Map of part of Las Vegas Valley, Nevada, showing the approximate piezometric surface in 1912

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Digital ID
map000336
Title
Map of part of Las Vegas Valley, Nevada, showing the approximate piezometric surface in 1912
Individual Creator
Description
'Base by U.S. Geological Survey, 1952.' 'Interior--Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.--1965--W63358.' 'Compiled from data published by Carpenter (1915), Kearney (1913), and McWilliams (1913).' Relief shown by contours. Includes township and range lines.
Individual Contributor
Source
Genre/Form: Thematic maps. Scale 1:62,500 (W 115°15´--W 115°00´/N 36°15´--N 36°00´). Series: Water-supply paper (Washington, D.C.) ; 1780. Originally published as plate 7 of Available water supply of the Las Vegas ground-water basin, Nevada, by Glenn T. Malmberg, published by the Geological Survey in 1965 as its Water-supply paper 1780.
Accession Number
G4354.L3C34 1912 .G46
Original Date
1965
Alternative Date
1965
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State/Province
Country
United States
Subject (LCSH)
DC Type
Still Image
Genre (LC TGM)
Maps
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Format
28.2 MB
Digital Publisher
University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries
Digital Collection
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