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Roosevelt Power Canal & Diversion Dam, Parallels Salt River, Roosevelt, Gila County, AZ



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B&W Photos

HB65743
Temporary Power House At Roosevelt Dam

HB65744
Looking Down The Lined Power Canal As It Winds Its Way Toward The Cement Mill Photographer: Walter J

HB65745
Upper End, Or South Portal, Of The Wehrli Tunnel On The Power Canal Photographer: Walter J

HB65746
Apache Indian Laborer With Team And Scraper Working On The Power Canal Line Four Miles Above Livingstone, Arizona Photographer: Walter J

HB65747
Scrapers At Work On The Power Canal, Two Miles East Of Livingstone, Arizona Photographer: Walter J

HB65748
A Completed Portion Of The Power Canal Photographer: Walter J

HB65749
Pressure Conduit Across School House Wash On The Power Canal Photographer: Walter J

HB65750
A Completed Culvert On The Power Canal Located About Four Miles East Of Roosevelt Photographer: Walter J

HB65751
Looking East Up The Power Canal Showing A Wooden Flume, Cut And Cover And Tunnel No

HB65752
Whitney's Flume And View Of The Confluence Of Tonto Creek And The Salt River

HB65753
Sluiceway And Overflow Weir On The Power Canal Photograph: Walter J

HB65754
Sluice Gate On The Power Canal Photograph: Walter J

HB65755
The Pinto Settling Basin Photographer: Walter J

HB65756
Ditchrider Luther Jackson With Family At Pinto Creek Photographer: Unknown, March 1909

HB65757
Front View Of 'the Alligator' Photographer: C

HB65758
Pinto Pressure Pipe Under Construction Photographer: J

HB65759
Detailed View Of The Entrance Of The Cotton Wood Pressure Pipe Photographer: Walter J

HB65760
Gates At The End Of The Cotton Pressure Pipe Photographer: Unknown, February 23, 1906

HB65761
The Salt River Destroying Its Banks At The Wehrli Farm Photographer: J

HB65762
Diversion Dam Site In February 1904 Before Work Was Begun Photographer: Unknown, February 1904

HB65763
The Whitney Construction Camp At The Diversion Dam, Facing South

HB65764
The Diversion Dam Under Construction At The Intake Of The Salt River Power Canal, Showing Completed Apron Of Dam In Main Channel Of River Bed

HB65765
Intake Diversion Dam Under Construction, Facing Northwest And Downstream Photographer: Walter J

HB65766
Intake Gates At The Power Canal Photographer: G

HB65767
Looking Up The Salt River From The Intake Gates Of The Salt River Power Canal, Showing Headworks Of Power Canal Photographer: Walter J

HB65768
The Completed Intake Diversion Dam, Facing North Photographer: Walter J

HB65769
Break In Cottonwood Pressure Pipe Photographer: J

HB65770
Typical Portion Of Ogee Spillway Of The Reconstructed Diversion Dam Photographer: Unknown, January 29, 1937

HB65771
The Diversion Dam, Facing South, Showing The Intake Operating House Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984

HB65772
The Diversion Dam, Facing North, Showing The 'u' Shaped North Abutment Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984

HB65773
The Sluice Exit And Operating House At The South Side Of The Diversion Dam Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984

HB65774
The Operating Mechanisms Of The Intake Gates At The Diversion Dam

HB65775
A 60-inch Concrete Drainage Flume At Mile 1d

HB65776
Looking Up The Power Canal From Mile 1d Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984

HB65777
Looking Down The Power Canal From Mile 1d Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984

HB65778
Upstream Side Of The 108-foot Cut And Cover At Lee Wash Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984

HB65779
Facing Downstream At Lee Wash

HB65780
Looking At Lee Wash From The Salt Ricer Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984

HB65781
Downstream Side Of The 108-foot Cut And Cover At Lee Wash Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984

HB65782
A Concrete Drainage Flume Along The Canal Line At Mile 2e Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984

HB65783
A Typical Overflow Weir Without Flash Boards

HB65784
The Pinto Settling Basin

HB65785
The Upstream Side Of The Pinto Settling Basin Sluice Gates Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984

HB65786
The Downstream Side Of The Pinto Settling Basin Sluice Gates Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984

