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UNR's First Flagstaff
UNR's First Flagstaff
Photo TitleUNR's First Flagstaff
Building Name314 Clark Administration Building (1962, built 1926) / formerly the Alice McManus Clark Library (1926-1962)
IdentifierUNRA-P3600-00461
Image Date07/14/2010
Searchable Date2010
PhotographerDanna-Douglas, Theresa
DescriptionThe plaque reads "This wooden pole is a remnant of the University of Nevada, Reno's first flagstaff that was donated to the university by the citizens of Reno 1898. Originally 90 feet tall, it loomed high above the campus as a symbol of community support and national patriotism. It was placed originally in front of the university's second building, Stewart Hall where it stood until 1959. Later, it was located between Morrill Hall and Clark Administration. It was moved to this area in 1998."
Electronic PublisherUniversity Archives, University of Nevada, Reno
Ordering and Permissions InformationNot to be reproduced without permission. For permissions information, please see http://knowledgecenter.unr.edu/materials/specoll/photos.aspx#order
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Resource TypeImage
Formatimage/jp2
File NameUNRA-P3600-00461.jpg
Local file nameC-misc-0001-10-TDD.jpg
Contributing InstitutionUniversity of Nevada, Reno

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