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Soil and Moisture Conservation

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-1112. Soil and Moisture Conservation Program, W. C. Austin Project. General view of Diversion Terrace No. 2, which will spread water which runs off adjacent farm land so as to prevent erosion. Altus Reservation in distance."
Date: January 5, 1949
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Soil and Moisture Conservation

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-1111. Soil and Moisture Conservation Program, W. C. Austin Project. View of part of Diversion Terrace No. 1, which will spread water which goes down old road in foreground. Altus Reservoir beyond the terrace."
Date: January 5, 1949
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Soil and Moisture Conservation

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-1114. Soil and Moisture Conservation Program, W. C. Austin Project. General view of Detention Dam No. 3, with dirt work completed. For a view of this area before work was started see photograph No. 5-AL-1103."
Date: January 5, 1949
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Soil and Moisture Conservation

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-1110. Soil and Moisture Conservation Program, W. C. Austin Project. Broadside view of completed Detention Dam No. 2, looking upstream. Dam will catch silt which has been coming down the draw into the Altus Reservoir."
Date: January 5, 1949
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Soil and Moisture Conservation

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-1107. Soil and Moisture Conservation Program, W. C. Austin Project. View of Detention Dam No. 1, complete except for rip-rapping located on west side of Altus Reservoir."
Date: January 5, 1949
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Line of Trucks

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-941. Crops. Line of wheat trucks in Altus waiting to unload. At height of rush there was a total of six such lines in Altus. Most of the wheat marketed in Altus was raised by dry farming methods."
Date: June 5, 1948
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Trucks

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-940. Crops. Truck line in Altus, waiting turn to unload wheat at Ledge Mill, seen in background. Two such lines converged on this mill and it was reported that a truck was being unloaded every 2 minutes."
Date: June 5, 1948
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Trucks

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-939. Crops. Truck lines on street in Altus, waiting their turn to unload wheat at local elevator."
Date: June 5, 1948
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Altus Canal

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-534. Finished lined and rolled section of the Altus Canal. View taken from bridge, looking downstream from Station 323-00."
Date: March 5, 1947
Creator: Parker, D. B.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Altus Canal

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-504. Altus Canal. Compacting clay-lining material in seepage area of the Altus Canal by means of a D-8 Caterpillar tractor. Photograph taken near Station 339-00."
Date: February 5, 1947
Creator: Parker, D. B.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Altus Dam

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-814. View of Altus Dam and adjacent areas during the dedication ceremonies for the W. C. Austin Project. Photograph was taken from top of near-by mountain with wide-angle lens."
Date: September 5, 1947
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Parshall Flume

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-845. Specifications No. 1899. View of construction of parshall flume, Station 1-20, Altus 21.5 lateral. Turnout from Altus Canal into Altus 21.5 lateral in background."
Date: December 5, 1947
Creator: Vaughan, R. O.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Concrete Placing

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-840. Specifications No. 1811. View of 18" turnout, lt., Station 10-00 on Ozark 1.5 lateral, after completion of concrete placing."
Date: December 5, 1947
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie
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