Water and Water Rights
Found in 140 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten history of the Utah National Guard, correspondence relating to the water supply of Brigham City, Utah, notes, speeches, and a classified book relating to United States' intelligence information on Panay Island of the "Philippine Series."
Photocopy of a typewritten and signed history. The item is a history of a flood which hit Santaquin, Utah, in the summer of 1889. The history was written in 1964 by Adelly Waterlyn when she was eighty-two years old. She said the information for the item was given to her by people who were in Santaquin at the time.
Carbon copy of a typewritten history of the Great Salt Lake in Utah by an unknown author. The date of composition is unknown. The article describes the early exploration of the lake, the geologic history of that body of water, the islands and wild life associated with the lake, and a history of transportation on the lake.
Collection contains the Victor O. Hegsted family photo album, military unit photo, photos and photo negatives, correspondence, the book "The Great Feeder Canal" by Eldred Lee, an audio interview between George E. Howe and his daughter, Julia Howe Hegsted, family history stories, and ephemera. Dated approximately 1900-1998.
More items for the collection are pending.
Photocopied pages of handwritten minutes concerning meetings of shareholders in 1880 and from 1883 to 1885. Also included are records of water use, assessments for ditch work, and paid labor.