Ranches -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Sections of a major report for the cooperating agencies of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Farm Credit Administration, and the Agricultural Experimental Service of the University of Nevada.
Dates: 1939 - 1939
Abstract Typescript letter from Miller to William Lynn, Mason Valley, Nevada, regarding operating instructions for a Miller & Lux ranch. The collection contains material from 1893 created by Henry Miller.
Identifier: AC 0052
Overview The president is the chief administrative officer of the University of Nevada, Reno. Duties and responsibilities are prescribed by the Board of Regents and may be assisted in the conduct of the duties of the office by vice-presidents and other administrators. The president may also establish and appoint boards and committees. In 1965-1968, the position title was "Chancellor" instead of "President." The collection contains correspondence, reports, campus publications, and other records from the...
Abstract Lease of land known as Pickle Meadows, Nevada, for grazing purposes to Merrill from the California Nevada Electric Power Company. Lease was subsequently used to draft a new lease for an unidentified mining claim in Douglas County, Nevada; some of the original wording was lined out and new language inserted.
Overview Silas Earl Ross (1887-1975) was a Nevada funeral director (Ross-Burke Company); member of University of Nevada-Reno faculty (1909-1914) and Board of Regents (1932-1956). Active in the Freemasons from 1908-1975, Ross served as the Nevada Grand Master. Ross also served as chair of the Nevada State Republican Central Committee and Reno City Councilman. He was married to Emily Coffin in 1913; they had one son, Silas Earl Ross Jr. (1916-1967). The collection includes autobiographical and...
Overview Stone House, Nevada was an unincorporated community in Humboldt County, Nevada, serving as a stop on the Overland Stage, and, later, as a stop for the Southern Pacific Railroad. A post office was briefly located there from 1890-1915. The collection contains one letter written by P.V.S. to Minnie from Stone House, Nelson Ranch in Humboldt County, Nevada.
Dates: September 13, 1891