"I've concluded that there is Nevada, and then there is Reno. By her lonesome, torn between the status quo of modern progressive and leaving things as they are. Reno looks to the past as much as it does to the future ... in the best ways she can. Reno doesn't brand itself on the "cleanest," "brightest," or "fanciest" city. It is the "biggest," however ... "biggest" in a worldwide perspective. #227 conquered."
-- Journal Entry, August 2007
Original Date Visited: 8/25/07
Home of Myron C. Lake, founder of Reno, this structure was built in 1877 by Washington J. Marsh. Entrant: National Register of Historic Places."
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