Photograph of the Arivada Ferry, 1916-1920

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Title
Photograph of the Arivada Ferry, 1916-1920
Description
Arivada Ferry, owned by Jim Cashman and operated by Pop Emery. Its primary purpose was to provide a way for Arizonans to get to Nevada where prohibition was not as strictly enforced.
Transcribed Notes
Transcribed from photo sleeve: "Arivada Ferry, 1916-1920. This ferry was owned by Jim Cashman and operated by Pop Emery (standing, in picture). Originally located at the upper end of Cottonwood Island, a few miles below where the Cottonwood Cove Resort is located, it was later moved due to lack of business to TriState, Nevada, where it served for a short time between the Katherine Mine in Arizona and the TriState Mine in Nevada. Its main purpose here was to provide a way for Arizonans to get to Nevada where prohibition laws were not strictly enforced."
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Accession Number
0126:0005
Original Collection
Formatted Date
1916; 1917; 1918; 1919; 1920
Alternative Date
1916-1920
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Format
image/tiff
Measurements
10.03 x 8.07 inches
Digital Publisher
University of Nevada, Las Vegas University Libraries
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Conversion Specifications
Original material scanned on Epson Expression 10000XL using Epson Scan Ver. 2.94A
Digital ID
hln000216
Access ID
294

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