water tower?]

 

:28 [Westinghouse equipment]

 

:29 [Water hole]

 

[Westinghouse equipment]

 

:31

 

:32 [Water tower?]

 

:33 [Pipes and water hole]

 

[Water tower?]

 

:34

 

[Water tower? and pump plant?]

 

:39 [Pipes]

 

:40 [Men and pipes]

 

[Pipes]

 

[Pipe leading into ditch]

 

:43

 

:44

 

:45 [Water towers?]

 

:46 [Pipes leading into ditch]

 

:47 [Field]

 

:48 [Water tower? and pipes]

 

[Irrigation ditch?]

 

:49

 

:50

 

:51

 

:52

 

:53

 

:54

 

:55

 

:56

 

:57

 

:58 [Water tower?]

 

:59 [Irrigation ditch?]

 

:60 Reavis Ranch - rice checker

 

:61 [Irrigation ditch?]

 

:62 Reavis Ranch

 

:63 [Irrigation ditch?]

 

:64 Reavis Ranch - engine and checker

 

Reavis Ranch

 

:65

 

:66

 

:67

 

:69

 

:70

 

:71 Reavis Ranch, 1919

 

Reavis Ranch

 

:72

 

:73

 

:74

 

:75 Reavis Ranch, 1919

 

Reavis Ranch

 

:76

 

:77

 

:78 [Irrigation equipment?]

 

:79 [Irrigation pipes?]

 

:80 [Irrigation equipment?]

 

:81 [Men with irrigation equipment?]

 

:82 [Water towers?]

 

:83 [Men building]

 

:84 [Men by structure]

 

:85 [Structure by water towers?]

 

:86 [Equipment]

 

:87 Reavis Ranch Diesel Engine House, July 1921

 

:88 Reavis Ranch, July 1921

 

:89 Reavis Ranch, July 1921, Edgar Slough

 

[Barn?] May 20, 22 [1922]

 

:91

 

:92 Home dwelling, May 20, 22 [1922]

 

:93 Store house, May 22, 22 [1922]

 

:94 [Men by shed]

 

:95 May 22, 22 [1922], Granary and home ranch

 

:96 [Shed]

 

:97 Box stalls and auto repair shop, May 22, 22 [1922]

 

:98 [Barn]

 

:99 Reliance meter installed at Little Chico Creek syphon, Spring 1922

 

:100 Installing reliance meter at Little Chico Creek syphon, Spring of 1922

 

:101 Installing reliance meter at Little Chico Creek syphon

 

Butte Creek Dam, raising dam, Spring 1922

 

:102

 

:103

 

:104 Butte Creek, raising dam, Spring 1922

 

:105 Butte Creek Dam, May 1, 1922

 

Butte Creek Dam, Spring 1922, raising dam

 

:106

 

:107

 

:108 Phelan-Parrott Pump Plant

 

:109 Virgil Estes place on Edgar Slough, showing bridge which is lower part of dam and large pipe carrying water out to irrigate orchard and alfalfa about 20 acres

 

:110 Estes place - dam and pumps for taking out water

 

:111 Estes place on Edgar Slough from S.R. Co. Tracks showing S.E. corner -orchard and alfalfa field in back ground [sic]. See Hubbard letter July 10, 22 [1922]

 

:112 New land bought by Estes on east side of Edgar Slough, showing corn and garden land and pipe lines for irrigation. The dam is at the right under the largest oak tree.

 

:113 Pump house and garden on Breslauer Place

 

:114 Another view of pump house on Breslauer place showing gas engine and discharge pipe

 

:115 Pump house on Breslauer place on Edgar Slough. The pump is operated with a gasoline engine

 

:116 Four inch pump on Breslauer place on Edgar Slough

 

:117 Where plant garden divert their water from Edgar Slough

 

:118 Plant garden corner, showing flume and large excess of water

 

:119 Dividing boxes at plant garden corner. Water flowing along fence line. July 1, 1922

 

:120 About 15 second feet of water flowing to U. S. Plant Corner, July 1st, 1922, they are entitled to not over four second feet at this state

 

:121 Head box of El Oro Co. and plant garden flume attached to our dam, July, 1922

 

:122 Completed flume of El Oro Company and plant garden attached to our head dam, July, 1922

 

:123 Crouch lower weir wider than banks. Hubbard's letter 9/8/22 [September 8, 1922]

 

:124 Crouch Upper Weir 23 ½ ft. wide. Hubbard's letter 9/8/22 [September 8, 1922]

 

:125 Pump and tank house on Loughlin Place on Edgar Slough. Our water shows on extreme right. This well is about 35 feet from the flowing water.

