1 Carson City Chamber of Commerce News & Views 1900 S. Carson Street Sunday, May 22, 2016 News & Views is an advertising-supported supplement from the Carson City Chamber of Commerce. Opinions expressed are those of the author. Letters are welcome: Redesigning Blue Line map a labor of LOVE There are some people so artistically talented, you wonder whether you were at the end of the line when talents were passed out. One such amazingly talented artist residing in our city deserving to be recognized for her incredible talents note the s is Debbie Lynn Ottinger who has lived in Carson City since 2009, relocating from Montana to accept a job in the Carson City ublic Works Department as a Civil Engineering Designer. I first saw Deb s work when checking out the whimsical map she created for our parks and recreation department to showcase the attractions and parking venues for the Fair held at Fuji ark last August. So, impressed was I with her art, that I called the parks department to find out who the artist was, for I had a potential project I wished to discuss with her. From the beginning, Deb and I hit it off. The project I wanted done was to update and recreate a friendlier version of our Kit Carson Blue Line Trail map. She took to that like a duck to water and spent many hours researching, photographing and getting to know our unique little historic district before committing her sketches to paper. Her everyday job is centered on designing streets, water systems, sewer lines and underground utilities. She also surveys. If you are not into engineering, this doesn t sound particularly artistic, but she declares she finds it creative. Though not formally schooled in engineering design, Deb did attend art school and learned engineering design from the ground up at her first job in 1984 for an engineering firm in Arizona and since she can draw, she was able to translate those talents into drafting stating, Anyone who can draw can draft. When not creating the unseen underground systems we take for granted, Deb spends time in the art studio she created in her garage and lets her creative mind and hands take over. She tells us, Engineering design lets me use the left side (logical) of my brain and working on my art, allows me to use the right side (creative) and that keeps me well-balanced. Using both sides of her brain allows her to create art in a number of different mediums including metal art, sculpture in various metals and wood, glass etching, leather design and whatever just might suit her fancy. For the past 25 years, her airbrushed designs have graced motorcycles, helmets, leather jackets, wall hangings, and more. She has the patience to pinstripe anything and is an accomplished artist in oils, watercolors and more. Her artistic talent is obvious from the moment you enter her well-designed yard. To knock on her door, you must first walk over her mosaic entrance created in marble that showcases the front door. When asked what medium she prefers, Deb replied, Right now, I am enjoying using my chain saw to create bears out of scraps of wood. Chain saw? When asked how she knew she could do that, she laughingly stated, you can learn anything on YouTube. Well, you have to have some talent and knowhow in the first place to even think you can create art with a chainsaw! Her overall philosophy of life is Never be afraid to try something new. That is evident in everything she has done in her life to date. She created Jungle Designs in 1979 after closing her plant rental business and has been a working artist most of her Artist Deb holds her best friend and critic Jezebel while showing off her art work space. What makes this place so wonderful is the people, the endless array of things to do and the wonderful outdoors... Debbie Lynn Ottinger life. Most of her commissions have come through word-ofmouth and her website How does she feel about living in Carson City? What makes this place so wonderful is the people, the endless array of things to do and the wonderful outdoors where Jezebel (her short-haired Chihuahua) and I can explore. Already impressed with Carson City s history, she embraced the map project stating, I loved learning so much more about this incredibly historic city and about the people who once occupied these beautiful homes. DeLongchamps designed our most historic buildings The Heroes Memorial Building is one of the three buildings designed by DeLongchamps that continues to give our city character and a link to our history. It is part of the State Office of the Attorney General. Unless you are into architecture, it s not often likely you ll wonder about the architect who may have designed a building that catches your attention. Some of Carson City s finest buildings that give our city character and a historic flavor were designed by Frederic DeLongchamps, who was asked in 1919 to serve as the official State Architect the only person to hold that title until the position was abolished in A Reno native, born