This is a 10.1x8.0 photograph of body of water divided by a strip of land. Visible structures include the power house, intake control towers, stilling basin and substation. Surge tanks at the power house are still under construction. Title(s) by Carpenter, L.
Pierre P30 neg on file. 8x10 [stamp] Property of South Dakota State Historical Society Pierre, South Dakota Give photo credit to: South Dakota State Historical Society. Oahe Dam K-81262-9: Oahe Dam, the world's largest rolled earth dam containing 91 million cubic yards of material, blends in to the South Dakota landscape in this aerial picture. The Power Plant at right receives its water supply through intake structures in the reservoir a-bove the plant. Outlet works are at left. The reservoir, which normally will contain more than 14 million acre feet, already holds 10 million acre feet and is a popular recreation resource. Corps of Engineers photo taken 12 August 1962
Original format: 10.1x8.0 photograph, item in box P30 of the Towns collection at the SD State Historical Society - Archives Department.
Image scanned by Reed, C using an Epson Expression 10,000 XL flatbed scanner. Scanned at 600 PPI,16-bit grayscale, with the Histogram output set to 9/247.
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