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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to J. Ross Clark (Los Angeles), June 21,... Bracken appraising Clark of a complaint by the City Commission to the Nevada Public Service Commission and its resolution.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to J. Ross Clark (Los Angeles), December 11,... Bracken informing Clark of the steps he had taken to prepare the railroad and the city of Las Vegas for the 24 hours without water that would be required to fix the damaged pipeline.
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Telegram from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to W. H. Comstock and J. Ross Clark... The pipeline burst two weeks before and had flooded the entire rail yard and storehouse. Bracken asked if it could be fixed the same day.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to J. Ross Clark, February 15, 1912 Well No. 1 had just been completed and Bracken advised Clark that they would need to keep an eye on the flow from the Big Spring to see if the new well had an effect on the water flow.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to J. Ross Clark (Los Angeles), January 17,... Bracken noticed that only 2600 feet of pipe was authorized to repair the pipeline from the Las Vegas Springs. He makes the case that it is best to replace the whole line as it would be cheaper in the...
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to J. Ross Clark (Los Angeles), October 11,... Bracken informing Clark of Buol's attempt to appropriate water from the Las Vegas Creek for his own use.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to J. Ross Clark (Los Angeles), October 25,... Bracken asking Clark how to proceed since a man had offered to buy a small plot of land near the Las Vegas Springs who had promised not to drill a well. Bracken recommended to not allow it.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to F. H. Knickerbocker (Los Angeles), March 3,... Bracken asks for advice regarding the Edward Clark Forwarding Company which was going to be connected to railroad water, but was being cut off by their previous provider, thus preventing them from running pipes in their basement and ultimately, endangering...
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to J. Ross Clark (Los Angeles), December... Bracken flooded the town with posters warning residents that in order to repair a burst pipeline from the springs to the town, water service, including that for fire protection, would be off for 24 hours.
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Telegram from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to W. H. Comstock and J. Ross Clark... The pipeline between the springs and the shops had burst. Two weeks had passed and still the water service was not working on it. Bracken requested that it be fixed immediately.
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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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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to W. H. Dentner (Las Vegas), March 26,... A letter to the Las Vegas mayor and city commissioners explaining that the water company wasn't interested in expanding their water system because of problems they had experienced the previous summer.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to F. H. Knickerbocker (Los Angeles), March 7,... Walter Bracken reporting to Fred Knickerbocker on the water situation on properties recently purchased by T. J. Lawrence.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Frank Strong (Los Angeles), July 27, 1939 Bracken recommended to Strong that the company perform some maintenance work to avoid a lawsuit with the Stewart family.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to John M. Bunker (Rox, Nevada) regarding his... Walter Bracken informing John M. Bunker that work replacing an old redwood pipeline with a new iron main was well underway and they would not be able to connect his neighborhood to company water.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to F. R. McNamee (Los Angeles), November 20,... Workers installing sewer lines disturbed the water mains, which would cause many future problems, and Bracken was asking the company lawyer how to proceed.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to C. F. Miller (Los Angeles), May 19,... Discussion about drilling a well in the railyard. References the Sund, Conley, and Buol wells.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to William Reinhardt (Los Angeles), March 28, 1941 Table showing meter readings of gallons of water used during a twenty-day period in March 1941. Bracken states the meters are manufactured by Sparling, and suggests they are over-registering.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to H. I. Bettis (Los Angeles), April 13,... Following complaints from the ice plant about low water pressure, Bracken discovered a leak in the pipeline and a partially blocked intake at the springs.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Frank Strong, October 26, 1945 Bracken stating that water from company wells should not be used for irrigation until metering can be instituted. The formation of a water district at this time was not desirable for the Union Pacific Railroad.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to W. M. Jeffers (Omaha) May 20, 1942 Bracken's response to Jeffers who had asked about accounting problems. Las Vegas was undergoing a massive boom, and the urban growth represented the difference in numbers.
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Telegram from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to W. H. Comstock (Los Angeles), July 30,... Bracken reported that the ice plant had no objection to having their water cut off while passenger trains were filled, but cutting off the town would cause serious trouble and should not be done.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Benson Wright (Carson City), August 8, 1922 Strikes were making it impossible for the water company to expand their sources of water.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to W. H. Guild comparing water consumption for... Letter comparing Las Vegas water usage in November in 1941 and 1942.
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Telegram from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to J. P. Mack (Los Angeles), June 12,... Telegram informing that the Las Vegas Land and Water Company crew repaired 108 holes in their main pipeline and gained a foot of water in the reservoir overnight.
