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  • ...City]], [[Nevada]], and surrounding areas. It covers the history, people, buildings, and events of Carson City, as well as surrounding communities such as the ...Carson City, and is affiliated with the [http://wnhpc.com/ Western Nevada Historic Photo Collection]. The editor-in-chief is Scott Schrantz.
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  • ...omes]] and [[:Category:Carson City Historic Buildings|Carson City Historic Buildings]] pages.
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  • ...n City Mint]], and building contractor for some of the town's most notable buildings. * Three Historic Cities: [http://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/nevada/abr.htm Abraham Curry House]
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  • * Three Historic Cities: [http://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/nevada/nev.htm Nevada State Capitol] [[Category:Carson City Historic Buildings]][[Category:Carson City Buildings]][[Category:Stubs]]
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  • They were all on a trip that would change their lives, would prove to be historic and would effect all those who passed this way after them. ...tout chimneys that lined the street. I could just make out the rear of the buildings that lined Carson Boulevard and the clutter of empty crates and lumber lay
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  • ...y Ormsby House, built in 1972. For the historic hotel, see [[Ormsby House (historic)]].'' [[Category:Carson City Buildings]][[Category:Stubs]]
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  • [[Image:Historic_Ormsby_House_1890.jpg|thumb|Historic Ormsby House in 1890]] ''This page refers to the historic Ormsby House, built in 1860. For the modern-day hotel, see [[Ormsby House]]
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  • ...master. Deeded to the State in 1971 and listed on the National Registry of Historic Places in 1979, the Government Building continues to serve the public. ==Historic Photos==
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  • The '''Carson City Mint''' is a historic building in [[Carson City]]. It is located on the west side of Carson Stree * Three Historic Cities: [http://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/nevada/usm.htm U.S. Mint]
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  • ...ding took up the whole lot from C Street to B Street that the previous two buildings had occupied, and stood six stories high. The hotel had distinctive arched ...and Piper's Opera House right across the street. In the end all the other buildings were spared, but the International Hotel was little more than a smoking hol
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  • One of several buildings of identical architecture built throughout the country during the Victorian ...nv.us/DOCS/shpo/markers/ Online list of Historical Markers] from the State Historic Preservation Office.
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  • ...he older State Capitol (1870). Curtis was responsible for many significant buildings throughout Nevada and the West, including the octagonal library annex to th ...nv.us/DOCS/shpo/markers/ Online list of Historical Markers] from the State Historic Preservation Office.
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  • .... It it a history of Carson City, as well as being a guide to the historic buildings, people and events of the town. The book is currently out of print, but can
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  • * Three Historic Nevada Cities: [http://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/nevada/gov.htm Governor's Mans ...vention Bureau: [http://www.carson-city.org/history/buildings.php Historic Buildings]
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  • The '''St. Charles Hotel''' is a historic hotel in downtown [[Carson City]]. It is located on the southwest corner of The hotel was originally built as two separate buildings. The northern, three-story, section was started on April 1, 1862, and was n
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  • [[Category:Carson City Historic Buildings]] [[Category:Carson City Historic Homes]]
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  • The '''Abraham Curry House''' is a historic home in [[Carson City]]. It is located at 406 N. Nevada Street, at the corn ...ey laid out streets, established a quarry at the edge of the valley, built buildings out of its sandstone, and within six years Carson was the capital of the ne
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  • ...own in October 2005. Now the site is used as parking for the nearby office buildings. ...egory:Demolished Buildings in Carson City]][[Category:Carson City Historic Buildings]]
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  • The '''First Presbyterian Church''' is a historic church in [[Carson City]]. It is located at 110 N. Nevada Street, at the co [[Category:Carson City Historic Buildings]]
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  • The '''Old State Printing Office''' is a historic building in [[Carson City]]. It is located within the [[Capitol Plaza]], an [[Category:Carson City Historic Buildings]][[Category:Carson City Buildings]]
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