Guide to the George Dewey Clyde Photograph Collection,
1920-1967

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Overview of the Collection

Creator: Clyde, George Dewey
Title: George Dewey Clyde Photograph Collection
Dates: 1920-1967 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 6 Boxes (5.5 linear ft.)
Collection Number: USU_P0374
Summary: This collection contains 1,182 photographs mainly from the 1920s to the 1960s. The photographs show irrigation methods from the early 1900s to 1950s including irrigation field trials in the Western United States and measuring snow pack to predict spring runoff in the Tony Grove/Franklin Basin area (near Logan, Utah).
Repository: Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives
Photograph Collection

Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
3000 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-3000
Phone: 435 797-2663
Fax: 435 797-2880
Email: scweb@usu.edu

Languages: Material in English 
Sponsor: Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant, 2007-2008

Biographical Note

Born on July 21, 1898, in Mapleton, Utah County, Utah, George Dewey Clyde graduated from Utah State Agricultural College in 1922. As an agricultural engineer, he served on the staff of both the Experiment Station and the College, becoming a full professor in 1928. He served as Dean of the School of Engineering from 1936 through 1945. Following World War II, Mr. Clyde left the employ of the College to assume the duties of Chief of the Division of Irrigation Engineering and Water Conservation for the Soil Conservation Service, Research Branch under the United States Department of Agriculture. He also was a director of Utah Water and Power Board. He played an important role in approval of the Upper Colorado River Basin Storage Project in 1956. A long standing member of the Utah Republican Party, he left Civil Service and ran successfully for the governorship of Utah that same year, serving eight years. George Clyde was the 10th governor of Utah. He focused on the economic development of Utah while in office. Clyde returned to civil service in 1965. He and his wife, Ora Packard Clyde, raised five children. George D. Clyde died on April 2, 1972.

Content Description

This collection contains 1,182 photographs mainly from the 1920s to the 1960s. The photographs show irrigation methods from the early 1900s to 1950s including irrigation field trials in the Western United States and measuring snow pack to predict spring runoff in the Tony Grove/Franklin Basin area (near Logan, Utah). There are also photographs of Utah river flooding in 1952 involving Hobble Creek and the Spanish Fork River (in Utah County) and of the Weber River (in Weber County). The collection also contains snow cats, snowmobiles, and other early forms of snow vehicle transportation, the Kennecott Copper Company's unveiling of the first production of Minuteman Missiles, and the dedication of irrigation dam projects in the West including Glen Canyon, Joes Valley, and Flaming Gorge Dam during the 1950s and 1960s when George Clyde was governor of Utah.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  Restrictions

No restrictions on use, except: not available through interlibrary loan.

Restrictions on Use :  Copyright

It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.

Permission to publish material from the George Dewey Clyde Photograph Collection must be obtained from the Special Collections Photo Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Permission to publish material from the George Dewey Clyde Photograph Collection must be obtained from the Special Collections Photograph Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation :  

Initial Citation: P0374; George Dewey Clyde Photograph Collection; Photograph Collections Special Collections and Archives. Utah State University Merrill-Cazier Library. Logan, Utah.

Following Citations:P0374, USUSC.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Arranged in numeric sequence according to Box, Folder, and item.

Processing Note :  

Processed in June of 2008

Acquisition Information :  

This material was transferred to USU Special Collections and Archives from the American Heritage Center (AHC) at the University of Wyoming in November 2001. The papers were donated to the AHC in 1972 by Jerald R. Clyde, the son of George Clyde.

Related Materials :  

See also: MSS 176 George D. Clyde Collection, MSS 255 George D. Clyde Speeches, MSS 279 George D. Clyde Research Materials.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Development of Utah Snowmobile USMGS, 1939-1953
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1:01:01-24: Snow cats, snowmobiles, mountains, trees, and buildings in winter. Photos from the Bear River range and possibly Sanpete County 1939-1953

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Development of Utah Snowmobile USMGS, 1939-1953
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1:02:01-07: Snow cats, snowmobiles, mountains, trees, and buildings in winter. Photos from the Bear River range and possibly Sanpete County 1939-1953

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Drainage, Sand trap, Irrigation Structures, 1947-1950
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1:03:01: Irrigation ditch 1947-1950
1:03:02: "Portable form, wood construction for casting 6–inch concrete Parshall measuring flume." 1947-1950
1:03:03: "Looking east down head ditch." April 1947
1:03:04: "End view, entrance section, showing spacer boards to maintain proper dimensions of the structure." 1947-1950
1:03:05: "Looking up head ditch toward partially completed head gate." April 1947
1:03:06: "End view, entrance section, showing spacer boards to maintain proper dimensions of the structure." 1947-1950
1:03:07: "Downstream end of 6-inch portable form. Waterproofed plywood used for casting surfaces." 1947-1950
1:03:08: "Looking up check #1, showing lower side of supply gate. This strip has corn stalk and ammonium sulphate treatment." April 1947
1:03:09: "Looking up strip into which Bermuda grass has been worked. Note check strip on each side." 1947-1950
1:03:10: "View of improved portable form, 9-inch size." 1947-1950
1:03:11-13: "Taken by the Bureau of Reclamation of the 9–inch form at the Hydraulic Laboratory, showing 6–inch tile stilling wells" and men in a group 1947-1950
1:03:14-17: "Taken by the Bureau of Reclamation of the 9–inch form at the Hydraulic Laboratory," a man examining it 1947-1950
1:03:18: "Looking up strip into which cotton bolls have been worked." April 1947
1:03:19: "Main canal from which dimensions are made to Minty Field spreading grounds." June 5, 1950
1:03:20: "Taking current meter readings at Minty Field." 1947-1950
1:03:21–27: "Equipment for the Bureau of Reclamation project of the 9–inch form at the Hydraulic Laboratory." 1947-1950
1:03:28-29: "Taken by the Bureau of Reclamation of the 9–inch form concrete form cast." 1947-1950
1:03:30: "Finished structure, 9-inch size, after removing the portable form." 1947-1950
1:03:31: Same form as in 1:03:30, "finished with water flowing through the flume. On the College Experimental Farm." 1947-1950
1:03:32: "A 4-inch reinforced concrete Parshall measuring flume." 1947-1950

