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  • Relander Collection (Yakima Valley Libraries, )
    Aerial view looking upstream of Priest Rapids Dam. Columbia River.
  • Relander Collection (Yakima Valley Libraries, )
    An aerial view of Priest Rapids Dam at 47% complete.
  • Relander Collection (Yakima Valley Libraries, )
    Aerial view of dam construction.
  • Relander Collection (Yakima Valley Libraries, )
    Aerial view of completed dam. Priest Rapids Dam. Columbia River.
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1954-08-17)
    Clippings range from August 17, 1954 through March 23, 1965. Some headlines include: "Priest Rapids bond issue will be largest floated, experts report," and "Priest Rapids Dam road first construction job." Though not ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1952-08-14)
    Clippings range from August 14, 1952 through May 24, 1966, with thirteen undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Priest Rapids Dam half done," and "Priest Rapids Dam visitors will see red." Though not ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1948-05-15)
    Clippings range from May 15, 1948 through June 1, 1962, with ten undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "City to hire adviser on Priest Rapids: moves to get data for decision on joining Grant PUD," and ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1948-05-19)
    Clippings range from May 19, 1948 through December 22, 1966, with several undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Offer new plan to end Priest Rapids Battle: ask commission to withdraw permit request," ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1958-06-23)
    Clippings range from June 23, 1958 through December 9, 1966, with nine undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Washington claims public his client," and "State audit of PUD asked." Though not digitized, ...
  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1954-03-27)
    Clippings range from March 27, 1954 through March 4, 1955, with three undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Dam statement draws criticism," and "State power rivals sign peace terms." Though not digitized, ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1953-01-24)
    "The government contends that the Wanapums were and are non-treaty people. This is true. The Wanapums never fought with the government so hence, no treaty. The government, however, is apparently not aware of the fact that ...
  • Davis, Calvin V. (UNPUBLISHED, 1957-04-12)
    This newsletter, prepared by Harza Engineering Company, includes a fiscal summary, black and white photographs of the progress being made, a letter from the president of Harza, and a construction progress summary.
  • Davis, Calvin V. (UNPUBLISHED, 1957-07-15)
    This newsletter, prepared by Harza Engineering Company, includes a fiscal summary, black and white photographs of the progress being made, a letter from the president of Harza, and a construction progress summary.
  • Davis, Calvin V. (UNPUBLISHED, 1957-10-16)
    This newsletter, prepared by Harza Engineering Company, includes a fiscal summary, black and white photographs of the progress being made, a letter from the president of Harza, and a construction progress summary.
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1957)
    With a large map on the back cover of each, focusing on Priest Rapids and Wanapum Dam, these two brochure are different versions issued by the Grant County PUD, also has general information and statistical data.
  • Unknown (UNPUBLISHED, 1955)
    Two versions of a brochure issued by the Public Utility District of Grant County, this brochure has information under the tiles, "Project Statistics," "Better Living," "Industrial Statistics," "Better Farming," and "Better ...
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1955)
    Brochure on the geology of the area where the Priest Rapids and Wanapum Dams were selected from, issued by Grant County PUD. Includes a drawing with a crosscut view of the different layers of rock strata where each dam was ...
  • Unknown (UNPUBLISHED, 1958-04-23)
    Includes data on several parts of the project, including left embankment, spillway excavation, reinforcing steel, and turbines, among others. Information includes revised total quantities and % complete.
  • Unknown (1955)
    Issued by Grant County PUD, this brochure has a black and white photograph of Relander's sculpture of Puck Hyah Toot on the front cover and also thanks Relander for the use of the information printed inside, most of which ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1955-04-02)
    Johnny Buck received a letter from Nile D. Meservy, with the State Department of Public Assistance, recipient. Relander begins by giving some information on Priest Rapids and other residences of the Wanapums. He also gives ...