The State of Nevada Water-Resources Reconnaissance Records (1935-1968) contain studies and appraisals of ground water resources in the lakes and valleys of various Nevada counties. The documents were created by the Nevada Division of Water Resources.
Draft offer of Las Vegas Valley Water District to purchase the water production lands and facilities of the Las Vegas Land and Water Company and the railroad. R. L. Adamson's red pencil edits are handwritten. Accompanies letter (see Is referenced by). Draft has penciled corrections in the margins.
News release by the Las Vegas Valley Water District reporting that they had formally requested the state attorney general to review and state officially the legality of the District's plans to install water meters in Las Vegas. Statement included opinions from the law firm of O'Melveny & Myers and the District General Counsel Leo A. McNamee. Document has stamp of the Union Pacific Rail Road's law department dated October 26, 1955. Also initials stamp by E. E. Bennett dated October 27, 1955.
Discussion of the progress on domestic water for Bunkerville and Mesquite, Nevada. Prospects were good for the Work Projects Administration to install a tank and pipeline. PROJECT NUMBER: State Office # M-282, Clark County # M-22
Map shows portions of pipelines to be sold to the Las Vegas Valley Water District, pipelines connected to those to be sold to the District that will be retained by the railroad companies, and privately-owned pipelines connecting to those to be sold to the District. 'Exhibit D.' 'March 1, 1953.' 'I-128.' Las Vegas Land and Water Company?