Plat of original townsite of Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada, November 25, 1927
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- Plat of original townsite of Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada, November 25, 1927
- Alternative Title
- Plat of the original townsite of Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada; Original townsite of Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada,;
- Individual Creator
- Subtitle: 'On N 1/2 of SW 1/4 section 27, T 20 S, R 61 E, M.D. Mer. showing cast iron water mains. Including location and distances of valves, fire hydrants, house connections, etc. Constructed by Las Vegas Land &Water Company. Construction completed Nov. 25-1927. Cast iron pipe system throughout made at Provo, Utah by Pacific States Cast Iron Pipe Company. R.N. Clark, Construction Engineer. Map and survey made by J.T. McWilliams, C.E., Las Vegas, Nev.' Map shows ownership of some parcels of land.
- Individual Contributor
- Scale [ca. 1:960]. 1 inch to 80 feet. Blueline print. Plat map.
- Accession Number
- G4354.L3N44 1927 .M28
- Original Date
- Alternative Date
- 1927 (November 25)
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- United States
- Subject (LCSH)
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- Still Image
- Genre (LC TGM)
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- University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries
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