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Letter from E. E. Bennett (Los Angeles) to William Reinhardt, December 11, 1951 The Las Vegas Land and Water Company provided the water district with an inventory a year before, but no buyers made an offer yet. The letter is an account of a meeting to discuss further details of the proposed purchase....
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Letter from William Reinhardt (Los Angeles) to A. M. Folger including water production and consumption... Letter from Reinhardt requesting to the Nevada Public Service Commission clarification on some figures found in the attached report regarding water production. Chart showing Las Vegas monthly production and consumption of water for 1945, 1946 and 1947.
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Letter from William Reinhardt (Los Angeles) to A. E. Stoddard, October 6, 1950 Discussion of the new contract between the Las Vegas Land and Water Company and the railroad and the new rate the water company will pay for water, which would likely result in a water rate increase for users.
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Memo from Edward C. Renwick to E. E. Bennett about the Las Vegas Land and... Discussion of the relevant legal issues and court decisions relating to the question of whether the railroad could be forced to increase water production
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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 E. E. Bennett (Los Angeles) to William Reinhardt, September 30, 1952 The ability of the railroad to resist demands to increase water production would be aided if water production facilities were solely in the possession of the Las Vegas Land and Water Company
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Letter from Howard W. Cannon (Las Vegas) to Nevada Public Service Commission (Carson City), ... The Las Vegas City Commission instructed the city attorney to demand that the Las Vegas Land and Water Co. proceed immediately to augment the present water supply.
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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 W. H. Hulsizer (Omaha) to G. F. Ashby (Omaha), May 7, 1942 Hulsizer enumerated the many financial and political reasons that the water producing lands controlled by the Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad Company should be sold to the Las Vegas Land and Water Company.
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Letter from F. H. Knickerbocker to E .E. Bennett, October 14, 1934 Knickerbocker wanted to know how to proceed if Las Vegas citizens made an attempt to acquire the Las Vegas Land and Water Company through condemnation.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to C. C. Barry (Los Angeles), February 7,... Response for request for information needed to report to the Nevada Public Service Commission regarding electricity used and details of water users and sales in 1929.
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Letter from E. E. Bennett (Los Angeles) to William Reinhardt, August 17, 1949 Discussion of the legal issues surrounding the effort to get the Nevada Public Service Commission to force the water company to run a pipeline to Lake Mead.
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Memo from Edward C. Renwick to E. E. Bennett about the purchase price given to... Detailed discussion of why the purchase price set by the Nevada Public Service Commission for the purchase by the Las Vegas Valley Water District was too low.
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Letter from E. E. Bennett (Los Angeles) to William Reinhardt, September 3, 1948 Las Vegas Mayor E. W. Cragin asked that the Las Vegas Land and Water Company extend pipelines for fire protection down the Strip. Bennett had the opinion that the company could not be legally compelled to do it, and...
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Letter from A. M. Folger (Las Vegas) to Frank Strong, June 7, 1948 The charges for water for the hospital seemed to be too high and Folger was asking for permission to lower them.
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Letter from A. M. Folger (Las Vegas) to William Reinhardt, W 23-1-48, August 4, 1949 The water company would see no benefit from attending a public hearing with the Public Service Commission regarding the water situation in Las Vegas
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Letter from A. M. Folger (Las Vegas) to William Reinhardt, W 23-3-4, August 4, 1949 Discussion of Fire Underwriters report of fire protection in Las Vegas. While the water company was not obliged to comply with its findings, their response would have a direct impact on the insurance rates for businesses.
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Letter from W. R. Armstrong (Los Angeles) to E. E. Cunningham, August 17, 1928 Logandale, Nevada lacked a water system and McNamee thought that if the railroad supplied Bishop Jones with water, others would expect the same.
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Telegram from A. E. Stoddard (Omaha) to E. E. Bennett (Los Angeles), March 17, 1953 Discussion of how Las Vegas Land and Water Company ownership of all water production would affect their tax situation and the pros and cons of the railroad being named a public utility.
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Letter from E. E. Bennett (Los Angeles) to William Reinhardt, January 4, 1952 The Nevada State Engineer suggested that the Las Vegas Valley Water District purchase 1200 acres of "water bearing lands," but the District only wanted to purchase 679 acres.
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Letter from L. A. Barnes to W. H. Hulsizer (Omaha), October 12, 1949 Letter reporting on meeting held to discuss water complaints of Las Vegas residents. All agreed that Lake Mead water was needed to augment their supply.
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Letter from E. E. Bennett (Los Angeles) to William Reinhardt, December 4, 1951 Detailed discussion of the UP divesting itself of water production facilities to the Las Vegas Land and Water Company. Written in red pencil at the top of the page: "4705-11-22" and "80-Gen."
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Letter from E. E. Bennett (Los Angeles) to Calvin M. Cory (Las Vegas), December 22,... Discussion of the defeat of bills to overturn the metering prohibition and efforts to have a future bill passed. "80-8, 83-4, 80-5-Gen" written at head of page in red pencil.
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Letter from J. G. Scrugham (Carson City) to Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas), June 30... The present water system of Las Vegas furnished cheap and seemingly satisfactory service, yet in order to bring in new businesses or agriculture, new sources of water would need to be found.
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Letter from Public Service Commission of Nevada to Al Folger (Las Vegas), June 3, 1948 Discussion of the fairness of the water rates for laundries, restaurants, baths, and toilets.
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Las Vegas Land and Water Company report, July 23, 1949 Summary of latest water crisis with the recommendations of Commissioner Williams to correct it.
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Letter from J. G. Allard (Las Vegas) to Al Folger (Las Vegas), August 2, 1949 Request for the water company's plan to prevent water shortages in the future. Letter states that if the supplied plan is insufficient, the commission will schedule a public meeting.
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Order presented at a general session of the Public Service Commission of Nevada (Carson City)... The Nevada Public Service Commission grants approval of the Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad Company selling water to the Pacific Fruit Company with the expressed understanding that this does not make the railroad company a public utility within the...
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In the matter of discontinuance of water service to Wardie Addition by the South Nevada... Notice of a hearing about the legal ramifications to cutting off the water for Wardie Addition.
 

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