Guide to the L.M. Winsor papers,
1912-1964

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Overview of the Collection

Creator: Winsor, L. M. (Luther Martin), 1884-1968
Title: L.M. Winsor papers
Dates: 1912-1964 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 16 boxes (7.75 linear ft. )
Collection Number: USU_COLL MSS 98
Summary: Consists of personal and job-related photographs and published and unpublished essays from his work as an irrigation engineer, much of which focused on flood control. Most of the essays are typed reports to government agencies.
Repository: Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives
Manuscript Collection

Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
3000 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-3000
Phone: 435 797-1663
Fax: 435 797-2880
Email: scweb@usu.edu

Languages: Collection materials are in English. 
Sponsor: Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant, 2007-2008

Biographical Note

Luther M. Winsor, born in Hebron, Utah on January 21, 1884, spent his whole life working with water, irrigation, and flood control. With his experience and expertise he was appointed to governmental positions, on both the state and national level, and he also served as a specialist to private companies. The bulk of his work with irrigation and flood control kept him in Utah, but he also studied and developed water programs in Chile, Iran, Canada, and much of the western United States.

His early life in Hebron, Washington County, consisted of learning first-hand about irrigation, masonry, and railroad surveying. In 1904 he registered at Utah Agricultural College (now Utah State University) in Logan. From the outset of his education he focused on studying irrigation. For seven years he not only continued his studies in college, but he also gained valuable field experience such as working under the State Engineer in Logan measuring water levels in canals and studying water use in crop production with an appointment from the United States Division of Irrigation Investigations. In 1911 he became the first person in Utah to receive a degree in Irrigation Engineering. In 1926 Winsor earned a Masters degree from the University of California, Berkeley.

Winsor held an extensive and varied array of positions, most of which were concerned with irrigation and flood control. Shortly after he received his degree, Winsor became the first County Agent in the West and served posts in the Uintah Basin and in Colorado, but returned to Utah in 1913 to serve as Irrigation Specialist, a position he held for more than 20 years. It was in this capacity that he assisted in analyzing floods and developed the barrier system of flood control, in which debris is channeled away from flood waters.

Besides assisting in many flood control projects in Utah, in 1918 Winsor was called upon by the American Smelting and Refining Company to investigate irrigation and, as a result, increase food production for the company's copper mine camp in northern Chile. He would also assist the company on future projects in Garfield, Utah and Black Lake, Quebec.

The project that Winsor himself deemed most important was his work in Iran under appointment from the President of the United States in the early 1940s. In Iran he served as Director General at the Ministry of Agriculture. Winsor spent almost five years in the Middle East working with irrigation problems.

L.M. Winsor's varied career as an Irrigation Engineer is difficult to summarize. He extensively published the results from the many projects he assisted on or developed. On January 18, 1968 Winsor passed away. His groundbreaking work set the pace for flood control and irrigation in many areas of the West, especially Utah.

Content Description

The L.M. Winsor collection consists of personal and job-related photographs and published and unpublished essays from his work as Irrigation Engineer. Most of the essays are typed reports to government agencies. The first three boxes of the collection house these reports with the reports on his work in Iran located in Box 15.

The photographs in this collection are mounted on sheets of paper with hand written captions accompanying most of them, and are grouped into related topics as outlined in the register. The photographs themselves can be separated into two types: personal and job-related. Box 4 Folders 1-6 contains the personal photographs, while the remainder of the collection consists of job-related pictures.

There is also a separate L.M. Winsor photographic collection (P0343) which houses about 800 negatives and prints.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  Restrictions

Open to public research.

Restrictions on Use :  Copyright

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Utah State University Libraries, its officers, employees, and agents from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of copyright.

Permission to publish material from the L.M. Winsor papers must be obtained from the Special Collections Manuscript Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation :  

L.M. Winsor papers, 1912-1964. (COLL MSS 98). Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives Department.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Manuscripts arranged by associated publication or article.

Acquisition Information :  

This collection was donated to Utah State University Libraries, Special Collections and Archives Department.

