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Date of photo: 1939
Photographer: Burton Frasher
The view of downtown Carson City seems focused mainly on the wonderful sign on the south side of the Marjorie May Restaurant-Confectionery. But there's plenty more to see here. On the far left is the Arlington Hotel, and beyond that the U.S. Mint at Robinson. But look at all the signs in the center of the photo, on the block between Spear and Robinson. Fountain Restaurant, Larry Moore's Coffee Shop, Frigidaire, Standard Oil, Old Corner Bar, Coca Cola, Chism Ice Cream, and way in the distance the Carson Theater, on the other side of Robinson. A few people seem to be headed into Larry's Moore's for lunch.
This whole block has been wiped out for the monolithic Carson Nugget in recent years.
Date Uploaded: January 18, 2009
Source: California Digital Library
Source URL: http://content.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt2q2nc3s4/
Source Caption: Title: Street Scene, Historic Mint Building in Distance, Carson City, Nevada Creator: Burton Frasher Sr. 1888-1955 Publisher: Pomona Public Library Date: 1939 Type: Photographic Postcard Identifier: F146 Language: eng Relation: Frasher Foto/Digital Acquisitions Project
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