Carson City (Nev.)
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Collection includes two diaries; an overland account of Anderson's journey from Wisconsin to Carson City, 1862-1863; a medical record book, 1863-1866; letters; receipts; and photographs.
The Carson Opera House Association was a group which oversaw operation of the Carson Opera House in Carson City, Nevada. Includes minutes, 1877-1929 with list of stock holders, 1929, and correspondence laid in; stockbook, 1878-1929; and cash book, 1926-1929, with correspondence and checks laid in.
Graham Erskine (1911-1991) was an architect who came to Reno, Nevada in 1947 and was active in designing commercial and institutional buildings in Reno and Carson City during the middle twentieth century. His papers consist primarily with specifications and contracts for his architectural work as well as a small number of personal papers, and photographs. Materials from 1948-1989.
George E. Kitzmeyer was a Nevadan undertaker who sat on the Nevada Morticians' Board of Examiners. Collection includes death records and funeral account books of George Kitzmeyer, Carson City, Nevada, 1867-1932; funeral account book and company minutes of the Perkins-Gulling Company, Reno, 1909-1923; funeral account book and company minutes of Ross-Burke Company, Reno, 1923-1952; and Washoe County Coroner's jury record, 1936-1957.
Ester Nicholson (1902-1992) became a member of the League of Women Voters in 1927 and was active in League activities throughout the rest of her life. The collection includes Nicholson's files on the Nevada, Carson City, Las Vegas and U.S. Leagues of Women Voters, Nevada politics, Carson City (Nevada), and women in Nevada.
Petition protesting to the Nevada state Assembly against a bill funding the Ormsby County debt unless all claims and debts were included and paid equally.
Abstracts containing records of chains of title for land in Placer and E. Dorado Counties, California; and Douglas and Ormsby Counties in Nevada, all surrounding Lake Tahoe. Possibly compiled as part of a 1912 effort to create a Lake Tahoe national park.
The Vanderleith family were residents of Carson City, Nevada. The "Crazy Book" is a scrapbook of programs and mementos of social events in Carson City in the 1890s and political campaigns (Republican and Silver parties) from 1888-1907, compiled by siblings Edward and Emma.