Letter from J. P. Martin, Regional Engineer (Ogden, Utah) to John H. Wittwer, County Extension Agent (Las Vegas), October 13, 1937

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Letter from J. P. Martin, Regional Engineer (Ogden, Utah) to John H. Wittwer, County Extension Agent (Las Vegas), October 13, 1937
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Mr. Martin responding to John Wittwer regarding Department of Agriculture priorities and costs for flood control projects in the Moapa Valley. Letter signed by the Acting Regional Engineer for J. P. Martin.
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Box 4 Folder 47 Flood Control Reports and Maps for Southern Nevada 1934-1950
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1937-10-13
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1937 (October 13)
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8.20 x 10.54 inches
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University of Nevada, Las Vegas University Libraries
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Original material scanned on Zeutschel OS10000 TT using Omniscan 11 software
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hln000594
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600

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