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[Trinity River at Highway 635, old channel, looking south]

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Title [Trinity River at Highway 635, old channel, looking south]
Creator Unknown
Date December 23, 1972 1970-1979 Digitized: 2013
Relation Edward C. Fritz papers, 1950s-2008 MARC record: Finding aid: a1986_1371_114_03_17r_hi635s.tif; a1986_1371_114_03_17v_hi635s.tif; a1986_1371_114_03_17c_hi635s.tif
Coverage Dallas, Texas
Description A photograph of the Trinity River from the papers of Dallas lawyer and conservationist, Ned Fritz, which is one of a batch of prints depicting stretches of the river near Interstate 635. The pictures were taken in 1972 at a time when the Trinity River, from Fort Worth and Dallas to Galveston, was under threat of canalization as part of the proposed Trinity River Project. Fritz and the anti-canal group, Citizens' Organization for a Sound Trinity, were campaigning to preserve the Trinity as a... Verso: [handwritten] 1 - IH 635 old channel south
Subject conservation of natural resources; environmental policy; rivers; Trinity River; Trinity River Project; channels
Source 1 photographic print: black and white; 9 x 13 cm. Gelatin silver prints; Photographs; Photographic prints
Type Image
Format Displayed as .jp2; uploaded as .jpg Archival scan: 12592 w x 8841 h pixels, 48-bit RGB (recto); 12660 w x 8841 h, 48-RGB (verso) Digitization process: Recto and verso scanned using Epson Expression 10000 XL as 2400 ppi, 48-bit, RGB .tif; recto and verso files combined to make composite derivative and resampled as 3000 pixels on the long edge, 8-bit .jpg
Identifier Box 114, Folder 3 A1986.1371 1972-12-23_hi635s a1986_1371_114_03_17c_hi635s_opt.jpg Edward C. Fritz papers, 1950s-2008
Publisher DeGolyer Library Central University Libraries, Southern Methodist University
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