Staff Project Files

Central Arizona Project, 1963-1985

Boxes 476-493 (18 boxes)

Boxes 476-480 arranged according to original file order from 1963-1966; Boxes 481-484 arranged according to record type or folder headings.

Contains correspondence, memos, reports, speeches, interviews, printed materials, floor books, and related materials relating to the creation, lobby, and eventual passage of legislation creating the Central Arizona Project (CAP), a massive irrigation project designed to bring water from the Colorado River into the interior of Arizona via Phoenix and terminating in Tucson. Correspondents and players include members of Arizona's congressional delegation, Central Arizona Project Association, Arizona politicians, Arizona journalists, and congressional colleagues involved in committees relating to the bill's journey through Congress. Selected index follows inventory.

Boxes 485-493 materials from Udall's files as Chairman of the Interior and Insular Affairs Committee- Arranged by folder headings, covers material in the 1980's. Covers such topics on budget issues, Orme Dam, Papago Water Bill, Tucson Aqueduct, Reports, Environmental Impact Statements, Clippings, Udall Correspondence and Notebooks.

Central Arizona Project

Box 476/File Group

  • 1-2 Important Correspondence, 1963-66 (2)
  • 3 Northern Arizona Problems, 1963-66
  • 4 Bureau of Reclamation Technical Studies

Correspondence, 1965-66 Marble Canyon-Kanab Creek Power Development Central Arizona Project Reclamation: 60 Years of Service Colorado River Storage Project Lower Colorado River Basin Project Benefits Analysis of Bridge Canyon Dam, Marble Canyon Dam

  • 5 Tucson Aspect of the CAP
    Correspondence
    Tucson Daily Citizen Reprints
    Television transcript of Interview
    Floyd Dominy Speech
  • 6 Pinal County Electrical District
    Correspondence
    Petition for Inclusion in CAP
  • 7 Charleston Dam
    Resolutions
    Correspondence
    Clippings
  • 8 Yuma problems
  • Correspondence
  • Statements by Udall, Dominy
  • Colorado River Brochure Hayden (Senator) Meeting Memo Yuma Daily Sun Editorial Clipping
  • 9 Routine and Miscellaneous Correspondence (some old Udall, Stewart), 1955-67
  • 10 San Carlos Irrigation District

Box 477

  • 1 Central Arizona Irrigation District Correspondence
  • 2 Background Material on CAP
  • 3-4 Bills, Bill Drafts, Hearings, Reports (2)
    Correspondence,Memos on Bills
    Reports,Hearings
    Drafts HR 4671
    Drafts S 75
    HR 3300, S 1013, S 1004
  • 5 Indian Problems, Correspondence and Memos

Box 478

  • 1 Water Imports in Pacific Northwest
  • 2 Arizona Interstate Stream Commission
  • 3 Central Arizona Project Association
  • 4 New Mexico and the Hooker Dam
  • 5-8 Grand Canyon, Bridge Canyon,Conservationists- Correspondence (4)
    9 Conservationists-Reader's Digest trip

Box 479

  • 1 Excess Land laws, 160 Acre Limit
  • 2 Fish and Wildlife Aspects
  • 3 Upper Colorado Basin
  • 4 Pacific Southwest Water Plan
  • 5-6 [Clippings]
  • 7 Marble Canyon Dam, Arizona Power Authority
  • 8 Scheduling of Central Arizona Project Hearings

Box 480

  • 1 Central Arizona Project Aqueduct Size
  • 2 Southern Nevada Water Project
  • 3 Colorado River Water Supply
  • 4 Hearings Statements
  • 5 Background on Reclamation Concept and Agriculture Implications
  • 6 Resolutions of Support for Post-Hearing Bill
  • 7 Arizona Builds Central Arizona Project as State Project
  • 8 Nuclear Power, Desalinization, and other Technological Developments
  • 9 Douglas Groundwater Dispute
  • 10 Wyoming Implications
  • 11 Central Arizona Project Headcount and Lobby

Box 481 Correspondence:

  • 1 June-September, 1966
  • 2 October-December, 1966
  • 3 January, 1967
  • 4 February
  • 5-7 March (3)
  • 8 April
  • 9 May
  • 10 June
  • 11 July
  • 12 August
  • 13 September
  • 14 October
  • 15 November
  • 16 December, 1967
  • 17 January, 1968
  • 18 February
  • 19 March
  • 20 April, 1968