Processing Note :  

Registered Updated by: Matthew Stiffler, December 2002

Related Materials :  

L.M. Winsor photographic collectionP0343


Detailed Description of the Collection

"Effect of Consolidation of Related Irrigation Enterprises on the Utilization of Water Resources." L.M. Winsor. (M.S. thesis, Rural Economics, University of California, Berkeley, 1926
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Original maps and tables for thesis listed above
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"What Shall Be Done with Remnants of the Public Domain?" L.M. Winsor. Typescript report
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Bibliography of Literature Pertaining to Management and Utilization of the Public Domain and "Vacant Public Lands" map, 1922
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"Control of Floods in Mountain Streams", L.M. Winsor. Typescript report and holograph
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"The Barrier System of Flood Control", L.M. Winsor. Typescript report and photographs
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"Report on the Status of Proposed Irrigation Expansion in Silver Creek Valley, Arizona", by D.E. Heywood. "Report Covering Investigations Relative to Proposed Irrigation Expansion in Silver Creek Valley, Arizona", by L.M. Winsor. Typescript reports, maps and photographs. Correspondence with William C. Smith, Bishop of Snowflake, Arizona
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Canal Management and the Use of Water in Irrigation Studies, East Millard Canal", by L.M. Winsor. April 30, 1921, Millard County, Utah
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Report, specifications, correspondence, clippings and photographs in reference to Winsor Dam, Enterprise Reservoir, Washington County, Utah
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Specifications for dams in Escalante, Garfield County, Utah and Salina, Sevier County, Utah. "Los Angeles County Flood Control District Report on Check Dams". Typescript, holograph and photos
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"Specifications for Construction of Erosion Control Dam Across Potatoe Wash Near Escalante - Garfield County". Typescript report. Sketches of proposed structures for Salina Canyon, Amerfork Camp and Wells Siding. Photographs of Ed Ise Farm. Abraham, Utah, 1925. "Los Angeles County Flood Control District Report on Check Dams", by E.C. Eaton and Frank Cillelin, May 22, 1931. Correspondence from J.P. Martin in reference to proposed dam for Salina Canyon
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"Utah Lake Diking Problem Report of Investigation", by L.M. Winsor, 1947. Typescript, clippings and photographs
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Photographs of Los Angeles flood control works in Los Angeles County, California
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Correspondence in reference to Five Mile Creek, Franklin County, Idaho, 1951-1954. Holograph and transcript
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"Pleasant Creek Flood Control", by L.M. Winsor. Mt. Pleasant, Utah, 1947. Transcript report with photographs and news clippings
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"Summary of Cooperative Irrigation Studies and Demonstrations in Utah, July 1922 to December 1924", by L.M. Winsor
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"Report Covering Cooperative Irrigation Work in Utah". Subtitled - "Extension Work in Irrigation and Drainage in the State of Utah, December 1, 1921 to November 30, 1922", by L.M. Winsor. Typescript, maps and photographs
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"Annual Report of Extension Work in Irrigation and Drainage, 1923". Subtitled - A Narrative Report Covering Cooperative Irrigation Activities in Utah, 1923", by L.M. Winsor
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"Photographic Summary to Accompany Annual Report of Cooperative Irrigation Activities in the State of Utah During the Year 1923". L.M. Winsor
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Map of Ashley Valley, Uintah County, Utah, showing ownership plats, canals and laterals , 1920-1921
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"Annual Report Covering Cooperative Irrigation Activities in the State of Utah, 1924", by L.M. Winsor. Typescript report with photographs
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"The Garfield Smelter and Flood Control", L.M. Winsor. Kessler County, Utah. Typescript report with photographs
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"Experience Suprunary", L.M. Winsor. Typescript and photographs
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Same as above. Set of photographs not complete
