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Photograph of Squires family members and friends, circa 1926
People identified from left to right: C. P. "Pop" Squires, Florence Boyer, Delphine "Mom" Squires, Bobbie Squires (front), Nila Squires (behind Bobbie), Russell Squires, Jimmie Squires (in front of Russell), Herbert Squires, C. C. Boyer, Jim Squires. Photograph was probably taken in Las Vegas.
Photograph of Squires family members at Deer Creek, Nevada, circa 1940s to 1950s
Left to Right: Jim Squires, Florence Boyer, Herbert Squires, C. P. "Pop" Squires, Delphine "Mom" Squires, and Russell Squires.
Photograph of Delphine and C. P. Squires, Las Vegas, circa 1950s
Delphine and Charles P. Squires at a Las Vegas resort hotel.
Photograph of attendees of a Rotary Pioneers Breakfast at the Las Vegas Conference, April 21, 1947
Rotary Pioneers Breakfast at the Las Vegas Conference - April 21, 1947. Charles Pember "Pop" Squires, seated, 5th from left. Leonard R. Fayle, standing, back row, 2nd from left.
Photograph of C. P. Squires and others at school, Overton, Nevada, circa 1930s-1950s
A group photograph of a school inspection tour taken in Overton, Nevada. People included in the tour included Charles Pember (C. P.) Squires, James Cashman, and Elwood Mead.
Photograph of Nellis Air Force Base, Las Vegas, circa 1940-1953
A group of men at the Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, Nevada. Charles Pember "Pop" Squires is the fourth man from the left in the front row.
Photograph of "Pop" and Delphine Squires, Las Vegas, circa early 1900s
Charles Pember "Pop" Squires and Delphine posing together in an unknown location, possibly Las Vegas, Nevada. "Pop" Squires is holding a copy of the Las Vegas Age.
Photograph of Six Companies Inc. businessmen, Boulder City, Nevada, circa 1941
The Las Vegas businessmen for Six Companies Inc. Handwritten on back of image: "Probably Nellis AFB (Air Force Base). Front row (from left): J. Cashman 3) Fred O'Donnell 7) Leo MacNamee 8) Bill Pike 10) Cyril Wengert 12) Walter Bracken 18) Ed Ciliax 21) Pop Squires 24) F. Garside 27) Archie Grant 30) Kel Houssels Sr. 31) Ernie Cragin.
Photograph of Rotarians Banquet, Las Vegas, March 28, 1941
The group view of Las Vegas Men's Group the Charter Member Rotary Club in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Rotarians are standing in front of the Union Pacific Stages bus. Typed onto a piece of paper attached to the image: "To Members Las Vegas Rotary Club. Compliments of V. J. Hunter, Union Pacific Rail Road Company, News Bureau." From left to right, the men seen in the photo include: First Row: 1) Doug Cragin 2) ? 3) ? 4) ? 5) ? 6) ? 7) ? 8) Dr. Forrest Mildren 9) ? 10) Dr. Ray Martin 11) ? 12) ? 13) Pop Squires 14) Walter Bracken 15) Bill Pike 16) ? 17) Harry Blunding 19) ? 20) ? 21) ? 22) ? 23) Ernie Cragin; Second Row: 4) Cyril Wengot 6) Bryan Bunker.
Photograph of Death Valley Express, Las Vegas, circa mid 1900s
The view of the Death Valley Express featuring Pop Squires and Ed Von Tobel for the Helldorado event in Las Vegas, Nevada. Handwritten on the back of the image: "Las Vegas - Helldorado Parade. Pop Squires wearing hat (in wagon). In front of Squires - Ed Von Tobel. Kell Houssels, rear of party? [6/5/79 - J. Down]."
Photograph of the Las Vegas Elks Club, Las Vegas, circa mid 1900s
A group view of Las Vegas Men's Group the Elks Club in Las Vegas, Nevada. Handwritten description on back of image: "Elks Club. First Row, seated: 1.) (?) 2.) Otto Underhill 3) (?) 4) (?) 5) (?) 6) "Bud" Barrett 7) (?) 8) (?). Second Row, seated: 1.) Don Bremner /?/ 2.) K. O. Knudson 3.) (?) 4.) (?) 5.) Bill Schuyler 6.) A. W. Ham, Sr. 7.) Judge William E. Orr 8.) (?) 9.) Earl Davison 10.) (?). Third row, seated: 1.) Fred Callihan 2.) (?). Standing (in the back of the room, center of the photo) 1.) Frank Buol 2.) Ed Von Tobel, Sr. 3.) C. P. Squires. - ID by Ruth Hazard 5-6-75."
Photograph of group of men in cavalry uniforms, circa 1903
A group of men in 19th-century cavalry uniforms sitting on the steps of a house. Caption: "Teddy's Terrors--looks like C.P. Squires, second row, second from right (?)"
