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Carson Mall Aerial

Downtown Carson City

Date of photo: 1958
Photographer: Unknown

Source: Flickr

Tags: arlingtonhotel, carsoncity, carsonnugget, carsonstreet, downtowncc, eaglemarket, kitzmeyersdrugs, luckyspur, pineconecafe, postcard, senatorcafe, sprousereitz, timsliquorhouse,

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This shot shows Carson Street looking north from Musser. It's a busy day and several cars are driving in both directions. There is parallel parking allowed along the street.

On the left is Kitzmeyer's Drug, and the Sprouse Reitz next door. The Eagle Market building on the corner has a Standard Stations sign on the roof, pointing to a filling station across the street. There's also a sign for Tim's Liquor House, with the red 'X' advertising Lucky Lager beer.

Past that is the Silver Spur, with its sign dominating downtown. Past that is a mash of buildings, with the red brick of the Arlington Hotel standing out.

On the other side of the street the Nugget's prospector sign can be seen in the distance, and the sign for the Pine Cone Cafe. At the far right is sign for the Senator Cafe at the corner.


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Date Uploaded: November 8, 2008

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on Friday, January 25, 2013 at 09:14 AM

I'm looking for photos/information on the Bandanna Drive Inn, Carson City. I think it opened early 1950s and closed mid 1950s.

You have some great pictures here. Thank you.

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