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Drainage, Sand trap, Irrigation Structures, 1947-1950
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1:04:01: "Preparation of site in lateral for building 9–inch Parshall measuring flume by use of the improved form." 1947-1950
1:04:02: "The 9–inch improved portable form being assembled in lateral. Reinforced steel bars are being placed in position." 1947-1950
1:04:03: "Form completely assembled and ready for filling." 1947-1950
1:04:04: "Form completely filled and structure finished except the floor of the converging throat and diverging sections." 1947-1950
1:04:05: "View showing downstream end of form after the structure is poured." 1947-1950
1:04:06: "Finished 9–inch flume with gage staff." 1947-1950
1:04:07-11: "Finished 9–inch flume with gage staff. 1–inch angle irons used at the upstream end, crest and downstream end of the structure." 1947-1950
1:04:12: "View of finished 9–inch flume with gage staff. Water flowing in it at head at 1.07 feet." 1947-1950
1:04:13: "Structure cast by means of the improved 9–inch form where the flow will be submerged." 1947-1950
1:04:14: "View showing flow through flume under submerged conditions." 1947-1950
1:04:15: "View showing the outside forms of a 6–inch improved form, reinforced bars being placed. Angle irons determine floor elevations in place." 1947-1950
1:04:16: "The 6–inch form assembled, with exception of metal plates for casting the ends of the flume wall, wedge boards placed after the floor is poured." 1947-1950
1:04:17: "Side views of 6–inch improved form ready for pouring." 1947-1950
1:04:18: "Finished 6–inch flume, first to be cast in using this improved form and measurement indicated a variation from 6–inches to 1/64th." 1947-1950
1:04:19-20: "Riffle deflector–vortex tube sand trap at the head of the CF& I Supply Canal, Arkansas River, near Florence, Colorado." 1947-1950
1:04:21: "Structure back–filled with staff gage in place." 1947-1950
1:04:22-24: "The 4–inch reinforced concrete Parshall measuring flume, one of several built on the Left Hand Creek, Longmount, Colorado."
1:04:25: "Water flowing through 9–inch Parshall measuring flow delivery for beet field. Excelsior Ditch, Pueblo." 1947-1950
1:04:26: "Free–flow through 15–foot Parshall measuring flume, Lake Canal, Fort Collins." 1947-1950

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Drainage, Sand trap, Irrigation Structures. Some images have a longer caption printed on the verso side, 1947-1950
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1:05:01: "Vortex tube sand trap in Jackson Ditch at the Bellvue Hydraulic Laboratory." 1947-1950
1:05:02: "Accumulation of sand from Jackson Ditch sand trap." 1947-1950
1:05:03-04: "Distribution of bed load in Model riffle deflector–vortex tube sand trap under study at Bellvue Hydraulic Laboratory." 1947-1950
1:05:05: "Model of riffle deflector mental vane sand trap tested at the Hydraulic Laboratory at Fort Collins," Colorado 1947-1950
1:05:06-14: Miscellaneous: Construction of a water drain 1947-1950
1:05:15: "Improved vortex tube at water drain site." 1947-1950

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Drainage, Sand trap, Irrigation Structures. Includes description of some photographs, 1947-1950
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1:06:01: Level land 1947-1950
1:06:02: Grape fruit trees on well prepared land 1947-1950
1:06:03: Grape fruit trees on unhealthy land 1947-1950
1:06:04: Farm advisor, Imperial, California 1947-1950
1:06:05: Farm advisor and soil conservation district conservationist view the water table level of the land 1947-1950
1:06:06: Farm advisor and soil conservation district conservationist kneel on ground and use piezometer pipes to measure the water table 1947-1950
1:06:07: Soil scientist holds the driving hammer and the civil engineer inserts the piezometer into the sleeve of the driving hammer 1947-1950
1:06:08: Driving the piezometer pipe into the ground 1947-1950
1:06:09: Piezometers are installed in three different lengths 1947-1950
1:06:10: Flushing out the piezometers 1947-1950
1:06:11: Inserting a loose rivet into piezometers to keep bugs out 1947-1950
1:06:12: Taking the water level reading of a piezometer 1947-1950
1:06:13: Electrical sounding device is slipped over the piezometer top 1947-1950
1:06:14–16: Bailing wire and measuring tape used in place of electrical piezometer 1947-1950
1:06:17: Water table calculations on a blackboard done by two farm engineers 1947-1950
1:06:18: Six man surveying crew (for water?) with equipment in front of Old Main 1947-1950

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Allis-Chalmers Army: T-27 Snowmobile Field Trial, 1940-1949
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1:07:01–27: Snowmobiles, measuring snow depth, buildings, vehicles, and mountains in winter 1940-1949

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Allis-Chalmers Army: T-27 Snowmobile Field Trial, 1940-1949
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1:08:01–25: Snowmobiles, measuring snow depth, buildings, vehicles, and mountains in winter 1940-1949

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Allis-Chalmers Army: T-27 Snowmobile Field Trial, 1940-1949
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1:09:01–25: Snowmobiles, measuring snow depth, buildings, vehicles, and mountains in winter 1940-1949

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Allis-Chalmers Army: T-27 Snowmobile Field Trial, 1940-1949
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1:10:01–25: Snowmobiles, measuring snow depth, buildings, vehicles, and mountains in winter 1940-1949

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Allis-Chalmers Army: T-27 Snowmobile Field Trial, 1940-1949
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1:11:01–12: Snowmobiles, measuring snow depth, buildings, vehicles, and mountains in winter

