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PREFACE

The Inventory of Federal Archives in the States is one of the
products of the Survey of Federal Archives, which operated as a
nation—wide project of the Works Progress Administration from
January 1, 1936 to June 30, 1937, and has been continued in Calif—
ornia since that time as a state project of that Administration.

The plan for the organization of the Inventory is as follows:
Series I consists of reports on the administration of the Survey,
acknowledgments, and general discussions of the location, condi—
tion, and content of Federal archives in the states. Succeeding
series contain the detailed information secured by workers of the
Survey, in inventory form, a separate series number being assigned
to each of the executive departments (except the Department of
State) and other major units of the Federal Government. Within
each series No. l is a general introduction to the field organiza~
tion and records of the governmental agency concerned; the succeed—
ing numbers contain the inventory proper, separate numbers being
assigned to each state in alphabetical order. Thus, in each series,
the inventory for Alabama is No. 2, that for Arizona No. 3, that
for Arkansas No. 4, etc,

For each local office information regarding each series, or
unit of related records, is presented in the following order:
title, inclusive dates (”to date” indicating an open file at the
time the information was secured), general description of informa—
tional content, description of the system of filing or indexing (if
any), a statement of frequency and purpose of use, form of the rec—
ord itself (bound volumes, sheets in folders, etc.), linear footage,
description of the containers, physical condition of the records
(not stated if satisfactory), location by room number or other
identifying information, and finally, the number of the Form 588A
on which this information was originally recorded by a Survey
worker and from which it was abstracted for the Inventory, This

‘ form is on file in The National Archives. When it contains sub—

‘ stantial information on addenda sheets which has not been included
in the mimeographed abstract, indication of this is given by use
of the reference "See addenda."

In California the work of the Survey was under the direction of
Mr. Charles L. Stewart, Regional Director for California and Nevada,

a from its inception until June 30, 1937. From that time until Sept—
ember l, 1937 the work was under the supervision of its. Thelma
Ziemer, State Director of the Historical Records Survey. Since
then Mr. Cyril E. Paquin has been in charge of the state project.
This Inventory of the records of the Department of Agriculture in
California was prepared in the San Francisco office of the Survey
and was edited before final typing by Mr. L. J. Darter, Jr., of the
Division of Agriculture Department Archives of the National Archives.

