|Object Name||Negative, Sheet Film|
Black and white negative.
Date: Aug. 8, 1960
Subject: Two Kinds of Water
Photographs (2002.016.0182-183) appeared side by side in Columbia Basin Herald on 08/08/1960 with caption: "Two Kinds of Water going back to the Columbai River from the Columbia Basin project were viewed Friday afternoon by W.E. Rawlings (white hat), project manager, and E.H. Neal (dark hat), project irriatton manager. At left (2002.016.0183) is waste water from normal project operaton pouring down concrete chute at end of Ringold Wasteway west of Eltopia. White lines across chute mark heads of water formed by top of flow moving faster than botom water which is next to croncret. At right, water which has been applied on higher ground for irration gushes from cobblestones in hisllside along Coumiba at Ringold a few miles north of wateway in left photo. This is largest of springs which are scattered along about a mile of river bank. -- Herald photos."
|Photographer||Columbia Basin Herald|
|Collection||Margaret Schiffner Collection|
Negatives found in same yellow negative envelope together.
Donor received objects from Jim Hertz (c. 1998) who worked in the darkroom for the Columbia Basin Herald.