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Elrod’s Hay Yard

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Source: Facebook: Steve Frady

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Elrod’s Hay Yard, reportedly located at the corner of Telegraph and Carson Streets. It was possibly on the land later occupied by the Post Office/Laxalt Building.


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Date Uploaded: December 7, 2020

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb2784946498448757

Contributor: Steve Frady on Facebook

Source: Facebook: Steve Frady

Source URL: https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=2784946498448757&set=gm.3578326598899447

Source Caption: A little snow in Carson City. Photo identified as Elrod’s Hay Yard in 1891. The hay yard and corral at the corner of Telegraph and Carson Streets was the result of a partnership between William D. Keyser and E.R. Elrod. Keyser & Elrod also owned a nearby ranch. Elrod resided at the corner of Plaza and Telegraph Streets, while Keyser resided at the Corner of Second and Plaza Streets, according to the 1868-69 Nevada Directory.

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