Guide to the Ival V. Goslin Water Resources Collection

Prepared by Linda C. McGehee and John Newman; Revised by Patricia J. Rettig, 2018
Colorado State University Water Resources Archive
A joint effort of the University Libraries and the Colorado Water Institute
Copyright 2018 Colorado State University. All rights reserved.
Original finding aid encoded in EAD Version 2002 by Jerry W. Hudson, 2003.
Creator: Goslin, Ival V.
Title: Ival V. Goslin Water Resources Collection
Dates: 1907-2004
Bulk Dates: 1960-1991
Quantity: 86+ linear feet
Identification: WIVG
Abstract: For over 50 years, Ival V. Goslin (1911-1991) worked in water resources. This collection contains records from throughout his career. The bulk of the collection contains records from the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority where Goslin served as the first Executive Director and later as a consultant. The Authority (est. 1981) has conducted water project feasibility studies and created and implemented financing programs for water and wastewater infrastructures. The collection includes considerable basic engineering, environmental, hydrologic, and economic data surrounding water planning in the 1980s. Records from Goslin's career at the Upper Colorado River Commission and Western Engineers, Inc. are also included. Common subjects are the filling of Lake Powell and the effects on Rainbow Bridge National Monument, and the recreational use of Jerry Creek Reservoirs. Materials include correspondence, newsletters, reports, legislative drafts, news clippings, speeches, books, pamphlets, slides, photographs, videos, and artifacts.
Contact Information: Water Resources Archive
Archives and Special Collections
Morgan Library
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-1019 USA
Phone: 970-491-1844
Fax: 970-491-1195
Email: library_dl_specialcollections@mail.colostate.edu
URL: https://lib.colostate.edu/water
Restrictions on Access
There are no access restrictions on this collection.
Restrictions on Use
Not all of the material in the collection is in the public domain. Researchers are responsible for addressing copyright issues.
This collection is indexed under the following headings in the Colorado State University Libraries online catalog. Researchers seeking materials about related subjects, persons, organizations, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Subjects:
  • Water resources development -- Colorado.
  • Watersheds -- Colorado.
  • Reservoirs -- Colorado.
  • Dams -- Colorado.
Persons:
  • Goslin, Ival V.
Organizations:
  • Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority.
  • Upper Colorado River Commission.
  • Western Engineers, Inc.
Places:
  • Cache la Poudre River Watershed (Colo.)
  • South Platte River Watershed (Colo. and Neb.)
  • Cherry Creek Reservoir Watershed (Colo.)
  • Clear Creek Watershed (Clear Creek County, Colo.)
  • Fraser River Watershed (Colo.)
  • Uncompahgre River Watershed (Colo.)
  • San Juan River Watershed (Colo.-Utah)
  • Blue River Watershed (Colo.)
  • San Luis Valley (Colo. and N.M.)
  • Wolford Mountain Reservoir (Colo.)
  • Powell, Lake (Utah and Ariz.)
Special Document Types:
  • Slides (photographs).
  • Maps.
  • Charts (graphic documents).
  • Photographs.
  • Artifacts.
  • Videotapes.
  • Posters.
Ival V. Goslin served a key role in the development of water resources in Colorado, specifically, and the Upper Colorado River basin, more broadly. He was born in Pullman, Washington, on May 7, 1911, and died in Grand Junction, Colorado, on June 15, 1991. He began his education at the University of Oregon from 1929-1930 and earned his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees from Utah University in 1931 and 1935, respectively. Goslin attended the University of Idaho for postgraduate studies from 1940 to 1942, and, subsequently, received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering in 1944 from Utah State University.
In 1939, Goslin began his career in water resources as a hydrographer for the U.S. Geological Survey, working until 1943 in Idaho and Wyoming on the Snake River and its diversion canals and tributaries. Promoted by the U.S.G.S. to Assistant Project Engineer from 1943 until 1945, Goslin conducted hydrological studies of the Bear River in Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming.
From 1946 to 1952, Goslin served as General Manager of Aberdeen-Springfield Canal Company, one of Idaho's largest irrigation companies. During this time (1948-1950), he was a member of the Snake River Compact Commission (Wyoming and Idaho) and an original member of the Columbia River Compact Commission (1950-1952). He served as Chairman of the Upper Snake River Valley Water Users Protective Association and Vice Chairman of the Snake River Committee of Nine (an advisory committee).
From 1953 through 1979, Goslin worked for the Upper Colorado River Commission in Grand Junction and Salt Lake City, serving as Assistant Chief Engineer (1953-1955), Acting Secretary (1955), and Executive Secretary (1955-1979). He was responsible for administering the Upper Colorado River Basin Compact for the States of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming.
In 1963, Ival Goslin married Marcelyn Bridal. From 1979 to 1982, Goslin served as a water resources consultant for Western Engineers, Inc. He consulted on conservancy and recreational access issues for Jerry Creek Reservoirs.
For over 30 years, Goslin worked closely with Congressman Wayne N. Aspinall, who was Chairman of the House Interior Committee, as well as with other members of Congress, their staffs, and committees of Congress, in matters related to water development, land resources, and protection of the environment.
Goslin was one of the primary developers of the repayment formula and plan for the Colorado River Storage Project, using basin fund revenues in the Participating Projects Act. As a result of this work, Goslin developed extensive knowledge in complex water project funding. He was also involved in obtaining Congressional authorization and appropriations, as well as planning and development, of water projects in the Upper Colorado River Basin, including Lake Powell, Flaming Gorge, Curecanti, Fryingpan Arkansas, the Utah Project, and the Central Arizona Project.
From 1982 to 1985, Goslin served as the first Executive Director of the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. From 1985 until his death in 1991, he continued as a special consultant to the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. In this capacity he led the negotiations with members of Congress, Indian Tribes and various representatives of Colorado's water community that resulted in the Indian Water Rights Settlement and Cost Sharing Agreements for the Animas-La Plata Project.
In 1981, the Colorado Water Congress honored Ival V. Goslin with the Wayne N. Aspinall Water Leader of the Year Award. Goslin served as Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Water Resource Congress in 1981, and was a long-time member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the American Water Works Association. He was a member of the Colorado Water Congress, the National Rifle Association, and the American Public Works Association. He was affiliated with the Masons and the Shriners.
As settlers moved to Colorado in the late 1800s and early 1900s, they recognized the need to store water during times of plenty (e.g., spring runoff) for use later in the summer when water availability was not sufficient to support crops. During early settlement, many small dams and irrigation projects were financed and constructed by local irrigation companies. As people continued to settle in Colorado, the need for irrigation water grew to where the size of the water projects needed exceeded the ability of local irrigation companies to finance and construct the projects. Thus, in 1902, with creation of the forerunner of the Bureau of Reclamation, the federal government became a partner with state water leaders and local farmers in constructing water projects to store and distribute irrigation water.
The Bureau of Reclamation established a process whereby it developed the background information needed to plan and fund new water projects. This process operated until the late 1970s when President Jimmy Carter produced the water project "hit list" -- a list of projects in the planning and design stage targeted for no further federal funding.
The apparent exit of the federal government as a partner in planning and building water projects in the West concerned many water users in Colorado. There was a strong feeling that Colorado needed to continue to plan for future water projects if sufficient water was to be available to support Colorado's population and economic growth. In response to the federal government no longer funding the design and construction of water projects, the Colorado legislature created the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority in 1981.
The Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority was created to "initiate, acquire, construct, maintain, repair, and operate projects or cause the same to be operated pursuant to a lease, sublease, or other agreement with any person or governmental agency and may issue its bonds and notes payable solely from revenues to pay the cost of such projects." The Authority used this directive by the Colorado Legislature to conduct feasibility studies on various water resource projects and basin-wide studies in the 1980s. In 1988, the Authority's statute was expanded to incorporate the funding of wastewater treatment projects by creating the Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund to make loans from Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grants under the federal Clean Water Act of 1987. In 1989, the Authority's statute was again revised to give the Authority's Board of Directors sole responsibility for funding projects of $10 million or less. (In 1998 this was expanded to projects of $25 million or less.) In late 1989, it was clear that the Authority had changed directions from conducting water project feasibility studies to creating and implementing financing programs for water and wastewater infrastructure. The Drinking Water Revolving Fund was created in 1995 in anticipation of the re-authorization of the Safe Drinking Water Act. (The Safe Drinking Water Act was re-authorized in August 1996 and also provided EPA grants to the Authority to make loans.) As of June 2001, the Authority had executed over $695 million in loans under these programs.
In addition to the financing programs mentioned above, the Authority was heavily involved with the federal Animas-La Plata Project in southwestern Colorado. In 1985, Ival Goslin retired as executive director, but was retained as the Authority's consultant and representative to assist the State in negotiating the Agreement-in-Principle (1986) with the Colorado Ute Indian tribes, state of New Mexico, and the federal government. In addition, Goslin assisted the State in negotiating the Animas-La Plata Project cost-sharing agreement (1986) with New Mexico and the federal government. In 1989, the Authority placed $30 million in escrow to be used in constructing the Animas-La Plata Project. In December 2000, Congress approved funding for a much smaller project.
The Authority has contributed other funds to State activities. The first contribution was the funding and construction of the satellite-monitoring network in the mid-1980s. The Authority expended over $2.3 million for 160 stream gaging sites that would electronically send stream flow information via satellite to a central computer system at the Division of Water Resources. Upon the completion of these sites, the Authority donated the system to the Division of Water Resources. In addition, in 1999, the Authority contributed $2.4 million to the Species Conservation Trust Fund, a fund set up to promote the conservation of native species.
Since 1990, the Authority's mission has been to provide an economical source of capital to cities, towns, districts and counties for financing water and wastewater infrastructure.
Executive Directors:
  • 1982-1985 - Ival V. Goslin
  • 1985-1989 - Uli Kappus
  • 1990-2010 - Daniel L. Law
  • 2010-present - Michael Brod
The Ival V. Goslin collection consists of documents dated 1907 to 2004, with the bulk of the material falling from 1960 to 1991. Most of the collection relates to Ival Goslin's career in water resources, including documents from various employers throughout his career and his involvement with water organizations. Subjects relate to water resources in the Upper Colorado River Basin region, which includes Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. The collection includes feasibility studies for potential water projects in Colorado, reports and legal papers relating to the filling of Lake Powell and the protection of Rainbow Bridge National Monument in Arizona and Utah, correspondence, memoranda, and legislative drafts regarding the Animas-La Plata Project and the Colorado Ute Indian Water Rights Settlement Act of 1988. The collection also contains documents relating to Ival's personal life and his wife, Marcelyn. A large number of slides are included in the collection, with subjects relating to his professional career and personal life. Other materials include books, news clippings, newsletters, speeches, published articles, videos, photographs, and artifacts.
The materials in Series 1, the original collection, were maintained in original order, grouped by project. Additional materials received were sorted and arranged into appropriate new series.
The collection consists of 7 series in 64 boxes and various tubes and oversize boxes.
Preferred Citation

Ival V. Goslin Water Resources Collection, Water Resources Archive, Colorado State University.

Acquisition

The reports, maps, data, and operational papers contained in the Goslin Collection were held by the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority until November 18, 1998, when they were transferred to the Colorado Water Resources Research Institute (CWRRI). CWRRI maintained the collection until 2001 when the Colorado State University Libraries initiated development of a water archive. CWRRI transferred the collection to Morgan Library on April 26, 2001.

An additional donation to the collection was made in June 2002 by Marcelyn B. Goslin. These materials, all by Ival Goslin, were added as Series 2: Papers, Speeches, and Seminars. A third donation was received in July 2006 from the estate of Marcelyn Goslin. These materials were added as a portion of Series 2 and as Series 3 through 7.

Processing

The Goslin Collection arrived in a dozen large transfer cases, 25 map tubes, and assorted oversized packages, some of the containers having lists of contents. After the transfer cases were numbered in order by date and topic, the contents of each were divided into four or five standard record center cartons.

Photocopies of the lists of contents provided worksheets for documenting the location of the contents of the transfer cases as they were divided into 50 record center cartons. Staff members itemized the contents in original order. Following the box inventory, the maps and other oversized documents that accompanied each project were examined. Oversized documents were placed in custom-made boxes.

Maps are inventoried according to their original arrangement and any accompanying original documentation. All dimensions are to the next largest inch. Individual maps are described as items if there are fewer than ten maps in a tube. Where there are ten or more maps per tube, each map set is described as a single group with its contents counted. Dimensions given are for the largest item in the group.

The items forming Series 2 were placed in acid-free folders in chronological order. The finding aid was revised for this addition by Patricia J. Rettig in 2003.

All diskettes in the collection were copied onto a compact disc by Shirley Miller of the Colorado Water Resources Research Institute during Summer 2002. The diskettes were not returned to the collection. The CD was placed in box 17, where the bulk of the diskettes had been filed.

The third donation to the collection arrived in 21 boxes and two oversized packages. These items form Series 3 through 7, added to the collection in a finding aid revised by Angeline Allen in 2007. Materials were placed in acid-free folders and rehoused in record center cartons. All metal clips were replaced with archival plastic clips. When not in bulk, news clippings were photocopied. VHS tapes were placed in archival cases. Speeches loose in boxes were removed and interfiled in Series 2. Folders with similar names and similar contents were interfiled. Duplicate records were discarded. Oversized items and artifacts were placed in custom-made boxes.