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Hobble Creek and Spanish Fork Floods, Utah County, and Weber River, Weber County, Utah. Contains a description of the Hobble Creek Flood near Brookside (Springville, Utah), May 1952
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1:12:01: Hobble Creek left its original channel and cut a new path through alfalfa field 1952
1:12:02: Channel cutting a new path through cherry orchard 1952
1:12:03: Hobble Creek Flood 1952
1:12:04: Hobble Creek Flood cutting into alluvial banks 1952
1:12:05: "Stream channel through the Clyde Farm three miles below the mouth of Hobble Creek." 1952
1:12:06: Hobble Creek Flood near Brookside showing efforts to stop the flood by dropping logs and brush into the water 1952
1:12:07: Hobble Creek near Brookside 1952
1:12:08: Homes in Brookside washed away by the flood including the Blake Gamble Home 1952
1:12:09: Flood near the Lincoln School 1952
1:12:10: Weber Canyon flood near mouth 1952
1:12:11: Highway damage from flooding 1952
1:12:12: Attempts to stop flooding by dropping logs and brush into the water 1952
1:12:13: Attempts to keeping flooding from cutting through Dry Creek 1952
1:12:14: Weber River attempts to divert water to fix damaged highway 1952
1:12:15: Weber River undermining Union Pacific Railroad grade 1952
1:12:16: Springville Ninth Ward Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Chapel flood close by 1952
1:12:17: Mouth of Weber River showing heavy equipment attempting to divert river back to its original course 1952
1:12:18: Hobble Creek going under highway near Springville 1952
1:12:19: Springville Ninth Ward Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Chapel flood close by 1952
1:12:20: Hobble Creek near Brookside 1952
1:12:21: Hobble Creek near Brookside showing flood cutting through new ground 1952
1:12:22: Hobble Creek taking out a dog house and animal pens 1952
1:12:23: Back of Blake Gamble home 1952
1:12:24: Home below Brookside surrounded by water 1952
1:12:25: Water going under main highway bridge across Main Street in Springville 1952

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Hobble Creek and Spanish Fork Floods, Utah County and Weber River, Weber County, Utah, 1952
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1:13:01: Weber River cutting into the slope under the Union Pacific Railroad grade Spring 1952
1:13:02: Weber River cutting into the slope under the Union Pacific Railroad grade, with man standing on Union Pacific mainline tracks 1952
1:13:03: Hobble Creek cutting a new channel above Brookside in Springville 1952
1:13:04-05: Weber River out of its banks at mouth of canyon 1952
1:13:06: Attempts to use snags to enable water to go down regular channel 1952
1:13:07: Cutting a new channel through alluvial farm land above Brookside and Springville 1952
1:13:08: Home damaged by flooding near Main Street 1952
1:13:09: Spanish Fork River near the mouth damaging feed yard and farm land 1952
1:13:10: Slide caused by spring 1952 runoff resulted in Hobble Creek flooding 1952
1:13:11: Farmland covered by gravel and sand because of flooding 1952
1:13:12: Spanish Fork River land near Spanish Fork sugar factory covered by gravel and sand 1952
1:13:13: Aerial view of mouth of Spanish Fork River before discharging into Utah Lake showing flooded farmland 1952
1:13:14-15: Spanish Fork River flooding an alfalfa field 1952
1:13:16: Aerial view of edge of Provo Bay near the mouth of Hobble Creek showing Alleman Ranch flooding 1952
1:13:17: Aerial view of Provo Bay with Spanish Fork River and Hobble Creek. Steel plant and Provo airport nearby surrounded by water 1952
1:13:18: Aerial view of Provo Bay showing Provo Airport almost completely surrounded 1952
1:13:19: Aerial view of Spanish Fork River bottom showing damage done by flooding 1952
1:13:20: Aerial view of Hobble Creek channel at mouth of canyon 1952

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Hobble Creek and Spanish Fork Floods, Utah County and Weber River, Weber County, Utah, May 1952
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1:14:01: Aerial view of Brookside flooded by Hobble Creek 1952
1:14:02: Aerial view of Hobble Creek flooding showing damage to land 1952
1:14:03: Aerial view of Hobble Creek flooding showing damage to land above Brookside 1952
1:14:04: Landslides caused by spring runoff in 1952 1952
1:14:05: Mouth of Spanish Fork Canyon showing where flood damaged an alfalfa field 1952
1:14:06: Channel cut by Hobble Creek below mouth of canyon 1952
1:14:07: Damage to a chicken farm caused by Hobble Creek near Brookside 1952
1:14:08: Damage to roads caused by flooding of Spanish Fork River 1952
1:14:09: Damage to land below sugar factory caused by Spanish Fork River 1952
1:14:10: Channel cut near Brookside caused by flooding of Spanish Fork River 1952
1:14:11: Damage to Spanish Fork River bottoms near Salem 1952
1:14:12: Backyard recreational area of Brookside damaged by Spanish Fork River flooding 1952
1:14:13: Damage to land below mouth of Spanish Fork Canyon 1952
1:14:14: Damage to cottonwood trees lining Hobble Creek 1952
1:14:15: Damage to farmland along Spanish Fork River 1952

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Flood Damage From Hobble Creek and Spanish Fork River Flooding of Area Near Utah Taken by Region 6 photographer, Mr. Lang. Information on the taking of the photographs included, June 1952
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1:15:01: Aerial photograph of Provo Bay with Provo Airport 1952
1:15:02: Farm field east of Springville covered with gravel from Hobble Creek floods 1952
1:15:03: Farm field below sugar factory covered with sand and debris from Spanish Fork River 1952
1:15:04: Canal damaged by Spanish Fork River 1952
1:15:05: Damage to a farm near Spanish Fork River 1952
1:15:06–08: Land damaged by Spanish Fork River 1952
1:15:09: Aerial view of farmstead flooded by Provo Bay 1952
1:15:10: Aerial view of farmstead surrounded by Utah Lake 1952
1:15:11: Aerial view of farmstead surrounded by Utah Lake. Horses still in corral 1952
1:15:12: Gravel covering land caused by Hobble Creek flooding 1952
1:15:13: Aerial view of Provo Bay, Utah Lake, and Spanish Fork River 1952
1:15:14: Aerial view of land flooded by Hobble Creek 1952
1:15:15: Aerial view of Springville showing path of Hobble Creek flooding 1952
1:15:16: Aerial view of farm land damaged by Spanish Fork River 1952
1:15:17: Aerial view of farm land covered by sand from Spanish Fork River 1952
1:15:18: Aerial view of damage caused by flooding of the Strawberry River to area around Strawberry Highline Canal 1952
1:15:19: Spanish Fork River Flooding 1952
1:15:20: Aerial view of damage to farm land 1952

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Flood Damage From Hobble Creek and Spanish Fork River Flooding of Area Near Utah Taken by Region 6 photographer, Mr. Lang, June 1952
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1:16:01–03: Aerial views of Provo Bay 1952
1:16:04: Hobble Creek at flood stage. Destruction of a cherry orchard 1952
1:16:05: Destruction of land near sugar factory caused by Spanish Fork River 1952
1:16:06: Destruction of farm land caused by Spanish Fork River 1952
1:16:07: Hobble Creek flood damage to a alfalfa field 1952

