Guide to the Papers of the National Water Resources Association

Prepared by Elizabeth A. Fuseler; Revised by Cynthia Rand; Revised by Patricia J. Rettig
Colorado State University Water Resources Archive
A joint effort of the University Libraries and the Colorado Water Institute
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Finding aid encoded in EAD Version 2002 by Alicia Conrardy, 2003.
Creator: National Water Resources Association (U.S.)
Title: Papers of the National Water Resources Association
Dates: 1932-1974
Quantity: 7.5 linear feet
Identification: WRAM
Abstract: The National Water Resources Association (NWRA) is comprised of the water users of seventeen western states. It was known as the National Reclamation Association from 1932 until 1970. J. R. "Bob" Barkley served as the Colorado Director of the NWRA from 1966 to 1974, when he became its president. The collection includes papers from the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy Board and the personal files of Barkley while he served on the National Reclamation Association (1934-1969), the NWRA (1970-1974), the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy Board (1937-1942), and other water-related committees. Document types include meeting minutes, photographs, publicity, speeches, reports, periodicals, correspondence, and memoranda.
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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 reuse -- United States.
  • Water resources development -- United States.
  • Water quality management -- United States.
Persons:
  • Barkley, J. R.
Organizations:
  • National Water Resources Association (U.S.)
  • National Reclamation Association.
Special Document Types:
  • Minutes.
  • Photographs.
The National Water Resources Association is comprised of the water users of seventeen western states. It was known as the National Reclamation Association from 1932 until 1970. The Association currently publishes a biennial National Water Resources Association Directory, a monthly magazine National Waterline, and a biweekly Water Report.
The National Reclamation Association published the Proceedings starting in 1932. Its title has varied slightly through the years, being called the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting and Proceedings of the Annual Convention and Compendium.
Water Life, the monthly publication of the Association, was issued under several titles including Reclamation Facts in 1936; Reclamation News from 1937 to October 1969 (also called Bulletin of News Bulletin 1937-Aug 1951); National Reclamation Association Bulletin until 1969; Reclamation News, in 1969; Water Resources News in 1969-1970; became National Waterlife in 1976; and is continued by National Water Line.
According to Ian Lyle, current Executive Vice President of the National Water Resources Association, the Association keeps past issues of its publications but does not maintain an archive of historical information. The Association's offices are located at 4 E Street SE, Washington, DC 20003.
J. R. "Bob" Barkley was born in Denver, Colorado, on January 4, 1910. He obtained his B.S. in Civil and Irrigation Engineering from Colorado State University (CSU) in 1932 and became a Registered Professional Engineer in the state of Colorado. In 1974 he received an Honorary Doctor of Philosophy from his alma mater. He has been associated with water conservation efforts in Colorado for many years. He guided the Colorado-Big Thompson Project construction from its early stages to completion and full operation.
Barkley played an important role in the development of allotment contract procedures, rules, and policies regarding water use today. For example, he helped implement a system of water allocation based on exchanges among users for the Colorado-Big Thompson project water.
Barkley was a leader in the field of water resources on the national level. He served as the Colorado Director of the National Water Resources Association from 1966 to 1974. In 1974, he became the president of the National Water Resources Association. As chair of the Colorado River Advisory Committee, he negotiated the Colorado River Storage Project Act. This Act eventually resulted in the Glen Canyon Dam, Lake Powell, Curecanti Dam, Blue Mesa Reservoir, Flaming Gorge Reservoir, and the Dolores Project.
He was one of the organizers and a past chair of the Colorado Water Congress. He served as president of the Four-States Irrigation Council, which awarded him its Headgate Award in 1974.
A long-standing relationship between the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District and Colorado State University was established because of Barkley's close association with CSU president Dr. Charles Lory.
The Papers of the National Water Resources Association includes documents from the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District and the personal files of J. R. Barkley while he served on the National Reclamation Association (1934-1969), the National Water Resources Association (1970-1974), the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy Board (1937-1942), and various other water-related committees. The chronological section of the main portion of this guide shows the development of the National Water Resources Association from 1932 to 1974. Additional miscellaneous folders, originally filed separately from the National Reclamation Association, are arranged alphabetically. The use and allotment of water in the western United States, and Colorado in particular, are well documented in this collection. The collection contains newspaper clippings, early photocopies, smudging carbon and pencil copies, and low-grade paper.
The collection consists of 4 series in 5 boxes. Within the series the folders are organized: annual meeting programs, publications and information; business of the Association, including budgets, committee lists, quota statements, minutes of meetings, and photographs; legislation and federal government information; publicity and news releases; speeches and reprints of the Association; reports, speeches, reprints, and official publications of other groups and individuals; periodicals; miscellaneous correspondence and memoranda.
Preferred Citation

Papers of the National Water Resources Association, Water Resources Archive, Colorado State University.

Acquisition

J. R. Barkley donated his National Water Resources Association papers to the Colorado State University Libraries in 1992. The collection remained in its original organization from 1997 until 2001 when the Water Resources Archive added it.

Processing

When the collection was transferred to the Water Resources Archive, the finding aid was scanned into a computer, as the original disk was not available, and altered according to a template.

Online Materials

Some folders 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: Supplied information is bracketed. Two identical copies of the same item are indicated by the phrase "2 copies" at the end of the entry. Authored articles, books, and studies are listed in bibliographic form.

