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Emerald Bay Cabins

Emerald Bay Cabins

Photographer: Oliver Peter

Source: Facebook: Stephen Gennerich

Tags: emeraldbay, laketahoe,

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At Emerald Bay on Lake Tahoe, these cabins used to sit on the shore. William Armstrong operated these cabins from the late 1800s until Vikingsholm Castle was built in 1929. The steamer Tallac is stopped at the pier.


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Date Uploaded: May 30, 2020

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb3704223479650571

Contributor: Stephen Gennerich on Facebook

Source: Facebook: Stephen Gennerich

Source URL: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=3704223479650571&set=gm.1355754817965618&type=3&theater&ifg=1

Source Caption: The photo is William Armstrong's cabins in Emerald Bay taken around 1891. The steamer is Lucky Baldwin's TALLAC which after having some fire damage was repaired renamed the Nevada When it became part of D.L.Bliss' fleet. To the left of the photo Lora Knight will build Vikingsholm in 1928. (Oliver Peter) (Peter Goin's Emerald Bay)

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