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Bear Bay Bird Refuge Report (edits), 1933 January 19
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Table of Contents. Chapter I -- Introduction Chapter II -- Physical Surroundings
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Chapter III -- Basis of Jordan River Design
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Chapter IV -- Basis of Storm Drainage Design
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Chapter V -- Existing Storm Drainage Facilities - Proposed Drainage Improvements
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Chapter VI -- continuation
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Chapter VI -- continuation
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Chapter VII -- Financing Chapter VIII -- Summary and Recommendations Appendix 1 Design Tabling Sheets
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Appendix 2 Tabulations of Areas and "Calculation Values
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Appendix 3 Time of Concentration Calculations Project: Millcreek
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Appendix 3 Time of Concentration Calculations Project: Big Cottonwood
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APpendix 4 Jordan River Design Computations
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"Five Mile by Marsh". Photographs
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Irriaation and Flood Control, L.M. Winsor, December , 1963
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The Garfield Smelter and Flood Control, L.M. Winsor, 1964
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Vol. 1 :  - Winsor Castle, Logan, Utah. 1930-1938. Salt Lake City home: construction of outdoor stone fireplace, 1938. First L.M. Winsor Logan residence, Utah, 1921.
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Vol. 1 :  - Winsor farm in Enterprise, Utah, 1921
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Vol. 1 :  - Yellowstone Park trip, Wyoming, 1929. Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 1937
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Vol. 1 :  - Bryce Canyon, Utah, 1930 and 1937. Zion Canyon, Utah, 1933
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Vol. 1 :  - Boulder Refuge, Nevada, 1940. Cabeza Prula Refuge, Arizona, 1940. Damron Valley, Utah, 1939. Devil's Slide on Weber River, Utah, 1938. Great Salt Lake, Utah, 1937. Indian Battle Ground Camp above Preston, Idaho,1933. Willard, Utah, 1917. Kanab, Utah, 1917. Auto wreck in Spanish Fork Canyon. "Making camp along the Columbia Highway", Oregon, 1925. Photographs of Spokane, Washington cityscape and three photographs of the Winsor family dog, 1926
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Vol. 1 :  - Freight collision on the Great Northern Railroad, Minot, North Dakota, 1935. Lower and Upper Souris, North Dakota, 1935. Round barn in South Dakota, 1935. Deadwood, South Dakota, 1935. Water spout and cyclone at Medicine Lake, Montana, 1935. "Little Jim", Uintah Reservation, Utah, 1912. "Crazy Indian~, Whiterocks, Utah, 1912. Pipe Spring Fort, Utah, 1916. Strawberry Valley fishing, Utah, 1923. Castle Rock, Utah, 1933. Skyline in Searchlight, Nevada, 1923. Mt. Timpanogos, Utah, 1937. Donner Lake on California-Nevada line, 1937. Crib Dam on Yuba River, California, 1926. Golddredge near Canyon City, Oregon, 1926
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Vol. 2 :  - Utah: Abraham, Levan, Magna, Milford, Provo, San Pete and Vernon
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Vol. 2 :  - Utah: Kanosh, Manti and Mona
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Vol. 2 :  - Utah: Beaver, Cedar City, Orderville, Nada, Fiddler's Canyon, and Alton
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Vol. 2 :  - Utah: Kanarrah, St. George and Fillmore
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Vol. 2 :  - Utah: Daniel and Spring City
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Vol. 2 :  - Utah: Nephi
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Vol. 2 :  - Utah: Payson and Salduro
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Vol. 3 :  - Utah: Logan, Old Sardine Canyon and Brigham. , 1921-1933
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Vol. 3 :  - Utah: Weber Canyon, Ogden and Farmington. , 1920-1940
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Vol. 3 :  - Utah: Salt Lake City, Zion Camp. Also included in this are a series of photographs used in Winsor's thesis
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Vol. 3 :  - Utah: Washakie (the construction of the Nephi-Zundal house), Asarco, Junction, Denmark Wash, Meadow, Mt. Meadows (location of Mt. Meadows Massacre), Lund, Benson Ward, Sevier, Toole, Utah County, Mt. Timpanogos, Tintic, Huntington, Hinckley, Castle Gate, Wellsburg, Manderfield, Minersville, Bingham Canyon, Wales, Oquirre Range and Holden. , 1922-1939