 

:126 Attorney Harry Davids place on Edgar Slough. This place has a well just back of the house and a pressure system for supply. Naturally this well borrows indirectly some of our water.

 

:127 S. J. Ganow place on Edgar Slough. Our water is flowing to the left. On the right is the corn patch they have been irrigating with a small pump, 1 ½". The fruit dryer and grader is also shown

 

:128 Abutment formerly used by El Oro Dredging Co. and Plant Garden to divert their water. A long bar of gravel has formed back of this, up to our dam, and all should be removed. Hubbard's letter 9/8/22 [September 8, 1922]

 

:129 Butte Creek diversion dam, May 22, 22 [1922]

 

May 1922, Butte Creek Dam

 

:130

 

:131

 

:132 Butte Creek intake, May 21, 22 [1922]

 

:133 Butte Creek head gate, May 21, 22 [1922]

 

:134 May 1922, diversion box, Butte Creek Dam

 

:135 May 1922, head gate, Butte Creek

 

:136 Butte Creek water, May 21, 22 [1922]

 

:137 Phelan-Parrrott ditch [?]

 

:138 Phelan-Parrott ground ditch [?]

 

:139 May 1922, foreign water from Butte Creek near R. R.

 

:140 Head gates at Butte Creek Dam showing heavy iron locked over wheels to prevent tampering, July, 1922

 

:141 Butte Creek Dam, July 1, 1922

 

:142 Butte Creek Dam, August 1st, 1922

 

:143 Butte Creek Dam showing bar that should be removed. Hubbards letter 9/8/22 [September 8, 1922]

 

:144 Butte Creek Dam lower apron. Hubbard letter 9/8/22 [September 8, 1922]

 

:145 Butte Creek Head Dam, showing undercut in lower apron. Hubbard's letter 9/8/22 [September 8, 1922]

 

:146 Clearing Butte Creek Dam, Sept [September] 1922

 

:147 Butte Creek Dam after first rain, Oct 2, 22 [October 2, 1922]

 

:148 Butte Creek Dam, October, 1922 storm before work was started

 

:149 Clearing brush at Butte Creek Dam, Oct 17, 22 [October 17, 1922]

 

:150 Butte Creek Dam lowered and water flowing through middle of bar

 

:151 Lowering Butte Creek Dam

 

:152 North side of dam at Butte Creek showing brush and rock protection

 

:153 Bar below dam at Butte Creek, cleared of brush and ready for work

 

:154 Water diverted to south side of Butte Creek dam while bar is being scraped

 

:155 Bar below dam at Butte Creek ready for scraping

 

Scraping on Butte Creek Bar

 

:156

 

:157

 

:158 Finishing scraping work on Butte Creek Bar

 

:159 Filling deep hole below dam on Butte Creek

 

:160 Butte Creek Dam showing position of mixer for gravity work

 

:161 Butte Creek Dam. Running concrete on heavy rock foundation for apron

 

:162 Butte Creek Dam, running concrete for apron

 

:163 Butte Creek Dam, March 19, 1923, showing low stage of water. Dam was raised on this date

 

:164 Butte Creek Dam, May 30, 1923, showing plenty of water

 

:165 Butte Creek Dam and head gates, May, 1923

 

:166 Fish wheel constructed and ready to install in place in the ditch below Butte Creek head gates, May, 1923. Size of wheel 6 ft. wide and 8 ft. high.

 

:167a Concrete Weir and Fish Wheel, Butte Creek ditch, July, 1923. (Hubbard's letter, Aug. 5/23) [August 5, 1923]

 

:167b Fish heel in place showing concrete weir below, July, 1923. (Hubbard's letter Aug. 5/23) [August 5, 1923]

 

:167c Fish wheel operating, July 1923 (Hubbard's letter Aug. 5/23) [August 5, 1923]

 

:167d Butte Creek waters over our dam, August 1, 1923. (Hubbard's letter Aug. 5/23) [August 5, 1923]

 

:168 Phelan-Parrott canal above Edgar Slough

 

:169 Phelan-Parrott below Little Chico Creek syphon

 