on June 2, 1882 and a 1904 graduate of UNR, DeLongchamps had no formal training, starting as a draftsman for the U.S. Surveyor and is considered to be one of the most prolific architects in the state. His hands-on training came from working with a San Francisco architect to rebuild structures devastated by the earthquake of Upon returning to Reno, he was commissioned to design the Washoe County Courthouse that led to designing an additional nine courthouses along with the Reno ost Office now being converted into retail space. His structures in Carson City include the government buildings across the street from the State Capitol that were the Heroes Memorial Building, Supreme Court and Ormsby County Courthouse, now the offices of the Attorney General. He also designed the former Carson City Justice Court but built to originally house the Bell Telephone Company - at the corner of Carson and Telegraph Streets that is reputed to be one-of-a-kind and unique to Carson City. He also designed the legislative wings of the capitol when the legislature outgrew the second floor of the capitol. His buildings are readily recognized once you become aware of his architectural style comprising art deco and classical styles. Many of his works are now listed on the National Register of Historic laces. DeLongchamps died in 1969 leaving a long legacy of his works all over, northern California and more. It is fitting we honor this great architect on the anniversary of his 134th birthday. Yet another reason to be #Carsonroud!
2 CARSON CHAMBER NEWS & VIEWS Student Golf Camps June July Beginner & Intermediate classes Students divided by age (5 thru 17) and abilities Limited space available - ayment secures your enrollment Call or visit Silver Oak Golf Course for Camp Information and application Golf Course & Executive Conference Center 1251 Country Club Drive, Carson City Like us on Facebook silveroakgolf.com Carson City Chamber presents... RIMARY CANDIDATES FORUM Tuesday, May 24, 6 M BAC erformance Hall A FREE Event! Candidates for Carson City Mayor Candidates for Assembly District 40 Continuing our #Carson roud Series: 2.5 miles of history along Carson City s Kit Carson Blue Line Trail Many come through our doors asking for information on the historic downtown. The AAA Tour Guide lists the 2.5-mile Kit Carson Blue Line Trail as one of the top attractions in Carson City. The revised and updated Carson City Historic Blue Line Map was created by the very talented Deb Lynn Ottinger who undertook the challenge to reformulate and update the original Blue Line map created in the mid 1990 s to celebrate Carson City s unique historic homes. Many longtime residents still refer to these home by names instead of address. As was fitting for our city, the heart of, the West Side Historic District was placed on the National ark Service National Register of Historic laces in 2011 and borders the sections between Mountain Street to the west, Carson Street to the east, Fifth Street to the south and W. Robinson to the north though there are some interesting houses found a bit to the north of W. Robinson located a bit out of the walking district. So historic is our city that the National ark Service has designated 44 local sites on their register. Note many of the homes and government buildings were built from the sandstone quarried by prisoners from the now decommissioned State rison, built in While the Kit Carson Blue Line trail can be accessed at any point, we suggest the start of your historic tour begin with a visit to the wonderful U.S Mint/ State Museum where you will receive an overview of the uniqueness of this state and Carson City s contribution to the overall state history. On this map, you will note the ghostly symbol denoting the possibility of a spirit still in residence if you believe that sort of thing! Notice most of the front doors homes within the historic district face the capitol. This was at the behest of founder Abram Curry who also declared streets at that time to be 60 feet wide to allow horses and wagons to turn around within the street. Also notice, the horse tethers and concrete blocks used to allow passengers to gracefully enter or exit their buggies or carriages. Many of our streets are named after our founders. If you see a historical marker in front of the home, stop for a minute to read it. Those of you from the upper East Coast or Midwest will recognize much of the architecture since many of our early residents emigrated from those areas. Some of the homes are still occupied by ghostly presences that just never wanted to leave Carson City Appeal Sunday, May 22, 2016 A17 -and may be buried in our historic Lone Mountain Cemetery - and these stubborn ghosts are noted on the map using a ghostly symbol. There is plenty of parking in the downtown as noted on the map. The ghostly research came from the book, Haunted Carson City by Janet Jones and is available for purchase at the Chamber gift shop, 1900 S. Carson Street