Early WEID Construction Photos These are Reclamation photographs from the National Archives & Records Administration in College Park, MD. Thanks to Kelsey Doncaster, Historian with the Bureau of Reclamation, Columbia Cascade Area Office (Yakima, WA) for providing the photos. 447-Concrete shute, forms, and reenforcing. 1914. 448-Concrete forms. 1914. 449-Car carrying concrete to dam. 1914. 451-Mixing concrete for lining canals. 1914. 451-Loading cars which carry concrete to dam. 1914. 452-General view of concrete mixer. 1914. 453-Excavating at dam. 1914. 454-Making concrete forms at dam. 1914. 455-Concrete forms and reenforcing. 1914. 456-Screening gravel for making concrete. 1914. 457-View at mixer. 1914. 458-Concrete mixer and cars. 1914. 459-Hauling concrete on trestle from mixer to dam. 1914. 460-Steam drill in operation at dam. 1914. 461-Steam drill in operation at dam. 1914. 462-Trestle on which concrete is hauled from mixer to dam. 1914. 463-View showing dam, trestle, and concrete mixier. 1914. 464-Engine which operates steam drill. 1914. 465-Steam drills in operation. Digging dam foundation. 1914. 466-General view of construction. 1914. 467-Steam drills working on dam foundation. 1914. 468-Carrying concrete to dam. 1914. 469-View of dam construction. 1914. 470-Close view of dam construction. 1914. 471-General view of dam. 1914. 472-Canal construction. 1914. 473-Canal construction. 1914. 474-Canal completed. 1914. 475-Canal completed. 1914. 476-Lining canal with concrete. 477-Lining canal with concrete. 478-Lining canal with concrete. 479-Lining canal with concrete. 480-Lining canal with concrete. 481-Reclamation camp. 483-Three Miles Diversion Dam. View taken near the east abutment and slightly above the dam. 484-Three Miles Diversion Dam. View similar to 483, but taken near the opposite abutment. 485-Three Miles Diversion Dam. View taken from the east side and slightly below the dam. It shows the various supporting piers and the training well. 486-Three Miles Diversion Dam. View similar to 485, but taken from the opposite end of the dam.