Governors -- Nevada
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Interview by Grace Danberg.,Recollections of household hardships in Virginia City, Nevada, and in the governor's mansion in Carson City.
Emmet Derby Boyle was a mining engineer who became a Nevada state engineer and governor of the state. Scrapbooks cover chiefly his period as governor and include official proclamations, clippings, and some correspondence (1906-1922).
Contains photographs, clippings, certificates and letters related to Denver S. Dickerson, Nevada Lieutenant Governor and Acting Governor; Mrs. Una L. Reilly Dickerson, Washoe County, Nevada, law librarian; Harvey D. Dickerson, Nevada Attorney General and candidate for various political offices; Denver Dickerson, Nevada State legislator and diplomat; and George Dickerson, lawyer.
The Honorary Board of Visitors for the State University of Nevada was created during the Seventeenth Session of the State Legislature via Senate Bill No. 12 in February 1895. The Board was to consist of 15 members, one from each county, appointed by the Governor. The collection consists of one certificate executed by Governor E. P. Carville, appointing Arnold A. Millard as a member of the Honorary Board of Visitors of the University of Nevada on February 25, 1944.
The Joint Committee on the Investigation of the Closed Banks was a Nevada committee formed to investigate the failure and closing of banks in 1932, particularly those controlled by George Wingfield. The collection contains testimonies, including statements by Acting Governor Morley Griswold and accounting statements from various firms affected by the bank closings.
Kathy List was former wife of Nevada governor Robert List, Republican who was governor from 1979-1983. Scrapbook includes clippings, photographs, invitations, brochures, clippings, and mementos pertaining to activities during the period when Robert List was governor of Nevada. Material from 1968; 1979-1982.
Consists primarily of scrapbooks; also administrative files for Russell's terms as U.S. Representative and governor, and photos. Scrapbooks consist of clippings; administrative files include correspondence, reports, and Governors' Conferences materials.
Brian Sandoval served as the 29th Governor of Nevada from 2011-2018. Prior to serving as Governor, Sandoval also served as a United State District Judge for the United States District Court for the District of Nevada (2005-2009). The collection contains documents regarding Sandoval's confirmation as District Judge, investiture speeches, and his resignation as Judge.