Columbia Basin Irrigation League
Acquisition And Processing Information
This collection was transferred from the Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections vertical file (VF 2742) in 2011.
Number of containers: 1 folder
Approximate number of items: 17
The Columbia Basin Irrigation League was formed at Pasco, WA, in 1922. The organization was created to promote the Columbia Basin Project and specific plans to develop Inland Northwest water resources for irrigation and hydroelectric power production.
This collection consists of reports, programs, pamphlets, and brochures published by the Columbia Basin Irrigation League.
Columbia Basin Project (U.S.)
Irrigation -- Columbia River Valley
Dams -- Columbia River Watershed
Grand Coulee Dam -- History -- Sources
Pressure groups -- Washington (State)
This collection is open and available for research use. Copyright restrictions may apply.
The suggested citation for the collection is:
Columbia Basin Irrigation League papers, 1923-1932
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections
Washington State University Libraries
Roy Gill papers on the Columbia Basin Irrigation League (Cage 247.htm)
Osmer Lysander Waller papers (Cage 222.htm)
Materials are in English.