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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 R. L. Adamson (Los Angeles), March 11,... Bracken calling on the Assistant Chief Engineer to do something about the leaking
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Telegram from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to J. P. Mack (Los Angeles), June 10,... Walter Bracken urging the Union Pacific Railroad to pay serious attention to maintaining a wooden pipeline, which was leaking badly in numerous places in summer. The reservoir level was at seven feet and falling.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to F. H. Knickerbocker (Los Angeles), February 15,... Bracken informing Knickerbocker that if repairs are not done soon on their pipeline, it would fail catastrophically. If the water master was busy, he requested the authority to hire a local crew to do the repairs.
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Telegram from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to J. P. Mack (Los Angeles), March 11,... Walter Bracken urging the Union Pacific Railroad Company that serious maintenance needs to be made to a wooden pipeline which was leaking badly in numerous places with summer quickly approaching.
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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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Letter from W. H. Comstock (Los Angeles) to H. V. Platt and J. Ross Clark... The company had three options for replacing the damaged pipeline, and Comstock wanted advice on which he should choose.
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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 J. Ross Clark (Los Angeles) to W. H. Bancroft (Salt Lake City), July... Clark recommends replacing the sheet metal pipeline with concrete to fix a massive leaking problem.
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Letter from Charles A. Poulson (Los Angeles) to Arthur Maguire (Los Angeles), September 10, 1917 Discussion about the repair of the pipeline and how the conditions that it operated under were responsible for its failure.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to H. C. Nutt (Los Angeles), December 31,... Letter stating that damage to the pipeline was causing damage at the rail yard, and repair work should be undertaken immediately instead of waiting for scheduled maintenance.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Arthur Maguire (Los Angeles), August 2, 1917 A test of the new pipeline showed that the line was beyond repair and needed replaced as soon as possible.
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Letter from Arthur Maguire (Los Angeles) to W. H. Comstock, March 9, 1918 Letter describing how the company had spent nearly $4000 on pipeline maintenance and still it leaked badly. Maguire recommends replacing 4000 feet of pipeline.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to F. H. Knickerbocker (Los Angeles), April 26,... Recommendation to place additional bands on the pipeline since loose bands and certain repairs cause leaking in new locations.
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Letter to W. H. Bancroft and J. Ross Clark, May 18, 1908 An inspection of the pipeline showed that in many places, the asphalt was coming off the pipe and there were quite a few leaks. Maintenance would allow it to last perhaps a year longer, but then it would need...
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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 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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