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From 1945-1956, Pyramid Lake Guest Ranch was owned by Harry Drackert.  Harry Drackert married Joan Abry Deeley in 1950 and they both managed a series of guest ranches.<ref>"[http://knowledgecenter.unr.edu/specoll/mss/91-49.aspx | A Guide to the Records of Harry and Joan Drackert]," Collection No. 91-49. University of Nevada Reno.</ref>
From 1945-1956, Pyramid Lake Guest Ranch was owned by Harry Drackert.  Harry Drackert married Joan Abry Deeley in 1950 and they both managed a series of guest ranches.<ref>"[http://knowledgecenter.unr.edu/specoll/mss/91-49.aspx | A Guide to the Records of Harry and Joan Drackert]," Collection No. 91-49. University of Nevada Reno.</ref>
A. J. Liebling wrote a three articles in the 1950's about the area for the New Yorker magazine that mention the ranch.


== References ==
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== External Resources ==
* A. J. Liebling, "Slot Machines and Repose", New Yorker, 1950.
* A. J. Liebling, "Mustang Buzzers", 1954.
* A. J. Liebling, "Lake of the Cui-ui Eaters", 1955.


[[Category:Pyramid Lake Guest Ranch]]
[[Category:Pyramid Lake Guest Ranch]]

Revision as of 06:06, 21 February 2015

Pyramid Lake Guest Ranch was located in Sutcliffe at the site of the now former Sutcliffe Inn.

Pyramid Lake Guest Ranch was a place where people could stay to gain Nevada residency so as to get a divorce.

From 1945-1956, Pyramid Lake Guest Ranch was owned by Harry Drackert. Harry Drackert married Joan Abry Deeley in 1950 and they both managed a series of guest ranches.[1]

A. J. Liebling wrote a three articles in the 1950's about the area for the New Yorker magazine that mention the ranch.

References

  1. "| A Guide to the Records of Harry and Joan Drackert," Collection No. 91-49. University of Nevada Reno.

External Resources

  • A. J. Liebling, "Slot Machines and Repose", New Yorker, 1950.
  • A. J. Liebling, "Mustang Buzzers", 1954.
  • A. J. Liebling, "Lake of the Cui-ui Eaters", 1955.