Box 482 Correspondence: (continued)

  • 1 May 1968
  • 2 June
  • 3 July
  • 4 August
  • 5 September
  • 6 October
  • 7 November
  • 8 Hearings Materials, May 1966
  • 9-10 Amendments, Bills, Memos (2)
  • 11 Central Arizona Project Luncheons Acceptances, June 1966
  • 12 California 4.4 Guarantee, December 1966-April 1967
  • 13 Phoenix-Tucson Salt River Valley Water Users Association, 1967
  • 14 San Felipe, May-July 1967
  • 15 Grand Canyon-Colorado River Trip, August 1967
  • 16 Appropriations Rider, September 1967
  • 17 Bill Drafts, 1967-68
  • 18 Central Arizona Project 68 Water Supply, 1965-68
  • 19 Joint Statement, January-December 1967
  • 20 "Countdown on the Colorado" Speech, 12/97
  • 21 Salton Sea, Dec. 1967
  • 22 Miscellaneous Central Arizona Project Speeches, 1967
  • 23 "Arizona Go It Alone," 1965-67

Box 483

  • 1 HR 4671 Amendments, 1966-68
  • 2 Printed Materials, 1967-68
  • 3 Strategy and Headcount, 1966-68
  • 4 Hooker Dam, 1967-68
  • 5 California-Colorado Negotiations, Nov. 1967-Jan. 1968
  • 6 Udall, Stewart L. Test, Jan. 1968
  • 7 Basin Fund, Jan. 1968
  • 8 4.4 Priority, Jan.-Feb. 1968
  • 9 Yuma, Jan.-Feb. 1968
  • 10 Page Plant Water, Jan.-Feb. 1968
  • 11 Amendments, Mar. 1968
  • 12 Dixie Project, Mar. 1968
  • 13 Mexican Treaty Amendment, Apr. 1968
  • 14 Indians, Apr.-May 1968
  • 15 Ute Indian Amendment, Mar. 1968
  • 16 Letters from Colleagues, Apr.-May 1968
  • 17 Pacific Southwest Inter-Agency Committee, May 1968
  • 18 Whip System, May 1968
  • 19 Costs, Budget, Austerity, May-June 1968
  • 20 Central Arizona Project Bill Signing, May-June 1968
  • 21 Conference, May-June 1968
  • 22 Future, May-June 1968
  • 23 Floor Book, 1966
  • 24 Senate Floor Book, Aug. 1967
  • 25-27 HR 3300 House Floor Book, Apr.-May 1968 (3)

Box 484

  • 1 Selected Index
  • 2-4 Floor Books, May 1968(3)
  • 5 HR 3300 Full Committee, Book #1, 1968
  • 6 HR 3300 Bill Reference, Book #2
  • 7-10 HR 4671 Head count Data, 1966-68(4)
  • 11 HR 3300 amendments, Feb. 1968
  • 12-13 Central Arizona Project Review, 1977(2)
  • 14 Tucson Hearings, 1981
  • 15 Lew Murphy Remarks Central Arizona Project 1985
  • 16 The Upper Santa Cruz Valley and the Farmer-Ranchers Who Used the Land in this Valley Report, 2/27/78
  • 17 Miscellaneous reports and hearings(22), 1946-68

Box 485

  • 1 "Aquatrain" Concept
  • 2-3 Arizona Groundwater Law and Lawsuits, 1981 (2)
  • 4 Arizona Water Reports, 1982

Budget

  • 5 FY 1981
  • 6 FY 1983
  • 7 FY 1985-87
  • 8 FY 1986-87  
  • 9 Canyon Day Irrigation Project/White Mountain Apache
  • 10 Central Arizona Agriculture’s Position On CAP Allocations, 1981
  • 12 Clippings, 1981-82
  • 13 Colorado River Storage Project, 1981
  • 14 Colorado River Title and Boundary Problems, 1987
  • 15 Colorado River Water Quality Improvement Program, 1981
  • 16 Colorado River Water Supplies, 1980
  • 17 Correspondence, 1982
  • 18 Citizens Concerned About The Project/Orme Alternative Coalition, 1981

Box 486

  • 1 Correspondence, 1981-82

Central Arizona Project Funding, Cost Sharing:

