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Statutes of the State of Nevada passed at the special session of the Legislature, 1912 Chapter 140: An Act to provide a water law for the State of Nevada
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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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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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Senate Bill No. 63, Chapter 167 by Senator Charles D. Baker, approved March 27, 1947 Bill that created the Las Vegas Valley Water District
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United States Supreme Court case documents: Nevada exhibits, Arizona v. California, May 6, 1958 Nevada exhibits of the AZ v. CA case before the U. S. Supreme Court. The exhibits include topographic maps, photomaps, excerpts from correspondence and other published documents, and charts.
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Memo from A.W.F. to Walter R. Bracken in response to C. R. Gray's letter about... One particular part of the lands purchased from Helen Stewart was apparently for right of way and terminal facilities since it does not have any water rights associated with it.
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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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Meeting minutes from committee considering the question of serving railroad company facilities in Las Vegas,... Las Vegas General Attorney Calvin Cory determined that the 2.5 CFS from Well No. 1 represents a vested right. Committee discusses drilling another well on the shop grounds to increase production to the point where they can use the 2.5...
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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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Letter from Leo A. McNamee (Las Vegas) to Thomas A. Campbell (Las Vegas), March 19,... Summary of the water rights purchased by the Union Pacific Railroad from Helen Stewart to pass to the Las Vegas Valley Water District.
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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 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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Agreement between Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad Company, Union Pacific Railroad Company, Las Vegas... Agreement to sell water production, storage, and distribution facilities to the Las Vegas Valley Water District; includes maps and attached exhibits (C.L.D. No. 11342)
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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 A. Maguire (Los Angeles) to F. H. Knickerbocker, October 30, 1924 Maguire informs that Bracken was planning on using surplus water from the new artesian well to irrigate land on the Las Vegas Ranch.
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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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1927 report on Moapa water facilities with 1929 supplement, December 31, 1929 1927 overview report of the Union Pacific Railroad facilities in Moapa, Nevada including a 1929 supplement. Original report dated March 01, 1927, supplement dated December 31, 1929.
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Report on whether Las Vegas Charter and Nevada law allow the city to acquire the... Report on whether the Las Vegas Charter and Nevada law allow the city to acquire the water company by condemnation.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Los Angeles) to E. E. Calvin (Los Angeles), March 9,... Letter to the Las Vegas Land and Water Company president about the cost of turning the Las Vegas Ranch into a demonstration ranch. The letter makes it very clear that the primary motivation in creating a demonstration ranch is...
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Letter including legal opinion from Franklin T. Hamilton (Los Angeles) to Thomas A. Campbell... Mr. Hamilton, as representative of the law offices of O'Melveny & Myers addresses Mr. Campbell, president of the Las Vegas Valley Water District, outlining facts about the Las Vegas Valley Water District, Basic Management Inc., history of land and water...
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to F. H. Knickerbocker (Los Angeles), July 1,... Letter on the water situation in Las Vegas during a water shortage and status of water supply to the Stewart burial plot and the Las Vegas Ranch.
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Handwritten notes on the right to condemn property that was previously condemned or was purchased... Handwritten notes and listing of court cases by an unknown author about the legal issues surrounding the drive of some to acquire the Las Vegas Land and Water Company for the city of Las Vegas
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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 Calvin M. Cory (Las Vegas) to Edward C. Renwick, December 20, 1952 Cory expresses the legal opinion that in an artesian basin, if you have a water right then the point of diversion makes no difference.
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Revised Draft of Agreement regarding the sale of Las Vegas water facilities and lands to... Revised Draft of Agreement and deed between the railroad companies and the Las Vegas Valley Water District for the sale of Las Vegas water facilities and lands
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Petition by property owners to create the Las Vegas Valley Water District addressed to the... Text of the petition circulated to real property owners within Clark County to create the Las Vegas Valley Water District. Also included is a map of the area to be supplied with water, which is marked with the proposed boundaries...
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Leo A. McNamee (Las Vegas), November 2,... Letter accompanying application for the Las Vegas Land and Water Co. to have permission to use the new well on the Las Vegas Ranch. The unsigned application is referenced below.
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Letter from Leo A. McNamee to Alfred Merritt Smith (Carson City), November 6, 1939 Letter to the state engineer accompanying the application to allow the Las Vegas Land and Water co. access to water on the Las Vegas Ranch. The unsigned application is referenced below.