at the entrance to the NV State RR Museum. The homes are not open for public viewing since they are owner occupied or places of business. You will have to be content to just admire the outside while reading this historical vignette or listening in to the narrative found on the free app produced by the Carson City Visitors Bureau found at download-app/. NR denotes National Register of Historical laces. Enjoy your leisurely walk in this historic city, the true heart of. Though Carson City is the one of the oldest city in, Genoa declares itself as the first settlement in the Utah Territory and was established in 1851, approximately the same time as the settlement of Dayton. Carson City was founded in 1858 and Virginia City was founded in Reno was founded 10 years after Carson City in DON T LET THE ORANGE CONES INTIMIDATE YOU! Now, more than ever, the businesses downtown need your support as the city center undergoes a major transformation. It is business as usual for them. We want them to thrive and survive, and you are the key to their survival. As there always has been, there s plenty of parking on the side streets. THE DOWNTOWN BUSINESSES ARECIATE YOUR SUORT!
3 A18 Sunday, May 22, 2016 Appeal CARSON CHAMBER NEWS & VIEWS 7 Governor's Mansion (1909) W. Robinson St. Rickey (1870) 8 6 Krebs-eterson (1914) Robinson (1874) W. King St. W Mountain St. S Carson City's history is proudly displayed along the historic N Blue Line Trail Blueline Tour Trail arking Lot Ghostly resence Bender (1870) E Some of these historic homes have ghostly tales to tell Bliss (1879) W. Caroline St. Governor John Jones (1891) W. Spear St. Elizabeth St. W. Telegraph St. W. Musser St. Lee (1906) Edwards (1883) (1983) Begin the Blue Line Trail tour at Thompson St hillips St. 17 Clemons Clemens (1864) Stewart-Nye (1860) W. Second St. W. Third St. W. Fourth St. W. Fifth St. 1. U.S. Mint/ State Museum 101 N. Carson Street. Built between , Carson City s founding father, Abraham Curry, served as the Superintendent of Construction for this first building designed by Alfred B. Mullett, the supervising architect to the U.S. Treasury Department. Mullett subsequently designed a number of federal government buildings in Washington D.C. This was the first federal building built in. Curry later became the first superintendent of the Mint. and the sandstone used to build the Mint came from Curry s quarry. The first coin minted here was the Liberty Dollar on February 11, 1870 and coins today bearing the CC mark are highly collectible. There have been a number of additions to this building over the years to accommodate the expansion of the original mint and the subsequent museum. This is a family-friendly museum featuring a ghost town, mine, various exhibits and the Under One Sky exhibit showcasing the region s Native Americans. (NR 1975) It is thought Abe Curry s ghost still occupies the building and could be inhabiting the ghost town within the museum or perhaps it is the man who was killed there? We suggest you first walk up W. Robinson Street to view the various architecture. 2. Bliss Bungalow-John McGregor Chartz House, 408 W. Robinson, was built in 1913 and was the home of John Chartz (b.1889 in Virginia City), Carson City District Attorney and Chief of the Carson Volunteer Fire Department for 20 years, and his family including three children. The arts and crafts style home was occupied by son Jimmy Chartz until his passing in 1999, and is now a self-catered bed and breakfast inn. Fully restored, it has much of the original fir floors, pine moldings and high ceilings found in that era. It is written a number of spirits still reside here including the departed Jimmy, two sisters and their cousin and a gruff older man who dislikes being bothered. The basement, apparently, is full of spirits flying around. 3. Yerington House, 512 N. Division Street, was built in Henry M. Yerington, mining, lumber and railroad baron, bought the home in Yerington is one of the builders of the famous V&T Railroad that served Virginia City from Carson 20 3 Minnesota St. Bliss Bungalow (1913) 15 St. eter's (1868) W. roctor St. United Methodist (1865) 16 Carson Brewing Company (1864) 2 Division St. Yerington (1863) 9 Chartz (1876) 11 resbyterian (1864) Ferris (1869) St. Former U.S. Mint, State Museum (1869) Brougher-Bath (1904) Curry (1871) Rinckel (1876) Curry St. Cactus Jack's Casino Justice Court (1935) S. Carson St. County Courthouse (1920) Former Supreme Court & State Library (1936) Heroes Memorial (1921) Rob McFadden laza St. Charles- Muller Hotel (1862) City. He was president of the Carson & Colorado Railroad and it is reported he was president of sixteen different companies. He also was very influential in state politics. Note the arched windows prominent in the solarium that could have been patterned after a railroad observation car. The city of Yerington NV is named in his honor. 