THE SANTA FE SALOON
"Built in 1905 by Hubert Maxgut, The Santa Fe Saloon is the oldest continually operating business in Goldfield. Maxgut was killed in a gunfight in 1912, but subsequent owners kept the Saloon open. It was located outside of the Business District to be closer to the mines.
"Because of it's location, it survived The Flash Flood of 1916, and The Great Fire of 1923 that destroyed most of Goldfield.
In 1976 the Saloon was purchased by Jim Marsh, who has preserved this piece of Nevada History. "
Courtesy of and quoted from "The Santa Fe Saloon" by the Ancient and Honourable Order of E Clampus Vitus ,