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* UNRS-P1997-49: Joseph F. McDonald, Sr. (Found 597 Descriptions)

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1Caption on image: Greetings from Ed & Clara, April 7, 1931.
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2To Joseph F. McDonald: One of the dearest friends I have ever had, a trusted advisor and a true soure of inspiration. With high esteem. Alan Bible, U.S. Senator…1963. May—1963. [Alan Bible, center; McDonald, left]
4Governor’s Mansion at Carson City. Governor F.B. Balzar at right and Mrs. Balzar. [ca. 1927-1934]
5To Leola McDonald, a fine long-time friend, Geo W. Malone, U.S.S.—Nevada. L to R: Pauline Foutz of Las Vegas [Mrs. McDonald (center with fur coat)]
6To Joe McDonald, Geo. W. Malone, U.S.S.—Nevada. DAR L to R: 1., 2., 3. Ila Warner of Las Vegas
7Becoming an Irish Shriner. 1) After the presentation by Merritt C. Speidel to Joseph F. McDonald of the green fez of Hibernia Temple. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 320305
82) Merritt C. Speidel explaining to Joseph F. McDonald the mysteries of mythical Hibernia Temple. . Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 320308
920) Brothers under the fez. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 320328
1021) Leon Leboire waves a Hibernia fez at another Hibernian, Chief of Police Mike Gaffey of San Francisco. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 320307
115) Joseph F. McDonald expressing surprise and appreciation of the honors and tributes. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 318309
1215) Group Conferences. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 320304
1317) Will Aubrey, bard of the Press Club in action. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 318311
1425) Jim Leary, San Francisco City Purchasing Agent acting as comedian and song stylist. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 318323
1523) Jim Leary, San Francisco City Purchasing Agent acting as comedian and song stylist. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 320314
1624) Jim Leary, San Francisco City Purchasing Agent acting as comedian and song stylist. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 320322
173) Merritt C. Speidel congratulating Joseph F. McDonald on his achievements. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 320303
1818) Merritt C. Speidel announces on behalf of Father Edward J. Garry that, as he is leaving, he expects everybody to wear one of the green carnations in honor of the event. Left to right: Father Garry, Louis Lurie, Mr. Speidel and Joseph F. McDonald. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 320315
1925) Jim Leary, San Francisco City purchasing agent, acting as comedian and song stylist. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 320323
2023) Jim Leary, San Francisco City purchasing agent, acting as comedian and song stylist. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 325314
2124) Jim Leary, San Francisco City purchasing agent, acting as comedian and song stylist. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 318322
2221) Leon Leboire waves a Hibernia fez at another Hibernian, Chief of Police Mike Gaffey of San Francisco. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 320307
2320) “Brothers under the fez.” Leon Leboire and Joseph F. McDonald wearing the green fezzes of Hibernia Temple and Merritt C. Speidel wearing the regulation red fez of Islam Temple. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 320328
2419) They responded to the order to wear green carnations. Left to right: D.K. Brown, Special Agent of the FBI for Northern California, Howard F[?], public relations counsel, Merritt C. Speidel, Joseph F. McDonald. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 320327
2518) Merritt C. Speidel announces on behalf of Father Garry that, as he is leaving, he expects everybody there to wear one of the green carnations in honor of the event. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 320215
2613) Group Conferences. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 318317
2711) Group Conferences. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 318310
286) “When Irish Eyes Are Smiling” when sung by everybody in a tribute especially to Joseph F. McDonald and T.C. Christy. Left to right: Father Edward J. Garry, of “The Center” of Old St. Mary’s Church, Leon Leboire, one of the founders of Hibernia Temple, Merritt C. Speidel, Mr. Christy and Mr. McDonald. Photo by George Shimmon, P
294) Others join in congratulating Joseph F. McDonald after he received the Hibernia Temple fez. Left to right: Father Garry, of Old St. Mary’s Center, Louis Lurie, San Francisco financier, Merritt C. Speidel, Joseph F. McDonald, William H. Woodfield, Jr., Past Imperial Potentate of the Shrine of North America, Dr. William H. Wolfram
305) Joseph F. McDonald expressing surprise and appreciation of the honors and tributes. Left to right, Merritt C. Speidel, Mr. McDonald, and William H. Woodfield, Jr., Past Imperial Potentate of the Shrine of North America. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 320309
313) Merritt C. Speidel congratulating Joseph F. McDonald on the achievement. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 318303
322) Merritt C. Speidel explaining to Joseph F. McDonald the mysteries of mythical Hibernia Temple. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel, San Francisco 19, Calif. Photo No. 318308
3322) Ted Huggins of the Standard Oil Company of California gets into the act. He displays a gold dagger and sheath presented to him by Prince Faisal, foreign minister of Saudi Arabia, when the Prince visited in San Francisco in February. Mr. Huggins was his escort during a tour of California. Photo by George Shimmon, Palace Hotel,
34Oct. 14, 1957. [Joe McDonald (center)]
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35Colorado Springs, January 27, 1950. Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
36January 1952. Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
37January 1952. Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
38January 1953. Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
39January 1953. Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
40[1955] Banquet photo—Joe McDonald. Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
41[1955] Joe McDonald (left). Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
42January 1955. Joe McDonald (6th seated—right). Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
43January 1955. Joe McDonald (2nd from left). Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
44Prospectors Room Dinner Dance, December 1955. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McDonald.
45Prospectors Dinner Dance, Dec. 1955
46Sigma Delta Chi, Feb. 1955. Joe McDonald (3rd from left)
47Sigma Delta Chi Dinner, Feb. 18, 1955, Santa Fe Hotel. Carpenter, Muth [?], McD, Einstoss [?], Larson, Cramer, D [?]
48May 15, 1966. Dinner at Eugene’s for my nurses & husbands. Wonderful dinner & Blanches & [?]. L to R—Rita Vaughn, B[?] [?], P[?] Frost, Gertrude Frost, p[?] Frost, Joe McDonald, Russell Vaughan. Photo by Gitta Photo.
49Oct-29-66 @ Elks Club. l. to r. Grant Sawyer, ?, Mary Gene McDonald, J.F. McDonald, Sr.