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Letter from Tiza and Mina Stewart and Evaline Stewart Stay (Las Vegas) to Leo McNamee... Copy of the letter from the Stewart family demanding reparations for damages caused by the lack of water which should have been delivered to them by the Union Pacific Railroad Company.
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Letter from E. E. Bennett (Los Angeles) to Walter Bracken (Las Vegas), December 19, 1939 Letter from the Union Pacific Railroad Co. lawyer recommending that the company not provide a settlement with the Stewart family, but to move forward with supplying water.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Leo A. McNamee (Las Vegas), April 1,... Bracken informing McNamee of the solution to the water delivery problem to the Stewart burial plot.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to Leo A. McNamee (Las Vegas), February 6,... Letter referring to water received by the Stewart family from the Union Pacific Railroad.
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Letter from Leo A. McNamee (Las Vegas) to Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas), February 7,... McNamee informing Bracken that he has tried to meet with the Stewart family several times, but the meetings have all fallen through.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to J. Ross Clark (Los Angeles), October 25,... Bracken asking Clark how to proceed since a man had offered to buy a small plot of land near the Las Vegas Springs who had promised not to drill a well. Bracken recommended to not allow it.
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Newspaper clipping, Protest emergency water ordinance 247, Las Vegas Review-Journal, July 26, 1939 Lorenzi urging people to protest the passage of City Ordinance No. 247, because it creates the impression to possible future residents that Las Vegas does not have enough water.
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Letter from E. E. Bennett to Leo A. McNamee (Las Vegas), November 24, 1952 Discussion of the changes made to the purchase contract draft to protect railroad company water rights.
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Letter from W. R. Rouse (Omaha) to A. E. Stoddard, December 18, 1951 Suggestions that the Railroad should develop its own water so that it will not be subject to rationing as experienced by other water districts. Dividing the water production from all other assets of the Las Vegas Land and Water...
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Letter from A. S. Halsted (Los Angeles) to Mr. Knickerbocker, June 11, 1924 The Las Vegas Land and Water Co. had drilled a new well but they had not filed the paperwork to legally appropriate the water.
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Telegram from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to E. E. Bennett (Los Angeles), July 26,...
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Letter from Perry J. Lynch (Omaha) to A. E. Stoddard, August 6, 1952 Discussion of the issues surrounding Union Pacific Railroad Company selling water to the Pacific Fruit Company
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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 W. H. Johnson (Las Vegas) to Howard W. Cannon (Las Vegas), May 4,... Mr. Johnson informing the city attorney that the land causing the mosquito problem was the four acre Stewart burial plot, and referred him to the Stewart heirs.
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Deed excerpt from Helen J. Stewart and heirs (Las Vegas) to William A. Clark, December... Excerpt of agreement between the Stewart family and Clark guaranteeing 4 miner's inches of water for the Stewart burial plot. Original date of deed was December 8. 1902. Excerpt was dated June 16, 1939.
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Letter from A. S. Halsted (Los Angeles) to Mr. Knickerbocker regarding surface and underground water... Halstead believed that if a new well was dug, the railroad and the water company must make sure that all the water from it was appropriated.
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County agent project progress report, Domestic water supply for Bunkerville and Mesquite, November 1, 1936 Having been unsuccessful in obtaining reliable domestic water, Bunkerville and Mesquite were beginning an all-out lobbying campaign on various agencies for help.
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Letter from A. S. Halsted (Los Angeles) to [F. R.] McNamee, December 16, 1924 Halsted proposed that the company not apply for water rights for the Las Vegas Springs but merely ask for a certificate since there were no conflicting claims.
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Letter from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to F. R. McNamee (Los Angeles), August 29,... Bracken reporting his visit to Buol's well and recommending a report from an engineer before the Las Vegas Land and Water Company purchases any additional land to protect their water rights.
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Letter from F. R. McNamee (Los Angeles) to Leo [McNamee], May 22, 1924 McNamee states that although the Union Pacific Railroad owns the land that the springs are on and all the land it historically watered, to further protect their water right they should apply for the right to appropriate the water.
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Report: Valuations of water facilities at Las Vegas, May 10, 1951 Value of water production facilities of the railroad the the water company exclusive of land minus depreciation.
 

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