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Group of people, primarily children posing near the swimming pool at Ladd's Resort, the Las Vegas Ranch.

Water tank in the desert. Sign on windmill reads: Fairbanks-Morse Steel Eclipse.

Aerial view of downtown Las Vegas looking east toward Frenchman Mountains. The following buildings are visible in the photograph: Lucky Casino, Horseshoe Casino, Fremont Hotel and Casino, Four Queens Casino, Golden Nugget, El Cortez Hotel, First...

The waters of Lake Mead lapping at the base of the restorations of the Lost City.
Aerial view of the path of the flood down Eldorado Canyon to Nelson's Landing.
Man standing next to an artesian well with the Sheep Mountains in the background. Top right corner of photo had been torn off; photo restored by Annie Sattler.

Arabell Hafner sitting on the remains of the St. Thomas School.
Pithouse in the Lost City restorations undermined by rising Lake Mead water.
A Union Pacific tour-bus in a pullout overlooking Hemenway Wash off Highway 93.

Floyd Francis (center), Jake Beckley (right), and unidentified man in the "Old Swimming Hole" on the Von Tobel and Beckley property

Looking east across the Las Vegas Valley from Whitney Mesa towards Lake Mead.
View of Fortification Hill from Hemenway Wash across the Colorado River

Aerial view of St. Thomas, Nevada, being covered by Lake Mead. Stamped on back of photo: Photograph by Bureau of Reclamation, Boulder Canyon Project, Boulder City, Nevada
Arivada Ferry, owned by Jim Cashman and operated by Pop Emery. Its primary purpose was to provide a way for Arizonans to get to Nevada where prohibition was not as strictly enforced.

Two women pretending to fish off a foundation of a house in St. Thomas.

Looking northeast from the bench over the Old Mormon Fort across the Las Vegas Valley.

The Union Pacific Railroad sends a wrecking crew into the St. Thomas area to reclaim several miles of branch line.

Meadow to the north of the house on the Las Vegas Ranch.

Aerial view of Las Vegas Strip, 1952, from the Flamingo Hotel looking north. Downtown Las Vegas can be seen in the distance.
Six men, five identified and one unidentified standing near a flowing artesian well with a drilling rig nearby on the Taylor Ranch.

Panorama of Fort Callville on the Colorado River. Anson Call was a Mormon pioneer and settler of many communities in the Utah Territory and surrounding states.

Murl Emery work dock, 1935, with Lake Mead rising
Looking north across the Las Vegas Valley from Whitney Mesa towards the Sheep Mountains.

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