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  • ...own in October 2005. Now the site is used as parking for the nearby office buildings. The firehouse was demolished between October 14th and 18th, 2005. Here are some photos of the carnage.
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  • The '''First Presbyterian Church''' is a historic church in [[Carson City]]. It is located at 110 N. Nevada Street, at the corner of King and Nevada. [[Orion Clemens|Orion]] was a Presbyterian, organized a fundraiser in 1864 that the structure could be completed.
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  • of a previous orphanage that had burned in a fire. It was demolished in 1963 when it was deemed obsolete by the state. ...tate's job, so they authorized a State Orphan's Home to be built in Carson City. [[Ormsby County]] donated ten acres on Fifth Street just west of Stewart,
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  • ...l 4, 1931, when a new furnace malfunctioned. The site is now part of the [[Carson Nugget]]'s parking lot. ...wain]] lectures and, of course, opera. But that house was short-lived, and in 1888 it had to be removed to make way for the [[Paul Laxalt State Building|
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  • ...e west side between Spear and Robinson. It was built in 1877 and torn down in 1966. ...Street at Robinson. They named it the Corbett House, and it became one of Carson's prominent hotels.
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