Fallon Eagle

In this photo, is the interior of the Fallon Eagle Newspaper office in 1915. Abe Shirley (left) and Del Williams (right), the  owner standing in the office. Abe Shirley is using the printing machine. This building is still in Fallon! It is the red brick building on the corner of Maine St. & Williams Ave.


In this photo a man is standing by an electrical box painted with a “Feed Me” shark tooth character.  What does this machine do? This photo is from the “Joyce Alcorn Photo Collection “. #FeedMe

Kids Playing

What did kids do to entertain themselves before phones and computers? Well, they climbed and played atop of suspension bridges and ladders. This photo is from “Barbara Mills Hill Photo Collection”. #TheOriginalMonkeyBars


Atha, Harold, and, Aubrey Sander sitting with their dog, Jip, in front of the wall of trap catch furs. This took place in Fallon, NV in 1913.  This photo is from the “Aubrey Sander Collection”. #Trapping

Covered Wagon

In this photo is  a covered wagon being pulled by two horses for the American Legion Rodeo in a parade. In September of 1935, they strolled past buildings such as the Lahontan Club among others on the street. This photo is from the “American Legion Photo Collection”. #HoldYourHorses