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Photograph of dirt road with sewer seepage in Pittman, Nevada, March 30, 1945 Looking south through Pittman, Nevada towards Basic Magnesium and Railroad Pass. In the foreground area saturated areas.
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Aerial photograph of Basic Magnesium Incorporated facility, southward direction, Henderson, Nevada, September 15, 1943 Aerial view of Basic Magnesium plant from the north
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Aerial photograph of Basic Magnesium Incorporated facility, eastward direction, Henderson, Nevada, September 15, 1943 Aerial view of Basic Magnesium plant from the west
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to H. T. Whyte (San Francisco), February 4,... Bracken demanding that the fruit company do something about its water waste.
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Letter from H. T. Whyte (San Francisco) to Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas), February 7,... The fruit company was planning on installing a water cooling tower which would reduce their water use from 500 to 50 gallons per minute.
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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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Application by Las Vegas Valley Water District and Colorado River Commission of Nevada to the... Application of the Las Vegas Valley Water District to obtain the water facilities constructed at or near Henderson, Nevada, by Defense Plant Corporation. Document includes background of application, water district plans, consideration of public interest and benefit, and the terms...
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Letter from W. W. White (Reno) to Senator Pat A. McCarran (Washington, D.C.), September 22,... Letter written by the Director of Nevada's Division of Public Health Engineering to Senator McCarran informing of sewerage problems in Reno and the Nevada statutes regulating metering of water in larger Nevada towns like Las Vegas and Reno.
 

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