:170 Hubbard letter 9/8/22. [September 8, 1922] The division wall at Edgar Slough

 

:171 At Edgar Slough and Extension Canal. Showing tulle and bulrush growth below the division wall. This opening is 40 ft. wide. Upper Crouch Weir, where they are taking out water this year as 23 ½ ft. wide on the bottom. The width of the banks just below this weir is 25 feet, so this weir is excessively wide. Hubbard's letter 9/8/22 [September 8, 1922]

 

:172 Looking up Edgar Slough from Division Wall. Moore [?] ranch on left, Crouch ranch on right. Hubbard's letter 9/8/22 [September 8, 1922]

 

:173 Just below division wall showing narrow channel of stream. Hubbard's letter 9/8/22 [September 8, 1922]

 

:174 Hubbard's letter 9/8/22. [September 8, 1922] Tulle growth just below division wall

 

:175 Looking up from Phelan second weir, showing tulle growth below second division point. Hubbard's letter 9/8/22 [September 8, 1922]

 

:176 Intake or sump at pump plant, showing sand deposit in front of screens. Hubbard's letter 9/8/22 [September 8, 1922]

 

:177 Bar of silt and trash from [?] in front of screens at pump intake. Has been removed in part. Hubbard's letter, 9/8/22 [September 8, 1922]

 

:178 At pump intake, scraper with team ahead removing silt

 

:179 At pump intakes scraping out silt

 

:180 At pump intakes, work completed

 

:181 Little Chico Creek in flood, Dec. [December] 28, 1922 - at siphon looking South. Hubbard Jan. [January] 5, 1923

 

:182 Hubbard Jan. [January] 5, 1923 - canal and McLain field looking north from Little Chico Creek siphon. On the right of the fence is the McLain field, on the left our canal. Photo taken Dec.[December] 28, 1922. Water is shown discharging into our canal through cut in bank.

 

:183 Hubbard, Jan .[January] 5, 1923. Water rising in Big Chico Creek, a.m. Dec [December] 28, 1922

 

:184 Hubbard, Jan. [January] 5, 1923. By noon Dec. [December] 28, 1922 water was as high as shown

 

:185 Hubbard, Jan. [January] 5, 1923 - water still rising. At 3:00 p.m. Dec. [December] 28, 1922 water was up to main stringer from which iron rods run down to suction pipes. That was the high mark

 

Snow at pump station, Jan. [January] 29, 1923

 

:186

 

:187

 

:188

 

:189 Dunham place - residence, Apr [April] 27, 22 [1922]

 

:190 Dunham place - residence and tank house - Apr 27, 22 [April 27, 1922]

 

:191 Dunham place, Apr 27, 22 [April 27, 1922]

 

Dunham place - tank house, Apr 27, 22 [April 27, 1922]

 

:193

 

:194 Dunham place - residence, Apr 27, 22 [April 27, 1922]

 

Dunham place, Apr 27, 22 [April 27, 1922]

 

:195

 

:197

 

:198 [Barn]

 

:199 South Ranch - San Jose, Oct 1, 22 [October 1, 1922] Pump, ho and wells installed by Lymn [?]

 

:200 South Ranch, San Jose, Oct 1, 22 [October 1, 1922], pump, ho, etc., facing Lenter [?] St.

 

South Ranch

 

:201

 

:203

 

:204

 

:206 R. Clark residence, July 25, 21 [1921]

 

:207 R. Clark ranch - gate to residence, July, 1921

 

R. Clark residence, July, 1921

 

:208

 

:209

 

:210 Home dwelling, R. Clark residence, July, 1921

 

:211 R. Clark residence, July, 1921

 

:212 R. Clark residence and tank house, July, 1921

 

:213 R. Clark ranch, July, 1921, west of tank

 

:214 R. Clark ranch, July, 1921, north of tank

 

:215 R. Clark ranch, July, 1921, west of tank

 

:216 R. Clark ranch, July, 1921

 

:217 R. Clark or home ranch, July, 1921. S. E. of tank

 

:218 R. Clark Ranch, July, 1921. North field

 

:219 R. Clark, July, 1921, North Big Field

 

:220 Reuben Clark ranch, July, 1921, South Big Field

 

:221 R. Clark, July, 1921

 

:222 Reuben Clark or Home ranch, Facing Putah Creek, July, 1921

 

:223 R. Clark ranch, July, 1921

 

R. Clark or Home ranch, July, 1921

 

