Hoover Dam (Ariz. and Nev.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Standard Examiner installments of E.O. Wattis autobiography, “E.O. Wattis PensStory of Earliest Experience,” February 5, 1934, and “Corey and Wattis Become Noted WesternContractors,” February 6, 1934. Also included are photocopies of photographs of the UtahConstruction Company’s early days in the late 19 th century, and E.O. Wattis with H.W. Morrisonat the site of Hoover Dam in 1931; and a letter from Marsha Lundgren, Development Directory...
Overview This collection contains items documenting the construction of the Hoover Dam. Items include 6 mounted photographs, a photograph album page, a brochure introducing the project, and a printed Wikipedia page describing Six Companies, Inc. Materials range from circa 1927 – 2009.
Overview Three volume set of a photographic record of the Hoover Dam Project, Nevada, 1931-1935, published by the Six Companies Corporation. These photographs are black and white and depict various stages of the Hoover Dam construction, including dam building sites, construction machinery, construction workers and government officials at ceremonies conducted throughout the progression of the Hoover Dam’s construction. These ...
Overview Postcards of photographs of the Hoover Dam (Boulder Dam), Arizona and Nevada, c.a. 1932-1947. Black and white, color. Scenes include Boulder City, Nevada; Hoover Dam construction site; Lake Mead, and the Black Canyon of the Colorado River. This collection includes a drawing, “Boulder Dam and Power Plant.”
Overview Inventory of Patricia Johnson Collection. This collection contains information on Utah Construction Company including photographs of the building of the Western Pacific Railroad and Hoover Dam. The additions include a dress worn by Marie Wattis during a dinner with Governor William Spry.
Overview This collection contains materials gathered by Sterling Sessions and Gene Sessions during their research from 1976-2004 on the history of Utah Construction Company. Most of the collection are photocopies of original documents.
Overview This collection contains the photographs that were displayed during the 2003 symposium.