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Abstract Material relates to real estate transactions, mainly ranch and agricultural lands in Nevada and California, 1940s-1950s.
Abstract Account ledger includes name of payee, amount paid, and services rendered or goods sold.
Abstract Checks paid by company and receipts issued by the company.
Overview The Folk and Campbell Shoe Store was one of the many retail stores in the downtown Reno, Nevada commercial sector in the 1920s. Owned by Otis B. Folk and James L. Campbell, the company was located at 21 W. 2nd Street. The store sold shoes designed and manufactured by the Brown Shoe Store of St. Louis, Missouri. Collection contains one commemorative/anniversary certificate celebrating 30 years of partnership between Folk and Campbell Shoes with the Brown Shoe Company in Reno, Nevada from...
Abstract List of furnishings and equipment for the following rooms: bar and billiard room, office and lobby, basement engine room, barber shop, employees' rooms, and second and third floors.
Overview Hotel in Goldfield, Nevada constructed in 1908 and designed by prominent Reno architects Holesworth and Curtis. The hotel was owned by George Wingfield from soon after it opened until he sold it after the September 1923 fire that burned a portion of Goldfield. Hotel operated until the 1940s. Collection contains materials from 1944-1945 that document employment and hotel guests.
Abstract Financial ledger showing accounts receivable; indexed.
Abstract Invoices for goods purchased from D. W. Earl Company in Sacramento, California and for shipping charges on the steamer Gov. Dana.
Abstract Marshall Clary Industries is a Las Vegas, Nevada, closed-end investment company providing initial capital, and corporate and financial management services to new businesses, mostly in southern Nevada. Collection includes resume of officers and directors; financial statement; Plan for the organization of small business investment companies; and status of firms.