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General View

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-1168. General view of boom, engine, and pump, taken from fuel tank looking toward rear of weed burner."
Date: September 2, 1949
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Truck-Mounted Weed Burner

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-1169. View of truck-mounted weed burner with boom in position for traveling from one job to another. This is one of three such units assembled by project forces for use in burning green weeds on canals and laterals."
Date: September 2, 1949
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Weed Burner

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-1165. View of truck-mounted weed burner which was designed and assembled by project forces. Boom is in position for burning."
Date: September 2, 1949
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Concrete Placing

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-897. Specifications No. 1987. View of concrete placing operations at inlet transition of 48-inch siphon, Station 88-20, Ozark 4.6 Lateral."
Date: April 2, 1948
Creator: Anstead, R. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Altus Dam

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-1264. Altus Dam. View of spillway section from top of dam with all 9 gates open 0.5 ft."
Date: August 2, 1950
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Altus Dam

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-1263. Altus Dam. View of spillway section from left side with all 9 gates open 0.5 ft."
Date: August 2, 1950
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Altus Dam

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-1262. Altus Dam. View of spillway section from downstream with all 9 gates open 0.5 ft."
Date: August 2, 1950
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Discharging Maize from Hopper

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-808. Discharging maize from hopper of combine into truck on J. A. Henry farm near Altus. This maize is a low growing variety especially adaptable to harvesting by combine. It was irrigated two times with a total of 10 inches of water. Yield estimated at better than 2,500 pounds per acre of grain."
Date: September 2, 1947
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

J. A. Henry Farm

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-809. View of maize field on J. A. Henry farm near Altus showing on left maize that had not been irrigated due to uneven distribution of water, and on right maize that had received two irrigations."
Date: September 2, 1947
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Martin's Combine Maize

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-813. Field of Martin's Combine Maize on the J. A. Henry farm near Altus. Mr. Henry, who operates the farm himself, appears in the picture. This field received 10 inches of water in two irrigations and the yield was over 2,500 pounds per acre."
Date: September 2, 1947
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Martin's Combine Maize

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-812. Harvesting Martin's Combine Maize on the J. A. Henry farm near Altus. This field received two irrigations totaling 10 inches of water. The portion of the field being cut produced 2,500 pounds of combined grain per acre, or a cash return of about $80 per acre."
Date: September 2, 1947
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Martin's Combine Maize

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-811. Harvesting Martin's Combine Maize on the J. A. Henry farm near Altus. This field received two irrigations totaling 10 inches of water. The portion of the field being cut produced 2,500 pounds combined grain per acre, or a cash return of about $80 per acre."
Date: September 2, 1947
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

J. A. Henry Farm

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-807. Close-up view of farm irrigation ditch on J. A. Henry farm, showing "sun" cracks caused by drying of wet ditch bank following an irrigation. These cracks allow water to escape through the bank during the succeeding irrigation unless they are repaired, and are common on the project during hot dry weather."
Date: September 2, 1947
Creator: George, P. W.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Looking at Bridge

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-582. Specifications No. 1510. General view looking northeast showing spans Nos. 1-2 in elevated position. Concrete forms are in place for placing concrete in piers."
Date: May 2, 1947
Creator: Parker, D. B.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Crane and Bridge

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-583. Specifications No. 1510. Completed concrete piers at extreme west end of bridge. Pouring operations had begun on second set of piers. Concrete is brought up to the bridge by means of crane and carriage as shown."
Date: May 2, 1947
Creator: Parker, D. B.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

Crane and Bridge

Description: Caption says, "5-AL-584. Specifications No. 1510. Completed concrete piers at extreme west end of bridge. Pouring operations had begun on second set of piers. Concrete is brought up to the bridge by means of crane and carriage as shown."
Date: May 2, 1947
Creator: Parker, D. B.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie
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