Slides were removed from slide carousels, cardboard slide boxes, and a metal slide container and rehoused in archival slide sleeves and acid-free three-ring boxes. Tourist landmark slides relating to the East Coast and Washington, D.C., were removed from the collection. Written indexes included with the slide carousels were discarded. Photographs not included in published reports were removed from their original location and placed in archival photograph sleeves and in acid-free folders. A box of photography equipment was discarded.

Subseries selected for digitization in 2018 were weeded of general photocopies and government documents and boxes were condensed. There is now no box 24, 40, 41, 42, or 49.

Online Materials

Some materials have been scanned and are available through the Colorado State University Libraries website. In the electronic version of this document, direct links appear in context.

Note: Wording of titles may be truncated or otherwise edited for clarity without the insertion of ellipses. Supplied information is bracketed. Authored articles, maps, or studies are listed in bibliographic form. Estimated pagination is preceded by an "e." Two identical copies of the same item are indicated by the phrase "2 copies" at the end of the entry, following the number of pages of each copy. Dissimilar copies of the same item are listed separately. Map dimensions are given in inches.

Series 1: Water project planning studies, 1960-1991 and undated (69+ linear feet)

From 1983 to 1990, the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority conducted, at the request of local sponsors, several feasibility studies to find potential projects for the Authority to finance. The engineering reports and basic data from the Authority-funded water planning studies constitute this series. The studies were conducted in the following river basins: Turkey Creek (San Juan River), Upper Gunnison River, Cache la Poudre River, St. Vrain River, Blue River, San Luis Valley Confined Aquifer, Cherry Creek, Clear Creek, and Fraser River.
Specific water project examinations in the series include: Coffintop Dam (St. Vrain), Castlewood Dam (Cherry Creek), Tunnel No. 1 (Clear Creek), Ranch Valley Dam (Fraser), Wolford Mountain Dam (Colorado), and Grey Mountain Dam (Cache la Poudre). This series is maintained in original order and is divided into nine project-based subseries and one miscellaneous maps subseries.
Box Folder
Subseries 1.1: Lemon Dam/Turkey Creek Project.
1 1 Lemon Dam Project. Feasibility Report. Volume I -- Main Report. 1985 December. e100pp. VIEW
1 2 Lemon Dam Project. Feasibility Report. Volume II -- Appendixes. 1985 December. e190pp. VIEW
1 3 Lemon Dam Project. Feasibility Report. Volume II -- Appendixes. 1985 December. e160pp.
1 4 Lemon Dam Project. Feasibility Report. Volume I -- Main Report. 1985 December. e80pp.
1 5 Lemon Dam Project. Feasibility Study. Plan of Study. 1984 October 12. 13pp.
1 6 Memorandum of Agreement [Blank]. Bureau of Reclamation, City of Aspen and Pitkin County, Colorado. 1984. 10pp.
1 7 Contract Between the United States of America and Florida Water Conservancy District. 1960 December 29. 32pp.
1 8 Turkey Creek Project. Snowball Creek Reservoir. Feasibility Study. 1986 June. e70pp.
1 9 Appendices C through G and Maps. e50pp.
1 10 San Luis Valley Project Map. Closed Basin Division. 1982 July.
Tube 1A Turkey Creek maps.
Tube 1A Pagosa Springs, Colorado. 27x22
Tube 1A Wolf Creek Pass, Colorado. 22x18
Tube 1A Strawberry Lake, Colorado. 27x22
Tube 1A Ward, Colorado. 27x22
Tube 1A Snowball Creek Site. Overlay. 34x23
Tube 1A Snowball Creek Site. Overlay. 34x23
Tube 1A Echo Canyon Reservoir. 36x25
Tube 1A Echo Canyon Spillway Enlargement. 36x25
Tube 1A Echo Canyon Dam Spillway. 36x25
Subseries 1.2: St. Vrain Basin.
2 1 St. Vrain Feasibility Study. Final Report. Draft. e60pp.
2 2 St. Vrain Basin Reconnaissance Study. Summary Report. 1986 February. e50pp.
2 3 St. Vrain Basin Reconnaissance Study. Prepared for Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority [by] R. W. Beck and Associates [and] Dames and Moore. 1986 February. e300pp. VIEW
2 4 Task Memorandum 1-1. 1984 February 10. e35pp.
2 5 Task 1-1. Irrigation Management Study. 1983 January. e80pp.
2 6 Task Memorandum 1-2. 1984 April 6. e20pp.
2 7 Task Memorandum 1-3. 1984 April 6. e40pp.
2 8 Task Memorandum 1-4. c. 1984. e50pp.
2 9 Task Memorandum 1-5. 1984 January 5. 14pp.
2 10 Task Memorandum 1-6. Final Memo for Step 1. 1984 August. e140pp.
2 11 Step 1. Task Memoranda. 1984 April 17. e320pp. 2 copies
3 1 St. Vrain Basin Reconnaissance Study. Task Summary Memorandum 2-7. Appendix A -- Structural Plan Elements. 1985 February. e170pp.
3 2 St. Vrain File. Feasibility Study. Task Memorandum 2-1. Empty folder
3 3 St. Vrain File. Feasibility Study. Task Memorandum 2-2. Empty folder
3 4 St. Vrain Basin Reconnaissance Study. Task Memorandum 2-3. 1984 November. e80pp.
3 5 Task Memorandum 2-4. 1985 March 1. e60pp.
3 6 Task Memorandum 2-5. 1985 April 15. e70pp.
3 7 Task Memorandum 2-6. 1985 February 15. e40pp.
3 8 Task Summary Memorandum 2-7. Appendix A -- Structural Plan Elements. 1985 January. e150pp.
3 9 Task Summary Memorandum 2-7. Appendix A -- Structural Plan Elements. 1985 February. e180pp.
3 10 Task Summary Memorandum 2-7. Evaluation of Plan Elements. 1985 January. e40pp.
3 11 Task Summary Memorandum 2-7. Evaluation of Plan Elements. 1985 March. e50pp.
3 12 Memo and Materials for TM2-7. 1985 February 22. 12pp.
3 13 Task Summary Memorandum 2-8. 1985 March. e120pp.
3 14 Task Summary Memorandum 2-9. 1985 June. e270pp.
3 15 Task 2-10. Presentation of Preliminary Alternatives. 1985 March 5. 3pp.
3 16 St. Vrain Project Feasibility Study. Plan Formulation Work Session. 1985 February 4. e20pp.
3 17 Plan of Study for Step 2. 1985 March 1. e30pp.
3 18 Plan of Study with Supporting Documentation. 1983 October 20. e180pp
4 1 Coffintop Dam and Reservoir Project. St. Vrain and Left Hand Water Conservancy District. Progress Report. 1983 July 31. e300pp. VIEW
4 2 St. Vrain Basin Reconnaissance Study. Supporting Documentation. Quantity Takeoffs / Cost Estimates. 1986 February. e120pp.
4 3 St. Vrain Project, Step Two. 1985 March 20. e220pp.
4 4 St. Vrain Basin Reconnaissance Study Newsletters. 1984 April, November. 32pp.
4 5 Feasibility Study. North St. Vrain Storage Sites. 1979 April. e60pp.
4 6 Summary Report. Draft. 1986 January. e60pp.
4 7 Summary Report. Draft. 1985 December. e50pp.
4 8 Summary Report. Draft. 1985 November. e50pp.
4 9 Plan of Study. Exhibit B. 1983 October 20. e30pp.
4 10 Coffintop and Geer Canyon Feasibility Study. Volume I. Recommendations and Summary Report. 1981 December. e120pp.
4 11 Reconnaissance Report. St. Vrain Unit, Colorado. Longs Peak Division. Missouri River Basin Project. 1967 May. e60pp.
4 12 Annual Report. St. Vrain and Left Hand Water Conservancy District. 1981. 41pp.
4 13 Coffintop Dam and Reservoir Project. St. Vrain and Left Hand Water Conservancy District. Progress Report. 1982 July 31. e60pp.
4 14 St. Vrain Reconnaissance Study. Study Area Presentation Handouts. e40pp.
4 15 Coffintop Project. Engineering Geologic Feasibility Study. 1982 June. e40pp.
4 16 Coffintop Project. Engineering Geologic Feasibility Study. Addendum. 1982 June. 5pp.
4 17 Coffintop Project. Engineering Geologic Feasibility Study. e200pp. 2 copies
4 18 St. Vrain transparencies. e40pp.
5 1 St. Vrain and Left Hand Water Conservancy District. Summary Report. Coffintop and Geer Canyon. Volume I. Draft. 1981. e120pp.
5 2 St. Vrain and Left Hand Water Conservancy District. Coffintop Feasibility Study. Volume II. Technical Appendices. 1981. e160pp.
5 3 St. Vrain and Left Hand Water Conservancy District. Geer Canyon Feasibility Study. Volume III. Technical Appendices. 1981. e160pp.
5 4 Green Binder No. 1. Background Information. 1986.
5 5 Green Binder No. 2. Computer Diskettes. [Diskettes removed-see CD in box 17]. 1986.
5 6 Green Binder No. 3. Background Information. 1986.
5 7 Green Binder No. 4. Background Information. 1986.
5 8 Green Binder No. 5. Background Information. 1986.
Subseries 1.3: Cache la Poudre.
6 1 Cache la Poudre Basin Water and Hydropower Resources Management Study, Final Report, Volume I. Prepared by Harza Engineering Company and consultants. [For] Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. 1987 January. e275pp. VIEW
6 2 Cache la Poudre Basin Water and Hydropower Resources Management Study, Final Report, Volume II. Prepared by Harza Engineering Company and consultants. [For] Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. 1987 January. e200pp. VIEW
6 3 Wildlife Resource Studies for Cache La Poudre Basin Study Extension. 1988 October. 137pp. VIEW
6 4 Wildlife Resource Studies for Cache La Poudre Basin Study Extension. Appendices, Volume 1. 1988 October. e300pp. VIEW
6 5 Wildlife Resource Studies for Cache La Poudre Basin Study Extension. Appendices, Volume 2. 1988 October. e600pp. VIEW
6 6 Roe, Dorsey. "Regional Power Transfers and Economics" . 1985 June 18. 23pp.
6 7 Appendix B. Recreation, Aesthetics, and Land Use Report, Cache la Poudre Basin Study Extension. 1990 March. e125pp. VIEW
7 1 Cache la Poudre. Feasibility Study. Extension-Progress Report/Envirosphere. 1987-1988. e160pp.
7 2 Plan of Study. 1985 May 30. e70pp.
7 3 Plan of Study. 1987 May 28. 19pp.
7 4 Plan of Study. 1987 May 28. e70pp.
7 5 Scope of Work Phase III. 1987 January 8. 91pp.
7 6 Extension Task 11. 1988 February. 92pp.
7 7 Extension Task 13. 1988 February. e75pp.
7 8 Extension Task 14. c. 1987-1988. e50pp.
7 9 Extension Task 15. c. 1987-1988. e110pp.
7 10 Extension Task 16. 1988 April 16. e110pp.
7 11 Main Report Volume I. 1990 December. e450pp.
8 1 Cache la Poudre Project. Detailed Plan of Study. 1982 March 18. e65pp.
8 2 Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District. Annual Report. 1982. 17pp.
8 3 The Windy Gap Project. Biennial Progress and Financial Report. 1982. 17pp.
8 4 Final Report. Hydrologic Network Modeling. 1988 January. e70pp.
8 5 Appendix C. Hydrologic Network Modeling. 1987 November. e170pp.
8 6 Appendix D. Hydrologic Network Modeling. 1987 November. e60pp.
8 7 Cache la Poudre Basin Study. Summary Report. 1987 January. e180pp. VIEW
8 8 Cache la Poudre Basin Water and Hydropower Resources Management Study. Phase I Report (draft). 1986 May. e180pp. 2 copies
8 9 Cache la Poudre Extension Study. Computation Back-up. 1991 January 31. e150pp.
8 10 Computational Backup. Part II. e140pp.
8 11 Recreation, Aesthetics, and Land Use Report. Cache la Poudre Basin Study Extension. 1990 March. e150pp. VIEW
9 1 Original microfiche of Cache la Poudre Basin Study Extension appendices. e60 items
9 2 Cache la Poudre Basin Study Extension. Main Report. Volume II. 1990 December. e300pp.
9 3 Cache la Poudre River Basin. Larimer -- Weld Counties, Colorado. Volume I. Flood Hazard, Dam Safety and Flood Warning. 1981 October. e80pp.
9 4 Executive Summary. 1990 December. e60pp.
9 5 Cache la Poudre Extension -- 1983A. Conventional Hydroelectric Power. 1983. e120pp.
9 6 Cache la Poudre Extension -- 1983A. Grey Mountain Arch Dam. Horsetooth -- Grey Mtn. Conveyance Pipeline. e200pp.
9 7 Cache la Poudre Extension -- 1983A. Highway Relocations. e80pp.
9 8 Cache la Poudre Extension -- 1983A. Reservoir Routing -- Flood Control. Tailwater Rating Curve. e110pp.
9 9 Cache la Poudre Extension -- 1983A. Reformulation of Alt. Plans. e110pp.
9 10 Cache la Poudre Basin Water and Hydropower Resources Management Study. Final Report. Volume I. 1987 January. e300pp.
9 11 Application for Preliminary Permit. Cache la Poudre Water and Power Project. 1985 June. e80pp.
10 1 Cache la Poudre Basin Study Extension. Executive Summary. 1990 December. 41pp. VIEW
10 2 Cache la Poudre Basin Study Extension. Final Report. Volume I. 1990 December. e600pp. VIEW
10 3 Cache la Poudre Basin Study Extension. Final Report. Volume II. 1990 December. e300pp. VIEW
10 4 Cache la Poudre Basin Study Extension. Appendices. Volume I. 1990 December. e200pp.
10 5 Cache la Poudre Basin Study Extension. Appendices. Volume II. 1990 December. e220pp.
10 6 Cache la Poudre Basin Study Extension. Appendices. Volume III. 1990 December. e200pp.
10 7 Task 1 Summary Reports [drafts]. 1985 August-September. e120pp.
10 8 Task 1 Summary Report. Final. 1986 January. e110pp.
11 1 Cache la Poudre Basin Study Extension. Final Draft. Hydrologic Modeling. Appendixes. 1990 June. e280pp.
11 2 Grant, Marcus P., Christian J. Zier and Robert G. Rosenberg. "Supplemental Report: Cultural Resource Investigations in Stage One Areas of the Basin Study Extension, Cache la Poudre Hydroelectric Project, Larimer County, Colorado". 1988 February. e300pp. VIEW
11 3 Cache la Poudre Basin Study Extension. Final Draft. Hydrologic Modeling. 1990 June. 142pp.
11 4 Final Report. Windy Gap Delivery Study. 1987 June. 62pp.
11 5 Cache la Poudre Wild and Scenic River. Final Management Plan. 1990 March. 80pp. VIEW
11 6 Cache la Poudre Basin Water and Hydropower Resources Management Study. Task 1 Summary Report. Draft. 1985 September. e200pp.
11 7 Task 2 Summary Report. 1985 September. e140pp. 2 copies
11 8 Task 2 Summary Report. Revised sections. 1985 September 17. e20pp.
11 9 Task 2 Summary Report. Final. 1985 December. e180pp.
11 10 Task 3 Summary Report. Draft. c. 1985 December. e60pp.
11 11 Task 3 Summary Report. Draft. 1986 January 30. e180pp.
11 12 Task 3 Summary Report. Draft. 1985 November. e80pp.
11 13 Task 4 Summary Report. 1986 February. e60pp.
12 1 Cache la Poudre Basin Study. Task 4 Backup Data. 1986 April. e60pp.
12 2 Cache la Poudre Basin Water and Hydropower Resources Management Study. Task 4 Summary Report. 1986 February. e50pp.
12 3 Cache la Poudre Basin Study. Task 4 Backup Data. 1986 April. e60pp.
12 4 Executive Summary. Task 5 Summary Report on Analysis of Regional and Basinwide Supply and Demand. Draft. c. 1986. 22pp.
