Photo Collections Record
James Cashman Photograph CollectionLocation:
PC 01:D, PC Negatives Box 02, PC Slides Binder 01, MC MS 01:A, RS 1.5.4
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Early Las Vegas
01 Las Vegas station with SP, LA & A1 switcher engine (0-6-0) and caboose.
02 Hauling manganese, 1st WW (Overland Hotel in background)
03 Overland Hotel (around the world Buick)
04 Close-up of around the world Buick, including J. Cashman
05 Patriotic celebrations, including Harley Harmon (probably Las Vegas)
06 Artesian well on city golf course, including Bill Pike
Later Las Vegas
Air Transportation (may not all be in Las Vegas)
09 Turning propeller
10 Bill Pike in cockpit
11 Two gentlemen by plane
12 Cashman car at plane, including Cashman, Loretta Young, Roscoe Turner
13 Bill Pike sitting in plane.
14 Vail Pittman and James Cashman, Pittman receiving shirt, banquet
15 Pittman with shirt and boots, Cashman
16 Pittman, Cashman, Jones
17 Desert Love Buggy
18 Desert Love Buggy, Cashman, Gracie Allen, George Burns
19 Death Valley Express-Pop Squires, Ed Von Tobel
20 Horseback riders
21 Pageant, 1948
22 Helldorado Committee
23 Locals at Calgary Stampede
24 Locals at Calgary Stampede
25 Dedication at Cashman Field including Cashman, Averill Harriman, Ernie Cragin, Frank Gusewelle
26 Aerial view
27 Aerial view
28 View from stands
29 View towards stands
30 Cashman Cowboys
Las Vegas Men's Groups
31 Men including Cashman, Wengert , Bracken, Ferron, Adcock, Lawson
32 Large group
33 Rotarians Banquet
34 Rotarians in front of union Pacific Stages bus
35 Rotarians Banquet
Automobile business in Las Vegas
36 1906 Cadillac
37 1906 Cadillac [?]
38 1910 Oldsmobile Limited
39 [Cashman office?]
40 Cashman Garage road sign
41 Cashman's Grand Opening, May 25, 1951
Strike against Cashman, 1952
42 "Monkey Business"
43 James Cashman and jackass picket
44 Monkey picket
45 Uncle Sam
46 Pickets, including man dressed as woman
47 Monkey business sign
49 Uncle Sam
50 Monkey business sign
52 The friendly picket post
53 Jackass picket
Auto business in Las Vegas (cont.)
57 James Cashman and Nevada Citizens Committee
58 James Cashman and unident. Man 95Shell Oil photograph
59 James Cashman and unident. man wearing Buick button, 1941
60 James Cashman and Leonard Firestone, [autographed photo by Firestone]
61 James Cashman, Firestone and Charles Traweek
62 "Advertising for Friday" group of unident. men
63 Group at GM Dealer Conference including James Cashman , and out of town dealers, 1955
64 General Motors group including Cashman
65 GM dealer conference, 1955, Cashman and other dealers
66 Unident. men outside Riviera , including James Cashman Jr., and Sr.
67 Close up of four men including James Cashman Jr. and Sr.
68 James Cashman and unident. Associates
69 Cashman Cadillac on Sahara Avenue
70 Buckhorn Ranch
71 Buckhorn Ranch
Black Canyon, Colorado River, Hoover Dam, Lake Mead
72 Black Canyon, June 10, 1927. L-R: James Cashman Sr.; James Cashman Jr.; Leah Cashman , Tona Cashman, Juanita Gusewelle, Mary Frances Gusewelle; (?), (?).
