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Roster of Freemasons Mount Rose Lodge No. 40

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Identifier: NC788
Abstract Roster of members as of charter night for the lodge.

Proposed alterations to Masonic building, Reno, Nevada

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Identifier: 83-26
Abstract Architectural plans for alterations to the Reno, Nevada Masonic building on Virginia St.,Includes three of the original four alternate plans for the building layout.

Masons on the mountain broadside

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Identifier: 92-07
Abstract This broadside describes Virginia City, Nevada, and the Masonic organization in Virginia City; lists officers and members in Virginia City; and discusses Masonic activities and the lodge.

William C. Miller Papers

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Identifier: 87-06
Abstract Includes material related to Miller's career and interests, particularly the history of Nevada Territory and the theater. Included are correspondence, Miller's thesis and dissertation, scripts of plays performed by the Reno Little Theater and Reno Dramatic Club, sheet music, a minute book/account ledger of stock holders of the Silver Star Mining District (Comstock Lode), and a poster for Topliffe's Theatre (earliest known Nevada imprint, 1862)

Frank Edward Murphy Papers

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Identifier: NC1047
Abstract Principally correspondence relating to Murphy's work with the Freemasons, Christian Science Church, the Liberty Loan Committee of Nevada, and the American Committee for Relief in the Near East (Armenian and Syrian relief effort). Also included are Murphy's notarial records for his railroad and wood companies.

Nevada Imprints Microfilm Collection

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Identifier: 89-54
Abstract Miscellaneous items about Nevada subjects include Sutro Tunnel agreement mining laws of Reese River, Marysville, Mt. Airy, Peavine, White Pine, and Spruce Mountain mining districts theater playbills from Carson City paper on the Shoshone Indian dialect Nevada-California boundary messages and reports from state officials constitutions and bylaws of the Gold Hill Fire Department, Carson City Knights of Pythias, Gold Hill Miners' Union, and Washoe Typographical Union no. 65 and a 1885...

Charles Priest Papers

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Identifier: NC559
Abstract Primarily correspondence related to Priest's career in education and his military activities. Also included are legal documents such as college records, teacher's credentials, teaching contracts, appointment to the Nevada Bar, and military appointments; a scrapbook of clippings and letters on Nevada educational topics (1923-1927) and his military career; and printed materials about the Mooney School, Vanderbilt University, Phi Beta Kappa, and Freemasonry.

A Profile of Silas Earl Ross

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Identifier: NC1078
Abstract Biographical sketch of Ross, signed by the author.,Includes information on Ross' father, Orrin C. Ross; Silas' service on the University of Nevada Board of Regents; the Masonic ceremony of laying cornerstones; and the mortuary profession.

Silas Earl Ross Papers

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Identifier: NC820
Abstract Included are autobiographical and biographical sketches and notes on Ross and other Nevada figures; research notes, speeches, and writings on Nevada physicians, hospitals, and cemeteries; and writings related to Ross' interests in Freemasons and the professionalism of the funeral industry.,Of special note are business records of the Red Rock and Home Ranches owned by Ross' father Orrin Charles Ross, the Ross-Burke Mortuary, and the Carson Opera House Association; and the probate files of Robert...

George Bradley Russell Papers

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Identifier: NC125
Abstract Papers relating to Russell's career in newspapers; Republican politics; office of Nevada State Treasurer; his involvement with the Daughters of Damon, Knights Templar, Mystic Circle of Service, and Masons; and his membership in the United Spanish War Veterans, Department of Nevada (from the Spanish American War).,Correspondents include Nevada Governor Fred Balzar, Paul Laxalt, U.S. Senator Pat McCarran, Edward C. Peterson, Judge Clark Guild, William Randolph Hearst, and many others.