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    • Edward S. Parsons: Charrette! The Life of an Architect

    • Architects -- Nevada -- Biography; Historic buildings -- Nevada -- Conservation and restoration
    • Edward Shier Parsons was born in Tonopah, Nevada, in 1907. He attended schools in Salt Lake City and Reno. Interested in an architectural career from a very early age, Parsons studied his profession at the University of Southern California and...
    • Andrew D. Crofut: Diamond Valley Dust

    • Nevada -- Biography; Diamond Basin (Nev.)
    • Andrew D. Crofut is a Nevadan in the true sense. What does this mean? Crofut was born in 1889 and grew up on a ranch in Diamond Valley at the juncture of Eureka and Elko counties. The ranch provides the focus for a major portion of this memoir. The...
    • Warren d'Azevedo: By Dead Reckoning

    • Anthropologists -- Nevada -- Biography; Washoe Indians -- Great Basin
    • On the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the Great Basin Anthropological Conference in Reno, Brian Wallace, Chairman of the Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California, proclaimed October 15, 2005 officially "Warren d'Azevedo Day" in recognition of...
    • Keston L. Ramsey: Early Skiing in the Mt. Rose Area

    • Skis and skiing -- Nevada -- Reno Region -- History; Sky Tavern Ski Area (Nev.); Mount Rose Ski Bowl (Nev.)
    • Keston Ramsey was born in 1908. He has lived most of his life in the Reno area. Mr. Ramsey was active in the ski industry from 1945 until 1964; during those years he constructed and ran the Sky Tavern Lodge at the Mt. Rose Ski Bowl, which he...
    • Clarence K. Jones: From Paperboy to Philanthropist

    • University of Nevada, Reno -- Benefactors; Reno evening gazette; Nevada state journal; Journalists -- Nevada -- Reno -- Biography; Reno (Nev.) -- Biography
    • As student, alumnus and benefactor, Clarence K. Jones has participated in the evolution of the University of Nevada from a small, rustic college into the respected state university that it is today. He was a freshman in the fall of 1927, received...
    • E.M. “Al” Gunderson

    • Nevada. Supreme Court -- Biography; Lawyers -- Nevada -- Biography;
    • Elmer Millard “Al” Gunderson was born August 9, 1929 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His oral history skips around in time and place as he bounced from high school to high school, finally obtaining a GED; starting and stopping college; serving in...


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    • Astylistic. Two story, gambrel roof residence with shed roof front porch, clapboard siding, 6-over-6 double hung windows. Shed roof dormers projecting from roof. Central chimney.
    • John W. Hall residence

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    • Contemporary. Drawings dated May 1920 are for a two story, gable roof, stone and stucco clad structure. Drawings dated September 1920 are of a one story, gable roof, stone clad structure, with a small second story level bedroom. Horizontal bands...
    • Jean Ford: A Nevada Woman Leads the Way

    • Nevada Women's History Project; Women -- Political activity -- Nevada; Women -- West (U.S.); Women -- Nevada -- Biography
    • Jean Ford was born in 1929 into an era of major transformations for women in the United States. During her lifetime doors were opening for a few bold and talented women whose actions changed the roles women would play in our country. Jean's life...
    • Andrew Ginocchio: The Ascent of Reno Iron Works

    • Reno Iron Works; Industries -- Nevada -- Reno -- History
    • Andrew Ginocchio was born in the northern Italian community of Comuneglia di Ligure on June 29, 1893. His father, Giovanni Ginocchio, traveled to the United States in 1864 at the age of eighteen, and found work in San Francisco with the Central...
    • Women, Children and Family Life in the Nevada Interior, 1900-1930s

    • Women -- Nevada -- Biography; Nevada -- Biography; Nevada -- Social life and customs
    • Although discovery of the Comstock Lode and the subsequent development of Virginia City gave early impetus to Nevada's economy, by 1878 the Comstock was in decline. Nevada entered a twenty-year period of economic depression, from which it emerged...
    • Procter R. Hug, Jr.

    • Judges -- Nevada -- Biography;
    • Procter Ralph Hug Jr., Senior U.S. Circuit Judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, was born March 11, 1931, in Reno, Nevada. He has made a lasting mark on Nevada’s institutional, legal, and judicial history. His memory of early...


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    • Colonial revival. Two story; hip roof structure with plaster exterior; wide belt course separates first and second story; projecting molded cornice with Greek key motif frieze, main door with molded panels framed by pilasters and topped with...


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    • Period revival, Mediterranean. Small one story; stucco structure with red tile gable roof, and gable tile roof extending over gas pump/parking area. Brick detailing including 2' base of building, corner quoins, chimney, semi-circular arch door...


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    • Colonial revival influence. Two and 1/2 story asymmetrical with several different elevations; hip and gable roof; brick clad residence; with one story wings attached to both sides. Panel front door framed by sidelights and topped with fanlight. ...


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    • Astylistic. One story; concrete block exterior; hipped, asbestos shingled roof, hipped roof front porch supported by posts; double doors with transom; hipped roof dormers with vents; casement windows.

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