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Total manuscripts: 45

Archaeo-Nevada Society Records
Coll #: MS-00728
Date: 1939-2016 (bulk 1966-2005)
Extent: 9 boxes, 1 oversized box (6.52 cubic feet, 6.55 linear feet), 186 digital files (0.270 GB)
The Archaeo-Nevada Society Records (1939-2016) consist of archaeological and conservation articles, correspondence, brochures, newsletters, programs, maps, articles about prehistoric Native Americans, and information about the flora and fauna of Nevada. Materials also include scrapbooks and photograph albums detailing the activities of the society between 1966 and 1998.
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Berkley, Shelley papers
Coll #: MS-00599
Date: 1987-2012 (bulk 1999-2012)
Extent: 46 boxes, 7 oversized boxes, and 1 flat file (31.78 cubic feet, 36.61 linear feet); 5,977 Digital Files (16.36 GB)
The Shelley Berkley Papers (1987-2012) consist primarily of correspondence and other documents pertaining to Shelley Berkley's tenure as United States Representative for Nevada 1st congressional district. Topics include nuclear waste storage at Yucca Mountain, education, women's rights, health care, foreign affairs, veterans, economics, and homeland security. The collection also includes photographs, interviews, and awards. Shelley Berkley served as a member of Congress between 1999 and 2013.
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Brooks (Richard and Sheilagh) Papers
Coll #: MS-00885
Date: 1919-2003 (bulk 1970-1990)
Extent: 15 boxes (9.21 cubic feet, 8 linear feet)
The Richard and Sheilagh Brooks Papers (1919-2003) are comprised of materials collected during their tenure as professors of Anthropology and Archaeology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). Included are correspondence, research papers, photographs, reports, books, article reviews, and student scholarship. There is also a file on reburial issues that contains correspondence and an amendment to Nevada State law regarding the handling of exhumed bodies.
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Civic Historical Research Project, Lincoln County Nevada Cemetery Census Records
Coll #: MS-00263
Date: 1980s
Extent: 1 box (shared); 0.23 cubic feet/0.21 linear feet
The Civic Historical Research Project, Lincoln County, Nevada Cemetery Census Records are comprised of Nevada cemetery censuses done in the 1980s, from the towns of Bullionville, Panaca, and Caliente.
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Claxton, Eunice Papers
Coll #: MS-00087
Date: 1982-2011
Extent: 0.25 Linear Feet (1 box)
The collection is comprised of long time Nevada resident Eunice Claxton's papers from 1982 to 2011. Included are photographs, memorial service programs, her maternal family history, and the 41st and 50th church convocations held in the Church of God in Christ, Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Down, James H. Scrapbook Collection
Coll #: MS-00236
Date: 1933-1979
Extent: 1.3 linear feet (1 box)
The James H. Down, Sr. Scrapbook Collection (1933-1979) contains two scrapbooks about James H. Down, Sr. The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings and political advertisements about his political and civic involvement in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Forbuss (Robert L.) papers
Coll #: MS-00888
Date: 1945-2011
Extent: 3 boxes, 1 folder (shared box), 1 flat file (shared box) (1.08 cubic feet, 2.75 linear feet)
The Robert L. Forbuss papers (1945-2011) are comprised of the personal papers of Las Vegas, Nevada educator and businessman, Robert L. "Bob" Forbuss. The collection materials include photographs of Forbuss throughout his life, including his early childhood, as well as some photographs of his mother, Marjorie Forbuss, during the 1940s and 1950s. The collection documents Forbuss's early childhood through adulthood and includes materials such as personal correspondence and Forbuss's baby book. There are also papers documenting Forbuss's professional life including his involvement with local politics and businesses. The collection includes records for J&B Strategic Alliances, LLC., a consulting company that he co-founded with former Las Vegas mayor, Jan Jones.
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Frederickson Family Papers
Coll #: MS-00448
Date: 1904-1917
Extent: 2 boxes (1.03 cubic feet, 1.77 linear feet)
The Frederickson Family Papers (1904-1917) contain documents and photographs related to Goodsprings, Nevada settlers John C. and Elizabeth Frederickson. Materials include bank statements, mining statements, personal correspondence, and college notes.