50Joe McDonald. [This is Your Life banquet—Colorado Springs—January 23, 1957] Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
51Joe McDonald (center) [This is Your Life banquet—Colorado Springs—January 23, 1957] Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
52King of Lake Tahoe. Joe McDonald. [This is Your Life banquet—Colorado Springs—January 23, 1957] Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
53Joe McDonald. [This is Your Life banquet—Colorado Springs—January 23, 1957] Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
54This is Your Life. Colorado Springs Jan 1957. Joe McDonald (right). [This is Your Life banquet—Colorado Springs—January 23, 1957] Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
55Joe McDonald (left—front). [This is Your Life banquet—Colorado Springs—January 23, 1957] Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
56Joe McDonald (2nd from right). [This is Your Life banquet—Colorado Springs—January 23, 1957] Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
57Reno—Wire to Meritt. Poughkeepsie. Joe McDonald (left). [This is Your Life banquet—Colorado Springs—January 23, 1957] Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
58Joe McDonald (left). [This is Your Life banquet—Colorado Springs—January 23, 1957] Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
59Joe McDonald (left). [This is Your Life banquet—Colorado Springs—January 23, 1957] Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
60Happy. Joe McDonald. [This is Your Life banquet—Colorado Springs—January 23, 1957] Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
61Chuck Stout (left), Joe McDonald (center), Clarence K. Jones (right). [This is Your Life banquet—Colorado Springs—January 23, 1957] Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
62Joe McDonald (center), Harry S. Bunker (right), John Ben Snow (left). [This is Your Life banquet—Colorado Springs—January 23, 1957] Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
63Hello there! John Ben. To Joe McDonald—one of the finest gentlemen of the press and a great friend. Harry S. Bunker. John Ben Snow (left), Joe McDonald (center), Harry S. Bunker (right). [This is Your Life banquet—Colorado Springs—January 23, 1957] Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
64Jan. Photo by Stewart’s, Commercial Photographers & Finishers
65Mr. & Mrs. Joe McDonald (5th & 6th from right)
66Joe McDonald (2nd from left)
67Negative only. [banquet scene; location and date unknown]
68Senator Alan Bible. Nov. 14, 1955. Please credit: Photo by Harris & Ewing, Washington, D.C.
691957. Senator Bible. Photo by Lankford
70To my very close friend and trusted advisor Joe McDonald. With every good wish—Alan Bible, U.S. Senator, Nevada 1957. Photo by Lankford
71Boy Scout Week. Joe McDonald, Chairman (left), Edward Amonetti, Elko, Scout Governor Gov. E.P. Carville (right)
72Governor Boyle reading. Photo by Curtis, Reno.
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73Donner Lake. Jan 25, 1932
74Winter. Donner Summit Bridge. 454.
75Donner Summit Bridge and Donner Lake, California. Published by Nevada Photo Service.
76Donner Summit Bridge and Donner Lake, California. Published by Nevada Photo Service.
77Donner Summit Bridge and Donner Lake, California. Published by Nevada Photo Service.
78Gov. and Mrs. Carville, ca. 1939-45 (at Governor’s Mansion—Carson City)
79Gov. Carville (wearing double-breasted pin-stripe suit), ca. 1941-42). AFTER CHOW, Nevada’s Governor, E.P. Carville, discusses defense problems with U.S. Army officials outside Mess tent. The Governor displayed great interest in activities in the theatre of war. (THIS PICTURE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. NAMES OF THE ORGANIZATION OR OFFICERS WILL NOT APPEAR IN CONNECTION WITH THE PUBLICATION) [Signed] Lt. E.F. Armstrong
80Coast Guard Conference, Washington, D.C., Jan. 27, 1958. When the Tahoe Coast Guard Unit was born at meeting in Bible’s office. McDonald founder of the Nevada California Lake Tahoe Association outlined the need for the Coast Guard Unit at Tahoe & the Senators urged by Bible, Malone & Koechel, approved & Admiral Richardson of the U.S.C.G. got the OK from the [?] department for the facility. Bible got the appropriation for it. Standing: Admiral Richardson and Joe McDonald. Sitting, l to r: Senator Koechel, [Alan] Bible, and Molly Malone.
81Judge Chas Merrill, swearing in ceremony. June 4, 1956
82June 1957, Dr. of Journalism. [Silas] Ross—[Joseph] McDonald—[Minard W.] Stout
831959 University of Nevada Commencement
84June 1957, Dr. of Journalism. [?], [Silas] Ross—[Joseph] McDonald—[Minard W.] Stout
85Watch was presented at Las Vegas convention of Nevada State Press Association at closing dinner at Last Frontier Hotel, March 26, 1949, by William Moore, vice-president and manager of hotel. He gave the watch to the association which in turn directed him to present it. Joe McDonald.
86Nevada Press Assn Convention, U. of N.
87August 17, 1964
88August 17, 1964
89August 17, 1964
90August 17, 1964
91August 17, 1964
92August 17, 1964
93August 17, 1964
94August 17, 1964
95August 17, 1964
96August 17, 1964
97August 17, 1964
98August 17, 1964
99August 17, 1964
1001964 Democratic Convention. [L to r: Gloria McDonald, Robert McDonald, ?, Alan Bible, ?, ?, ?]
1011964 Democratic Convention
102On the left, Mrs. Beatrice Elsman, who is fighting for custody of her 5 year old son Ralph Elsman Jr. On the right—Miss Vivian Nemeth daughter of Mrs. Beatrice Elsman by her first husband. [signed] Joe McDonald
103Ralph Elsman
104Ralph Elsman home
105Swimming pool at Elsman home
106Swimming pool at Elsman home
107Interior view. Living Room. Ralph Elsman’s $250,000 home
108[?], Roy Hardy, Roy Elliott, B[?] Wells, Key Pittman, Ch[?] H[?]. University President Walter Clark (3rd row—right). Photo by Curtis, Reno. [Ca. 1918-1938.]
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109[John Nance] Garner, [Franklin Delano] Roosevelt, [Key] Pittman
110Walter Baring. [ca. June 26, 1948-early July 1948]. Watch Credit Line. The following credit line must be used when this photograph is published: Chase News Photo, Washington, D.C.
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111Elliott Roosevelt. Taken in Reno, July 11, 1933. [Signed] Joe McDonald
112Wells, Nev. June 1952. Jack Robins, William [Thomas?] Mechling, Walter Baring (2nd row right)
113Jack Dempsey, [Fishing on opening day of season at Reno, Nev.]
114Jack Dempsey, [Fishing on opening day of season at Reno, Nev.]
115Jack Dempsey (right), [Fishing on opening day of season at Reno, Nev.]
116Jack Dempsey, Fishing on opening day of season at Reno, Nev. Sent by Joe McDonald c/o Gazette.
117Jack Dempsey by the old swimming hole.
118Jan. 25, 1953—Contented & pleased in addition to Pressroom. Clarence Jones.
119Eva Adams. Joe—this is what Eva sent. Doesn’t look so hot to me. JB.
120President Lyndon Johnson
121Mike Mansfield, Majority Leader, United States Senate, 1962
122Vail Pittman (left). Photo by Western Studio, 227 South Fifth, Tel. 2825, Las Vegas, Nevada
123Two of the four games at the Willows famous resort near Reno. Waiting for Saturday night crowd. Chuck-a-luck and twenty-one. [signed] Joe McDonald
124[March, 1931? Bank Club? Reno]
125[interior Waldorf, Reno]
126Keno game in operation at Bank Club [ca. May, 1938?]