12 5 Executive Summary. Task 5 Summary Report on Analysis of Regional and Basinwide Supply and Demand. c. 1986. 25pp. 2 copies
12 6 Task 5 Summary Report. 1986 April. e80pp.
12 7 Task 7 Summary Report. 1986 September. e160pp.
12 8 Task 7 Summary Report. 1986 June. e150pp.
12 9 Task 8 Summary Report. Draft. 1986 August. e90pp.
12 10 Addendum to the Task 8 Summary Report. Draft. 1986 November. 30pp.
12 11 Task 8, Chapter 6 Revision. 1986 September 24. e50pp.
12 12 Task 9 Summary Report. Draft. 1986 November. e40pp.
12 13 Cache la Poudre Basin Study. Task 10b: Scope of Work. c. 1986. e40pp.
13 1 Cache la Poudre Study. Backup Computation Files. Materials not provided directly in the Task Reports and Final Report. e1000pp. 6 items
Tube 1C Cache la Poudre Basin Study Maps.
Tube 1C St. Vrain Basin Study. 61x52
Tube 1C Boulder County (USGS). 1980. 42x25
Tube 1C Grey Mountain (topographic). 1986. 42x25
Tube 1C Larimer County, Colorado (USGS). 1987. 45x37
Oversize 1 [Overhead transparencies, a presentation by Harza Engineering]. 1986. 12x11. 45 pieces
Oversize 1 Preliminary Alternative 7. Elkhorn -- New Seaman. 40x30
Oversize 1 Location of Reservoirs and Conduits, Terra Bella Irrigation District (California). 40x28
Oversize 1 Cache la Poudre Basin. 40x30
Subseries 1.4: Joint-Use Reservoir and Green Mountain Exchange Projects.
14 1 Joint-Use Reservoir and Green Mountain Exchange Projects. Summary Report. 1987 April. 22pp.
14 2 Joint-Use Reservoir and Green Mountain Exchange Projects. Final Report. Prepared for Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. Prepared by Boyle Engineering Corporation. 1987 April. e90pp. VIEW
14 3 Joint-Use Reservoir and Green Mountain Exchange Projects. Technical Appendixes. Prepared for Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. Prepared by Boyle Engineering Corporation. 1987 April. e240pp. VIEW
14 4 Joint Use Project Feasibility Study. Task Memorandum 1. 18pp.
14 5 Task 2 Data Collection Memorandum. 1985 October 22. e50pp.
14 6 Task 3 Screening Report. c. 1985. e180pp.
14 7 Task 3. Initial Screening Report. Draft. 1986 January. e280pp.
14 8 Task 3. Initial Screening Report. Draft with Addendum. 1986 March 11. e280pp.
14 9 Task 3. Initial Screening Report. Draft Originals. 1986 January. e160pp. 15 sleeves
14 10 Memorandum. Preliminary Hydrologic Analysis. Draft. 1986 August. e40pp.
15 1 Wolcott. Design Notes. e240pp.
15 2 Wolcott. Design Notes. e120pp.
15 3 Azure. Design Notes. e140pp.
15 4 Red Mountain. Design Notes. e240pp.
15 5 Wolford A. Design Notes. e240pp.
15 6 Wolford A. Design Notes. e200pp.
16 1 Una. Design Notes. e220pp.
16 2 Unit Cost Study. e25pp.
16 3 Miscellaneous Documents. Hydrology Studies for Marketing Water from Green Mountain Reservoir. e180pp.
16 4 Cultural Resources. Task 3. e60pp.
17 1 [Diskette inventory]. 7pp.
17 2 Diskettes (5.25"). Boyle Engineering Corporation. Green Mountain Project. [Removed--see CD below]. 1987 September. 9 packages
17 3 Compact disc of copied diskette files.
18 1 Blue River Documents. Oversize binder. e100pp.
18 2 Surge Analysis Data. Boyle Engineering Corporation. Green Mt. to Dillon. 1986. Oversize binder. e120pp.
19 1 Hydrologic Data. 1985-1987. Oversize binder. e320pp.
19 2 Hydroelectric Power Generation Studies. Unit Impact Study. Cultural Resource Study. 1985-1987. Oversize binder. e240pp.
20 1 Rock Creek Project. 1985-1987. e400pp.
20 2 Joint Use Feasibility Study. Task 8. 1983-1986. e240pp.
20 3 Joint Use Feasibility Study. Task 9. 1986-1987. e30pp.
20 4 Summary Report. Preliminary Hydrologic Analysis. 1986 August. e40pp.
20 5 Joint-Use Feasibility Study. Draft Summary / Final Report. Boyle Engineering. 1987 April. e400pp.
20 6 Presentation Overhead Transparencies. 1986-1987. 29 transparencies
21 1 Overhead Transparencies and Presentation Material. 1986. 9pp. 17 transparencies
21 2 Ruling of Referee Regarding Town of Breckenridge Application for Water Rights in the Blue River. District Court, Water Division No. 5, Colorado. 1985 January 31. e40pp.
21 3 Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Consent Decree. Town of Breckenridge Consolidated Applications for Water Rights in the Blue River or its Tributaries. District Court, Water Division No. 5, Colorado. c. 1984. e60pp.
21 4 Report Synopsis. Colorado-Big Thompson Project. 1937 June 15. 33pp.
21 5 Iron Mountain Reservoir Project. Denver Board of Water Commissioners. 1983 June. e15pp.
21 6 Cost Update of Wolcott Reservoir Project. Denver Board of Water Commissioners. 1983 June. 10pp.
21 7 Review of Wolford Mountain Reservoir Project. Denver Board of Water Commissioners. 1983 June. e15pp.
21 8 Green Mountain Pumping Scheme. Denver Board of Water Commissioners. 1983 June. e15pp.
21 9 Draft Discussion Papers for West Slope Roundtable Members and the River District. 1984-1986. e60pp.
21 10 Joint Use Reservoir and Green Mountain Exchange Projects. Progress Report. 1986 January 15. 7pp.
21 11 Staff Recommendation of Projects for Permit Application Submission. Platte and Colorado River Storage Projects Participation Agreement. 1985 August. 28pp.
21 12 Decree and Stipulation. U.S. District Court, Colorado District. Consolidated Civil Case Numbers 2782, 5016, 5017. U.S.A. v. Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District. c. 1964. 6pp.
21 13 Agreement. Denver Water Board, Colorado River Water Conservation District and Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District. 1986. e30pp.
21 14 Supplement to Agreement of April 30, 1980 concerning the Windy Gap Project and the Azure Reservoir and Power Project. 1985 March 29. 16pp.
21 15 Operating Policy for Green Mountain Reservoir. 1983 December 22. 3pp.
21 16 Preliminary Draft. Green Mountain. Metropolitan Water Round Table EIS Task Force, EIS Coordinating Committee and Cooperating Agencies. 1984 January 17. e100pp.
21 17 Preliminary Draft. West Slope Storage. Metropolitan Water Round Table EIS Task Force, EIS Coordinating Committee and Cooperating Agencies. 1984 March 14. e50pp.
21 18 Miscellaneous Correspondence. Joint-Use Reservoir and Green Mountain Exchange. 1985-1987. e120pp.
21 19 Draft Summary Report. Joint-Use Reservoir and Green Mountain Exchange. 1987 April. e20pp.
21 20 Technical Appendixes A, B and C. Joint-Use Reservoir and Green Mountain Exchange. 1987 April. e160pp.
21 21 Draft Final Report. Joint-Use Reservoir and Green Mountain Exchange. 1987 April. e110pp.
21 22 Conveyance Facility. Design Notes, Drawings, Maps and Data. 1985-1986. e260pp.
21 23 "The Environmental Caucus Recommendations to the Denver Board of Water Commissioners Regarding Future Water Supply Scenarios." Colorado Environmental Caucus. 1986 January 16. e40pp.
21 24 Joint-Use Reservoir and Green Mountain Exchange Projects. Presentation to Board of Directors. Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. 1987 June 5. 23pp.
Tube 1D [Una Reservoir Project Presentation diagrams and maps]. 29 sheets. 36x34
Tube 2D 1 Wolcott -- Railroad at Eagle River and Alkali Creek. Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Right of Way and Track Map. Station 791 + 75 to Station 986 + 60. 112x25
Tube 2D 2 [Wolcott Reservoir topographic maps]. 14 sheets. 39x32
Tube 2D 3 [Wolcott Area maps and diagrams]. 10 sheets. 61x32
Tube 2D 4 [USGS contour map]. State Bridge Quadrangle and Lara Creek Quadrangle. 50x40
Tube 3D 1 [Una Reservoir Railroad and Road Relocation diagrams]. 4 sheets. 42x23
Tube 3D 2 Una Reservoir Project Location Map, Dam and Spillway Plan. 3 sheets. 33x27
Tube 3D 3 Wolford Mountain Sites. Gunnison River Basin Map. 40x36
Tube 3D 4 [USGS contour map]. Leadville. 32x22
Tube 3D 5 [USGS contour map]. Hinman Reservoir Quadrangle and Gunsight Pass Quadrangle. 50x40
Tube 4D Red Mountain. [Railroad Location map and County Road Relocation diagrams]. 4 sheets. 247x37
Tube 5D Blueprints for Willow Creek Dam, Azure Project, Kremmling Reservoir, Yeoman Park Reservoir, Troublesome Creek, Haypark and Rabbit Ears De Berar Reservoir. e80 sheets. 27x19
Tube 6D City of Aurora Collegiate Range Project. [Water Supply maps]. 6 sheets. 37x25
Tube 7D 1 [Wolford A presentation worksheets and topographic maps]. 22 sheets. 50x43
Tube 7D 2 [USGS contour map]. Kremmling and Junction Butte, Colorado. 50x40
Tube 8D 1 [Aerial blueline maps of the Azure Project]. 4 sheets. 44x37
Tube 8D 2 [Transparent overlays and topographic maps]. 3 sheets. 42x28
Tube 8D 3 [USGS contour map]. Gore Pass and Kremmling Quadrangles. 50x40
Tube 8D 4 [Presentation diagrams]. 7 sheets. 36x25
Tube 8D 5 [Azure Project topographic maps]. 4 sheets. 37x25
Tube 9D [Topographic maps]. Una. 13 sheets. 64x46
Oversize 2 Small Water Resources Revenue Bond 1997 Series A Bonds. Offset Printing Negatives. 20x15. 69 items
Oversize 2 Presentation maps and data. 17x11. e50 items
Oversize 2 Proposed Project Schedule. Joint-Use and Green Mountain Exchange Projects [mounted chart]. 41x22. 2 copies
Oversize 2 Joint-Use Reservoir and Green Mountain Exchange Project. Colorado Water Resource and Power Development Authority. [Schedule]. [mounted chart]. 40x28
Oversize 2 Green Mountain Reservoir to Dillon Conveyance [mounted map]. 40x32
Oversize 2 Map of Study Area [mounted]. 60x41
Subseries 1.5: San Luis Valley Confined Aquifer Study.
22 1 San Luis Valley Confined Aquifer Study. Phase I. Final Report. Loose draft. 1987 August. e100pp. VIEW
22 2 San Luis Valley Confined Aquifer Study (phase I). Executive Summary. Final Report. Prepared for Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority [by] HRS Water Consultants, Inc. with Robert E. Moran. 1987 August. e120pp. VIEW
22 3 San Luis Valley Confined Aquifer Study (phase I). Appendices. Final Report. Prepared for Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority [by] HRS Water Consultants, Inc. with Robert E. Moran. 1987 August. e240pp. VIEW
22 4 Feasibility Study. Plan of Study for Phase IB. 1987 January 22. e20pp. VIEW
22 5 Feasibility Study. Interim Task 1 Report with Appendices. 1986 August 19. e120pp. VIEW
22 6 Feasibility Study. Task 2 (and Subtask 2-A). 1986. e60pp. VIEW
22 7 Feasibility Study. Interim Task 2 Report / Appendixes. 1987 April. e170pp. VIEW
22 8 Feasibility Study. Task 4. 1986 June 20. 10pp. VIEW
22 9 Feasibility Study. Task 5. 1987 June. e60pp. VIEW
22 10 Feasibility Study. Task 8 (Concluding Memorandum In-Situ). 1986. e50pp. VIEW
22 11 Reports/Permits/Studies. "Impact of Increasing Streamflow in the Rio Grande River." Draft. 1984 December. e100pp. VIEW
22 12 Reports/Permits/Studies. Water Rights Filing on the Baca Grant Ranch. 1986-1987. e70pp. VIEW
22 13 Reports/Permits/Studies. Preliminary Interpretation of Data from Well No. 1-19. 1986 December. e20pp. VIEW
23 1 Cropcast Crop Report. 1985 July 12. e40pp. VIEW
23 2 Graham, L. Phil. "A Look at the Rio Grande Compact." Paper written for EA 575: Water Law. Colorado State University. 1984 April. e40pp. VIEW
23 3 Plan of Study. Rio Grande and Tributaries. Water Conservation / Management. 1983 March. 40pp. VIEW
23 4 "The San Luis Valley Project." Dedication Brochure. 1985 October 19. 10pp. VIEW
23 5 Inventory of Maps. Case No. W-3466. District Court, Water Division 3, Colorado. 2pp., 1 map VIEW
23 6 Inventory of Exhibits. Case No. W-3466. District Court, Water Division 3, Colorado. e40pp. VIEW
23 7 Inventory of Endorsed Maps, Inventory of Endorsed Exhibits. Case No. W-3466. District Court, Water Division 3, Colorado. 14pp. VIEW
23 8-13 San Luis Valley Confined Aquifer Study. Background Documentation. 1986-1987. e800pp. 6 volumes Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3 Volume 4 Volume 5 Volume 6
25 1 Overheads and presentation material. 1987. e20 pieces
25 2 Geologic Quadrangle Maps [Colorado locations]. 2 maps in separate envelopes
25 3 Emery, P.A., A.J. Boettcher, R.J. Snipes and H.J. McIntyre, Jr. "Hydrology of the San Luis Valley, South-Central Colorado." USGS Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA-381. 1971. 2 sheets
25 4 [Miscellaneous logs]. 12 pieces
25 5 San Luis Valley Confined Aquifer Study Final Report (Phase I). Executive Summary. 1987 August. 16pp. VIEW
25 6 San Luis Valley Confined Aquifer Study (Phase I). Appendixes. 1987 August. e90pp.
25 7 San Luis Valley Confined Aquifer Study (Phase I). Submittal of Supporting Materials for Task 1 Analysis. 1986 December 9. e60pp.
25 8 Water Pumping and Transmission Cost and Analysis. PNM-EPE. Site Selection Study. Step 3e. 1975 July 21. e70pp.
25 9-10 San Luis Valley Confined Aquifer Study (Phase I). Interim Task 2 Report. 1987. e300pp. VIEW
25 11 San Luis Valley Confined Aquifer Study (Phase I). Interim Task 5 Report. 1987. e100pp. VIEW
25 12 Overheads and presentation materials. 10 overheads and 7pp.
25 13 Presentation materials and overlays. c. 1987. 11x17. 25 pieces
26 San Luis Valley. Proj. No. 4332. Task 1. Sensitivity Logs. 11x15 computer printouts. 1 large binder plus 1 loose printout
Tube 1E San Luis Valley Confined Aquifer Study Maps. 6 sheets. 37x24
Tube 2E San Luis Valley Confined Aquifer Study Maps. Baca Grande Ranch Water Requirements. May 7, 1986 [series index printed on first sheet]. 7 sheets. 43x34
Tube 3E San Luis Valley Confined Aquifer Study Maps [overlays and offset printing negatives]. e50 pieces. 22x19
Oversize 3 San Luis Valley Confined Aquifer Study Maps or Presentation Material [mounted map of study area]. 49x38
Subseries 1.6: Cherry Creek Water Resources Project.
27 1 Cherry Creek Water Resources Project. Executive Summary. Draft. 1987 October 16. e20pp.
27 2 Cherry Creek Water Resources Project. Phase I Feasibility Study. Final Report. Prepared for the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority [by] Morrison-Knudsen Engineers, Inc. 1987 December. e70pp.; includes 2 topographic maps VIEW
27 3 Cherry Creek Water Resources Project. Phase I Feasibility Study. Appendixes. 1987 December. e280pp.