Series 1: National Reclamation Association, 1932-1969

Box Folder
1 1 1934. VIEW
1 1 Appointment of delegates to National Reclamation Association meeting. Signed by Ed Johnson, Governor of Colorado.
1 1 Conference program. Salt Lake City, Utah. December 7-8.
1 1 Report of meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah. December 7-8.
1 1 Statement of Marshall Dana at conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. December 7-8.
1 1 The West Must Farm. A Statement by Marshall Dana. undated.
1 2 1935. VIEW
1 2 Appointment of delegates to National Reclamation Association meeting.
1 2 Conference program. Fourth Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah. November 15-16.
1 2 Resolutions. Fourth Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah. November 15-16.
1 2 Reports, minutes and address from the National Reclamation Association, Fourth Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah. November 15-16.
1 2 Statememt of Marshall Dana at conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. November 15-16.
1 2 Miscellaneous correspondence from L. A. Campbell, Secretary/Treasurer of National Reclamation Association.
1 3 1936. VIEW
1 3 Conference program. Annual Conference, Spokane, Washington. November 23-24.
1 3 Constitution of the National Reclamation Association.
1 3 Recommended 1936/37 Budget.
1 3 National Reclamation Association Bulletins regarding the national conference.
1 3 Miscellaneous correspondence, including letter signed by Charles Lory.
1 4 1937. VIEW
1 4 Conference program. Annual Conference, Casper, Wyoming. October 12, 13, 14.
1 4 Constitution of the National Reclamation Association as amended by the Spokane Convention. November 23-24, 1936.
1 4 Report of the Audit Committee.
1 4 Financial data relative to Reclamation Bureau project in Colorado.
1 4 U.S. House, 75th Congress, 2nd session. H.R. 7365 Amendment by Senator Hyder.
1 4 News Bulletin (National Reclamation Association.) Numbers 1, 2 and supplement, 3, 5-10.
1 4 Reclamation Facts A-8 to A-17.
1 5 1938. VIEW
1 5 Program. Seventh Annual Program, Reno, Nevada. October 11-13.
1 5 Hearings before Committee on Appropriations, U.S. Senate, 75th Congress, 3rd session on H. R. Res. 679.
1 5 "Reclamation's Representatives in Action - a Complete Reproduction of All Debates on Reclamation Matters During the Last Session of the 75th Congress Which Adjourned June 16, 1939." Compiled and published by National Reclamation Association. (pamphlet).
1 5 News Bulletin (National Reclamation Association). Numbers 12, 14,17, 20-22, 24.
1 5 Press release on Reclamation Fund.
1 5 Miscellaneous correspondence.
1 6 1939. VIEW
1 6 Souvenir Program of the 8th Annual Banquet, National Reclamation Association, Denver, Colorado. November 16. 8 copies
1 6 Resolutions adopted by the 8th Annual Meeting and Convention.
1 6 News Bulletins (National Reclamation Association).
1 6 Reclamation from the American Journal of Land Economics.
1 6 U.S. House. 76th Congress, 1st session. H.R. Doc. 262. First Plan on Government Reorganization. Message from the President of the United States Transmittin [sic] the first plan on government reorganization and accompanying orders.
1 6 National Rivers and Harbors News.
1 6 Miscellaneous correspondence.
1 7 1940. VIEW
1 7 U.S. Senate. 76th Congress, 3rd Session. S. 4167.
1 7 Bulletin (National Reclamation Association.) Volume V, numbers 1-2.
1 7 Miscellaneous publicity releases.
1 7 National Rivers and Harbors News. Volume 6, numbers 1-2.
1 7 Miscellaneous correspondence.
1 8 1941. VIEW
1 8 Conference program. Annual Conference, Phoenix, Arizona. October 15, 16, 17.
1 8 Resolutions of the National Reclamation Association, at the Annual Conference, Phoenix, Arizona. October 15, 16, 17.
1 8 "A Menacing Long Series of Droughts." Address by Halbert P. Gillette at the Annual Conference, Phoenix, Arizona. October 15, 16, 17.
1 8 Newspaper clippings from Phoenix papers concerning the Annual Conference.
1 8 U.S. House. 77th Congress, 1st session. H.R. 5549, Regional Authority Bill (Rankin Bill), August 11.
1 8 Bulletin (National Reclamation Association.) Volume V, numbers 3-13. Volume VI, number 1.
1 8 Copies of newspaper clippings from various newspapers concerning reclamation authority.
1 9 1942. VIEW
1 9 Program, National Reclamation Association, 11th Annual Convention, Denver, Colorado, October 14, 15, 16.
1 9 Program, 11th Annual Banquet, Denver, Colorado, October 16.
1 9 Resolutions adopted by the National Reclamation Association, 11th Annual Convention, Denver, Colorado, October 14, 15, 16, 1942 and messages from Franklin D. Roosevelt, President, United States; Claude R. Wickard, Secretary of Agriculture; and Harold L. Ickes, Secretary of Interior.
1 9 Testimony of President O. S. Warden and Secretary-Manager F. O. Hagie of the National Reclamation Association on the Interior Department Appropriations Bill (H. R. 6845) for 1943.
1 9 Bulletin (National Reclamation Association.) Volume VI, numbers 2-12 and special issue May 20, 1942. Volume VII, numbers 1-3, special issue October 31, 1942.
1 9 Special Bulletin. Establishment of Japanese Relocation Areas.
1 9 Miscellaneous correspondence.
1 10 1943. VIEW
1 10 Conference program. Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado. October 27, 28, 29.
1 10 12th Annual Banquet Program, Friday, October 29.
1 10 Report and recommendations of the committee appointed under Resolution 9 passed by the 11th meeting of the National Reclamation Association. Dated January 5, 1943.
1 10 Membership certificate to the North Colorado Water Conservation District.
1 10 Minutes of the Conference of Interested Agencies And Individuals to guarantee that all new lands which are irrigated as part of the irrigation war time food program will be farmed for the duration and possibly for a reasonable period thereafter with use of the least critical material. Held in the Commissioner's Conference Room, Bureau of Reclamation, Washington, D.C., August 10.
1 10 Bulletin (National Reclamation Association.) Volume VII, numbers 4-14. Volume VIII, numbers 1-2.
1 10 Miscellaneous correspondence, many dealing with war shortages.
1 11 1944. VIEW
1 11 Conference program. Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado. November 15, 16, 17.
1 11 Resolutions adopted by the National Reclamation Association 13th Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado. November 15, 16, 17. Draft and final versions.
1 11 Summary of the Missouri River Plan. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, April.
1 11 Photocopies of clippings on the Idaho irrigation controversy and the Missouri River Plan.
1 11 Bulletin (National Reclamation Association.) Volume VIII, numbers 3-9, 11-14, 16-19, 21, Volume IX, numbers 1-2.
1 11 Miscellaneous correspondence.
1 12 1945. VIEW
1 12 Conference program. Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado. November 14, 15, 16.
1 12 Resolutions adopted by the National Reclamation Association 14th Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado. November 14, 15, 16.
1 12 Progress report on the 1944 Resolutions.
1 12 Denver Convention Committee estimated expenditures budget.
1 12 National Reclamation Association Membership Certificate.
1 12 79th Congress, 1st session. H.R. 518.
1 12 79th Congress, 1st session. H.R. 520.
1 12 79th Congress, 1st session. H.R. 528.
1 12 79th Congress, 1st session. H.R. 1824.
1 12 79th Congress, 1st session. S.395.
1 12 "Business under Truman" by Walter Chamblin, Jr. An address presented before the Annual Meeting of the Washington Trade Association Executives, June 20.
1 12 "Tenth Anniversary Publicity of TVA: A Conspiracy of Half Truths" by J. A. Whitlow, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
1 12 "The Key to Prosperity" by E. H. Taylor, reprinted from Country Gentleman.
1 12 "INCODEL: The Interstate Commission on the Delaware River Basin." A report on its activities and accomplishments, July 1, 1943 to June 30, 1944.
1 13 1946. 2 folders VIEW
1 13 Miscellaneous correspondence, including correspondence with E. W. Rising of Boise, Idaho, on the South West Idaho Conservation Project. [includes material from 1941-1946].
1 13 What Modified Policies Will Postwar Reclamation Demand? A Report by E. W. Rising.
1 13 News Bulletin. (National Reclamation Association). Volume XI, number 3.
1 13 Report of the Resolutions Committee to the 15th Annual Convention of the National Reclamation Association, October 11. 2 copies
1 13 Fifteen speeches from the 1946 Convention, including the President's message and the Report of the Secretary Manager.
1 14 1947. VIEW
1 14 Miscellaneous correspondence, including handwritten letter from Charles A. Lory to J. M. Dille. October 9.
1 15 1948. VIEW
1 15 Conference program. 17th Annual Convention. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. November 17, 18, 19. Theme: Reclamation - A partner in American agriculture.
1 15 Resolutions recommended by the Resolutions Committee, 17th Annual Convention.
1 15 Speeched and addresses given at 17th Annual Convention.
1 15 Newspaper clippings about the convention from the Daily Oklahoman. November 20.
1 15 Publicity release on the U.S. Senate, 81st Congress.
1 15 Bulletin (National Reclamation Association.) Volume XII, numbers 3-10.
1 15 Miscellaneous correspondence and memoranda.
1 16 1950. VIEW
1 16 Report of the Legislative Committee to the Board of Directors. January. Washington, D.C..
1 16 81st Congress, 2nd session. Report no. 1689.
1 16 81st Congress, 2nd session. H.R. 7351.
1 16 Press release: References to and excerpts from Volume I. The President's Water Resources Policy Commission Report.
1 16 Board Bulletin (National Reclamation Association.) Volume 16, number 1.
1 16 Bulletin (National Reclamation Association). Volume XIV, numbers 2-6.
1 16 Miscellaneous correspondence.
1 17 1951. VIEW
1 17 Resolutions recommended by the Resolutions Committee approved by each of the State Caucuses and adopted by the National Reclamation Association, 20th Annual Meeting, Amarillo, Texas. October 17, 18, and 19.
1 17 Water Policy Committee. Resolutions, numbers 1-37.
1 17 Statement before the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Committee of Appropriations, House of Representatives by Merl B. Peak, Secretary-Manager, National Reclamation Association, March 6.
1 17 General statement before the Subcommittee of Interior, Department of Appropriations, U.S. Senate by William E. Welsh, Secretary-Manager, National Reclamation Association, May 29.
1 17 "More Food for the World." Congressional Record. Volume 97, May 19 (reprint).
1 17 "Viewpoint on the Water Uses of the Midvale Irrigation District on Asphalt Canal Lining and Undersealing." A paper presented by Karl Powers.
1 17 Board Bulletin (National Reclamation Association.) Volume 16, numbers 12-20 (number 17 May 24, misnumbered should be number 18).
1 17 Bulletin (National Reclamation Association.) Volume XV, numbers 1-6.
1 17 Legislative Digest (National Reclamation Association, Office of Secretary-Manager.) Volume I, numbers 1-6, 9-14.
1 17 Reclamation News. Volume XV, number 7. Volume XVI, numbers 1 (7 copies), 7.
1 18 1952. VIEW
1 18 Resolutions recommended by the Resolutions Committee approved by each of the State Caucuses and adopted by the National Reclamation Association, 21st Annual Meeting, Long Beach, California. November 12-14.
1 18 "Six Loads to Shoulder." Remarks of the U.S. Commissioner of Reclamation, Michael W. Straus at the National Reclamation Association Convention.
1 18 Annual report. National Reclamation Association.
1 18 List of officers and committee members, National Reclamation Association.
1 18 President's Letter. Volume 1, number 3.
1 18 Appropriations and general investigations. Statement and analysis by William E. Welsh.
1 18 Water Policy Committee. Water Policy Resolutions, numbers 1-36.
1 18 Report of the Water Policy Committee of the National Reclamation Association. November.
1 18 "A National Water Policy." A report of the Water Policy Committee of the National Reclamation Association. 2 copies
1 18 "Agriculture Would Build Small Reclamation Projects." An analysis of a bill, H. R. 7868, now pending before Congress by William E. Welsh.
1 18 U.S. Senate. 83rd Congress, 2nd session. S. Doc. 98, Soil and water problems and research needs of the West.
1 18 "Are We Being Shouted Into an Unwanted War?" by William R. Mathews, editor, The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson, Arizona. (press release).
1 18 Legislative Digest (National Reclamation Association, Office of the Secretary Manager). Volume II, numbers 3-19.
