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Water use -- New Mexico

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Donald Howard Wilson papers

Identifier: Ms-0505
Abstract Donald (Don) Howard Wilson was a civil engineer for the United States Army Corps of Engineers-Albuquerque District from approximately 1943 to 1963. While employed by the the Corps of Engineers, Wilson was a project engineer involved in various dam site projects within New Mexico. Papers relate to hydrology, dams and flood control projects in New Mexico during the 1940s and 1950s. Included are bound reports and records on projects throughout the state, including rivers of the Rio Grande...
Dates: 1920 - 1960

George E. Fettinger New Mexico legislative committees collection

Identifier: Ms-0236
Abstract Minutes, reports and resolutions of two research committees for the New Mexico State Legislature: The Criminal Justice Study Committee and the Water Usage and Resources Committee.
Dates: 1979-1983

James A. Baird papers

Identifier: Ms-0052-SC
Abstract First treasurer of Otero County, New Mexico after statehood. Contains deeds, brand certificates, tax papers, bills of sale, briefs for New Mexico vs. Tularosa Community Ditch and Lee Harlan vs. J. A. Baird and H. M. Patterson, and two letters from Albert B. Fall concerning release of federally owned land in Doña Ana County.
Dates: 1876 - 1916

John L. Gregg papers

Identifier: Ms-0395
Abstract Professional and personal papers of John L. Gregg, a longtime Elephant Butte Irrigation District employee.
Dates: 1940-1996

New Mexico State Engineer Records,

Identifier: 1971-003
Content Note As of 2000 collection consists of records of the New Mexico State Engineer, its predecessor the Territorial Engineer, and the Interstate Stream Commission, which is a statutorily separate agency coordinated and directed by the State Engineer (1888-1992). Includes biennial reports (1932-1978), one annual report from 1979, minutes, legal documents, publications, and ledger books. Most of the records concern water rights, water conservation, irrigation, flood control, and water resources. Includes...
Dates: 1888-[ongoing].