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Report, Final environmental impact statement, Southern Nevada Water Project, second stage, June 6, 1977 Final environmental impact statement for the second stage of the Southern Nevada Water Project.
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Report, Socioeconomic impacts of the second stage of the Southern Nevada Water Project and its... Study on the possible societal impacts of bringing in water from outside of the Las Vegas Valley.
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Map of water pipelines to be sold to the Las Vegas Valley Water District, March... Map showing pipelines to be sold to the Las Vegas Valley Water, pipelines to be retained by the railroad companies, and privately owned pipelines connecting to those to be sold to the District.
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Letter from L. R. Maag (Los Angeles) to William Reinhardt, June 5, 1952 Letter explaining the proposed relocation of water pipelines and powerlines off railroad land before the sale to the water district to enable future development of land. Reference to map shown below.
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Map to accompany joint letter dated April 20th, 1931 to Mr. Gray concerning construction of... Map to accompany joint letter dated April 20th, 1931 to Mr. Gray concerning construction of proposed water main to serve lessees in Industrial Unit No. 1.
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Map of pipe line from Big Spring to Las Vegas, Nev., January 24, 1911 Map of the proposed pipeline from the Las Vegas Springs to Las Vegas; created by San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad Company. Los Angeles
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Aerial photograph of Lake Mead water intake for Basic Magnesium Inc., Nevada, January 5, 1942 Aerial view of Lake Mead intake for the Basic Magnesium plant water system, showing the causeway in the upper right corner.
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Aerial photograph of the Basic Magnesium Inc. pipeline and reservoir, Henderson, Nevada, January 5, 1942 Aerial view looking northeast showing Basic Magnesium's terminal reservoir site and 40" pipeline ditch.
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Aerial photograph showing the Lake Mead intake for the Basic Magnesium Inc. water system, Nevada,... Aerial view showing site of Basic Magnesium's water supply intake at Lake Mead.
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Aerial photograph of booster pumping station site, Basic Magnesium Inc., Henderson, Nevada, January 13, 1942 Aerial view of Basic Magnesium pipeline between the plant and Lake Mead, looking east towards the causeway and island on Lake Mead.
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Price list and blueprint from E. M. Jessup (Los Angeles) for plans to erect housing... Plans and detailed cost estimate for covering over the Big Spring
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Letter and blueprints from William Reinhardt (Los Angeles) to Howard F. Clark (Las Vegas), March... Blueprint maps with introductory letter showing improvements built before December 31, 1950
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Work orders for additional pipelines to increase existing water supply line, Las Vegas, April -May... The first sheet, form 30, a work order authority for extensions and additions to the water supply line on the Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad Company's property, includes a description of the work and the necessity for the work,...
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Sketch of plan and profile of present and proposed pipes, tanks and reservoirs at Sloan,... Sketch of the pipelines and reservoirs existing and contemplated by the San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad in Sloan, Jean, and Erie, Nevada.
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Purchase offer from Las Vegas Valley Water District to Union Pacific Railroad Company, Salt Lake... $2,500,000.00 offer from the Las Vegas Valley Water District to purchase all water production lands and facilities, with exceptions noted that were owned by the Union Pacific Railroad Company and subsidiaries.
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Purchase offer from Las Vegas Valley Water District to purchase all water production lands and... Offer from the Las Vegas Valley Water District to Union Pacific Railroad Company, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad Company, and Las Vegas Land and Water Company, to purchase all water production lands and facilities owned by the Union Pacific...
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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 T. P. Cullen (Los Angeles) to R. E. Wells (Los Angeles), April 28,... Recommendation that the spring be covered to prevent contamination of drinking water.
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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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Bill granting to Las Vegas Valley Water District right of way to certain public lands... Legislative bill to grant right-of-way to the Las Vegas Valley Water District to lands between Lake Mead, Henderson, and Las Vegas. It also grants access to Basic Management Inc. to allow for the conveyance and distribution of water.
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Map of major subdivisions near downtown Las Vegas, January 2, 1931 Map showing the major subdivisions near the Las Vegas downtown, as well as the location and composition of water pipelines.
