Virginia City

Tags: birothbuilding , stmaryschurch , virginiacity

Date of photo: 1930s

Photographer: Unknown

Source : Facebook: Nevada Armored Transport, Inc. 1946-1984

Available Sizes: 1024x653 | 1583x1011

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Description

A view of Virginia City, looking north from a spot along C Street. St. Mary's Church is in the distance to the right. The building in the center is the Biroth Building, which collapsed on February 28, 1940. That site is now the Storey County Sheriff's Office.

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Date Uploaded: January 24, 2023

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb7804752322928673

Contributor: Nevada Armored Transport, Inc. 1946-1984 on Facebook

Source: Facebook: Nevada Armored Transport, Inc. 1946-1984

Source URL: https://www.facebook.com/NevadaArmoredTransport/photos/a.1830195527051079/7804752322928673/

Source Caption: Virginia City, Nevada, some 20 miles southeast of Reno, is the ghost of a once prosperous mining town of 40,000 in the roaring days of the Comstock Lode. Historic structures which have survived fire and storm for 70 years are Storey County Courthouse, Piper's Opera House, and beautiful St. Mary's-in-the-Mountains Church.
RPPC from the Union Oil Company's Natural Color Scenes of the West c. 1945

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