The United States National Park Service Photograph Collection is comprised of black-and-white photographic prints and negatives from approximately 1925 to 1950. Images include construction and remediation projects in Boulder City, Nevada; including Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, and the surrounding recreation area. Also included are images of the Lost City Museum in Overton, Nevada and Fort Churchill in Lyon County, Nevada; construction of tourist facilities at the Valley of Fire in southern Nevada; and landscapes taken along the Colorado River in Arizona and Utah.
The Catherine Boyer Postcard Collection contains postcards from Pahrump, Nevada. The collection depicts various scenes in Pahrump, Nevada, including the Pahrump Store, Tomken's Western Store, a group of men at a campfire, and Pahrump local, Lou Maestas', rendering of a winter scene.
The Ray W. Baldwin Photograph Collection (approximately 1940 -1981) consists of black-and-white photographic prints, negatives, and slides. The images depict architect Ray W. Baldwin's structures in the Las Vegas, Nevada area, as well as other central and southern Nevada locations.
The Eleanora E. and Gerald Neil Leavitt Photograph Collection (approximately 1910-1930) consists of two photographic prints and corresponding negatives of the Newell Leavitt family and their home at Fourth Street and Bridger Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada.
The David Bedford Photograph Collection (approximately 1980-1984) is comprised of twenty color photographic prints that depict the Las Vegas, Nevada Ice House, which was constructed to aid transportation of perishable goods for the Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad.
The Arthur Walker Gregory Photograph Collection, approximately 1900 to 1920, consists of black-and-white photographic prints, and two corresponding negatives. Two of the images depict the first train to arrive in Las Vegas, Nevada from Salt Lake City, Utah in 1905, one with railroad employees in the foreground. The remaining images depict Arthur Walker Gregory’s class photographs at the Las Vegas Grammar School when he was in the first, third, and fifth grades.
The Monty Brandt Photograph Collection consists of black-and-white photographic prints of the White Cross Drug Store on Fremont Street in Las Vegas, Nevada from 1924 and 1955. Images include views of Fremont Street, as well as interior and exterior views of the White Cross Drug Store.
The Mildred J. Heyer Photograph Collection consists of four black-and-white photographic prints and negatives from approximately 1905 to 1940. The photographs depict early Las Vegas, Nevada street scenes, an irrigation pump, and Liberty’s Last Stand, a prominent saloon in Nevada during Prohibition.
The Ernest Mitchell Pratt Photograph Collection (approximately 1935-1940) consists of black-and-white photographic prints. The images include Pratt’s freelance photographs of the Hoover Dam (Boulder Dam) and its construction.
The Morrison Family Photograph Collection (1917-1933) consists of black-and-white and color photographic prints, negatives, and slides. The images primarily depict the Morrison family in Las Vegas, Nevada and the surrounding areas. Images portray youth activities in Nevada, including a local Boy Scouts Troop, Las Vegas High School students, Clark County High School students, as well as student activities at the University of Nevada, Reno. Also included are images of scenes around Las Vegas, including Mount Charleston, Little Falls, and the Colorado River prior to the Hoover Dam (Boulder Dam). Other images include Morrison family trips to California, Utah, Oregon, and Arizona.