Photograph of John Gilbert and Ina Claire, Las Vegas, May 05, 1929
Film stars John Gilbert and Ina Claire signing a marriage license after they were wedded in Las Vegas, Nevada May 5, 1929. The man on the left, dressed in glasses and a tie, is A. E. Cahlan, editor of the Las Vegas Evening Review Journal. Charles P. "Pop" Squires, editor of the Las Vegas Age, is in background between the newlyweds. (See newspaper citations behind the photo.)
Photograph of the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce luncheon, May 6, 1947
The May 6, 1947 Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce luncheon honoring the pioneers of Las Vegas. The luncheon was held at the Biltmore Hotel, corner of Bonanza Road and No. Main Street. Shown here left to right are: Bob Hall, Mrs. C.P. "Mom" Squires, C.P. "Pop" Squires, Mrs. Ed Von Tobel, Sr., Mrs. R.E. Lake, Sr., with her two daughters, Mrs. Anna Lake Bearden and Mrs. Alice Lake Gifford, Mrs. Minnie Westlake with her son, Otto Westlake, Mrs. Charles Aplin, Charles Aplin, Mrs. Pearl Lavavey Payne, Mrs. Bob Hall, Fred Pine, Mrs. Fred Pine, Mrs. Ann Kramer, and Mrs. Emily Ball. Physical object has an insert containing additional biographical information.
Photograph of of the Las Vegas Rotary, circa 1950s
Las Vegas Rotary. From left to right: First row - 1) Will Beckley; 2) Ed Clark (?); 3) Boggs; 4) O. K. Adcock; 5) unknown; 6) Win. Ferron; 7) unknown; 8) Sam Lawnson; Second row - 1) E. W. Cragin; 2) Cyril Wengert; Third row - 1) Dr. Win. Park; 2) Dr. Mildren; 3) Bill Pike; 4) unknown; 5) unknown; 6) unknown; 7) C. P. Squires; 8) unknown; 9) Harry Blanding; 10) unknown; 11) Adams; 12) Ed Clark; 13) E. W. Griffith; 14) Win. Schuyler; 15) Walter Bracken. ID by Sherwin Garside.
Photograph of several officials signing the contract to construct Hoover Dam, April 1931
Black and white image of officials from the Six Companies of San Francisco and the Bureau of Reclamation, as well as some local individuals, signing the contract to construct Hoover Dam (note: Boulder Dam was officially renamed Hoover Dam in 1947). Henry J. Kaiser is seated and signing the contract. Standing to the far right are Walker J. Young and C.P. "Pop" Squires. Also identified in the photograph (in no particular order) are W.R. Armstrong, R.F. Walter, and Louis Crampton.
Photograph of representatives of the Colorado River Commission, circa early 1930s
Black and white image of some representatives of the Colorado River Commission, including Walker Young and C.P. "Pop" Squires.
Film transparency of businessmen, politicians, and engineers at Hoover Dam, June 6, 1933
Black and white image of the group of men who witnessed the pouring of the first concrete in Hoover Dam proper. From left to right: H. J. Lawler, Director of Six Companies, Inc.; Walker R. Young, Construction Engineer, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation; Frank T. Crowe, General Superintendent, Six Companies, Inc.; C. A. Shea, Director of Construction, Six Companies, Inc. W. A. Bechtel, President, Six Companies, Inc.; R. F. Walter, Chief Engineer, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation; Theodore A. Walters, First Assistant Secretary of the Interior ; Ed Clark & C. P. Squires, members of the original Colorado River Commission. Note: Boulder Dam was officially renamed Hoover Dam in 1947.
Film transparency of Olive Lake, Herbert Squires, and Charles P. Squires, Mount Charleston, Nevada, 1912
Black and white image of Olive Lake and two others, presumed to be Herbert Squires and his father, Charles P. Squires, at the Squires' mine at Mount Charleston near Las Vegas. Transcribed notes from Special Collections photo inventory: “Charleston 1912. Olive, Herbert, & Dad at his mine, 2 miles on up the Canyon.”
Photograph of the signing of the Six Companies contract, Las Vegas, April 1931
Black and white image of officials from the Six Companies of San Francisco and the Bureau of Reclamation, as well as some local individuals, signing the contract to construct Hoover Dam (note: Boulder Dam was officially renamed Hoover Dam in 1947). Henry J. Kaiser is seated, signing the contract. Standing at the second spot from the left is Al Cahlan, Las Vegas Review Journal Managing Editor. Standing at the far right is Charles P. "Pop" Squires. Also identified in the photograph (in no particular order) are W.R. Armstrong, Walker J. Young (Bureau of Reclamation Engineer), R.F. Walter, and Louis Crampton.
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