Very good. Publisher: Date of Publication: Binding: Edition: Condition: Very goodDescription: Publisher: Salt River ProjectDate of Publication: 1984Binding: hard coverEdition: Condition: Very Good/Good PlusDescription: 11.5 Inches 0916743004 edgewear, text clean, binding tight, light soiling on jacket, 250 pages, maps of Salt River Valley and Roosevelt Dam and vicinity,
Fine in Very Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Burgundy leatherette, lettered in gold foil. Short inscription on front flyleaf, otherwise essentially as issued. Illus. dust jacket shows mild age toning and light foxing to upper front panel, modest soiling to rear panel with two closed tears and associated creaseing along top rear edge, now in mylar. 253 pp., illus.
B&W illustrations. Very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover) 253pp. ISBN 0916743004 The story of the beginning of the Salt River Valley Water Users' Association (today's Salt River Project) and the building of the flagship dam--the Theodore Roosevelt Dam--of national irrigation.
Fine in Very Good jacket. Quarto. Hardcover( red leatherette with gilt stamping), quarto, first edition, 1984, 250 pages, text, maps, b&w photos, notes, index, fine condition in a very good dust jacket, small tears and edgewear to jacket, a history of the building of the Roosevelt Dam in Arizona.
Very Good. Zarbin, Earl A. Roosevelt Dam: A History to 1911. NP: NP, ND. Book condition: VG/VG. Dust jacket has a one inch closed tear to top edge of back cover and is bumped at the edges. Dust Jacket Condition: . Newspaper clipping from the Salt Lake Tribune about this dam has been stapled to last page over a map.
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