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Goldfield Consolidated Mines Company Records
Coll #: MS-00744
Date: 1904-1930
Extent: 5.4 Linear feet (2 boxes, 1 oversize box, 1 flat file)
The Goldfield Consolidated Mines Company Records (1904-1930) consist of correspondence, invoices, receipts with voucher checks, mining leases, insurance policies, payroll accounts, published notices and articles. Also included is a monthly Goldfield Consolidated Mines reports ledger from February 1914 to October 1916 for mines located in the south central Nevada area.
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Hart, Steven
Coll #: MS-00839
Date: 1950s-1980s
Extent: 1 folder (shared box) (0.01 Cubic Feet, 0.01 Linear Feet)
Papers are comprised of photographs, newspaper clippings, and correspondence dating from the 1950s to the 1980s collected by Steven Hart, son of the Las Vegas, Nevada chef, Nat Hart. The papers include information about Steven Hart's childhood and his service in Vietnam. Also included in the collection are photos of Steven Hart's father, Nat Hart.
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Hribar (Tom) collection of Nevada Southern University memorabilia
Coll #: MS-01012
Date: 1965-1967
Extent: 1 box (0.23 cubic feet, 0.21 linear feet)
The Tom Hribar Collection of Nevada Southern University Memorabilia (1965-1967) is comprised of newspaper clippings, programs, and publications primarily created by the Confederated Students of Nevada Southern (CSNS) that were collected by Tom Hribar, the former student body president of Nevada Southern University (NSU). Publications include student handbooks and directories. Also included are copies of publications such as Beau's Bit's, the student handbook; Polis; published by the Students for Political Action; and Matrix, an arts and literature magazine. The collection also includes materials such as correspondence and newspaper clippings related to an event where Hribar stole the Fremont Cannon trophy from the University of Nevada, Reno's campus as part of a practical joke in 1966.
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J. R. Lane Illuminating, Lubricating, and Fuel Oil Company Receipt Book
Coll #: MS-00147
Date: 1908
Extent: 0.23 cubic feet (1 box)
The J. R. Lane Illuminating, Lubricating, and Fuel Oil Company Receipt Book (1908) consists of one receipt book listing the names of customers and purchases made in Rhyolite, Nevada in 1908. This material was formerly known as the Nell Laird Collection.
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Kane Springs Ranch, Meadow Valley Wash, Nevada Records
Coll #: MS-00553
Date: 1930-2005
Extent: 1.25 linear feet (3 boxes)
The Kane Springs Ranch, Meadow Valley Wash, Nevada Records (1930-2005) contain records related to the Kane Springs Ranch outside of Moapa, Nevada. The collection primarily focuses on the property itself, but also contains a genealogy of the Huntsman family, the ranch's first owners. Records include deeds and materials from the sale of the Kane Springs Ranch to the Bureau of Land Management in 2005. The bulk of the collection documents how the Stuart family used its resources from 1952 to 2003. These materials are related to water usage on the property and a rock and sand mining operation, from which the Stuarts earned royalties.
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Lanman, Charles
Coll #: MS-00124
Date: 1864-1868
Extent: 0.01 linear feet (1 folder in shared box)
Charles Lanman Papers (1864-1868) contain the title page of the Dictionary of the United States Congress and the General Government, written by Lanman, solicitation requests for biographical information from notable government figures, and written replies. Of interest with regard to Nevada are the original handwritten letters from James W. Nye and William M. Stewart.
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Las Vegas High School Reunion Biography Collection
Coll #: MS-01021
Date: 1983
Extent: 1 box (0.19 cubic feet, 0.21 linear feet)
The Las Vegas High School Reunion Biography Collection (1983) consists of class rosters, biographies of graduates, and photocopies of original programs from the four graduating classes of 1933 to 1936. The information specific to each year is compiled into its own handmade scrapbook. The materials were created for the 50th reunion of the class of 1933, and the event also included the classes of 1934, 1935, and 1936.
