Map showing water connection for T. W. Sloan & Co., Moapa, Nevada, December 28, 1914
- Digital ID
- Map showing water connection for T. W. Sloan & Co., Moapa, Nevada, December 28, 1914
- Alternative Title
- S.P.L.A.&.S.L.R.R., Los Angeles Division, map showing water connection for T. W. Sloan & Co., Moapa, Nev.; Exhibit A;
- 'Exhibit A.' 'S.P.L.A.&.S.L.R.R., Los Angeles Division.' 'Dec. 28, 1914.' 'Approved, [signed] E.M. Jessup, E.M. of W.' '2-T-168A' hand-printed in lower right corner.
- San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad Company. Los Angeles Division; T.W. Sloan & Co.; Jessup, E. M. (Edgar M);
- Scale: 1 in. = 100 ft.
- Accession Number
- Box 50 Folder 2-T-102 to 2-T-230, 1913-1918 UPRR Drawings, Maps, and Plans, Drawing 2-T-168A (Union Pacific Railroad Coll. #97-19)
- Original Collection
- Original Date
- Alternative Date
- 1914 (December 28)
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- United States
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- DC Type
- Still Image
- Genre (LC TGM)
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- University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries
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