73 Colorado River Ferry in Black Canyon
74 Colorado River Ferry
75 Clasp of Colorado River Ferry
76 Ferry at slip; (dock)
77 (Row boat) in production (boat building)
78 Small boat on river
80 Fishing, County Commissioners, Boyer
81 Prayer of thanks, signing of dam bill
82 Aerial view of dam under construction
83 First official Reclamation car to cross Boulder Dam
84 Cashman Boat, autographed picture of Marian Nixon
85 Garwood boat on Lake Mead, Col. Bob Russell at helm
86 Grand Canyon Nav. Co. yacht on Lake Mead, 1935
87 Yacht on Lake Mead
88 Same yacht on lake (may be famous stunt photo where fish are from Pacific Ocean)
89 Fishing behind Hoover Dam
90 Governor's Mansion before 1968 remodeling (postcard)
91 Techatticup Mine
92 Goodsprings Hotel, Jean Fayle seated in auto
Harris Springs, Mt. Charleston (C.V.T) Gilbert Ranch)
93 Group in front of cabin, C.V.T Gilbert Ranch
94 Same, including James Cashman and Mrs. MacNamee
Kingston Canyon (see also albums)
95 Deer Hunting, hunters on horseback, 1936
96 Pheasant ?, including James Cashman , Vail and Key Pittman
97 View of Searchlight (tents and cabins)
98 Another view, burros in foreground
99 Telephone Office, Christmas, 1916
100 Street scene, celebration , Palace Bar
101 Clasp of scene, celebration , Palace Bar
102 Dr. Charles A. Jepson's Drug Store and office, ca. 1906
103 Loaded trucks
104 Cashman-owned truck outside the XX Bar, may be Cashman in photo, 1916
105 Original business, Cashman, 1910
106 Quartette Mill
107 Small mill, two Anglos and Chinese named Sam yet
108 Baseball Club, identified individuals include Orrin Smith, Sheriff
109 Baseball game
110 The Wellington [saloon], Burdick & Thurman, owners
111 Saloon [unident.], probably Searchlight
112 Men in touring car including Cashman, Lloyd Walbrecht, Geo. Clark
113 First election in Searchlight, ca. 1907, thirteen individuals most i.d.'d
114 Hunting party, unidentified, old car
115 L.Cashman's Saloon, 1916
Unidentified location (probably Searchlight or Vegas)
116 Truck and trailer hauling equipment
117 Car and unidentified driver outside
118 Shovel digging foundation
119 Baseball team outside East Side Bar
120 Mr. & Mrs. James Cashman
121 James Cashman-prepared for Helldorado Celebration
122 James Cashman
123 James Cashman
124 James Cashman, Sr.
125 James Cashman and man; Cashman on right
126 Cooper-winner of Santa Monica Road Race, Aug. 9, 1913
127 Mr. & Mrs. Charles Barker, parents of Leah Cashman (James Cashman Sr.'s wife). (1922).
128 Six Companies, LV businessmen , Boulder City (dup. In Cragin Coll.) (OVERSIZE)
Las Vegas (all OVERSIZE)
129 Aerial view, downtown Las Vegas, looking north, ca. 1925
130 Aerial view, downtown Las Vegas, looking west, ca. 1925
131 Aerial view, Cashman Field and Las Vegas Fort, ca. 1960
132 Aerial view, Cashman Field and Las Vegas Fort, ca. 1960 (similar view)
Colorado River (all OVERSIZE)
133 View of river and rock formations (L.J. Manis, photographer?)
134 View of river and rock formations (L.J. Manis, photographer?)
135 View of river and rock formations (L.J. Manis, photographer?)
136 View of river and rock formations (L.J. Manis, photographer?)
137 Cars and people at unidentified location, appears to be picnicking place, brush covered shelter.
138 BPOE Elks Board of Trustees, including Lewis E. Rowe, Fred Bartlett, Jim Cashman
139 Dedication of Elks Lodge, Las Vegas, including Jim and Mary Cashman, Tona Cashman Siefert
140 Early view of Fremont Street and Overland Hotel (OVERSIZE) (Glass plate negative only-no print)
1.1 The buckskin hunt of October 4, 1936, at the head of Kingston Canyon on the Nevada National Forest. Eight hunters went out at 4:30 a.m. and came back with eight buckskins. Left to right are:
James E. Gurr Salt Lake City, Utah
George C. Larson Ely, Nevada
Roscoe Thomas Las Vegas, Nevada
C.J. Olsen Ogden, Utah
James Cashman Las Vegas, Nevada
Vail Pittman Ely, Nevada
Ivan L. Dyreng Austin, Nevada
Bill Williams Austin, Nevada
2.1 Same as above
3.1 Eight buckskins killed October 4, 1936 by annual hunting party. The bucks weighed an average of about 155 pounds. The largest weighed 192 pounds, and the smallest weighed approximately 100 pounds. All deer were killed on the opening day of the season in Lander County, Kingston Canyon, Nevada National Forest, Nev.
