National Register of Historic Places listings in Carson City, Nevada

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Contents: National Register of Historic Places listings in Carson City, Nevada, USA:

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted September 26, 2014.[1]
[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location City or town Description
1 Adams House
Adams House
June 10, 1999
(#99000700)
990 N. Minnesota St.
39°10′09″N 119°46′11″W / 39.169167°N 119.769722°W / 39.169167; -119.769722 (Adams House)
Carson City
2 Bank Saloon
Bank Saloon
December 10, 1980
(#80004483)
418 S. Carson St.
39°09′40″N 119°45′58″W / 39.161111°N 119.766111°W / 39.161111; -119.766111 (Bank Saloon)
Carson City
3 Belknap House
Belknap House
October 30, 1997
(#97001302)
1206 N. Nevada St.
39°10′09″N 119°46′04″W / 39.169167°N 119.767778°W / 39.169167; -119.767778 (Belknap House)
Carson City
4 Brougher Mansion
Brougher Mansion
August 11, 1980
(#80004274)
204 W. Spear St.
39°10′00″N 119°46′22″W / 39.166667°N 119.772778°W / 39.166667; -119.772778 (Brougher Mansion)
Carson City
5 Carson Brewing Company
Carson Brewing Company
August 18, 1978
(#78003210)
102 S. Division St.
39°09′49″N 119°46′07″W / 39.163611°N 119.768611°W / 39.163611; -119.768611 (Carson Brewing Company)
Carson City
6 Carson City Civic Auditorium
Carson City Civic Auditorium
June 19, 1990
(#90000912)
813 N. Carson St.
39°09′36″N 119°45′19″W / 39.16°N 119.755278°W / 39.16; -119.755278 (Carson City Civic Auditorium)
Carson City
7 Carson City Post Office
Carson City Post Office
February 9, 1979
(#79003440)
401 N. Carson St.
39°10′00″N 119°45′57″W / 39.166667°N 119.765833°W / 39.166667; -119.765833 (Carson City Post Office)
Carson City Formerly the U.S. Court House & Post Office, now home to the Nevada Commission on Tourism
8 Carson City Public Buildings
Carson City Public Buildings
October 2, 1987
(#87001625)
Carson St.
39°09′49″N 119°46′41″W / 39.163611°N 119.778056°W / 39.163611; -119.778056 (Carson City Public Buildings)
Carson City
9 Dr. William Henry Cavell House
Dr. William Henry Cavell House
June 22, 1987
(#86001655)
402 W. Robinson St.
39°10′02″N 119°46′46″W / 39.167222°N 119.779444°W / 39.167222; -119.779444 (Dr. William Henry Cavell House)
Carson City
10 Orion Clemens House
Orion Clemens House
March 12, 1979
(#79003439)
502 N. Division St.
39°10′00″N 119°46′07″W / 39.166667°N 119.768611°W / 39.166667; -119.768611 (Orion Clemens House)
Carson City
11 Abraham Curry House
Abraham Curry House
March 30, 1987
(#87000501)
406 N. Nevada St.
39°09′57″N 119°46′08″W / 39.165833°N 119.768889°W / 39.165833; -119.768889 (Abraham Curry House)
Carson City
12 Dat So La Lee House
Dat So La Lee House
June 6, 1994
(#94000553)
331 W. Proctor St.
39°09′55″N 119°46′03″W / 39.165278°N 119.7675°W / 39.165278; -119.7675 (Dat So La Lee House)
Carson City
13 Foreman-Roberts House
Foreman-Roberts House
January 3, 1978
(#78003213)
1217 N. Carson St.
39°10′19″N 119°45′57″W / 39.171944°N 119.765833°W / 39.171944; -119.765833 (Foreman-Roberts House)
Carson City
14 The Glenbrook Upload image
May 1, 1981
(#81000702)
600 N. Carson St.
39°10′07″N 119°43′54″W / 39.168611°N 119.731667°W / 39.168611; -119.731667 (The Glenbrook)
Carson City
15 Governor's Mansion
Governor's Mansion
October 22, 1976
(#76002242)
606 Mountain St.
39°10′04″N 119°46′20″W / 39.167778°N 119.772222°W / 39.167778; -119.772222 (Governor's Mansion)
Carson City
16 Kitzmeyer Furniture Factory
Kitzmeyer Furniture Factory
June 22, 1987
(#87000714)
319 N. Carson St.
39°09′58″N 119°45′15″W / 39.166111°N 119.754167°W / 39.166111; -119.754167 (Kitzmeyer Furniture Factory)
Carson City
17 Lakeview House
Lakeview House
January 5, 1978
(#78003211)
U.S. Route 395 south of E. Lake Blvd.