HB65787
The Pinto Settling Basin Intake Gates Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984

HB65788
Looking Across Pinto Creek With The Intake Gates Located At The Lower Left Corner Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984

HB65789
The Pinto Pressure Pipe Exit Gates

HB65790
The Pinto Pressure Exit Pipes Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984

HB65791
The Cottonwood Intake With Sluice Gates

HB65792
The Remains Of The Cotton Exit Gates Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984

HB65793
Fred Teichman's Rotating Screen At Terminus Of The Power Canal

HB65794
The Downstream Face Of Roosevelt Dam

HB65795
Layout Of Power Canal Line, List Of Structures Courtesy Of Reclamation Service, Salt River Project, Arizona

HB65796
Plat Of Power Canal No

HB65797
Cross Sections For Power Canal, Courtesy Of U.s.g.s., Reclamation Service, Salt River Reservoir Project

HB65798
Cross Sections Of Canal And Tunnels

HB65799
Tunnel Sections For Power Canal Courtesy Of U.s.g.s., Reclamation Service, Salt River Reservoir Project

HB65800
Stave And Binder Flumes Courtesy Of U.s.g.s., Reclamation Service, Salt River Reservoir Project

HB65801
Concrete Drainage Flumes, Power Canal

HB65802
Roosevelt Power Canal, Flume At Sta

HB65803
Details Of Flume Construction, Second Alternative, Salt River Reservoir, Arizona

HB65804
Standard Overflow Weir For Power Canal Courtesy Of U.s.g.s., Reclamation Service, Salt River Project

HB65805
Standard Diverting Sluice For Power Canal Courtesy Of U.s.g.s., Reclamation Service, Salt River Project

HB65806
Standard Cast Iron Sluice Gate, Power Canal Courtesy Of U.s.g.s., Reclamation Service, Salt River Project

HB65807
Bridge Over Power Canal At Station 369 - Near Hocker Wash

HB65808
Proposed Basin And Intake For Pinto Pressure Pipe, Power Canal, Salt River Reservoir, Arizona

HB65809
Entrance To Pinto Pressure Pipes, Details Courtesy Of U.s.g.s., Reclamation Service, Salt River Project

HB65810
New Settling Basin At Canal #1 - Roosevelt Courtesy Of U.s.g.s., Salt River Project

HB65811
Layout At Terminus Of Power Canal Courtesy Of U.s.g.s., Reclamation Service, Salt River Project

HB65812
Entrance To Penstock Tunnel, Power Canal Courtesy Of U.s.g.s., Reclamation Service, Salt River Project

HB65813
Power Canal Headworks Courtesy Of U.s.g.s., Reclamation Service, Salt River Reservoir, Arizona

HB65814
Arrangement Of Sluice Gates And Hoists, Diversion Dam - Power Canal Courtesy Of U.s.g.s., Reclamation Service, Salt River Project

HB65815
General Assembly Of Mechanism, For Operating Diversion Dam Sluice Gates Courtesy Of U.s.r.s., Salt River Project

HB65816
Gate House At The Diversion Dam Courtesy Of U.s.g.s., Reclamation Service, Salt River Projct

HB65817
House For Gate Keeper, Diversion Dam Courtesy Of U.s.g.s., Reclamation Service

HB65818
Condensed Profile Of Roosevelt Power Canal Courtesy Of Dept

HB65819
Roosevelt Power Canal Location Map, Work To Be Done By Contract Courtesy Of Dept

HB65820
Power Canal Diversion Dam, Existing Structure Courtesy Of Dept

HB65821
Roosevelt Power Canal, Rehabilitation, Cross Drainage Flume - Longitudinal Sections Courtesy Of Dept

HB65822
Roosevelt Power Canal, Rehabilitation, Cross Drainage Flume - Flume Details Courtesy Of Dept

HB65823
Roosevelt Power Canal, Rehabilitation, Cross Drainage Flumes - Center Bent Details Courtesy Of Dept

HB65824
Roosevelt Power Canal, Suggested Arrangement For Electrical Operation Of Sluice Gates And Canal Intake Gates At Diversion Dam Courtesy Of Dept


Data Pages


Photo Caption Pages


Item Title


Location
Parallels Salt River, Roosevelt vicinity, AZ

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER AZ-4
Building/structure dates: 1904 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1936 subsequent work
Building/structure dates: 1952 subsequent work

Subjects
Canals
Power Industry
Dams


Related Names
Daley Corporation
Gates & Huntley
U.S. Reclamation Service
Davis, Arthur Powell
Davis, A. P.
Gates, Charles T.


