"With 110,000 horsepower generating capacity, this was Alabama's pioneer large power development. The Company's total generating capacity, both hydro and steam, is over two million horsepower. The Company operates six hydro and six steam generating...
"Lay Dam hydroelectric plant of Alabama Power Company. Located on the Coosa River near Clanton. Installed capacity 110,000 horsepower. First hydroelectric plant in Alabama combining power development and river improvement."
"Lay dam and power house. This dam is 1,543 feet long and 104 feet high. The power house is 324 feet in length, 74 feet in width and 106 feet in height from the water level to the roof. Its installed capacity is 110,000 horsepower."
"This Power Station and Dam, Built by the Alabama Power Company, Generates 70,000 Horsepower and Supplies Electric Power for Numerous Cities and Towns in Alabama." From the rotogravure section of the Birmingham Age-Herald, Sunday, October 10, 1915.