1 18 Reclamation News. Volume XVI, numbers 2-8 (2 copies #5 and #8).
1 18 Western Water News. Volume 4, numbers 9-11.
1 18 Miscellaneous correspondence and memoranda, including questionnaire from the California Water Users Committee.
1 18 Reclamation Era. Official Publication of the Bureau of Reclamation. May, June, July, 1952.
1 19 1953. 2 folders VIEW Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
1 19 Program. 22nd Annual Convention, National Reclamation Association. Reno, Nevada. October 14, 15, 16. Theme: Reclamation - the development of the West.
1 19 Resolutions recommended by the Resolutions Committee, approved by each of the State Caucuses and adopted by the National Reclamation Association, 22nd Annual Meeting, Reno, Nevada. October 14-16.
1 19 Draft of the National Reclamation Association 1953 Resolutions numbers 1-35.
1 19 Report of the Water Policy Committee for the National Reclamation Association annual meeting. Reno, Nevada. October 14-16.
1 19 Minutes. National Reclamation Association Board of Directors meeting. Denver, Colorado. September 18.
1 19 Minutes. National Reclamation Association Waterusers [sic] Committee. Salt Lake City, Utah. May 24.
1 19 Minutes. Colorado Caucuses. National Reclamation Association. Reno, Nevada. October 14, 15, 16. Long Beach, California. November 12, 13, 14.
1 19 Minutes. Colorado Caucuses. National Reclamation Association. Long Beach, California. November 12, 13, 14.
1 19 President's message. C. Petrus Peters.
1 19 Copies of 17 papers presented at the Annual Convention, Reno, Nevada.
1 19 List of officers and committee members for 1954.
1 19 President's Letter. Volume II, number 1.
1 19 Quota Statement as of October 15.
1 19 83rd Congress, lst session. H.R. 4903.
1 19 83rd Congress, lst session. H.R. 5301 and comments. 2 copies
1 19 83rd Congress, lst session. S. Doc. 221.
1 19 Draft of Excess Land Bill.
1 19 Bureau of Reclamation Appropriations, FY 1953-1954.
1 19 Legislation pending before the Congress. April 24.
1 19 Excerpt from Report number 314, Interior Department Appropriations Bill, 1954.
1 19 Corps of Engineers civil works approval budget estimate FY 1954.
1 19 Hell's Canyon Project. May 5.
1 19 Newspaper clipping from the Salt Lake City paper concerning the Deer Creek Power Plant.
1 19 Legislative Digest (National Reclamation Association). Volume III, numbers 1-12, 14-18, 20-21.
1 19 National Water Conservation Conference Newsletter. Number 7.
1 19 Reclamation Era. Volume 39, number 4.
1 19 Reclamation News. Volume XVII, numbers 1-11 (2 copies of #1, 3-4, 5, 8).
1 19 Western Water News. Volume 5, numbers 1-9, 11 (2 copies of #3-4, 6-7, 9).
1 19 Miscellaneous correspondence, including correspondence pertaining to Budget Circular A-47.
2 1 1954.
2 1 Resolutions recommended by the Resolutions Committee, approved by each of the State Caucuses and adopted by the National Reclamation Association, 23rd Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon. November 8-10.
2 1 Progress report on resolutions. National Reclamation Association. August 23.
2 1 Legislative summary pertaining to reclamation, 83rd Congress, 2nd session by William E. Welsh, Secretary-Manager. August 24.
2 1 Statement before the Subcommittee on Interior Department Appropriations in the House of Representatives by William E. Welsh. February.
2 1 83rd Congress, 2nd Session. H.R. 5301.
2 1 83rd Congress, 2nd Session. H.R. 7622.
2 1 83rd Congress, 2nd Session. H.R. 7768.
2 1 83rd Congress, 2nd Session. H.R. 8026.
2 1 83rd Congress, 2nd Session. H.R. 8121.
2 1 83rd Congress, 2nd Session. H.R. 9585.
2 1 83rd Congress, 2nd Session. H.R. 2443. Supplementing the Federal Reclamation Laws....
2 1 83rd Congress, 2nd Session. S. 3070.
2 1 83rd Congress, 2nd Session. S. 3606.
2 1 Bureau of Reclamation Budget items, FY 1953-54.
2 1 "Echo Park Dam... Man and Nature Cooperate." Distributed by the Upper Colorado River Commission. Grand Junction, Colorado. (Pamphlet). 2 copies
2 1 Legislative Digest (National Reclamation Association.) Volume IV, numbers 3-4, 6-14, 20-28.
2 1 Reclamation News. Volume XVIII, numbers 1-4, 6, 8. (2 copies #3.).
2 1 Western Water News. Volume 6, numbers 2-4.
2 2 1955.
2 2 Resolutions recommended by the Resolutions Committee. Report of Water Policy Committee pertaining to the Hoover Commission Recommendations of Water Resources and Power. Approved by 17 State Caucuses and adopted by the National Reclamation Association 24th Annual Meeting, Lincoln, Nebraska. October 24, 25, 26.
2 2 Legislative Summary. 84th Congress, 1st session and Progress Report on National Reclamation Association resolutions by William E. Welsh, Secretary Manager. August.
2 2 U.S. Senate. 84th Congress, 1st Session. S. 2442.
2 2 "Prairie Dogs vs. Property? The Story of Reclamation -- Victim of Neglect." Robert H. Hansen. Reprinted from the Denver Post of January 16.
2 2 Legislative Digest (National Reclamation Association.) Volume V, numbers 1-3, 5, 8, 13, 25.
2 2 Reclamation News. Volume XIX, numbers 1-3.
2 2 Miscellaneous correspondence.
2 3 1956.
2 3 An address by Secretary of the Interior Fred A. Seaton before the National Reclamation Association, Salt Lake City, Utah. November 16.
2 3 "Cooperation in Reclamation." Address by Honorable Wayne N. Aspinall, Congressman from Colorado, before the National Reclamation Association, Salt Lake City, Utah. November 16.
2 3 Progress Report on National Reclamation Association Resolutions by William E. Welsh. October.
2 3 Officers and Committee Members for 1956.
2 3 U.S. Senate. 84th Congress, 2nd session. Committee Print. Memorandum from the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of S. Res 281.
2 3 Statement Before the House Subcommittee on Appropriations for the Department of Agriculture by LeSelle E. Coles, Prineville, Oregon. February 28.
2 3 "Will Water Become Scarce?" An interview with Lt. Gen. Samuel D. Sturgis, Jr. Reprinted from U.S. News and World Report.
2 3 Legislative Digest (National Reclamation Association.) Volume VI, numbers 1-2, 5-8, 14-15, 17-19, 21-23, 25-26.
2 3 National Water Conservation Conference Newsletter. numbers 6, 8-10.
2 3 Reclamation News. Volume XX, numbers 1-8, 10-12 (2 copies #2, 4).
2 3 Miscellaneous correspondence.
2 4 1957.
2 4 Resolutions and Report of Water Policy Committee approved by 17 State Caucuses and adopted by the National Reclamation Association 26th Annual Meeting. Phoenix, Arizona. November 6-8.
2 4 Minutes. Waterusers [sic] Committee, National Reclamation Association. Salt Lake City, Utah. May 22.
2 4 Minutes. Colorado Caucuses, National Reclamation Association Convention. Phoenix, Arizona, November 6, 7 and 8.
2 4 85th Congress, 1st session. Legislative summary and progress report on National Reclamation Association resolutions by William E. Welsh. September.
2 4 Statement before the Joint Senate Committees on Interior and Insular Affairs and Public Works Committee pertaining to Senate Resolution 148 by William E. Welsh, Secretary-Manager, National Reclamation Association. July 30.
2 4 Memorandum of understanding between the Crops Research Division, Agricultural Research Service, Department of Agriculture, and the Bureau of Reclamation, Department of the Interior.
2 4 85th Congress, 1st session. H.R. 7362.
2 4 85th Congress, 1st session. S. 1164.
2 4 85th Congress, 1st session. S. 2541.
2 4 Committee print. Memorandum of Chairman, Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs on Staff conference to small project legislation (S. 340, S. 367, S. 517, H.R. 2146 and S. 1425).
2 4 "The Case Against Federal Reclamation" In Nations Business, September 1957.
2 4 Legislative Digest (National Reclamation Association.) Volume VII, numbers 1-2, 10-11, 13, 15-16, 18-19, 21-25, 27.
2 4 Reclamation News. Volume 21, numbers 1, 2, 4-9, 11 (2 copies of #4, 8).
2 4 Western Water News. Volume 9, number 7.
2 4 Miscellaneous correspondence.
2 5 1958.
2 5 Resolutions and Report of Water Policy Committee approved by 17 State Caucuses and adopted by National Reclamation Association 27th Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas. November 19-21.
2 5 "Studies of Western State Laws of Water Rights." Wells A. Hutchins. Presented at the 27th Annual Meeting of the National Reclamation Association, Houston, Texas. November 19 to 21.
2 5 FY program costs 1958.
2 5 U.S. Senate. 85th Congress, 2nd session. S. Rept. 1926, Relationships of river and related water resource development programs of the United States, Russia, and (Red) China.
2 5 Watersheds Memorandum SCC-33. RE: Policy on providing planning assistance to watershed or subwatershed areas where irrigation is the dominate purpose. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Committee. November 21.
2 5 Legislative Digest (National Reclamation Association.) Volume VIII, numbers 1-3, 11, 22, 24-32 (2 copies #3).
2 5 Reclamation News. Volume 22, numbers 1, 6.
2 5 Miscellaneous correspondence.
5 10 1959.
5 10 Photograph: NRA - Cost Study Comm. Larson, Jackson, Welsh, Crandall, Nichols, Barkley.
5 10 Program. 28th Annual Convention, Denver, Colorado. October 28, 29, 30.
5 10 All states banquet program.
5 10 Resolutions and Water Policy Report adopted by the National Reclamation Association 28th Annual Meeting. Denver, Colorado. October 28-30.
5 10 Minutes. Water Users Committee. Denver, Colorado. July 16.
5 10 Draft of minutes of the Water Users Committee. National Reclamation Association. Denver, Colorado. July 16.
5 10 Typescript with notes: "Need for and Suggested Research Program for the Control of Aquatic Vegetation and Phreatophytes." Dr. Shaw.
5 10 National Reclamation Association News. Volume 23, number 8.
5 10 Miscellaneous correspondence.
5 11 1960.
5 11 Program. 29th Annual meeting. Bakersfield, California. November 16, 17, 18.
5 11 Suggested resolution for 1960 to replace resolution number 15 of 1959.
5 11 Annual Report of the Water Users' Committee. National Reclamation Association 29th Annual Meeting, Bakersfield, California.
5 11 "Take National Reclamation Association to the Water Users: Water Users' Committee Program." Handwritten copy.
5 11 Photograph of the Water Users Committee: O. A. Bergeson, Montana; William Alexander, California; Charles R. Neill, California; J. R. Barkley, Colorado; Leo Harvey, Utah; Donald S. Mitchell, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Washington, D.C.; John Spencer, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colorado; Lloyd Rees, Soil Conservation Service, Washington, D.C.; Alex Coleman, Idaho.
5 11 "General Effect of Soil Conservation Work on Stream Flow in West Texas." S. W. Freese, given at the Texas section of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Fall Meeting. Houston, Texas. 1954. Montana Reclamation Association News Bulletin. September 1959, January 1960, April 1960.
5 11 Reclamation News. Volume 24, number 10.
5 11 Miscellaneous correspondence especially concerning Resolution #15 of 1959.
5 12 1961.
5 12 Convention report to our reclamation friends. September 29.
5 12 Minutes of the Water Users' Committee, National Reclamation Association. June 27.
5 12 A Bill to Provide for the Payment of Construction and Increased Operation and Maintenance Charges When Irrigable Lands of Federal Reclamation Projects are Taken by Federal Agencies for Non-Agricultural Users.
5 12 United States Department of Agriculture. Soil Conservation Service. General Memorandum SCS. RE: Technical assistance to landowners and operators in the 17 western states who have responsibility for complying with state water laws and regulations.
5 12 Miscellaneous correspondence.
5 13 1962.
5 13 Annual report of the Water Users' Committee to the National Reclamation Association 31st Annual Meeting. Portland, Oregon. October 17. 3 copies
5 13 National Reclamation Association Officers and Committee Members for 1962.
5 13 Handwritten notes from the Water Users' Committee meeting of July 12, 1962.
5 13 "Irrigator's Problems in Competition for Water: Are We Working on Solutions or Are We One of the Problems".
5 13 Program of the Clark Canyon Dam and Reservoir, Dillon, Montana Ground Breaking ceremonies. October 1, 1961.
5 13 "The Birth of a Bureau." Remarks of Edward C. Crafts, Director, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, Department of the Interior at the Annual Meeting of the Western States Land Commissioners Association. Anchorage, Alaska. May 30.
5 13 Montana Reclamation Association News Bulletin. March, April.
5 13 Miscellaneous correspondence including correspondence on the Bureau of Reclamation operations in western Montana.
