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Completion of land transfer from Rocky Mountain Produce Company to Las Vegas Paiute Colony: correspondence and records




1974 to 1975


Letter from Bobby J. Sallee, Realty Specialist, to Acting Superintendent, about fencing the Las Vegas Paiute Colony. Letter from Realty Officer Robert Donlevy to Arden J. Sampson inquiring about the status of the pending conveyance of lands from Rocky Mountain Produce Company to the Las Vegas Indian (Paiute Colony). Requests from Nellie Sanchez, a resident of the Las Vegas Paiute Colony. Letter from Superintendent to Bruce Stucki confirming that conveyance transaction of land to the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe is final. Letter from Superintendent Robert L. Hunter to Chairman of the Las Vegas Paiute Colony Council Kenneth Anderson about finalizing the transfer of a small strip of land from the Rocky Mountain Produce Company. Correspondence about a proposed fence between the Las Vegas Paiute Colony and the Skyvue Mobile Park. Correspondence between Field Solicitor Otto Aho and Superintendent Robert L. Hunter about "Legal sufficiency of deed from Arden J. Sampson for access strip for Las Vegas Indians" (deed and maps included). Correspondence between Chairman of the Las Vegas Colony Council Kenneth D. Anderson and the Bureau of Indian Affairs about a map of each lot on the colony and water charges. Correspondence about a "Title Insurance Policy" needed to finalize land transfer from Rocky Mountain Produce to the Las Vegas Paiute Colony. Resolution of the Las Vegas Indian (Paiute) Colony to accept the land transfer from Arden J. Sampson.

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hln001408. 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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