  • 2 Udall Memos, 1981-83
  • 3 Correspondence, 1981-83
  • 4 Clippings, 1981-83
  • 5 Loan Guarantees, 1983-84
  • 6-8 Reference, 1981-83 (3)
  • 9 An Economic Analysis of the Central Arizona Project, 1978
  • 10 Gila Project- Wellton- Mohawk Division
  • 11 Hearings, 1981
  • 12 Water and Power Resources, 1982
  • 13 Little Colorado River Plateau Resource Conservation and Development Area
  • 14-16 Maricopa Water District, 1987-89 (3)
  • 17-21 Waddell Dam, 1989 (5)
  • 22 National Water Resources Association Meeting, New Mexico, Albuquerque, 1981
  • 23 "Central Arizona Water Control Study"Newsletters, 1979-82
  • 24 "Watergram", 1980-82

Box 487

  • Orme Dam:
    • 1-2 Clippings, 1981-83 (2)
    • 3-4 Udall Memos, Press Releases, 1981-82 (2)
    • 5-6 Correspondence, 1981-82 (2)
  • 7 Pamphlets, 1980
  • 8 Plan 6 Development Task Force, 1982
  • 9-10 Reference (2)
  • Tucson Aqueduct:
    • 11 Correspondence, 1982
    • 12-13 General, 1982, (2)
    • 14 Phase B. Supplemental Supporting Data, 1983
    • 15 Udall Memo's, 1981-82
    • 16 Robos, 1981
    • 17 Watt, James News Release, 1981
    • 18-19 Watt, James Correspondence, 1981 (2)
    • 20 Watt, James Meeting, 1981
    • 21 Charts, Capacities
    • 22 Controversy Amongst Arizona Congressional Delegation
    • 23 Udall Memos, Press Releases, 1981-83

Box 488 Udall Notebooks:

  • 1 1977
  • 2 Presentation to Arizona Congressional Delegation, 1977
  • 3 1979
  • 4 1980, #1
  • 5 1980, #2
  • 6 1980, #3
  • 7 McNulty Files, 1980
  • 8 Water and Power Resources, 1980
  • 9 Congressional Briefing, 1980
  • 10-11 Central Arizona Project Status, 1981 (2)
  • 12 Central Arizona Project Status, 1983
  • 13 1981
  • 14-15 1983 (2)

Box 489 Reports:

  • 1 1972: Final Environmental Statement
  • 2 1979: Final Environmental Statement, Salt-Gila Aqueduct Eastern Pima County Regional Water Resources Study;Sizing of the Salt-Gila Aqueduct/Craig Phillips
  • 3 1980: Public Workshops, Central Arizona Water Control
    Study
  • 4 1981: Tucson Aqueduct- Phase B, Stage I Work Plan;
    Safety of Dams Salt River Project Evaluation; Water
    Allocations and Water Service Contracting;
    Tucson Aqueduct Phase A; Stage II Report, Central
    Arizona Water Control Study; Summary Factbook, 10/81,
    Central Arizona Water Control Study
  • 5 1982: Tucson Aqueduct-Phase B, Plan Formulation Working
    Document; EIS Tucson Aqueduct Phase A;
  • 6 1983: Briefing on the CAP presented to the Central
    Arizona Water Conservation District; Environmental
    Impact Statement, Regulatory Storage Division

Box 490 Reports:

  • 1 1983- continued: Environmental Impact Statement (EIS),
    Regulatory Storage Division CAP(2 vols);Probable
    Maximum Flood, Salt and Verde River Basins;
  • 2 1984: CAP Status; Stage III, Report Addendum
  • 3 1985: Draft and Final of EIS Tucson Aqueduct, Phase B;
    Final EIS New Waddell Dam Design Modifications,
    Maricopa County, AZ; Gila River and Tributaries,
    Rillito River and Associated Streams; Master Plan and
    10 Year Capital Improvement Program
  • 4 1986: Pinal Active Management Area Technical Report,
    Cooperative Agricultural Study, Pinal Active
    Management Area, Arizona
  • 5 1987: Tohono O'odham Nation, Water Resource Program
    Master Plan; Field implementation report for the La
    Quituni Study Basin; Resolution of the Tohono O'odham
    Legislative Council.
  • 6 1988: Environmental Assessment of the Schuk Toak
    Development Plan, Tohono O'odham Nation
  • 7 1989: Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act Substantiating
    Report, CAP, Verde and East Verde River Water
    Diversions, Yavapi and Gila Counties, Arizona
  • 8 1990: Environmental Assessment Safety of Dams
    Modification, Verde River, AZ, Salt River
    Project; Environmental Assessment Proposed Safety of
    Dams Modifications to Horseshoe and Bartlett Dams on
    the Verde River, AZ; Loan Application Report for the
    Schuck Toak District- Tohono O'odham Nation.