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Irrigation Photographs from the Western United States, 1920-1967
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1:17:01: Concrete lined canal in New Mexico constructed in the 1920's 1952
1:17:02: A irrigation ditch eroded and filled with weeds 1920-1967
1:17:03: Diversion Dam in Colorado 19220-1967
1:17:04: Wooden head gate diversion structure from a canal into a lateral 1920-1967
1:17:05: Western rock crib diversion weir 1920-1967
1:17:06: Temporary rock crib structure used as a diversion weir to raise the level of the water 1920-1967

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Irrigation Imperial Valley, Arizona, Nevada, Northwest, Flumes. With some description of pictures, 1945
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1:18:01: "Deepening of furrows at upper end of potato field." 1945-1947
1:18:02: "Severe erosion near pipeline and deposition on lower end of runs 400-feet long on a 0.02 slope." 1945-1947
1:18:03: "Excessive tail water from furrows and concentration of waste water caused heavy damage to potato row ends." 1945-1947
1:18:04: Erosion on potatoes and a field ready to receive water 1945-1947
1:18:05: "Erosion near the pipe line in a field of potatoes." 1945-1947
1:18:06: "Excessive furrow erosion on upper end of 400-foot runs on a flat slope." 1945-1947
1:18:07: "Excessive erosion caused deep furrows which left the rows high and dry." 1945-1947
1:18:08: Petan Ranch. By GR McDole. Elko, Nevada May 19, 1947
1:18:09-10: Petan Land and Cattle Company. Mitcham unit. By GR McDole. Elko, Nevada May 19, 1947
1:18:11-12: Petan Land and Cattle Company. S.L. unit. By GR McDole. Elko, Nevada May 19, 1947
1:18:13: Land properly prepared and irrigated with expected barley crop. Imperial County, California. By Branstead 1945-1947
1:18:14: Land properly prepared and irrigated with expected alfalfa crop. Imperial County, California. By Branstead 1945-1947
1:18:15: Irrigation of row crop carrots. Imperial County, California. By Branstead 19451947
1:18:16: Water is distributed in ponds causing alkali soil. Imperial County, California. By Branstead 1945-1947
1:18:17-20: Flax, melons, tomatoes, and other crops in fields. Imperial County, California. By Branstead 1945-1947

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Irrigation Imperial Valley, Arizona, Nevada, Northwest, Flumes, 1945-1946
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1:19:01: Orchard in a irrigation field. Imperial County, California. By Branstead 1945
1:19:02: Hereford and Brahma bull in a pasture. Imperial County, California. By Branstead 1945
1:19:03: Bare lower field. Imperial County, California. By Branstead 1945
1:19:04: Water ponds because of poor irrigation. Imperial County, California. By Branstead 1945
1:19:05-06: Alkali soil on farm land. Imperial County, California. By Branstead 1945
1:19:07: Improved alkali soil on farm land. Imperial County, California. By Branstead 1945
1:19:08: Drains to lower water table. Imperial County, California. By Branstead 1945
1:19:09: Tile lines to lower water table. Imperial County, California. By Branstead 1945
1:19:10: Square check method of irrigating walnut orchard. Santa Clara County, California. Gus A. Bertlow property. By Dale L. Swartz July 8, 1946
1:19:11-13: Miscellaneous: An eroded California hill 1945
1:19:14: A 40-acre contour of irrigated potato field. Stanley Loosli farm. Freemont, Idaho 1945
1:19:15: Arial photograph of Lytle Creek spreading system, San Bernardino, California 1945

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Irrigation Field Trials – Fort Collins, Colorado, Texas, and California. Taken by Dean W. Bloodgood. Includes descriptions of some photographs, 1945-1953
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1:20:01-03: Installations and double ring tanks at Fort Collins for determining methods of measuring seepage losses from canals 1945-1953
1:20:04: Engine used to pump water for rice irrigation from Lavaca River near Edna, Texas to Lee Farm owned by Harrison Stafford 1945-1953
1:20:05: Concrete check on Oyster Creek near DeWalt September 16, 1947
1:20:06: A 10-inch main line Sparling meter used for measuring well water on the JD Wood rice farm. Brookshire, Texas July 10, 1947
1:20:07: Engine used to pump water for rice irrigation from Lavaca River near Edna, Texas to Lee Farm owned by Harrison Stafford
Duplicate of 1:20:04.
1945-1953
1:20:08: A 10-inch main line Sparling meter used for measuring well water on the JD Wood rice farm. Brookshire, Texas
Duplicate of 1:20:06.
July 10, 1947
1:20:09: Two plants owned by Gulf Coastal Irrigation Company pump water from irrigation lands on the Colorado River near Bay City, Texas September 18, 1947
1:20:10: A 48-inch Byron-Jackson pump impeller abandoned because of wear by sediment from Colorado River September 18, 1947
1:20:11: American Irrigation Company canals showing banks and bottom. Alvin area, Texas August 26, 1947
1:20:12: Pumping plant to pump water from Colorado River to irrigate rice in Bay City, Texas September 18, 1947
1:20:13: Field with metal round devices 1945-1953
1:20:14: Lower side of concrete drop and check on Oyster Creek. Car on bridge. Rice irrigation September 16, 1947
1:20:15: Concrete check on Oyster Creek near DeWalt
Duplicate of 1:20:05
September 16, 1947
1:20:16: Two plants owned by Gulf Coastal Irrigation Company pump water from irrigation lands on the Colorado River near Bay City, Texas
Duplicate of 1:20:09.
September 18, 1947
1:20:17: Irrigation canal south of Fig Ridge and Stonewell. Used for rice irrigation September 17, 1947
1:20:18: Oyster Creek above a check near the second lift pumping plant of the American Irrigation Company September 16, 1947
1:20:19: A 48-inch Byron-Jackson pump impeller at lower Gulf Coastal Irrigation Company pumping plant with sediment and cavitation September 18, 1947
1:20:20: A 10-inch main line Sparling meter to measure well water at JD Wood rice farm. Brookshire, Texas July 10, 1947

