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Overview Doris Mosley (1917-2007) was one of the first female dealers at Harold's Club in Reno, Nevada. Collection contains photographs, newspaper clippings, and genealogical information about Doris and her family.
Overview Carol Darwin Nabors attended high school in Hollywood, California with Joanne (Cutten) de Longchamps. Joanne Cutten de Longchamps was born in Los Angeles in 1923 and attended schools in Los Angeles and Paris where she studied painting and music, both of which she persued later in life. The collection contains scrapbooks that include copies of Joanne's poems, correspondence, articles, programs, greeting cards, and photographs of Joanne and her interests.
Overview Oscar Mathais Ferdinand Nelson (1901-1979) and Harriet Bennett Nelson were members of the Sierra Club. The couple participated in regular outings with the Sierra Club into the Sierra Nevada mountain range, as well as other California locations and documented their trips through photography. Collection contains 590 photographs, 415 negatives, and a travel diary documenting the Nelson's various outings with the Sierra Club from 1925-1934.
Overview S. Martin "Marty" Shelton served in the United States Naval Reserve and traveled throughout Nevada. His interest in the state's history led him to document the historic sites and ghost towns he saw during his visits. Over the course of about 20 years, he documented over 1,300 sites, producing slides and many black and white prints. Collection contains Shelton's photographs and slides of ghost towns and historic sites that accompany his unpublished book, A...
Overview Began December 2015 as a non-profit as a statewide repository of artifacts & ephemera pertaining to the LGBT population in Nevada. Collection highlights northern Nevada resources available to LGBT community and the events held by/for them, and for the LGBT community in Nevada. Collection materials include brochures, posters, newspaper articles, and banners created between 1965 and 2018.
Overview The Park Wedding Chapel opened on May 15, 1956, as the first wedding chapel in Reno. Joseph Melcher, a local advertising executive, and his wife Venila, converted what was formerly a private home into a chapel. The collection includes photos, postcards, newspaper clippings, articles, business records, and correspondence from 1956 to 2016 relating to the Melcher's chapel and Reno's wedding chapel history.
Overview Brothers Raphael and Norman Herman immigrated from Germany and eventually purchased a ranch in Reno, Nevada in 1935. The ranch, named Rancho San Rafael after Raphael, was eventually sold to Washoe County to be used as a regional park. The collection, dated 1943-1981, primarily documents the sale of the ranch to Washoe County and contains a deed, correspondence, photographs, and newspaper clippings related to the ranch.
Overview David K. Rice worked for the Nevada Department of Wildlife for 30 years primarily as Chief Conservation Educator. He is also the author of a former weekly column for the Reno Gazette Journal on hunting and fishing. Collection contains material from the Nevada Department of Wildlife (and formerly the Nevada Fish and Game Commission) about the department's conservation work, particularly at Pyramid Lake. Also includes columns written by Rice for the RGJ.
Overview Hugh A. Shamberger (1990-1992) was an engineer for the State of Nevada from 1929 until his retirement from the Desert Research Institute in 1967. He wrote a series of book on mining history of Nevada. Collection contains research, notes, and photographs created and gathered by Hugh Shamberger for the publication of his book series called Historic Mining Camps of Nevada.
Overview James "Jim" D. Yoakum, the first wildlife biologist hired by the Bureau of Land Management (1957-1986), devoted his life to the study of wildlife and range management issues in the West, especially the pronghorn antelope. He worked with The Wildlife Society, other national and international organizations concerned with wildlife biology and management, and created educational programs using his extensive photo library. Collection contains the photographs taken by Yoakum during his career.
- Dieringer, Andrew Jack 2
- Adams, Eva Bertrand, 1908-1991 1
- Barry Cassidy Rare Books 1
- Bridges, Robert, 1914-1989 1
- Bryant, Blanche, 1924- 1
- Bryant, Paul 1
- Bryant, Robert, 1924- 1
- Byers family 1
- Byers, Mildred Jessie 1
- Cobb, Tyrus W. 1
- Combination Mines Company 1
- County Fiscal Officers Association of Nevada 1
- Dave's VIP Club (Reno, Nevada) 1
- De Longchamps, Dare, 1949-1976 1
- De Longchamps, Galen 1
- De Longchamps, Joanne, 1923-1983 1
- Flying M E Ranch 1
- Goldfield Consolidated Mines Company 1
- Gruell, George E. 1
- Harold's Club (Reno, Nev.) 1
- Herman Family 1
- Herman, Mariana 1
- Herman, Norman B., -1960 1
- Herman, Raphael, 1865-1946 1
- Holabird-Kagin Americana 1
- Hood, W. Edmund, (Physician) 1
- Kearney, Nicholas-Martin 1
- Lane, Mildred L. Byers 1
- Max Meyer & Co. 1
- McGee, Sandra V. 1
- McGee, William L. 1
- Melcher, Kevin 1
- Mosley, Doris Wanda 1
- Mosley, Stephen 1
- Mt. Rose Chapel (Reno, Nev.) 1
- Nabors, Carol 1
- National Reno Gay Rodeo 1
- Nevada Gay Pride 1
- Nevada LGBT Archive 1
- Nevada. Department of Fish and Game 1
- Nevada. Department of Wildlife 1
- Nevada. Fish and Game Commission 1
- Our Center (Reno, Nev.) 1
- Park Wedding Chapel 1
- Reagan, Ronald 1
- Shamberger, Hugh A. 1
- Shelton, S. Martin 1
- Sierra Club 1
- Thomason, Linda 1
- Trelease, Tom 1
- University of Nevada 1
- Viegas, Donald R. 1
- Wappman, Sharon 1
- Wright, Fred 1
- Yoakum, James D. 1 ∧ less