“New Roosevelt Dam Salt River Project Ariz.” Pencil and ink on tracing linen By Vitaliano, November 29, 1982
Constructed between 1903 and 1911 by the U. S. Reclamation Service, the historic Theodore Roosevelt Dam was extensively redesigned between 1984 and 1996.
Esquimalt Harbor, from summit of “Mill Mountain” near head of bay showing Active’s and Satellite’s anchorage. In the distance Smiths’ or Blunts’ Island and entrance to Haro and Rosario Straits, 1857 - 1862, James Madison Alden, Artist
This landscape is one of a series of watercolors of the northwest boundary between the Rocky Mountains and Point Roberts, commissioned on the basis of an Act of Congress from August 11, 1856. The sketches were created by James W. Alden who accompanied the survey party that, during the 1860s and in compliance with the Treaty of 1846, was responsible for recording characteristics of the northwestern boundary of the United States.