5 14 1963.
5 14 Annual report of the Water Users Committee to the National Reclamation Association 32nd Annual Meeting, Sun Valley, Idaho. October 21. 4 copies
5 14 National Reclamation Association Committees appointed by President La Selle E. Colles and approved by the Board of Directors to serve during the year 1963.
5 14 Minutes. Meeting of the National Reclamation Association Board of Directors. Denver, Colorado, June 29.
5 14 Meeting notes from Water Users Committee meeting, probably June 28. Handwritten.
5 14 88th Congress, 1st session. H.R. 5565.
5 14 88th Congress, 1st session. SJ Res 49.
5 14 "Phreatophyte Control in the Pecos River Basin." Hearing before the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation of the Committee of Interior and Insular Affairs. 88th Congress, 1st session on S. J. Res 49. May 21, 1963.
5 14 A bill to provide for the payment of debt service construction charges, and increased operation taken for nonagricultural uses under Federal programs. (mimeographed copy).
5 14 Montana Reclamation Association. Resolutions adopted at the state meeting. October 1963. Billings, Montana.
5 14 U.S. Department of the Interior. News Release: For release June 20: Interior supports pesticide research legislation.
5 14 U.S. Department of the Interior. News Release: For release June 25: Interior endorses legislation to double funds available for small reclamation projects.
5 14 "We Do Not Need a MVA. We Do Not Need a CVA." Text of a radio talk given by Thos. A. Ross, Chinook. Stockman and State Senator from Blaine County over radio station KMON, Great Falls, Montana. March 15, 1950. Published by the Montana Reclamation Association, Billings, Montana.
5 14 Legislative Digest (National Reclamation Association). Volume XIV, number 16.
5 15 1964.
5 15 National Reclamation Association address by Hugh A. Shamberger, President. For presentation before the thirty-third annual meeting of the National Reclamation Association. Palm Springs, California. November 11.
5 15 Annual Report of the Water Users Committee to the National Reclamation Association. 33rd Annual Meeting. Palm Springs, California. November 11. 4 copies and a handwritten draft
5 15 Attendance list (signed by attendees) of the Water Users Committee meeting, Palm Springs, California. November 9.
5 15 Memoranda to members of the Water Users Committee, National Reclamation Association.
5 15 National Reclamation Association Officers and Committee members for 1964.
5 15 Notes from a Water Users Committee meeting October 13. Handwritten.
5 15 In the Supreme Court of the State of Washington. The State of Washington, appellant, v. Human Relations Research Foundation, a Washington non-profit corporation; Kittitas Reclamation District, Weed District no. 5 of Kittitas County; John Richmond; Margaret A. Donovan, a widow; James Donovan, a widower; and Kittitas County; Earl Coe, Director of Department of Conservation and Development, State of Washington, Respondents. Filed April 16, 1964.
5 15 Statement of the Bureau of Reclamation on witness regarding legislative proposals to amend the act of August 30, 1890.
5 15 Small Reclamation Projects Act (P. L. 984) and Watershed Protection and Flood Plain Prevention Act (P. L. 566) for areas of difference. April 23.
5 15 Photographs of a pneumatic valve for automation of irrigation systems presented by C. E. Evans, Northern Claims Branch, Soil and Water Conservation Research Division, Fort Collins, Colorado.
5 15 U.S. Department of the Interior. Press release.
5 15 For release April 8. Udall cites pesticide danger.
5 15 "A Ranchers Primer on Water Right Laws for Montana Water Users." Published by the Montana Reclamation Association. February 1956.
5 15 Montana Reclamation Association News Bulletin. September.
5 15 Reclamation News. Volume 28, number 8.
5 15 Miscellaneous correspondence.
5 16 1965.
5 16 Suggested program for the National Reclamation Association Convention. Kansas City, Missouri. November 10, 11, 12.
5 16 Invitation to exhibitors for the 34th Annual Convention of the National Reclamation Association. Kansas City, Missouri. November 7-17.
5 16 Annual Report Water Users Committee to the National Reclamation Association 34th Annual Meeting. November 10. 14 copies and a handwritten draft
5 16 Notes of Water Users Committee meetings May 28, and November 8. Handwritten. Minutes of the Water Users Committee meeting, May 28. Handwritten draft.
5 16 Water Users Committee. National Reclamation Association. Agenda for meeting of May 28. 5 copies
5 16 Water Users Committee members list.
5 16 Agenda. Meeting of the National Reclamation Association Board of Directors. Pierre, South Dakota. May 28-29.
5 16 Committee Report. Power Advisor Committee to National Reclamation Association. Denver, Colorado. May 26.
5 16 89th Congress, 1st session. H.R. 893.
5 16 89th Congress, 1st session. H.R. 1111 (Report no. 169). 2 copies
5 16 89th Congress, 1st session. H.R. 2464.
5 16 89th Congress, 1st session. H.R. 7765.
5 16 89th Congress, 1st session. House Report no. 169. Water Resources Planning Act. 2 copies
5 16 89th Congress, 1st session. S. 199.
5 16 89th Congress, 1st session. S. 219.
5 16 89th Congress, 1st session. S. 267.
5 16 89th Congress, 1st session. S. 938.
5 16 Conservation Highlights, 1964. Digest of the progress of the Soil Conservation Service. February.
5 16 Status of Watershed Protection (P. L. 566) Program. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service. January 1.
5 16 Maps of the River Basin Planning Survey. 8.5 x 11 inches
5 16 "Water Life Blood of Progress: Why South Dakotans are Organizing to Tap a Resource That's There, But Not Being Fully Used... YET!" Published by OAHE Conservancy Sub-District, Huron, South Dakota.
5 17 1966.
5 17 Annual report of the Water Users Committee to the National Reclamation Association 35th Annual Meeting. Albuquerque, New Mexico. November 11. 4 copies and a handwritten draft
5 17 Report to the National Reclamation Association Committee on Rights-of-Way. Porter A. Towner, Chairman. Presented at the 1966 Convention of the National Reclamation Association 35th Annual Meeting. Albuquerque, New Mexico. November 13-18. 7 copies
5 17 Attendance list, Water Users Committee meeting, Albuquerque. Signed by attendees.
5 17 Minutes of the Water Users Committee meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico. November 14, 1966. Handwritten
5 17 Officers and committee members for 1966.
5 17 89th Congress, 1st session. H.R. 10244.
5 17 89th Congress, 2nd session. S. 1446.
5 17 Congressional Record. Senate March 21, 1966. National Water Commission. Copy.
5 17 Federal reclamation program and water user organization affect by right-of-way acquisitions for nonirrigation purposes. H.R. 2858. May 15, 1966.
5 17 Statement of J. R. Barkley, Manager, Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District, State of Colorado before the Irrigation and Reclamation Subcommittee of the Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, United States House of Representatives, pertaining to H. R. 46711 and related bills. Washington, D.C. May 16, 1966.
5 17 General statement - recent legislation, pending legislation, proposed legislation. Important Federal legislation pending. undated.
5 17 Review of Legislation. undated.
5 17 U.S. Department of the Interior. Press Release. No date of release: Joint statement of Representatives John J. Rhodes and Morris K. Udall.
5 17 U.S. Department of the Interior. Press Release. For release March 3, 1966: Reclamation conducting active program to preserve and restore natural beauty in project areas.
5 17 "Let's Spoil the Wilderness". Robert Werrick. Reprinted from the Saturday Evening Post. "Those Remarkable Men of Midvale - Riverton, Wyoming." Published by the Riverton Wyoming Reclamation Project. February 7.
5 17 National Reclamation Association Letter. Numbers 7, 12, 13, 14, 15.
5 17 Reclamation News. Volume 30, numbers 3, 7.
5 17 Miscellaneous correspondence, including correspondence pertaining to H.R. 7398, S. 17446 and other legislation with handwritten notes.
5 18 1967.
5 18 "Today's Look at Desalination and Weather Modification." Remarks of B. P. Bellport, Chief Engineer of the Bureau of Reclamation before the National Reclamation Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, November 15.
5 18 Roster of Committees.
5 18 Tentative Conference Program. National Reclamation Association 36th Annual Convention. Honolulu, Hawaii. November 12-17.
5 18 Notes from Water Users Committee Meeting, November 13, 1967. Handwritten.
5 18 90th Congress. 1st session. S. 119.
5 18 90th Congress. 1st session. S. 1429.
5 18 90th Congress. 1st session. S. 2530.
5 18 90th Congress. 1st session. Senate Report 491.
5 18 Statement of the Honorable Stanley P. Resor, Secretary of the Army before the Senate Subcommittee on Executive Reorganization, Committee on Government Operations, U.S. Senate in connection with S. 886.
5 18 Western U.S. Water Investigation Act of 1967. Statement of Senator Frank E. Moss (D. Utah) in the U.S. Senate. April 5.
5 18 Status of National Reclamation Association Resolutions. August 4.
5 18 Minutes of the Utah Water Users' Association Committee Meeting, Salt Lake City. July 21.
5 18 Memoranda to Water Users Committee Members.
2 6 1969.
2 6 Program. 38th Annual Convention, National Reclamation Association. Spokane, Washington. October 21-24. Theme: Water -- People -- and National Goals.
2 6 Registration list, Spokane Convention.
2 6 "Reclamation and a National Rural and Urban Growth Policy." Senator Henry M. Jackson, Chairman, Senate Interior and Insular Affairs Committee. Address before the National Reclamation Association. Spokane, Washington. October 24.
2 6 Photograph: Board of Directors.
2 6 Photograph: J. R. Barkley; Harry Seele, Water Resources Committee, and two other men.
2 6 Reception List.
2 6 Duties of committee. March 25. Standing practice #1.
2 6 Extracts from the minutes of the Board Meeting, November 17, 1968 at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
2 6 "Public Relations Blueprint for the National Reclamation Association" presented to the officers and directors of the National Reclamation Association, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. November 19, 1968.
2 6 Resolutions. National Reclamation Association, 37th Annual Meeting, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, November 17-22, 1968. Final from the committee.
2 6 J.R. Barkley's folder for the National Reclamation Association meeting, Spokane, Washington. Includes: resolutions, minutes, handwritten notes, head table seating chart, state quotas.
2 6 Notes from a meeting handwritten by J. R. Barkley.
2 6 Minutes of the Board of Directors meeting, Spokane. Sunday, October 19.
2 6 Board meeting. Thursday, October 23. Condensed by President Sorenson.
2 6 Organization of the National Reclamation Association.
2 6 Committees chart.
2 6 Treasurers Statement. January.
2 6 Statement of assets, liabilities and association equity resulting from cash transactions. December 31, 1969 with comparative figures for 1967. 2 copies
2 6 Board Letter. Numbers 2-4, 9-10.
2 6 Persons attending National Reclamation Association Congressional Reception, February 26, 1969 (enclosure in Board Letter #4).
2 6 National Reclamation Association extracts of Board Minutes Meeting of February 23, 1969 (enclosure in Board Letter #4).
2 6 Finance Statement, February (enclosure in Board Letter #4).
2 6 Board memo: "Prospective Activities and Arrangements for the Board Meetings Beginning Sunday, February 23".
2 6 Thinking paper: "Suggestion Toward a Framework for the Comprehensive Evaluation of Conservation Projects." National Reclamation Association. February 13. 2 copies
2 6 Fact Sheet. Subject: Small Reclamation Projects (PL 984 - 89th Congress). National Reclamation Association. February 28.
2 6 "Water Resources Projects and the General Well-Being". 4 page mimeo
2 6 Discussion with the Interior and Insular Affairs Committee of the Congress on the Evaluation of Benefits from Water Resources Projects by Bronn, Executive Director, National Reclamation Association. 9pp. and 1p. appendix
2 6 Congressional Record. November 17. "Reclamation Aspirations Versus Achievements." Hon. Jeffery Cohelan of California in the House of Representatives, Monday, November 17, 1969 (Copy).
2 6 "Warning on Water Voiced on Cities Day" by Dick Prouty. The Denver Post, November 2.
2 6 Reclamation News. Volume 32, number 7. Volume 33, numbers 2, 10.
2 6 Miscellaneous correspondence and memoranda.