Cyril E. Paquin, State Director

San Francisco, California Survey of Federal Archives
May 15, 1940 in California

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CONTENTS
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AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ADMINISTRATION
Forcword.................................................... 2
Alturas, Field Agent........................................ 8
Berkeley, California Agricultural Conservation Committee
State Office...........................°............... lO
Colusa, Field Agent......................................... 28
El Centre, Field Agent...................................... Bl
Fresno, Field Agent......................................... 31
Hanford, Field Agent................u....................... 33
Hollistcr, Field Agent...................................... 35
Madera, Field Agent............................,............ 36
Marysville, Field Agont..................................... 37
Modesto, Field Agent........................................ 38
Oroville, Field Agent....................................... 39
Placerville, Field Agent.................................... 42
Red Bluff, Field Agent...................................... 42
Bedding, Field Agent........................................ 44
Riverside, Field Agent...................................... 45
Sacramento, Field Agent..................................... 46
San Bernardino, Field Agent................................. 46
San Francisco, AAA Regional Marketing Program Office........ 47
San Luis Obispo, Field Agent................................ 52 ,
San Rafael, Field Agent..................................... 54
Santa Rosa, Field Agent..................................... 55
Stockton, Field Agent....................................... 56
Susanville, Field Agent..................................... 58
Ukiah, Field Agent..........u............................... 59
Venture, Field Agent.........................¢.............. 60
Visalia, Field Agent........................................ 65
Yreka, Field Agent.......................................... 66
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, BUREAU OF
Fresno, Division of Fruits and Vegetables Market News Field
Headquarters........................................... 70
Los Angeles, Division of Dairy and Poultry Products Market
News and Standardization and Grading Field Headquarters 70
Los Angeles, ‘Division of Fruits and Vegetables Market News
Field Headquarters..................................... 71
Los Angeles, Grain Division, Administration of Grain Standards
Act Field Headquarters................................. 73
Los Angelos, Division of Hay, Feed and Seed Reporting and
Inspection Field Headquarters.......................... 74
San Francisco, Division of Dairy and Poultry Products Market
News and Grading Service Field Headquarters............ 75
San Francisco, Division of Fruits and Vegetables Market News
Field Headquarters............................fl........ 79
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AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, BUREAU OF (cont'd)
San Francisco, Grain Division, Administration of Grain
Standards Act Field Headquarters...................... 82 .
San Francisco, Division of Rice Grading Field Station...... 85
San Francisco, Division of Hay, Feed and Seed Market News
Field Headquarters.................................... 83
San Francisco, Division of Livestock, Meats, and Wool
Karkct News and Grading Service Field Headquarters.... 85
San Pedro, Division of Fruits and Vegetables Inspection
Field Headquarters......;............................. 86
Vernon, Division of Livestock, Meets, and Wool Market News
Field Headquarters.................................... 86
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING, BUREAU OF
Berkeley, Division of Irrigation, Regional Office.......... 89
Davis, Division of Mechanical Equipment, Sugar Beet'
Production Machinery Field Headquarters............... 99
Los Angeles, Division of Irrigation Field Station.......... 99
Pomona, Division of Irrigation Field Station............... 104
ANIMAL INDUSTRY, BUREAU OF
Anaheim, Meat Inspection Division Field Station............ 108
Berkeley, Division of Virus—Serum Control Field Station.... 109
Calexico, Field Inspection Bureau, International
Inspection Field Station.............................. 119
El Centro, Animal Husbandry Experiment Field Station....... 120
Los Angeles, Field Station................................. 120
Madera, Tuberculosis Eradication Division Field Station.... 126
Merced, Tuberculosis Eradication Division Field Station.... 126
Pomona, Meat Inspection Division Field Station............. 127
Sacramento, Field Station.................................. 127
San Diego, Meat Inspection Division Field Station.......... 128
San Francisco, Meat Inspection Division Field Station...... 130
San Francisco, Field InSpection Division, International
Inspection and Quarantine Field Station............... 131
Santa Ana, Field Inspection Division, International
Inspection and Quarantine Field Station............... 132
Santa Rosa, Tuberculosis Eradication Division Field Station 1}}
Vernon, Packers and Stockyards Division, Public Stockyards
Inspection Field Station.............................. 1}}
Vernon, Packers and Stockyards Division, Stockyards
Supervision Field Station............................. 138
BIOLOGICAL SURVEY, BUREAU OF
Berkeley, U. S. Game Pretector............................. 141
' Fontana, Division of Wildlife Research, Fur Resources
' Field Headquarters, Rabbit Experiment Station......... 141
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BIOLOGICAL SURVEY, BUREAU OF (cont'd)
.Sacramento, Division of Wildlife Research, Food Habits
Field Headquarters..................,................. 142 -
Sacramento, Division of Game Management, Predatory and
Rodent Control Field Headquarters..................... 143
Tulelake, Division of Migratory Water Fowl, Wildlife Refuge 144
CHEMISTRY AND SOILS, BUREAU OF
Los Angeles, Food Research Division, Fruit and Vegetable
Chemistry Laboratory.................................. 147
ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT EUARANTINE, BUREAU OF
Alhambra, Division of Truck Crop and Garden Insects, Truck
Crop Field Laboratory................................. 154
Davis, Division of Bee Culture, Pacific Coast Bee Culture
Field Laboratory...................................... 162
El Centro, Division of Date Palm Scale Control, Imperial
Valley Headquarters................................... 16}
Eureka, Division of Foreign Plant Quarantine Port
