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Water Towers -- South Dakota -- Photographs

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:

Review and Compliance - Bridge Photos, Colman Water Tower, Ellsworth Air Force Base, 2012 - 2014

 Series
Identifier: ACC 2014-047:
Scope and Contents This series consists of photographs (digital, prints, and negatives), sketches, plans, and other documentation submitted to the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) to mitigate adverse effects to five historic bridges and structures. These structures include: Custer County bridge #52-312-448, Minnehaha County bridge #50-290-135, Mellette County bridge #48-102-010, the Colman water tower, and building #88247 on Ellsworth Air Force Base.
Dates: 2012 - 2014

Review and Compliance - Bridges in Beadle and Hamlin Co, and Conde Water Tower, 2014 - 2017

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: ACC 2017-003:
Scope and Contents This series contains digital photographs, drawings and documents submitted to the State Historic Preservation Office from 2014-2017 to mitigate adverse effects to a Hamlin County bridge (459th Ave over Big Sioux River, Structure No. 29-230-069, SHPO Project #130723004F); three bridges in Beadle County (including Homer's Bridge, Structure No. 30-210-168, SHPO Projects #151218005F, 121003005F, and 160401001F); and the Conde water tower (SHPO Project #160407002F). All digital files have been added...
Dates: 2014 - 2017

Review and Compliance - Campbell Co. Farmsteads, Cottonwood Creek Bridge, and Tyndall Water Tower, 1992 - 2016

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: ACC 2016-144:
Scope and Contents This series contains digital photographs, drawings and documents submitted to the State Historic Preservation Office from 2014-2016 to mitigate adverse effects to four Campbell County farmsteads, the Cottonwood Creek bridge in Fall River County (Structure No. 24-116-133), and the City of Tyndall's water tower. All digital files have been added to the State Archives' digital collections management system for long-term preservation.
Dates: 1992 - 2016

Review and Compliance - Doland Water Tower, Meeker Ranch House, and National Guard Armories Report, 2011 - 2013

 Series — Box 07406
Identifier: ACC 2019-010
Scope and Contents This series contains digital photographs, photographic prints, logs, reports, and blueprints for two SHPO mitigation projects, and one outside project provided to SHPO. The majority of the materials are digital, and file formats include TIF, JPG, PDF, DOC/DOCX, XLSX, raw camera files (NEF), and unstructured databases (OPD, DBF, XML). Preservation masters were generated during processing in accordance with the Archives' Digital Preservation Rules. Non-digital materials are available in Box 7406.
Dates: 2011 - 2013

Review and Compliance - Groton Water Tower Mitigation, 2019 - 2020

 Series
Identifier: ACC 2020-005
Scope and Contents This series contains documentation concerning the Groton, S.D., water tower and pump house removal project. The records were transferred via two DVDs, so the files remain separated based on which disk they arrived. The first disk contains 56 digital photographs taken by Paul Irvin Kosel on August 25, 2019 and February 6, 2020, as well as a photo log. The second disk contains 42 digital photographs and was submitted by NECOG, or the Northeast Council of Governments.These files were...
Dates: 2019 - 2020

Review and Compliance - Langford Water Tower

 Digital Record
Identifier: 2018-008-001
Dates: 2015-2017

Review and Compliance - Langford Water Tower, 2015 - 2017

 Series
Scope and Contents This series contains reports, inspections, construction information and digital photographs documenting the water tower in the town of Langford. These documents were submitted to the Historic Preservation office as mitigation for adverse effects to the structure in 2017 (SHPO Project #170623009F).
Dates: 2015 - 2017

Review and Compliance - Madison Water Tower, 2018

 Series
Identifier: ACC 2019-009
Scope and Contents This series contains sixteen digital photographs of the original 1930 Madison water tower in Lake County. The photographs were taken by Kim Verhey on December 4, 2018. There is a photo log and a map noting where each photo was taken. Also included are digital scans of articles from various 1933 issues of the Madison Daily Leader concerning the water tower.The United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development office and the city of Madison, S.D. created these files as part...
Dates: 2018

Review and Compliance - Minnehaha Co Bridge, Fairfax Water Tower, Stone Culvert on BNSF Railway, Jerry Bennett Farm Barn, and Elwood Lyle Wind Powered Mill, 2009 - 2014

 Series
Identifier: ACC 2014-070:
Scope and Contents This series consists of photographs (digital, prints, and negatives), sketches, plans, and other documentation submitted to the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) to mitigate adverse effects to five historic bridges and structures. These structures include: a Minnehaha County bridge, the Fairfax water tower, a stone culvert on the BNSF railroad near Garretson, the Jerry Bennett farm barn, and the Elwood C. Lyle wind-powered mill.
Dates: 2009 - 2014

Review and Compliance - Parker Water Tower Demolition, 2012

 Series — Box 6027
Identifier: ACC 2012-005:
Scope and Contents This series contains digital photographs, memorandum of agreement, and other records associated with the demolition of the water tower in the City of Parker. The digital photographs are saved as high-resolution (300 dpi) JPG files to a CD-R. The disc also includes PDF versions of the supporting documents.
Dates: 2012

SHPO Groton Water Tower Mitigation

 Digital Collection
Identifier: 2020-005-001
Dates: 2019 - 2020

SHPO Mitigation Files

 Digital Record
Identifier: 2014-047-001
Dates: 2012-2014

SHPO Mitigation Files

 Digital Record
Identifier: 2014-070-001
Dates: 2009-2014

SHPO Mitigation - Madison Water Tower

 Digital Collection
Identifier: 2019-009-001
Dates: 2018

Wasta (S.D.) Railroad Depot--South Dakota

 Unprocessed — Box 06490 A
Identifier: H2016-004
Dates: ca. 1950s