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Pyramid Lake Guest Ranch was a place where people could stay to gain Nevada residency so as to get a divorce.
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.<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 leased 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.  Liebling states that Wallie Warren stated that the ranch was 40 acres owned by Sutcliffe, that there was a court ruling against Sutcliffe and that he paid a fee to regularize his holdings.<ref>Abbott Joseph Liebling, "[https://books.google.com/books?id=xB8ctbVfl0QC&lpg=PR19&ots=5CD_MRENTG&dq=Pyramid%20Lake%20Guest%20Ranch&pg=PA7#v=onepage&q=Sutcliffe&f=false A Reporter at Large: Dateline--Pyramid Lake, Nevada]," p. 7.</ref>
A. J. Liebling wrote a three articles in the 1950's about the area for the New Yorker magazine that mention the ranch.  Liebling states that Wallie Warren stated that the ranch was 40 acres owned by Sutcliffe, that there was a court ruling against Sutcliffe and that he paid a fee to regularize his holdings.<ref>Abbott Joseph Liebling, "[https://books.google.com/books?id=xB8ctbVfl0QC&lpg=PR19&ots=5CD_MRENTG&dq=Pyramid%20Lake%20Guest%20Ranch&pg=PA7#v=onepage&q=Sutcliffe&f=false A Reporter at Large: Dateline--Pyramid Lake, Nevada]," p. 7.</ref>

Revision as of 07:26, 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 leased 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. Liebling states that Wallie Warren stated that the ranch was 40 acres owned by Sutcliffe, that there was a court ruling against Sutcliffe and that he paid a fee to regularize his holdings.[2]


References

  1. "| A Guide to the Records of Harry and Joan Drackert," Collection No. 91-49. University of Nevada Reno.
  2. Abbott Joseph Liebling, "A Reporter at Large: Dateline--Pyramid Lake, Nevada," p. 7.

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.
  • "Pyramid Lake Ranch, Sutcliffe," U.C. Davis. Photos from the 1940s and 1950s.