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. TEMPORARY POWER HOUSE AT ROOSEVELT DAM. TRAMWAY LINES CAN BE SEEN AT TOP OF PHOTOGRAPH Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, May 10, 1906
2. LOOKING DOWN THE LINED POWER CANAL AS IT WINDS ITS WAY TOWARD THE CEMENT MILL Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, November 19, 1907
3. UPPER END, OR SOUTH PORTAL, OF THE WEHRLI TUNNEL ON THE POWER CANAL Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, April 1, 1905
4. APACHE INDIAN LABORER WITH TEAM AND SCRAPER WORKING ON THE POWER CANAL LINE FOUR MILES ABOVE LIVINGSTONE, ARIZONA Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, June 14, 1906
5. SCRAPERS AT WORK ON THE POWER CANAL, TWO MILES EAST OF LIVINGSTONE, ARIZONA Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, August 1, 1904
6. A COMPLETED PORTION OF THE POWER CANAL Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, March 21, 1905
7. PRESSURE CONDUIT ACROSS SCHOOL HOUSE WASH ON THE POWER CANAL Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, February 21, 1906
8. A COMPLETED CULVERT ON THE POWER CANAL LOCATED ABOUT FOUR MILES EAST OF ROOSEVELT Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, March 29, 1905
9. LOOKING EAST UP THE POWER CANAL SHOWING A WOODEN FLUME, CUT AND COVER AND TUNNEL NO. 10 Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, February 21, 1906
10. WHITNEY'S FLUME AND VIEW OF THE CONFLUENCE OF TONTO CREEK AND THE SALT RIVER. AREA SHOWN IS PRESENTLY UNDER WATER. TONTO CREEK FLOWS FROM BACKGROUND CENTER TO LEFT, AND THE SALT RIVER FLOWS FROM RIGHT TO LEFT IN THE PHOTO. DAM IS LOCATED OFF THE PHOTO TO THE LEFT Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, March 3, 1906
11. SLUICEWAY AND OVERFLOW WEIR ON THE POWER CANAL Photograph: Walter J. Lubken, February 21, 1906
12. SLUICE GATE ON THE POWER CANAL Photograph: Walter J. Lubken, February 21, 1906
13. THE PINTO SETTLING BASIN Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, May 1, 1906
14. DITCHRIDER LUTHER JACKSON WITH FAMILY AT PINTO CREEK Photographer: unknown, March 1909
15. FRONT VIEW OF 'THE ALLIGATOR' Photographer: C. R. Weitze, September 23, 1905
16. PINTO PRESSURE PIPE UNDER CONSTRUCTION Photographer: J. Morgan Miller, July 17, 1906
17. DETAILED VIEW OF THE ENTRANCE OF THE COTTON WOOD PRESSURE PIPE Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, March 9, 1906
18. GATES AT THE END OF THE COTTON PRESSURE PIPE Photographer: unknown, February 23, 1906
19. THE SALT RIVER DESTROYING ITS BANKS AT THE WEHRLI FARM Photographer: J. Morgan Miller, March 16, 1906
20. DIVERSION DAM SITE IN FEBRUARY 1904 BEFORE WORK WAS BEGUN Photographer: unknown, February 1904
21. THE WHITNEY CONSTRUCTION CAMP AT THE DIVERSION DAM, FACING SOUTH. WOOD BURNING PLANT AT RIGHT, INTAKE GATES AT CENTER LEFT. Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, June 13, 1906
22. THE DIVERSION DAM UNDER CONSTRUCTION AT THE INTAKE OF THE SALT RIVER POWER CANAL, SHOWING COMPLETED APRON OF DAM IN MAIN CHANNEL OF RIVER BED. Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, October 17, 1906
23. INTAKE DIVERSION DAM UNDER CONSTRUCTION, FACING NORTHWEST AND DOWNSTREAM Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, September 17, 1906
24. INTAKE GATES AT THE POWER CANAL Photographer: G. R. Weitze, November 1, 1905
25. LOOKING UP THE SALT RIVER FROM THE INTAKE GATES OF THE SALT RIVER POWER CANAL, SHOWING HEADWORKS OF POWER CANAL Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, October 17, 1906