127[Bank Club? Reno, Nev., ca. 1938?]
128James McKay at Bank Club. [The Bank Club, one of Reno's first legal casinos, was destroyed by a fire along with the Golden Hotel on April 3, 1962. James McKay, part-owner and operato, was incarcerated for embezzlement and mail fraud 1939-1945. Ca.1925-1939.]
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129[vacation; unidentified location]
130[vacation; unidentified location]
131[at Lake Tahoe?]
132Nevada Press Association Officers. L to r: [?], McDonald, Garnder (Pres), S[?], Higgenbotham
133[at Robert Zimmer Hawkins house, Reno]
134Compliments—Circulation Dept. Nevada State Journal, Joe McDonald, April 1940, “Mothers Day”
135West End Bullion, 30 Bars, 3,300 pounds, 48,105 oz. Value $35,581
136[Charles Russell, front row right]
137Tex Rickard in Bovard—near Rawhide summer of 1909
138[National Newspaper Contests, 1957]
1391957
140March 1952
141Compliments of Harolds Club, Reno, Nevada
142Initial meeting, Bi-county Planning Commission, El Dorado-Placer Counties, Homewood, August 2, 1958. Nevada-California Lake Tahoe Association. Post Office Box 2427—Reno, Nevada
143Initial meeting, Bi-county Planning Commission, El Dorado-Placer Counties, Homewood, August 2, 1958. Nevada-California Lake Tahoe Association. Post Office Box 2427—Reno, Nevada
144[ca. 1920s-1930s]
145The Freeman family. [portrait of man] negative only
146The Freeman family. [four small children] negative only
147The Freeman family. [four small children] negative only
148The Freeman family. [little girl] negative only
149The Freeman family. [little girl] negative only
150The Freeman family. [man] negative only
151The Freeman family. [man] negative only
152The Freeman family. [young man] negative only
153The Freeman family. [man in military uniform] negative only
154The Freeman family. [little girl] negative only
155The Freeman family. [man and woman in 19th –century costume] negative only
156The Freeman family. [meeting] negative only
157SAE Nov. 1955. Taken at S.A.E. Chapter, Nov. 14th. [Right to left:] Joe Etchoto, F.N. Wilson, Merlyn Jones, Russel Mills, J.F. McDonald. Photo by Ross Photo Service.
158Negative only. Interstate Compact Commission[?], Carson City, July 1958 [group of men, most seated at table]
159Negative only. Interstate Compact Commission[?], Carson City, July 1958 [group of men, most seated at table]
160[meeting at Lake Tahoe]
161no id
162no id
163Sept. 1964 Opening of new AAA Office, Reno, Nevada. Ed Moore, Joe McDonald, Fred Oehler
164Washoe County Fair. 1953. McCarran Tribute
1653 A Office, Lake Tahoe, 3/9/59
166Gene Shoupe, Ed Moore at 3 A Office, Lake Tahoe, March 9, 1959
167The Triple A Office, Lake Tahoe [Ivan Sack, second from left]
168The Triple A Office, Lake Tahoe
169The Triple A Office, Lake Tahoe [Joe McDonald, left; Ivan Sack, right]
170The Triple A Office, Lake Tahoe
171Leslie Figueroa (no less). Scene from the Studio of Fidel Figueroa. Taxco, Gro. Mexico
172Fidel Figueroa. Scene from the Studio of Fidel Figueroa. Taxco, Gro. Mexico
173John Ben Snow, 1956. Photo by Stewart’s Commercial Photographers & Finishers, 121 N. Tejon St., Colorado Springs, Colo.
174Dedication of the McCarran Statue. Left to right—Charles Springer, Howard Cannon, W. Baring, Alan Bible, Grant Sawyer, Norman Biltz, Rex Bell. Center—Mrs. McCarran and Joe McDonald
175McCarran Dedication, 3/23/60. Left to right—Alan Bible, Grant Sawyer, Joe McDonald, Rex Bell (standing), Walter Baring, [Cardinal Spellman]
176At McCarran Statue Dedication, 3/23/60. Standing left to right--?, [Sister Margaret McCarran], ?, Alan Bible, ? [child], Yolanda Sheppard. Seated—Mrs. McCarran and Joe McDonald
177Washington 3/23-1960 Presentation of McCarran Statue. L to R: [Alan] Bible, Mrs. McCarran, Joe McDonald sitting
178McCarran Statue Dedication, 3/23/60. Yolanda Sheppard, Sen. Dirksen, Grant Sawyer, Joe McDonald, Alan Bible
179Washington, 3/23/60. McCarran Statue Presentation in Old Supreme Court Room in Capitol. McDonald presided. Place was full see published report for details.
180Washington, 3/23/60. Senator Bible and Cardinal Spellman, Senator H[?]
181Washington, 3/23/60. Presentation of McCarran statue. [?], Alan Bible, [Cardinal Spellman]
182Senator Bible [back row, center] & part of his staff at McCarran Statue dedication. [Grant Sawyer, Eva Adams, second and third from left, front row]
183[family photos?] no id
184[family photos? Joe McDonald, back row, right?]
185[family photos?] no id
186[family photos?] no id Photo by Chas. W. Logan
187[family photos? Joseph McDonald?]
188[Family photo? Joe McDonald, second from right, outside Nevada State Journal. Ca. 1914-1920.]
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189[family photos?] portrait of a man; no id; negative only
190[family photos?] portrait of a woman; no id; negative only
191[Joe McDonald and classmates?] no id
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214[Portrait of Joe McDonald.]
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215[Mrs. Joe (Leola Lewis) McDonald] Photo by Ernie Mack.
216Easter Sunday, April 10, 1966. Bob & Gloria [McDonald] hosts at a wonderful dinner. Photo by Gitta Photo
217Leola’s [Lewis McDonald] Reno High graduating class [5th from left]. 1912.
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218[Joe McDonald—front row, 4th from left]
219[Joe McDonald and unidentified man in caps and gowns] color negative only
220[Joe McDonald and two unidentified men in caps and gowns] color negative only
221see #82
222April 1953
223Jan. 5, 1958 [at Riverside Hotel] [see also #233]
224[Leola McDonald, center]
225L to r: Mrs. Joe [Leola] McDonald, Mrs. Wm. Schuyler, Mrs. E.W. Cragin, Mrs. A.E. Cahlan, Mrs. F.F. Garside, Mrs. C.P. Squires
226no id
227[Joe McDonald and ?]
228Sept. 24, 1954, for Joe McDonald. Please Credit Sierra Press Bureau, P.O. Box 2109, Reno, Nevada
229Wonderful Dinner with Wonderful People, Sept. 20, 1959, AAA [at Hackney’s, Atlantic City, N.J.]
