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Photograph of the Von Tobels and the Beckleys with their first artesian well, 1909 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Von Tobel, Sr., and Jake and William Beckley are shown on their Paradise Valley property with their first artesian well
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Photograph of first artesian well in Las Vegas Valley on Taylor Ranch, with group of... Thee identified and four unidentified men looking at a flowing artesian well with a drilling rig nearby.
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Photograph of first artesian well in Las Vegas Valley, Taylor Ranch, before 1910 Three men standing near a flowing artesian well with a drilling rig nearby.
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Photograph of first artesian well in Las Vegas Valley on Taylor Ranch, before 1910 Men near a flowing artesian well with a drilling rig nearby.
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Mounted photographs of William McGruff and Old Man Mason near an artesian well, and William... William McGuff (right) and Old Man Mason (left) near an artesian well at the McGruff Ranch. Old Man Mason who brought the first automobile to town. Two photographic prints mounted on one piece of cardboard. It was verified that Paradise...
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Mounted photograph of Peter Buol next to his artesian well in the Las Vegas Valley,... Peter Buol, first mayor of Las Vegas, and two other men next to a drilling rig and a flowing artesian well. Photograph was mounted on cardboard.
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Photograph of a drill rig putting down the hole for the first well in the... Drilling in the Las Vegas Heights District with Mr. Booth and Mr. Madison performing the work.
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Photograph of children gathered by an artesian well near Tule Springs, circa 1938 (left to right) Celia Rivero, Johnny Weber and Alfonso Rivero gathered by a well near Tule Springs with Margarita Rivero and Maria Weber looking on.
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Postcard showing artesian well near Las Vegas, March 6, 1920 Artesian well located approximately 4 (four) miles from Las Vegas, on a ranch. Water was used for irrigation.
 

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