Inspection Station.................................... 164
Fresno, Division of Fruit Insect Investigations, Dried ~
Fruit Insects Field Laboratory........................ 164
Modesto, Division of Truck Crop and Garden Insects, Sugar
Beet Insects Field Laboratory......................... 166
Oakland, Division of Plant Disease Control, Blister Rust
Control Field Headquarters............................ 168
Sacramento, Division of Fruit Insect Investigations
Field Laboratory...................................... 179
San Diego, Division of Foreign Plant Quarantine Port
Inspection Station.................................... 181
San Francisco, Division of Foreign Plant Quarantine Field
Headquarters.......................................... 182
San Luis Obispo, Division of Foreign Plant Quarantine Port
Inspection State Collaborator......................... 184
San Pedro, Division of Foreign Plant Quarantine Port
Inspection Field Headquarters......................... 185
Santa Paula, Division of Foreign Plant Quarantine Port
Inspection State Collaborator......................... 187
San Ysidro, Division of Foreign Plant luarantine Port
Inspection Field Headquarters......................... 188
Ventura, Division of Truck Crop and Garden Insects, Truck
Crop Insects Field Laboratory......................... 190
Whittier, Division of Insecticide Investigations Field
Laboratory............................................ 191
Whittier, Division of Fruit Insect Investigations '
Subtropical Fruit Insect Field Laboratory............. 192
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EXTENSION SERVICE
Foreword................................................ 205
31 Centre, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 20?
Eureka, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 208
Fresno, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 209
Hanford, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 209
Hollister, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 210
Los Angeles, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 212
Iarysville, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 212
Naps, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 219
Placerville, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 220
Redding, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 221
Riverside, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent.......° ............ . 221
Sacramento, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 223
San Bernardino, Division of Cooperative Extension,
County Agricultural Extension Agent................ 226
San Luis Obispo, 1Jivision of Cooperative Extension,
County Agricultural Extension Agent................ 227
San Rafael, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 228
Santa Cruz, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 232
Santa Rosa, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 234
Ukiah, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 237
Venture, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 240
Visalia, Division of Cooperative Extension, County
Agricultural Extension Agent....................... 242
FOOD AND DRUG AD INISTRATION
Los Angeles, Western District Field Inspection Service
Field Station...................................... 2A4
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FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (cont'd)
San Francisco, Western District Field Inspection
Service Field Station.............................. 250
Vallejo, Naval Stores Field Station..................... 260
FOREST SERVICE
Alturas, Modoc National Forest, Forest Supervisor....... 263
Berkeley, Forest and Range Experiment Station........... 270
Bishop, Inyo National Forest, Forest Supervisor......... 298
Corona, Cleveland National Forest, Traouco Ranger
District........................................... 304
Covelo, Xendocino National Forest, Eel River Ranger
Station............................................ 305
Crescent City, Siskiyou National Forest, Gasquet Ranger
District................ .......................... 306
Del Rosa, San Bernardino National Forest, Del Rosa
Ranger Station..................................... 30?
El Cajon, Cleveland National Forest, Descanso Ranger
District........................................... 308
Fresno, Forest and Range Experiment Station, San
Joaquin—Kings River Experimental Area.............. 310
Glendora, Angeles National Forest, It. Baldy Ranger
District........................................... 311
Glendora, Forest and Range Experiment Station,
San Dimas Experimental Forest...................... 313
Idyllwild, San Bernardino National Forest, San
Jacinto Ranger District............................ 317
Los Angeles, Angeles National Forest, Forest Supervisor. 320
Lytle Creek, San Bernardino National Forest, Cajon
Ranger District.................................... 341
Hill Creek Station, San Bernardino National Forest,
Eill Creek Ranger District......................... 342
Hinnelusa, San Bernardino National Forest, Big Bear
Ranger District.................................... 342
ii. Shasta City, Shasta National Forest, Forest
Supervisor......................................... 343
Nevada City, Tahoe National Forest, Forest Supervisor... 349
North Fork, Sierra National Forest, Forest SuperVisor... 353
Placerville, Eldorado National Forest, Forest Supervisor 367
Porterville, Sequoia National Forest, Forest Supervisor. 369
Quincy, Plumes National Forest, Forest Supervisoru...... 376
Salyer, Trinity National Forest, Salyer Ranger Station.. 385
San Bernardino, Forest Experiment Station, Devil
Canyon Experimental Forest......................... 386
San Diego, Cleveland National Forest Forest Supervisor. 393
San FranCisco, Revion 5 Regional Office................ 398
San Luis Obispo, ganta Barbara National Forest, San
Luis Obispo Ranger District........................ 452
Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara National Forest, Forest
Supervisor......................................... 453
Santa Yaria Santa Barbara National Forest, Santa
maria Banger District.............................. 475
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FOREST SERVICE (cont'd)
Sierraville, Tahoe National Forest, Sierraville Ranger
District............................................ 477
Sky Forest, San Bernardino National Forest, Arrowhead
Ranger District..................................... 477
Sonora, Stanislaus National Forest, Forest Supervisor.... 478
Sonora, Stanislaus National Forest, Sonora Ranger District 492
Sonora, Stanislaus National Forest, Summit Ranger District 493
Susanville, Lassen National Forest, Forest Supervisor..... 494
