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AIR DATE: July 15, 2005

The Base Realignment and Closure Commission has recommended closing the Hawthorne Ammo Depot: a look at the Hawthorn depot's place in Nevada history.
     Nevada Yesterdays is narrated by former Senator and Governor Richard Bryan, a longtime advocate of historic preservation. Written by Professor Michael Green, funded by Nevada Humanities, and dedicated to the memory of historian Frank Wright.
     Now you can own the collection of essays written by Frank Wright: purchase your collector's copy here: sales directly benefit the Frank Wright Memorial Fund and Nevada Yesterdays.
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