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Request for transfer of excess government real property for use by the Las Vegas Paiute Colony: correspondence




1973 to 1976


Notice of Public Hearing by the Board of Zoning Adjustment. Letter from Superintendent Robert L. Hunter to Area Director John Artichoker about acquiring excess GSA administered land for use by the Las Vegas Indian (Paiute) Colony. Request for transfer of excess real property and related personal property General Services Administration form and statement of justification. Letter from Assistant Area GSA Director Charles D. Worthman to A. B. Pace about the request form for transfer of property. Memorandum to Area Directors about attempts to acquire land on behalf of Native American tribes. Letter from Superintendent to Area Director John Artichoker about the derailment of a Union Pacific Railroad car adjacent to the Las Vegas Paiute Indian Colony. Letter from Las Vegas Paiute Tribal Council Chairman Kenneth D. Anderson to Union Pacific Railroad about specifications for a fence. Letter from Nevada Indian Legal Services Staff Attorney Frederick B. Stocking to Ray Jackson, Bureau of Indian Affairs Phoenix Area Office, about the Las Vegas Indian (Paiute) Colony's attempt to acquire GSA-administered land. Letter from Robert Donlevy, Area Realty Officer, to Frederick B. Stocking reporting progress on acquiring government surplus land. Memorandum from Area Realty Officer to Superintendent, Western Nevada Agency, about request for transfer of surplus land. Letter from A. B. Pace to Assistant Area Director Charles Worthman stating why request for land was denied. Notice of availability of excess real property from Director of Real Property Division A. B. Pace. Description of excess real property and map showing its location in the Las Vegas region.

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hln001403. UNLV Libraries Collection on the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe, approximately 1974-1990. MS-00961. Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada.


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