The Ancient and Honorable Order of E Clampus Vitus

Julia’s Unequivocal Nevada Klampout #38, Wonder, NV

S L Y Clamper year 6022 Brought to you by Julia C. Bulette Chapter 1864, E Clampus Vitus Envisioned by  Noble Grand Humbug Reid Slayden  Researched and interpreted by  Jeffrey D. Johnson XNGH, Clamphistorian at Chapter 1864 Dedicated to Rod Stock XSNGH, Jess Davis XNGH 2017 c.e. Churchill County Churchill County was established in 1861 and named…
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William Morris Stewart – Nevada founding father

William Morris Stewart had a lengthy and remarkable career. Extraordinarily capable and articulate, he was the most visible of nineteenth century Nevada senators. He was a skilled politician. Never beloved, he was respected for his intelligence and mastery of detail, and feared for his often ruthless determination and occasional lack of scruples in attaining his…
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Tile in the kitchen

Thanks, Tim! Looks great!

Kitchen remodel, February 11, 2017

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Snow in Virginia City

It has been a combination of rain and snow in the first weeks of 2017, with the Truckee overflowing its banks and lots of snow in the hills.

Then and Now, 1966

An ECV history pamphlet from 1966. h/t Jim Cirner then_and_now_1966

Nevada Day Widder’s Ball 2016

Kevin Breckenridge & Widder Tracie Request the Honor of  Your Presence at the 52nd Annual Nevada Day Widders Ball October 22, 2016 Doors Open 4:33 PM • Dinner 6:32 PM Raffle • Live Music Moran Bldg. 34 North B St. Virginia City, NV Period Dress Encouraged! Costume Contests and Dancing Commences Shortly After Dining. $55 per…
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JCB 1864 Donates Plaque to Amtrak Depot Building

From January 28, 2016  By Bob Conrad E Clampus Vitus (Clampers) donated yesterday a large, heavy plaque to commemorate the historical significance of the train depot downtown. The plaque was presented to the Reno City Council to recognize a slice of Reno’s history. The inscription reads: “The railway reached Reno in June and shortly…
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