Virginia City is much more than the quirky shops you find today, Mixed in the row of small establishments are the buildings that have stood tall and proud for years and years, keeping a vigilant watch on our town just as the vigilantes kept watch on those same buildings long ago. Here you will find a timeless page of days gone past that make up our wonderful town that we call Virginia City.
A typical day on C Street as supplies are brought into town, circa 1800's
Fourth of July Parade on C street as a woman with her child take a box camera photo, circa 1800's
Excerpts from "1859 Virginia City Newspaper Adverts"-compiled by Carl Elizondo
Stateler & Arrington-Bankers
1/4 of a days pay!
Heroin was once the cure for the common cough, in the 1800's, the hayday of medicine.
The times, they were a changin'
The Virginia City Theatre
The International Hotel
The Comstock House / Horseshoe Restaurant
A Virginia City Butcher Shop
The Union Brewery
A Nun pondering at St. Marys Hospital
(L-R) The Cigar Bar, VC Mexican Kitchen, Union Brewery, Roasting House
The Frederick House
Passengers exit the train to mill about Virginia City
"Mining on the Comstock", depicting the headframes and mills of the various mines, and mining technology used at Comstock, most prominently the method of square-set timbering developed there to work the veins.
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