Letter from W. C. Noteware
The collection contains one letter written by Warren C. Noteware to Mrs. C. N. Noteware (likely his stepmother, Mary Ann Gee) from Glenbrook, Nevada. In the letter, he describes how there is only one mill running at the lake at that time. He also talks about D. L. Bliss and his hope to expand the communication and transportation networks around Lake Tahoe. Noteware also mentions the amount of money invested in property owned by "Lucky Baldwin."
- June 21, 1881
- Noteware, W. C. (Warren C.), 1861-1924 (Creator, Person)
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0.4 Linear Feet (2 leaves)
Warren C. Noteware (1861-1924) worked as a telegraph operator in Glenbrook, Nevada. The collection contains one letter written by Warren C. Noteware to Mrs. C. N. Noteware from Glenbrook, Nevada describing various aspects of life, people, and businesses at Lake Tahoe including D. L. Bliss and "Lucky Baldwin".
Warren C. Noteware was born in Genoa, Nevada on September 9, 1861, to Sarah Lyon and Chauncey Norman Noteware. In 1881, Noteware was working as a telegraph operator in Glenbrook, Nevada. He died in Stockton, California on April 11, 1924.
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchased from Holabird Western Americana Collections "No Tricks Just Treats" Auction in November 2014.
- Guide to the Letter from W. C. Noteware
- Jessica Maddox
- March 2019
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