Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
H. F. Dangberg was a German-American who settled in northern Nevada in the mid-19th century. He, along with various family members, are responsible for several ranches and business enterprises in the region. Collection contains records of the Dangberg Ranch and associated businesses from the 1854-1954.
Andrew “Jack” Dieringer (1925-2020) graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in 1948 with a degree in biology. He began working for the Nevada Fish and Game Commission directly out of college and continued there until his retirement in 1983. Collection includes daily diaries kept by Dieringer from February 1951 to his retirement in 1983 and record his daily work activities, meetings, and trips to the field.
Manuscript diaries of life in California and at the Sierra Nevada Mountain's summer home.
John J. Garrity, Jr. served in Vietnam and Laos. He was an avid waterfowl hunter who kept records of his hunts from the 1960s through the 1981/1982 season. The collection contains waterfowl hunting logs created by Garrity from 1961-1982 that document his hunting outings, including the number of waterfowl taken and with whom he went hunting. Some of the entries also include photographs.
The General Federation of Women's Clubs was an organization of various women's service clubs. The collection contains minutes of a meeting held in Detroit, Michigan.
C. C. Goodwin was a writer, politician, and journalist. He lived in Nevada from 1860-1880, and was associated with the Virginia City newspaper, the Territorial Enterprise. Collection contains one journal of unpublished writings on historical events and people in which Goodwin was interested.
Aroet Lucius Hale, born on May 18, 1828, was an extremely active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and an early emigrant to Utah Territory. Hale died on December 13, 1911 in Grantsville, Utah. Collection contains two journals by Aroet Lucius Hale transcribed by Kathlyn Cranney Mayes Stubblefield in 1990 describing the life of Hale and his emigration from Dover, New Hampshire to Grantsville, Utah.