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Greeley-Poudre 1 I
Author(s):Carpenter, Delph; Iliff, William S.; Wendelken, F. S.
Correspondence between Delph Carpenter and Laramie-Poudre Reservoirs and Irrigation Company Vice President William S. Iliff concerning financial and legal matters associated with the Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District. The ...
Colorado Water Users Association, folder 1 of 2
Delph Carpenter's correspondence with R. G. Hosea, Lyman E. Bishop, H. G. Clark, A. H. Cutler, and others and financial transactions directed to Carpenter for the Colorado Water Users Association of the South Platte and ...
South Platte River Compact: Final
Typescript of the final South Platte River Compact and two copies of a letter from Delph Carpenter to Colorado Governor William Sweet announcing the successful completion of the compact
South Platte River
Author(s):Carpenter, Delph; Hafen, LeRoy R. (LeRoy Reuben), 1893-1985
Correspondence regarding interviews with people living along the South Platte River
South Platte River Compact: First drafts, folder 1 of 2
Early drafts of the South Platte River Compact and a January 5, 1923, letter from Delph Carpenter to Colorado Governor Oliver Shoup reporting the progress of compact negotiations
Colorado River Compact statements by DEC?
Addendums to original compact
Greeley-Poudre 2 M
Author(s):Carpenter, Delph; Moan, Robert E.; Macey, James T.
Correspondence between Delph Carpenter and others concerning financial and legal matters associated with the Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District and Wyoming v. Colorado. The majority of correspondence is between Robert E. ...
"Colorado River" U
Questions about hydroelectricity, flood control, and profit related to the Boulder Dam.
"Arizona vs. California" S
R. L. Sauter's letters to Carpenter with his opinion that Arizona will lose.
Colorado River Compact. Six (or more) state plan
Memorandum by Delph Carpenter providing a narrative of the attempt to find a six-state plan for the Colorado River Compact after Arizona's failure to ratify the original compact in 1922, including a draft of the six-state plan