ⓘ Rand, Nevada


ⓘ Rand, Nevada

A post office was established at Rand in 1915, and remained in operation until 1935. The community was named after R. J. Rand, a businessperson in the local mining industry.

  • Rosenthal was installed as a manager, although he did not have a Nevada gaming license. The Nevada Gaming Commission refused to license Rosenthal because of
  • Museum. Alleging cruelty, Eleanor obtained a divorce from Rand on February 24, 1938 in Reno, Nevada On April 23, 1942, she married her fourth husband, Janos
  • 16, 2009. Nevada Road Recreation Atlas Map 2007 ed. Benchmark Maps. 78. ISBN 978 - 0 - 929591 - 95 - 7. The Road Atlas Map 2008 ed. Rand McNally
  • OCLC 381149522. Nevada Department of Highways Rand McNally Company 1954 Official Highway Map of Nevada Map Scale not given. Carson City: Nevada Department
  • of the Republic - Nevada side of Hoover Dam Winged Figures of the Republic - Nevada side of Hoover Dam Wings - main lobby of the Rand Tower in Minneapolis
  • United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2008 - 04 - 12. Rand McNally. The Road Atlas 08. Chicago: Rand McNally, 2008, p. 102. Zip Code Lookup Andrew Jenson
  • Highway Administration. Official Highway Map of Nevada PDF Map Cartography by Rand McNally Company. Nevada Department of Highways. 1954. Retrieved August
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