Virginia City (Nev.)
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Includes minutes of the Methodist Episcopal Church Missions, Nevada, 1887-1908 Nevada Immigration Bureau report, 1893-1894 reports from the Nevada governor, controller, Public Instruction Department, attorney general, secretary of state, and Centennial Commissioners (1877) and Virginia City Ordinances, 1868.
Inventories of furniture in the Ophir House, taken room-by-room, including dimensions of each room. The collection contains material from 1898; 1904 created by the Ophir House in Virginia City, Nev.
Deed in which the Pipers transfer ownership of land on which the Old Corner Saloon stood to the trustees of Virginia City. Created by Louise W. Piper in 1862.
Deed for the sale of Dohle's Virginia City property: the S. S. Strauss and Company Slaughter House on Mill below L Street and a lot on Mill adjoining the Brewery; and several parcels of land in Gold Hill to John Wagner.
Deed for the sale of Furman's Virginia City property on Carson Street to Denis Fogarty.,The back cover contains a notation about Fogarty's sale of this property to J. B. Preusch on Aug. 25, 1863.
Report on the examination of the financial affairs of the county of Storey--the city of Virginia--and the town of Gold Hill from December 16th, 1912 to December 31st, 1914
Financial report on Gold Hill, Nevada covering 1912-1914.
Sketches and a woodcut of Nevada scenes by Lewis Carleton Ryan, a brief typescript essay on ghost towns, and an essay/broadside about Ryan by Alan Robert Murray. Sketches include scenes of Virginia City and Rhyolite, Nevada and the desert which range from 1927-1930.
Includes building and land deeds and leases in Virginia City, Nevada, 1868-1869; a deed for the Illinois Mill in Dayton, Nevada, 1868; statement for taxes owed by Sharon for property in Washoe County, Nevada, 1875; and notes about property, 1897.
Quitclaim deed for the sale of Shipley's Virginia City property on Howard and A Streets to C. N. Felton. The collection contains material from October 3, 1862 created by William M. Shipley.
Deed for the sale of Smith's Virginia City property on Carson Street to John T. Furman. The collection contains material from February 16, 1863 created by Jacob Smith.