230Tribute to Senator McCarran—Washoe Fair
231Joseph McDonald, editor of the Nevada State Journal and Hon. Vail Pittman, planning to assist the Nevada Press Women in a truly Western Theme Convention. The Governor a former newspaper man is very fond of press women. The first lady of Nevada being an Honorary member of the Nevada Press Women will open the convention officially and welcome the delegates. [ca. 1940]
232University of Nevada 1949
233[Jan. 5, 1958] [see also #223]
234[in Washington, D.C.? ca. 1963?] color negative only
235[in Washington, D.C.? ca. 1963?] color negative only
236[in Washington, D.C.? ca. 1963?] color negative only
237[in Washington, D.C.? ca. 1963?] color negative only
238[in Washington, D.C.? ca. 1963?] color negative only
239[in Washington, D.C.? ca. 1963?] color negative only
240[in Washington, D.C.? ca. 1963?] color negative only
241[in Washington, D.C.? ca. 1963?] color negative only
242[in Washington, D.C.? ca. 1963?] color negative only
243[in Washington, D.C.? ca. 1963?] color negative only
244[in Washington, D.C.? ca. 1963?] color negative only
245[in Washington, D.C.? ca. 1963?] color negative only
246Seminar Speaker. Assistant Secretary of Defense Floyd S. Bryant arrived in Reno Sunday to participate in the opening of the National Security Seminar which began here yesterday. Bryant, a native of Reno, is flanked by two old friends, Roy Hardy and Joe McDonald. Bryant was keynote speaker at the seminar which is co-sponsored by the Reno Chamber of Commerce and the University of Nevada.
247no id [Joe McDonald, center]
248[To:] “Joe” McDonald. Yours Frat. Geo. W. Malone. 145 F.A. Photo by Issott & Cornell, Granger Blk. 962 Fifth St. San Diego, Cal.
249Joe McDonald. May 13, 1966. Taken at Ross Studio in Sparks.
250Picture No. 6—June 23, 1952. Joe McDonald in the process of “sweeping out the cabin” at the head of Parrish Creek. We gave way to the “blow flies” and cooked our dinner on the open camp fire. 8500 feet above sea level—a mile above the valley below.
251President of Reno Newspapers, Inc., is Joseph F. McDonald, above, whose election was announced today at a meeting in New York City. Engaged in newspaper work in Reno 42 years, Mr. McDonald has been publisher of the Reno Evening Gazette and the Nevada State Journal since Jan. 1, 1951.
252[Joe McDonald] Photo by Bennett Photo Enterprises, #8 Arcade—Basement, Box 225, Reno, Nevada
253[Joe McDonald] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno
254[Joe McDonald] Photo by Conant Studio, Reno, Nevada.
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255Joseph F. McDonald, 1957.
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256Photo by Goodner, 1915
257U. of N. from the Air Reno
258Manzanita Hall, U. of N.
259Joe M’Donald, U of N Reno, 1911.
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260With Love and Best Wishes, Your Son, Joe. 2/22—1911. [Joe McDonald on steps of Lincoln Hall, University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada.]
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261[UNR—ca. 1910(?). Hatch Station on left, Manzanita Hall in center (distance), Stewart Hall on right]
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262[University of Nevada—Mackay Training Quarters—Football?]
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2631935 [basketball team at] Mackay Training Quarters. Negative only.
264[1910-1911 Nevada High School Basketball Championship team in front of Mackay School of Mines, University of Nevada, Reno]
265U of N Cane Rush 1912—Cann Drug Co. [at Mackay Field]
266U of N Cane Rush 1912—Cann Drug Co. [at Mackay Field]
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267[University of Nevada]
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268The Back Field. [addressed to Joe McDonald, University of Nevada, Reno c/o U of N Sagebrush; postmarked Santa Clara, California, 1914]
269[Rugby football ca. 1912] Cann Drug Co. [at Mackay Field]
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270[Rugby football ca. 1912] Cann Drug Co. [at Mackay Field]
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271Cane Rush. Aug. 23-[19]10—U of N. Reno Nev. W.E.C. [Photo by Cann]
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272U. of N. Football Squad, 1912. [Photo by] T.C. Wohlbruck, Reno, Nev. XII
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273[U. of N. Football Squad]
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274[Joe McDonald, second from left in rear? at the University of Nevada?]
275[Joe McDonald, second from right?]
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276May 19, 1949. Acme Newspictures. Division of NEA Service, Inc. 814 Mission St. San Francisco. Please Credit “Acme Photo” This picture is sold to you for your publication only and must not be loaned, syndicated or used for advertising purposes without written permission from Acme. By accepting this picture you agree to hold Acme harmless from any loss or damage arising by reason of your use of publication of this picture. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
277May 21, 1949, Stanford U. Acme Newspictures. Division of NEA Service, Inc. 814 Mission St. San Francisco. Please Credit “Acme Photo” This picture is sold to you for your publication only and must not be loaned, syndicated or used for advertising purposes without written permission from Acme. By accepting this picture you agree to hold Acme harmless from any loss or damage arising by reason of your use of publication of this picture. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
278May 19, 1949, S.F. Acme Newspictures. Division of NEA Service, Inc. 814 Mission St. San Francisco. Please Credit “Acme Photo” This picture is sold to you for your publication only and must not be loaned, syndicated or used for advertising purposes without written permission from Acme. By accepting this picture you agree to hold Acme harmless from any loss or damage arising by reason of your use of publication of this picture. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
279May 20, 1949, Palo Alto. Acme Newspictures. Division of NEA Service, Inc. 814 Mission St. San Francisco. Please Credit “Acme Photo” This picture is sold to you for your publication only and must not be loaned, syndicated or used for advertising purposes without written permission from Acme. By accepting this picture you agree to hold Acme harmless from any loss or damage arising by reason of your use of publication of this picture. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
280May 19, 1949, Forbidden City. Acme Newspictures. Division of NEA Service, Inc. 814 Mission St. San Francisco. Please Credit “Acme Photo” This picture is sold to you for your publication only and must not be loaned, syndicated or used for advertising purposes without written permission from Acme. By accepting this picture you agree to hold Acme harmless from any loss or damage arising by reason of your use of publication of this picture. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
281Merritt’s [Speidel] Party, May 19, 1949. Acme Newspictures. Division of NEA Service, Inc. 814 Mission St. San Francisco. Please Credit “Acme Photo” This picture is sold to you for your publication only and must not be loaned, syndicated or used for advertising purposes without written permission from Acme. By accepting this picture you agree to hold Acme harmless from any loss or damage arising by reason of your use of publication of this picture. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
282May 18, 1949, Clift Hotel, S.F. Merritt [Speidel] & Mayor of Palo Alto. Acme Newspictures. Division of NEA Service, Inc. 814 Mission St. San Francisco. Please Credit “Acme Photo” This picture is sold to you for your publication only and must not be loaned, syndicated or used for advertising purposes without written permission from Acme. By accepting this picture you agree to hold Acme harmless from any loss or damage arising by reason of your use of publication of this picture. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
283Salinas—Merritt’s [Speidel] Birthday Party, May 1949. What a Party. Salinas, May, 1949.