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Vol. 4 :   Photographs illustrating project in Kessler Canyon, Utah, 1927-1929
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Vol. 5 :  Gravel control; Main street after flood; gravel and soil slides; spillway; headworks of power dam in canyon
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Vol. 5 :  Series of views of gravel barrier and others of canyon
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Vol. 5 :  Main Street after flood of August 13, 1923; improvised spillway; flood control barrier
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Vol. 5 :  Diversion dam; beaver dam
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Vol. 5 :  Effects of flood; method of utilizing flood flow in building its own outer embankment around margin of gravel inner barrier basin; temporary spillway and temporary barrier
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Vol. 5 :  Detail of construction of the barrier; preparing foundation; beaver dam; method of building first barrier along south margin of barrier basin; construction of temporary spillway; system of placing stream under control by use of an operator
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Vol. 5 :  Construction used in extending basin; views of west barrier as it was being raised by a team; construction of boundry dike with straw stacks, barnyard manure, coarse straw
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Vol. 5 :  North barrier after it had been raised by flood
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Vol. 5 :  Gravel control barrier
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Vol. 5 :  Barrier; gravel control; Henry Blood, Chairman of the State Road Commission; intake to high-line canal
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Vol. 5 :  Boulders brought out by Willard flood, humans as scale
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Vol. 5 :  Gravel fan east of town; gravel cone and large fan north of Hot Springs
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Vol. 6 :  - Santa Clara, Utah , 1932-1941
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Vol. 6 :  - Santa Clara, Utah , 1932-1941
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Vol. 6 :  - Salina Canyon, Utah , 1930-1941
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Vol. 6 :  - Salina Canyon, Utah , 1930-1941
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Vol. 6 :  - Salina Canyon, Utah , 1930-1941
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Vol. 6 :  - Parowan, Utah , 1925-1938
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Vol. 6 :  - Parowan, Utah , 1925-1938
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Vol. 6 :  - Woodruff, Utah , 1926-1932
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Vol. 6 :  - Mt. Pleasant and Summit, Utah
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Vol. 7 :  - Willard, Utah , 1923-1941
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Vol. 7 :  - Willard, Utah , 1923-1941
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Vol. 7 :  - Farmington, Utah , 1922-1940
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Vol. 7 :  - Davis County, Utah , 1922-1940
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Vol. 7 :  - Utah: Kessler Canyon (1926-1930). Payson (1927). Santa Quin , 1925/1928
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Vol. 7 :  - Utah: Mona (1922). Nephi (1922-1933). Filmore (1920-1933). Kanosh (1923-1925). Meadow (1925). Parowan (1924-1930). Summit Creek (1926/1930). Kanarrah , 1933
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Vol. 7 :  - Washington County, Enterprise , 1916-1932
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Vol. 7 :  - Utah: Santa Clara Creek (1933-1935). Zion Canyon (1933). Sevier River (1941). Kanab (1941). Upper Virgin River (1941). San Pete (1922). Mt. Pleasant (1929). Salina Canyon , 1932-1934
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Vol. 7 :  - Utah: Escalante (1916-1934). Orderville (1916). Alton Camp, CCC camp (1933). Daniel (1922). Texas: El Paso , 1934
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Vol. 7 :  - New Mexico: Zuni Reservation (1934); Navajo Reservation (1933); Mexican Springs (1934); Pueblo Chetrol Ketl, Chaco Canyon, Kinnebito Area (1934). Arizona: Granda (1934) Texas: Temple (1934); El Paso (1934). West Virginia: Spencer , 1934
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Vol. 8 :  - Farmington, Utah , 1923-1924
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Vol. 8 :  - Farmington, Utah , 1925

