Gilbertsville Reservoir Project With Respect
To Flood Control

The Gilbertsville Reservoir, also known as the Kentucky Reservoir, was constructed after the 1937 flood to help control the flooding of the lower Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. The drawing depicts the General Plan, Elevation and Sections for the Kentucky Dam. Selected pages are included from the "Report of the Gilbertsville Reservoir Project with Special Reference to Flood Control Aspects."

Subject

Flood control

Creator

Records of the Tennessee Valley Authority, Record Group 142

Source

Office of Engineering, Design, and Construction Project Histories and Reports, 1937-1974

Date

October 7, 1937 | August 24, 1939

Rights

National Archives at Atlanta

Format

Textual Document, 11 pages

Identifier

National Archives Identifier 890185

Coverage

Gilbertsville (Ky.)

Original Format

Paper | Plans and Maps
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