284May 19, 1949, Forbidden City. Acme Newspictures. Division of NEA Service, Inc. 814 Mission St. San Francisco. Please Credit “Acme Photo” This picture is sold to you for your publication only and must not be loaned, syndicated or used for advertising purposes without written permission from Acme. By accepting this picture you agree to hold Acme harmless from any loss or damage arising by reason of your use of publication of this picture. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
285May 19, 1949, Forbidden City. Acme Newspictures. Division of NEA Service, Inc. 814 Mission St. San Francisco. Please Credit “Acme Photo” This picture is sold to you for your publication only and must not be loaned, syndicated or used for advertising purposes without written permission from Acme. By accepting this picture you agree to hold Acme harmless from any loss or damage arising by reason of your use of publication of this picture. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
286[At the San Francisco Press Club. Salinas—Merritt Party. May, 1949] Acme Newspictures. Division of NEA Service, Inc. 814 Mission St. San Francisco. Please Credit “Acme Photo” This picture is sold to you for your publication only and must not be loaned, syndicated or used for advertising purposes without written permission from Acme. By accepting this picture you agree to hold Acme harmless from any loss or damage arising by reason of your use of publication of this picture. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
287At San Francisco Press Club. Acme Newspictures. Division of NEA Service, Inc. 814 Mission St. San Francisco. Please Credit “Acme Photo” This picture is sold to you for your publication only and must not be loaned, syndicated or used for advertising purposes without written permission from Acme. By accepting this picture you agree to hold Acme harmless from any loss or damage arising by reason of your use of publication of this picture. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
288S.F. May 20, 1949. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
289May 19, 1949, Cliff House. Acme Newspictures. Division of NEA Service, Inc. 814 Mission St. San Francisco. Please Credit “Acme Photo” This picture is sold to you for your publication only and must not be loaned, syndicated or used for advertising purposes without written permission from Acme. By accepting this picture you agree to hold Acme harmless from any loss or damage arising by reason of your use of publication of this picture. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
290May 19, 1949, S.F. Acme Newspictures. Division of NEA Service, Inc. 814 Mission St. San Francisco. Please Credit “Acme Photo” This picture is sold to you for your publication only and must not be loaned, syndicated or used for advertising purposes without written permission from Acme. By accepting this picture you agree to hold Acme harmless from any loss or damage arising by reason of your use of publication of this picture. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
291S.F. Merrit’s [Speidel] Party, May 19, 1949. Acme Newspictures. Division of NEA Service, Inc. 814 Mission St. San Francisco. Please Credit “Acme Photo” This picture is sold to you for your publication only and must not be loaned, syndicated or used for advertising purposes without written permission from Acme. By accepting this picture you agree to hold Acme harmless from any loss or damage arising by reason of your use of publication of this picture. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
292May 19, 1949, S.F. Acme Newspictures. Division of NEA Service, Inc. 814 Mission St. San Francisco. Please Credit “Acme Photo” This picture is sold to you for your publication only and must not be loaned, syndicated or used for advertising purposes without written permission from Acme. By accepting this picture you agree to hold Acme harmless from any loss or damage arising by reason of your use of publication of this picture. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
293May 18, 1949. Clift Hotel. Speidel, Gen. Mark Clark. Acme Newspictures. Division of NEA Service, Inc. 814 Mission St. San Francisco. Please Credit “Acme Photo” This picture is sold to you for your publication only and must not be loaned, syndicated or used for advertising purposes without written permission from Acme. By accepting this picture you agree to hold Acme harmless from any loss or damage arising by reason of your use of publication of this picture. [Salinas—Merritt Party]
294[Joe McDonald, far right; Judge Milton Badt, third from left] Official Photo U.S. Army Air Corp. Name: [signed] Larry Williams, Date: 7/2/43. Base Photo Lab, Reno Army Air Base, Reno, Nevada
295Official photograph not to be used for publication by order of the Chief of the Bureau of Aeronautics. USS Boxer CV21. CV21-728(L)6-48 Date: 15 Jun 1948. Subject: Rear Adm Grear and civilian guests.
296Official photograph not to be used for publication by order of the Chief of the Bureau of Aeronautics. USS Boxer CV21. CV21-727(L)6-48 Date: 15 Jun 1948. Subject: Rear Adm Grear and civilian guests.
297Official photograph not to be used for publication by order of the Chief of the Bureau of Aeronautics. USS Boxer CV21. CV21-. Date: 15 Jun 1948. Subject: [USS Boxer].
298no id. Photo by: Aerotopograph Corporation of America. 1800 E Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.
299no id. Photo by: Aerotopograph Corporation of America. 1800 E Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.
300no id. Photo by: Aerotopograph Corporation of America. 1800 E Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.
301The merchant’s homestead as it looks today-- [Belmont, Nevada?]—301a. [Court house, Belmont, Nevada]
302[Nevadahills Mine, Fairview, Nevada, ca. 1906-1917]
303One of the burned buildings. [ca. 1905; Goldfield, Nevada?]
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304No. 5. The Goldfield Daisy Mining Syndicate, home built by Frank E. Horton in 1907. “The Stone House” The mine’s old Pope-Toledo automobile. “Governor” Fred Mitchell and driver “Jimmy”
305Palace Hotel built by Stanley Bray and Cliff Denson, Gov. Sparks nephew [built 1908], Hazen, Nev. [photo ca. 1949-1950?]
306Another view of Palace Hotel which will soon be abandoned. [built 1908, Hazen, Nev., photo ca. 1949-1950?]
307The Burning of Rawhide Nev. Sep 4th, [19]08. Copyright 1908 by N.E. Johnson.
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308McLeod, [Nye County, Nevada]
30965,000 gallon water tank where engines take water. [Hazen, Nev.? photo ca. 1940-1950?]
310Depot where farmer & merchant landed. Built in 1905. [Hazen, Nevada. photo ca. 1940-1950? S.P. car #3175]
311“Mike” Hart a homesteader at Hazen—lived there since 1907. He was foreman at the freight yards when 8 freight trains and 2 passenger trains made up there daily. Mike is totally blind. [photo ca. 1940-1950?]
312A fireplace left standing from one of the more pretentious houses in Hazen in the boom days. [photo ca. 1940-1950?]
313Rawhide, June 1950. Hopkins, 74, 50 yr. Mason
314Nevada St one week after fire, Rawhide Nev. Johnson Photo [ca. 1908]
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315Rawhide, June 1950
316Photo by C.C. Boak, Tonopah, Nev.