:224

 

:225

 

R. Clark, July, 1921

 

:226

 

:227

 

:228

 

:229

 

:230 Norman Clark Rand, power house built by R. H. Collins, July 25, 21 [1921]

 

:231 Norman Clark ranch, July, 1921

 

:232 Norman Clark ranch, power house at junction of Putah Creek and Eliuara [?] Erected by R. H. Collins; contains 12" horizontal Krough pump, 75 L. L. [?] 6 cyl [cylinder] directly connected

 

:233 Norman Clark ranch. Dining room, kitchen and sleeping quarter for cook. July, 1921

 

:234 Norman Clark ranch, July, 1921

 

:235 Norman Clark ranch, tank house erected by R. H. Collins

 

:236 Norman Clark, 5 ½ acre field. July, 1921

 

:237 July 1921. Upper Clark ranch -- across from residence

 

:238 Upper ranch

 

Volume 102

 

:1 [Mountains]

 

:2 [Man in rowboat on lake]

 

:3 Camp at Big Creek looking N.W., 8-13-18 [August 13, 1918]

 

[Railroad]

 

:5

 

:6 [Trestle]

 

:7 [Railroad]

 

:8 [Men on train]

 

:9 [Working on tracks over bridge]

 

:10 [Bridge]

 

:11 Dam Site at Priest looking N., 8-16-18 [August 16, 1918]

 

:12 City employee's club house at Groveland, 8-16-18 [August 16, 1918]

 

:13 City hospital of Groveland, 8-6-18 [August 16, 1918]

 

:14 [Building in snow, Groveland]

 

:15 City bldgs. [buildings] at Groveland, 8-6-18 [August 16, 1918]

 

:16 South Fork Camp looking S.W., 8-8-18 [August 8, 1918]

 

:17 Camp at Big Creek looking N.W., 8-13-18 [August 13, 1918]

 

:18 [Vehicle on train tracks]

 

[Men working on the railroad]

 

:22 [Railroad tracks and housing]

 

:23 Tramway of early intake from across river, 8-12-18 [August 12, 1918]

 

:24 Tramway at early intake looking up, 8-12-18 [August 12, 1918]

 

:25 [Bridge]

 

:26 [Water works]

 

:27 Aquaduct at early intake, 8-12-18 [August 12, 1918]

 

:28 Power house at early intake from across river, 8-12-18 [August 12, 1918]

 

:29 Power house at early intake end, 8-12-18 [August 12, 1918]

 

:30 Transformers at Priest Portal, 8-6-18 [August 6, 1918]

 

:31 Penstock above power house, 8-12-18 [August 12, 1918]

 

:32 Power house - early intake, 8-12-18 [August 12, 1918]

 

:33 Switch board early intake power house, 8-12-18 [August 12, 1918]

 

:34 Transmission line looking W. across Big Creek, 8-14-18 [August 14, 1918]

 

:35 Big Creek shaft and dump, 8-13-18 [August 13, 1918]

 

:36 Big Creek compressor plant, 8-13-18 [August 13, 1918]

 

:37 Interior of tunnel at Priest, 8-6-18 [August 6, 1918]

 

:38 Face of Priest tunnel - 500 ft., 8-6-18 [August 6, 1918]

 

:39 South Fork tunnel interior, 8-8-18 [August 8, 1918]

 

:40 South Fork tunnel portal and bldgs. [buildings], 8-8-18 [August 8, 1918]

 

:41 [Lumber for railroad?]

 

:42 [Mountains]

 

:43 [Mountains and river]

 

:44 [River]

 

:45 [Felled trees]

 

:46 [Lumber and felled trees]

 

:47 H. H. Dam site looking across diversion dam, 8-8-18 [August 8, 1918]

 

:48 H.H. Dam site and R.R. grade from road, 8-9-18 [August 9, 1918]

 

:49 Truck at H.H. Dam, Mr. O'Shaughnessy and Mr. Ronkin, 8-11-18 [August 11, 1918]

 

:50 Eleanor Dam looking up stream, 8-9-18 [August 9, 1918]

 

Eleanor Dam looking down stream (nearly completed) 8-9-18 [August 9, 1918]

 

Eleanor Dam looking down stream (close view -nearly completed) 8-9-18 [August 9, 1918]

 

:54

 

:55 Camp at Big Creek looking N.W., 8-13-18 [August 13, 1918]

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