Box 491 Central Arizona Project: Bills and Hearings

  • 1 7 bound Volumes
    82nd Congress, 1951-52(2)
    88th Congress, 1963-64(2)
    89th Congress, 1965-66
    90th Congress, 1967-68(2)

Box 492 Interior Committee:

  • 1 Bureau of Reclamation, 1981-82
  • 2 Colorado River Projects-Budgets, 1983-1990
  • 3-4 Clippings (2), 1985-87
  • 5 Correspondence
  • 6 Colorado River Basin Project, Data Sheets, 1985-86
  • 7 Colorado River Basin Project, Reports, 1979-80
  • 8 Correspondence to Arizona Water Community, 1983-86
  • 9 Distribution Systems, 1981-82
  • 10 General Reference Materials, 1980-89

Box 493

  • 1 General Reference Material, 1980-89
  • 2 Press Releases, 1987-88
  • 3 Udall Notebooks, 96th Congress 1979-80
  • 4-7 Udall Notebooks, 98th Congress 1983-84 (4)
  • 8 "Watergram" Issue 1985-89
  • 9 Plan 6 Funding, 1985

Selected Index to Correspondence:

This index consists largely of agencies and organizations working in Arizona and Washington, DC, to secure passage of the bill. Chief amongst these groups are members of the Arizona congressional delegation, Senators Paul Fannin (1965-76), Carl Hayden (1927-68), and Barry Goldwater (1953-64, 1969-86); Representatives John Murdock (1937-52), John Rhodes (1953-82), Sam Steiger (1967-76), and Morris Udall (1961-); Arizona Governors Ernest McFarland (1955-58), Paul Fannin (1959-64), Samuel Goddard (1965-66), and Jack Williams (1967-74); Salt River Project members Victor Corbell, Bert Pringle, R.J. McMullin, Leslie Alexander, and J.A. Riggins; Arizona Interstate Stream Commission members Douglas Wall, Evo DeConcini, Ray Killian, W.S. Goodwin, Orzell Trask, and John Will; Central Arizona Project members Lawrence Mehren, Rich Johnson, Riney Salmon, A.M. Ward, Erwin Stapley, D.B. McGregor, and Morley Fox. In addition, there are letters from other leading politicians including President L.B. Johnson; Secretary of Interior Stewart Udall and other officials of that Department; governors Edmund Brown and Ronald Reagan of California, Grant Sawyer of Nevada, and Calvin Rampton of Utah; Northcutt Ely of Colorado River Board of California; Congressman Wayne Aspinall of Colorado; Sierra Club officers; and members of Arizona's Indian communities.

This selective index includes materials from box 476-484.