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Las Vegas Library Regional History Files Collection
Coll #: MS-00809
Date: 1909-2007
Extent: 33.37 cubic feet, 28.17 linear feet (24 boxes)
Collection is comprised primarily of newspaper clippings on various topics related to Las Vegas, Nevada and Southern Nevada spanning from 1909 to 2007. The files were gathered and organized by the Las Vegas Library and include topics such as ghost towns in the Southwest and Western region of the United States, politics and government, education, gaming, and religious life in Las Vegas and Nevada. The files document topics of interest to the residents of Nevada. The files also contain biographical information on prominent individuals associated with Las Vegas and Nevada.
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Lee, Henry Hudson
Coll #: MS-00139
Date: 1903-1965
Extent: 0.37 cubic feet, 0.42 linear feet (1 box)
Collection is comprised of manuscript copies of Henry Hudson Lee's memoirs entitled "My Memoirs" and his biography of his father entitled "A Brief Sketch of the Life and Family of Milton LaFayette Lee." Henry Hudson Lee worked as the County Recorder and Auditor of Lincoln County in the early 1900s. He was also involved in cattle ranching most of his life.
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Liberty Engine Company No. 1 Records
Coll #: MS-00128
Date: 1876-1927
Extent: 1 box (0.23 cubic feet, 0.21 linear feet); 472 digital files (0.496 GB)
The Liberty Engine Company No. 1 Records (1876-1927) consist of two accounting ledgers belonging to the Liberty Engine Company No. 1, the fifth volunteer fire company formed in Gold Hill, Nevada in 1868. One ledger is signed by a the wife of J. H. (John H.) Witte, who was listed in an 1880 edition of the Gold Hill Daily News as a member of the Liberty Engine Company No. 1. The collection also contains banking transactions dating from 1926 to 1927 and a handwritten account of various payments made to the heirs of a Mrs. S. K. Witte in 1906. Some items in this collection are digital surrogates.
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Liddle (Samuel) General Store records
Coll #: MS-00051
Date: 1885 -1887 (bulk 1887)
Extent: 7 folders (0.46 cubic feet, 0.42 linear feet)
The Samuel Liddle General Store Records (1885-1887) are comprised of order forms, inventories, and customer ledgers for Liddle's General Store in Leadville, Nevada. The store was created to provide services to residents and prospectors during a mining boom in White Pine County that lasted from 1887 to approximately 1890. The materials also consist of Liddle's General Store accounts, business correspondence, and transactions, such as wholesale purchases of general merchandise and mining supplies from vendors in Eureka, Nevada, San Francisco, California, and smaller nearby locations. An undated hand-drawn map of the townsite is also included.
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Lisle Family Collection on Education in Beatty, Nevada
Coll #: MS-00212
Date: 1950
Extent: 1 box (0.23 cubic feet, 0.21 linear feet)
The Lisle Family Collection on Education in Beatty, Nevada, is comprised of photocopies of school records and correspondence from 1933 to 1948. It also includes an official voting register from the 1914 Beatty primary election. The photocopies were created approximately 1950.
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Logan, Jackie Boor
Coll #: MS-00582
Date: 1833-2011
Extent: 0.21 linear feet, 0.19 (1 box)
The Jackie Boor Logan Papers (1833-2011) contain articles, correspondence, copies of photographs, newspaper clippings, and other genealogical information on the Logan family. The bulk of the material begins with the shooting death of Tonopah, Nevada Sheriff Tom Logan in 1906.
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Logan, Jackie Boor
Coll #: MS-00582
Date: 1833-2011
Extent: 0.21 linear feet, 0.19 (1 box)
The Jackie Boor Logan Papers (1833-2011) contain articles, correspondence, copies of photographs, newspaper clippings, and other genealogical information on the Logan family. The bulk of the material begins with the shooting death of Tonopah, Nevada Sheriff Tom Logan in 1906.
