Letter from William Reinhardt (Los Angeles) to A. E. Stoddard, January 30, 1953

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Letter from William Reinhardt (Los Angeles) to A. E. Stoddard, January 30, 1953
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If the bond issue failed, the public might try and force the railroad to increase water production, so the company should consider transferring all water production to the Las Vegas Land and Water Company who was in a better position to resist "unreasonable demands." "Copy" and "80-12" written in red pencil. Letter has several date stamps: E.E.B., E.C.R. and U.P. R.R. Co., Los Angeles.
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Box 25 Folder 80-12 LVL&WCo. Transfer of Union Pacific Water Production Facilities to,
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1953-01-30
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1953 (January 30)
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8.07 x 10.58 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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hln001174
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1136

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