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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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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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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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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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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 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 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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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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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 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 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 Frank Strong (Los Angeles) to Walter R. Bracken, October 12, 1945 While Las Vegas was experiencing a water shortage, the Las Vegas Land and Water Company should not protest the drilling of new wells as this might incite hostility. A water district may be formed that would be able to...
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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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Telegram from Walter R. Bracken (Las Vegas) to E. E. Bennett (Los Angeles), July 26,...
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Contract between the Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad, the Union Pacific Railroad, and the... Contract resolving the issue of final payment to the Union Pacific Railroad for contractually obligated work on the water system after the water district had taken control of the water.
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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 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 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 F. H. Knickerbocker (Los Angeles) July 25,... Walter R. Bracken of the Las Vegas Land and Water Co. approved of Knickerbocker's decision for the Union Pacific Railroad to provide Bishop Earl with water from Overton.
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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 [A. M. Folger] to Hugh A. Shamberger (Carson City), August 23, 1948 Request to the state engineer to expedite their permit to drill a well since the period for people to object had expired.
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Letter from A. M. Folger (Las Vegas) to William Reinhardt, August 17, 1948 Discussion of details regarding the drilling of a well on the Las Vegas Ranch.
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Letter from Hugh A. Shamberger (Carson City) to Colonel H. F. Clark (Las Vegas), December... Shamberger advised the Water District to purchase the lands surrounding the Las Vegas Springs as well as other springs and wells in the area to protect its water sources in the future.
 

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