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Marsh (Gary) scrapbook on Nevada history
Coll #: MS-01024
Date: 1963 – 1964
Extent: 1 oversized box (0.66 cubic feet, 1.35 linear feet)
The Gary Marsh Scrapbook on Nevada History consists of one scrapbook with newspaper clippings from the Las Vegas Review-Journal (LVRJ) and the LVRJ Sunday supplement, the Nevadan dating from 1963 to 1964. Topics include information on Nevada history, industry, natural resources, society, and culture. The scrapbook likely represents a school project completed by Marsh.
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Neely (William) letter
Coll #: MS-00114
Date: 1864 December 04
Extent: 1 folder (shared box); 0.02 cubic/linear feet
The William Neely Letter consists of one typescript letter (photocopied) transcribed from an original dated December 4, 1864 from William Neely in Virginia City, Nevada to his nephew. The letter discusses Nevada's impending statehood and the mining business and financial situation at the time.
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Nevada Banking History Collection
Coll #: MS-00257
Date: 1870-1976
Extent: 2 boxes (0.76 cubic feet, 0.75 linear feet)
The Nevada Banking History Collection (1870-1976), compiled by the First National Bank of Nevada, contains correspondence, checks, deposit slips and other documents related to early bank operations in Nevada. There are also newspaper articles, published materials and photographs relating to the history of banks in Nevada from 1870 to 1976.
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Nevada Library Directories, Statistics, and Handbook
Coll #: MS-00706
Date: 1954-1992
The Nevada Library directories and statistics date from 1954 to 1992. The Library Association Handbook is dated December 31, 1987. Records were created by the Nevada State Library and Archives and its predecessor the Nevada State Library.
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Nevada Wildlife Bulletin Collection
Coll #: MS-00729
Date: 1960-1965
Extent: 1 box (0.19 cubic feet, 0.21 linear feet)
The Nevada Wildlife Bulletin Collection contains an incomplete run of bulletins that were published monthly in Reno, Nevada by the Nevada Fish and Game Commission from 1960 to 1965. The Nevada Wildlife Bulletin covered activities of fishing and hunting throughout the state of Nevada.
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North Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce Records
Coll #: MS-00938
Date: approximately 1970-2007 (bulk 1980-1989)
Extent: 5 boxes (2.67 cubic feet, 3.25 linear feet); 28 digital files (0.00158 GB)
The North Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce Records documents the activities of the North Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce in southern Nevada from approximately 1970 to 2007. The majority of this collection is comprised of photographs and scrapbooks documenting North Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce member events. The collection also includes business guides, event invitations, and issues of the organization’s monthly newsletters, Just North and Look North.
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Patrick W. Carlton Papers on the Oral History of the Public School Principalship Project
Coll #: MS-00829
Date: 1982-2011
Extent: 13 boxes (5.36 Cubic Feet, 5.96 Linear Feet)
The collection is comprised of University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) professor, Dr. Patrick W. Carlton's, research files dating from 1982 to 2011 in the "Oral History of the Public School Principalship" Project. The papers include research files about principals in Las Vegas, Nevada and Superintendents on the Clark County School District.
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Reiter (Mary Jane Griffith) papers
Coll #: MS-00262
Date: 1919-1964
Extent: 0.22 Cubic Feet, 1.88 Linear Feet (1 box, 1 flat file)
The Mary Jane Griffith Reiter Papers date from 1919 to 1964. The papers document Nevada history and her family’s business and civic work; they contains her grandmother's will, a ledger detailing the costs and expenses for rental properties, and reports and minutes from the Colorado River Commission. It also includes a 1964 bibliography of materials on Nevada.
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Rhodine (George) Papers
Coll #: MS-00176
Date: Approximately 1969-1976
Extent: 2 boxes (2.0 cubic feet, 2.35 linear feet)
The George Rhodine Papers (1969-1976) document local and national United States Bicentennial celebrations, including Clark County, Nevada Bicentennial activities. The collection was compiled by Rhodine, who worked as detective secretary with the Denver Police Department and later served as the Landmark Hotel's Personnel Director in Las Vegas, Nevada. The collection contains news clippings, correspondence, publications and articles. The collection also includes his research files documenting juvenile delinquency, equal rights amendment issues, social issues, and community service.