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Irrigation Field Trials – Fort Collins, Colorado, Texas, and California. Taken by Dean W. Bloodgood, 1945-1953
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2:01:01: Pumping plant to pump water from Colorado River to irrigate rice in Bay City, Texas
Duplicate of 1:20:12.
September 18, 1947
2:01:02: A 48-inch Byron-Jackson pump impeller worn by sediment from Colorado River September 18, 1947
2:01:03: A 48-inch Byron-Jackson pump impeller at lower Gulf Coastal Irrigation Company pumping plant with sediment and cavitation
Duplicate of 1:20:19.
September 18, 1947
2:01:04: A canal of the American Irrigation Company showing slopes of banks and vegetative growth September 18, 1947
2:01:05: A 48-inch Byron-Jackson pump impeller worn by sediment September 18, 1947
2:01:06: Second pumping limit of American Irrigation Company August 7, 1947
2:01:07: A 10-inch main line Sparling meter to measure well water at JD Wood rice farm. Brookshire, Texas
Duplicate of 1:20:20.
July 10, 1947
2:01:08: Pumping plant number 5 or 6 on the Raw Wood Rick farm southeast of Hockley, Texas September 16, 1947
2:01:09: A 48-inch Byron-Jackson pump impeller worn by sediment from Colorado River and cavitation action September 18, 1947
2:01:10: Lower side of concrete drop and check on Oyster Creek. Car on bridge. Rice irrigation
Duplicate of 1:20:14.
September 16, 1947
2:01:11: A 10-inch main line Sparling meter used for measuring well water on the JD Wood rice farm. Two men examining line. Brookshire, Texas
2:01:12: Concrete check on Oyster Creek near second lift pumping plant September 16, 1947
2:01:13: A canal of the American Irrigation Company showing slopes of banks and vegetative growth
Duplicate of 2:01:04.
September 18, 1947
2:01:14: Pumping plant number 5 or 6 on the Raw Wood Rick farm southeast of Hockley, Texas
Duplicate of 2:01:08.
September 16, 1947
2:01:15: Second pumping limit of American Irrigation Company
Duplicate of 2:01:06.
August 7, 1947
2:01:16: Concrete check on Oyster Creek near second lift pumping plant. September 16, 1947
Duplicate of 2:01:12.
September 16, 1947
2:01:17: Irrigation canal south of Fig Ridge and Stonewell. Used for rice irrigation
Duplicate of 1:20:17.
September 17, 1947
2:01:18: A 10-inch main line Sparling meter used for measuring well water on the JD Wood rice farm. Two men examining line. Brookshire, Texas
Duplicate of 2:01:11.
July 10, 1947
2:01:19: A 48-inch Byron-Jackson pump impeller abandoned because of wear by sediment from Colorado River
Duplicate of 1:20:10.
September 18, 1947
2:01:20: A 48-inch Byron-Jackson pump impeller worn by sediment from Colorado River and cavitation action
Duplicate of 2:01:09.
September 18, 1947

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Irrigation Field Trials – Fort Collins, Colorado, Texas, and California, 1945-1953
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2:02:01-04: Lettuce growing at experimental substation. At different slopes. Weslaco, Texas December 12, 1951
2:02:05: Lettuce harvest with crates. Weslaco, Texas December 1951
2:02:06-07: Lettuce at maturity, ready to be harvested. Weslaco, Texas December 1951
2:02:08: Lettuce harvest with man sitting on crate 1945-1953
2:02:09-10: Lettuce harvest with lettuce in crates 1945-1953
2:02:11: Irrigating alfalfa at Garrett Ranch. Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas November 15, 1951
2:02:12: Irrigating Harding grass plot. Garrett Ranch. Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas 1945-1953
2:02:13: Irrigating Rhodes grass plot. Garrett Ranch. Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas 1945-1953
2:02:14: Irrigating cotton plots. Oats used for soil conditioning. Garrett Ranch - Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas 1951
2:02:15: Alfalfa planted in Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas
Planted in November 1951 and the photo was taken January 29, 1952
November 1951 and January 29, 1952
2:02:16: HJ Garrett Ranch - Las Paloma grass. Irrigation equipment plots planted with alfalfa. Cowboy hat poking out of crops. Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas 1945-1953
2:02:17-18: Rhodes grass and Hubam clover - Garrett Ranch in Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas
Planted in November 1951 and the photo was taken January 29, 1952
1945-1953
2:02:19: Harding grass - Cowboy hat poking out of crops - Garrett Ranch - Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas
Planted on November 15, 1951 and the photo was taken January 29, 1952
1945-1953
2:02:20: Water stage recorder and Parshall flume installation - Garrett Ranch - Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas 1945-1953
2:02:21: Parshall flume water stage recorder installation - Garrett Ranch - Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas 1945-1953
2:02:22: Check of building blocks. Man kneeling to examine - Garrett Ranch - Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas 1945-1953
2:02:23-24: Furrow Irrigation - Garrett Ranch. Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas 1945-1953

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Methods of Dam Construction and Repair Snake and Boise Rivers and Angostura Project, South Dakota. Contains a description of the photographs, 1900's
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2:03:01: Preparing bed and forms for concrete lining on large canal in Idaho 1920-1967
2:03:02: Snake River in Idaho and temporary diversion structures 1920-1967
2:03:03: Repairing a break in a large canal 1920-1967
2:03:04: Finishing the lining of a large canal 1920-1967
2:03:05: Repairing a canal break and preparing subgrade for new section 1920-1967
2:03:06: Preparing the subgrade 1920-1967
2:03:07: Large dragline used for maintenance of a large canal 1920-1967
2:03:08: Modern diversion on the Angostura Project in South Dakota 1920-1967

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Irrigation Field Trails – Nevada, Utah, Washington D.C., Florida, 1945-1953
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2:04:01-15: Machines used for irrigation 1945-1953
2:04:16: Hand digging a irrigation ditch 1945-1953
2:04:17: A tractor clearing sagebrush land 1945-1953

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Irrigation Field Trails – Nevada, Utah, Washington D.C., Florida, 1945-1953
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2:05:01-04: Row flood irrigation 1945-1953
2:05:05: Concrete dam irrigation 1945-1953
2:05:06-07: Panoramic view of SL unit before development - Petan Land and Cattle Company - Elko, Nevada. Taken by GR McDole May 19, 1947
2:05:08: Diagram of water percolation rate in inches per hour under 3 types of management 1945-1953
2:05:09-12: Diagrams of water percolation rates in lettuce field with yellow and normal lettuce. Examples of yellow and normal lettuce 1945-1953