Series 2: National Water Resources Association, 1970-1974

Box Folder
2 7 1970.
2 7 Pre-Convention Registration form for National Water Resources Association Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, November 16-19.
2 7 Program. 39th Annual Convention, National Water Resources Association. Las Vegas, Nevada, November 16-19. Theme: Water Care -- For Man and Nature.
2 7 Conceptual Program, National Water Resources Association's Las Vegas Conference for Water Care. Theme: To sustain nature and to supply man. Dated July 18, 1970. Denver, Colorado.
2 7 Program (Penultimate copy). National Water Resources Association Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada. Theme: Water care -- man and nature.
2 7 Abstract of meeting of Program Committee, Las Vegas Convention. Board of Directors list. Revised March 1970.
2 7 Agenda, Board of Directors meeting, Washington, D.C., March 2.
2 7 Agenda, Board of Directors meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, November 15.
2 7 Tentative Agenda, Executive Committee meeting January 9.
2 7 Minutes, Board of Directors meeting, Washington, D.C., March 2.
2 7 Minutes, Board of Directors meeting, Denver July 17-18.
2 7 Resolutions: Number 70-1. Land and water resources planning.
2 7 Resolutions: Number 70-2. Association financing.
2 7 Spokane Resolutions. Actions in 1970. July 14, 1970.
2 7 Statement of objectives.
2 7 National Water Resources Association mailing list.
2 7 Handwritten notes and list of breakfast attendees, March 4 and 5.
2 7 Board Letter. Numbers 1-4, 6-7, 10-12.
2 7 91st Congress, 1st Session S. 1631.
2 7 91st Congress, 1st Session S. 3354 (Committee Print #2).
2 7 91st Congress 2nd Session H.R. Report 91-1782, Rivers and Harbors and Flood Control Acts of 1970.
2 7 Testimony of Lorin W. Markham, President, National Water Resources Association, to the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Public Works. May 5, 1970.
2 7 Quota Recap by States: October 26, November.
2 7 Suggested Quota Recap by States for 1971.
2 7 "The Social Benefits of National Resource Development." An address to the New Mexico Water Conference. Carl Bronn.
2 7 Brief. A bill to amend the Federal Water Pollution Control Act by S. 3471. National Water Resources Association, July 11.
2 7 Agenda, meeting of the Colorado Water Advisory Committee. July 13.
2 7 Minutes, meeting of the Executive Committee of the Colorado Water Congress, June 3.
2 7 Irrigation: Panel on multiple water uses. Rivers and Harbors Congress.
2 7 Sale of Water from Nonproject Irrigation purposes from the Corps of Engineers Reservoirs, Missouri River Basin. Supporting Documentation. 2 copies
2 7 Interpretation of federal law concerning imposition of water sewer charges by the Secretary of the Interior for irrigation water diversions by non-federal-project irrigators from the Missouri River along certain reaches where river water flow characteristics are influenced by reservoirs constructed by the Corps of Engineers. Dated December 1969.
2 7 "Ponder Price of Embarking on Great Ecological Kick." James H. Kilpatrick. February 1, 1970. Newsclipping.
2 7 Press Release: Chairman of President Nixon's Task Force on Rural Development to speak.
2 7 Criteria News. National Waterways Conference. Issue 39, October 22, 1970.
2 7 Water Resources News. Volume 34, numbers 2, 4. 2 copies
2 7 Miscellaneous correspondence.
2 8 1971.
2 8 Program. 40th Annual Convention, National Water Resources Association, Dallas, Texas, October 31 - November 5, 1971. Theme: The Thinking Man's Environment.
2 8 Head table seating. Thursday noon luncheon.
2 8 Remarks of the Honorable Wayne N. Aspinall, Chairman, Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives to the Annual Convention of the National Water Resources Association.
2 8 Minutes of meeting of Board of Directors. August 5, 6, 7 at Page, Arizona.
2 8 Resolutions, National Water Resources Association, 40th Annual Meeting, October 31 to November 5.
2 8 Handwritten Board meeting notes, November 11.
2 8 Agenda of Board meeting, November 1-5.
2 8 Board of Directors Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, Sunday, November 15, 1970.
2 8 Board Letter. Number 2.
2 8 Tentative outline of March Board meeting with suggested budget for 1971, Quota recap by states for December 1970 and March 1971, Draft recommendation of the Committee on Association Objectives, November 17, 1970.
2 8 Abstract of minutes of meeting of The Board of Directors, December 3, 1971.
2 8 Quota recap by states. September.
2 8 Recommendations of the Committee on Association Objective, November 17, 1970.
2 8 Obituary of Harry E. Polk, former President of National Water Resources Association.
2 8 Draft review of resolutions of 1970.
2 8 Proposed draft of resolutions adjusted by the Board of Directors of National Water Resources Association at Lake Powell. Draft.
2 8 Purposes, priorities and resolutions. Draft white paper.
2 8 Study paper on Westwide Water Planning.
2 8 92nd Congress, 1st Session H.R. 7211.
2 8 92nd Congress, 1st Session Excerpts from H.R. 7211.
2 8 Draft of the Western U.S. Water Supply Act of 1967.
2 8 Excerpts of testimony by the Honorable Francis W. Sargent, Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
2 8 Biography of Wayne Aspinall and Gene Wilhelm used by J. R. Barkley at the Thursday luncheon.
2 8 "Ecology and Economy: Vital Concerns of Texas." J. Pike Godfrey. Summer 1971, pg. 3-4. (no source indicated).
2 8 Water for Texas. Volume 1, number 12, September 1971.
2 8 Water Life. Volume 35, number 8.
2 8 Miscellaneous correspondence, including correspondence on the Sierra Club vs. Hickel, fund raising for National Water Resources Association.
2 9 1972.
2 9 Executive Prevue of Technical Program at Salt Lake City.
2 9 Preliminary Outline of the Program for Salt Lake City Convention.
2 9 Program, 46th Annual Convention, National Water Resources Association, Salt Lake City, Utah. November 12-17. Theme: Pioneers of Irrigation Yesterday, Protectors of the Environment Today, Providers for the Needs of Tomorrow.
2 9 Today at the National Water Resources Association Convention for Friday.
2 9 "The View from the Fish Barb," remarks by Major General J. W. Morris, Director of Civil Works, before the National Water Resources Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, 16 November.
2 9 J. R. Barkley's handwritten biographical notes for introduction of Wallace F. Bennett and Senator Frank E. Moss.
2 9 National Water Resources Association Financial statement. June, September. 2 copies
2 9 National Water Resources Association budget 1973.
2 9 National Water Resources Association 1972 goals.
2 9 Minutes of the National Water Resources Association Board of Directors, August 14, 1972.
2 9 Work sheet -- Board events and tentative agenda.
2 9 "Outdoor values and water development." Action paper to National Water Resources Association Directors. April 28.
2 9 Quota statements. December 1971, March, April, June, July, August, October, November.
2 9 National Water Resources Association Committees list.
2 9 Minutes of the meeting of the Board of Directors, National Water Resources Association, Dallas, Texas, October 31, 1971.
2 9 First draft of agenda for Board of Directors Meeting on November 12.
2 9 National Water Resources Association Legislative Check List Status, 1 September.
2 9 Photograph of the directors and other members of the National Water Resources Association Meeting with the Commissioner of Reclamation Ellis L. Armstrong in Washington, D.C. on February 1. Includes Milo W. Hoisveen, North Dakota; Lorin Markham, Washington; James Sorensen, California; Bob Chuck, Hawaii; Chris Green, Kansas; Kenneth L. Cook, RR Representative, J. R. Barkley, Colorado; John Simmons, Texas; Hub White, Montana; Ed Southwick, Utah; John Rosholt, Idaho; LeGrande Page, Wyoming; Homer M. Engelhorn, South Dakota; Carl Bronn, Washington, D.C.; Harold Henigson, Oregon; Don Doncaster, Washington; Judge Bill Smith, Nebraska; John Sayre, Colorado; Clarence Base, Oklahoma; Jack Ross, Colorado; Bob Fisher, Colorado.
2 9 Extracts for National Water Resources Association Board of Directors and Committee Chairmen from the statement of Joel M. Pichelenor on behalf of the National Wildlife Federation before the Subcommittee on Public Works, the Senate Committee of Appropriation. May 8.
2 9 92nd Congress, 2d Session Senate Report 92-73. Rural Development Act of 1972.
2 9 92nd Congress, 2d Session Rural Development Act of 1972.
2 9 Congressional Record Reprints: House of Representative, Monday, August 7, 1972.
2 9 Congressional Record Reprints: The Land Use Policy and Planning Assistance Act of 1973. August 16, 1972.
2 9 Coal Mine Land Reclamation Research Location - Western Energy Company, Colstrip, Montana. Montana Agricultural Experiment Station Research Report 20. Bozeman, MT: Montana State University, March 1972.
2 9 Statement of the State of Texas to the Water Resources Council on the proposed principles and standards for planning water and related land resources.
2 9 List of National Water Commission studies numbers 1-69.
2 9 President's annual report. Report of Louis C. Purdy, President of the National Waterways Conference at the Conference's 1972 Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana, September 21.
2 9 Comparison of existing policies as printed in Senate Document No. 97, 87th Congress, 2d Session; The Task Force Recommendations of July 1970; and the Water Resources Council's proposed Principles and Standards as published in the Federal Register, December 21, 1971.
2 9 Loans under the Small Reclamation Projects Act of 1956. U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, 1972.
2 9 Miscellaneous copies of newspaper clippings.
2 9 Letter to the Western Resources Executives (WERXS). January, February, May 19, July 6.
2 9 Water Life. Volume 36, numbers 3-5, 7, 9-11.
2 9 Miscellaneous correspondence and memoranda, including signed letter to J. R. Barkley from Hubert H. Humphrey, U.S. Senator, Minnesota.
3 1 1973.
3 1 Tentative program outline, National Water Resources Association 42nd Annual Convention. October 11.
3 1 National Water Resources Association prospective speakers and subjects for the Phoenix meeting. July 24.
3 1 Results of meetings of Program Committee and National Water Resources Association Board of Directors, August 15, 16, and 17. Boise, Idaho.
3 1 Minutes of the National Water Resources Association Board of Directors Meeting, Washington D.C., March 12, 13, and 14.
3 1 Tentative agenda, Board of Directors Meeting, March 19-21.
3 1 National Water Resources Association Board of Directors meeting, March 19-21. Agenda and supporting documents including tentative agenda, Board of Directors List, Financial statement for the end of December 1972, Cash position and reconciliation for January and February 1972.
3 1 Elaboration of items on the tentative agenda for the summer board meeting. August 2.
3 1 National Water Resources Association projected income and outgo to end December.
3 1 Memo from John W. Simmons to the Ad Hoc Committee on National Water Resources Association reorganization possibilities and factors dated March 16.
3 1 Quota recap. December 1972, April, June.
3 1 National Water Resources Association Agenda. November 10.
3 1 93rd Congress, 1st Session H.R. 641.
3 1 93rd Congress, 1st Session S. 28.
3 1 Congressional Record January 9 in the Senate.
3 1 Some notes on testimony before the National Water Commission in Washington, D.C. on February 8 and 9.
3 1 National Water Resources Association testimony to the National Water Commission.
3 1 Progress on major legislation on natural resources, 93rd Congress (as of August 6 recess) issued by National Water Resources Association.
3 1 Abstract of views from the National Water Resources Association, as submitted to the National Water Commission, August-September 1972.
3 1 "Irrigation -- Who Pays?" draft of speech by Carl H. Bronn to the South Dakota Water Development Association, October 31.
3 1 Comments of the Status of the SCC Resolution (as of August 28, 1973) by Carl F. [sic] Bronn. August 28.
3 1 "Aiming at the Future by Carl Bronn" to be printed in Water Life. National Water Resources Association, March 27.
3 1 Review of the National Water Commission Report: Summary, conclusions and recommendations. October 16. 2 copies
3 1 Executive Director's-Report by Thomas P. Burleigh, Executive Director, Texas Water Development Board. Reprinted from Water for Texas, November.
3 1 Letter to the Western Resources Executives (WERXS). December 22, 1972 (2 copies), January 31, February 27 (3 copies), March 30, September 26.
3 1 Miscellaneous correspondence including correspondence on S268, Land Use Policy; the National Land Use Policy and a signed letter from Cecil D. Andrews, Governor of Idaho.
3 2 1974, 1st Quarter.
3 2 National Water Resources Association Convention information including attendance, cost comparisons.
3 2 Resolutions from the National Water Resources Association, 42nd Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, November 11-16, 1973.
3 2 Minutes, National Water Resources Association, Board of Director's meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, November 11-16, 1973.
3 2 Minutes, National Water Resources Association, Board of Director's meeting, Washington, D.C., March 12, 13, and 14.
3 2 Invitation to a reception honoring the Water and Power Resources Subcommittees of the Interior and Insular Affairs Committees of the Congress, March 14.
3 2 Background for AAA talk, March 13.
3 2 "Federal Water Resources Investment - Agricultural Effects." Carl H. Bronn. Presented at AAAS, San Francisco, California. February 28.
3 2 Water Resources Congress. Officers and Committees.
3 2 Miscellaneous correspondence.
3 3 1974, 2nd Quarter.
3 3 A Conference on the Fresno Convention. May 17. Draft.
3 3 Miscellaneous correspondence including correspondence on water energy, information on the Broadmor, information on the Upper Colorado River Basin Energy Development Project water needs and water supplies.
3 4 1974, 3rd Quarter.
3 4 Draft Program as of August 4, Fresno Convention, November 10-15.
3 4 Minutes. Board of Directors meeting, July 25 and 26, Denver, Colorado.
3 4 Proposed Resolution for the Western States Water Council with respect to irrigation discharge permits.
3 4 Joint Statement, Water Resources Congress, National Association of Conservation Districts, National Water Resources Association and the National Environmental Development Association submitted to the Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation and the Environment, House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. July 22.
3 4 Miscellaneous correspondence.
3 5 1974, 4th Quarter.
3 5 Quota recap.
3 5 Review of Federal Water Resources Legislation for the Wyoming Water Development Association. 2 copies
3 5 Information on Westlands Water District (California). Miscellaneous correspondence and memoranda.


