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Hazen Saloons

Date of photo: June 24, 1905
Photographer: Lubkin

Source: National Archives

Tags: hazen,

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A look at the saloons of Hazen, from 1905. Establishments include the Shamrock Saloon, Joe Dempsey's Place, the Hazen Chop House, Mike Hollarn's Place, and Everybody's Saloon.

Hazen was a railroad town located northwest of Fallon. This was the transfer point between the Southern Pacific's Transcontinental Railroad, and the Nevada & California Railway, which in 1905 was hauling large amounts of gold and silver out of Tonopah and Goldfield.


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Date Uploaded: January 1, 2008

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/west187

Source: National Archives

Source URL: http://www.archives.gov/research/american-west/index.html#instit

Source Caption: "Saloons and disreputable places of Hazen [Nev.] June 24, 1905." By Lubkin. 115-JQ-390

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