Register of the South Valley Canal Company Records,

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Collection Overview +/-

Title: South Valley Canal Company Records
Dates: 1921-1925 (inclusive)
Collection Number: Mss B 132
Summary: Irrigation company in Daggett County, Utah. Minutes, account book (1921-1925), miscellaneous other records.
Repository: Utah State Historical Society

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Box Folder Contents
box , folder : Water records
box 1, folder 1 : Minutes of the First Meeting, 21 March 1921; Articles of Association
box 1, folder 2 : List of Water Users in South Valley Canal, 6 June 1921; Seven Assessment Notices, 4 May 1921 - 10 Jun 1924; Notice of change in President and Watermaster, 20 June 1923
box 1, folder 3 : Records of work done on canal, 1921-1925; Account Book, 1921-1925

Biographical Note/Historical Note +/-

The South Valley Canal Company, Daggett County, Utah was established 21 March 1921 by Heber Bennion, Jr., Vern Hardy, Keith Smith, Elbert E. Waite, Dr. F. W. Tinker and George C. Rasmussen. The company owned and maintained the South Valley Canal from the east end of the Sheep Creek Irrigation Company lateral eastward along a hillside in South Valley.

Content Description +/-

The South Valley Canal Company Collection was removed from the Smith and Larsen Mercantile Company Collection, Mss B 86., along with the Peoples Canal Company Collection, Mss A 2539. It includes an account book, minutes of the first meeting, assessment statements, labor records, and the Articles of Association.

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South Valley Canal Company.




Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant, 2007-2008


1 box (0.5 linear ft.)

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Finding aid written in Englishin Latin script

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Related Material:

Smith and Larsen Mercantile Company Collection, Mss B 86, USHS. Also see "Recollections of Keith Smith of Linwood (Utah) as told to his daughter Susan, Mss A 1790.