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Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, almost posing on the very wall of Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Dam workers say the nimble sheep rightly feel protected from predators there. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bigh...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, almost posing on the very wall of Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Dam workers say the nimble sheep rightly feel protected from predators there. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bigh...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, almost posing on the very wall of Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Dam workers say the nimble sheep rightly feel protected from predators there. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bigh...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

View of the Cheesman Dam from its vast reservoir in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

View of the Cheesman Dam from its vast reservoir in Jefferson County, ...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

View of the Cheesman Dam from its vast reservoir in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

View of the Cheesman Dam from its vast reservoir in Jefferson County, ...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

A view of Cheesman Reservoir and a bit of the curve of Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. The dam, which, like the reservoir, was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

A view of Cheesman Reservoir and a bit of the curve of Cheesman Dam, o...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

View of the Cheesman Dam from its vast reservoir in Jefferson County, Colorado Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

View of the Cheesman Dam from its vast reservoir in Jefferson County, ...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water cascades down venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water cascades down venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colora...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. The reservoir the dam created was the first in Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by... More

Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep ewes stare warily from the rocks near Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep ewes stare warily from the rocks near Che...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

An extremely hungry-looking red fox scouts for prey over the ridge along the dirt road to Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado

An extremely hungry-looking red fox scouts for prey over the ridge alo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

The South Platte River, far below Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. The dam, which, like the reservoir it created, was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

The South Platte River, far below Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Co...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, almost posing on the very wall of Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Dam workers say the nimble sheep rightly feel protected from predators there. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bigh...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep ewes stare warily from the rocks near Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep ewes stare warily from the rocks near Che...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, almost posing on the very wall of Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Dam workers say the nimble sheep rightly feel protected from predators there. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bigh...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, almost posing on the very wall of Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Dam workers say the nimble sheep rightly feel protected from predators there. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bigh...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

A Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep ewe keeps a close eye on her lamb in the rocks below Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

A Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep ewe keeps a close eye on her lamb in th...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

A Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep ewe keeps a close eye on her lamb in the rocks below Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

A Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep ewe keeps a close eye on her lamb in th...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Wildflowers along the road leading to Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply

Wildflowers along the road leading to Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, almost posing on the very wall of Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Dam workers say the nimble sheep rightly feel protected from predators there. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bigh...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

A view of Cheesman Reservoir and a bit of the curve of Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. The dam, which, like the reservoir, was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

A view of Cheesman Reservoir and a bit of the curve of Cheesman Dam, o...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, almost posing on the very wall of Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Dam workers say the nimble sheep rightly feel protected from predators there. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bigh...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

A Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep ewe keeps a close eye on her lamb in the rocks below Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

A Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep ewe keeps a close eye on her lamb in th...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Wildflowers along the road leading to Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado; one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply

Wildflowers along the road leading to Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, almost posing on the very wall of Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Dam workers say the nimble sheep rightly feel protected from predators there. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

This is not a work of art, but it could be. It's a Rocky Mountain bigh...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Wildflowers along the road leading to Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado; one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply

Wildflowers along the road leading to Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

A view of Cheesman Reservoir and a bit of the curve of Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. The dam, which, like the reservoir, was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

A view of Cheesman Reservoir and a bit of the curve of Cheesman Dam, o...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

A Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep ewe keeps a close eye on her lamb in the rocks below Cheesman Dam, one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

A Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep ewe keeps a close eye on her lamb in th...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. Cheesman Dam, which was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Water spills over the venerable Cheesman Dam in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

Cascading water from Cheesman Dam's spillway in Jefferson County, Colorado. Cheesman is one of the dams that slows and captures water from the South Platte River for use as part of Denver's drinking-water supply. The dam, which, like the reservoir it created, was named for Walter Scott Cheesman, a Denver druggist, railroad builder, and designer of water infrastructure, was the world's tallest at 221 feet when it was completed in 1905

Cascading water from Cheesman Dam's spillway in Jefferson County, Colo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Cheesman was the first reservoir of Denver's mountain storage facilities that helped expand Denver Water's system. Built by immigrant ... More

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