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Guy Rocha, Debunking Nevada's Biggest Myths
Guy Rocha, Debunking Nevada's Biggest Myths

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AIR DATE: October 8, 2010

Retired state archivist Guy Rocha talks about the biggest and most outlandish myths in Nevada's history and why we believe them. Rebroadcast

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Guy Rocha, retired Nevada State Archivist

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Hello Mr. Rocha ... I left you a voicemail this morning and would very much like to talk with you. I hope to hear from you soon. Thanks!
Bonnie BarnettJan 7, 2013 09:13:27 AM
I would like to make contact with Guy Rocha. He and I have corresponded regarding Dr. Joel GRAMMER and his family. My name when we corresponded was Karen Meyer. Any help would be gratefully appreciated.
Karen AllisonSep 24, 2011 09:43:12 AM
Hey Karen, I have been retired for almost 4 years now after working more than 32 years for the State of Nevada. I found your query by chance this morning. I generally remember Joel Grammer and his family living on Clear Creek in the Utah and Nevada territorial period. What sticks in my mind was a daughter, Ellen, who got into the sex trade in the 1870s and we lost track of her.
Guy Louis RochaJan 2, 2013 09:46:35 AM
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