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Rio Salado Project History


Abstract The Rio Salado Project began in the College of Architecture in the fall of 1966 when Dean James Elmore proposed to the studio faculty "Let's do something with the (Salt) river. This is a collection of videos describing the progress of the project since students presented their work over 50 years ago. The most prominent development is the Tempe Town Lake.
Created Date 1995-10-01
Contributor Elmore, James (Narrator, Originator) / Salt River Project, AV Photo Division (Producer) / Arizona State University Retirees Association (Producer) / Scheatzle, David (Editor)
Subject Community
Series Faculty, Architecture
Type Moving Image
Extent 15 minutes
Language Edo
Copyright
Reuse Permissions All Rights Reserved
Citation Elmore, James. Presentation. 01 Oct. 1995. ASURA Video History Project. © Arizona Board of Regents. https://repository.asu.edu/items/37838
Additional Formats MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS


  Rio Salado Project Update, 1995
142.6 MB video/quicktime
Download Count: 706
  Dedicating the Elmore Bridge, March 18, 2017
1.8 GB video/mp4
Download Count: 6233
  50 Year Reunion of Class of '67, May 8, 2017
2.3 GB video/mp4
Download Count: 7165
  May8-RS_Class+Reunion-Full.mp4
1.8 GB video/mp4
Download Count: 3522
  Steve Nielsen on Building the Tempe Town Lake
6.1 GB video/mp4
Download Count: 1939
  Grady Gammage on Rio Salado Water Issues
1.3 GB video/mp4
Download Count: 225