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"The Party" about to embark for trip through Boulder Canyon
Lippincott, Joseph Barlow, 1864-1942
Date Created and/or Issued
1925 December 5-1925 December 12
Contributing Institution
UC Riverside, Library, Water Resources Collections and Archives
Joseph Barlow Lippincott papers
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Scope/Content: Members of a water resources consulting committee (F. E. Bonner, A. J. Cleary, G. A. Elliot, B. A. Etcheverry, F. C. Herrmann, Louis C. Hill, W. L. Huber, A. Kempkey, J. B. Lippincott, William Mulholland, and C.S. Ridley) prepare to embark on trip down the Colorado river, through Boulder Canyon, with representatives of the City of Los Angeles (William Mulholland, H. A. Van Norman, E. A. Bayley, H. C. Gardett, and S. Parratt) and the State of California (Paul Bailey and Gerald Jones).
Technique: Scanned using a Sinar x view camera with Schneider APO-Componon 150mm lens and Better Light Super 8K-2 digital scanning camera insert, 8-bit RGB at 800 ppi.
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Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
River surveys
Water resources development--Colorado River Valley (Colo.-Mexico)
Boulder Canyon Project (U.S.)
Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
Boulder Canyon (Colo.)
Western Waters Digital Library
Donated to the Water Resources Collections & Archives by Kenneth Q. Volk and Bette Volk of Los Angeles, 1967.
Box 72

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