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Rinker, C.A. Earle Papers
Coll #: MS-00514
Date: 1880-1960 (bulk 1905-1910)
Extent: 9 boxes, 2 oversize boxes (5.97 cubic feet, 6.61 linear feet)
The C. A. Earle Rinker Papers (1880-1960) contain materials that document the history of early twentieth century Goldfield, located in central Nevada, as well as the life of Rinker. Materials in the collection include correspondence, mining prospectuses, maps, ledgers, souvenirs, photographic negatives, and ephemera that document mining and daily life. Also included is biographical material that tells the story of Earle Rinker and his family before 1906 and after 1909, documenting his life in Indiana and Illinois.
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Sam Jones Letter
Coll #: MS-00118
Date: 1938 May 27
Extent: 1 folder (shared box) (0.01 cubic feet, 0.01 linear feet)
The Sam Jones Letter consists of a one-page letter written on Friday, May 27, 1938 by an unknown individual to Sam Jones, a miner living in Goodsprings, Nevada. The letter identifies a Harold Hawks from Chloride, Arizona, as a fellow miner interested in viewing Jones's property in Nevada.
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Sawyer (Byrd Wall) papers
Coll #: MS-00316
Date: 1893-1997 (inclusive), 1930-1970 (bulk)
Extent: 12 boxes (6.44 cubic feet, 6.51 linear feet)
Related Materials: 0256
The Byrd Wall Sawyer Collection primarily consists of Byrd's research files on Nevada from 1930 to 1970. The materials concentrate on her monograph, "Nevada Nomads," as well as her co-authored textbook, "Here is Nevada." The collection also includes speeches, journal articles, memos, research note cards and papers, correspondence, informational booklets and pamphlets, maps, photographs, audiovisual materials, and newspaper articles and clippings.
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Searchlight, Nevada City Council Meeting Minutes and Articles of Incorporation
Coll #: MS-00869
Date: 1907-1918
Extent: 1 box (0.25 cubic feet, 0.83 linear feet)
The collection is comprised of city council meeting minutes, articles of incorporation, and other materials spanning 1907 to 1918 that document the incorporation of the city of Searchlight, Nevada. Included in this collection is a bound ledger containing city council meeting minutes from January 1908 to December 1911; the Articles of Incorporation for Searchlight and the Official Act of Incorporation for Searchlight, Nevada; and correspondence and other records documenting the establishment of Searchlight as an incorporated city, establishment of a municipal election to elect public officials, and the separation of Searchlight from Lincoln County and the establishment of Clark County, which was made official in 1909 by act of the Nevada Legislature.
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Spicer, Jim and Effie Papers
Coll #: MS-00216
Date: 1979-1982
Extent: 0.25 linear feet (1 box)
The Jim and Effie Spicer Papers (1979-1982) contain two chapters from the book The History of Pahrump Valley, which talks about the Spicers, newspaper clippings, and a transcribed copy of the diary of Jim Milligan, a miner from Nye County, Nevada.
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Sprague, Charles and Benjamin Gill papers on Nevada Mining
Coll #: MS-00570
Date: 1906-1925
Extent: 4 boxes (4.08 Cubic Feet, 3.46 Linear Feet)
The Charles S. Sprague and Benjamin Gill Collection is comprised of various records from the mining companies owned and operated by businessmen Charles S. Sprague and Benjamin Gill who were active in the central Nevada boomtowns of Goldfield and Tonopah in the early decades of the twentieth century. Documents include correspondence, receipts and invoices, detailed records and copies of government legislative bills relating to the mining industry, and other business correspondence. Sprague’s collection consists of his mining business correspondence dating from 1906-1925. Gill's papers are comprised of his business correspondence 1916-1922.
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State of Nevada-Water Resources Reconnaissance Records
Coll #: MS-00699
Date: 1935-1968
Extent: 0.85 Linear Feet (2 boxes)
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.