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Miscellaneous Irrigation and Soil Conservation Newspaper Articles and Map of the United States Showing Location of Drained Agricultural Lands:, 1950
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Miscellaneous Irrigation, Soil Conservation, Snow Machines, 1950-1951
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2:07:01: Tracks made by a pickup truck in soil 1950-1951
2:07:02: Rubber tire tracks on a cotton field May 23, 1951
2:07:03-06: Irrigation rows, crops 1950-1951
2:07:07: Man pointing to a barren spot of ground in a field 1950-1951
2:07:08: Holes in a barren field 1950-1951
2:07:09: Patterned tracks in a field. With a stick in the ground 1950-1951
2:07:10: Crops growing in a field 1950-1951
2:07:11-15: Snow cats, snow machinery, skiing, stream and trees in mountains 1950-1951
2:07:16-19: Small dam irrigation area
2:07:18 is a Duplicate of 1:03:01 and 2:07:19 is a Duplicate of 1:03:14.
1950-1951
2:07:20-23: Irrigation area, harvesting machines, experimental plot of the Madera unit of the San Joaquin Valley 1950-1951

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Choanocyte Copper Company, Rollout of the First Production Minuteman at AF Plant 77 (Gov. Clyde speaks), April 12, 1962
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2:08:01: Military, industrial, and civic leaders arrive to view the event 1962
2:08:02: George Clyde, government, and military officials responsible for the project view the missile 1962
2:08:03: George Clyde speaking at the ceremony 1962
2:08:04: Rolling out the missile while those in attendance watch 1962
2:08:05: George Clyde and other officials stand in front of missile just rolled outside 1962

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Oversnow Machines, Utah Snowmobile, 1939-1945
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2:09:01-23: Snow machines, equipment, trees in snow 1939-1945

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Research Division, Logan, Utah. Floods, Snow Irrigation, 1948-1951
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2:10:01: Field flooding 1948-1951
2:10:02: Field flooding. Man holding a shovel 1948-1951
2:10:03: Water flowing through a irrigation ditch 1948-1951
2:10:04-05: Water flowing through irrigation rows 1948-1951
2:10:06: Vanport, Oregon after the flood of the Columbia River, 1948 1948
2:10:07: Rescue workers at Vanport, Oregon flood, 1948 Taken by Alan J. deLay of The Oregonian newspaper 1948
2:10:08: Flooded agricultural land along the Columbia River, Portland, Oregon 1948-1951
2:10:09: Snow melt in mountains 1948-1951
2:10:10-11: Trees, mountains, and skiing in snow 1948-1951
2:10:12: Weighing the sample to determine snow level 1948-1951
2:10:13–20: Snow with trees and shadows 1948-1951

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Research Division, Logan, Utah. Floods, Snow Irrigation, 1948-1951
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2:11:01-06: Trees, shadows, mountains, and tracks in the snow 1948-1951

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Snow Course (Book 1). "Gooseberry and Tony Grove." Miscellaneous part of Research, 1923-1953
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2:12:01-25: Snow runoff drainage, measuring snow depths, skiing, Tony Grove ranger area, tracks, trees, and mountains in the snow, snow measuring devices, vehicles in the snow 1923-1953

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Snow Course (Book 1). "Gooseberry and Tony Grove." Miscellaneous part of Research, 1923-1953
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2:13:01-20: Snow runoff drainage, measuring snow depths, skiing, Tony Grove ranger area, tracks, trees, and mountains in the snow, snow measuring devices, vehicles in the snow 1923-1953

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Snow Course (Book 1). "Gooseberry and Tony Grove." Miscellaneous part of Research, 1923-1953
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2:14:01-21: Snow runoff drainage, measuring snow depths, skiing, Tony Grove ranger area, tracks, trees, and mountains in the snow, snow measuring devices, vehicles in the snow 1923-1953

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Snow Course (Book 1). "Gooseberry and Tony Grove." Miscellaneous part of Research, 1923-1953
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2:15:01-11: Snow runoff drainage, measuring snow depths, skiing, Tony Grove ranger area, tracks, trees, and mountains in the snow, snow measuring devices, vehicles in the snow 1923-1953

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Snow Course (Book 2). Field Snow Surveys (Snow Scenes), 1923-1953
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2:16:01-20: Man examining snow depth measuring equipment, measuring snow depth, tracks, trees, mountains, buildings, and skiing in the snow, Tony Grove ranger station 1923-1953

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Snow Course (Book 2). Field Snow Surveys (Snow Scenes), 1923-1953
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2:17:01-20: Man examining snow depth measuring equipment, measuring snow depth, tracks, trees, mountains, buildings, and skiing in the snow, Tony Grove ranger station 1923-1953

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Snow Course (Book 2). Field Snow Surveys (Snow Scenes), 1923-1953
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2:18:01–20: Man examining snow depth measuring equipment, measuring snow depth, tracks, trees, mountains, buildings, and skiing in the snow, Tony Grove ranger station 1923-1953

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Snow Course (Book 2). Field Snow Surveys (Snow Scenes), 1923-1953
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2:19:01–20: Man examining snow depth measuring equipment, measuring snow depth, tracks, trees, mountains, buildings, and skiing in the snow, Tony Grove ranger station 1923-1953

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Snow Course (Book 2). Field Snow Surveys (Snow Scenes), 1923-1953
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2:20:01–22: Man examining snow depth measuring equipment, measuring snow depth, tracks, trees, mountains, buildings, and skiing in the snow, Tony Grove ranger station 1923-1953

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Snowmobile: Research Stream Flow Forecasting and Clyde Letters (Book 1), 1923-1953
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2:21:01–20: Snow cats, snowmobiles, buildings and trees in snow. Bear River range and possibly Monte Cristo, Weber County 1923-1953

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Snowmobile: Research Stream Flow Forecasting and Clyde Letters (Book 1), 1923-1953
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3:01:01–21: Snow cats, snowmobiles, buildings and trees in snow. Bear River range and possibly Monte Cristo, Weber County 1923-1953

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Snowmobile: Research Stream Flow Forecasting and Clyde Letters (Book 1), 1923-1953
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3:02:01–09: Snow cats, snowmobiles, buildings and trees in snow. Bear River range and possibly Monte Cristo, Weber County 1923-1953

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Snowmobile Research: Development of Utah Snowmobile. (Book 2), 1923-1953
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3:03:01–20: Snow cats, snowmobiles, buildings in snow 1923-1953

