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Coolidge Dam, Gila River, Peridot, Gila County, AZ

Coolidge Dam, Gila River, Peridot, Gila County, AZ



Significance: Coolidge Dam remedied the water needs of the Pima and Maricopa Tribes on the Gila River Reservation, and also provided water for the neighboring Anglo community. Structurally, Coolidge Dam was the first, and perhaps only, dam to use a multiple dome design.
Survey number: HAER AZ-7
Building/structure dates: 1925- 1928 Initial Construction
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 81000135



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Alexander, J B
Binckley, George Sydney
Clotts, Herbert V
Code, William H
Davis, Arthur Powell
Davis, A P
DeNiza, Marcos
Granville, John J
Grossman, F E
Hill, Louis C
Kino, Eusebio Francisco
Lippincott, Joseph B
Lockwood, A C
Martin, Herbert
Maxwell, George H
Mowry, Sylvester
Neuffer, H C
Newell, Frederick H
Noetzli, Fred A
Olberg, Charles Real
Reed, W M
Rose, E L
Schuyler, James D
Southworth, Clay H
Wheeler, Roswell
Wilson, John F
Durben, Mark
Knotts, Bob
Introcaso, David M
Yearby, Jean P
Maul, David, transmitter




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