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Syphus-Bunker Papers
Coll #: MS-00169
Date: 1891 -1994 (bulk 1891-1895)
Extent: 2 boxes (1.65 cubic feet, 1.5 linear feet)
The Syphus-Bunker Papers date from 1891 to 1994, with the majority of the collection consisting of correspondence between Mary Etta Syphus and John Mathieson Bunker from 1891 to 1895. The collection also contains correspondence from friends and relatives, and documentation related to Mary Etta Syphus' attendance at Brigham Young Academy Church Normal Training School. Other materials include family history information and two color photographs of family homes. The collection also includes typed transcripts of the correspondence.
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Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad Records
Coll #: MS-00006
Date: 1905-1977 inclusive (1930-1940 bulk)
Extent: 3 boxes (1.5 cubic feet, 1.04 linear feet)
The Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad Records (1905-1977) contain correspondence, purchase requisitions, bills of lading, freight reports, and waybills. Also included are a ledger book, a rubber stamp, and a booklet, "Diagrams of Locomotives and Tenders." Incorporated in 1904, the Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad operated for 35 years, connecting Ludlow, California with Beatty, Nevada by way of Death Valley on the Santa Fe Railroad main line. The records are concentrated on the later years of the railroad from 1930 to 1940.
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U. S. Senator George S. Nixon Correspondence with William B. Ogden
Coll #: MS-00084
Date: 1880-1921 inclusive (bulk 1907-1908)
Extent: 1 folder (shared box); 0.02 cubic/linear feet
U. S. Senator George S. Nixon Correspondence with William B. Ogden consists of correspondence from 1908 to 1921 regarding the appointment of a postmaster in Gold Mountain and Drumville, both located in Esmeralda County, Nevada. Also included is a Governor of the Territory of Arizona appointment, dated 1880 and a letter to Senator Tasker Oddie from Edwin Denby.
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Whitmore (Sidney R.) Collection
Coll #: MS-00068
Date: 1885-1970
Extent: 1 shared box, 1 flat file, 2 oversized boxes, and 6 unboxed items (9.14 cubic feet, 6.51 linear feet)
Related Materials: 0219
The Sidney R. Whitmore Collection (approximately 1885-1970) contains land deeds and other documents about Mount Diablo, Nevada; documents detailing parts of his family history; and eight framed paintings of landscapes and portraits.
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Wile, Albert E. Papers
Coll #: MS-00146
Date: 1941-1973
Extent: 0.2 linear feet, 0.23 cubic feet (1 box)
The Albert E. Wile Papers (1941-1973) contain the papers of Albert Wile, who served as a police captain in Las Vegas, Nevada in the 1940s. Wile oversaw the city jail; his papers include correspondence from and about inmates and inventories and records of the Las Vegas City Jail. It also includes personal correspondence of Wile and some newspaper clippings about law enforcement in Las Vegas and North Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Wilson (Maurine and Fred) and Park (William S.) audiovisual collection
Coll #: MS-00927
Date: 1900-1979 (bulk 1900-1939)
Extent: 2 boxes, 3 oversized boxes, 6 unboxed items (7.75 cubic feet, 8.93 linear feet)
The Maurine and Fred Wilson and Dr. William S. Park Audiovisual Collection (approximately 1900s-1970s) consist of audiovisual material created by the Wilson and Park families. The materials depict the Park homes in Las Vegas, Nevada; Park and Wilson family members; outdoor activities and vacation trips to California, Colorado, and Mexico. The collection also documents early views of the Kiel Ranch in Las Vegas, Nevada, community parades and events, and early views of Las Vegas in the 1920s.
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Wilson Family Papers
Coll #: MS-00125
Date: 1875-1918
Extent: 2 boxes (1.35 cubic feet, 1.62 linear feet)
Related Materials: 0011
The Wilson Family Papers (1875-1918) document the personal and professional lives of James B. Wilson Sr., James B. Wilson Jr., and George Twison "Tweed" Wilson, early pioneers in Southern Nevada. The collection is comprised of personal correspondence, invoices and advertisements from the Wilson family business, the Sandstone Ranch, and photographs of the extended Wilson family.
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