Manuscripts by Subjects
Total manuscripts: 4
Kane Springs Ranch Collection
1.42 linear feet (1 document box, and 1 record storage carton)
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Collection is comprised of records from the Kane Springs Ranch in Meadow Valley Wash, and those of Mrs. Joan Stuart, its last owner . The ranch was originally known as the Kane Springs Ranch, then the Huntsman Ranch after the Huntsman family who owned it, then the Stuart ranch when the ranch was purchased by Bradley Stuart. Bradleyís son, Robert was Joan Stuartís husband.
The ranch had a large orchard and small mining operations. It was located on the wagon road between the Muddy River Mormon settlements and Pioche, now the Union Pacific railroad tracks. Records include history of the Huntsman family, acquisition of right of way by the railroad, water rights, mining, and acquisition of the ranch by the BLM. There is a 5-year restriction on the documents relating to the sale and sale price of the ranch.
Smith, Arlene Mathews
1906 - 1965
6 folders (containing 33 items)
1:1:1 and Roller Shelf 1:5.7
Collection consists primarily of material pertaining to Panaca area in Nevada and 4-H activity. Includes 4-H Boys and Girls Club work instructions and record, which consists primarily of U.S.D.A. Farmers Bulletins. Contains two copies of the "Lincoln Lantern" dated 1927. INVENTORY AVAILABLE
5 folders (containing 42 items )
Collection consists of land patents, quit claim deeds, shareholder's records, family records, and
photographs pertaining to southern Nevada history. Includes information about Moapa Fruit
Land Company; A New Compendia of Geography by John Smith; History of George Burton Whitney and wife Lovina Syphus, and her parents Luke Syphus and Christiana Long, photographs of the Colorado River, Utah, and Nevada; descriptions of St. Thomas, Nevada and St. George, Utah. INVENTORY AVAILABLE
5 record storage boxes and 1doc box
2:10:3 - 2:10:5
Collection consists of the reports of Southern Nevada Agricultural Extension Agent (County
Agent), J.H. Wittwer dating from 1919-1948. The reports contain photographs and information on subjects such as the dairy industry, soil conditions, vegetable production, and flood control in southern Nevada. The reports also detail much of the 4-H activity in the area during this time.
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