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Founded as Mormon Station in 1851, Genoa, Nevada was the first permanent settlement in what would become the state of Nevada. In 1951, the town celebrated its centennial and created promotional material to do so. The collection contains one envelope created by the Genoa Town Board to promote the town's 100th anniversary.
The collection consists of one Black Rock Press broadside featuring an unpublished poem by Joanne de Longchamps honoring Robert A. Hume on the occasion of his retirement from the University's English Department faculty (1975).
John LaRue Robinson was a physician in Reno, Nevada. The collection includes Robinson's membership certificate for the Kerak Temple of the Schriners of Reno, 1914 and certificate from the Shriners Hospitals for Crippled Children, San Francisco, in memory of Robinson.
- Subject: Commemorative works X
- University of Nevada, Reno. Special Collections Department 2
- University of Nevada, Reno. University Archives 1
- Authors, American -- Nevada -- 20th century 1
- Genoa (Nev.) -- Centennial celebrations, etc. 1
- Secret societies -- Nevada -- Reno 1
- Stationery 1
- Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine for North America. Kerak Temple (Reno, Nev.) 1
- Black Rock Press 1
- De Longchamps, Joanne, 1923-1983 1
- Genoa (Nev.) Town Board 1
- Hume, Robert A. (Robert Arthur) 1
- Robinson, John LaRue 1 ∧ less