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Justice of the Peace, Virginia City

Date of photo: May 24th, 1941
Photographer: James R. Farrar

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Thanks to Max Farrar


This photo of the Justice of the Peace at the Storey County Courthouse was taken by James Farrar in the autumn of 1941, He was in town to get married, and he and his bride tied the knot at the Justice of the Peace office here.

James passed away in 1982. His son Max scanned these photos, which were taken on Dufaycolor film, one of the early color film stocks for amateur photographers.


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Date Uploaded: August 22, 2009

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Contributor: Max Farrar


on Saturday, January 1, 2011 at 01:37 PM

I visited the Storey County Courthouse last summer and found out that the date of the marriage was 24th May 1941. If this man is the Justice of the Peace, his name is William P. Pollard.

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