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A horse and buggy next to a fence line dividing irrigated land from desert below Yuma, Arizona.
Mud formations on the banks of the Colorado River, near Black Canyon.
The Colorado River below Big Bend, on the border between Califonia and Arizona.
The construction of the Laguna Dam on the Colorado River.
A potential dam site (possibly for the Parker Dam) below the Bill Williams Fork on the Colorado River.
A water gate on the Ludy Canal.
A rock formation, called "The Temple," along the shore of the Colorado River.
A house near the Imperial Canal system.
An unidentified group of men harvesting hay in Yuma Valley, Arizona.
An unidentified man standing next to the Spies Canal levee near the site of the Laguna Dam.
Downstream from the headgate of Palo Verde Canal, carrying water from the Colorado River.
An unidentified group of people, with cars parked nearby, observing water exiting the spillway of the St. Francis Dam shortly after the reservoir was filled.
A relief map of the Lower Colorado River.
Approaching the settling basin (during flushing) of the Laguna Dam on the Colorado River, part of the Yuma Project of the United States Reclamation Service.
Approaching the Ocean-to-Ocean Highway (or National Old Trails Road) Bridge across the Colorado River in Yuma, Arizona.
The Laguna Dam site on the Colorado River; this photograph forms a panorama with WRCA LIPP Box 82, Item 145, #2047 and WRCA LIPP Box 82, Item 145, #2049.
The Southern Pacific Railroad Bridge across the Colorado River in Yuma, Arizona.
The St. Francis Dam with a full reservoir, prior to its collapse.
The ruins of the St. Francis Dam after its collapse.
Two unidentified men in a small boat on the Colorado River, looking downstream toward the potential site for the Boulder Canyon Dam.
Two unidentified men standing near the ruins of the St. Francis Dam after its collapse.
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