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Rufus Woods Photographs


1896
Mr. & Mrs. Hans Lange in buggy. Hans Lange was one of the first three homesteaders in the Grand Coulee arriving in 1883. Mrs. Lange was the first white woman to live in the region.

1928
Rufus Woods and Charles R. [Burky] at the United States Bureau of Reclaimation in Denver, Colorado.

September 18, 1931
Congressional Committee on Irrigation & Reclamation, Wenatchee, Washington.

September 18, 1931
Congressional Committee on Irrigation & Reclamation, and wives, Wenatchee, Washington

July 13, 1933
Committee of the Columbia River Development League

July 13, 1933
Committee of the Columbia River Development League

March 31, 1934
Consulting Board of the Columbia Basin Commission, Denver, Colorado

January 4, 1934
Site of Grand Coulee Dam before construction

July 1934
Site of Grand Coulee Dam before construction. Steet grading for "Engineers' town"

September 1935
Abandoned homestead in Grand Coulee area

September 1935
Abandoned farm tools in Grand Coulee area

1935
Construction site at Grand Coulee Dam

December 6, 1935
Construction at Grand Coulee Dam

November 24, 1935
Supply train at Grand Coulee Dam

July 7, 1936
Laborers waiting for paychecks at Grand Coulee Dam

May 19, 1936
Pouring concrete at Grand Coulee

August 11, 1937
Abandoned house and well in Columbia Basin Area

August 9, 1937
Abandoned house of a dry farmer in the Quincy Basin

December 1, 1937
Sagebrush in the Columbia Basin Area

August 18, 1937
Kettle Falls