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127 > Image 127 of Inventory of federal archives in the states. Series IV. The Department of War, no. 16, Kentucky

Part of Kentucky Works Progress Administration Publications

Lg; if A {Q Lock and Dam No. 1, Scottsville { _ Vis; Lock and Dam No. 49, Uniontown 118 I g_Ug11sEY A Q1 LOCK AND DAM NO. 2, GREEN RIVER 1 1 LOCKIIASTER 1 Office Bldg. E 1 This lock was completed in December 1857. It was first if 1 privately operated by the Navigation Company, later trans- 1 1 ferred to and operated by the state of Kentucky, and finally 1 1 sold to the Federal Government in 1879. All records prior to S 1957 were destroyed by the flood of that year. The office directs 1 1 traffic through the lockwand sends reports on daily activities I _; _ to the district office at Louisville. 1 1 991. DAILY LABOR REPORTS, 1957 to date. Showing work ac- 1 complished and manhours worked. (Daily, official.) 8 x lO 1 1 loose-leaf books, 1 ft., on desk. Office. (7747) 1 1 ` 992. LOCKAGE REPORTS, 1957 to date. Showing the name of each 1 1 boat passing through the lock, tonnage, destination, and time re- 1 1 quired for lockage. (Frequently, official.) 8 x 15 vols., 1 ft., 1 1 on desk. orrice. (wie) { 1 ; 9.9.T1lCI.L..L..E. 1 I LOCK AND DAM NO. 1, GREEN RIVER 1 1 LOCKMASTER 1 1 Lockmaster's Residence 1 1 This lock was constructed in 1852 and operated by the Old 1 Navigation Company until 1888, when it was acquired by the 1 Federal Government. It is new under the direction of the sub- office at Owensboro. Records are sent to the Owensboro office I and then forwarded to the district office at Louisville. ,1 995. LOG BOOKS, 19OO to date. Record of vessels passing ig? through the locks, showing names, types, and date of passage; Qgg A also contains copies of gage, traffic, and time reports to the % Owensboro office. Entered chronologically. (Daily, official.) fg 8 x 14 vols., 1 ft., on enclosed wooden shelf. Office. (6551) $% UNION T OW}? ``_ LOCK AND DAM ITO. 49, OHIO RIVER LOCKMASTER fi. Powerhouse ia . . jeg This office was established on January 1, 1928, under the super- {QQ vision of the district engineer at Louisville. It directs traffic Q? through the lock, makes daily weather observations, and sends re- Z ports on activities to the district office. A,