4.1 The rifles used in the killing , together with the deer.
5.1 Another view of the deer.
6.1 Kingston Ranger Station, the headquarters of the October, 1936 hunting party.
1.1 Members of the party: Key Pittman , Vail Pittman, Jim Cashman, Claude Mackay, George Larson, Gill Williams, Don Gondolfa, Charlie Dunwoody, and Chet Olsen.
2.1 Senator Key Pittman of Nevada, an ardent sportsman and a lover of the great outdoors. Key bagged his limit on the second day of the season.
3.1 Claude Mckay of Las Vegas, with a satisfied smile after bagging his buck.
4.1 Jim Cashman, Key Pittman and Vail Pittman, quenching their thirst with a "shot of something", while Claude Mackay judges the champion.
5.1 After lunch Don Gondolfa snaps a picture of Jim Cashman, Vail Pittman, Charlie Dunwoody, Key Pittman, Claude Mackay, Chet on the second day. Some difficulty was experienced in waking Jim Cashman up long enough to get a picture.
6.1 Eight buckskin killed by the 1937 hunting party, strung up the second day of the hunt. Kingston Canyon, Nevada National Forest, Nevada.
7.1 Another view of the deer.
8.1 Kingston Ranger Station, Nevada National Forest, the headquarters of the 1937 hunting party.
9.1 Before the party separated, Chet Olsen snapped a picture of, left to right, Jim Cashman, Vail Pittman, Charlie Dunwoody, Don Gondolfa, Key Pittman, Claude Mackay, George Larson, Bill Williams.
10.1 A few 'truths' about members of the party:
Key Pittman-Likes water better than whiskey-sometimes. Climbs to the top of Pike's Peak but finally gets in position.
George Larson-Ardent juggler of bottles and cans- Drinks coffee four times an hour when he can get it- takes pills- no wonder he can't see any deer.
Vail Pittman (Deadshot Vail) -Never misses. Outshoots Jim Cashman, wins all his money. Nevertheless Jim never gets discouraged.
Jim Cashman-Fires many shots, hits sometimes, sometimes he doesn't. Carries a sock, lost his shot gun, hopes to get it back. Drinks sauerkraut juice when there is nothing else.
Charlie Dunwoody (Deerslayer Dunwoody)-Hits them every time, sometimes. As poker player he is a damn good singer. Carries a big flashlight for self-protection.
Bill Williams-Tells hair raising stories- most of which are supposed to be true. Anyway he is a damn good wrangler and a genuine fellow.
Don Gondolfa -Says he won't shoot them unless they are big ones and then misses the big ones. Hopes to get a deer if the season lasts long enough. The size comes down every day.
Claude Mackay- (Multishot Deerslayer)-Always busy. Disgusted at Jim's pop-shooter.
Chet Olsen- Goes up to run them down to key and then shoots them between the lines. Does lots of shooting but little damage. Recommends peach shampoos to Jim Cashman. Suggests whiskey for Key instead of water.
1.1 Looking South down Kingston Canyon from top of Bald mountain. Kingston Ranger Station can be seen in the canyon bottom.
1.2 Looking at Bunkerhill from the top of Bald Mountain.
2.1 Jim and Shorty ready for the hunt.
2.2 Chet, on old Sorrel, not so nimble but hell for stout.
3.1 McQueen [?] scans the adjoining country for game.
3.2 And find it in the shadow of Bald Mountain
4.1 Here is the result of a might hunters cool nerve and keen eye. If we only had rifles that could shoot further, straighter, and sometimes over the mountain.
4.2 After the second day, Jim takes his meals sitting lightly (and he had lots of company). The cook gives him two hands and a boost.
5.1 Hal says it must be your imagination
5.2 Jim and Hal have two where they won't get away.
6.1 Charley Dory builds a trailer and assembles a deer conveyor.
6.2 Charley Dory with a load of live weight.
7.1 Part of the optimistic group ready to leave.
7.2 Nine good ones already bagged.
8.1 Don, Jay, Charley, and Jep. Look at that smile.
8.2 Hal, Chet and Jim seem to be pretty well satisfied.
9.1 "Jep" with the help of "Irene" get a 4 pointer.
9.2 "Hal" , "Jim" and "Chet" standing and "Jay" sitting scan the country for buckskin.
10.1 All that were left when the hunt was over.
10.2 Supper after the day is done-and boy that cook sure put out some food.
11.1 A little hand of penny anti after supper and before bed time. View of river and rock formations (L.J. Manis, photographer?)