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Letter from F. H. Knickerbocker (Los Angeles) to R. L. Adamson, May 29, 1931 Discussion of transferring the pipeline to the Industrial Unit No. 1 from railroad books to that of the water company. Date stamped L.A. & S.L. R.R. Office of Industrial Engineer, Los Angeles, Calif.
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Letter from Haugh (Los Angeles) to F. H. Knickerbocker and A. S. Halsted, May 14,... The Las Vegas Land and Water Company was not going to buy the water system for the Wardie Addition, but would offer residents an attractive rate to connect to company lines.
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Letter from H. I. Bettis (Los Angeles) to A. S. Halsted, January 9, 1910 The county received a preferred water rate. At Block 20, they had 12 taps, and rather than install 12 meters, they paid a flat rate. They now wanted to pay for one tap. Bettis was asking if the Las Vegas...
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Letter from F. H. Knickerbocker to W. R. Bracken (Las Vegas), June 4, 1931 Knickerbocker giving the water company authority to operate the pipeline to Industrial Unit No. 1. Letter has a date stamp from the L.A. & S.L. R.R. Office of Industrial Engineer, Los Angeles, Calif. Also has a W.H. date stamp at...
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Letter from R. L. Adamson (Los Angeles) to F. H. Knickerbocker, April 22, 1927 Adamson recommended installing a meter to see how much water the water company was using so they could use the information for negotiatiing a contract renewal for providing water to Las Vegas. "36-47-L" written in pencil at the top. Date...
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Letter from F. R. McNamee (Los Angeles) to F. H. Knickerbocker, July 23, 1929 Since the city was expanding its sewer system, it was a good time to renegotiate their contract to get all the water run off from the city sewer system for irrigation on the Las Vegas Ranch. Written in pencil at...
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Letter from F. H. Knickerbocker (Los Angeles) to F. E. Pettit, Jr., August 16, 1924 Discussion of what measures should be taken to control the flow from the new artesian well near the Las Vegas Springs.
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Letter from W. R. Armstrong (Los Angeles) to A. L. Coey (Salt Lake City), June... Since the Las Vegas Land and Water Company could not legally use water meters, they needed to remove any installed and refund the deposits for others in the Industrial Unit No. 1. Date stamped from L.A. & S.L. R.R. Co....
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to F. H. Knickerbocker (Los Angeles) regarding water... Since the water company could not meter the water, Bracken would conduct a survey of the new users to try and determine how much water each will require so they could establish rates for them.
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Letter from F. R. McNamee to A. S. Halsted, June 3, 1931, regarding extension of... The franchise granted the water company would not need to be extended for them to take over the pipeline to the Industrial Unit No. 1. Letter has a date stamp from the L.A. & S.L. R.R. Co., Office of the...
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Letter from C. R. Gray (Omaha) to W. M. Jeffers (Omaha) and A. S. Halsted... The Union Pacific Railroad president directs that the new pipeline to Industrial Unit No. 1 be placed under the ownership of the Las Vegas Land and Water Company as it would be more beneficial for tax purposes.
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Letter from A. S. Halsted (Los Angeles) to Mr. Knickerbocker, June 11, 1924 The Las Vegas Land and Water Co. had drilled a new well but they had not filed the paperwork to legally appropriate the water.
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Letter from F. H. Knickerbocker (Los Angeles) to A. S. Halsted (Las Vegas), January 7,... The new artesian well should be capped so its flow could be controlled so there would not be a problem with claims of surplus water. Written in pencil at the top of the page: "102-5" "174-2" and "Dry Lake, Nev."...
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Letter from F. R. McNamee (Los Angeles) to R. L. Adamson, November 19, 1931 When applying for a permit for the water from the new artesian well they needed to be careful not to apply for more than the actual flow, minus the amount of water needed for other purposes. Letter also refers to...
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Letter from the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce to W. H. Comstock, A. S. Halstead,... Letter stating that low water pressure had been a serious problem during the last three fires in Las Vegas and should be fixed. If irrigation was the culprit, then the city commission should enact watering restrictions.
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Letter from A. S. Halsted (Los Angeles) to [F. R.] McNamee, December 16, 1924 Halsted proposed that the company not apply for water rights for the Las Vegas Springs but merely ask for a certificate since there were no conflicting claims.
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Letter from A. S. Halsted (Los Angeles) to Mr. Knickerbocker regarding surface and underground water... Halstead believed that if a new well was dug, the railroad and the water company must make sure that all the water from it was appropriated.
 

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