In the matter of the application of the city and county of San Francisco for reservoir rights of way in Hetch Hetchy Valley and Lake Eleanor, within the Yosemite National Park. Reply to objections of the Honorable Secretaries of the Interior and of Commerce and Labor. On behalf of the city and county of San Francisco. [July 17, 1905.] [cover title]. MARSDEN MANSON.

In the matter of the application of the city and county of San Francisco for reservoir rights of way in Hetch Hetchy Valley and Lake Eleanor, within the Yosemite National Park. Reply to objections of the Honorable Secretaries of the Interior and of Commerce and Labor. On behalf of the city and county of San Francisco. [July 17, 1905.] [cover title]. N.p., n.d. [1907?]. 23.8x16 (octavo), pp. [1-2: blank] [1] 2-30 [i] ii-xiii [i] ii-v [i] ii [1-2: blank], original blue wrappers printed in black, side stapled. First edition. Signed in type at base of text on page 30: "Marsden Manson. July 27th, 1905." At head of title: "Appendix B." Note: dates on cover and page 30 occur as noted above. This brief addressed to "The President" is an interesting exposition of San Francisco's case for Hetch Hetchy, It was printed to supplement his "Brief" (1907) prepared for the rehearing on the city's application held on July 27, 1907. Collected in Marsden Manson [and others], Efforts to Obtain a Water Supply from Tuolumne River (1907). Wrappers just a bit tanned and dusty, a very good copy. Provenance: Francis P. Farquhar Papers, Bancroft Library withdrawn stamp at top right corner of the front cover. (#166134).

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