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Hotel Mapes Demolition

Truckee River

Date of photo: 1950s
Photographer: Walt Mulcahy

Source: Facebook: Phillip L. Sublett‎

Tags: downtownreno, hotelmapes, majestictheater, reno, truckeeriver,

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A side view of the Mapes is seen rising above the Truckee River and the Center Street Bridge. To the right of the Mapes is the Majestic Theater.


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Date Uploaded: January 29, 2017

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb10206339810485828

Contributor: Phillip L. Sublett‎ on Facebook

Source: Facebook: Phillip L. Sublett‎

Source URL: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10206339810485828&set=gm.410189189188857&type=3&theater

Source Caption: While the Mapes Hotel in Reno looks like a giant cube in most photos from Virginia Street, this photo from around 1952 shows the back of the Mapes as seen from the Truckee River, revealing its hollow, L-shape. [Photo by Walt Mulcahy, from the book "Reno: The Biggest Little City in the World"]

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