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[20" Suction Dredge]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image (numbered 167) is of a dredge in water, with two cars in the foreground. The second image is of a dredge with a large pipe attached. Handwritten text on the images identify them as: (top) "Garza Dam 20" Suction Dredge Headed South to Cut-Off" taken on 05-21-25, and (bottom) "Garza Dam 20" Dredge Pumping Material for Hydraulic Fill" taken on 05-28-25.
Date: 1925
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Backfilling and Toe Trench]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image (numbered 279) is of a crane excavating a narrow trench. The second image (numbered 280) is of a crane digging a trench. Handwritten text on the images identify them as: (top) "Garza Dam Digging out Toe of Slide and Backfilling Dry Near Sta. 19" taken on 08-05-26, and (bottom) "Garza Dam '1 1/2 T' Monighan Digging Toe Trench Through Upstr. Slide Near Sta. 22" taken on 08-12-26.
Date: 1926
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

Baking Device.

Description: Patent for a machine that presses dough or other materials into a cup-shaped mold for evenly baked goods.
Date: March 30, 1920
Creator: Cressey, John A.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Blanket and Hydraulic Fill]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image (numbered 306) is of a dirt slope with trees at its base. The first image (numbered 307) is of a trench with some shallow pools of water. Handwritten text on the images identify them as: (top) "Garza Dam South from Sta. 13 Pumping Blanket on Down. Slope" taken on 03-22-27 and (bottom) "Garza Dam Looking North from Sta. 25 Hydraulic Fill" taken on 04-21-27.
Date: 1927
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Blasting Stumps]

Description: Photograph taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. Image is of a field with smoke coming from several different areas. Handwritten text on the image identifies it as "Garza Dam Blasting Stumps from Base of Dam," taken on 10-21-24
Date: 1924
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Borrow Field and Dam Shops]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image (numbered P-12) is of a river in a field with a small hill of dirt forming a dam. The second image (numbered P-15) is of a concrete spillway, buildings, and a river. Handwritten text on the images identify them as: (top) "Garza Dam Hydraulic Fill on Cut-Off Borrow Field and Dredge Looking N. W. from Sta. 78" taken on 07-20-25, and (bottom) "Garza Dam Spillway Shops Looking South Borrow Field for Hydraulic Fill" taken on 08-21-25.
Date: 1925
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Borrow Pit and Core Pool]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image (numbered 188) is of a field with a dredge in water. The second image (numbered 198) is of a long trench with water. Handwritten text on the images identify them as: (top) Garza Dam Looking Northwest Sta. 78 Dredge and Borrow Pit" taken on 07-15-25, and (bottom) "Garza Dam Core Pool with Water Down Sta. 92 to 108 Elev. 521" taken on 08-10-25.
Date: 1925
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Borrow Pits and Wagon Pits]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image (numbered 309) is of a rocky slope with pools of water at the bottom and a lake in the distance. The second image (numbered 310) is of railroad tracks at the top of a rocky slope. Handwritten text on the images identify them as: (top) "Garza Dam Looking North over Borrow Pits from Sta. 41" and (bottom) "Garza Dam Looking North from Sta. 16 over Wagon Pits," both taken on 05-17-27.
Date: 1927
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Bucyrus Dragline]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image (numbered 38) is of a steel structure with men working on it; steel sheets are on the ground in front of the structure. The second image (numbered 40) is of a steel structure with a long attachment. Handwritten text on the images identifies them both as "Garza Dam Erecting Bucyrus Class 24 Dragline," taken on (top) 10-30-24 and (bottom) 11-01-24.
Date: 1924
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

[Cantilever]

Description: Photographs taken during the construction of Garza Dam in Dallas County, Texas. The first image (numbered 158) is of steel rods being used as frames for pouring concrete. The second image is of concrete being poured into a wooden frame with steel rods. Handwritten text on the images identify them both as "Garza Dam Steel in Base of South Downstream Cantilever," taken on 05-16-25.
Date: 1925
Creator: Dallas Water Utilities
Partner: Dallas Municipal Archives

Carrollton 1921 Sheet 1

Description: Sanborn map sheet showing an area of Carrollton in Dallas County, Texas, including geographic features, buildings, and details related to risk assessment for fire insurance.
Date: 1921
Creator: Sanborn Map Company
Location: None
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

Carrollton 1921 Sheet 2

Description: Sanborn map sheet showing an area of Carrollton in Dallas County, Texas, including geographic features, buildings, and details related to risk assessment for fire insurance.
Date: 1921
Creator: Sanborn Map Company
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

Carrollton 1921 Sheet 3

Description: Sanborn map sheet showing an area of Carrollton in Dallas County, Texas, including geographic features, buildings, and details related to risk assessment for fire insurance.
Date: 1921
Creator: Sanborn Map Company
Location: None
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
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