27 4 Cherry Creek Water Resources Project. Phase I Feasibility Study. Supporting Data. 1987 December. 3 volumes. e960pp.
28 1 Cherry Creek Water Resources Project. Phase I Feasibility Study. Plan of Study. 1986 September 19. e30pp.
28 2 Proposed Scope of Work for Feasibility Study (Phase IB). 1988 March. 8pp.
28 3 Task 1 Memorandum. 1987 January. e90pp.
28 4 Task 3 Memorandum. 1987 May. e50pp. 2 copies, 1 bound, 1 loose
28 5 Task 4 Memorandum. 1987 July. e70pp.
28 6 Task 5 Memorandum. 1987 July. e110pp.
28 7 Draft Work Plan, Pre-feasibility Study, Parker Water and Sanitation District, Parker Reservoir No. 1 Water Storage System. Project No. 5057 [includes references and news articles]. 1986 March 4. Loose-leaf binder, e120pp.
28 8 Parker Water and Sanitation District, Parker, Colorado. Report on Examination. 1984 December 31. 19pp.
28 9 Parker Water and Sanitation District. Application for Water Rights, Attachments A-F. Contract for Feasibility Study [blank]. e50pp.
28 10 Parker Water and Sanitation District. Record of Proceedings. 1986 February 12. 3pp.
28 11 Charles S. Content. "Eastern Slope Survey, Colorado. Report on Geology and Diamond Drilling of: Cherry Creek Project." U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. 1937 August. 63pp.
28 12 Preliminary Study of Future Water Supply Source Options. Parker Water and Sanitation District. 1985 December. e60pp.
28 13 Draft Work Plan, Pre-feasibility Study, Parker Water and Sanitation District. Parker Reservoir No. 1 Water Storage System. Project No. 5057. 1986 March 4. e20pp.
28 14 Master Water and Sanitary Sewer Plan. Parker Water and Sanitation District. 1985 August. e160pp.
28 15 Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Management Master Plan (Revised 1989). 1989. e60pp.
28 16 Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Management Master Plan. 1985 September. 47pp.
28 17 Castlewood Canyon State Park General Management Plan. 1981 March 20. 103pp.
28 18 Cherry Creek Water Resources Project Public Meeting. Agenda. [Presentation materials]. 1986 September 24. e30pp.
Tube 1F Cherry Creek Water Resources Project Maps [USGS topographic maps].
Tube 1F Front Range Urban Corridor. Sheet 1 of 3. Boulder -- Fort Collins -- Greeley Area. 1972. 36x29
Tube 1F Front Range Urban Corridor. Sheet 2 of 3. Greater Denver Area. 1972. 36x29
Tube 1F Front Range Urban Corridor. Sheet 3 of 3. Colorado Springs -- Castle Rock Area . 1972. 39x21
Tube 1F Castle Rock South, Colo . 1965 Photorevised 1978. 27x22
Oversize 4 Mounted Topographic Map [Denver and the region to the west]. 40x33
Oversize 4 Cherry Creek Water Resources Project [mounted presentation poster showing project options]. 36x24
Subseries 1.7: Clear Creek Project.
29 1 Clear Creek Project. Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Summary Report. 1987 November. e30pp. VIEW
29 2 Clear Creek Project. Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Final Report. Vol. 1. Prepared for Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. Prepared by Tudor Engineering Company. 1987 November. e160pp. VIEW
29 3 Clear Creek Project. Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Final Report -- Appendixes. Volume II. 1987 November. e190pp. VIEW
29 4 Clear Creek Project. Phase I, Step 2 -- Feasibility Study. Summary Report. 1989 June. e20pp. VIEW
29 5 Clear Creek Project. Phase I, Step 2 -- Feasibility Study. Final Report. Prepared for Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. Prepared by Tudor Engineering Company. 1989 June. e80pp. VIEW
29 6 Clear Creek Project. Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Plan of Study. 1986 July 14. e50pp.
29 7 Clear Creek Project. Phase I, Step 2 -- Feasibility Study. Plan of Study. 1988 March. e50pp.
29 8 Clear Creek Feasibility Study. Status Report. [Monthly reports]. 1986-1989. e100pp.
29 9 Phase I, Step 2 -- Feasibility Study. Final Report -- Appendixes. 1989 June. e140pp.
29 10 Phase I, Step 2 -- Feasibility Study. Final Report. 1989 June. e120pp.
29 11 Phase I Feasibility Study. Summary Memorandum No. 1 [with three earlier drafts]. 1986 December 4. e100pp.
29 12 Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Final Report -- Appendixes. Volume II. 1987 November. e120pp.
30 1 Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Summary Memorandum No. 2 [with three earlier drafts]. 1987 February 25. e240pp.
30 2 Phase I, Step 2 -- Feasibility Study. Draft. 1988 September 9. e30pp.
30 3 Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Summary Memorandum No. 3. 1986 December 23. e70pp.
30 4 Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Presentation to Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. 22pp.
30 5 Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Summary Memorandum No. 3. 1987 February 20. e70pp.
30 6 Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Summary Memorandum No. 4. 1987 January 15. e50pp.
30 7 Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Summary Memorandum No. 4. 1987 March 16. e70pp. 2 copies
30 8 Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Summary Memorandum No. 5. 1987 April 13. e140pp.
30 9 Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Step 1 -- Summary Report. 1987 July 20. e40pp. 2 copies
30 10 Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Step 1 -- Summary Report. 1987 October. e40pp.
30 11 Phase I, Step 2 -- Feasibility Study. Dam Layouts and Costs. 1989 February 1. e20pp.
30 12 Phase I, Step 2 -- Feasibility Study. 1989 February 17. e30pp.
30 13 Phase I, Step 2 -- Feasibility Study. 1989 May 17. e25pp.
30 14 Burns, Kim, Lillie L. Fuller, Mark Gage, Edward Mann, and Patrick McGraw. "Clear Creek Proposed Dam Project Environmental Impact Assessment." Geog 4420/5220. Department of Urban and Regional Planning, School of Architecture and Planning, University of Colorado at Denver. 153pp.
30 15 Clear Creek Project. U.S. 6 Analysis Calculations. c. 1989. e140pp.
30 16 Record of Decision for Northeast Resource Management Plan. U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management. Canon City District, Colorado. Northeast Resource Area. 1986 September. e100pp.
31 1 Amendment Sheep Mountain Quarry Application. 1991 April 8. e100pp.
31 2 Izett, Glen A. and C.S. Venable Barclay. "Geologic Map of the Kremmling Quadrangle, Grand County, Colorado." USGS. 1973.
31 3 Sims, P. K. and D. J. Gable. "Geology of Precambrian Rocks, Central City District, Colorado". 1964. 52pp. plus map
31 4 Braddock, William A. "Geology of the Empire Quadrangle. Grand, Gilpin, and Clear Creek Counties, Colorado". 1969. 56pp. plus map
31 5 Clear Creek County, Colorado. 1:50 000-scale topographic map
31 6 Gilpin County, Colorado. 1:50 000-scale topographic map
31 7 Van Horn, Richard. "Superficial and Bedrock Geologic Map of the Golden Quadrangle, Jefferson County, Colorado." USGS. 1972.
31 8 Sheridan, Douglas M. and Sherman P. Marsh. "Geologic Map of the Squaw Pass Quadrangle, Clear Creek, Jefferson, and Gilpin Counties, Colorado." USGS. 1976.
31 9 Trimble, Donald E. and Michael N. Machette. "Geologic Map of the Greater Denver Area, Front Range Urban Corridor, Colorado." USGS. 1979.
31 10 Bryant, Bruce, Laura W. McGrew and Reinhard A. Wobus. "Geologic Map of the Denver 1 x 2 Quadrangle, North-Central Colorado." USGS. 1981.
31 11 Sheridan, Douglas M., John C. Reed, Jr. and Bruce Bryant. "Geologic Map of the Evergreen Quadrangle, Jefferson County, Colorado." USGS. 1972.
31 12 Taylor, Richard B. "Geologic Map of the Black Hawk Quadrangle, Gilpin, Jefferson, and Clear Creek Counties, Colorado." USGS. 1976.
31 13 Interim Report. Blue -- South Platte Project, Colorado. Appendix G -- Flood Control. U.S. Department of the Interior. 1948 June. 3pp.
31 14 Flood Plain Information Report. Metropolitan Region. Denver, Colorado. Volume III: Technical Appendix. Bear and Clear Creeks, South Platte River Basin. 1966 January. e40pp.
31 15 Flood Plain Information Report. Metropolitan Region. Denver, Colorado. Volume III: Summary Report. Bear and Clear Creeks, South Platte River Basin. 1966 January. e20pp.
31 16 Flood Insurance Study. City of Golden, Colorado. Jefferson County. c. 1983. e50pp.
31 17 Flood Insurance Study. City of Idaho Springs, Colorado. Clear Creek County. 1978 May. e20pp.
31 18 Salcedo, Tracy. "Canyon's conservation urged." The Canyon Courier. 1988 October 5. pp. 1-2
31 19 Cantwell, Rebecca. "State studies damming of Clear Creek." Rocky Mountain News. 1988 September 4. pp. 1, 6, 17
31 20 Armitage, Diane. "Dam proposal dammed by Gilpin residents." The Mountain-Ear. 1988 September 22. pp. 5-6
31 21 Flood Boundary and Floodway Map. City of Idaho Springs, Colorado. Clear Creek County.
31 22 Interim Report No. 3. U.S. Highway 6 Evaluation. 1989 February 6. e30pp.
31 23 Interim Report No. 3. U.S. Highway 6 Evaluation. 1988 August 9. e25pp.
31 24 Clear Creek Project: Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Summary Report. 1987 June 9. e60pp
31 25 Analysis of the Water Quality of Clear Creek Above Golden, Colorado, and of Its Significance for Possible Future Impoundment of Clear Creek. 1986 December 15. 73pp.
31 26 Centennial Dam Site. Clear Creek Canyon, Colorado. c. 1988. 11pp.
31 27 Review of Phase 1, Step 2 -- Feasibility Study, Chapter 2. 1988 October 27. e20pp.
31 28 Topographic Map. Evergreen Quadrangle, Colorado -- Jefferson County.
32 1 Summary Report. Clear Creek Project. Phase I, Step 2 -- Feasibility Study. 1989 June. e40pp.
32 2 Clear Creek Cost Estimates. 1986 November. e120pp.
32 3 Section 7, "Geotechnical Assessment," through Section 13, "Conclusions and Recommendations". e90pp.
32 4 Clear Creek Project Formulation. e80pp.
32 5 Clear Creek Project. Volume 1 -- Step 1. Hydrology and Modeling. Back Up Information. Cheryl Signs Engineering. 1987. e220pp.
32 6 Clear Creek Study Software and Documentation Step #2. e80pp. plus diskettes. [Diskettes removed--see CD in box 17]
32 7 Clear Creek Project. U.S. Highway 6 Relocation. e40pp.
32 8 Clear Creek Project. Volume 7, Step 2. Dam Layout, Geology, Hydrology and Costs. e120pp.
32 9 Clear Creek Project [manila envelope]. Transparencies, Aerial Photos. e40 pieces
32 10 Application for Feasibility Study Funding. 1983 August. e40pp.
32 11 Overheads and presentation materials [in manila envelope]. e25 pieces
32 12 Summary Report Graphics. 5 presentation maps
32 13 Final Report Graphics. 13 presentation maps
Tube 1G Clear Creek Project. 1989 June. e30 topographic maps. 74x37
Tube 2G Clear Creek Project. 1989 June. e25 topographic maps. 38x26
Tube 3G Clear Creek Project. 1989 June. e35 topographic maps. 42x30
Tube 4G Clear Creek Project Blueprints. e20 topographic map overlays, including dam designs. 42x31
Oversize 5 Large mounted topographic map, folded twice. Shows area from Denver west to the continental divide. Folded size 40x32
Subseries 1.8: Fraser River Basin.
33 1 Fraser River Basin. Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Summary Report. 1989 December. 15pp.
33 2 Fraser River Basin. Phase I Feasibility Study. Final Report. [Prepared for] Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority [by] CH2M Hill. 1989 December. e300pp. VIEW
33 3 Fraser River Basin. Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Technical Appendix. 1989 December. e200pp.
33 4 Drafts of summary reports. 1988 January 6. e60pp.
33 5 Draft Task 5 Report. 1988 March 14. e30pp.
33 6 Draft Task Report 6.0 Storable Flows. 1988 May. e50pp.
33 7 Draft Task Report 9.0 Reservoir Reconnaissance. 1988 July. e75pp.
33 8 Chapter 10 Technical Memorandum Plan Elements. 1988 October. e130pp.
33 9 Chapter 11 Plan Formulation and Evaluation. 1988 October. 22pp.
33 10 Task Report 12.0 Recommended Plan. 1989 January. 36pp.
33 11 Task Report 12.0 Recommended Plans (Amended). 1989 February. 43pp.
33 12 Geotechnical Investigations Volume 1. e300pp.
33 13 Geotechnical Investigations Volume 2. e300pp.
34 1 Meeting Minutes/Memos/Progress Reports. c. 1988-1989. e375pp.
34 2 Correspondence In/Out Phone. c. 1988-1989. e360pp.
34 3 Agreements. c. 1987-1989. e225pp.
34 4 Technical Appendix Draft. c. 1988. e150pp.
34 5 Frick, Ford. C. and Rubinstein, Harvey L. "The Contribution of Skiing to the Colorado Economy. Grand County Case Study". 1982 August. 34pp.
35 1 [Clippings and maps]. c. 1989. e25pp.
35 2 Originals. Final Report, Summary Report, Technical Appendix, All Figures [additional material]. c. 1989. e300pp.
35 3 Phase I Feasibility Study [Draft. Loose sheets]. 1988 January 13. e300pp.
35 4 Figures for Phase I Feasibility Study, Final Report, Tech. Appendix. 1989 December. e20 items
Tube 1H Fraser River Basin Maps.
Tube 1H Cameron Mountain, Colorado. USGS. 1956. 22x18
Tube 1H DeWeese Reservoir [topographic map]. 24x18
Tube 1H DeWeese Reservoir No. 2. 1907. 24x18
Tube 1H Jack Hall Mtn., Colorado. USGS. 1983. 27x22
Tube 1H Westcliff, Colorado. USGS. 1965. 27x22
Tube 1H Nathrop, Colorado. USGS. 1983. 27x22
Tube 1H Moffat Tunnel System. 66x36
Oversize 6 [Maps, charts and display items, mounted]. 24x18. 9 pieces
Oversize 6 Reservoir Sites [map with transparent overlay, mounted]. 46x31
Subseries 1.9: Upper Gunnison - Uncompahgre Basin.
36 1 Upper Gunnison - Uncompahgre Basin. Phase I -- Feasibility Study. Summary Report. 1989 May. e45pp. VIEW
36 2 Upper Gunnison - Uncompahgre Basin. Phase I Feasibility Study. Final Report. Vol. 1. Submitted to Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. Prepared by HDR Engineering, Inc. 1989 May. e250pp. VIEW
36 3 Upper Gunnison - Uncompahgre Basin. Phase I Feasibility Study. Final Report Appendices. Vol. II. Submitted to Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. Prepared by HDR Engineering, Inc. 1989 May. e100pp. VIEW
36 4 In-Basin Sites. Pumped Storage/Plan Formulation/Cost Estimating Data/Plan Evaluation. e360pp.
36 5 Task 5. Fishery Studies/Fishery Opt. Streamflow/Camping/Waterfowl/Water Quality/Rafting. e280pp.
