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    • Byington building

    • Art Moderne. Earliest alterations are to a 3- story, flat roof rectangular, brick building topped with a projecting bracketed cornice and foliated frieze, with ground floor storefronts. 1950 alterations show a 3 story Art Moderne structure with a...
    • Society Cleaners

    • Early 20th century. One story, brick with terra cotta detailing commercial building with two storefronts; each with central recessed door and side showcase windows. Terra cotta details include cresting and medallions.
    • 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...
    • John Donovan residence

    • Period revival: Mediterranean. One story; stucco clad; gabled, shingled roof; turned wood details; wrought iron details; vertical wood door with metal hinges; multi-paned picture window with plaster ornamented hood.
    • Chism Ice Cream Company addition

    • Art Moderne. 1920's addition Period Revival. Details include round arch entrance with brick surround, brick parapet, and stucco finish. 1941 alteration in art Moderne style. Details include stucco finish, rounded corners, horizontal bands of...
    • Reno Golf Course club house

    • Bungalow, Resort Rustic. One story; gently pitched gable roof structure with cobblestone base; shingled exterior, half-timbered entry with cobblestone elephantine posts, and overhanging eaves with exposed rafter ends. Wide door and window...
    • Ross Burke Funeral Parlor

    • Period revival: Tudor. One story, brick with cement details exterior, gabled roof with gabled parapets. Details include cement quoins, Tudor arched windows with leaded glass and wooden doors with iron hinges.
    • Fulton Building (Nash Motor Cars)

    • Period revival. One story with mezzanine and basement; commercial building with brick exterior with cast cement and brick details. Details include end bays with stepped parapets with cast cement decoration and pointed arched openings with quoins.
    • First National Bank, Elko

    • Classical revival influence. Two story, brick and terra cotta with flat roof behind parapet. Details include central entrance with Corinthian capitals; projecting cornices.
    • Majestic Theatre

    • Art Deco (exterior); Period revival: Mediterranean (interior). Details include ornamental plaster work, wrought-iron balconies, and turned wood balustrades.
    • The Civilian Conservation Corps in Nevada

    • The 1930’s CCC program, formed in response to the Great Depression, brought 30,000 young, unemployed men from eastern cities and Midwest farms to work solving ecological problems in Nevada. The state was little affected by the 1929 stock market...
    • Water Rights

    • Truckee River (Calif. and Nev.) -- Water diversion; Truckee River (Calif. and Nev.) -- Water rights; Truckee River Watershed (Calif. and Nev.); Water rights--Nevada;
    • Because the Truckee River arises in one state and ends in another, because it is the main source of municipal water for two cities, because it has served as irrigation water for thousands of acres of agricultural land in the Truckee Meadows and...
    • Knights of Pythias (Elko) building

    • Renaissance revival. Original 1926 rendering is for a Renaissance revival, two story building with distinct horizontal divisions: belt course, cornice, parapet and round arch windows. Presentation drawings (1927) are for a one story, brick Period...
    • H. E. Reid residence

    • Classical revival with period revival details. Two-story brick clad and dentiled stone bas,; hipped, shingled roof with boxed cornice and dentiled frieze, two story, projecting semi-circular portico supported by Corinthian columns and topped by a...
    • Nevada State Orphans' Home

    • Renaissance revival. Two-story hip roof building with projecting cornice with dentils and frieze, tall and narrow 1-over-1 segmental and semi-circular arch shape double hung windows.


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