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Lake Mansion

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Source: Facebook: Leo Horishny

Tags: lakemansion, reno,

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The Lake Mansion was the home of Myron Lake, one of Reno's founders. It used to be located in downtown Reno, but in 1971 it was in danger of demolition, so it was moved to this spot, next to the Convention Center at the corner of Kietzke and South Virginia. The house stayed here for several decades. In 2004 it was moved back downtown, to the corner of Arlington and Court Streets.


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Date Uploaded: January 14, 2024

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb2249677065220954

Contributor: Leo Horishny on Facebook

Source: Facebook: Leo Horishny

Source URL: https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=2249677065220954&set=gm.10160518146598517&idorvanity=276615248516

Source Caption: A picture of Lake Mansion on Kietzke and S Virginia. FYI, the traffic signal in the background is basically where Olive Garden is now. From 1976 or ‘77, before I moved away and when that traffic light was the last before Carson City!

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