36 6 Transmountain Diversion. e240pp.
36 7 Demand Projections. Existing Facilities/Ag Demands/Power Demands/M and I Demands/GIS -- General. e240pp.
36 8 Report Guidelines/Bibliography/Financing Strategy/Evaluation Criteria/Non-Structural Elements/Geology/Conventional Hydro. e280pp.
37 1 Gunnison Basin. Sponsor/Local Districts. Correspondence/U.S. Department of the Interior (Bureau of Reclamation). 1986-1989. e60pp. VIEW
37 2 Phase I Feasibility Study. Plan of Study. 1987 April 23. e60pp. VIEW
37 3 Phase I Feasibility Study. Task Memorandum No. 1. 1987 November. e120pp. 2 copies VIEW
37 4 Phase I Feasibility Study. Task Memorandum No. 3. 1988 January. e100pp.
37 5 Phase I Feasibility Study. Task Memorandum No. 3. 1988 February. e200pp. 2 copies VIEW
37 6 Phase I Feasibility Study. Task Memorandum No. 4. Recreation and Environmental Enhancement Opportunities. 1988 March. e120pp. VIEW
37 7 Phase I Feasibility Study. Task Memorandum No. 5. 1988 May. e90pp. VIEW
37 8 Phase I Feasibility Study. Task Memorandum No. 6. 1988 November. e130pp. VIEW
37 9-10 Phase I Feasibility Study. Final Report. 1989 February. e180pp. 2 copies
37 11-12 Phase I Feasibility Study. Final Report -- Appendices. 1989 February. e80pp. 2 copies
37 13 Phase I Feasibility Study. Summary Report. 1989 February. e40pp. 2 copies
37 14 Hydrologic Modeling Computer Information [printout of computer files]. 1989. e80pp.
38 1 Phase I Feasibility Study. Task Memorandum No. 5 [original copy, loose]. 1988 May. e190pp.
38 2 Upper Gunnison -- Uncompahgre Basin Study. Public Meeting Presentation. 1988 December 14. e20pp. VIEW
38 3 Phase I Feasibility Study. Task Memorandum No. 6 [original copy, loose]. 1988 November. e280pp.
38 4 Phase I Feasibility Study. Summary Report [original copy, loose]. 1989 February. e80pp.
38 5-6 Phase I Feasibility Study. Final Report [original copy, loose]. 1989 February. e360pp.
38 7 Phase I Feasibility Study. Final Report -- Appendices [original copy, loose]. 1989 February. e140pp.
38 8-9 Phase I Feasibility Study. Final Report [master copy, loose]. 1989 May. e360pp.
39 1 Phase I Feasibility Study. Task Memorandum No. 4 [original copy, loose]. March 1988. e300pp.
39 2 Phase I Feasibility Study. Final Report -- Appendices [master copy, loose]. 1989 February. e90pp.
39 3 Phase I Feasibility Study. Final Report -- Appendices. 1989 February. e80pp.
39 4 Phase I Feasibility Study. Summary Report [master copy, loose]. e90pp.
39 5 [Figures for Task Memorandum No. 4. Maps and charts]. 1989 April. 21 sheets
39 6 Upper Gunnison -- Uncompahgre Study [basin maps]. 1987 October. 13 sheets
39 7 Gunnison Basin Public Involvement. Data Repositories. 1987 December 10. 1p. 3 copies
39 8 Gunnison. General Mailing List. 1987 November 25. 4pp.
39 9 Gunnison. Technical Steering Committee Mail List. 3pp.
39 10 Gunnison Basin Public Involvement. Public Records [Correspondence and Public Records Request forms]. 1989-1991. e120pp.
39 11 Folded maps. e30 maps and brochures
43 1 1985 Development Work for the Upper Gunnison Project. 1986 January. e50pp.
43 2 Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan. 1986. e80pp.
43 3 Wildlife in the 1980s: 1986 Annual Report to the People of Colorado. 1986. 24pp.
43 4 Upper Gunnison Project, Colorado. Banana Ranch Damsite Feasibility Geology Report. 1970 April. e20pp.
43 5 Bostwick Park Project, Colorado. Definite Plan Report. 1965 December. 50pp.
43 6 Upper Gunnison Project, Colorado. Cement Creek Damsite Feasibility Construction Materials Report. 1970 March. e20pp.
43 7 The Collegiate Range Project: A Situation Assessment. 1987 July 8. 42pp.
43 8 The Collegiate Range Project. 1986 July. e15pp.
43 9 Water Rights Evaluation in the Gunnison River Basin. Collegiate Range Project. 1985 October. 36pp. 2 copies
43 10 Colorado Black Canyon Area Economic Development District. Regional Profile. e20pp.
43 11 Colorado River Simulation System. System Overview. U.S. Department of the Interior. 1987 May. e70pp.
43 12 Colorado River Simulation System. Executive Summary. U.S. Department of the Interior. 1987 April. 10pp.
43 13 Colorado Stream Data Bank User's Guide. Second edition. 1986 December. 34pp.
43 14 Competing Application for License for Major Project -- Existing Dam. AB Lateral Hydro Project. 1984. e200pp.
43 15 Concluding Report. Upper Gunnison Project -- Colorado. 1973 August. 82pp.
43 16 Concluding Report. Peaking Power Generation. Blue Mesa Dam, Colorado. 1981 February. 63pp.
44 1 Upper Gunnison Project, Colorado. Crookton Canal. Feasibility Geology Report. 1970 September. e20pp.
44 2 The Curecanti Unit of the Colorado River Storage Project. Colorado. Recreation Potential. National Park Service. 1965 July. 40pp.
44 3 Curecanti Unit of the Colorado River Storage Project. Special Report. 1956 February. 9pp.
44 4 Curecanti Instream Flow Water Rights Study. 1986 December. e50pp.
44 5 Data for Feasibility Design. Paragon Diversion Dam. Upper Gunnison Project, Colorado. e10pp.
44 6 East/Slake River Study. Summary Report. Draft. 1986-1987. e50pp.
44 7 Johnson, Donn M. and Richard G. Walsh. "Economic Benefits and Costs of the Fish Stocking Program at Blue Mesa Reservoir, Colorado." CSU Technical Report No. 49. 1987 December . e20pp.
44 8 Upper Gunnison Project, Colorado. Elko Damsite Feasibility Construction Materials Report. 1970 March. e20pp.
44 9 Nehring, R. Barry. "Evaluation of Instream Flow Methods and Determination of Water Quantity Needs for Streams in the State of Colorado". 1979 September. 144pp.
44 10 Recovery Implementation Program for Endangered Fish Species in the Upper Colorado River Basin. Environmental Assessment. Final. 1987 November. e80pp.
44 11 Fish and Wildlife 2000: A Plan for the Future. Bureau of Land Management. 30pp.
44 12 Wiltzius, William J. "Fish Culture and Stocking in Colorado, 1872-1978." Colorado Division of Wildlife. Division Report No. 12. 1985 June. 102pp.
44 13 Fruitland Mesa Project, Colorado. Feasibility Report. 1980 October. e120pp.
44 14 Functional Design Report. Whitewater Bypass and Fish Passage Facility. Horseshoe Bend Hydroelectric Project. 1987 January. e80pp.
44 15 Grand Mesa Project. Feasibility Study. 1982 September. e120pp.
44 16 Grand Mesa Water Supply Study. Final Report. 1986 December. e100pp.
44 17 Bovee, Ken D. "A Guide to Stream Habitat Analysis Using the Instream Flow Incremental Methodology." Instream Flow Information Paper No. 12. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1982 June. 248pp.
44 18 High Mountain Aquifer Study, Colorado. Plan of Study. 1985 September. e60pp.
44 19 Upper Gunnison Project, Colorado. Hinkle Damsite Feasibility Geology Report. 1970 June. e15pp.
44 20 Initial Development. Gunnison -- Arkansas Project, Roaring Fork Division -- Colorado. Bureau of Reclamation, Region 7. Project Planning Report No. 7-8a.49-1. 1950 January. 126pp. 2 copies
44 21 Gunnison -- Arkansas Project. Colorado Interim Report, Appendix D. Bureau of Reclamation, Region 7. Project Planning Report No. 7-8a.49-0. 1948 June. 117pp. 2 copies
44 22 Location and Cost Comparisons. Upper Gunnison Project Features. 1984 November. e20pp.
45 1 Master Plan for the Gunnison Main Project. 1976 May. e60pp.
45 2 Peaking Power -- What is it? Bureau of Reclamation. e40pp.
45 3 Potential Hydroelectric Development. Uncompahgre Project, Colorado. 1947 April. 30pp.
45 4 Stream Fishery Studies. State of Colorado Department of Game, Fish and Parks. 1966 February 15. 166pp.
45 5 Raw Data. CWCB Instream Flow Project. 2 large folders. e780pp.
45 6 Ridgway Dam Hydropower Project. Preliminary Engineering Report. 1984 August. e100pp.
45 7 Examination Report for Taylor Park Dam -- Safety Evaluation of Existing Dams (SEED). Uncompahgre Project, Colorado Memorandum. 1987 March 20. e20pp.
45 8 Examination Report for Taylor Park Dam -- Safety Evaluation of Existing Dams (SEED). Uncompahgre Project, Colorado Memorandum. 1984 February 21. e60pp.
46 1 Two Forks. Environmental Protection and Mitigation Plan. 1987 June. 23pp.
46 2 Ten-Year Coordinated Plan Summary, 1987-1996. 1987 May. 77pp.
46 3 Uncompahgre Project, Colorado. Project History. 1982. 151pp.
46 4 Union Park Pumped Storage Hydroelectric Power Project. Application for Preliminary Permit. 1987 August. e40pp. 2 copies, 1 bound, 1 loose
46 5 Union Park Pumped Storage Project. Feasibility Study. 1985 March 15. e200pp. 2 copies
46 6 Union Park Pumped Storage Transmission Study. c. 1985. e100pp.
46 7 Union Park/Rocky Point Pumped Storage Hydroelectric Project. Project Development Requirements. 1986 January. e80pp.
46 8 Union Park Water Supply Project. Reconnaissance Evaluation Study. 1986 October. e80pp. 2 copies
46 9 Upper Gunnison Ditch Inventories. 1978. e100pp.
46 10 Upper Gunnison Project, Colorado. Concluding Report. 1973 August. 83pp.
46 11 Upper Gunnison Project, Colorado. Reconnaissance Report. 1964 March. 49pp.
46 12 Water and Related Land Resources. Gunnison River Basin -- Colorado. 1962 November. e100pp.
46 13 Water Supply System Evaluation and Implementation Plan. Prepared for the City of Gunnison. 1981 November. 83pp.
46 14 Western Colorado Projects Review. Summaries of Western Slope Water Projects. 1985 June. 121pp.
46 15 Western Colorado Projects Review. Summaries of Bureau of Reclamation Western Slope Water Projects. 1987 March. 81pp.
47 1 Binder 1. Basin Model. Model Development/Black Canyon Flows/Requests for Modeling/Water Rights Decrees. 1987-1989. e320pp. VIEW
47 2 Binder 2. Public Participation. Fact Sheet/TSC/AC/Public Meetings/Basin Interviews/Comments on Reports/Miscellaneous Issues. 1987-1988. e300pp. VIEW
47 3 Binder 3. Demand for Recreation. Use Date/Demand Forecasts/Tourism in Colorado. 1985-1987. e180pp. VIEW
47 4 Binder 4. Fishery Management Objective/Questionnaire Responses / Enhancements / Workshop / Environmental Impact / Landowner Survey / Fish Stocking / Endangered Species / Waterfowl / Recreation Use Data. 1987-1988. e360pp. VIEW
47 5 Binder 5. Fishery Studies, Volume 1 of 2. Data Collection and Stream Characterizations. Uncompahgre Basin / Lower Gunnison -- North / Lower Gunnison -- South / Blue Mesa -- North / Blue Mesa -- South / Tomichi Creek / Gunnison River / East River. 1976-1987. e240pp. VIEW
47 6 Binder 6. Fishery Studies, Volume 2 of 2. Data Collection and Stream Characterizations. Taylor River / Upper Taylor River / Responses to Questionnaires / Personal Communications / Landowner Interviews / Correspondence. 1978-1987. e200pp. VIEW
47 7 Binder 7. Gunnison Study. Project Related Publicity. 1987-1989. e200pp. VIEW
47 8 Binder 8. Gunnison Study. TSC and AC. Volume I. 1986-1988. e240pp. VIEW
47 9 Binder 9. Gunnison Study. TSC and AC. Volume II. 1988-1989. e120pp. VIEW
48 1 Binder 10. Gunnison Study. Task Information. 1987. e200pp. VIEW
48 2 Binder 11. Gunnison Study. Hydrology. 1985-1988. e200pp. VIEW
48 3 Binder 12. Gunnison Study. Cost Estimates for Transmountain Diversion Projects. 1988. e240pp. VIEW
48 4 Binder 13. Gunnison Study. Project Management. 1986-1987. e120pp. VIEW
48 5 Binder 14. Gunnison Study. Meeting Notes. 1986-1989. e240pp. VIEW
48 6 Binder 15. Screening Criteria / Miscellaneous Report Input / Phase II POS. 1988-1989. e80pp. VIEW
48 7 Binder 16. Gunnison Study. Cost Estimates. 1980-1990. e160pp. VIEW
50 1 Gunnison-Uncompahgre Basin Study [oversize computer printout in binder]. e160pp.
50 2 Upper Gunnison - Uncompahgre Basin Study. Complete Listing of Decreed Conditional Diversion Rights and Storage Rights [oversize computer printout]. 1987 August 24. e20pp.
50 3 Colorado Water Conservation Board. Instream Flow Appropriations [oversize computer printout]. 1988 January. 30pp.
50 4 List of USBR maps and aerial photos [oversize computer printout]. 1987 August 17. 91pp.
50 5 Gunnison - Uncompahgre Basin Study. 6505-001-050. Hydrological Data [oversize binder of computer printouts]. e160pp.
50 6 District 28, 40, 41, 42, 59, 62, 68. Water Rights [oversize binder of computer printouts]. 1984 July 1. e160pp.
51 1 Supplemental Study to Water Supply Master Planning Report for Montrose, Colorado. 1967 March 02. e20pp.
51 2 Gunnison Basin. Reports / Permits / Studies. Curecanti Instream Flow Water Rights Study / WBLA, Inc.. 1986 December. e60pp.
51 3 Gunnison Basin. Reports / Permits / Studies. Analysis of Union Park and Sierra Madre Proposals -- Board of Water Commissioners. 1986 December. e40pp.
51 4 Gunnison Basin. Reports / Permits / Studies. Draft Environmental Assessment Uncompahgre Valley Hydropower Project. Bureau of Reclamation. 1988 March. e50pp.
Tube 1I Upper Gunnison - Uncompahgre Basin. Map of Gunnison River Basin. 36x24
Oversize 7 Upper Gunnison - Uncompahgre Basin Study. Public Meeting Presentation [mounted presentation posters]. 1988 December 14. 9 pieces. 41x33
Oversize 7 Upper Gunnison - Uncompahgre Basin [mounted presentation maps]. 5 pieces. 41x30
Oversize 7 Upper Gunnison - Uncompahgre Basin [mounted presentation maps, folded]. 2 pieces. Folded size 42x30
Subseries 1.10: Miscellaneous maps and posters.
Tube 1J 1 Surface-Water and Related-Land Resources Development in the United States and Puerto Rico [map]. 63x41
Tube 1J 2 Hydrologic Unit Map. State of Colorado. 1974. 58x41
Tube 1J 3 State of Colorado. Base Map with Highways and Contours. 1974. 58x42. 2 copies
Tube 1J 4 State of Colorado. Shaded Relief Map. 54x42
Tube 1J 5 State of Colorado. Base Map. 27x21
Tube 1J 6 [Photocopies of a portion of a San Juan National Forest topographic map]. 17x2. 2 copies
Tube 2J Using Remote Sensing to Estimate Tree Cover and Carbon Stocks in Forests. NASA [poster]. 39x25
Tube 3J 10th Annual Children's Water Festival. Central Colorado Water Conservancy District [poster]. 30x24
Tube 4J "Give it the Treatment it Deserves." The Sear Brown Group. Water and Wastewater Services Division [poster]. 39x19
Roll 1J Arizona Water [laminated map]. 42x33