317[Labelled on image, left to right:] Mispah [sic] Mine, Mt. Oddie, all burned. Cross on other side is where we live. This is the burg. [Tonopah, Nevada, ca. 1910-1915]
318Wahmonie, [Nevada], Feb. 29, 1928
319Wahmonie, [Nevada], Feb. 29, [1928]
320[Tonopah, Nevada, ca. 1910-1915]
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321Winter on the Truckee, Reno Nev. #50
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322Virginia St. at Night. Nevada Photo Service
323April 9, 1957. [E. 2nd & Center St., Reno, Nevada, looking northwest]
324April 7, 1957. [Reno]
325[Reno, ca. 1930s?]
326Vir.[ginia] St., Reno Nev. [ca. 1920s]
327Virginia Street—Reno’s main street and heart of business district. Post office on right. [ca. 1920s]
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327To Joseph McDonald with all good wishes “Red” Ormsby. [McDonald, second from left] Photo by Gross Photo, Hotel Mapes, Reno, Nevada
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328Tearing down Reno Post Office. Now site of Mapes Hotel. Reno Photo, 42 East First, Reno Nevada
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329Wilson Drug, Reno. Photo by G.G. Cadwallader, Jersey City
330[Virginia Street, Reno, ca. 1920s]
331April 9, 1957. [E. 2nd & Center St., Reno, Nevada, looking northwest]
332Rear view of Vanderbilts home taken from front yard of Arno home 200 yards away.
333[Front view of Vanderbilt home?] Negative only.
334Morning on the Desert (Found written on the door of an old cabin in Southern Nevada.)
335Geiger Lookout, Reno to Virginia City Nev. E-7097 Pub. by Nevada Photo Service, Reno, Nev.
336“Just landed a beauty!” Reno, Nevada [Drawing by Lew Hymers?] Copyright 1945
337Greetings from Reno. Drawing by Lew Hymers. Copyright 1945
338Washoe County Court House, Reno, Nev. Drawing by Lew Hymers. Copyright 1945
339[Virginia Street, Reno, ca. 1950s]
340[Reno, ca. 1950s]
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341April 7, 1957
342April 7, 1957
343April 7, 1957 [Joseph F. McDonald’s home on Mark Twain, Reno, Nevada, as per his granddaughter Tracy McDonald.]
344April 7, 1957
345[Searchlight, Nevada, ca. 1940s]
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346To Mrs. King from Gerald F. Kane, Jan 8th 1950. Corbett-Fitzsimmons Fight, Carson City Nev., March 17, 1897. Zan T-379
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347Clifton Tunnel, Austin, Nev. 1893. Photo by Lewis & Kane. [See also P94-02/9 for original print of same scene from slightly different view, with further id and date of 1896.]
348[Pyramid Lake]
349Pickins and Page. Worlds Champs. Double-hand Drilling. 45 7/16 inches.
350Reno, Nev. from the air. Courthouse shown at lower left. [ca. 1920s-1930s]—350a. [Aerial view of Reno, ca. 1930s]
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350Reno, Nev. from the air. Courthouse shown at lower left. [ca. 1920s-1930s]—350a. [Aerial view of Reno, ca. 1930s]
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351[Jim Curtain, left, and Joe Mc’Donald on right, at work in the cafeteria at the university. 5/25—[19]’11 in photo album]
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352At the “Beanry.” 1912. U of N [in photo album]
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353Prep 1909 [in photo album]
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354[football team and the University of Nevada] [in photo album]
355Prep 1910 [in photo album]
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356[at the University of Nevada] [in photo album]
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357No id [in photo album]
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358[at the University of Nevada?] Photo by Glessner, Morse & Geary, Inc. Kodak Dealers, Berkeley, Cal. [in photo album]
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359[McDonald family?] [in photo album]
360[at the University of Nevada?] [in photo album]
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361[at the University of Nevada] [in photo album]
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362[1910-1911 Nevada High School Basketball Championship team in front of Mackay School of Mines, University of Nevada, Reno—same photo as #264] [in photo album]
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363Two Preps 1911 [Joe McDonald on right? In front of Lincoln Hall, University of Nevada] [in photo album]
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36411 Preps 1911 [In front of Lincoln Hall, University of Nevada] [in photo album]
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365[at the University of Nevada] [in photo album]
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366[in Virginia City?] [in photo album]
367[in Virginia City?] [in photo album]
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368[in Virginia City?] [in photo album]
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369[on Mt. Davidson?] [in photo album]
370[in Virginia City?] [in photo album]
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371No id [in photo album]
372No id [in photo album]
373No id [in photo album]
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374No id [in photo album]
375[Joe McDonald on right?] [in photo album]
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376[Joe McDonald on right?] [in photo album]
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377[Joe McDonald on left?] [in photo album]
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378[on the steps of Lincoln Hall, University of Nevada] [in photo album]
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379[at the University of Nevada?] [in photo album]
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380[at the University of Nevada?] [in photo album]
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381[on the steps of Lincoln Hall, University of Nevada] [in photo album]
382[at the University of Nevada] Photo by Cann. [in photo album]
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383No id [in photo album]
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384No id [in photo album]
385[Joe McDonald on left? On top of Mt. Davidson?] [in photo album]
386[Joe McDonald on right? At Virginia City?] [in photo album]
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387No id [in photo album]
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388No id [in photo album]
389Richard H. Sheehy
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390No id [in photo album]
391Negative only. [Young woman, ca. 1911] [in photo album]
392Negative only. [Young man and young woman, ca. 1911] [in photo album]
393Our teachers 1910-1911 [University of Nevada High School] [in photo album] R. Cyril Thompson, Principal, '10 and '11. Instructor in Greek and Latin.
394Our teachers 1910-1911 [University of Nevada High School] [in photo album] Katherine Rigleruth, instructor in German and English
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395Our teachers 1910-1911 [University of Nevada High School] [in photo album] Margaret E. Mack, Instructor in Mathematics
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396Our Class U of N H.S. 1911 [in photo album]
397Our Class U of N H.S. 1911 [in photo album] Emily Berry, Instructor in History and English
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398Our Class U of N H.S. 1911 [in photo album] Gertrude Hinch
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399Our Class U of N H.S. 1911 [in photo album] Waterfield Painter
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400Our Class U of N H.S. 1911 [in photo album] Archie Trabert
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401Our Class U of N H.S. 1911 [in photo album] Emma N. Munk
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402Our Class U of N H.S. 1911 [in photo album] Irene Baker
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403Our Class U of N H.S. 1911 [in photo album] Alice Lee Young
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404Our Class U of N H.S. 1911 [in photo album] Frances Smith
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405Our Class U of N H.S. 1911 [in photo album]
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406Our Class U of N H.S. 1911 [in photo album] Elanor James
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407Our Class U of N H.S. 1911. [in photo album] Leila Lane White
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408Our Class U of N H.S. 1911 [in photo album] Ivah L. Pruett
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409Our Class U of N H.S. 1911 [in photo album] Maud G. Goodhue
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410Our Class U of N H.S. 1911 [in photo album] Julia Boulanger
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411Our Class Uof N H.S. 1911 [in photo album] Edith L. Hubbard
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412Pop Squires, Claude Smith, Joe McDonald. Compliments Nevada State Journal March 13, 1948. [Nevada University Press Award to Nevada State Journal]
413[Nevada University Press Award to Nevada State Journal]
414[Left to right: Joe McDonald, Gov. Vail Pittman, Justice Milton Badt, Merritt Speidel] [Nevada University Press Award to Nevada State Journal]
415[Nevada University Press Award to Nevada State Journal]
416March 13, 1948. McDonald, Gov. Pittman, Judge Milton Badt, Merritt Speidel. When the Nevada State Journal was awarded plaque by Nevada U Press Association. [same photo as #414]
417Nevada Press Assn Dinner 2[0th] Century Club. Compliments Nevada State Journal March 13, 1948.