39°12′29″N 119°48′13″W / 39.208056°N 119.803611°W / 39.208056; -119.803611 (Lakeview House)
Carson City
18 Leport-Toupin House
Leport-Toupin House
September 16, 1985
(#85002407)
503 E. Telegraph St.
39°09′57″N 119°45′42″W / 39.165833°N 119.761667°W / 39.165833; -119.761667 (Leport-Toupin House)
Carson City
19 Marlette Lake Water System Upload image
September 16, 1992
(#92001162)
Roughly from Marlette Lake east to State Route 80
39°13′15″N 119°49′17″W / 39.220833°N 119.821389°W / 39.220833; -119.821389 (Marlette Lake Water System)
Carson City
20 McKeen Motor Car #70
McKeen Motor Car #70
September 6, 2005
(#05000968)
Nevada State Railroad Museum
39°08′55″N 119°46′03″W / 39.148611°N 119.7675°W / 39.148611; -119.7675 (McKeen Motor Car #70)
Carson City National Historic Landmark designation October 16, 2012[4]
21 Lew M. Meder House
Lew M. Meder House
August 2, 1978
(#78003075)
308 N. Nevada St.
39°09′56″N 119°46′04″W / 39.165556°N 119.767778°W / 39.165556; -119.767778 (Lew M. Meder House)
Carson City
22 Nevada State Capitol
Nevada State Capitol
June 10, 1975
(#75002126)
101 N. Carson St.
39°09′50″N 119°45′54″W / 39.163889°N 119.765°W / 39.163889; -119.765 (Nevada State Capitol)
Carson City
23 Nevada State Printing Office
Nevada State Printing Office
March 29, 1978
(#78003212)
101 S. Fall St.
39°09′49″N 119°45′50″W / 39.163611°N 119.763889°W / 39.163611; -119.763889 (Nevada State Printing Office)
Carson City
24 Gov. James W. Nye Mansion
Gov. James W. Nye Mansion
April 16, 1975
(#75002128)
108 N. Minnesota St.
39°09′52″N 119°46′11″W / 39.164444°N 119.769722°W / 39.164444; -119.769722 (Gov. James W. Nye Mansion)
Carson City
25 Olcovich-Meyers House
Olcovich-Meyers House
July 29, 1993
(#93000682)
214 W. King St.
39°09′51″N 119°46′03″W / 39.164167°N 119.7675°W / 39.164167; -119.7675 (Olcovich-Meyers House)
Carson City
26 Ormsby-Rosser House
Ormsby-Rosser House
May 17, 1979
(#79003437)
304 S. Minnesota St.
39°09′44″N 119°46′11″W / 39.162222°N 119.769722°W / 39.162222; -119.769722 (Ormsby-Rosser House)
Carson City
27 Raycraft Ranch
Raycraft Ranch
May 4, 1976
(#76002243)
North of Carson City on U.S. Route 395
39°11′32″N 119°46′44″W / 39.192222°N 119.778889°W / 39.192222; -119.778889 (Raycraft Ranch)
Carson City
28 Rinckel Mansion
Rinckel Mansion
November 20, 1975
(#75002129)
102 N. Curry St.
39°09′51″N 119°46′01″W / 39.164167°N 119.766944°W / 39.164167; -119.766944 (Rinckel Mansion)
Carson City
29 Gov. Reinhold Sadler House
Gov. Reinhold Sadler House
March 2, 1979
(#79003436)
310 Mountain St.
39°09′55″N 119°46′20″W / 39.165278°N 119.772222°W / 39.165278; -119.772222 (Gov. Reinhold Sadler House)
Carson City
30 St. Charles-Muller's Hotel
St. Charles-Muller's Hotel
May 27, 1982
(#82003209)
302-304-310 S. Carson St.
