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    • Leonard Lowry

    • Veterans Administration Hospital (Reno, Nev.); Lawyers -- Nevada -- Biography
    • The culture and lifestyle of the American Indian have undergone tremendous change since the appearance of the first Euro-American settlers. Leonard Lowry's oral history chronicles some of these changes, from the generation of his great-grandfathers...
    • 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...
    • Juniper Hall, 1965

    • 376B Juniper Hall (1962);
    • Juniper Hall is viewed from the north (photographic print, 5 x 6 inches). Juniper Hall, adjunct to Manzanita Hall, was finished in 1962. Originally a women-only dormitory, today the facility is co-ed and is home to 140 students and the...
    • Juniper Hall, ca. 1967

    • 376B Juniper Hall (1962)
    • Students walk near the entrance to Juniper Hall (photographic print, 5 x 7 inches). Juniper Hall, adjunct to Manzanita Hall, was finished in 1962. Originally a women-only dormitory, today the facility is co-ed and is home to 140 students and the...
    • Manzanita Lake, Manzanita Hall, Juniper Hall, and Nye Hall, ca. 1998

    • 376D Manzanita Hall (1896) / formerly known as The Cottage (1896-1903); 376B Juniper Hall (1962); 376E Nye Hall (1967); 414 Manzanita Lake;
    • Manzanita Hall, Juniper Hall, and Nye Hall are all reflected in Manzanita Lake with a tree in bloom reaching out in the foreground. Manzanita Lake was made by damming up the irrigation "Orr Ditch" that still runs through parts of the university...
    • Edward L. Pine: Highlights of My Life

    • University of Nevada, Reno -- History; Isbell Construction Company
    • Edward L. Pine was born in 1914, and he is a member of pioneer Nevada mining and business families. He lived as a child in Nevada mining camps of Rawhide, Rochester, and Broken Hills, and later in Hawthorne and Reno. For a time, he was a resident...
    • University of Nevada, Reno, Oral History, 1973-74

    • Albright, Laurie; Barmettler, Edmund R; Barnes, Roberta; Basta, Samuel M; Bradford, John; Burnside, Alan; Carpenter, Kenneth J; Caudle, Sheila; Cotton, George; Crowley, Joseph N., 1933-; Davis, Emerson S; Del Papa, Frankie Sue, 1949-; Dickstein,...
    • Twelve university leaders were interviewed in the fourth volume of this joint project conducted by the Oral History Program and University Archives. Those interviewed were: Larry D. Struve, president, Alumni Association; Professor Gerald W....
    • 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...
    • The Free Life of a Ranger: A Forest Service Memoir

    • Murchie, Archie, 1908-; United States. Forest Service -- Officials and employees; Forest rangers -- West (U.S.) -- Biography; Forest reserves -- West (U.S.) -- History
    • Archie Murchie’s action-packed career in the U.S. Forest Service began in 1929, when rangers routinely spent much of their time in the saddle, and ended in 1965 as they were becoming increasingly desk bound. The Free Life of a Ranger is Murchie’s...
    • Manzanita Bowl, Manzanita Hall, and Dining Hall, 1928

    • 376D Manzanita Hall (1896) / formerly known as The Cottage (1896-1903); 321X Dining Hall (1905-1914, 1919-1959) / University Commons (1914-1919) / Infirmary (1959-1961); 412 Manzanita Bowl;
    • This view shows a sprinkler in the current day Manzanita Bowl with Manzanita Hall and the Dining Hall in the background. Manzanita Hall, originally known as "The Cottage," was built in 1896 in an L-shape half the size it is today. In 1910 an...
    • Winter on campus, residence halls,  2005

    • 376D Manzanita Hall (1896) / formerly known as The Cottage (1896-1903); 376B Juniper Hall (1962); 376H Argenta Hall (2000);
    • Snow covers Manzanita, Juniper, and Argenta Halls along with the Peavine Hills in the background.
    • Dining Hall construction and Manzanita Lake, ca. 1905

    • 321X Dining Hall (1905-1914, 1919-1959) / University Commons (1914-1919) / Infirmary (1959-1961); 414 Manzanita Lake;
    • This 1905 photograph shows the Dining Hall under construction with Manzanita Lake in the foreground (photographic print, 3.5 x 5 inches). The Dining Hall was built in 1905 in the space where Juniper Hall stands today. In 1960 it was made into the...
    • Dining Hall, 1908

    • 321X Dining Hall (1905-1914, 1919-1959) / University Commons (1914-1919) / Infirmary (1959-1961);
    • The caption on the image reads, "University Dining Hall" (Halftone print, 5 x 7 inches). The Dining Hall was built in 1905 in the space where Juniper Hall stands today. In 1960 it was made into the Campus Infirmary but was torn down shortly after...
    • Dining Hall, ca. 1919-1959

    • 321X Dining Hall (1905-1914, 1919-1959) / University Commons (1914-1919) / Infirmary (1959-1961);
    • This interior view shows tables, chairs, and eating wear in the Dining Hall (photographic print, 8 x 10 inches). The Dining Hall was built in 1905 in the space where Juniper Hall stands today. In 1960 it was made into the Campus Infirmary but was...
    • Dining Hall and Manzanita Lake, 1920

    • 321X Dining Hall (1905-1914, 1919-1959) / University Commons (1914-1919) / Infirmary (1959-1961); 414 Manzanita Lake;
    • This view shows the Dining Hall from behind Manzanita Lake. The caption on the image reads, "North end of lake" (photographic print, 5 x 7 inches). The Dining Hall was built in 1905 in the space where Juniper Hall stands today. In 1960 it was...
    • Aerial view of south campus, 2010

    • 364 Morrill Hall (1886); 314 Clark Administration Building (1962, built 1926) / formerly the Alice McManus Clark Library (1926; 328 Frandsen Humanities / formerly the Agriculture Building (built 1918); 376C Lincoln Hall (1896); 338 Jot Travis...
    • This aerial view shows the southern portion of campus. Morrill Hall, Clark Administration Building, Frandsen Humanities, Lincoln Hall, Jot Travis Building, Manzanita Hall, Juniper Hall, Nye Hall, Argenta Hall, and Canada Hall are all visible in...

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