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Date of photo: November 24, 1961
Photographer: Unknown

Source: Facebook: Old Reno

Tags: casazzabuilding, downtownreno, nevadastatebuilding, parkweddingchapel, reno,

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From left to right, the Nevada State Building, the Casazza Building, and Park Wedding Chapel in downtown Reno. The State Building was located at the corner of Virginia and State Street. Built in 1926, this building housed the Nevada Historical Society, Nevada National Guard, Washoe County Library, and an auditorium. As well as being a popular gathering place and social hub for Reno. In 1966 it was demolished to make way for the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts. The other two buildings were located across State Street and survived into the 2000s.


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Date Uploaded: January 19, 2022

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Contributor: Old Reno on Facebook

Source: Facebook: Old Reno

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

Source Caption: Near the intersection of South Virginia Street and State Street around November 24, 1961, are, from left, the State Building, the Casazza Building, and Park Wedding Chapel.

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