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Photographer: Unknown

Source: USC Digital Archive

Tags: carsoncity, chinatown,


A look at Carson City's Chinatown, probably in the 1930s. By then Chinatown was run-down and strewn with weeds, and most residents had moved out. The whole neighborhood was razed in the 1940s. This view shows several storefronts next to an overgrown ditch. A wooden boardwalk spans the length of the street, with a few wooden planks crossing the ditch.

Chinatown roughly straddled Third Street, extending a couple of blocks east of Stewart.


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Date Uploaded: January 13, 2009

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/chs47330

Source: USC Digital Archive

Source URL: http://digarc.usc.edu/search/controller/view/chs-m21884.html

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