Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Genoa Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
H.S. Crocker Co., Inc.


The Territorial Enterprise Newspaper Building
Title:
The Territorial Enterprise Newspaper Building
Genoa Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
Nevada's first newspaper and its most famous, was founded in 1858 in Mormon Station, now Genoa, and removed to Virginia City in 1960. As the literary birthplace of Mark Twain and the most notable of all frontier newspapers in an age of gunfighting editors and violet literary feuds, it was destined to become one of the legendary properties of the Old West. The Enterprise is still published from the building to which it moved in 1876 but Lucius Beebe and Charles Clegg. On the same premises is the Mark Twain Museum of which Roy (Buffalo Bill) Shetler is proprietor. Sierra News Company



Genoa Nevada's Oldest Town
Title:
Genoa Nevada's Oldest Town
Genoa Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
Nestled between pine trees to the west and sagebrush to the ea, Genoa, Nevada's oldest town, sits at the foot of the Sierras overlooking the Carson Valley, the garden spot of Nevada. Established in 1851 as Mormon Station, it was renamed Genoa in 1855.


Genoa
Title:
Genoa
Genoa Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
Genoa was the first white settlement in Nevada. Settled in 1850 by Mormon pioneers from Utah, it was the Capital of Carson County when Nevada was still a part of the Utah Territory.



Genoa Nevada's Oldest Town
Title:
Genoa Nevada's Oldest Town
Genoa Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
Nestled between pine trees to the west and sagebrush to the east, Genoa, Nevada's oldest town, sites at the foot of the Sierras overlooking the Carson Valley, the garden spot of Nevada. Established in 1851 as Mormon Station, It was renamed Genoa in 1855.


Douglas County Courthouse
Title:
Douglas County Courthouse
Genoa Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
Completed in 1865, the Douglas County courthouse served as the seat of government for may years. Following the fire of 1910 which nearly wiped out the town, the county seat was moved to Minden, and the courthouse became the schoolhouse for Genoa for forty years. It is now a museum under sponsorship of the Carson Valley Historical Society displaying pioneer memorabilia, an excellent Washoe Indian exhibit, and valley artists paintings. The old jail remains intact.



Snowshoe Thompson Day
Title:
Snowshoe Thompson Day
Genoa Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
Snowshoe Thompson April 30, 1827 to May 15, 1876. A Man Who matched the mountain.


Masonic Building And Historical Market
Title:
Masonic Building And Historical Market
Genoa Nevada (NV), Real Photo unused





Total: 8 Items