In the spring of 1857 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Abbott came here to make their home. They came from Southern Canada.
Small parts bins at Hallett's Hardware Crystal Palladium water tower Young Carson City boy Congregational Church G.A.R. Drummers: Left to Right - George Garner, Unidentified, George VanDuesen, Thomas Garner. Joe & Minnie Howe's Grocery and Restaurant. Phone 30. Free delivery to all parts of the city. State Bank at Main & Division Street Main Street … Continue reading Historical photos
Sixty-five years ago this township was an almost unbroken wilderness and our pleasant village existed not even in imagination.
By Jennie R. Smith, Chicago, Ill. From “Reminiscences of The Story of Carson City” Carson City Gazette, May 24, 1934 “The Old Town” is a subject too large for me. Think of being crowded out for lack of space! But “Something You Remember as Outstanding” --that is different. One of my fondest memories was “The … Continue reading Outstanding memories
At such they were never known to slink Perhaps that makes the teachers smile, But I beg them humbly to listen while
In this issue is presented the result of the Woman’s Club survey for “The most outstanding public service beyond the line of duty”.
Remember when in 1920-1921…