418[Merritt C. Speidel at microphone; Gov. Vail Pittman, left]
419Merritt C. Speidel
420Merritt C. Speidel
421At the California Rodeo, Salinas, California, June 1952. Merritt C. Speidel and Mrs. Robert Procter, (formerly Barbara Caswell.) Notable hat presented to Merritt C. Speidel in February 1940, at party in Cheyenne when M.C.S. was Chairman of the Board of Cheyenne Newspapers. On hat are 168 signatures in indelible ink of executives and employees of Cheyenne Newspapers, Plains and Pioneer Hotels, City and State Officials and many others.
422At the California Rodeo, Salinas, California, June 1952. Left to Right--Merritt C. Speidel, Sherman Holbert, Mrs. Robert Procter, (formerly Barbara Caswell), Paul H. Caswell, Mrs. Albert Hansen, Jr. (the former Janie Caswell.) Notable hat presented to Merritt C. Speidel in February 1940, at party in Cheyenne when M.C.S. was Chairman of the Board of Cheyenne Newspapers. On hat are 168 signatures in indelible ink of executives and employees of Cheyenne Newspapers, Plains and Pioneer Hotels, City and State Officials and many others.
423No id. Photo by Trans-American Photo Service, 1458 Broadway, San Francisco 9, Calif., Tuxedo 5-6358
424[Merritt Speidel?, left]
425No id
426No id
427Negative only. [man in automobile, ca. 1920s?]
428[Joe McDonald, back row, second from left]
429No id
430No id
431Negative only. [Truckee River?]
432[Berkeley L. Bunker, ca. 1940]
433[Senator Pat McCarran with Harriet Lee Hay, 1940]
434[Senator and Mrs. Pat McCarran with Harriet Lee Hay, 1940]
435[Roy Curtis, Reno photographer, at Secret Valley, California, ca. March 28, 1928. Nevada State Journal caption: Sent to Secret Valley to get some pictures for the Reno Chamber of Commerce when Secret Valley, north of Reno in California, was a rival of Hawthorne for the naval ammunition depot site and was covered with mud and water. Roy Curtis, Reno photographer ruined his shoes, and his assistant lost his entirely. The picture… shows Curtis with his camera parked on some ties standing nearly to his knees in mud, taking a picture of the valley. The picture helped materially in convincing the navy department that Hawthorne was the best site. That was the idea behind it. Reno Evening Gazette, March 29, 1928: There was plenty of mud and water in Secret Valley, proposed site for a munitions plant in Lassen County, according to Roy Curtis, Reno photographer, who returned last night from the valley where he took pictures to record conditions there.]
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436Taken by Dorothy W. Allen. They told me this project has only been ten years in the making. What they have done with this uninterestingly narrow, [in envelope marked Dear Joe, Just some pictures I took to show what they did in San Antonio with their dirty, little river—Regards, Dorothy Allen]
437Taken by Dorothy W. Allen. Showing how narrow the stream is, in comparison with the trees. [in envelope marked Dear Joe, Just some pictures I took to show what they did in San Antonio with their dirty, little river—Regards, Dorothy Allen]
438Taken by Dorothy W. Allen. [in envelope marked Dear Joe, Just some pictures I took to show what they did in San Antonio with their dirty, little river—Regards, Dorothy Allen]
439Taken by Dorothy W. Allen. [in envelope marked Dear Joe, Just some pictures I took to show what they did in San Antonio with their dirty, little river—Regards, Dorothy Allen]
440Taken by Dorothy W. Allen. San Antonio River, a muddy, sluggish stream quite different from our clear, lively Truckee. [in envelope marked Dear Joe, Just some pictures I took to show what they did in San Antonio with their dirty, little river—Regards, Dorothy Allen]
441San Antonio River—One of San Antonio’s greatest charms to the visitor is the lovely San Antonio River, flowing through the very heart of the downtown section of the city. A colorful and unique theatre has been set up on the banks of this beautiful river in the downtown section with the stage situated on one side of the river and seats for the audience on the other. Plays and concerts are held here regularly. Tropical plants, shrubbery and palms are planted along the river banks, and colored lights illuminate the river by night. Boats are available for trips up and down the river. Photo by John A. Stryker, Photographer, …1600 Elizabeth Blvd., …4-5475, Fort Worth, Texas
442Martin Homes
443Making soap flakes
444McNeil Construction Co. Magnesium Plant. Las Vegas, Nevada. 9-16-41. 12
445McNeil Construction Co. Magnesium Plant. Las Vegas, Nevada. 10-29-41. 79
446Lester Summerfield, Reno. Photo by Curtis
447Reorder by number, 9154, from Carter’s Camera & Gift Shop, Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Honolulu, T.H.
448Nevada State Journal One Sound State Edition…1941. Glamour Girl—Nevada Style
449[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
450[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
451[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
452[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
453[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
454[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
455[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
456[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
457[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
458[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
459[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
460[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
461[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
462[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
463[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
464[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
465[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
466[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
467[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
468[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
469[McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
470Negative only. [McCarran Statue Presentation, Old Supreme Court Room, The Rotunda, National Capitol, March 23, 1960]
471Mrs. J. Craig Sheppard (Yolande Jacobson) the artist/sculptress who designed and produced statue of P. McCarran, ca. 1960
472Negative only. [Mrs. J. Craig Sheppard (Yolande Jacobson) the artist/sculptress who designed and produced statue of P. McCarran, ca. 1960]
473Negative only. [Mrs. J. Craig Sheppard (Yolande Jacobson) the artist/sculptress who designed and produced statue of P. McCarran, ca. 1960]
474[Pat McCarran statue]
475[Pat McCarran statue]
476[Pat McCarran statue]
477[Pat McCarran statue]
478[Pat McCarran statue]
479[Pat McCarran statue]
480[Pat McCarran statue]
481[Pat McCarran statue]
482[Pat McCarran statue]
483[Pat McCarran statue]
484[Pat McCarran statue]
485[Pat McCarran statue]
486August 1952, Lake Tahoe, Nevada Beach Road Opening. [Left to right:] Charles Russell, Joe McDonald, Pat McCarran, Eugene Shoupe
487Negative only. [copy negative of panoramic aerial view of Lake Tahoe]
488Negative only. [August 1952, Lake Tahoe, Nevada Beach Road Opening?]
