In 1863, Al Livingston built this building and called it Livingston's Exchange. In 1884, Frank Fettic bought it and renamed it Fettic's Exchange. He operated it as a Gentlemen's Saloon allowing no rough stuff or excessive drinking. It subsequently had three more owners until 1963 when Robert Carver purchased it. Now known as the Old Genoa Bar it is the oldest continually operating thirst parlor in the state of Nevada.
First off, hope everyone who visits this website is doing well. Just got back from doing a presentation, an art festival, and a car show, with very positive results! Usually, when I do a presentation, I'm hiding behind a computer, showing people some of my tricks using Photoshop. This time, I actually had to look straight at an audience, and talk about myself. Not something that I'm very comfortable doing, but it was a great experience for me. The art show was a success as well. I met so many wonderful people, and sold a good number of pieces as well! The wind cooperated for a change, and a good time was had by all. The following week the longboard club that I belong to tied in with a car show in Huntington Beach, California. It was...
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