Nevada -- Newspapers
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The Reese River Reveille was a newspaper published in Austin, Nevada. Collection includes lists of subscribers and advertisers and amounts owed the newspaper from 1924-1931. Indexed.
Tapes of seminar sessions from 1978 on the following subjects: early newspaper editors and their politics by Joe Jackson; newspapers at the turn of the century by John Sanford; and sessions by Russell W. McDonald, Don Lynch, Dave Basso, and Tom Wilson.
Includes materials relating to his time in journalism, especially with the Gannett newspaper corporation in Reno, Nevada; files relating to his oral history; speeches and writings; volumes of the University of Nevada, Reno's yearbooks; and miscellaneous items of historical interest given to him by various people. Includes some 1856 San Francisco items. Preliminary inventory available in the department.
The Slavin-Reed Family papers include genealogical notes, oral histories, and other documents about the 19th and 20th century history of the Slavin and Reed families and those families connected by marriage. The bulk of the collection appears to have passed through the hands of Lucille Slavin Clark, and builds on the recorded memories of her grandmother, Maude Rose Hanley Reed Bruno (1882-1965).
William Jackson Westerfieldwas a Nevada newspaper publisher, legislator and State Treasurer. Collection contains letters from Westerfield in Battle Mountain, Nevada to George H. Densmore proposing the establishment of a newspaper in Battle Mountain to promote the proposed Austin Railroad between Battle Mountain and Austin, and politicking in the Nevada election of 1879, hinting that he would accept the position of private secretary to Governor Bradley.