Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Claude Dukes Collection of Federal Water Master's Office Records
Collection contains papers from the Federal Water Master's Office, Reno, Nevada, 1926-1982. Included are office operational records, correspondence; also water data, reports, maps and printed material relating to water in the Truckee and Carson River Basins, Nevada and California.
Earth Science Consultants Associated Soil Reports
Earth Science Consultants Associated (ESCA) is a geotechnical engineering firm that conducts soil analyses for development sites across northern Nevada and California. The colleciton contains several thousand soil analysis reports for developments in northern Nevada and California. These reports contain maps, survey data, ASTM test results, bore hole logs, hand-drawn sketches, and soil analysis of the sites under investigation.
Reno Railroad Corridor Collection
The Reno Railroad Corridor studies were preliminary reports of the ReTRAC project that ultimately lowered the railroad tracks for 2.5 miles through downtown Reno. The collection contains four reports and ReTRAC presentation slides collected by Paul Starrs while working on the project.
David K. Rice Papers
David K. Rice worked for the Nevada Department of Wildlife for 30 years primarily as Chief Conservation Educator. He is also the author of a former weekly column for the Reno Gazette Journal on hunting and fishing. Collection contains material from the Nevada Department of Wildlife (and formerly the Nevada Fish and Game Commission) about the department's conservation work, particularly at Pyramid Lake. Also includes columns written by Rice for the RGJ.
James H. Trexler, Jr. and Patricia H. Cashman Papers
James H. Trexler and Patricia H. Cashman were Geology professors in University of Nevada, Reno Department of Geological Sciences. The collection contains unpublished and final reports, field notebooks, maps, measured sections, well logs, core sample information, and other research materials related to Nevada compiled by Trexler and Cashman on their geological work at the Nevada Test Site (now the Nevada National Security Site) and Yucca Mountain.
U. S. Bureau of Land Management Cultural Resource Reports for Nevada
Cultural resource reports collected by the Bureau of Land Management in the state of Nevada. The collection contains surveys, inventories, and reports on development and exploration of public lands primarily from the 1970s and early 1980s.
William Wallace White Papers
Wiliam Wallace White was a sanitary engineer for the Nevada Division of Public Health Engineering and Director of the Nevada State Department of Health and Welfare. The collection contains minutes of the Truckee River Pure Water Fund (1904); reports on Truckee River pollution (1918), the Reno-Sparks sewer system (1927), and water supplies for Nevada highways and railroads (1927); and correspondence to and from White regarding the latter report and water purification.