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* Appendix to Journals of Senate and Assembly ..., Volume 27, Part 1 [http://books.google.com/books?id=oMtKAAAAMAAJ&lpg=RA11-PA20&ots=veOKNG-pzy&dq=%22Gerlach%20Land%20and%20Livestock%20company%22&pg=RA11-PA20#v=onepage&q=%22Gerlach%20Land%20and%20Livestock%20company%22&f=false Report of the State Board of Agriculture, Pavilion Premium Awards],"  "The Gerlach Land and Livestock Company" won $1 for third place in Peaches.
* Appendix to Journals of Senate and Assembly ..., Volume 27, Part 1 [http://books.google.com/books?id=oMtKAAAAMAAJ&lpg=RA11-PA20&ots=veOKNG-pzy&dq=%22Gerlach%20Land%20and%20Livestock%20company%22&pg=RA11-PA20#v=onepage&q=%22Gerlach%20Land%20and%20Livestock%20company%22&f=false Report of the State Board of Agriculture, Pavilion Premium Awards],"  "The Gerlach Land and Livestock Company" won $1 for third place in Peaches.
* Clarence. J. Thornton, "[http://contentdm.library.unr.edu/u?/unohp,1205 Ch. 3: Ranch Life in Northern Nevada and Eastern California]," University of Nevada Oral History Project.  Thornton uses both terms.
* Clarence. J. Thornton, "[http://contentdm.library.unr.edu/u?/unohp,1205 Ch. 3: Ranch Life in Northern Nevada and Eastern California]," University of Nevada Oral History Project.  Thornton uses both terms.
* "Million Acre Sale is fixed in Nevada," p. 33, October 25, 1952, New York Times.  Lawrence Holland sold David Nemeroff, Arnold Maremont and David E. Bright.  Discussion of the cattle and sheep wars and how Gerlach went into the sheep business.  Holland bought the ranch from Gerlach's successors.

Revision as of 18:27, 9 March 2013

The name of the Gerlach Land and Livestock Company is also reported as the "Gerlach Land and Cattle Company."

Thornton states that after the death of Louis Gerlach, "the Gerlach Land and Livestock was broken up and sold to a man by the name of Ed Waltz." See Gerlach and Waltz Ranch.

References

  • Helen S. Carson, "Nevada Place Names," p. 119. "Gerlach Land and Cattle Company"
  • Peter Goin, "Black Rock," p. 90 Soldier Meadows "was liquidated in the 1920's and sold off as a core of the Gerlach Land and Livestock Company, owned by Louis Gerlach and later by Ralph Parman.
  • Sessions Wheeler, "The Black Rock Desert," p. 157 The Gerlach Land and Livestock Company was the second largest outfit after Miller and Lux. p. 159: Fred Gerlach ran the company and in the 1940's the property was sold.
  • Appendix to Journals of Senate and Assembly ..., Volume 27, Part 1 Report of the State Board of Agriculture, Pavilion Premium Awards," "The Gerlach Land and Livestock Company" won $1 for third place in Peaches.
  • Clarence. J. Thornton, "Ch. 3: Ranch Life in Northern Nevada and Eastern California," University of Nevada Oral History Project. Thornton uses both terms.
  • "Million Acre Sale is fixed in Nevada," p. 33, October 25, 1952, New York Times. Lawrence Holland sold David Nemeroff, Arnold Maremont and David E. Bright. Discussion of the cattle and sheep wars and how Gerlach went into the sheep business. Holland bought the ranch from Gerlach's successors.