Water and Water Rights
Found in 140 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes correspondence, certificates, newspaper clippings, photographs, scrapbooks, pamphlets, newsletters, books, articles, and other papers that document Koziol’s U.S. Forest Service career and his contributions to Utah winter sports, dated circa 1920-1976.
Handwritten diaries, reports, correspondence, and newspaper clippings detail the various aspects of E.O. Larson's personal and business life and accomplishments from 1933 to 1970. Some of the materials deal with water use and management in Utah.
Collection consists of an account book from the Mapleton Canal Reservoir and Irrigation Company, documenting the company's history from 1889 to 1899.
Handwritten and typewritten research materials including correspondence, essays, lists, charts, and reports. The items were gathered by Marlor as documentation for a thesis at Brigham Young University on the metropolitan water districts and water conservation in Utah.
Photocopy of typescript. Correspondence and related documents exchanged between various Indian agents and other government officials relating to problems between the Mormons and the Navajo Indians concerning water rights along the Little Colorado River in northeastern Arizona.
Handwritten entries record the names of those assessed to contribute to the maintenance of the irrigation ditches in Provo, Utah in 1865 to 1882. It also includes lists of the amounts paid and various activities of the company.
Handwritten and typewritten cash account ledgers, minutes of meetings, reports, correspondence, and other financial and administrative records document the work and policies of the North Willow Irrigation Company from 1890-1961.
Brigham Young University property records compiled by the Office of General Counsel contain abstracts of title, indentures, water rights, deeds, and court proceedings. These documents detail various activities of Brigham Young University's property activities in Utah between 1871 to 1938.
Contains biographical information, release forms, logs, notes, and other materials gathered by the Tradition Runs Through It fieldschool. Materials date from 2004.