(3 photos of Casa Grande, Arizona, showing detail of ancient med wall construction).

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Vol. 8 :  - Farmington, Utah , 1925-1937
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Vol. 8 :  - Farmington, Utah , 1925-1937
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Vol. 8 :  - Farmington, Utah , 1925-1937
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Vol. 8 :  - Davis Creek, Utah (1923-1930); Ford Creek, Utah , 1923- 1930
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Vol. 8 :  - Ford Creek, Utah , 1930-1934
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Vol. 8 :  - Parrish Creek, Utah , 1930-1932
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Vol. 8 :  - Utah: Steed Creek (1923); Haights Creek (1922-1926); Layton Creek, Utah , 1932
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Vol. 8 :  - Perry Creek, Utah , 1923-1929
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Vol. 9 :  - Utah: Price (1938); Enterprise , 1912-1923
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Vol. 9 :  - Enterprise, Utah , 1916-1918
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Vol. 9 :  - Enterprise, Utah , 1924-1933
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Vol. 9 :  - Enterprise, Utah , 1924-1933
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Vol. 9 :  - Utah: Enterprise (1925); Beryl , 1915/1924
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Vol. 10 :  Zuni Reservation (1934); Rama (1934); Rio Grande (1925); Gallup (1934); Shiprock , 1933
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Vol. 10 :  Navajo Project (1934); other locations in New Mexico "near Glenwood", "near Silver City", "near Alma", "near Farmington"; Navajo Reservation (1934); Pueblo Chetro Ketl, Chaco Canyon, Kinnebito area and Pueblo Boineta , 1934
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Vol. 10 :  Mexican Springs , 1934
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Vol. 10 :  Bitter Lakes , 1941-1941
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Vol. 10 :  Bitter Lakes , 1936-1939
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Vol. 10 :  Bitter Lakes , 1936-1939
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Vol. 10 :  Bitter Lakes (1936-1939), and NM miscellaneous
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Vol. 10 :  Bosque , 1939-1941
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Vol. 10 :  Bosque , 1939-1941
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Vol. 10 :  Bosque , 1939-1941
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Vol. 10 :  Bosque , 1939-1941
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Vol. 10 :  Bosque Del Apache , 1937-1939
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Vol. 10 :  Bosque Del Apache , 1937-1939
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Vol. 11 :  - Colorado: Rawley Mines (1931); Trout Creek (1933); Pueblo , 1926
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Vol. 11 :  - Idaho: Camas (1938-1939); Boise River (1926); Bear Lake (1927); Downey , 1925
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Vol. 11 :  - Kansas: Mankato (1935); Sterling (1926); Lyons (1926). Missouri: Bethany (1934). Montana: Lake Mason (1940); Thibedeau (1939-1940), Red Rocks Lake (1937-1938), and Milk River , 1926
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Vol. 11 :  - Montana: Benton Lake (1936); Clark River (1926); Milk River Valley (1926); Fort Peck , 1935
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Vol. 11 :  - Montana: Fort Peck (1935); Bowdoin Refuge , 1939
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Vol. 12 :  - Utah: Willard (1923-1926); Haights Creek (1926); Pleasant Creek , 1924-1929
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Vol. 12 :  - Utah: Mt. Pleasant (1929); Kessler Canyon (1927-1930); Steed Creek (1932); Magna (1933); Woodruff (1926-1930); Filmore , 1924-1933
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Vol. 12 :  - Utah: Nephi (1922-1925); San Quin (1927); Spring City (1922); Parowan (1925/1938); Payson , 1927
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Vol. 12 :  - Utah: Salina Canyon (1933/1941); Perry (1929); Summit Creek (1926/1930); Parowan (1925); Davis Creek (1932); Parrish Creek (1930); Ford Creek (1923); Steed Creek , 1930
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Vol. 12 :  - Utah: Farmington (1923); Turnbull (1940) and Zion Camp (1933). Nevada: Bunkerville (1935); Moapa Valley (1935). California: Santa Anna River (1938). New Mexico: Pueblo Chetro Ketl, Chaco Canyon, Kennebito Area (1934). Arizona: Safford (1934). Ohio: Zanesville , 1934
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Vol. 13 :  - California: San Joaquin Valley (1929/1938); Salton Sea (1936); Imperial Valley , 1926
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Vol. 13 :  - California: San Fernando Valley - Los Angeles (1937- 1941); Mojave Desert (1937-1938); Barstow (1938); Baker (1938); Dagget (1925); Foot Hill Boulevard near Los Angeles (1926); aerial photo of Los Angeles River , 1938
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Vol. 13 :  - California: Los Angeles (1938); Santa Anna River Area (1938); Devil's Canyon Creek , 1938
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Vol. 13 :  - California: Modesto (1925-1926), construction of ExcheQuer Dam and railroad bridge
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Vol. 13 :  - California: Sacramento , 1938-1939
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Vol. 13 :  - California: Stockton , 1923
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Vol. 13 :  - California: Tule Lake Wildlife Refuge , 1937-1938
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Vol. 13 :  - California: Owens Valley (1941); Half Moon Bay (1926); Capestrano (1926); Palo Alto (1923); Dehli (1926); San Diego (1926); Pomona (1926); Yuba River(1926); Albany (1926); Mt. Shasta , 1938
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Vol. 14 :  - Canada, Saskatchewan , 1935
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Vol. 14 :  - Upper Souris, North Dakota , 1935
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Vol. 14 :  - Minot (1935-1936) and Upper Souris, North Dakota
