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Photograph of the Las Vegas Ranch looking northeast, circa 1940
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Aerial photograph of Cashman Field and remains of the Mormon Fort, 1960 Aerial view of Cashman Field and Old Mormon Fort looking southeast.
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Aerial photograph of Cashman Field and remains of the Mormon Fort looking northeast, 1960 Aerial view of Cashman Field and Old Mormon Fort looking northeast.
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Group photograph of men in swim wear at the Las Vegas Ranch, 1916 Group of swimmers at the Lake Vegas Ranch with the ruins of the Mormon Fort in the background. Information provided by Special Collections included a photocopy of the photograph identifying three of the individual in the photograph. The second...
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Photograph of a bridge over the Las Vegas Creek, circa 1940 Creek on the Las Vegas Ranch with a footbridge built over it
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Map of farm plots of the Las Vegas Mormon Mission, 1855 Hand-drawn map of farm plots for missionaries at the Mormon Fort. Scale of Fort: 1/2 inch to 100 feet.
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Aerial photograph of Cashman Field, southwest direction, after 1947 Aerial view of Cashman Field
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Map of the Las Vegas Valley and the Mormon Mission, 1855 Hand-drawn map of the Mormon Fort and Las Vegas Valley from a letter to Brigham Young by John Steele
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Photograph of bridge over Vegas Creek, Las Vegas, circa 1900 Photograph of bridge over Las Vegas Creek south of the Old Mormon Fort.
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Photograph of fields of Las Vegas Ranch and Las Vegas Valley to the northeast, circa... Looking northeast from the bench over the Old Mormon Fort across the Las Vegas Valley.
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Letter from R. L. Adamson (Los Angeles) to F. H. Knickerbocker, August 18, 1931 Letter refers to Las Vegas Land and Water Company map, referenced below, showing proposed earthen dam near the Old Mormon Fort. Letter includes estimated construction costs. Mr. Adamson, Chief Engineer of the Union Pacific Railroad, advised against the...
 

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