Series 2: Papers, speeches, and seminars, 1960-1985 and undated (0.5 linear feet)

This series contains papers, speeches and seminars written and given by Ival Goslin. Subjects include water compacts, Colorado River history, water planning, and Rainbow Bridge litigation. This series is arranged in chronological order.
Box Folder
51 5 Remarks at Glen Canyon Damsite. 1960 June 17. 2pp. VIEW
51 6 Discussion of a paper entitled: "Water requirements and water policy". 1960 August 22. 10pp. VIEW
51 7 Comments on "Upper Basin reservoir filling criteria". 1961 April 13. 13pp. VIEW
51 8 "Recreation and Reclamation". 1961 November 30. 7pp. VIEW
51 9 "Water resources and needs in areas of abundance, Upper Colorado River Basin". 1964 September 17. 14pp. VIEW
51 10 "The interstate compact--Upper Colorado River Basin". 1965 August 6. 17pp. VIEW
51 11 "Water needs of the Pacific Slope, Utah." Reprinted from Journal, American Water Works Association, vol. 57, no. 10. 1965 October. 12pp.
51 12 "The Interstate compact as an instrument for western water development." In Strategies for Western Regional Water Development. Los Angeles: U of California P. 1966. 11pp.
51 13 "Colorado River Basin planning". 1967 August 30. 9pp. VIEW
51 14 Seminar: "Water for the West". 1967 October 11. 8pp. VIEW
51 15 "Colorado River situation". 1971 February 26. 8pp. VIEW
51 16 "Vital role of Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell". 1971 April 1. 19pp. VIEW
51 17 "Rainbow Bridge litigation". 1971 October 19. 11pp. VIEW
51 18 "Effects of implementation". 1973 September 21. 5pp. VIEW
51 19 "Outline history of Colorado River Development". 1974 February 28. 60pp. 2 copies VIEW
51 20 "Outline of early history of Colorado River development". 1976 July 20. 23pp. VIEW
51 21 "Meeting the requirements of the Mexican Treaty and the Colorado River Basin Salinity Control Act". 1976 September 9. 8pp. VIEW
51 22 "Interstate river compacts: impact on Colorado." Denver Journal of International Law and Policy, vol. 6. 1976. 24pp. 2 copies
51 23 "Western water outlook". 1976 October 28. 9pp. 2 copies VIEW
51 24 "Interstate water compacts: their impact on the Western Slope". 1977 July 19. 21pp. 2 copies VIEW
51 24.1 "Interstate river compacts: impact on Colorado". c. 1977. 37pp. VIEW
51 25 "Colorado River Development." In Values and Choices in the Development of the Colorado River Basin. Tucson: U of Arizona P. 1978. 23pp. 2 copies
51 26 Federal participation in irrigation and use of power revenues. 1979 March. 28pp.
51 27 Remarks to Mesa County Farm Bureau. 1979 November 30. 7pp. VIEW
51 28 "Reflections and forecasts". 1979 December 14. 13pp. 2 copies VIEW
51 29 "Colorado Water Storage Projects overview". 1980 June 13. 7pp. 2 copies VIEW
51 30 Remarks to Water for Colorado. 1982 January 28. 11pp. 2 copies VIEW
51 31 "Politics of water in Colorado". 1983 January 12. 11pp. 2 copies VIEW
51 32 "What is the most effective water policy for the United States?". 1985 September 14. 9pp. 2 copies VIEW
51 33 "Colorado's relationship with downstream Colorado River Basin States". undated. 10 index cards
51 34 "Colorado River Storage Project Act of 1956, and Colorado River Basin Project Act of 1968 -- What do they mean for Colorado?". undated. 20pp. VIEW
51 35 "Interstate river compacts: impact on Colorado". undated. 20pp. VIEW
51 36 "Water storage development -- our last chance". undated. 5pp. VIEW


