Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
These records of the Montana Attorney General's Office consist of interoffice correspondence (1969-1978); general correspondence (1963-1966) arranged by correspondent and subject, including dockets and informal opinions; annual reports (1973-1977) of tax-exempt private foundations; speeches; and miscellany. (Reel-to-reel tapes transferred to Oral History)
Boise State University - Albertsons Library
Minutes, reports, and miscellaneous publications from the Pacific Northwest River Basins Commission, dating mostly from the first half of the 1970's.
Maine Historical Society
Correspondence, documents, account books, and photographs of the company and its affiliated companies -- Includes correspondence relating to a 1939 court case: Cumberland County Power and Light Co. vs. J.G. Deering & Son, involving a dispute over rights of using the Saco River for power purposes vs. using the river for log driving; logbook of Asa Cunningham, woods and river drive boss; documents of 1901 court case: George Demers vs. Frank C. Deering, involving suit for damages by Dewers, an employee of Deering who had an accident; and White Pine on the Saco River : An Oral History of River Driving in Southern Maine (1993), by Michael P. Chaney, presenting a good history of the company
University of Texas at El Paso
Consists of selected records of the International Boundary and Water Commission relating to various projects and activities in the United States and Mexico. Materials include proceedings, journals, minutes, brochures, maps, reports, photographs, and press releases. Subjects covered include the Rio Grande, Tijuana, and Colorado Rivers, the Chamizal, the Amistad Dam, and water rights along the United States-Mexico border. Some materials are in Spanish. Record dates range from 1848 to 1976
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Administrative records, correspondence, minutes, general accounts, property records, ledgers, cash, and balance books, financial statements, bills and notes, production records, accident reports, and miscellaneous records, documenting all aspects of the company, Lonsdale Water Power Company, Lincoln Bleachery and Dye Works (at one time called Lonsdale Bleachery and Dye Works), and its other affiliated companies
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, pictures, and other papers of Joseph Bean Tappan (1858-1933), of Flagstaff, Ariz., relate to his activities as a sheep rancher and mine developer in La Paz County, Ariz., his battles over water rights, and his family in Gilmanton, N.H., including correspondence of his mother, Ursula Bean Tappan, and scrapbook of essays, poetry, and genealogy of the Bean and Tappan families prepared by her. Correspondence, clippings, pictures, and other papers, of Tappan's wife, Laura Fulton Tappan (1849-1933), relate to her career as a kindergarten teacher at Flagstaff, Ariz., and to members of her family, the Fultons and Howards, in Flagstaff, Baltimore, Md., and Zanesville, Ohio. Correspondence, clippings, and photos, of their daughter, Edith Tappan Devine Thomason (1891-1943), concern her first husband, Vincent Montgomery Devine, her management of a cotton-citrus ranch in Phoenix, Ariz., after his death, and a pet pony, and include letters and clippings of Sharlot Hall (1870-1943), ... Read More
California State Library - California History Room
Boxes 2793-2805: files; Box 2806: construction specifications & legal papers; Box 2807: checks, receipts, account statements & legal papers; Boxes 2808-2809: files; Boxes 2810-2811: notebooks & statistics
Massachusetts Historical Society
Legal report of research conducted by lawyer Benjamin Whitman on the ownership rights of Boston's Town Dock. The report to the Boston Board of Selectmen, dated 19 Nov. 1818, details the ownership of the dock and abutting land from ca. 1641-1818, as described in various town documents
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains materials relating to Bashore's work as an engineer, including subject files on reclamation projects on the Colorado River Basin and the Missouri River Basin, the Bureau of Reclamation, the National Reclamation Association, and the India-Pakistan water dispute (1938-1965); reports by Bashore on water reclamation and irrigation in Israel and the Colorado River Basin (1943-1968); miscellaneous maps (1943-1968); correspondence (1940-1965); newspaper clippings (1938-1953); and 3 78 rpm phonograph records on Boulder Dam, renamed the Hoover Dam in 1947, entitled "Man is a Giant.".
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains materials relating to Homer's livestock operations, including daybooks, account books, a ledger, sheep tallies, 4 items of correspondence and miscellaneous other materials for Sargent and Homer (1873-1888); a journal for Sargent, Homer and Evans (1883-1888); and a blueprint of land holdings, articles of incorporation and miscellaneous other materials for the Red Buttes Land and Livestock Company (1888-1925); materials relating to a 1912 water rights lawsuit between the Red Buttes Land and Livestock Company and James Van Buskirk, who ranched south of the Flag Ranch; photographs of the Flag Ranch, Robert Homer and his wife Belle Stuart Homer; a genealogical chart of the Homer family; and miscellaneous materials for the ranch company of Judson, Sutphin & Company, in which Homer held interest


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