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Snowmobile Research: Development of Utah Snowmobile. (Book 2), 1923-1953
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03:04:01–10: Snow cats, snowmobiles, buildings in snow 1923-1953

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Snowmobile Research: Development of Utah Snowmobile. (Book 2), 1920-1967
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03:05:01–10: Snow cats, snowmobiles, buildings in snow 1920-1967

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Miscellaneous. American Society of Agricultural Engineers. Some at Kellogg Center, Michigan State University. Others in Japan, 1963-1967
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03:06:01: George Dewey Clyde Speaking February 22, 1967
03:06:02–03: American Society of Agricultural Engineers Conference 1967
03:06:04: Meeting with Minister of Home Affairs Takashi Hayakawa. Japan October 14, 1963
03:06:05: Meeting with Minister of Foreign Affairs Masayoshi Ohira - Japan October 14, 1963
03:06:06: Matsamoto Chambers of Commerce - Flower Flag - Japan October 1963
03:06:07: United States Governors delegation with soldier statute - Totoba City, Japan Fall 1963
03:06:08: George Dewey Clyde signed picture with architectural blue prints at construction site 1963-1967

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Miscellaneous. Pictures of Groups of People, 1920-1967
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03:07:01: George Dewey Clyde in his office 1920-1967
03:07:02: George Dewey Clyde in his office with colleague 1920-1967
03:07:03–04: Dinner meeting 1920-1967
03:07:05: Group of people. Bureau of Reclamation - Boulder City, Nevada 1920-1967
03:07:06: Group of people. Possibly Washington, DC. Taken by F. Clyde Wilkinson of Arlington, Virginia 1920-1967
03:07:07: Group of people. Taken by Dewey Moore of Riverside, California 1920-1967
03:07:08: Group of people with engineering equipment in front of Old Main, Utah State University 1920-1967
03:07:09–10: Group of people standing in front of ivy covered buildings 1920-1967

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Snow Survey Aerial Views, 1920/1967
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03:08:01–17: Aerial views of mountains in snow and of valleys 1920-1967

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Rafting trip - Skiing - Dam construction, 1920-1967
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04:01: Men skiing on mountain 1920-1967
04:02: Irrigation dam and reservoir - Taylor Park. Gunnison National Forest, Colorado 1920-1967
04:03: Skiing - Spring Hollow - Near Alpine Cattle Pasture and Philadelphia Flat 1920-1967
04:04-08: Trees and people in snow. Taken by Bert V. Allen 1920-1967
04:09: Man skiing in snow - Print name "Sandra." Taken by Bert V. Allen. For Utah State Agricultural College photography department 1920-1967
04:10: Man snowshoeing. Taken by Bert V. Allen 1920-1967
04:11: Colorado River rafting trip - Group of Men and George Clyde. Taken by James W. Brimhall June 1954
04:12: Close up of George Clyde rafting the Colorado River. Taken by James W. Brimhall June 1954
04:13-16: George Clyde rafting the Colorado River with friends. Taken by James W. Brimhall June 1954
04:17: Landscape of Colorado River - Scenery of river 1920-1967
04:18: Dam construction 1920-1967

