Records of the Bureau of Reclamation. 1889 - 2008. Moving Images Relating to the Central Valley Project. 1945 - 1993. quot;Take Pride in Americaquot; Public Service Announcements

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Records of the Bureau of Reclamation. 1889 - 2008. Moving Images Relating to the Central Valley Project. 1945 - 1993. quot;Take Pride in Americaquot; Public Service Announcements

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