The numbers that follow the entries are based on the filing system in this series. Boxes 476-480 contain the original office folder numbers 1-36. Boxes 481-484 contain numbered folders within the boxes. A sample entry for boxes 476-480 and it’s location are as follows: Arizona Interstate Stream Commission, 476-(8)10/66 indicating box 476, File 8 and the dated folder for June 1966. A sample entry for boxes 481-484 would be Bennett, Wallace F., 481/19 indicating box 481, folder 19.
Agency for International Development, 476-(1)4/65; 479-(3)3/65
American Public Power Association, 476-(1)6/66
Anderson, Clinton, 478-(17)5/66, 6/66
Arizona Association of Soil Conservation Districts, 476-(6)6/63
Arizona Cattle Feeders' Association, 476-(6)2/64
Arizona Daily Star, 476-(1)6/63, 8/63, 3/64, 5/65, 10/65, 6/66; 479-(24)6/63; 481/14; 481/18; 482/6
Arizona Game and Fish Department, 476-(1)5/66; 477-(12)8/65; 479- (20)11/64, 4/65, 8/65, 8/66; 481/20
Arizona. Game Protective Association, 476-(1)6/66; 476-(6)
Arizona. Governor
McFarland, Ernest, 476-(8)
Fannin, Paul, 476-(1)6/63, 11/63, 2/64, 7/64; 479-(24)10/61, 11/61, 2/63, 3/64
Goddard, Sam, 476-(1)6/65, 6/66; 478-(14)6/66; 480-(28)9/65; 480-(35)
Williams, Jack, 481/5-8, 481/13
Arizona. House of Representatives, 479-(20)9/65
Arizona Interstate Stream Commission, 476-(1)10/63, 11/63, 1/64, 3/64, 4/65, 5/65, 9/65, 1/66, 2/66, 4/66, 5/66; 476-(8)10/66; 477-(11)3/66; 477-(12)8/65; 477-(13)3/65, 8/65; 478-(15)6/66; 478-(17)11/63, 6/66, 8/65; 479-(21)3/65, 12/65; 479-(24)9/66; 480-(26)2/65; 480-(28)6/65, 8/65, 9/65; 480-(29)9/65; 480- (31)12/66; 480-(33)7/66; 481/3-9, 12-13, 16-20; 482/1, 3-4, 6, 12, 17, 19; 483/8, 17, 22
Arizona. Mohave County. Superior Court, 476-(1)12/63
Arizona Power Authority, 476-(1)10/63; 479-(24)11/61, 12/61, 2/62, 4/63, 3/64; 481/12
Aspinall, Wayne, 476-(1)3/54, 5/65, 6/65, 8/66; 476-(2)9/65; 476- (7)11/64; 477-(12)4/65, 5/65; 478-(18)4/65, 4/66, 6/66; 479- (20)9/63; 479-(24)10/61; 480-(28)6/65, 8/65, 9/65; 480- (29)8/65; 480-(31)9/65; 481/2, 19
Averill, Walter, 476-(8)2/64
Bennett, Wallace F., 481/19
California. Governor
Brown, Edmund, 476-(1)1/64; 476-(8)8/66
Reagan, Ronald, 482/5; 483/5
Central Arizona Irrigation and Drainage District, 476-(1)11/64; 477-(10)1/65, 3/65, 4/65, 8/65, 9 /65, 10/66
Central Arizona Project Association, 476-(1)11/64, 2/65, 3/65, 4/65, 5/65, 7/65, 6/66, 7/66, 8/66; 476-(8)4/55, 1/62, 6/63, 11/63, 9/64, 1/66, 6/66, 10/66; 477-(10)1/65; 477(11)9/64, 3- 4/65; 477-(12)9/65; 478-(14)10/65; 478-(16)3/64, 9-10/64; 478-(18)2/65, 3/65, 8/65, 1/65, 4/66, 5/66, 6/66, 7/66; 480- (28)11/65; 480-(29) 6/65; 480-(31)7/65, 9/65,12/65; 481/1-2, 11, 15, 20
Central Arizona Project Task Force, 476-(1)1/66, 2/66, 3/66, 4/66, 6/66, 8/66, 9/66; 481/12, 14-15, 20; 482/17, 22; 483/5
Colorado River Board of California, 476-(8)2/65, 1/67; 478- (14)8/66; 478-(18)4/66, 5/66; 479-(25)6/65; 481/20; 483/8
Dobyns, Henry, 478-(18)4/66, 5/66, 6/66, 8/66
Douglas, Lewis W., 476-(1)3/64, 5/66, 7/66; 476-(8)3/64; 481/4-8, 17-20; 483/3
Fannin, Paul, 476-(8)6/64, 7/65; 481/16
Federal Power Commission, 476-(1) 3/66
