Box Shared MSS 89
Contains 16 Results:
Tongue-in-cheek poem on the allocation and use (or misuse) of water in California.
Included are informational brochures, newsletters, and steering committee report. Additional records to be added as received.
Proposed guidelines for the Lake Tahoe Basin on general policies for land use and planning, management of Federal lands, grants for planning and construction regulation, and law enforcement.
Report co-authored with Tyr V. Johnson as part of an economic survey of Lincoln County, Nevada covers the topics of water supply, soils, farming activity, size of farms and net worth, farm business earnings in 1935, family living costs, crop yields, labor supply, and possibilities of establishing a creamery or alfalfa mill in the Pahranagat Valley.
Report on the history of mental health care in Nevada, 1860-1882, includes chapters on early Territorial and state laws, the story of Mrs. Mary Ramshurt and her care in 1866, attitude of the press toward insanity, the role of private facilities and Stockton State Hospital (California) in caring for Nevada's mentally ill, the creation of the Nevada State Hospital in 1882, and names of patients treated by St. Louisa's Hospital in Virginia City, Nevada, from 1876-1897.
Reminiscences of Gemmill's mining career and farming in southern California, ca. 1899-1910.
Report on the effect of the growth of military activities in Nevada on economic and social forces in agriculture and mitigating steps to cushion adverse effects. Discussions cover major direct and indirect defense activities in Nevada, previous conclusions on land use, physical and population trends, major commodity trends, labor, and credit.
Report on progress and status of the planning organization and its work, progress in attaining coordinated action, and contributions of cooperative land-use planning to agriculture and related programs.
Regional planning report describing the existing community in terms of people, economy, transportation, and community services; anticipating the future community; and setting forth guidelines for implementation of the general plan. This copy annotated either as a draft or to note reader's response.
Planning document to recommend creation of districts in Nevada to strengthen existing units of local government and assist in their functions. Discussion includes socio-economic factors and political and historical ties of each proposed district.