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151. Interstate Commerce Commission Hearing newspaper clippings
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152. San Pedro, Salt Lake, and Los Angeles Railroad newspaper clippings
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153. Clayton V. Smith letter to C. McLeod, June 19, 1913
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154. W. R. Alberger letter to W. W. Cahill, August 30, 1910
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155. T. C. Peck letter to T. P. Cullen, February 5, 1920
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156. Frank R. McNamee letter to Governor Emmet D. Boyle, August 8, 1922
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157. Ore cart track leading to headframe and ore chute
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158. Round Mountain mine entrance
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159. Railroad ore car and wagon
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160. H. T. Yoder letter to R. T. Walker, May 19, 1918
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161. R. T. Walker letter to Pacific Audit & System Corp., March 20, 1918
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162. E. E. Calvin coded telegram to A. S. Halsted, August 14, 1922
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163. W. H. Comstock coded telegram to A. S. Halsted, August 15, 1922
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164. Letter to E. E. Calvin, August 13, 1922
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165. J. G. Scrugham letter to F. R. McNamee, March 9, 1923
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166. B. W. Dunn letter to John Ryan, August 23, 1910
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167. Leo A. McNamee telegram to A .S. Halsted, July 6, 1922
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168. E.E. Calvin , August 18, 1922
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169. Frank R. McNamee letter to Levi Syphus, August 24, 1922
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170. Clark County Review, July 29, 1916
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171. Clark County Review, July 5, 1919
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172. A Lady in Boomtown: Miners and Manners on the Nevada Frontier
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173. A. S. Halsted to W. H. Comstock (undated)
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174. C. A. Earle Rinker letter to H. C. Tolford, April 16, 1957
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175. Jumbo Fraction Mining Company prospectus
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176. First public train into Las Vegas from Los Angeles
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177. C. A. Earle Rinker letter to his family, October 25, 1906
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178. People watching the driving of the silver spike at the Tonopah Railroad Carnival
 

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