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    • Reno Arch dedication, Reno, Nevada, October 23, 1926

    • Transcontinental Highways Exposition (1927: Reno, Nev.); Reno Arch (Reno, Nev.)
    • Photograph of the dedication ceremony for the Reno Arch, October 1926; photographic print, 7 x 11 inches. Reno erected its arch, fashioned after California city gateway structures, at the intersection of Commercial Row and Virginia Street to...
    • Virginia Street and the Reno Arch at night, Reno, Nevada, circa 1934

    • Reno Arch (Reno, Nev.); Central business districts -- Nevada -- Reno; Casinos -- Nevada -- Reno
    • Caption on image: "At night. View of Virginia Street and the Reno Arch at night." Postcard. Originally erected on Virginia Street in 1926 to promote the Transcontinental Highways Exposition of 1927, the arch originally included the words...
    • E. W. Chism residence

    • Period revival: Tudor. Two story residence with steeply pitched gable roof and half-timbered gable ands; tall brick chimneys; mullioned casement windows with segmental arch shape lintels; semi-circular arch entry with an ornately carved arch front...
    • Edward S. Parsons: Charrette! The Life of an Architect

    • Architects -- Nevada -- Biography; Historic buildings -- Nevada -- Conservation and restoration
    • Edward Shier Parsons was born in Tonopah, Nevada, in 1907. He attended schools in Salt Lake City and Reno. Interested in an architectural career from a very early age, Parsons studied his profession at the University of Southern California and...
    • Clarence K. Jones: From Paperboy to Philanthropist

    • University of Nevada, Reno -- Benefactors; Reno evening gazette; Nevada state journal; Journalists -- Nevada -- Reno -- Biography; Reno (Nev.) -- Biography
    • As student, alumnus and benefactor, Clarence K. Jones has participated in the evolution of the University of Nevada from a small, rustic college into the respected state university that it is today. He was a freshman in the fall of 1927, received...
    • Lincoln County High School

    • Classical revival. One story brick structure with pitch roof hidden behind parapet wall, cast stone classical ornamentation. Facade divided vertically by pilasters and horizontally by wide enriched entablature, with vented attic story above....
    • Fallon Municipal Building

    • Period Revival: Romanesque. One story with tower; brick exterior with trick details; hipped, red tile roof with hipped projections with gable parapet decorated with arch motif corbel table at eaves; compound arch openings with double doors and...
    • Elko County Hospital

    • Classical revival. Two story building with basement and flat roof and terra cotta detail. Projecting portico with Corinthian Columns. Center double door ornamented with fanlight with decorative wrought iron grille. Above fanlight is large terra...
    • Carson City Gymnasium

    • Period revival: Romanesque. Two-story brick building with high basement level and gable roof, semi-circular arch main door opening with swaged medallion, and belt courses divide the building horizontally. Semi-circular arch motif used decoratively...
    • H. Ginsburg residence

    • Period revival: Tudor. One and half story; brick exterior; steep gable roof with gable projections; Tudor arch front door with Tudor arch radiating bricks; half-timbered front gable; multi-paned windows.
    • James Causten residence

    • Period revival: Mediterranean. Two story; stucco clad structure with tiled, gable roof; semi-circular arch entry; casement windows, many with shutters; small iron balcony; facade pierced by several small decorative grilles; semi-circular arch...
    • Markleeville School

    • Period revival. One story; rubble stone; hip roof building with concrete basement. Central pedimented entrance with double doors, semi-circular arch transom and semi-circular arch surround with keystone. Multi-light windows. Corner quoins.
    • Nevada Cadillac Company building

    • Period revival: Spanish Colonial. One story stucco structure with mezzanine. Terra cotta tile roof. Large plate glass storefront windows with multi-light clerestory windows. Double glass doors within large semi-circular arch shape openings. Ornate...


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