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Telegram from A. M. Folger (Las Vegas) to William Reinhardt (Los Angeles), October 10, 1948 The Chamber of Commerce had been trying to push people into voting for the creation of the Las Vegas Valley Water District, but considerable opposition had been forming. Folger asks for permission to present true facts about the issue to...
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Letter from Frank Strong (Los Angeles) to G. F. Ashby, September 10, 1943 Discussion of the new lease for W. T. Stewart for the Las Vegas Ranch with provisions that Stewart is obligated to use all the water that comes onto the ranch, freeing the Las Vegas Land and Water Company from problems...
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Letter from Frank Strong (Los Angeles) to G. F. Ashby, January 2, 1945 Notice of the opinion of Union Pacific Railroad attorney that it is possible to sell the Las Vegas Ranch while keeping the water rights associated with it.
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Letter from A. M. Folger (Las Vegas) to G. F. Ashby, February 26, 1948 Report on water usage, revenue, number of customers, and pipeline footage for the Las Vegas Land and Water Company.
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Letter from Frank Strong (Los Angeles) to G. F. Ashby, November 7, 1944 Meeting on water in Las Vegas. Discussion included the decline in water pressure throughout the valley, watershed recharge, BMI Water, a possible water district, well drilling, and more.
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Letter from William Reinhardt to G.F. Ashby, October 11, 1948 Reinhardt recommends that the water company remain non-committal about the creation of a water district in Las Vegas until it is clear how it would affect the interests of the Union Pacific Railroad Company.
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Personal letter from A. M. Folger (Las Vegas) to G. F. Ashby, October 11, 1948 Folger contacted Mayor Cragin to see, once the water district was created, if there was any way to ensure that the water from the Las Vegas Land and Water Co. springs and well field was not piped beyond the city...
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Letter from W. H. Hulsizer (Omaha) to G. F. Ashby (Omaha), May 7, 1942 Hulsizer enumerated the many financial and political reasons that the water producing lands controlled by the Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad Company should be sold to the Las Vegas Land and Water Company.
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Letter from A. M. Folger (Las Vegas) to Frank Strong, May 7, 1947 The elections for Mayor and City Commission have brought the issue of municipal ownership of a water company in Las Vegas to the fore again
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Letter including map from William Reinhardt (Los Angeles) to G. F. Ashby regarding proposed Las... Map of the proposed Las Vegas Valley Water District with introductory letter.
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Telegram from A. M. Folger (Las Vegas) to George F. Ashby (Omaha) and William Reinhardt... Telegram to railroad officials informing them of the creation of the Las Vegas Valley Water District.
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Letter from Ernie W. Cragin (Las Vegas) to George F. Ashby (Omaha), October 8, 1948 Mayor Cragin asking Ashby if Union Pacific had any ideas on how to ensure that after the creation of the Las Vegas Valley Water District that water previously controlled by the Las Vegas Land and Water Company remain in the...
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Letter from G. F. Ashby (Omaha) to William Reinhardt, September 12, 1948 Ashby agreed with Reinhardt that extending water lines beyond the city limits, even for fire protection, set a dangerous precedent
 

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