Series 3: Miscellaneous folders of the National Reclamation Association, 1946-1969

Box Folder
3 6 Acreage Limitations.
3 6 State of California. Report of the Governor's Task Force on the Acreage Limitation Problem. 1968.
3 6 Miscellaneous correspondence.
3 7 Alternative Financing Proposals (Hoddle or others).
3 7 Address for presentation before the Annual Meeting of the Washington State Reclamation Association, Ephrata, Washington, October 26, 1967, by Charles W. Hoddle, Chairman of the Pacific Northwest River Basins Commission.
3 8 Articles and Editorials on Reclamation and Public Works.
3 9 Board Minutes. 1967-1968.
3 10 Board Session, Oklahoma City. 1968.
3 10 Resolution, National Reclamation Association, 37th Annual Meeting, November 17-22. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
3 10 Message of James Sorensen, President at the Annual Convention of the National Reclamation Association, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, November 20.
3 10 Board agenda.
3 Handwritten notes.
3 10 Treasurer's statement, October.
3 10 Legislative recap.
3 10 Organizational charts.
3 10 "A New Approach to Water Development and National Objectives." A thinking paper. National Reclamation Association. November 4, 1968.
3 10 Situation report from National Reclamation Association to the Western Water Executives (WCWAX 4). October 30.
3 10 Miscellaneous correspondence.
3 11 Budget.
3 11 Comparison of balances for May 1968 and May 1969.
3 11 Copies of checks to National Reclamation Association April and May 1969.
3 11 Quota statement. February 1969, April 1969.
3 11 Statement of assets, liabilities and association equity resulting from cash transactions, December 31, 1968.
3 11 Treasurer's statements. January 1968, February 1968, March 1968, May 1968, June 1968, October 1968.
3 11 Budget 1968.
3 11 Miscellaneous correspondence.
3 12 By-Laws and Director Roster.
3 12 1968 Directors: Original, December 5, 1967.
3 12 1968 Directors: Revised, March 22, 1968.
3 12 Brief Sketches of the members of the Board of Directors, National Reclamation Association.
3 13 Cody Meeting. 1968 September 14-15.
3 13 Miscellaneous handwritten notes.
3 13 Minutes of the meeting of the Board of Directors Washington, D.C., March 1968.
3 13 Minutes of the meeting of the Board of Directors Cody, Wyoming, September 14-15, 1968.
3 13 Committee procedures. A working paper. August 1968.
3 13 Structure of committees. A working paper.
3 13 90th Congress, 2nd Session H.R. 18260.
3 13 The Cody Enterprise. Volume 70, number 7, Thursday September 12, 1968. National Reclamation Association Board meeting with pictures of Carl Bronn and James Sorensen.
3 13 Miscellaneous correspondence.
3 14 Colorado Quota and Budget.
3 14 Quota statement. March 1969.
3 14 Treasurer's statement. April 1968, July 1968, August 1968.
3 14 Miscellaneous correspondence.
3 15 Colorado River Legislation.
3 15 Board Letter. Number 5, January 26, 1968.
3 15 Comparison of H.R. 3300 with S. 1004.
3 16 Committees.
3 16 Organization charts.
3 16 Miscellaneous correspondence.
3 17 Current Meeting Agenda.
3 17 Statement of Mr. James Sorensen to the House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, March 6, 1968.
3 17 Proposed Statement of the National Reclamation Association before the House Interior and Insular Affairs Committee on the Scenic Rivers and Wild Rivers Bill.
3 17 Statement before the Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs by Doyle F. Boen, March 6, 1968.
3 17 "Reclamation - Related to National Goals." Testimony for the Committee of the Senate on Interior and Insular Affairs by the National Reclamation Association.
3 17 Congressional Record. February 25, 1968. Water Rights Act of 1968.
3 17 "Reclamation -- Budgets -- Benefactors -- and Benefits." A Brief for the Committees of Congress on Interior and Insular Affairs by the National Reclamation Association. March 6, 1968.
3 17 "Alternative Methods of Financing Reclamation Development." Lorin W. Markham, Director, National Reclamation Association.
3 17 National Press Club of Washington, temporary privileges for Mr. J. R. Barkley. March 2, 1968. Board Letter. Number 2.
3 Miscellaneous correspondence.
3 18 Denver Meeting. 1969 July 1-2.
3 18 Preliminary Program for the Spokane, Washington. National Reclamation Association Conference. Theme: People: Water - National Goals. 2 copies
3 18 Agenda, Board of Director's Meeting. July 1. 2 copies
3 18 Handwritten notes from meeting.
3 18 Press Release from the National Wildlife Federation, May 23, 1969.
3 18 Board Letter. Number 8.
3 18 Miscellaneous correspondence.
3 19 Investment Legislation (suggested by Bronn).
3 19 A Bill to improve Federal-State water resources investments. A Draft.
3 19 Miscellaneous correspondence.
3 20 J.R. Barkley.
3 20 Committee Lists.
3 20 Financial statements. November 1967 - September 1968.
3 20 Board Letters.
3 20 Resolutions.
3 20 Speeches.
3 20 Reclamation News December 1967 - October 1968.
3 Legislative summary WeWax Letters.
3 20 Minutes from Washington, D.C. meeting in March of 1968, and Cody, Wyoming in September of 1968.
3 21 Miscellaneous Correspondence of the Executive Director.
Includes reviews of events in Washington of interest to Western Water Executives
3 22 National Reclamation Association.
3 22 Program, 31st Annual Convention, National Reclamation Association, Portland, Oregon. October 16,17,18,19, 1962. Theme: Uniting the West for Richer.
3 22 Program, 32nd Annual Convention, National Reclamation Association, Sun Valley, Idaho. October 20-25, 1963.
3 22 Program, 33rd Annual Convention, National Reclamation Association, Palm Springs, California. November 8-13, 1964.
3 22 Information and Agenda, 34th Annual Convention, National Reclamation Association, Kansas City, Missouri. November 7-12, 1965.
3 22 Information and Agenda, 35th Annual Convention, National Reclamation Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico. November 13-19, 1966.
3 22 Program, 38th Annual Convention, National Reclamation Association. Spokane, Washington, October 21-24, 1969. Theme: Water -- People -- and National Goals.
3 23 National Reclamation Association. 1946. VIEW
3 23 Official Program of the 15th Annual Convention held, Omaha, Nebraska, October 9-11.
3 23 Minutes of the Colorado Caucus of the 15th Annual Convention held, Omaha, Nebraska, October 9.
3 23 Statement presented March 15, 1946 to the House Sub-Committee of Interior Appropriations by F. O. Hagie, Secretary-Manager of the National Reclamation Association.
3 23 "This is Your Job -- Every Citizen Must Help in a Campaign to Prove His Independence." Pamphlet published by the WCC Continuing Committee.
3 23 The West speaks to Congress, to Administration, and to all other interested parties on a dozen subjects through resolutions passed by the National Reclamation Association, 14th Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado. November 14-15-16, 1945.
3 23 Bulletin (National Reclamation Association.) Volume X, numbers 2-15. Volume XI, number 1.
3 24 National Reclamation Association. 1947. VIEW
3 24 Resolutions recommended by the Resolutions Committee and adopted by the National Reclamation Association 16th Annual Convention, Phoenix, Arizona, October 29-31.
3 24 80th Congress, 1st session. H.R. 2873.
3 24 80th Congress, 1st session. HR Report: Amending the Reclamation Project Act of 1939.
3 24 Amendments to the Rockwell Bill, H.R. 2873.
3 24 Congressional Record reprint: "Reclamation -- Insurance for our Food Supply." The Hon. Hugh Butler of Nebraska in the Senate of the U.S., Thursday, November 20.
3 24 Congressional Record reprint: "Missouri Valley Authority." Statement of Hon. Chapman Revercomb of West Virginia in the Senate of the United States, July 26.
3 24 List of Committee assignments of the U.S. Senate, 80th Congress.
3 24 Supplemental appropriation to continue the construction program of the Bureau of Reclamation. Bureau of Reclamation.
3 24 Estimate of appropriations, FY 48.
3 24 "Reclamation... Today's Opportunity. Food for the World. Energy for Peace. A Program to Help Meet the World Crisis." A pamphlet published by the National Reclamation Association.
3 24 Concept for the future in reclamation, an address by Harry E. Polk, President, National Reclamation Association.
3 24 Bulletin (National Reclamation Association), Volume XI, numbers 4-7, 9, 11-15. Volume XII, numbers 1-2.
3 24 Special Letter. Volume XII, numbers 6, 10-11.
3 25 National Reclamation Association. 1948. VIEW
3 25 Resolutions recommended by the Resolutions Committee and adopted by the National Reclamation Association 17th Annual Convention, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, November 17-19.
3 25 National Reclamation Association Treasurer's statement, May.
3 25 80th Congress, 2nd session. H.R. 3194.
3 25 80th Congress, 2nd session. H.R. 5901.
3 25 80th Congress, 2nd session. H.R. Report #1833. Amending the Reclamation Project Act of 1939.
3 25 Congressional Record reprint: "National Rivers and Harbor Congress, 38th Annual Convention, Washington, D.C., March 19-20." Speech of Hon. Hugh Butler of Nebraska in the Senate of the U.S., Wednesday, April 28.
3 25 "Reclamation, a National Investment. Long Range Planning Assured Return." Published by the National Reclamation Association, January.
3 25 "A New Look at Reclamation." Harry E. Polk, President, National Reclamation Association. A pamphlet by the Irrigation Districts Association of California. #9 of a series. 2 copies
