Mammal Tracking in North America, by James Halfpenny
V. research opportunities in the library and collections Historians, genealogists, teachers, students, and visitors interested in delving into the past are welcome to conduct research at the Nevada Historical Society. Materials available to the public include books, newspapers and periodicals, files of newspaper clippings and other print items, maps, government documents, subject files, ephemera, sound recordings, the manuscript collections of diverse individuals and organizations, and more than 300,000 photographs, films, and video tapes.
The Research Library is open to the public from 12 to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. Finding aids, collection descriptions, indexes, and catalogues are available for the various collections; staff members are on hand to answer questions and to help you find materials. Photocopying of most documents is available for $0.25 per page. We reserve the right to restrict photocopying of vintage photographs as latent damage can occur. However, reproductions of photographs from the collection may be purchased.
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