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Sources: U.S. Runs Gambling House in Nevada

Carson City Daily Appeal (Nev.), “The Casino Reopens,” Dec. 15, 1913.

Carson City Daily Appeal (Nev.), “The Johnson Case,” Feb. 9, 1914.

Carson City Daily Appeal (Nev.), “Will Soon Settle Johnson Case,” Nov. 7, 1914.

Carson City Daily Appeal (Nev.), “Johnson Case is Drawing to Close,” Aug. 9, 1915.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Ties Up Reno Estate,” Aug. 12, 1913.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Objects to a Receiver,” Sept. 25, 1913.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Huge Sum is Tied Up By Unique Suit,” Aug. 11, 1913.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “To Probe Johnson Estate,” June 13, 1914.

The Goldfield News and Weekly Tribune (Nev.), “Death of Pioneer,” April 4, 1914.

The International Socialist Review, “News and Views,” vol. 14, no. 6, December 1913, p. 377.

The Tonopah Daily Bonanza (Nev.), “Receiver Named by U.S. Court for Big Casino,” Aug. 21, 1913.

The Tonopah Daily Bonanza (Nev.), “Was Uncle Sam a White Slaver?” June 10,