3 25 "The Valley Authority Issue." Ed. H. Watson. Reprinted from Western Construction News, September 1948. Miscellaneous correspondence including correspondence on H.R. 2873 (Rockwell Bill).
3 25 Miscellaneous correspondence including correspondence on H.R. 2873 (Rockwell Bill).
3 26 National Reclamation Association. 1949. VIEW
3 26 "Area Home Rule." C. Petrus Peterson, Lincoln, Nebraska. Member of the Board of Direction, National Reclamation Association, November 30, 1949 at Omaha, Nebraska.
3 26 Bulletin (National Reclamation Association.) Volume XIII, numbers 2-8. Volume XIV, number 1.
3 26 Miscellaneous correspondence.
3 27 National Reclamation Association Convention. 1950-1953.
Miscellaneous correspondence. [Folder missing, 4/2019]
3 28 National Reclamation Association Convention. 1949. 1909-1920
3 28 Miscellaneous information on the Convention including program.
3 28 "Appraisals for Progress." Report of Harry E. Polk, President National Reclamation Association, at the National Reclamation Association 18th Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 2, 3, 4.
3 28 "The State of Reclamation." Address by Michael W. Straus, U.S. Commissioner of Reclamation at the National Reclamation Association 18th Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 2, 3, 4.
3 28 "A Sketch History of the National Reclamation Association." Address by Marshall N. Dana, First President of the National Reclamation Association at the National Reclamation Association 18th Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 2,3,4.
3 28 "Reclamation Problems Before the Congress." Address by Wesley A. D'Ewart, Congressman from Montana, at the National Reclamation Association 18th Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 2, 3, 4.
3 28 "Pending Legislation Affecting Recreation." Address by John R. Murdock, U.S. Representative, State of Arizona, at the National Reclamation Association 18th Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 2, 3, 4. 2 copies
3 28 Report of Wm. E. Welsh, Secretary-Manager, National Reclamation Association, at the National Reclamation Association 18th Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 2, 3, 4.
3 28 Report of T. K. Lybeck, Supervisor Buford Trenton Project, Williston, ND, at the National Reclamation Association 18th Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 2, 3, 4.
3 28 Resolution of the Colorado Caucus meeting on the Echo Park Dam during session of the at the National Reclamation Association 18th Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 2, 3, 4.
3 28 Resolution recommended by the Resolutions Committee to the National Reclamation Association 18th Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 4.
3 28 "The Nation's Most Fantastic Project." Central Arizona Project. Pamphlet.
3 28 Bulletin (National Reclamation Association.) Volume XII, number 9. October 19.
3 28 Miscellaneous correspondence, including signature of Hatfield Chilson, Attorney, Loveland, Colorado; a note written by Charles A. Lory, a letter to J. M. Dille handwritten by Charles A. Lory.
4 1 Oklahoma Convention Data. 1968.
4 1 Program draft, September 25.
4 1 Outline of program for the Oklahoma City Convention. Theme: Water -- Key to Advancement. First Draft, January 22.
4 1 Subject: Formation of National Reclamation Association Resolution. September 24.
4 1 Board Letter. Number 10, September 26.
4 1 Miscellaneous correspondence.
4 2 Policy Statements (letters, addresses, testimony).
Includes press releases from the National Reclamation Association
4 3 Public Investment Planning: Multi-purpose; benefit-cost.
4 3 Highlights of the first hearing on the Report of the Task Force of the Water Resources Commission for Evaluation of Water Projects. Atlanta, Georgia, August 5, 1969.
4 3 91st Congress, 1st Session. Committee Print: Annual Meeting with the Directors of the National Reclamation Association.
4 3 91st Congress, 2nd Session. Joint Committee Print: Economic Analysis of Public Investment Discussion: Interest Rate Policy and Discounting Analysis.
4 3 Board Letter. Number 6 -7, April 17, 1969, May 15, 1969, June 13, 1969.
4 3 Letter to the Western Water Executives (WERXS). July 16, 1969.
4 3 "Public Investment Planning in the U.S.: Analysis and Critique." Raymond L. Anderson, USDA Economic Research Service, National Resources Economics Division, Colorado State University. Second draft.
4 3 Miscellaneous correspondence.
4 4 President's Corner.
Handwritten notes and typescript
4 5 Public Land Development.
4 5 Board Letter. Number 4, January 26, 1968.
4 5 Miscellaneous correspondence.
4 5.1 Recreation Committee.
4 6 Reports and Memos.
4 6 Press Release: Remarks of the Honorable Gordon Allott, U.S. Senator, Colorado. October 28, 1959.
4 6 Recreation Law.
4 6 Codification.
4 6 Water Commission Bills.
4 6 89th Congress, 1st session. H.R. 10244.
4 6 89th Congress, 2nd session. H.R. 14992.
4 6 89th Congress, 2nd session. H.R. 15027.
4 6 89th Congress, 2nd session. S. 3107. 3 copies
4 6 Congressional Record, March 21, 1966. National Water Commission.
4 6 Miscellaneous correspondence, including a letter to Senator Murray from the Secretary of the Interior, May 13, 1955.
4 7 Resolutions.
4 7 36th Annual Meeting, Honolulu, 11/12-17, 1967.
4 8 Routine Correspondence. 1968.
4 9 Subcommittee on Pollution.
4 9 Federal Water Pollution Control Act. Comparison between H.R. 16076 as ordered reported by the House Public Works Committee and S. 2947 as passed by the Senate.
4 9 89th Congress, 1st session. H.R. Report 215.
4 9 89th Congress, 1st session. P. L. 89-234.
4 9 89th Congress, 1st session. S. 4. October 2, 1965. 2 copies
4 9 89th Congress, 2nd session. H.R. 16076. 2 copies
4 9 89th Congress, 2nd session. S.4.
4 9 An Act to prevent, abate, and control the pollution of the waters of the State to be enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Colorado.
4 9 Farm Bureau testimony. S. 2947, S. 2987 and related bills presented to the Subcommittee on Air and Water Pollution of the Senate Committee on Public Works by Craig L. Thomas. May 5.
4 9 U.S. Department of the Interior. Rock Creek clean-up starts, Udall announces. Press release. For release July 24, 1966.
4 9 Annual report 1965. Larimer County Health Department, Fort Collins, Colorado. Submitted by Fred L. Vogt, R.P.S., County Health Sanitarian, and Pauline C. Martin, Supervisory Nurse.
4 9 Miscellaneous correspondence.
4 10 Washington Associations vs. WRC.
4 10 Complaint for declaratory judgement and injunction relief.
4 10 Civil action no. 1935-73.
4 10 Plaintiffs first amendment to complaint.
4 10 Affidavits by Frank E. Smith, Harvey O. Banks, Herbert C. Gee, Bradley R. Rock.
4 10 Motion to dismiss.
4 11 Water Conservation Conference. 1947.
4 11 Constitution of the National Water Conservation Conference.
4 11 Resolutions adopted by the National Water Conservation Conference. September 19. 3 copies
4 11 Second meeting of the Water Conservation Conference Agenda.
4 11 Report of the Water Conference Continuing Committee.
4 11 Water Conservation Conference Continuing Committee Newsletter. Numbers 1-2.
4 11 Miscellaneous correspondence.
4 12 Water Conservation Conference. 1948.
4 12 Resolutions adopted by the National Water Conservation Conference, Kansas City, Missouri, September 19, 1947.
4 12 Statement presented at hearings before a subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Public Works by W. V. Howard, March 18, 1948.
4 12 Summary of proceedings of the National Water Conservation Conference, September 18-19, 1947.
4 12 Excerpts from the keynote address by the Hon. Ben Franklin Jensen at the South Dakota Republican Convention, July 12, 1948.
4 12 Press clipping on Mississippi Valley Authority and Columbia Valley Authority.
4 12 National Water Conservation Conference Newsletter. Numbers 13-16, 19-29, 31, 33-36.
4 12 Miscellaneous correspondence and memoranda.
4 13 Water Conservation Conference. 1949.
4 13 Resolutions amendments by the National Water Conservation Conference, Kansas City, Missouri, September 19, 1947.
4 13 81st Congress, 1st session. S. 1576.
4 13 Brief opposing H.R. 4286 Columbia Valley Authority by J. Howard Toelle, Professor Mining and Irrigation, Montana State University, Missoula, Montana.
4 13 Congressional Record report. National Rivers and Harbors Congress 39th Annual Convention, Washington, D.C., April 8-9, 1949.
4 13 Connecticut River Valley Flood Control Compact, December 31.
4 13 Address of Carl G. Paulson, Chief Hydraulic Engineer, USGS, before the National Water Conservation Conference, Chicago, Illinois, September 23, 1949.
4 13 "Why a Columbia Valley Authority." Robert Ormond Case. Reprinted from Nation's Business, October 1949.
4 13 "The Public Service Company Wants to Deliver the Power Generated by Colorado-Big Thompson Plant". 3 page typescript
4 13 Copies of press clippings on the Columbia Valley Authority and the Missouri Valley.
4 13 National Water Conservation Conference Newsletter. Numbers 37-44, 46, 48-49, 51-52, 54-60, 66-68.
4 14 Water Quality and Pollution.
Newspaper clippings
4 15 Water Rights.
Miscellaneous correspondence
4 16 Wild and Scenic Rivers.
4 16 Proposed Statement of the National Reclamation Association before the House Internal and Insular Affairs Committee on the Scenic Rivers and Wild Rivers Bills, February 15, 1965.
4 16 National Reclamation Association Memo to the Western Water Executive on the Wild and Scenic Rivers legislation.