26. THE COMPLETED INTAKE DIVERSION DAM, FACING NORTH Photographer: Walter J. Lubken, November 23, 1906
27. BREAK IN COTTONWOOD PRESSURE PIPE Photographer: J. Morgan Miller
28. TYPICAL PORTION OF OGEE SPILLWAY OF THE RECONSTRUCTED DIVERSION DAM Photographer: unknown, January 29, 1937
29. THE DIVERSION DAM, FACING SOUTH, SHOWING THE INTAKE OPERATING HOUSE Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
30. THE DIVERSION DAM, FACING NORTH, SHOWING THE 'U' SHAPED NORTH ABUTMENT Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
31. THE SLUICE EXIT AND OPERATING HOUSE AT THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE DIVERSION DAM Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
32. THE OPERATING MECHANISMS OF THE INTAKE GATES AT THE DIVERSION DAM. See photo No. AZ-4-24 Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
33. A 60-INCH CONCRETE DRAINAGE FLUME AT MILE 1D. See Appendix I. Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
34. LOOKING UP THE POWER CANAL FROM MILE 1D Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
35. LOOKING DOWN THE POWER CANAL FROM MILE 1D Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
36. UPSTREAM SIDE OF THE 108-FOOT CUT AND COVER AT LEE WASH Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
37. FACING DOWNSTREAM AT LEE WASH. SALT RIVER CAN BE SEEN AT CENTER RIGHT Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
38. LOOKING AT LEE WASH FROM THE SALT RICER Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
39. DOWNSTREAM SIDE OF THE 108-FOOT CUT AND COVER AT LEE WASH Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
40. A CONCRETE DRAINAGE FLUME ALONG THE CANAL LINE AT MILE 2E Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
41. A TYPICAL OVERFLOW WEIR WITHOUT FLASH BOARDS. THE SALT RIVER CAN BE SEEN IN THE BACKGROUND Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
42. THE PINTO SETTLING BASIN. THE SIPHON INTAKE GATES CAN BE SEEN AT CENTER RIGHT AND THE SLUICE GATES ARE AT THE CENTER. THE POWER CANAL ENTERS THE BASIN FROM THE LEFT. See Photo No. AZ-4-13. Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
43. THE UPSTREAM SIDE OF THE PINTO SETTLING BASIN SLUICE GATES Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
44. THE DOWNSTREAM SIDE OF THE PINTO SETTLING BASIN SLUICE GATES Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
45. THE PINTO SETTLING BASIN INTAKE GATES Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
46. LOOKING ACROSS PINTO CREEK WITH THE INTAKE GATES LOCATED AT THE LOWER LEFT CORNER Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
47. THE PINTO PRESSURE PIPE EXIT GATES. NOTICE AT THE FAR LEFT, 'USRS 1905' Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
48. THE PINTO PRESSURE EXIT PIPES Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
49. THE COTTONWOOD INTAKE WITH SLUICE GATES. See Photo No. AZ-4-17 Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
50. THE REMAINS OF THE COTTON EXIT GATES Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
51. FRED TEICHMAN'S ROTATING SCREEN AT TERMINUS OF THE POWER CANAL. SETTLING BASIN IS LOCATED IN BOTTOM LEFT OF PHOTO. UPSTREAM SIDE OF ROOSEVELT DAM IS VISIBLE Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
52. THE DOWNSTREAM FACE OF ROOSEVELT DAM. THE ROOSEVELT POWER HOUSE IS LOCATED AT THE CENTER OF THE PHOTO WITH THE TRANSFORMER HOUSE LOCATED AT THE RIGHT. THE NORTH SPILLWAY IS AT THE FAR LEFT AND SOUTH SPILLWAY AT THE FAR RIGHT Photographer: Mark Durben, 1984
53. LAYOUT OF POWER CANAL LINE, LIST OF STRUCTURES Courtesy of Reclamation Service, Salt River Project, Arizona