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Telegram from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to E. E. Bennett (Los Angeles), Frank Strong... Coded telegram regarding the proposed water metering law before the Nevada State Legislature.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Roscoe Moss (Los Angeles), June 10, 1938 Well No. 2 had dropped production from 2.5 million gallons a day to 700,000 gallons, and Bracken discussed possible remedies.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to H. C. Mann (Las Vegas) regarding Las... Las Vegas was just entering the hottest part of the year and well No. 1 had dropped off production considerably.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to W. M. Jeffers (Los Angeles), June ... Bracken briefing Jeffers on the production problems with Well No. 2, a possible rate increase due to evaporative water coolers, and the water shortage in Las Vegas
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken to C. O. Whittemore (Los Angeles), January 17, 1908 Letter to the president of the Las Vegas Land and Water Company complaining of the railroad pumping oil from a sump into Las Vegas Creek.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Leonard L. Arnett (Las Vegas), June 20,... Letter to the Mayor of Las Vegas reporting of output from the Las Vegas Springs and wells and consumption by Las Vegas residents.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to W. M. Jeffers, May 20, 1942 Explanation of why Las Vegas Land and Water Company had undercharged users by almost $900 the previous year.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to A. L. Coey (Los Angeles), January 28,... Bracken providing details for a possible agreement to sell water to the Railroad Pass Casino and asking if Coey approves of the deal.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to F. H. Knickerbocker (Los Angeles), regarding cultivation... Discussion of ways to put more land under cultivation to protect their water filings.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to J. P. Mack (Los Angeles), July 12,... Bracken was asking the Las Vegas Land and Water Company to disallow payment to the person who should have repaired the leaking pipeline but didn't. The spraying pipeline severely hampered their credibility in the public eye when asking for conservation...
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to F. H. Knickerbocker (Los Angeles), regarding water... Walter Bracken asking for permission to fill in the swimming pool and use the company drag line to clean out the ditch to the Las Vegas Ranch so overflow could be used by the lesee rather than go to waste.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to W. H. Comstock (Los Angeles), June 17,... LVL&WC executives had been called to a meeting with the Utilities Commission about water shortages, and W. H. Comstock was seeing if they could quickly increase capacity before the meeting.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Leo A. McNamee (Las Vegas), November 2,... Letter accompanying application for the Las Vegas Land and Water Co. to have permission to use the new well on the Las Vegas Ranch. The unsigned application is referenced below.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Frank Strong (Los Angeles), July 15, 1941 Bracken reporting to Strong that in relation to the water due to the Stewart family, a miner's inch equals 11.22 gallons per minute.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Leo A. McNamee (Las Vegas), April 1,... Bracken informing McNamee of the solution to the water delivery problem to the Stewart burial plot.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Leo A. McNamee (Las Vegas), February 6,... Letter referring to water received by the Stewart family from the Union Pacific Railroad.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to H. A. Shamberger (Carson City), July 7,... Letter in which Bracken requests a definition of a miner's inch from the State Engineer's office.
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Estimate of cost for drilling well at Las Vegas Ranch, August 26, 1939 Cost estimate for a new well on the Las Vegas Ranch.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Frank Strong (Los Angeles), August 26, 1939 Letter confirming details regarding the drilling of a new well at the Las Vegas Ranch.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken to Charles McCall (Las Vegas), May 17, 1945 Bracken asking the city manager to require the more intelligent use of water in the Huntridge Addition city park to set a good example for residents.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to C. P. Massie (Las Vegas), June 10,... Letter to the manager of the Army housing project informing him of complaints about water waste and the city ordinance forbidding water waste.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to F. H. Knickerbocker (Los Angeles) July 25,... Walter R. Bracken of the Las Vegas Land and Water Co. approved of Knickerbocker's decision for the Union Pacific Railroad to provide Bishop Earl with water from Overton.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Will Wittwer (Las Vegas), September 8, 1939 Letter informing Wittwer that he was responsible for laying pipe to direct the new water from the new well.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Frank Strong (Los Angeles), April 10, 1945 The Las Vegas Land and Water Company found it necessary to lock up the spring on the Las Vegas Ranch to secure it from squatters on the property.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Frank Strong (Los Angeles), May 26, 1943 Bracken recommends to Strong that Stewart's lease be renewed and discusses just how much water is to be included with the lease.
 

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