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Mountain Scenery - Logan, Tony Grove, and Franklin Basin, 1920-1967
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05:01: City Dam June 8, 1927
05:02: Ricks Spring June 8, 1927
05:03: State Dam June 8, 1927
05:04: Logan Cove April 27, 1927
05:05: Snow on mountain April 27, 1927
05:06: Logan River - Spring runoff June 8, 1927
05:07: Logan Cove April 27, 1927
05:08: Logan Cave - Water flowing April 27, 1927
05:09: Logan Cave looking South April 27, 1927
05:10-11: Mountain scenery. Snow on distant mountains June 4, 1927
05:12: Mountain scenery. Snow on distant mountains April 27, 1927
05:13: Measuring Logan River at Peterson's Camp April 27, 1927
05:14-18: Young men camping at Tony Grove Ranger Station 1920-1967
05:19-29: Men measuring snow depth - Possibly Tony Grove 1920-1967
05:30-39: Men at Tony Grove and Franklin Basin Ranger Stations. Snowshoeing 1920-1967
05:40: Temple Fork and Spawn Creeks April 9, 1924
05:41: Junction of Spawn Creek and Temple Fork April 9, 1924
05:42: Mud Flat Cabin April 9, 1924
05:43: Evergreen trees with snow April 3, 1926
05:44: Three men at water spring. Springhollow 1925
05:45: Tracks in snow 1920-1967
05:46: Flats at head of Logan River April 7, 1924
05:47: Franklin Basin Ranger Station. Men with snowshoes 1924
05:48: Possibly Tony Grove 1924
05:49: Fence around Tony Grove Cabin April 8, 1924
05:50: Near Mud Flat. Tracks in snow 1920-1967
05:51: Upper portion of Maple Creek April 6, 1924
05:52: Saw Mill Flat on Maple Creek April 6, 1924
05:53: Head of Maple Creek where trail goes over ridge April 6, 1924
05:54: Man skiing April 1924
05:55: Tony Grove Lake Course April 8, 1924
05:56: Two men traveling on the crust (of the lake?) Tony Grove to Mud Flat 1920-1967
05:57: Mountain ridge between Temple Fork and Mud Flat April 9, 1924
05:58: Dry land snowshoeing and picnic - Junction of Temple Fork and Spawn Creek April 9, 1924
05:59: Mud Flat Ranger Station April 9, 1924
05:60: Mud Flat mountain ridge April 1924
05:61: Head of Klondike Creek. South of Franklin Basin April 7, 1924
05:62: Mud Flat Ranger Station course. Tracks in the snow April 9, 1924
05:63: Tony Grove Lake April 1924
05:64: Franklin Basin covered in snow April 7, 1924
05:65: Two men with snow towering above them. Franklin Basin cabin April 7, 1924
05:66: Head of Maple Creek. Men skiing over hill April 6, 1924
05:67: Old saw mill on Maple Creek April 6, 1924
05:68: Mountain ridge between Tony Grove and Spawn Creeks April 8, 1924
05:69: Temple Fork and Mud Flat Ridge April 10, 1925
05:70–72: Tracks and fences in snow - Man walking in snow 1920-1967
05:73-74: Mountain ridge between Temple Fork and Mud Flat April 9, 1924 and April 10, 1925
05:75: Mountains and trees in snow 1920-1967
05:76: Mud Flat Ranger Station (Cabin). Man with snow tube April 9, 1924
05:77: Mud Flat Ranger Station (Cabin) April 10, 1925
05:78: Mud Flat Ranger Station (Cabin) - In distance 1920-1967
05:79: Man cleaning up outside of Tony Grove Ranger Station April 8, 1924
05:80: Fence around Tony Grove Station with snowshoes propped on it April 9, 1924
05:81: Tony Grove Ranger Station after snow melted April 11, 1926
05:82–86: Tony Grove Ranger Station 1920-1967
05:87: Flats near Tony Grove Lake April 8, 1924
05:88: Mountain ridge near Tony Grove Lake April 10, 1925
05:89: Pine trees in mountains 1920-1967
05:90: Les Bowen skiing near sheep corrals on Klondyke Creek April 7, 1924
05:91: Sheep corral in Klondyke April 8, 1925
05:92: Men resting from snowshoeing 1920-1967
05:93: Mountains in snow 1920-1967
05:94: Looking along pole line from mountain ridge between Temple Fork and Mud Flat April 9, 1924
05:95: Looking along pole line between Temple Fork and Mud Flat April 10, 1925
05:96: Skiing near Sheep Corral. Klondyke April 8, 1925
05:97: Snow melting near Mud Flat April 10, 1925
05:98: Temple Fork near Mud Flat Ridge 1920-1967
05:99: Snow near Mud Flat mountain ridge April 10, 1925
05:100: Tony Grove Lake Course April 9, 1925
05:101: Trail at head of Maple Creek, Idaho April 7, 1925
05:102: Fence in snow. Mud Flat April 10, 1925
05:103: Mount Logan April 1925
05:104: Upper Stake April 1925
05:105: Spring Hollow April 1925
05:106: (Water?) gage on Klondyke Creek November 14, 1925
05:107: Pine trees. Spring Hollow January 3, 1925
05:108: Men walking on Spring Hollow Trail 1925
05:109: Steam Mill Hollow November 1925
05:110-111: Mud Flat Ranger Station and Ridge - Chadwick and George Clyde April 1925
05:112: Chadwick and George Clyde at Sheep Corral 1925
05:113-121: Mud Flat, Tony Grove Lake, Maple Creek. Men skiing 1925
05:122-137: Blasting snow. Spring Hollow, Logan Canyon. May 1925 and May 1926 May 1925 and May 1926
05:138-164: Snowshoeing - Upper Stake, Tony Grove, Mt. Logan Trail, and Mud Flat - George Clyde in some pictures 1925
05:165: Rain Gage. Wellsville Peak 1925
05:166: Upper Stake. Pine trees in snow 1926
05:167: Man standing on Wellsville Peak 1925
05:168: Snowshoeing near Peterson's Spring April 11, 1926
05:169: Digging for water at Franklin Basin April 10, 1926
05:170: Men at mouth of Beaver Creek April 11, 1926
05:171: Spring on Maple Creek April 10, 1926
05:172: Mountain ridge between Temple Fork and Mud Flat April 9, 1924
05:173-174: Men standing in front of buildings 1920-1967
05:175: Rick's (Dry) Spring November 1925
05:176: Mountain ridge near Spawn Creek April 9, 1924
05:177: Men with snowshoes. Includes George Clyde April 1925
05:178: Snowshoeing at Tony Grove Lake April 1925
05:179: Tony Grove Creek April 1925
05:180: Tony Grove Ranger Station. George Clyde and Chadwick April 1925
05:181: Bringing water to Tony Grove Station (Cabin) April 8, 1924
05:182-192: Men climbing and snow at Mt. Logan and Spring Hollow 1920-1967
05:193-201: Maple Creek locations April 10, 1926
05:202: Peterson Creek on Klondyke 1920-1967
05:203-208: Mountains in snow 1920-1967
05:209-219: Franklin Basin including Ranger Station April 10, 1926
05:220-238: Tony Grove Canyon and Lake April 11-12, 1926
05:239-250: Mud Flat Ridge locations April 13, 1926
05:251-253: Tony Grove Ranger Station April 1926
05:254: Franklin Basin sign in snow by Idaho line 1920-1967
05:255: Bridge in snow 1920-1967
05:256-265: Bear Sinks Area April 13, 1926
05:266-293: Measuring snow depth, snow pack rulers, snowshoeing 1920-1967
05:294-306: Snowshoeing, keeping house in the Tony Grove Ranger Station 1920-1967
05:307: Willow Creek upper diversion - Sanpete County 1920-1967
05:308-309: Manti City diversion March 22, 1926
05:310: Willow Creek divider 1920-1967
05:311: Manti City diversion 1920-1967
05:312: Burnham submerged - Monroe South Bend Canal 1920-1967
05:313: Spillway Manti gravel control 1920-1967
05:314: Manti City upper diversion - Manti Creek 1920-1967
05:315-320: Panquitch Lake area 1920-1967
05:321: Mary's Nipple from mouth of 12 mile March 23, 1926
05:322: Shingle Creek Course March 23, 1926
05:323: Panquitch Lake April 3, 1926
05:324–326: Panquitch Lake Snow Course. April 3, 1926 April 3, 1926

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Glen Canyon, Joes Valley, Flaming Gorge Dam Dedications, 1920-1967
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06:01: Glen Canyon Dam. Ariel photo. Page, Arizona. Colorado River 1920-1967
06:02: Glen Canyon Dam First Concrete Ceremony with plaque. George Clyde and area governors and officials 1920-1967
06:03: Governor Clyde at dedication of Kanab–Glen Canyon Highway 1958
06:04: Cutting chain opening. Glen Canyon Bridge 1959
06:05: Joes Valley Dam. Emery county, Utah. Upper Colorado River 1920-1967
06:06: Governor George Clyde at groundbreaking of Joes Valley Dam. Emery county, Utah. Upper Colorado River 1920-1967
06:07: Flaming Gorge Dam. Daggett, County, Utah. Upper Colorado River 1920-1967.\
06:08: Governor George Clyde speaking at dedication of Flaming Gorge Dam 1964
06:09: Possibly Governor George Clyde taking a picture 1920-1967
06:10: Governor George Clyde at a construction site holding architectural blueprints 1920-1967

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Subjects

  • Personal Names :
  • Clyde, George D.--Photographs.

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