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Photograph of Florence Squires Boyer with her children Alice and John Doherty, circa 1910s-1920s
Florence Squires Boyer, daughter of C.P. Squires, with two of her children, Alice and John Doherty, probably in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Photograph of Las Vegas, Nevada Rotary Club members, circa 1970s-1980s
Las Vegas, Nevada Rotary Club members, L-R: Harry Allen (president of the Las Vegas Rotary Club, 1951-52), Mrs. Allen, writers Florence Jones Cahlan and John Cahlan.
Photograph of Squires family and friends at the 60th wedding anniversary at the Flamingo Hotel, Las Vegas, August 21, 1949
A group picture taken at the Squires' 60th wedding anniversary party. Identification given with photograph (from left to right): John Doherty, Betty Lou Doherty, C. C. Boyer, Clinton Campbell, Herbert Squires, Florence Squires, Alice Doherty Campbell, Helen Squires, Florence Squires, Alice Doherty Campbell, Helen Squires, Florence Squires Boyer, Delphine Squires, Charles P. Squires, Genevieve Doherty, Charles S. Doherty holding Charla Sue Doherty.
Film transparency of Helen Bunker, Mary Syphus, Florence Bishop, Zella Peterson, and Wanda Ball, presumably in Las Vegas, circa early 1900s
Black and white image of five young women posing for a photo, most likely in Las Vegas, Nevada. The women standing in the top row are Helen Bunker and Mary Syphus, per the handwritten description on the image. The women in the bottom row include Florence Bishop, Zella Peterson, and Wanda Ball. Note: Image is from a family photo album that was loaned to UNLV Libraries Special Collections and returned to the family on July 17, 1984.
Photograph of Florence, James and Herbert Squires in Los Angeles, circa early 1900s
Florence, James & Herbert in Los Angeles, California
Photograph of Florence Squires Boyer Doherty, circa 1970s
Florence Squires Boyer Doherty sitting in a chair at an unknown location.
Photograph of Florence Squires, circa early 1900s
Description given with photograph: "Florence Squires-age 14 (probably taken at the studio in Los Angeles, California)." Bijou Studios in Los Angeles is listed as the photograph's creator.
Photograph of Florence Squires, circa early 1890s
A portrait of Florence Squires, age 1 year probably taken in Los Angeles. H.B. Wesner in San Bernandine, California is listed as the photograph's creator.
Photograph of Florence Squires, August 1912
Florence Squires Boyer and Frank A. Doherty, August 1912
Photograph of Florence and C. C. Boyer and two others, circa 1960s
Description given with photograph: "Florence Squires Boyer and her husband C.C. Boyer (center), oldest customers of First National Bank." The two men on the left and right are unidentified.
Photograph of Liz Pittman and Florence Boyer in Carson City, Nevada, circa 1950
Mrs. Vail Pittman (Liz) with Florence Boyer at the Governor's mansion.
Photograph of Liz Pittman, C. P. Squires, and Florence Boyer at the Governor's mansion, Carson City, Nevada, circa 1950
Left to Right: Mrs. Vail Pittman (Liz), Governor's wife; C. P. "Pop" Squires; and Florence Boyer outside of the Governor's mansion in Carson City.
Photograph of the first J. C. Penney store in Florence, Colorado, 1913
The first J. C. Penney Store opened by Fleming Ballew Hubbard in Florence, Colorado.
Photograph of girls and a teacher, Las Vegas, Nevada, circa 1910s
Schoolgirls on stairs outside of Methodist Church where school was held in Las Vegas, Nevada. From The young woman holding a book is identified as teacher Florence Doherty.
Photograph of schoolchildren and teachers, Las Vegas, Nevada, circa 1910s
The Las Vegas School was held in the Baptist Church after it burned. A group of schoolchildren and their teacher Florence Squires (later Boyer) are pictured in the front of the building.
Photograph of Florench Chadwick climbing out of the pool at the Last Frontier Hotel, Las Vegas, circa 1950s
A black and white image of Florence Chadwick climbing out of the pool at the Hotel Last Frontier. Chadwick was the first woman to cross the English Channel in both directions.
Film transparency of women in front of a high school dormitory, Las Vegas, 1912-1913
Black and white image of several young women, including Mary Syphus, Florence Bishop, Martha Kramer, Helen Bunker, Wanda Ball, and Olive Lake, standing in the front yard of a dorm where most of them lived while attending high school in Las Vegas.
Photograph of Clark County High School students in Las Vegas, 1912
Black and white image of students at Clark County High School. Students are acting out the play, "Merchant of Venice," by William Shakespeare. Standing, from left to right: Leon Ronnow, Florence Bishop, Clara Kiernan, Roger (last name unknown), Leland Ronnow, Ed Marshall, Reynolds Robbins, Rose Coughlin, and Martha Kramer. Kneeling, from left to right: Herbert Squires, Gladys Boggs, Harry Gentry, and Olive Lake. Joe Coughlin's back is to the camera.
Film transparency of Helen Bunker and others, presumably in Las Vegas, 1912-1913
Black and white group portrait of several women, with the following handwritten description: "Helen Bunker, Martha Kramer, Zella Peterson, Miss Senn (house mother & teacher), Mary Syphus." Also pictured is Florence Bishop. Note: Image is from a family photo album that was loaned to UNLV Libraries Special Collections and returned to the family on July 17, 1984.
Photograph of Clark County High School students and staff, Las Vegas, 1912
Black and white image of students, teachers, and the principal of Clark County High School taking a school picture. Back row (left to right): Reynolds Robbins, Harry Gentry, Florence Bishop, Miss Lester (teacher), Wanda Ball, Leon Ronnow, Joe Coughlin, Herbert Squires, Vernon Delameter. Front row (left to right): Leland Ronnow, Clara Kiernan, Martha Kramer, Zatta McDonald, Olive Lake, Helene Reed, Louella Wengert, and Harry Overman (Principal).
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