4. Governor John Edward Jones Home, 503 W. Robinson, was built in 1891 and is being lovingly restored after years of neglect. Jones was born in Wales and emigrated to Iowa with his family. He came to in 1869 settling in Eureka and organized the Militia in 1876, serving as Major. He was appointed Deputy Internal Revenue Collector in He was the Silver arty candidate for Governor in 1894 and won making him s 8th governor. In 1895, he took a leave of absence to battle cancer of which he died at the age of 55 in San Francisco on April 10, His remains are buried in Lone Mountain Cemetery. Notice the incredible ornamental fretwork thought to be added in later years. 5. Bender House, 707 W. Robinson, was built in 1870 by George Nourse, s first Attorney General and a signer on s first constitution. John Bender, a banker and agent for the Virginia & Truckee Railroad purchased the 3,000 sq. ft. home in The home was later purchased by J.T. Davis, a former Carson City mayor and superintendent of the railroad. The front porch you see today along with the bay windows was added by Mr. Davis. The home was later purchased by Archie ozzi, Sr. who owned the ozzi Motor Company, the largest Ford Dealership in the state at that time. The ghosts here are said to be women who seem to love to cook and when the owners come home, they often smell something cooking although there is no pot on the stove. 6. Bliss Mansion, 608 Elizabeth Street, was completed in 1879 and was the home of the Duane L. Bliss family. Bliss was a lumber magnate who started the Tahoe Timber and Fluming Company to furnish the timber needed to build the mines in Virginia City. The flume was built to transport lumber from Lake Tahoe to the Carson City lumber yard and then put on his railroad to transport to Virginia City. (There is a historic marker located behind the Office Depot at Carson & Fairview Street denoting the site of the former yard). Bliss was quite the entrepreneur and had his fingers in many pies. The home is built with Lake Tahoe lumber and is considered one of the most historic and elegant homes in the district. The fittings Continuing North The V&T Depot (1872) For more historic buildings North, see listing START Nugget Casino Former ost Office (1891) Commission on Tourism City Hall Kit Carson laza St. 28 Supreme Court (1992) Fall St. State Kegislature Legislature (1970) Continuing South State Railroad Museum State Capitol (1871) Legislative ark Stewart St. For more historic buildings East, see listing Valley St. D Lynn O 2016 and fixtures are made of the silver mined in Virginia City. This was quite the party home and the windows were built flush to the floor to allow the guests to move freely between the house and porch. The third floor was once a ballroom and it is said the children often roller skated there. sychics have indicated there are multiple ghosts here from former revelers to those buried under the home, once an Indian campsite and burial ground. This mansion is reputed to be one of the most haunted mansions in our city. 7. Governor s Mansion, 600 N. Mountain Street, was completed in was proclaimed a territory in 1861 and became a state in 1864; therefore, earlier governors purchased or rented homes within the historic district. The beautiful lot was purchased for $10.00 from neighbor Mrs. T. B. Rickey. It was designed by Reno architect George A. Ferris and built for $22,700. The first governor to occupy the home was Acting Governor Denver Dickerson and his family. His daughter June was the only child ever born in this home. It was renovated in The beautiful backyard is often used for parties and concerts open to the public. (NR 1976) Some claim the ghost of June still runs down the stairs and the old grandfather clock on the first floor is haunted emitting cold gusts. 8. Krebs-etersen House, 500 N. Mountain Street, was completed in 1914 and its primary claim to fame is that this was the boarding house used in John Wayne s last movie released in 1976, The Shootist. Dr. Krebs was a respected surgeon, physician and pharmacist and believed in holistic medicines. He received national recognition for his role in abating the flu epidemic that hit Carson City by administering sacred herbs used by the Washoe Indians to save his patients. In 1918, Krebs sold the home to Edward and Julia etersen, an employee of the V&T Railroad and two term state controller. If you look up to the second floor, just above the porch, you may see the ghostly apparition of a woman watching you! 9. Orion Clemens House, 502 N. Division, was the home of the brother of Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain), completed in 1864 when became a state. In 1860, Orion was appointed secretary of the Territory of by resident Abraham Lincoln. He also served as Acting Governor when Governor James Nye was traveling outside the territory. This... continued on next page