Series 3: Professional papers, 1940-1990 and undated (5.5 linear feet)

This series contains Ival Goslin's professional papers from his time at the Upper Colorado River Commission through his retirement and consulting. The bulk of the series is from his work at the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority (CWRPDA). The professional papers are divided into four subseries by employer and are arranged chronologically. Following his retirement from the CWRPDA, Goslin continued to do consulting work for the Authority. For simplicity of arrangement, those papers are included in the Authority subseries. Some subseries include categories. These categories maintain the original arrangement of some folders by Goslin. Materials include correspondence, reports, personal notes, legislation, financial records, meeting minutes, and organizational newsletters. Loose photographs were relocated to Series 6, Subseries 2 and are cross-referenced in the files. Photographs included in published reports were not removed.
Box Folder
Subseries 3.1: Upper Colorado River Commission. 1940-1985 and undated.
This subseries contains papers from Ival Goslin's work at the Upper Colorado River Commission. Much of the subseries relates to the Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam area, especially Rainbow Bridge. The subseries includes correspondence with senators and congressmen, and reports on water storage, power attainment, and filling operations. This subseries includes one category: Rainbow Bridge. It includes litigation, articles, status reports, and consultants' work on the subject of protection of Rainbow Bridge and the filling of Lake Powell. Materials are arranged alphabetically.
51 37 Arizona. 1940, 1955-1980, undated. e40pp.
51 38 Attainment of minimum power head at Glen Canyon Power Plant in 1964. 1964. 24pp.
51 39 A Bill -- To authorize the Secretary of Interior to construct, operate, and maintain the Colorado River Storage Project, and for other purposes. e55pp.
51 40 [Colorado River Storage Project]. 1956, 1960-1963, 1967, undated. e75pp.
51 41 J.R. Ritter's Memo: Power Possibilities at Boulder Dam Project. 1940. 28pp.
51 42-43 [Long Range Operations of Colorado River Reservoirs]. 1969-1978. e300pp. VIEW folder 1 folder 2
51 44 Memorandum: Adequacy of Water Supply Hold-Over Water Storage Requirements in Upper Colorado River Basin. Why? - - - How Much?. 1954. 4pp.
Rainbow Bridge.
51 45 Geological and Structural Evaluation of Rainbow Bridge. 1972. e110pp.
51 46 The Protection of Rainbow Bridge. undated. e70pp.
51 47 Protective Works, Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Glen Canyon Unit, Colorado River Storage Project. 1959, undated. e30pp. Includes photographs
52 1-2 Rainbow Bridge. 1960, 1971-1985. e125pp.
52 3 Rainbow Bridge National Monument Monitoring Program Status Report No. 10. 1979. 10pp. Includes photographs
52 4 Recent Rock Failure at Lake Powell and Its Implications For Rainbow Bridge for the Upper Colorado River Commission. 1974. 34pp.
52 5-6 River Operations. 1979-1980, undated. e115pp.
52 7 Several Major Point Sources of Salt Loading in the Colorado River Basin. 1971. 32pp. Includes photographs
52 8 Suggested Plans for Repayment of the Colorado River Project and Participating Projects. 1952. 42pp.
Subseries 3.2: Western Engineers. 1966, 1977-1985 and undated.
This subseries contains papers from Ival Goslin's consulting work for Western Engineers, Inc. The bulk of the subseries is in the Jerry Creek Reservoir (Colorado) category. Correspondence with the Department of Health and the Environmental Protection Agency regarding the conservancy and conditions of access for the Jerry Creek Reservoirs are also included. News clippings and congressional bill drafts and comments are also included. Materials are arranged alphabetically.
Jerry Creek Reservoir.
52 9 Champlin-Roller-CH2M Hill-Denver. 1978-1980. e70pp.
52 10 Congressional Bills. 1979-1980, undated. e55pp.
52 11 Dept of Health. 1977-1980. 17pp.
52 12 EPA. 1978-1979. 5pp.
52 13 Jerry Creek Reservoirs. 1980-1989. e70pp.
52 14 Opponents -- News Items. 1981. 10pp.
52 15 Sam Lockard. 1979-1981. 27pp.
52 16 State of CO and Governor. 1977-1980, undated. 19pp.
52 17 UTE WCD. 1977, 1980-1981. 13pp.
52 18 Western Engineers -- Maps. 1977-1981, undated. e40pp. and 2 maps
52 19 Rangely Project Feasibility Report. 1966. e100pp.
52 20 Western Engineers. 1979-1985, undated. e40pp.
Subseries 3.3: Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. 1980-1990 and undated.
This subseries contains papers from Ival Goslin's work at the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. Much of the subseries is correspondence, memoranda, legislation drafts and handwritten notes regarding the Animas-La Plata project and the Colorado Ute Indian water rights settlement. Folders are arranged alphabetically.
52 21 Administrative Orders -- Office Procedures--Personnel Manual. 1980-1984, undated. e130pp.
52 22 [Animas-LaPlata Project]. 1989. 3pp.
52 23-25 [Colorado Ute Water Rights Settlement]. 1986-1990. e350pp.
52 26-27 Colorado WR & PD Authority. 1987, undated. e200pp.
53 1 [Commission on Government Productivity]. 1988-1989. e35pp.
53 2-3 CWR & PDA Statements of Account. 1985-1990. e160pp.
53 4-8 Escrow Agreement. 1986-1989. e500pp.
53 9-10 Finance Projects. 1983-1986. e125pp.
53 11 Galloway -- San Diego Water Deal. 1984-1986. e60pp.
53 12-16 Legal. 1982-1985, undated. e525pp.
54 1 Mailing Lists -- Authority. 1985-1986, 1990, undated. 40pp.
54 2-3 Memos. 1990. 1982, 1985, 1990. e170pp.
54 4 The Rifle Project. 1982-1984, undated. e35pp.
54 5 [Ute Excess Water Rights]. 1989-1990, undated. e60pp.
Subseries 3.4: Other. 1936-1991 and undated.
This subseries consists of papers related to Ival Goslin's affiliation with various organizations, committees, and individuals, including the Colorado Water Congress, the Colorado Forum, the Water Resources Congress, and Congressman Wayne Aspinall. Also in this subseries are news clippings and correspondence regarding Ival Goslin's career, including promotions and various achievements. Folders are arranged alphabetically.
54 6 Abbreviations. undated. 30pp.
54 7 Animas-LaPlata Project -- IVG. 1989. 5pp.
54 8 Aspinall. 1980-1985, undated. e40pp.
54 9 Bid Opening. 1980, undated. 9pp.
54 10 Cartoons and Pictures. 1937, 1955-1976, undated. 43pp.
54 11 Colorado Forum. 1982, 1985-1987, undated. e70pp.
54 12 [Colorado River Basin Sanity Control Forum]. 1973, 1986. 9pp.
54 13 [Colorado River Fishes Recovery Team]. 1990. 64pp.
54 14 [Colorado Water Congress]. 1983, 1989-1991. e40pp.
54 15 Colorado Water Conservation Board CWCB. 1985-1990. e90pp.
54 16-17 Colorado River Water Conservation District. 1984-1988, undated. e110pp.
54 18 [Compacts Information]. 1974, 1984-1985, undated. 39pp.
54 19 Denver Water Board. 1985-1988, undated. e45pp.
54 20 [Department of Interior]. 1985-1988. 31pp.
54 21 Evaporation. undated. 10pp.
54 22 [Federal Energy Regulatory Commission]. 1982-1983. e85pp.
54 23 Geological Survey -- U.S. 1989. 2pp.
54 24 Ival V. Goslin -- Resume. 1966, 1985-1986, undated. e60pp.
54 25 Jerry Creek Reservoirs Recreation Activity Management Plan. 1986. 46pp.
54 26-27 [Letters and Miscellaneous]. 1936, 1944-1989, undated. e180pp.
55 1 [Letters and Miscellaneous] cont. 1936, 1944-1989, undated. e100pp.
55 2 [Miscellaneous]. 1981-1982, undated. 30pp.
55 3 Northern Colorado Water Conservancy Dist. 1985-1990, undated. e50pp.
55 4 Resource Conservation Group. 1990-1991, undated. e40pp.
55 5 [San Juan River/Animas-LaPlata Biology Committee]. 1990. e50pp.
55 6 [Speeches by others]. 1978-1985. e40pp.
55 7 Virgin Flow. 1980, undated. 12pp.
55 8-11 Water Resources Congress. 1982. 1980-1984, undated. e325pp.
55 12 Western State College. 1985-1989, undated. e120pp.


Series 4: Personal papers, 1941-2000 and undated (0.5 linear feet)

This series consists of personal papers of Ival Goslin and his wife Marcelyn Goslin. The series is divided into three categories: Ival Goslin, Ival and Marcelyn Goslin, and Marcelyn Goslin. Ival's personal papers include newsletters and membership records for his association with the Masonic El Korah temple and manuals and correspondence relating to his interest in radio. An itinerary to an Australian trip is included in the Ival and Marcelyn category and may be helpful when viewing the Australian/New Zealand slides in Series 6, Subseries 1. The bulk of the series consists of Marcelyn's civil service records and personal correspondence which are included in the Marcelyn Goslin category. Categories and folders within are arranged alphabetically.
Box Folder
Ival Goslin.
55 13 Masonic -- El Korah Temple. 1983-1991. e100pp.
55 14 Radio. 1963-1966, 1989-1990. e35pp.
55 15 [Speech Material]. undated. 4pp.
Ival and Marcelyn Goslin.
55 16 [Australian Pacific Tour]. 1991. 5pp.
55 17 Fleming -- Editorial. 1972. 11pp.
55 18 Utah Engineering -- Gov. Clyde Pictures & Articles on Snowmobiles. 1941, 1971, undated. 26pp.
Marcelyn Goslin.
55 19-22 Civil Service Records -- Marcelyn. 1951-1981, undated. e325pp.
55 23 [Colorado State University]. 2001-2002. e75pp.
55 24 Marcelyn E.E.O. Action, Applications for Secy. & AA positions. 1977-1978, undated. e50pp.
55 25 Marcie -- personal. 1968-1974, 1994. e40pp.


