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Photographer: Lester J Letson
Taken: Circa June, 2007
Caption: Women's Restroom Door Plaque
Additional Description: A plaque mounted on the women's restroom door in the E Clampus Vitus building identifies the door itself as having been a gift from the Cash brothers. It was obtained from a demolished Reno brothel. A door once used by men in Reno is now used to provide for widow's relief.

Plaque reads:
This door once was a portal to paradise for the brethren. A valueless relic acquired from the Reno "Cribs" upon demolition. The "Cribs" were curiously situated just across the Truckee River from the Reno Police Station.

A gift from the Cash brothers
to the ECV Building
to now provide for widows relief

Submitted: August 8, 2010, by Lester J Letson of Fresno, California.
Database Locator Identification Number: p121513
File Size: 0.644 Megabytes

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