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Map showing location of proposed 12-inch water main to connect Well #8 with settling basin... Map showing a proposed pipeline near the Las Vegas Springs.
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Map showing proposed new well pipe and fittings in Las Vegas, 1936 Map of proposed water mains.
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Map to accompany water contract, W. S. Cropper, Arden, Nev., September 1919 Pipeline in Arden, Nevada.
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Map showing possible industrial users connections to railroad pipelines in Las Vegas, December 4, 1930 Map showing possible industrial users connections to railroad pipelines in Las Vegas.
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Map showing water pipe lines in Arden, Nev., May 4, 1913 Map of the pipeline to Arden, Nevada.
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Map showing water pipe line serving H. C. Wheeler, Arden, Nevada, November 1929 Map showing Arden, Nev. pipeline and two connections to it.
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Map showing proposed new 12" well and pipe line changes at Water Springs, Las Vegas,... Map detailing proposed changes to the Las Vegas Springs.
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Map showing pipe line in Clark Street, Las Vegas Land & Water Co., Las Vegas,... Map showing the location of the Clark Street water main.
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Map showing water connection for Moapa School District No. 17, Moapa, Nev., August 1920 Map showing the water main and pipeline to the school house in Moapa Nevada.
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Map to accompany water contract, Enterprise School District, Arden, Nev., September 1919 Map showing pipeline to Arden, Nevada schoolhouse.
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Plan of lands proposed to be purchased by the Las Vegas Valley Water District, August... Map of lands to be purchased by the Las Vegas Valley Water District.
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Map showing possible industrial users connections to railroad pipelines, circa 1930 Map showing possible industrial users connections to railroad pipelines
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Map showing corrosive types of soil in the Las Vegas area, September 2, 1948 Map showing soils in the Las Vegas area designated as badly corrosive, mildly corrosive, or non-corrosive. Soil was surveyed to measure its effect on water pipes.
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Map showing proposed new 12" well and pipe line changes at water springs, Las Vegas,... Proposed changes to the Las Vegas Springs and pipeline
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Press release about proposed expenditures from bond issue, Clark County, Nevada, 1953 News announcement release of the Las Vegas Valley Water District's spending plans for money raised from a $8,700,000 bond issue. The list was compiled by the district consulting engineer, James M. Montgomery and included improvement projects and their estimated cost....
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Proposed improvements and costs of Las Vegas Valley Water District listed by James M. Montgomery... Detailed list by a consulting engineer itemizing costs of proposed improvements by the Las Vegas Valley Water District after the change in ownership of the Las Vegas water facilities.
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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 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 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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Bill of Sale, Las Vegas Land and Water Company (Las Vegas, Nev.), Audit No. 5355,... Bill of sale for pipelines and wire lines from the Las Vegas Land and Water Company to the Las Vegas Valley Water District.
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Contract between the Union Pacific and Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad Companies, and the... Second redraft of contract for the Las Vegas Valley Water District to remove all power lines and water pipelines from railroad property after a yet to be agreed upon number of months.
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Proposed official statement respecting the usage of $8,700,000 general obligation waterworks bonds of the Las... Preliminary draft of detailed plans for the usage of the $8.7 million waterworks bonds of the Las Vegas Valley Water District.
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Proposed official statement respecting $8,700,000 usage of waterworks bonds of the Las Vegas Valley Water... The official statement of the Las Vegas Valley Water District prepared to be used in the sale of the $8.7 million bonds described within. Overview description of the area in history, geology, tourism trade, agriculture, industry with appendices in back....
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Memo from Walter R. Bracken to E. E. Bennett about Lake Mead and Basic Magnesium,... Bracken recommending that if Las Vegas was successful in getting water from Lake Mead through Basic Magnesium Incorporated that the artesian water be used for domestic purposes exclusively and the other for irrigation.
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Copy of the act creating the Las Vegas Valley Water District, May 10, 1951 Text of the bill creating a water district in the Las Vegas Valley
 

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