Series 5: Printed materials, 1921, 1946-1991 and undated (3.0 linear feet)

This series contains printed materials written by others. In the inventory, notes are made next to printed materials which include work by Ival Goslin. Some printed materials include handwritten marginal notes. Many of the materials relate to the Colorado River Basin Project, Central Arizona Project, and the Colorado River Storage Project. Printed materials include books, reports, legislative committee hearings, and pamphlets. Materials are arranged alphabetically by title.
Box Folder
56 1 1967 Prices. 1968. e40pp.
56 2 U.S. Public Law 92-500. An Act To amend the Federal Water Pollution Control Act. 92nd Cong. 1972 October 18. 89pp.
56 3 U.S. Public Law 90-537. An Act To authorize the construction, operation, and maintenance of the Colorado River Basin project, and for other purposes. 90th Cong. 1968 September 30. 16pp.
56 4 U.S. Public Law 485. An Act To authorize the Secretary of Interior to construct, operate, and maintain the Colorado River storage project and participating projects, and for other purposes. 84th Cong., 2nd Sess. 1956. 7pp.
56 5 Agreement Among the United States, the Central Arizona Water Conservation District, the Flood Control District of Maricopa County, the Salt River Agricultural Improvement and Power District and Salt River Valley Water Users' Association, the Arizona Cities of Chandler, Glendale, Mesa, Phoenix, and the City of Tucson for Funding of Plan Six Facilities of the Central Arizona Project, Arizona, and for other purposes. 1986 April 1. 73pp.
56 6 Annual Planning and Construction Review West Slope Projects, Colorado. 1979 March. 72pp.
56 7 Annual Report for Fiscal Year 1990 of Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. 1991 March 31. e40pp.
56 8 Smith, G.E.P. "Arizona Loses a Water Supply". 1956 December 29. 28pp.
56 9 U.S. Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Central Arizona Project: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Water and Power Resources. 90th Cong., 1st Sess. 1967 May 2-5. 762pp.
56 10 U.S. Senate Report No. 408. Central Arizona Project. 90th Cong., 1st Sess. 1967 July 26. 167pp.
56 11 Krug, J.A. The Colorado River "A Natural Menace Becomes a National Resource" A Comprehensive Departmental Report on the Development of the Water Resources of the Colorado River Basin for Review Prior to Submission to the Congress. Department of Interior. 1946 March. 295pp. and maps
56 12 U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Colorado River Basin Project: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation. 90th Cong., 1st Sess. 1967 March 13-17. 690pp.
56 13 U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Colorado River Basin Project Part II: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation. 90th Cong., 2nd Sess. 1968 January 30-February 2. 238pp.
56 14 Colorado River Profiles. Colorado River Water Users Association. undated. 14pp.
56 15 U.S. Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Colorado River Storage Project: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation. 83rd Cong., 2nd Sess. 1954 June 28-July 31. 694pp.
56 16 An Examination of the Instruments Which Constitute the Operating Policy of the Colorado River and the Consideration of Feasible Arrangements to Achieve Fully Integrated Management. 1976 January. e40pp.
56 17 Geological and Structural Evaluation of Rainbow Bridge, Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Utah, for the Upper Colorado River Commission. Dames and Moore. 1972. e110pp.
56 18 Guidelines for assistance in the conservation and utilization of Colorado's water resources through the Colorado Water Conservation Board Construction Fund. Department of Natural Resources. 1978. e73pp.
56 19 Moses, Raphael J. "The Law of Ground Water - Does Modern Buried Treasure Create A New Breed of Pirates?" Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute. Albany: Matthew Bender & Company, Inc. 1966. 42pp.
56 20 U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Lower Colorado River Basin Project: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation. 89th Cong., 1st Sess. 1965 August 2-September 1. 961pp.
56 21 Breitenstein, Jean S. Memorandum Regarding Possible Litigation Involving Interstate Rights to the Use of Water of the Colorado River. 1951 May 18. 23pp.
56 22 Minutes and Record of the First Eighteen Sessions of the Colorado River Commission Negotiating the Colorado River Compact of 1922. undated. e550pp.
56 23 A National Investment. Washington, D.C.: National Water Resources Association. undated. 23pp. 2 copies
56 24 National Water Resources Association Golden Jubilee. 1982 October. 82pp. 2 copies
56 25 U.S. Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Release of Colorado River Water: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation. 87th Cong., 2nd Sess. 1962 June 7. 51pp.
57 1 Report to the Colorado Water Conservation Board. Department of Interior. 1978 May 12. 20pp.
57 2 Greeson, Phillip E. River Quality Assessments. Minneapolis: American Water Resources Association. 1978. 191pp. Includes comments by Ival V. Goslin
57 3 Smith, George E.P. Supplement to the Booklet Arizona Loses a Water Supply. 1958 June 20. 28pp.
57 4 Supplement to Guidelines for assistance in the conservation and utilization of Colorado's water resources through the Colorado Water Conservation Construction Fund. Department of Natural Resources. 1980. e60pp.
57 5 Sparks, Felix. Synopsis of Major Documents and Events Relating to the Colorado River. Denver: Colorado Water Conservation Board. 1976 July. 19pp.
57 6 Transcon. undated. 25pp. Includes Ival V. Goslin resume
57 7 Twin Falls Idaho. 1921. 1 item
57 8 Watkins, Arthur V. and Raymond Moley. The Upper Colorado Reclamation Project. Washington, D.C.: American Enterprise Association, Inc. 1956. 79pp.
57 9 Upper Colorado River Basin Compact. 1948. 17pp.
57 10 Water. New York: Worthington Corporation. 1966. 36pp.
57 11 Water Supplies of the Colorado River Part I. Denver: Tipton and Kalmbach, Inc. 1965. e30pp. 2 copies
57 12-13 Water Supplies of the Colorado River Part II. Denver: Tipton and Kalmbach, Inc. 1965. e40pp. 2 copies
57 14 Western Colorado Projects Office Planning and Construction Review. Department of Interior. 1978. e75pp.
57 15 Peterson, Ottis. Your Future In Engineering Careers. New York: Richards Rosen Press, Inc. 1975. 114pp.


Series 6: Visual materials, 1937, 1952-2004 and undated (3.0 linear feet)

The visual materials in this series contain both personal and professional subject matter, from images of Rainbow Bridge and Lake Powell to vacation images from Australia. This series consists of three subseries: Slides, Photographs and negatives, and Videos. This series is arranged by bulk of materials, with the greatest amount of materials first.
Box Folder
Subseries 6.1: Slides. 1952-1989.
The slides in this series relate to the professional and personal life of Ival Goslin. The bulk of the slides contain images of various landscapes, dams, rivers, and lakes. Large numbers of slides consist of the Lake Powell area (Utah), including Glen Canyon Dam and Rainbow Bridge. Slides for a speech pertaining to Rainbow Bridge are separated and remain arranged as found. Other locations with a significant amount of slides include Twin Falls, American Falls, and Shoshone Falls in Idaho, and vacation slides from Australia and New Zealand. Also, there are slides of Ival Goslin, his wife Marcelyn, family and friends. A few slides depict John F. Kennedy, Mickey Mantle, and Yogi Berra. Most of the 2,088 slides were taken by Ival Goslin and are individually labeled and dated.
The slides are grouped by location, with states arranged alphabetically, followed by an unidentified location category and an Australia & New Zealand category. To facilitate categorization, some locations include slides from another state. For example, the Utah category holds two slides taken near Alpine, Wyoming, near the Palisades Dam project in Utah. Slides showing dams on state borders were placed with the state containing the most relevant or bulk of slides. Slides of Imperial Dam and Parker Dam, both on the California-Arizona border, were placed in the Arizona category. Slides of Morelos Dam, on the Arizona-Mexico border, were placed in the Arizona category. Slides of Glen Canyon Dam in Arizona were placed with the Lake Powell slides in the Utah category.
58 1 Arizona. 1955-1957, 1964, 1971, 1988. 83 slides VIEW
Includes the Grand Canyon, Lake Mead, Imperial Dam, Morelos Dam, Parker Dam, Lee's Ferry, and Blue Springs.
58 2 California. 1952, 1967. 16 slides
Includes Death Valley and Long Beach.
58 3 Colorado. 1952-1989. 300 slides VIEW Part 1 Part 2
Includes Morrow Point Dam, Jerry Creek Reservoir, Homestead Dam, Colorado River, Green Mountain Dam, Granby Dam, Vega Dam, and McPhee Dam.
59 1 East Coast. 1953-1966. 176 slides
Includes Ival and Marcelyn Goslin, Jeff and Elizabeth Will, Hugh Shamburger, Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, and John F. Kennedy in various locations, including Washington D.C., Yorktown, Mount Vernon, Harper's Ferry, Arlington, and Jamestown.
59 2 Florida. 1977, 1980. 39 slides VIEW
Includes the Apalachicola River.
59 3 Idaho. 1952-1987. 246 slides VIEW
Includes family, American Falls, Palisades Dam, Snake River, Shoshone Falls, and Twin Falls.
59 4 Nevada. 1952-1953, 1964-1965. 20 slides VIEW
Includes Jarbidge and Las Vegas.
59 5 New Mexico. 1955-1971. 23 slides VIEW
Includes Navajo Dam and the Four Corners Power Plant.
59 6 Oklahoma. 1963. 3 slides
Consists of family in Enid and Guthrie.
60 1 Utah. 1954-1972. 530 slides VIEW Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
Includes Salt Lake City, Lamb's Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Flaming Gorge Dam, Woodruff Dam, Glen Canyon Dam, Lake Powell, Rainbow Bridge, and Arches National Park.
61 1 Utah (continued). 1962, 1971, 1984, 1988. 134 slides VIEW
Includes Lake Powell, Canyonlands, Glen Canyon Dam, and Cedar Breaks.
61 2 Utah (speech). 1971, undated. 42 slides VIEW
Includes Lake Powell and Rainbow Bridge.
61 3 Wyoming. 1952-1967. 104 slides VIEW
Includes Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Teton Mountains, Jackson Lake Dam, and the Seedskadee Project.
61 4 United States. undated. 15 slides
Consists of Inter-Regional Water Transfer Proposal.
61 5 Unidentified locations. 1954-1989. 35 slides
Includes Ival and Marcelyn Goslin, Hanna Wetmore, Janice Smith, Paul Billhymer, the VanWinkly family, and the McBryde family.
62 1 Australia and New Zealand. 1985-1987. 320 slides VIEW
Includes Auckland, Queenstown, Sydney, and Melbourne.
Subseries 6.2: Photographs and negatives. 1937 and 1955-2004.
This subseries consists of loose photographs found in the collection and photographs removed from folders during processing. All photographs that were relocated are cross-referenced to their original location. Included in the subseries are color and black-and-white photographs of various sizes. The negatives are 4x6 inch black-and-white. Many of the photographs are of the Lake Powell, Rainbow Bridge area, including Ival Goslin and others fishing, and aerial photographs. Folders are arranged alphabetically.
63 1 Series 3, Subseries 4: Aspinall -- photographs. 1980, undated. 14 photographs
63 2 Series 3, Subseries 4: Cartoons and Pictures -- negatives. 1955, 1964, undated. 3 negatives
63 3 Series 3, Subseries 4: Cartoons and Pictures -- photographs. 1937, 1960-1969, undated. 19 photographs
63 4 Series 3, Subseries 4: [Letters and Miscellaneous] -- photographs. 1971-1989, undated. 16 photographs
63 5 Series 4: Utah Engineering -- Gov. Clyde Pictures & Articles on Snowmobiles. undated. 9 photographs
65 1 Ival Goslin photograph. undated. Oversize
63 6 Lake Powell area and miscellaneous locations -- photographs. 1968-1974, undated. 33 photographs. Includes document
63 7 Miscellaneous photographs. 1955, 1972, 2004, undated. 6 photographs
63 8 Picture Neg of Upper Colorado River Bldg -- negatives. undated. 3 negatives
63 9 Rainbow Bridge -- photographs. 1973. 14 photographs
Subseries 6.3: Videos. 1989-2000.
This subseries consists of three VHS tapes, including one relating to the Animas-La Plata Project, one celebrating Ival Goslin's life after his death in 1991, and one regarding Pulmonary Week on KREX TV (Grand Junction, Colorado) with Marcelyn at 80 years old. Videos are arranged alphabetically.
57 16 Animas La Plata Project. 1989 January 19.
57 17 Celebrating Ival Goslin's Life. 1991 July 21.
57 18 KREX TV Pulmonary Week Sept 2000 Marcelyn 80 yrs old. 2000.


Series 7: Artifacts, 1934-1991 and undated (4.5 linear feet)

This series contains the objects in the collection. A large part of this series are the framed materials, including various association membership certificates, resolutions honoring Ival Goslin, and a pen used by President Reagan to sign the Colorado Ute Indian Water Rights Settlement Act. Other items include Ival's briefcase, a memory book, collector's plates, and a hardhat. Arrangement is according to storage needs.
Box Folder
64 Tray 1 Merritt Chapman & Scott Corporation hardhat with Ival Goslin's name on it. Autographed by many. undated.
64 Tray 1 Business cards. undated. e300 cards in 2 bundles
64 Tray 1 Ival Goslin signature stamp and inkpad. undated.
64 Tray 2 Slide ruler in leather case. undated.
64 Tray 2 Box of mineral rocks. Specimens of some of the Ores & Minerals Mined in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, The Upper Colorado States. undated.
64 Tray 2 Pen used by President Lyndon B. Johnson to sign S. 1004, the Colorado River Basin Project Act. 1968 September 30.
64 Tray 2 Letter opener: "Western Engineers Inc. (303) 242-5202". undated. Metal
64 Tray 2 Ival Goslin signature stamp. undated.
64 Tray 2 Ival Goslin return address labels. undated.
64 Tray 3 The National Society of Professional Engineers certificate of membership. 1957 February 13. Framed
64 Tray 3 The National Rifle Association certificate of membership. 1957 July 30. Framed
65 2 Memory book presented to Marcelyn Goslin from the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority. 1991 July 21. 33pp.
65 3 Cartoons and certificates. 1934-1989, undated. 10pp.
65 Plate stands. undated. Wooden. 3 stands
66 1 Resolution of the Upper Colorado River Commission honoring Ival Goslin. 1979 August 1. Framed
66 2 Letters from William L. Armstrong and Ronald Reagan, and the pen used by Ronald Reagan to sign H.R. 2642, the Colorado Ute Indian Water Rights Settlement Act of 1988. 1988-1989. Framed
67 1 Certificate of membership for the Idaho Society of Engineers. 1957 January 19. Framed
67 2 Resolution honoring Ival Goslin by the Craig Chamber of Commerce. 1968 October 17. Framed
67 3 Certificate of membership to the Royal and Ancient Order of the Gallinules. 1971 October 20. Framed
68 1 Briefcase. undated. Leather. Includes notepad and pencil
68 2 Diploma of membership to the American Society of Civil Engineers. 1956 September 18. Framed
69 1 Plate commemorating McPhee Dam. Given by the Ute Mountain Tribe in appreciation for work on the Dolores Project. 1984.
70 1 Plate commemorating the Animas La-Plata Project. Given by the Ute Mountain Tribe. 1989 January 15.
71 1 Plate honoring Ival Goslin. Given by the Ute Mountain Tribe. undated.