San Francisco: Senate of the State of California, 1953. Octavo. Item #027212
214 pages, with the issues of water in California and the Colorado River, the Los Angeles Aqueduct, Coachella Valley, Palo Verde Valley and the Mexican Treaty of 1933 also with the folding map of page 10 detailing the major points along the borders extending to Arizona and Nevada as well as the folding color map showing the electric transmission lines from Hoover Dam to Stations B and E in Los Angeles. In addition, there are folding maps at all the major sections. Pages 86ff deal with their attack on the so-called "Central Arizona Project" which California was fighting. Here are the details of the issues of water, power and political might which in spite of its size was overcome in terms of Water because of Carl Hayden and Barry Goldwater. Bound in 1/4 black cloth over green stiff paper wraps lettered in black.