4 CARSON CHAMBER NEWS & VIEWS Appeal Sunday, May 22, 2016 A19 The Blue Line Trail tour... from previous page house was often referred to as the Governor s Mansion. Orion s wife Mollie and daughter Jennie joined him in 1862, relocating from Iowa. Brother Sam often lived with his brother when he was in Carson City reporting for the Territorial Enterprise. In January of 1864, beloved Jennie died of spotted fever and it is said her ghost can still be seen swinging on the back porch swing. Little Jennie was a devoted resbyterian and the church ladies of the First resbyterian Church today still tend to her grave at Lone Mountain Cemetery. Hers is the one with all the quaint teacups. (NR 1979) 10. Brougher-Bath Mansion, 204 W. Spear, was completed in It was the home of mining tycoon and owner of the long gone Arlington Hotel that once sat across the street on what is now the parking lot for the Carson Nugget. There have only been four owners of this property, the second one was Ernest Bath, Carson City s postmaster, who purchased the home in The third owner was Carlita Ray who lovingly restored the Queen Anne style home in The current owners are using the home for their businesses. Ray states ghosts once there left after the remodel, seemingly content the neglected house was back to its former glory. (NR 1980) 11. Alfred Chartz House, 412 N., was built in 1876, and was home to attorney Alfred Chartz who was born in Canada. He was a noted journalist and a pioneer of the state. He was the president of the Oest Mining Company and a director of the Bullion Exchange Bank of Carson City. He and wife Emma had four children. His son John owned the Bliss Bungalow. 12. Abraham Curry Home, 406 N., was completed in 1871, and was the home of Carson City Founder Abe Curry. Abe originally wanted to purchase land in Genoa, but found the land to be too expensive to build his general store, thus he decided to go north to build his own town with partners Benjamin Green, Frank roctor and John Musser. His plan was to create a capital city and his Carson City remains the capital to this day. Abe was the first Superintendent of the US Mint and owned the Warm Springs Hotel, the site of his sandstone quarry, that later became the Territorial rison for which he served as the first warden. Many of the homes in Carson City were built out of Curry s sandstone including this home. Though Curry was quite the entrepreneur, he died penniless and his wife turned this beautiful home into a boarding house to meet expenses. His daughter later turned the home into a private school. It is thought Curry still paces the home. He s an active ghost rambling the Mint and this house simultaneously! (NR 1987). 13. Dr. S. L. Lee House, 340 N. Minnesota, was built in 1906 on a lot once occupied by the Central School. When the school was demolished, local surgeon Dr. Simeon L. Lee, purchased the property and divided it into two lots selling it to Carson Valley rancher, H.H. Springmeyer. Dr. Lee became the Secretary of State Board of Health and State Health Officer. He lived in this house until his death in 1927 and later the home was sold to Judge Clark Guild, the organizer of the first Day arade in Lee is buried in Lone Mountain Cemetery. 14. Edwards House, 204 N. Minnesota, was built in 1883 and was owned by Sheriff Thomas Edwards who went on to become the county clerk in 1868, a position he held until He then was appointed Deputy Federal Clerk, resigning to become Clerk of the Court. He died in 1921 and six years after his death, the house was sold to Clara Anderson who employed a Native American housekeeper who kept the house so clean that even after Clara s death and subsequent sale of the home, the ghost of the housekeeper continued to clean the home so stated by the subsequent owners. The piano remained with the home and is reported to never need to be dusted. Mrs. Anderson is reported to be seen in her rocking chair in the kitchen. 15. St. eters Episcopal Church, 314 N. Division St., was completed in 1868 and is the oldest Episcopal church still in use in today. The architectural style is Carpenter Gothic and similar in style to many churches found in New England. The cost to build the church was $5,500. The Rev. George B. Allen delivered the first sermon on August 8, The stained glass window in the front belfry was a gift from England and endured the trek by sea around Cape Horn to San Francisco and was then delivered by wagon to Carson City. The interior represents the upside down hull of a ship and is the only Episcopal church west of the Mississippi River without a center aisle to the altar. (NR 1978) 16. First United Methodist Church, 200 N. Division Street, was completed in 1865 out of the sandstone quarried from our state prison. The first pastor was Reverend Warren Nims. 17. Stewart-Nye House, 108 N. Minnesota, was built in 1860 by William Stewart, a prominent lawyer and the s first U.S. Senator. He sold the home to James Nye, Governor of the Territory. It is considered to be the oldest surviving house in Carson City and once served as the rectory of St. Teresa s, now the Brewery Arts erformance Hall. The house is once again occupied by lawyers, coming full circle. (NR 1975) 18. First resbyterian Church, 110 N., was completed the year became a state, 1864, and is the oldest church in the city. It is said Mark Twain was instrumental in getting the church completed after it was started in 1862 and had to stop construction due to lack of funds. Twain used his considerable wit to organize a major fund-raiser. Slated for the wrecking ball in 2006, there was such public outcry, that this important structure was saved using city funds to keep the structure sound. The new church sits across the street. 