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Aerial photograph of downtown Las Vegas looking east toward Frenchman Mountain, post-1953 Aerial view of downtown Las Vegas looking east toward Frenchman Mountains. The following buildings are visible in the photograph: Lucky Casino, Horseshoe Casino, Fremont Hotel and Casino, Four Queens Casino, Golden Nugget, El Cortez Hotel, First National Bank, Bank of...
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Aerial photograph of Las Vegas Strip, 1952 Aerial view of Las Vegas Strip, 1952, from the Flamingo Hotel looking north. Downtown Las Vegas can be seen in the distance.
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Aerial photograph of Las Vegas, 1955 Aerial view of Las Vegas Blvd. and the Union Pacific Railroad tracks looking north over the Dunes Hotel and Flamingo Casino.
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Aerial photograph showing construction of the Union Plaza Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, February 10,... Construction of the Union Plaza Hotel and Casino looking southeast.
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Aerial photograph of Las Vegas, looking east down Fremont Street, circa late 1940s Aerial view of Las Vegas, looking east down Fremont Street. Jackie Gaughan's Plaza was originally named Union Plaza and is currently called the Plaza Hotel and Casino.
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Aerial photograph of the Last Frontier and Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas, circa 1955 Aerial view of the Last Frontier and Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn.
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Aerial photograph showing the construction of the Union Plaza Hotel and Casino, circa February, 1971 Construction of the Union Plaza Hotel and Casino looking southeast.
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Photograph of capped well and sewer seepage in Pittman, Nevada, April 27, 1944 Wellhead in Pittman, said to have been plugged with clay before being abandoned. Midway Casino visible in background.
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Photograph of ground with sewer seepage in Pittman, Nevada, March 30, 1945 Seepage in Pittman, Nevada with the Midway Casino in the background.
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Photograph of Midway Casino and other buildings, Pittman, Nevada, April 27, 1944 Midway Well and Casino containing public eating house with kitchen opening onto basement which flooded with sewage. Restroom structure in center and BMI vehicle number 429 on right side of photo. Patches of sewer seepage are visible in lower right...
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Aerial photograph of Last Frontier Hotel and Casino, Nevada, 1945 Aerial View of the Last Frontier Hotel and Casino looking west.
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Aerial photograph of Las Vegas looking north, circa 1974 Aerial view of Las Vegas looking north. The Strip, Paradise Road, and UNLV are visible in the photograph.
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Aerial photograph of Last Frontier Hotel and Casino, Spring mountains in background, Nevada, 1945 Aerial view of the Last Frontier Hotel and Casino looking west, with the Spring mountains in the distance.
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Aerial photograph of the Las Vegas Strip, circa 1975 Aerial view of Las Vegas Strip, looking north from MGM Grand Hotel and the Dunes.
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Aerial photograph of snow around the Flamingo Hotel, late 1940s Aerial view looking south of the Flamingo Hotel in the late 1940s. Note the snow on the ground.
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Aerial photograph snow around El Rancho Vegas, late 1940s Aerial view looking west of the El Rancho Vegas in the late 1940s. Note the snow on the ground.
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Proposed official statement respecting $8,700,000 usage of waterworks bonds of the Las Vegas Valley Water... The official statement of the Las Vegas Valley Water District prepared to be used in the sale of the $8.7 million bonds described within. Overview description of the area in history, geology, tourism trade, agriculture, industry with appendices in back....
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Photograph of flooding on the Las Vegas Strip, circa 1970 Flooding on the Las Vegas Strip, Dunes Hotel and Country Club in the background
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Report, Impact of a water-imposed interruption of growth in the Las Vegas Region, August, 1992 Projection of what would happen to the growth of Las Vegas when the availability of water becomes the biggest limiting factor.
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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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Proposed official statement respecting the usage of $8,700,000 general obligation waterworks bonds of the Las... Preliminary draft of detailed plans for the usage of the $8.7 million waterworks bonds of the Las Vegas Valley Water District.
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Letter from Thomas A. Campbell (Las Vegas) to Resort Hotel Committee (Las Vegas), September 21,... Campbell stating that the rumor that the water district will attempt to cap some wells in the Strip area is absolutely false. Furthermore, if the bond passes, the district plans to install a 15 inch line that would reach...
 

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