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Mason Valley (Nev.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Max C. Fleischmann College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station Records

 Collection
Identifier: AC 0239
Abstract This collections contains records of the Agricultural Experiment Station and agricultural issues. The majority of the collection is Experiment Station material. Included are annual reports, 1925-1949, and discontinued projects, 1953 - 1966. These records document the progress and results of various projects, the results of the research, and publication.

Dalzell Family Records

 Collection
Identifier: NC765
Abstract History of the Dalzell family in Ireland, Pennsylvania, California, Oregon, and the Mason Valley of Nevada.,Also included is an account of the escape of twenty-nine convicts from the Nevada State Penitentiary (1871), and photos.

A Guide to the Deeds and Promissory Notes

 Collection
Identifier: NC844
Abstract Deeds and promissory notes for ditches purchased by Gallager and for money owed him.,Parties involved included Thomas Keene, Allen Snider, Henry Mather, and T.M. TenEyck.

Fred Dressler Records

 Collection
Identifier: 98-31
Abstract Includes legal materials, correspondence, property records, account ledgers, minutes, bylaws, financial documents, reports and stock certificates for businesses owned or managed by Dressler.

Gallagher Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 91-05
Abstract Included are copies of newspaper articles and probate records for the Gallagher brothers. There are also plat maps of J. B.'s property in Lyon County Drainage District no. 1.

Patrick Gallagher Papers

 Collection
Identifier: NC718
Abstract This small collection includes letters and receipts of Patrick Gallagher.

Ollie M. Walters Journal

 Collection
Identifier: 94-16
Abstract Diary of Ollie M. Walters recounts everyday activities of Ollie, her husband Jim, daughters Flora and Amy, and sons Jack and Clarence; and events in nearby communities and other parts of the U.S.