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Upper Souris, North Dakota , 1935-1936
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Upper Souris, North Dakota , 1935-1936
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Upper Souris, North Dakota , 1935-1936
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Lower Souris , 1936/1940
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Lower Souris , 1936/1940
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Lower Souris , 1936/1940
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Lower Souris , 1936/1940
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Vol. 15 :  - Medicine Lake, Montana , 1938-1939
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Vol. 15 :  - Medicine Lake, Montana , 1938-1939
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Vol. 15 :  - New State Gun Club, Utah (1927/1932); Bear Bay Bird Refuge Project , 1927-1930
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Vol. 16 :  - Zanesville, Ohio (1934). Stillwater, Oklahoma (1934), CCC project. Lower and Upper Klamath and Klamath Falls, Oregon , 1937- 1938
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Vol. 16 :  - Oregon: Malheur (1937-1940); Burns , 1937
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Vol. 16 :  - Oregon: Hart Mountain (1937-1940); Lake Albert (1937- 1938); Willamette Valley (1926); Mt. Hood Loop (1926); Roseburg (1926); John Day River , 1926
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Vol. 16 :  - Oregon: Prineville (1926); Canyon City (1926); Sisters (1926); Bend , 1937
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Vol. 16 :  - Arkansas: Arkansas Refuge , 1938-1940
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Vol. 16 :  - Arkansas: Arkansas Refuge , 1938-1940
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Vol. 16 :  - Arkansas: Arkansas Refuge , 1938-1940
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Vol. 16 :  - Texas: El Paso (1934-1939), CCC project
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Vol. 16 :  - Texas: El Paso (1934), CCC project; Temple (1934), CCC project; Muleshoe , 1940
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Vol. 16 :  - Washington: Turnbull (1939-1940); Grand Coulee (1939); Emerald Gardens (1926); Willamette Valley (1926); Horse Heaven , 1926
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Vol. 16 :  - Washington: Pasco (1926); Arlington (1926); Maryhill (1926); Plymouth (1926); Bulock Island (1926); Goodnoe Hills (1926); Chamberlain Flat , 1926
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Vol. 16 :  - Wicconsin: La Crosse (1934). Wyoming: Jackson (1939); Evanston (1938); Yellowstone , 1940/1926
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Vol. 17 :  - Photos from Bear Bay, Utah, of the migratory bird refuge development , 1927-1941
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Vol. 18 :  - Arizona: Havasu (1941); Yuma (1937); Ranea (1941); Safford (1934-1938); Tuba City (photo of Hopi village, 1933); Holbrook (1933); Bisbee (1936); Shiprock (1936); Duncan (1936-1938); Topoc (1936); Phoeniz (1926); Casa Grande (remnants of pueblos, 1939
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Vol. 18 :  - St. David, Arizona , 1927-1941
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Vol. 18 :  - St. David, Arizona , 1927-1941
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Vol. 18 :  - Ganada, Arizona , 1927-1941
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Vol. 18 :  - Pomerene, Arizona , 1927-1941
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Vol. 18 :  - San Pedro, Arizona (no dates, no captions)
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Vol. 18 :  - New Mexico: Bitterlake (1941); Bosque , 1941
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Vol. 18 :  - New Mexico: Mexican Springs, photos of Navajo Indians
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Vol. 18 :  - North Dakota: Upper and Lower Souris; Medicine Lake , 1935-1939
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Vol. 18 :  - Utah: Farmington (1924-1931); Santa Quin , 1924-1928
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Vol. 19 :  - Ogden Bay, Utah , 1937-1941
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Vol. 19 :  - Santa Clara Creek, Winsor Dam, Utah , 1933-1941
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Vol. 19 :  - Utah: Kessler Canyon (1937-1938); Salina Canyon , 1933- 1934
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Vol. 19 :  - Canada: (1926); Imperial Valley (1941) Oregon: Turnbull Slough Project (1940); Hart Mountain Refuge (1939); Malheur Refuge (1938) California: Los Angeles River (1937) Nevada: Meadow Valley Wash (1937); Moapa Valley (1937); Panaca (1937); Boulder Canyon Refuge (1939) Utah: Potatoe Valley (1933); Soldier Canyon (1934) Arizona: Safford (1934) Wisconsin: LaCrosse (1934) West Virginia: Spencer (1934) Ohio: Zanesville (1934) Oklahoma: Stillwater , 1934
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Vol. 19 :  - Utah: Parowan (1925-1930); Mt. Pleasant (1929/1938); Willard (1923-1926); Virgin River Valley (1934); Alton (1933); Enterprise (1926/1933); Woodruff (1929); Davis Creek (1930-1932); Centerville; Ford Creek (1930-1932); Fiddler's Canyon, 1930-1931
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Vol. 19 :  - Escalante, UT , 1916-1934
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Vol. 19 :  - Escalante, UT , 1916-1934
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"Covering Investigations Relative to Wheeler Canyon Flood. August 27, 1956 to date - September 18, 1956." Typescript report
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"Iran (Persia) A Land of Opportunity" by L.M. Winsor. Holograph
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Articles by L.M. Winsor concerning Iran
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15 13 "What Can American Do to Help Iran?" by L.M. Winsor. Typescript. 3 copies.
15 13 "Iran's Most Urgent Problem" by L.M. Winsor. Typescript. 3 copies.
15 13 "Iran and Her Problems" by L.M. Winsor. Typescript. 2 copies.
15 13 "Iran (Persia) a Land of Opportunity" by L.M. Winsor. Typescript. 3 copies.