19. Rinckel Mansion, 102 N. Curry, was built in 1875 and completed in 1876 by butcher Mathias Rinckel for his wife Marcella and six children. This luxurious abode was outfitted with the latest labor-saving devices he found at the 1876 Centennial Exposition in hiladelphia. No expense was spared. San Francisco architect Charles H. Jones designed the Italianate home and employed French craftsmen to build the solid brick residence. Bathtubs were installed here before the White House! The home was occupied by a descendent until The mansion was featured in the movie, The Remarkable Andrew and today is still one of the best remaining examples of high-style Victorian architecture in the American West, according to the National ark Service. Though offices today, daughter, Louise Rinckel, is said to be occupying the home still, offering to serve her ghostly tea. (NR 1975) 20. Carson Brewing Company, 449 W. King Street, has had many reincarnations since it was completed in Still considered to have been s longest operating brewery operated by owner John Wagner to quench the thirst of Virginia City miners. Steam beer was produced here using the pure water from King s Canyon Creek. While serving mostly the local market, five kegs a week were shipped to ns residing in San Francisco who demanded this beer. Sold in 1900 to James Raycraft and Frank Golden, the new owners began to brew lager and named it Tahoe Beer, Famous as the Lake. Expanding their product line, soft drinks and mineral water were made from the Carson Hot Springs. The business was liquidated in 1948 by then owner Arnold Millard, ending the longest-running brewery in the state. It then became home to the Appeal newspaper and through citizen effort was turned into an arts center in 1976 to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the United States. Stop in to see the works of local artists. If you see a man in a yellow checkered suit and bowler hat, that could be Mr. Maars, a former Masonic who was charged with keeping the building orderly during the time the second floor was occupied by the Masonic Lodge between (NR 1978) 21. Ormsby County Courthouse, 198 N. Carson Street, is one of three buildings designed by State Architect Frederic DeLongchamps ( ), who designed over 500 public and commercial buildings. He served as the only state architect, appointed in The courthouse was built between and is a monumental Neo-Classical building. Housed in this building was the Carson City courts, sheriff s office, and four jail cells until 1999 when it was sold to the state for use by the Attorney General. (NR 1987) 22. Supreme Court and Library, 100 N. Carson, one of the three DeLongchamps government buildings on this block, was completed in 1936 and is designed in the Moderne style. Today, this is the office of the Attorney General sandwiched between the twin Ormsby County Courthouse and Heroes Memorial Building. Note in front of the building, the granite fountain presented to Carson City in 1909 by the National Humane Alliance to provide fresh water for horses and pets. (NR 1987) 23. Heroes Memorial Building, 198 N. Carson, was the twin to the Ormsby County Courthouse finished in It, too, was designed by DeLongchamps as a fitting memorial to Soldiers who gave their lives in the services of the United States in the European War. (WW1). This building, too, is part of the Office of the Attorney General. All three buildings give much character to the downtown and balance the State Capitol across the street. (NR 1987) 24. Ferris Mansion, 311 W. Third Street, was finished in 1863 for Mary and Gregory Sears and sold in 1868 to George Washington Gale Ferris, a gentleman farmer and arborist who planted many of Carson City s trees including those surrounding the Capitol. His son, G.W.G. Ferris, Jr. was an engineer and bridge builder and owned his own company in ittsburgh, A. Junior was challenged to build something which would rival the Eiffel Tower for the Chicago World s Columbian Exposition of That something was the world-renown Ferris Wheel. The idea for the Ferris Wheel was thought to come from watching the big wheel turning near the Mexican Mill on the Carson River. The house is haunted by two ghosts: The Bride Ghost who appeared at weddings and a male that some think could be Mr. Ferris. Ferris wore a strong after shave lotion and, to this day, can still be smelled. (NR 1979) 25. St. Charles/Muller