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Pioneer Statue

Date of photo: November 24, 1961
Photographer: Unknown

Source: Facebook: Old Reno

Tags: downtownreno, humanitystatue, nevadastatebuilding, reno,

Available Sizes: 800x538 | 1024x689 | 1952x1314


A statue of a pioneer family stands in front of the Nevada State Building in downtown Reno. The statue is named "Humanity", and it was preserved when the State Building was demolished in 1966. The statue was placed in front of the theater that was later built on this site. The theater was named the Pioneer Center in honor of the statue.


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Date Uploaded: February 6, 2022

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb2628819794077447

Contributor: Old Reno on Facebook

Source: Facebook: Old Reno

Source URL: https://www.facebook.com/OldReno/posts/2628854457407314

Source Caption: Around November 24, 1961, the Pioneer Statue stands in front of the State Building, at 100 South Virginia Street.

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