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    • 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...
    • Chism Ice Cream Company addition

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    • 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...
    • Nevada State Prison cell block

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    • Period revival. Four-story with brick exterior and gable roof with parapets at gable ends. Details include crenellated parapet over entrance, three-story buttresses to belt course, and dental course along cornice.
    • U. S. Post Office, Reno

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    • Art Deco. Three story; rectangular; symmetrical; terra cotta clad; flat roof behind a stepped, geometric cornice with stylized eagles over the entrance pavilions; metal framed, casement windows; recessed spandrels ornamented with abstract geometric...
    • John W. Hall residence

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    • Contemporary. Drawings dated May 1920 are for a two story, gable roof, stone and stucco clad structure. Drawings dated September 1920 are of a one story, gable roof, stone clad structure, with a small second story level bedroom. Horizontal bands...
    • An Interview with William J. Moore

    • Last Frontier Hotel (Las Vegas, Nev.); Las Vegas (Nev.) -- Biography
    • William J. Moore, Jr., was born in Lane City, Texas, on July 17, 1913. Within the year his family moved to Oklahoma where Moore was educated. Voted most likely to succeed by his classmates, he was graduated from Oklahoma A & M with a degree in...
    • Mineral County High School

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    • Classical revival. One-story gable roof building with basement. Classical entrance with double door framed by fluted pilasters and topped with molded pediment with dentils.
    • Gardnerville Hotel

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    • Period revival: Mediterranean. Two story, stucco clad with red tile roof. Details include semi-circular arched windows and wrought iron railings decorating windows and balcony.
    • Riverside Hotel

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    • Period revival: Gothic. Six stories; red brick exterior; T- shaped; flat roof behind parapet; terra cotta decoration; terra cotta clad; 5 story; slanted bays; zigzag brick patterns; Gothic arched window heads on 6th story.
    • Dan Dresser residence

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    • Colonial revival. Two story, gable roof, clapboard sided structure with small wings attached to both sides. 8-over-8, double hung windows with shutters, molded cornice with frieze, paneled door framed by pilasters, topped with cornice.
    • Nevada State Capitol Building

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    • Classical revival influence. Two story, Grecian-cross plan stone exterior highlighted with quoins, pedimented front projection with dentils, gabled roof with dome, boxed cornice and frieze decorated with dentils, one-story portico supported by...
    • Bulasky building

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    • Early 20th century with period revival influence. One story; four bay, commercial building with brick and terra cotta front elevation. Bays divided by terra cotta pilasters and urns top parapet.

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