Gila River Indian Community Council, 481/10
Goldwater, Barry, 476-(1)6/63, 6/66, 7/66; 471-(11)6/63; 478-(18) 3/66, 4/66; 482/4
Hayden, Carl, 476-(1)5/63, 7/63, 8/63, 10/63, 12/63, 2/64; 476-(7)8/64; 477-(12)3/66; 478-(14)7/64, 1/65; 478-(18)2/64, 7/66; 479-(24)3/63, 11/63; 480-(28)6/65; 481/11
Hualapai Tribal Council, 481/13; 483/15
Inter-Tribal Council of Arizona, 481/9,14
Jackson, Henry M., 476-(1)2/64, 5/65; 477-(12)4/64, 1/65, 5/65; 478-(14)11/65; 479-(24)3/64
Jett, Stephen, 478-(18)5/66, 6/66
Central Arizona Project (continued)
Selected Index to Correspondence: (continued)
Krutch, Joseph Wood, 478-(18)9/66
Kuchel, Thomas H., 478-(18)4/65; 481/16
Lamm, Richard, 476-(1)11/65; 478-(18)8/65
League of Arizona Cities and Towns, 476-(6)6/63
McCormack, John W., 482/1
McFarland, Sidney L., 476-(1)5-6/66, 8/66; 476-(7)9/64; 478-(18)6/66; 481/5-8
Murdock, John R., 477-(11)7/45, 2/50, 4/51, 8/51, 10/51, 1/59, 2/59, 8/60, 9/60, 12/62, 6/63
National Audubon Society, 478-(18) 8/65, 481/18
National Parks Association, 478-(18)10/64, 11/64, 8/65
Navajo Tribal Council, 479-(24)10/61; 481/3
Navopache Electric Co-op, 476-(1)6/63, 1/64
Nevada. Governor
Sawyer, Grant, 476-(1)6/65, 7/66
Rhodes, John, 476-(1)3/64, 2/65, 6-7/65, 2/66, 3/66, 5/66, 7/66, 8/66, 9/66; 476-(7)9/65; 476-(8)9/64, 3/65, 1/66, 3/66, 6/66; 477-(11)9/64, 5/65; 478-(17)9/66; 478-(18)10/66; 19 4/65; 480-(26)4/66; 480-(28)8/65; 480-(31); 480-(35); 481/1, 3, 20; 482/1,19
Salt River Project, 476-(1)9/65, 4/66, 5/66, 7/66; 476-(2)8/65, 10/65, 1/66, 2/66; 476-(8)11/63, 6/65, 6/66, 7/66; 477-(12)4/65, 5/65, 6/65, 8/65, 2/66, 8/66; 13 3/66; 478-(14)4/66; 15 3/66; 479-(19)8/65; 479-(24)2/63, 11/63, 9/66; 480-(26)4/66; 480-(27)9/65; 480-(28)6/65; 480-(29)9/65, 12/65; 480-(31)9/65; 480-(36)6/66; 481/8-9, 13, 17, 19; 482/3-4, 7-8
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Council, 476-(1)4/65; 477-(13)11/64, 4/66, 5/66, 8/66; 481/18-19; 483/15
Salt River Valley Water Users' Association, 476-(1)1/64, 5/65
Saylor, John P., 476-(1)6/66, 7/66
Sierra Club, 476-(8)11/66; 478(18)6/63, 8/65, 9/65, 8/66, 9/66, 11/66; 481/5-7, 9, 18; 482/1, 13, 17; 483/4
Steiger, Sam, 481/17, 20
Tucson Hearings, 1981, 484/13
Trustees for Conservation, 476-(1)5/66
United Auto Workers, 476-(1)7/66
United States. Bureau of Budget
United States. Department of Interior
Bureau of Land Management, 481/11
Bureau of Reclamation, 476-(1)2/65, 3/65, 4/65, 5/65,6/65, 12/65, 7/66; 476-(4)12/63; 476(8)11/64, 8/65, 10/66; 477-(12); 477-(13)3/65; 14 6-7/65, 6/66; 478-(18)2/62, 11/64, 1/65, 5/65, 4/66; 479-(22)8/65; 481/5-7
Secretary, 476-(1)6/63, 10/63, 12/63, 1-2/64, 12/64, 2-4/65; 476-(5)9/63; 476-(7)1/64; 12 5/65; 477-(13)3/65; 478-(17) 9/63, 8/66; 479-(22)1/63; 479-(24)10/61, 11/61, 2/63, 6/63; 480-(28)7/65; 480-(31)10/65; 481/5-8, 13, 20; 482/10, 14; 483/10, 15
United States. President
Johnson, Lyndon Baines., 4/65476-(1)2/64,
United States. Treasury Department, 478-(18)6/66
Utah. Governor
Rampton, Calvin L., 476-(1)5/65
Yuma County Water Users' Association, 476-(7)10/64, 11/64, 5/66
Yuma Mesa Irrigation and Drainage District, 476-(7)6/64, 10/64