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Wayne Aspinall, Mr. Chairman
Bibliography: p. 241-244.
|Statement||by Carol Edmonds.|
|LC Classifications||E748.A249 E35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 244 p. :|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||81118956|
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Attached plaque reads, "Richard D. MacRavey, Wayne Aspinall Water Leader of the Year Award, presented by the Colorado Water Congress, Janu " 2 Plaque: Commendation of Richard D. MacRavey's 30 years of lobbying by the Colorado Senate and . Wayne Aspinall and the Shaping of the American West: Schulte, Steven C: : Books. Skip to main Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try. Prime Cart. Books Go Search Hello Select your address Reviews: 1.
a bill introduced by the chairman of the full committee, Mr. Aspinall. This measure brings together in one bill the essence of the recom mendations of two separate executive communications involving his. copies as possible of the book --Wayne Aspinall: Mr. Chairman. As copies of the book are purchased, they will in turn be placed in libraries of Colorado high schools so that young people can, indeed, study the life of this great man. Heading up the fund raising campaign for the Aspinall books is Charles L. "To1Ty 11 Thomson of Pueblo --who.
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$ Free shipping. Popular. Childrens Kids Books Lot 60 Early Seller Rating: % positive. Wayne Norviel Aspinall (April 3, – October 9, ) was a lawyer and politician from Colorado. He is largely known for his tenure in the United States House of Representatives, serving as a Democrat from – from Colorado’s Fourth : Carol Edmonds.
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Wayne Norviel Aspinall (–) was born in Ohio and moved with his family to Palisade, Colorado, in Within a few years, the Aspinalls were enmeshed in a profitable fruit-growing business.
Wayne Aspinall and the shaping of the American West by Steven C Schulte (Book); The politics of Western water: the congressional career of Wayne Aspinall by Stephen C Sturgeon (Book); Mr. Chairman book Aspinall, Mr. Chairman by Carol Edmonds (Book). ASPINALL, WAYNE NORVIEL, a Representative from Colorado; born in Middleburg, Logan County, Ohio, April 3, ; moved with his parents to Palisade, Mesa County, Colo., in ; attended the public schools; studied at the University of Denver until the First World War, then enlisted in the Air Service of the Signal Corps and served as a corporal and staff sergeant until discharged as a flying.
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The portrait of Interior and Insular Affairs Committee Chairman Wayne Aspinall is one of 10 paintings in the House of Representatives commissioned from the same artist.
Court documents later revealed that businessman Leo Fox took portrait commissions, but contracted artist Irving Resnikoff to make the paintings. The resulting works were all signed “C. Fox” or Charles J. Fox. This image. Members of the Aspinall Memorial Commission envision the Congressman Wayne N. Aspinall Memorial as an educational one, designed as much to teach students and others of the importance of sound water conservation, good government, and the history of water in the West as to record Mr.
Chairman's stellar accomplishments. Abstract: After retiring as an engineer, Charles Fisk researched and wrote a book about Denver's water. The materials in the collection mostly relate to the book Fisk was completing at the end of his life, The Metro Denver Water Story: A ts primarily relate to the history of Denver and its water, including focus on the South Platte River and the Two Forks project.
Members of the Aspinall Memorial Commission envision the Congressman Wayne N. Aspinall Memorial as an educational one, designed as much to teach students and others of the importance of sound water conservation, good government, and the history of water in the West as to record Mr.
Chairman's stellar accomplishments. In Wayne Aspinall and the Shaping of the American West, Steven C. Schulte details a political career that encompassed some of the most crucial years in the development of the twentieth-century West.
As chairman of the House Interior and Insular Affairs Committee from toAspinall shaped the nation's reclamation, land, wilderness, and. The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress. This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them.
Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more. I also named Representative Wayne Aspinall, chairman of the Public Lands Committee, which passes on all of the Interior Department's major legislation, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives McCormack.
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Among his. Palisade, Colorado enjoyed the most glorious day of this year, greeting about two hundred and fifty admirers of “Mr. Chairman” Wayne N. Aspinall, at the unveiling and dedication of the Aspinall Memorial in the park at the corner of Main and 8th Streets, in the town Mr. Aspinall called home.Colorado Congressman Wayne N.
Aspinall was variously dubbed the "Ruler of the Land," a "bridge between the old and new Wests," and the environmental movement's "most durable foe." The late David Brower, the notable Sierra Club leader, remarked that the environmental movement had seen "dream after dream dashed on the stony continents of Wayne Aspinall." In Wayne Aspinall and the Shaping.
Wayne Norviel Aspinall of Colorado, chairman of the House Interior Committee, is a symbol of what critics term an “aging, unresponsive House establishment.” Yet.