Sources of the Colorado River - Lakelet at summit of La Poudre Pass, on Continental Divide. This lake drains from the north end into the Atlantic watershed & trickles from the south end into the Pacific.

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Title Sources of the Colorado River - Lakelet at summit of La Poudre Pass, on Continental Divide. This lake drains from the north end into the Atlantic watershed & trickles from the south end into the Pacific.
Photo Number P1049n1_01_01
Description Photo of Poudre Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park, a source of the Colorado River, visited by Harold H. Leich in 1933
Keywords Colorado; Rivers and Lakes; Colorado River
Subject Poudre Lake (Colo.)--Photographs; Rocky Mountain National Park (Colo.)--Photographs
Additional Information Photos taken during Harold Herbert Leich's attempt to run the Colorado from its source in the Rockies to the sea in 1933. His boat sank in Cataract Canyon, and it took him several days to walk out to civilization. For further information, see Manuscripts ACCN 1973
Spatial Coverage Poudre Lake (Colo.); Rocky Mountain National Park(Colo.); Larimer County (Colo.); Colorado
Collection Number and Name P1049 Harold Herbert Leich Photograph Collection
Collection Name Harold Herbert Leich
Is part of Utah River Running Archives
Date 1933
Textual Date 1933
Creator Leich, Harold H.
Owning Institution Multimedia Archives, Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Original Source N/A
Donated By/Purchased From The collection was donated by Jeffrey R. Leich and Harold M. Leich in September 2002.
Rights http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/CNE/1.0/
Type Image
ARK ark:/87278/s60v91ng
Setname uum_map_rr
Date Created 2003-05-30
Date Modified 2016-10-28
ID 961300
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s60v91ng
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