Hotel, 302 S. Carson, was constructed in 1862, and was s most elegant hotel and the first stop for the stagecoach that was sometimes driven by Hank Monk, now buried in Lone Mountain Cemetery. Hank was one of the characters featured in Mark Twain s classic, Roughing It. It is one of the oldest remaining commercial buildings in our city. Constructed of two separate buildings, the northern portion was the St. Charles Hotel and the southern section was the Muller Hotel, devoted to housing more of the working-class clientele. It had many reincarnations as restaurant, bar, casino and overall flop house and was known as: 1862 St. Charles Hotel; 1890 Briggs Hotel; 1894; 1910 Golden West Hotel; 1928 Travelers Hotel; 1946 Hotel age; ony Express Hotel and then in 1993 went back to its original name. As with most old buildings, this one was in a major state of disrepair until local citizen Rob McFadden began to rehab it in He proceeded to bring it back to somewhat of its original look and the grand re-opening included famous singer Tony Bennett. Today, the St. Charles houses Jim halan s Firkin & Fox English-style ub. After an extensive remodel, the pub opened in January 2008 and is the historic jewel of Carson City. Today, Third Street has been transformed to a pocket park named after Rob McFadden. Ghosts? You bet! It is reputed to be the most haunted building in the city and during the last remodel, some of the corporate types lived upstairs, stating That hotel is definately haunted, very, very haunted! (NR 1982) 26. Bell Telephone Company, 320 N. Carson, was another great Frederic DeLongchamps design built in 1930 and later became the Carson City Justice Court. For those who appreciate architecture, this is considered an exceptionally fine eriod Revival design and is unique to Carson City. It now serves as attorney/real estate offices. 27. U.S. ost Office/ State Library, 401 N. Carson Street, was constructed between and is the only example of this architectural style within the state. It was designed by U.S. Treasury Architect M. E. Bell and was s second federal building housing the U.S ost Office (until 1971), the Land Office, the Weather Bureau and the U.S. Court. It featured the city s first elevator and the first and only clock tower that still chimes today and is original. The United States District Court for the District of operated here from In 1971, extensive renovation began inside to house the State Library, although the exterior is much the same as it was when originally built. Today the Commission on Tourism is housed here. (NR 1979) 28. State Capitol, 101 N. Carson Street, has served as s capitol since It is built out of native sandstone quarried from the former State rison. As you enter, you will be greeted by the beautiful bronze sculpture created by sculptor Benjamin Victor to honor Native American aiute Sarah Winnemucca, an advocate for the rights of Native Americans. The second floor today, a free self-guided museum housed the Assembly, Senate and the Supreme Court. The legislature met here until 1971 before moving into the new adjacent building The main section was designed by San Francisco architect Joseph Gosling with the side wings later designed by prolific State Architect Frederic DeLongchamps. Though many have declared the dome to be formed of silver, it is not. It was fashioned out of tin painted silver and later during a seismic retrofitting in the late 1970 s, it was fabricated out of fiberglass. The many trees were planted by George Washington Gale Ferris, Sr. and today creates a beautiful urban park within the downtown core. (NR 1975) 29. Statue of Kit Carson, Legislative ark. Be sure to contemplate the statue of our namesake and frontier legend, Kit Carson, as you wander through our urban legislative park. This statue is to honor the frontiersman, guide, Indian agent and American Army officer. He served as a guide for John C. Fremont who named the Carson River in his honor. Kit Carson is said to never have set foot in Carson City and spent most of his time in New Mexico. He died in May 1868 at Fort Lyon, Colorado and is buried along with his third wife in Taos, NM. The statue was unveiled on June 10, 1989 and depicts him tracking his way through the mountains looking for an easy route across the Sierra. Other statues can be found in the Colorado cities of Trinidad, Colorado Springs, and Denver. There is also a Carson City, MI, but this small city was named after our city in 1887 by a former resident Thomas Scott. 30. Supreme Court, Legislative ark, became home to the Supreme Court in In residence are seven justices elected to six year terms. The Court houses the law library and is open to the public. 31. State Legislature, 401 S. Carson Street, was built in 1970 when the legislature outgrew the space within the state capitol. The 63 members (21 in the Senate and 42 in the Assembly) meet for 120 days beginning the first Monday in February every odd-numbered year. Ours is the third smallest bicameral legislature after Alaska (60 members) and Delaware (62 members). The building is open to the public and there is a great gift store on the main floor featuring gifts. This map denotes the most famous homes along the Kit Carson Blue Line Trail. There are many other historic homes within the city. Compiled by Ronni Hannaman, Carson City Chamber of Commerce, 2016.
