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Book excerpt, Report upon United States geographical surveys west of the one hundredth meridian, 1889 Report, maps, and engravings of the survey of the area including Southern Nevada. The text offers a discussion about irrigation and artesian wells in the survey region, including a comparison between the valleys of the western United States and those...
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Photograph of a drill rig putting down the hole for the first well in the... Drilling in the Las Vegas Heights District with Mr. Booth and Mr. Madison performing the work.
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Photograph of a man working on a drilling rig, Taylor Ranch, before 1910 Man working on a drilling rig at the Taylor Ranch.
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Photograph of artesian well in Paradise Valley, before 1920 Men near a drilling rig and an artesian well in operation, with structures in background.
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Photograph of a gushing artesian well in the Las Vegas Valley, circa early 1900's Gushing artesian well, the source of Las Vegas' water supply
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Postcard showing the Evey Well, circa 1908-1909 Men standing next to a drilling rig looking at the Evey Well.
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Photograph of first artesian well in Las Vegas Valley on Taylor Ranch, Clark County, before... Six men, five identified and one unidentified standing near a flowing artesian well with a drilling rig nearby on the Taylor Ranch.
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Photograph of first artesian well in Las Vegas Valley on Taylor Ranch, with group of... Thee identified and four unidentified men looking at a flowing artesian well with a drilling rig nearby.
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Photograph of first artesian well in Las Vegas Valley, Taylor Ranch, before 1910 Three men standing near a flowing artesian well with a drilling rig nearby.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to W. H. Comstock (Los Angeles), May 23,... Two hotels complained that they had no water pressure on their second floors, and Bracken discussed the possibility of purchasing a well to boost the pressure in the system.
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Photograph of first artesian well in Las Vegas Valley on Taylor Ranch, before 1910 Men near a flowing artesian well with a drilling rig nearby.
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Report and survey of reconnaissance geology between Lake Mead and Davis Dam Arizona-Nevada, 1963 Geological survey of the area between Lake Mead and Davis Dam.
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Letter from Joseph Irving (Las Vegas) to A. M. Folger (Las Vegas), February 27, 1948 Estimate for the drilling of a well on the Las Vegas Ranch.
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Las Vegas Ranch well log, circa October 2, 1939 Well drilling log for a well drilled on the Las Vegas Ranch
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Mailgram from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Mr. Frank Strong, August 16, 1939 The spring used at the ranch had slowed to the point where stock could not be supported. Bracken recommended drilling a well.
 

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