by Caryn Haller

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January 23, 2014
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Museum unveils new exhibit

A new tenant has taken up residence on main street at the Carson Valley Museum & Cultural Center. The grand opening of the thirst parlor exhibit is 1-4 p.m. Sunday. “It’s not any particular saloon. It represents any saloon around 1900,” exhibit committee member Laurie Hickey said. “It’s an added item to the main street. Historically, the design lended itself to it perfectly. It’s across the street from the mercantile. It was one of the other things we thought we should have. Along with Hickey, Irene Marshall and Betty Cordes spent five months transforming an old storage room into the …

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