Truckee, Tahoe National Forest, Truckee Ranger District... 509
Weaverville, Trinity National Forest, Forest Supervisor... 511
Willows, flendocino National Forest, Forest Supervisor..... 51?
Yreka, Klamath National Forest, Forest Supervisor......... 523
OFFICE OF INFORIATION
San Francisco, Radio Service, Western Radio Program
Director............................................. 531
BUREAU OF FLALT INDUSTRY
Bard, Division of Western Irrigation Agriculture
Yuma Field Station................................... 535
Siggs Division of Cereal Crops and Diseases
FieldHeadquarters......l............................. 535
Chico, Division of Plant Exploration and Introduction,
experimenters Field Headquarters..................... 537
Davis Division of Cereal Crops and Diseases
Field Headquarters................................... 539
Davis Division of Cereal Crops and Diseases,
Foxious Weed Research Field Headquarters............. 540
Davis Division of Fruit and Vegetable Crops and Diseases,
Sacramento Horticultural Field Station, Field
Headquarters......................................... 540
Davis, Division of Soil Fertility Investigations,
Sugar Beet Soil Studies Field Laboratory............. 541
Davis, Division of Sugar Plant Investigations,
Sugar Beet Investigations Field Headquarters......... 542
Fresno, Division of Fruit and Vegetable Diseases,
Deciduous Fruit Investigations Field Headquarters.... 542
Fresno, Division of Fruit and Vegetable Crops and
Diseases, Grape Investigations Field Headquarters.... 545
Fresno, Division of Fruit and Vegetable Crops and
Diseases, Investigations of Iethods of Handling,
Transportation and Storage, and Harket Diseases of
Fruits, Vegetables and Flowers Field Headquarters.... 547
Indie, Division of Fruit and Vegetable Crops and
Diseases, Citrus, Avocado, and Other Subtropical
Fruit Investigations Field Headquarters.............. 549
Indio, Division of Fruit and Vegetable Crops and
Diseases Field Headquarters.......................... 550
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Pomona, Division of Fruit and Vegetable Crops and
Diseases, Investigations of Methods of Handling,
Transportation and Storage and Market Diseases
of Fruits, Vegetables and Flowers. Field Head—
quarters........................................... 551
Riverside, Division of Cotton and Other Fiber Crops
and Diseases. Field Headquarters.................. 553
Riverside, Division of Fruit and Vegetable Crops and
Diseases, Citrus, Avocado, and Other Subtropical
Fruit Investigations. Field Headquarters.......... 554
Riverside, Division of Fruit and Vegetable Crops and
Diseases, Tomato Disease Field Headquarters........ 555
Riverside, Division of Sugar Plant Investigations,
Sugar Beet Investigations Field Headquarters....... 556
Riverside, Division of Western Irrigation Agriculture
Field Headquarters................................. 558
Sacramento, Division of Fruit and Vegetable Crops and
Diseases, Deciduous Fruit Investigations. Field
Headquarters....................................... 561
Sacramento, Division of Fruit and Vegetable Crops and
Diseases, Nut Investigations Field Headquarters.... 563
San Francisco, Division of Forest Pathology Field
Headquarters....................................... 564
Shafter, Division of Cotton and Other Fiber Crops and
Diseases, Field Station............................ 565
PUBLIC ROADS, BUREAU OF
Oakland, Western Field Organization. Supply Department. 569
San Francisco, Western Field Organization, Regional
Headquarters....... ............................... 574
San Francisco, Western Field Organization, District 2
Headquarters....................................... 582
Yosemite, National Parks Section Field Headquarters..... 590
RESETTLFMENT ADMINISTRATION
Auburn, Rural Rehabilitation District Office............ 593
Berkeley, Rural Rehabilitation State Headquarters....... 594
Berkeley, Region IX. Regional Office......... ......... 596
El Centro, Rural Rehabilitation County Supervisor....... 606
Fresno, Rural Rehabilitation District Office............ 607
Glendale, Rural Rehabilitation District Office.......... 608
Los Angeles, Rural Rehabilitation District 0ffice....... 614
Narysville, Rural Rehabilitation District Office........ 614
Merced, Rural Rehabilitation District Office............ 615
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Modesto, Rural Rehabilitation District Office........... 618
Oroville, Rural Rehabilitation District Office.......... 620
Red Bluff, Rural Rehabilitation District Office......... 621
Riverside, Rural Rehabilitation District Office......... 622
Salinas, Rural Rehabilitation District Office........... 623
San Bernardino, Rural Rehabilitation District Office.... 623
San Diego, Rural Rehabilitation District Office......... 625
San Jose, Rural Rehabilitation District Office.......... 625
Santa Ana, Rural Rehabilitation District Office......... 628
Santa Rosa, Rural Rehabilitation District Office........ 629
Stockton, Rural Rehabilitation District 0ffice.......... 630
Susanville, Rural Rehabilitation County Supervisor...... 633
Ukiah, Rural Rehabilitation District Office............. 634
Venture, Rural Rehabilitation County Office............. 636
Visalia, Rural Rehabilitation District Office........... 637
Willows, Rural Rehabilitation District 0ffice........... 639
SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE
Foreword .................... ........ ................. 641
Berkeley, Regional Headquarters......... ............... 643
Naps, English Hills Project Manager..................... 665
Placerville, Regional Conservator....................... 666
Santa Ana, Aliso Creek Project Manager.................. 668
Watsonville, Corralitos Creek Project manager........... 670
Whittier, La Habra Project Manager...................... 677
WEATHER BUREAU '
Eureka, Weather Station................................. 691
Fresno, Weather Station... ........ .................... 694
Los Angeles, Weather Station..... ............. ... .... 696
Pomona, Fruit Frost Warning Service. District Head—
quarters........................................... 699
Bedding, Commercial Airway Service Station.............. 701
Sacramento, weather Station............................. 704
San Diego, Weather Station.... ......................... 706
San Francisco, Division of Climate and Crop Weather,
Climatological Station Headquarters................ 709
San Francisco, Forecast Division,Forecast District
Headquarters........... ........................... 711
San Pedro, Marine Division. Station.................... 716
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AGRICQLEEEAL ADJUSTMEEE ADEINlSTRAEEQfi