5 A20 Sunday, May 22, 2016 Appeal TRAVELS with Marilyn Marilyn Foster Travels with Marilyn This is the time of year when thoughts turn to travel. Memorial Day weekend finds many taking to the skies and roads, followed in a few weeks by the families taking advantage of being together during the summer school break. That s all fine, but I prefer to travel when there are less people all vying for the same space in a museum or other attraction and I can leisurely wander through towns without getting jostled. I like to take my time to look at as much as I can and absorb what I am seeing. When I go to the Louvre in aris, I want to be able to study the famous picture of Mona Lisa and not wait in a line for a 2-second glimpse. Sometimes, though, you have to travel in the summer. In mid-august I will be traveling with six others from this area on a Norwegian Coastal Voyage after visiting the Scandinavian Capitals. There s a small window of opportunity for good weather in this part of the world. Can t wait to pack my bags. But, first, I will be going back to my childhood home in Nebraska to see family. Though I know it is just barely coming into the summer season, I want to remind you of the wonderful holiday break the Chamber is offering Christmas in London! When you read the itinerary, you will want to go for certain. I can t think of a more appropriate place to be during the holidays enjoying a Dickens Christmas and a Christmas High Tea at Harrod s. Book that before it s all gone. Christmas is not that far away! If you love tulips, there s no better place to see the largest variety of tulips in the world than in the land of tulips Holland. There s an amazing offer right now that if you book by June 23rd, you ll receive $500 off per person. That s no small piece of change! If you can get through the hassle of having to fly these days, the end journey is well worth it when you arrive at your destination. Long gone are the days when flying was exciting and pleasant. Forget those days. It s become one long line after another beginning at airport check-in and unless you fly first-class, you are schmushed in coach seating with barely enough room to sit comfortably, no matter how small you are. And, no matter how great the tour operator is, they can t control the airlines and all we can do is grin and bear it and zone out or bring a good novel. When you think about it, though, it is still pretty amazing to be able to fly almost anywhere in the world within a day. The Chamber is offering some amazing tours next year, but space doesn t allow me to profile them all, so be sure to come to the Chamber s Travel Club Happy Hour beginning at 5:30 p.m. on May 25th. You must rsvp, however! I ll be seeing you somewhere in this wonderful great big world of ours. So much to explore and learn. I m ready, are you? A widow, Marilyn, at age 86, is a consummate traveler who has traveled many times with the Chamber Travel Club. Judy Kassemos, Stephanie Wilkinson, Melanie & Gary Boudreau, and Marguerite Conway enjoyed their visit to Collette s America s South & Cajun Country in April. Here they are shown in the lobby of the famous Royal Sonesta Hotel located right on Bourbon Street in New Orleans. CARSON CHAMBER NEWS & VIEWS 904 N. Curry St (One block north of Washington Street) Gifts of an extraordinary nature Thank You for voting us #1 GIFT SHO! Hours: Tues-Fri 10am 5:30pm Sat 10am 4:30pm Sun. & Mon. Closed The signs of abuse or neglect may be difficult to recognize. Child Abuse & Neglect Symposium June 29, :00 7:00 pm Valley View Room Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center Refreshments will be provided OEN TO THE UBLIC Join us for this free event that helps shed light on child abuse and neglect, and what you can do to help. Guest Speakers Special Master Kimberly Okezie, Juvenile Court An update on the state of child abuse and neglect in our community Molly Blanchette, MSW, LSW, DCFS Supervisor Mandatory reporting, recognizing the signs of abuse or neglect and learn what you can do about it. Michael J. Luque, MSW, LSW, University of School of Social Work How substance abuse can affect parenting and potentially lead to abuse or neglect. Chris Bayer, Director CASA Carson City and Lori Nichols, DCFS Foster Home Recruiter How you can make a difference. A meet and greet will open the symposium, with Q&A to conclude the event. All attendees must register for the event at Follow us on Facebook 1600 Medical arkway North Carson City (775) CTH is a not-for-profit 501c3 corporation. Health & Wellness Institute
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