54. PLAT OF POWER CANAL NO. 1, SHOWING LOCATION OF STRUCTURES, ETC. Courtesy of the Dept. of the Interior, U. S. Reclamation Service, Salt River Project, Arizona
55. CROSS SECTIONS FOR POWER CANAL, Courtesy of U.S.G.S., Reclamation Service, Salt River Reservoir Project
56. CROSS SECTIONS OF CANAL AND TUNNELS. POWER CANAL, SALT RIVER RESERVOIR Courtesy of U.S.G.S., Reclamation Service
57. TUNNEL SECTIONS FOR POWER CANAL Courtesy of U.S.G.S., Reclamation Service, Salt River Reservoir Project
58. STAVE AND BINDER FLUMES Courtesy of U.S.G.S., Reclamation Service, Salt River Reservoir Project
59. CONCRETE DRAINAGE FLUMES, POWER CANAL. Courtesy of U.S. Reclamation Service, Salt River Project
60. ROOSEVELT POWER CANAL, FLUME AT STA. 973 Courtesy of Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Salt River Project, Arizona
61. DETAILS OF FLUME CONSTRUCTION, SECOND ALTERNATIVE, SALT RIVER RESERVOIR, ARIZONA
62. STANDARD OVERFLOW WEIR FOR POWER CANAL Courtesy of U.S.G.S., Reclamation Service, Salt River Project
63. STANDARD DIVERTING SLUICE FOR POWER CANAL Courtesy of U.S.G.S., Reclamation Service, Salt River Project
64. STANDARD CAST IRON SLUICE GATE, POWER CANAL Courtesy of U.S.G.S., Reclamation Service, Salt River Project
65. BRIDGE OVER POWER CANAL AT STATION 369 - NEAR HOCKER WASH
66. PROPOSED BASIN AND INTAKE FOR PINTO PRESSURE PIPE, POWER CANAL, SALT RIVER RESERVOIR, ARIZONA
67. ENTRANCE TO PINTO PRESSURE PIPES, DETAILS Courtesy of U.S.G.S., Reclamation Service, Salt River Project
68. NEW SETTLING BASIN AT CANAL #1 - ROOSEVELT Courtesy of U.S.G.S., Salt River Project
69. LAYOUT AT TERMINUS OF POWER CANAL Courtesy of U.S.G.S., Reclamation Service, Salt River Project
70. ENTRANCE TO PENSTOCK TUNNEL, POWER CANAL Courtesy of U.S.G.S., Reclamation Service, Salt River Project
71. POWER CANAL HEADWORKS Courtesy of U.S.G.S., Reclamation Service, Salt River Reservoir, Arizona
72. ARRANGEMENT OF SLUICE GATES AND HOISTS, DIVERSION DAM - POWER CANAL Courtesy of U.S.G.S., Reclamation Service, Salt River Project
73. GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF MECHANISM, FOR OPERATING DIVERSION DAM SLUICE GATES Courtesy of U.S.R.S., Salt River Project
74. GATE HOUSE AT THE DIVERSION DAM Courtesy of U.S.G.S., Reclamation Service, Salt River Projct
75. HOUSE FOR GATE KEEPER, DIVERSION DAM Courtesy of U.S.G.S., Reclamation Service
76. CONDENSED PROFILE OF ROOSEVELT POWER CANAL Courtesy of Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Salt River Project, Arizona
77. ROOSEVELT POWER CANAL LOCATION MAP, WORK TO BE DONE BY CONTRACT Courtesy of Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Salt River Project
78. POWER CANAL DIVERSION DAM, EXISTING STRUCTURE Courtesy of Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Salt River Project
79. ROOSEVELT POWER CANAL, REHABILITATION, CROSS DRAINAGE FLUME - LONGITUDINAL SECTIONS Courtesy of Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Salt River Project, Arizona
80. ROOSEVELT POWER CANAL, REHABILITATION, CROSS DRAINAGE FLUME - FLUME DETAILS Courtesy of Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Salt River Project
81. ROOSEVELT POWER CANAL, REHABILITATION, CROSS DRAINAGE FLUMES - CENTER BENT DETAILS Courtesy of Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Salt River Project, Arizona
82. ROOSEVELT POWER CANAL, SUGGESTED ARRANGEMENT FOR ELECTRICAL OPERATION OF SLUICE GATES AND CANAL INTAKE GATES AT DIVERSION DAM Courtesy of Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Salt River Project, Arizona


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