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L.M. Winsor correspondence concerning Iran
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15 14 Letter to A.T. Mitchelson, July 31, 1946 (orig. and two dublicates)
15 14 Letter to A.T. Mitchelson, Sept 2, 1946
15 14 Letter to Ambassador Hussein Ala, Iranian Embassy, Washington D.C., c.1949
15 14 Letter to E.B Debler concerning Iran trip, Oct 17, 1949
15 14 Memorandum for His Majesty Pahlevi, Dec 17,1949
15 14 Letter to His Excellancy M. Zahedi, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Agriculture, Tehran, Iran, Feb 18, 1955
15 14 Page 2 of incoming letter to L.M. Winsor, unknown sender, Mar 21, 1952
15 14 photo of unknown boy

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Photographs taken from L.M. Winsor's life, water projects and travels (original order)

Winsor Castle, India, Utah Lake, Five Mile Gorge, Vernal Bridge.

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Photographs taken from L.M. Winsor's life, water projects and travels (original order)

Family photos, Cedar City, Mt. Pleasant, Milford.

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Photographs taken from L.M. Winsor's life, water projects and travels (original order)

Floods (Spring City, Farmington, Centerville, Willar, Fiddlers Canyon, Potato Wash), Bear River Bay, Salina Wash.

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Photographs taken from L.M. Winsor's life, water projects and travels (original order)

Iran Egypt, Santa Clara Creek, Little Pine Valley.

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Utah State Road Commission forms
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Sociology study of Summit County, Utah by Bureau of Agricultural Economics
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Correspondence with Russel E. Bernston, George D. Clyde, L.M. Winsor, Leroy Young, 1926-1936
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Notes on Plans of Work - evaporation and water supply: Bear River/Box Elder County Area
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Plates showing variations in water evaporation and related info concerning Bear River and Great Salt Lake Basin Areas
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Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge Correspondence and General Data
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Correspondence and general data regarding review of first year's operation of the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge
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Progress Reports for Bear River Bay Refuge, September, Novemeber and December 1928
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Bear River Bay diking project
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Subjects

    • Personal Names :
    • Winsor, L. M. (Luther Martin), 1884-1968.  ( contributor)
    • Subject Terms :
    • Flood control.
    • Irrigation engineering.
    • Irrigation--Utah.
    • Water-supply--Iran.

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