489Negative only. [August 1952, Lake Tahoe, Nevada Beach Road Opening?]
490Negative only. [August 1952, Lake Tahoe, Nevada Beach Road Opening?]
491Negative only. [August 1952, Lake Tahoe, Nevada Beach Road Opening?]
492Negative only. [August 1952, Lake Tahoe, Nevada Beach Road Opening?]
493Negative only. [August 1952, Lake Tahoe, Nevada Beach Road Opening?]
494Negative only. [August 1952, Lake Tahoe, Nevada Beach Road Opening?]
495Negative only. [August 1952, Lake Tahoe, Nevada Beach Road Opening?]
496Negative only. [August 1952, Lake Tahoe, Nevada Beach Road Opening?]
497Spooner Summit
498Stateline, Nev. [Harvey’s Wagon Wheel, center] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
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499NTPUD [North Tahoe Public Utility District] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
500NTPUD [North Tahoe Public Utility District] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
501STPUD [South Tahoe Public Utility District] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
502STPUD [South Tahoe Public Utility District] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
503So. Tahoe PU.D. [South Tahoe Public Utility District] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
504STPUD [South Tahoe Public Utility District] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
505STPUD [South Tahoe Public Utility District] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
506North Tahoe PUD [Public Utility District] holding ponds. Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
507NTPUD [North Tahoe Public Utility District] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
508North Tahoe P.U.D. [North Tahoe Public Utility District] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
509NTPUD [North Tahoe Public Utility District] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
510NTPUD [North Tahoe Public Utility District] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
511Tahoe Keyes. Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
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512Crystal Bay. Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
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513Incline Village. Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
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514Marlette Lake. Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
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515Tahoe Keyes. Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
516Taylor Creek. Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
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517Taylor Creek. Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
518Taylor Creek. Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
519Taylor Creek. Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
520Marlette Lake area. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev.
521[Lake Tahoe]
522Emerald Bay at Tahoe
523[Lake Tahoe]
524The California entrance to Cal-Neva lodge. The board in the center of the roof is the point where the California-Nevada state line bisects the building.
525[Harvey’s Wagon Wheel, Lake Tahoe]
526Stach Estate, Lake Tahoe. This is the house near Cal-Neva lodge where Mrs. Marshall Field III, made her home last summer while here to get a divorce.
527Number not used.
528Stateline, Nev. [Harvey’s Wagon Wheel, center, ca. 1950s] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
529Stateline, Nev. [ca. 1950s] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
530Stateline, Nev. [ca. 1950s] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
531Stateline, Nev. [ca. 1950s] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
532Stateline, Nev. [ca. 1950s] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
533Stateline, Nev. [ca. 1950s] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
534Olivers Subdivision, Stateline, Nev. [ca. 1950s] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
535Stateline, Nev. [ca. 1950s] Please credit photo by Lake Tahoe Area Council.
536Number not used
537Number not used
538[Lake Tahoe] looking northeast, Fallen Leaf Lake in foreground. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-17
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539[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-20
540[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-21
541[Lake Tahoe] [Nevada near Stateline] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-22
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542[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-31. 25,000’
543[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-37
544[Lake Tahoe] [Tahoe City Area] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-43
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545[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-45
546[Lake Tahoe] [Cave Rock] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-47
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547[Lake Tahoe] [Tahoe Tavern area] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-48
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548[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-31
549[Lake Tahoe] [Squaw Valley] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. S-1
550[Lake Tahoe] [Squaw Valley] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. S-3-19
551[Lake Tahoe] [Squaw Valley, looking SE] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. S-6
552[Lake Tahoe] Stateline. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. S-L-2
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553[Lake Tahoe] Bijou Area. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. S-L-12
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554[Lake Tahoe] Mt. Rose Bowl. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. R-1
555[Lake Tahoe] Mt. Rose Bowl. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. R-3
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556[Donner Lake Summit] [Homewood area] T-1-A
557Donner Lake Summit. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev.
558[Lake Tahoe] Brockway Area. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-40
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559[Lake Tahoe] Glenbrook. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-42
560[Lake Tahoe] Glenbrook. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-42
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561[Lake Tahoe] Tahoe City Area. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-43
562[Lake Tahoe] Crystal Bay/Cal-Neva Area. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-46
563[Lake Tahoe] N.West Corner in Tahoe Tavern Area. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-48
564[Lake Tahoe] Cave Rock Area. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. L-50
565[Lake Tahoe, Meeks Bay]. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. M-2 (sample print)
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566[Lake Tahoe, Meeks Bay]. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. M-3 (sample)
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567[Lake Tahoe] Squaw Valley. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. S-10
568[Lake Tahoe] W. Side—Homewood Area. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-1-a (your sample)
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569[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev.
570[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-34
571[Lake Tahoe] Glenbrook. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-45
572[Lake Tahoe] Cal-Neva. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-50
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573[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-51
574[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-52
575[Lake Tahoe] Emerald Bay. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-53
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576[Lake Tahoe] Tahoe Valley. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-54
577[Lake Tahoe] Zephyr Cove. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-55
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578[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-56
579[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-57
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580[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-58
581[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-59
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582[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-63
583[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-64
584[Lake Tahoe] Zephyr Cove. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-65
585[Lake Tahoe] Cascade Lake. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-66
586[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-67
587[Lake Tahoe] El Dorado Beach. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-68
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588[Lake Tahoe] Rabe Meadows/Kingsbury Grade. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-69
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589[Lake Tahoe] Marla Bay. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-70
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590[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-71
591[Lake Tahoe] El Dorado Beach. Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev. T-72
592[Lake Tahoe] Photo by Gene Christensen, Reno, Nev.
593Mt. Tallac with its cross of snow. From the outdoor chapel, Zephyr Point Conference Grounds on the Nevada shore of beautiful Lake Tahoe. The cross of snow on Mt. Tallac, 9,875 feet above sea level, is the most conspicuous landmark in the Tahoe region. Color photo by Frasher’s, Inc. Pomona, Calif.
594Emerald Bay, midway on the south shore of Lake Tahoe, is about three miles in length and a half mile wide. Viewed from California State Highway 89, it is one of the most gorgeous lake and mountain views to be had in the United States. Color photo by Frasher’s, Inc. Pomona, Calif.
595Executive Group Reno Newspapers Inc. Photo by Conant Studio.
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