Search for exactly "San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad Company"

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Map showing pipe lines, Las Vegas, Nev., January 15, 1941. Map showing pipelines in the rail yard area, 1914; Created by the San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad Company. Los Angeles Division;
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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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Letter from F. R. McNamee (Los Angeles) to Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas), August 27,... McNamee asking for information regarding the Buol well and discussing the possibility of the Las Vegas Land and Water Co. buying land in the vicinity of the Las Vegas Springs to protect their water rights and prevent litigation.
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Report on the water supply in Las Vegas, March 25, 1942 Brief history of water in Las Vegas and overview of the water situation
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Letter from C. O. Whittemore (Salt Lake City) to Henry Thurtell (Carson City), October 13,... Letter to the Nevada State Engineer refuting Buol's application for water from the Las Vegas Creek since the Las Vegas Springs were on private property and entirely appropriated on that property.
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Letter from E. G. Tilton (Los Angeles) to George Wynecook (Bakersfield, Cal.), August 31, 1906 E.G. Tilton, Chief Engineer of the The San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad Company, replies that the railroad company has no intention of drilling any wells in Las Vegas because of the abundance of spring water in the...
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Letter from H. I. Bettis (Los Angeles) to J. Ross Clark, October 17, 1906 Discussion of the financial aspects of the Las Vegas Land and Water Company in relation to the Railroad.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to H. I. Bettis (Los Angeles), January 17,... Bracken informing the Las Vegas Land and Water Company Vice-President that unless the railroad stopped pumping oil from their sump into the creek, he would terminate his lease on the Las Vegas Ranch.
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Letter from C. O. Whittemore (Salt Lake City) to William McDermott (Las Vegas), December 5,... C. O. Whittemore, General Attorney for the San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad Company recommends that if the Creek runs off the ranch property at any time, that the creek either be diverted or piped.
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Letter from F. R. McNamee (Los Angeles) to Leo McNamee about surface and underground water... Though the deed from Stewart makes no mention of water rights, it was McNamee's opinion that the water was part of the land and went with it.
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Map showing water connection for jail in Moapa, Nev., December 28, 1914 Map showing the pipeline from the water main to the jail in Moapa, Nevada.
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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 connection to T. W. Sloan & Co., Moapa, Nev., December 28, 1914 Map showing part of the water system of Moapa, Nevada.
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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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Letter from George Wynecook (Bakersfield, Cal.) to E.G. Tilton (Los Angeles), August 29, 1906 Request regarding the availability of well drilling contracts in Las Vegas.
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Photograph of people gathered at the Las Vegas Townsite auction, 1905 Shot of the podium during the 1905 auction of town sites in Las Vegas
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to C. J. Balch (Los Angeles), October 20,... Bracken notifying the Union Pacific Railroad that the water situation on the Stewart burial plot was satisfactory.
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Letter from William McDermott (Las Vegas) to C. O. Whittemore (Salt Lake City), November 29,... Discussion of the survey of the Las Vegas Ranch in relation to the Las Vegas Creek.
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Letter from F. R. McNamee (Los Angeles) to Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas), August 15,... McNamee detailed the exact amount of water due the Stewarts and approved the installation of a pipe to guarantee delivery.
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Letter from General Counsel (Las Vegas) to H. I. Bettis regarding Las Vegas water system... General Counsel recommends an examination of the water rights and water properties embraced in the mortgage, and an examination of the title deeds before the railroad company makes any real estate decisions.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to F. R. McNamee (Los Angeles), November 20,... Workers installing sewer lines disturbed the water mains, which would cause many future problems, and Bracken was asking the company lawyer how to proceed.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to F. H. Knickerbocker (Los Angeles), June 24,... Discussion of whether the Las Vegas Land and Water Company should respond to the 'assinine' resolution passed by the City Commision when asked for a city ordinance against water waste.
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Letter from R. L. Adamson (Los Angeles) to F. H. Knickerbocker, August 16, 1929 Summary of the lands purchased from the Stewart family by the Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad Company.
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Report, Las Vegas water supply recommendations, March 31, 1942 Report describing the origins of the Las Vegas Land and Water Co., including recommendations that the Union Pacific Railroad keep title to water bearing lands, and that the company not sell out to the city.
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Letter from C. O. Whittemore (Los Angeles) to T. E. Gibbon (Los Angeles), August 22,... Whittemore stating that the reservoir at the Las Vegas Springs should be covered and a pipeline run since the open water system was an epidemic and a lawsuit waiting to happen.
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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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Telegram from A. Maguire (Los Angeles) to W. H. Comstock, May 25, 1920 The railroad should consider drilling a well inside the shop grounds in case of serious labor troubles.
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Memo from Walter R. Bracken to W. H. Hulsizer about water usage, March 28, 1938 Water used by the Las Vegas Land and Water Company and the Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad Company in 1932
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Letter from R. E. Wells (Los Angeles) to W. H. Bancroft, February 23, 1912 Wells expressed his opinion that it was not a good time to discontinue having someone patrol the pipeline and springs.
 

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