Historic Map - Reno, NV - 1907

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View of Reno, Washoe County, N.V., 1907 / drawn & published by G. T. Brown.

This panoramic print of Reno, Nevada was drawn and published by Grafton Tyler Brown, La Place Co. in 1907. The Truckee River Valley was an important agricultural farming region that restored westward traveler’s supplies in their travels to the western frontier. Reno became a marketing center for western settlers.

In 1871, Reno became the county seat of Washoe County. The next year many new settlers arrived on a new extension of the Virginia & Truckee Railroad.

Nevada’s quest for gold ended in the early 1900's when an abundance of Silver was discovered.

The map, advertising the Overland Trust and Realty Co., successors to the Overland Banking Realty Co., shows labeled streets, buildings, waterways and railroad route. It features border photographs or illustrations of the following:

  • Washoe County Bank. Capital fully paid, $500,000. Surplus fund, $175,000. Deposits, $2,750,000.
  • Nevada Hardware & Supply Co. Geo. W. Mapes, Pres.; H. J. Darling, Vice Pres.; A. H. Manning, 2nd Vice Pres.; C. L. James, Secy.; Washoe County Bank, Treas.; 211-215 Sierra St.
  • Nevada Engineering Works.
  • Reno Brewing Co., Inc. Makers of the famous Sierra Beer.
  • Nevada Packing Co.
  • Riverside Hotel. F. J. Gosse, Manager.
  • Nevada Sheet Metal Works. All kinds of Sheet Metal Work, Cornices, Skylights, etc.
  • Riverside Mill Co. Gold Medal and Blue Ribbon Flour. East and Second Sts.
  • Flanigan Warehouse Co. Wholesale dealers in various supplies.
  • Reno Mill & Lumber Co. East Fourth St. Lumber and Building Material; all kinds of fine Mill Work.
  • T. S. McKinley Co. Pianos, Talking Machines, Musical Instruments of all kinds. Sheet Music.
  • Western Marble & Granite Co. Stone Cutters and Makers of all kinds of Monumental Work.
  • Nevada State University. One of the leading Educational Institutions of the West.
  • The People’s Store. A. W. Plummer Co., Inc. Reno, Goldfield, Fallon.
  • Nevada Loan & Trust Co. Savings and Investments, First Mortgages 8 per cent int.
  • The Nixon National Bank. U. S. Depository, Capital, One Million Dollars. Geo. S. Nixon, Pres.; Geo. F. Turrittin, Vice Pres.; F. M. Lee, Cashier; R. C. Turrittin, Asst. Cashier.
  • Humphrey Supply Co. Wholesale and Retail Butchers and Grocers.
  • Nevada State Journal. The only Metropolitan Newspaper in the Gold State.
  • W. B. Thomas, Mines and Mining. Largest and best equipped mining office in the State. Mines examined, Ores Assayed.
  • Porteous Decorative Co. Wall Paper, Paints, Glass and Oils. Surveyor Instruments and Supplies. Blue Printing.
  • Reno Evening Gazette Building. Home of the Greatest Paper in Nevada.
  • Lindgreen Paint Co. Painting, Paper-Hanging, Decorating, Signs. 30-34 Douglas.
  • Nevada Printing and Stationery Co.
  • Stagg Inn. A Gentleman’s Resort.
  • The Palace Dry Goods House. Reno’s Popular Trading Place, in all kinds of Ladies’ Goods.
  • Reno Wholesale Liquor Store. Sole Agents Sunny Brook Whiskey, Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, and celebrated Wines and Brandies.
  • Reno Stock & Bond Exchange and Nevada Commercial League.
  • Nevada U. S. Fence Co. J. Burrus, Pres.; J. F. Condon, Vice Pres.; W. T. Boyd, Sec. and Mgr.; Nixon National Bank, Treas. Farm, Field and Railroad Fence, Coiled Spring Wire, etc.
  • Donnels & Steinmetz. Carpets, Furniture, etc. Sierra and Second Sts.
  • Hotel Imperial. Mrs. F. W. Selfredge, Prop. Most Elegantly Furnished Rooms in Nevada. Second and Sierra Sts.

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