Immediately following passage of the Agricultural Adjustment
Act (Public Act 10, 73d Cong., 48 Stat. 31) approved May 12, 1933
and until August 1936, the AAA programs in California were ad—
ministered by the State Agricultural Extension Service. County
farm.advlsors served in an administrative capacity on county come
ndttees elected by producers of the commodity involved. These

‘ county committees approved contracts with producers of wheat,
cotton, rice, sugar beets, corn, hogs, etc., for the acreage ad—
justment of such commodities. The contracts were forwarded through
the state office of the Agricultural Extension Service to Washing—
ton to be audited and payrnnts made to the farmers. Prior to the
opening of the State AAA Conservation Office the Agricultural EX—
tension Service handled the following contracts:

Program No. of'Contgggtg Egars in Forge _Payments

Cotton 11,155 1933 ~ 1936 $3,992,109

Wheat 8,243 1933 — 1936 4,438,805

Corn—Hog 4,781. 1931. ~ 1935 2,735,154

Sugar 3,690 1934 — 1935 4,511,676

Rice 693 1935 1,723,076
In addition cotton producers who pooled their surplus cotton tax
exemption certificates received Bankhead Pool payments of $4,421
under the Cotton Control Act. 'Also administered by the Agricul—
tural Extension Service more 1,391 contracts covering the purchase
of l9,776 head of cattle and 161 contracts for the purchase of
24,070 sheep, made during the 1934 emergency cattle and sheep
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1n the spring of 1936 county associations and county conmdttccs
were organized on a county or geographical basis rather than on
a commodity basis. In August 1936 a State AAA Conservation Office
was opened in Berkeley and administration functions and responsi—
bility for operation of the program.was gradually taken over from
the Agricultural Extension Service. County farm.advisors continued
to serve as administrative officials on local committees until the
spring of 1938 when they were replaced by paid secretaries respon—
sible to the county committees.

Adaption of the national conservation program to the needs and
problems of California agriculturists is in the hands of the State
Agricultural Conservation Cmmnittee composed of four paid farmer's
representatives, appointed by the Director of the Western AAA
Division and serving at his pleasure, and the State Director of
the Agricultural Extension Service. Under the general direction
of the chairman of the state committee c.8tate Executive Assistant,
a full—time employee of the AAA, serves as secretary of the com~
mittee, supervises all auditing, accounting and clerical work, and
is responsible for all funds alloted, as well as property and sup—
plies. Responsibility for local and county administration of the
program rests with county and community committees working under

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