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    • Dance Performance, Square Dances in Genoa, 1948

    • Academics; Student Life;
    • People square dance with a replica of a barn in the background. Much of Genoa, including the original fort, station, and hotel, were destroyed in a fire in 1910. This replica of the fort in the background was built by the state of Nevada in 1947.
    • Dance Performance, Square Dances in Genoa, 1948

    • Academics; Student Life;
    • People square dance with a replica of a barn in the background. Much of Genoa, including the original fort, station, and hotel, were destroyed in a fire in 1910. This replica of the fort in the background was built by the state of Nevada in 1947.
    • Fremont Cannon, Mackay Stadium, 1979

    • Around Campus; Traditions, Ceremonies, and Events;
    • This view shows the Fremont Cannon with students in period uniforms covering their ears as it is shot. The caption on the image reads, "This cannon is sound[ed] every time the Wolf Pack scores." Kennecott Copper donated the Fremont Cannon in 1970...
    • Noble H.  Getchell Library, Ghiberti Gates, ca. 1965

    • Around Campus;
    • Judy Fey, a senior in secondary education biology who worked as a student assistant in the Center for Basque Studies in the Getchell Library, stands between the replica of Ghiberti doors. The Noble H. Getchell Library was completed in 1961 and...
    • Aggies' Club Horse Show, May 1955

    • Academics; Around Campus; Student Life;
    • The University of Nevada Aggies' Horse Show shows the Executive Committee standing indoors with a full-sized replica of a horse. The following members are photographed here: B. McDonald, G. Munk, Neil West, R. Ferrard, R. Mansfield, Bob Genasci,...
    • Fremont Cannon, Mackay Stadium, 1978

    • Around Campus; Student Life; Traditions, Ceremonies, and Events;
    • The Fremont Cannon is fired during a Nevada football game against University of California, Davis. Kennecott Copper donated the Fremont Cannon in 1970 as a replica of a howitzer cannon used by John C. Fremont’s 1843 Nevada expedition. The winner...
    • Fremont Cannon, 2010

    • Around Campus;
    • The Fremont Cannon is the largest "rival trophy" in America. Kennecott Copper donated the Fremont Cannon in 1970 as a replica of a howitzer cannon used by John C. Fremont’s 1843 Nevada expedition. The winner of the “Battle for Nevada” football...
    • Cable car shuttle, Crystal Bay, Nevada

    • Vehicles -- Tahoe, Lake, Region (Calif. and Nev.)
    • Caption on image: This cable car is an exact replica of the world famous San Francisco cable cars and furnishes shuttle service between two great combined resort hotels Cal-Neva Lodge and Cal-Neva Biltmore, Crystal Bay, Lake Tahoe, Nevada. View of...
    • James W. Calhoun and the Nevada State Museum

    • Nevada State Museum
    • James W. Calhoun was born in Philipsburg, Montana, in 1903. His oral history outlines the development of the Nevada State Museum, of which he was director from 1950 to 1973. The museum was founded in 1939, when the Nevada legislature passed a bill...

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