Series 4: Proceedings of the National Reclamation Association, 1932-1968

Box Folder
4 17 Meeting. Salt Lake City, Utah. 1932 December 5-6. VIEW
4 18 2nd Annual Meeting. National Reclamation Association in conjunction with the Western Governor's Conference and Association of Western State Engineers. Boise, Idaho. 1933 November 27-28. VIEW
4 19 3rd Annual Meeting. National Reclamation Association and Association of Western State Engineers. Salt Lake City, Utah. 1934 December 7-8. VIEW
4 20 5th Annual Meeting. Spokane, Washington. 1936 November 23-24. VIEW
4 21 6th Annual Convention. Casper, Wyoming. Theme: Store the Water and Save the Land. 1937 October 12-14. VIEW
4 22 7th Annual Convention. Reno, Nevada. 1938 October 11-13. VIEW
4 23 8th Annual Meeting and Convention. Denver, Colorado. 1939 November 14-16. VIEW
4 24 9th Annual Convention. Great Falls, Montana. 1940 September 24-26. VIEW
4 25 10th Annual Convention. Phoenix, Arizona. Theme: Why and Where Irrigation is Necessary. 1941 October 15-17. VIEW
4 26 11th Annual Meeting. Denver, Colorado. Theme: Food Can Become the Most Critical of All War Materials. 1942 October 14-16. VIEW
4 27 Irrigation War Food Conference and 12th Annual Meeting of the National Reclamation Association. Denver, Colorado. Theme: Food is Fast Becoming One of the Most Critical of All War Materials. 1943 October 27-29. VIEW
4 28 13th Annual Meeting. Denver, Colorado. Theme: With Plans for Tomorrow and the Post-War Era. 1944 November 15-17. VIEW
4 29 14th Annual Meeting. Denver, Colorado. Theme: Using Our Land and Water Resources to Serve a World at Peace. 1945 November 14-16. VIEW
4 30 15th Annual Meeting. Omaha, Nebraska. Theme: Reclamation -- the Hope of a Starving World. 1946 October 9-11. VIEW
4 31 Resolutions recommended by the Resolution Committee and Adopted by the National Reclamation Association, 15th Annual Convention. VIEW
4 32 27th Annual Meeting. Houston, Texas. Theme: Reclamation -- Food and Fibre for Our Rapidly Increasing Population. 1958 November 19-21. VIEW
4 33 28th Annual Meeting. Denver, Colorado. Theme: Reclamation Fulfills a Prophecy: "The Desert Shall Bloom as a Rose". 1959 October 28-30. VIEW
4 34 National Reclamation Association Resolution, 1958 and 1959. 1959. VIEW
4 35 29th Annual Meeting. Bakersfield, California. 1960 November 16-18. VIEW
4 36 30th Annual Meeting. 1961 October 19-21. VIEW
4 37 Legislative Summary, 87th Congress, 1st Session and Progress report of National Reclamation Association resolutions. 1961 September. VIEW
4 38 31st Annual Meeting. Portland, Oregon. 1962 October 17-19. VIEW
4 39 Resolutions adopted by the National Reclamation Association 31st Annual Meeting. VIEW
4 40 32nd Annual Meeting. Sun Valley, Idaho. 1963 October 23-25. VIEW
4 41 Progress report on National Reclamation Association resolutions. 1963 September. VIEW
4 42 Resolutions of the National Reclamation Association 32nd Annual Meeting of the National Reclamation Association. VIEW
5 1 33rd Annual Meeting. Palm Springs, California. 1964 November. VIEW
5 2 Progress report on National Reclamation Association resolutions. 1964 September. VIEW
5 3 Resolutions of the National Reclamation Association 33rd Annual Meeting of the National Reclamation Association. VIEW
5 4 34th Annual Convention. Kansas City, Missouri. 1965 November 7-12. VIEW
5 5 Resolutions recommended by the Resolution Committee approved by each of the State Caucuses and adopted by the 34th Annual Convention of the National Reclamation Association. VIEW
5 6 35th Annual Convention. Albuquerque, New Mexico. Theme: Together Today for the Needs of Tomorrow. 1966 November 13-18. VIEW
5 7 Compendium of the Albuquerque Convention of the National Reclamation Association, comprised of messages from the President and Vice-President of the United States and others. 1966 November 13-18. VIEW
5 8 36th Annual Convention. Honolulu, Hawaii. Title Compendium. 1967 November 12-17. VIEW
5 9 37th Annual Convention. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Theme: Water to Advance America. 1968 November 12-22. VIEW