39°09′43″N 119°45′58″W / 39.161944°N 119.766111°W / 39.161944; -119.766111 (St. Charles-Muller's Hotel)
Carson City
31 St. Peter's Episcopal Church
St. Peter's Episcopal Church
January 3, 1978
(#78003215)
312 N. Division St.
39°09′56″N 119°46′09″W / 39.165556°N 119.769167°W / 39.165556; -119.769167 (St. Peter's Episcopal Church)
Carson City
32 George L. Sanford House
George L. Sanford House
December 19, 1994
(#94001472)
405 N. Roop St.
39°10′03″N 119°42′47″W / 39.1675°N 119.713056°W / 39.1675; -119.713056 (George L. Sanford House)
Carson City
33 Sears-Ferris House
Sears-Ferris House
February 9, 1979
(#79003438)
311 W. 3rd St.
39°09′44″N 119°46′06″W / 39.162222°N 119.768333°W / 39.162222; -119.768333 (Sears-Ferris House)
Carson City
34 Second Railroad Car No. 21
Second Railroad Car No. 21
December 1, 1978
(#78003214)
Nevada State Railroad Museum, located at 2180 S. Carson St.
39°08′51″N 119°46′06″W / 39.1475°N 119.768333°W / 39.1475; -119.768333 (Second Railroad Car No. 21)
Carson City
35 David Smaill House
David Smaill House
September 16, 1985
(#85002408)
313 W. Ann St.
39°10′16″N 119°46′06″W / 39.171111°N 119.768333°W / 39.171111; -119.768333 (David Smaill House)
Carson City
36 William Spence House
William Spence House
July 18, 1985
(#85001602)
308 S. Thompson St.
39°09′45″N 119°46′14″W / 39.1625°N 119.770556°W / 39.1625; -119.770556 (William Spence House)
Carson City
37 Stewart Indian School
Stewart Indian School
September 18, 1985
(#85002432)
South of Carson City off U.S. Route 395
39°06′51″N 119°45′21″W / 39.114167°N 119.755833°W / 39.114167; -119.755833 (Stewart Indian School)
Carson City
38 U.S. Mint
U.S. Mint
September 5, 1975
(#75002127)
600 N. Carson St.
39°10′03″N 119°45′59″W / 39.1675°N 119.766389°W / 39.1675; -119.766389 (U.S. Mint)
Carson City
39 Virginia and Truckee Railroad Depot-Carson City
Virginia and Truckee Railroad Depot-Carson City
September 30, 1998
(#98001208)
729 N. Carson St.
39°10′04″N 119°45′55″W / 39.167778°N 119.765278°W / 39.167778; -119.765278 (Virginia and Truckee Railroad Depot-Carson City)
Carson City
40 Virginia and Truckee Railway Locomotive No. 27
Virginia and Truckee Railway Locomotive No. 27
October 27, 2004
(#04001198)
Nevada State Railroad Museum, located at 2180 S. Carson St.
39°08′58″N 119°46′00″W / 39.149444°N 119.766667°W / 39.149444; -119.766667 (Virginia and Truckee Railway Locomotive No. 27)
Carson City
41 Virginia and Truckee RR. Engines No. 18, The Dayton; and No. 22, The Inyo
Virginia and Truckee RR. Engines No. 18, The Dayton; and No. 22, The Inyo
December 18, 1973
(#73002245)
Nevada State Railroad Museum, located at the northeastern corner of Colorado and Carson Sts.
39°08′50″N 119°45′55″W / 39.147222°N 119.765278°W / 39.147222; -119.765278 (Virginia and Truckee RR. Engines No. 18, The Dayton; and No. 22, The Inyo)
Carson City
42 Wabuska Railroad Station
Wabuska Railroad Station
August 30, 1984
(#84002070)
S. Carson St.
39°09′00″N 119°46′00″W / 39.15°N 119.766667°W / 39.15; -119.766667 (Wabuska Railroad Station)
Carson City
43 West Side Historic District
West Side Historic District
November 2, 2011
(#11000785)
Roughly bounded by Curry, Mountain, 5th & John Sts.
39°09′59″N 119°46′13″W / 39.166389°N 119.770278°W / 39.166389; -119.770278 (West Side Historic District)
Carson City

Former listings[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Virginia and Truckee Railroad Shops Upload image
December 2, 1977
(#77001508)
October 13, 2000
Between Stewart and Plaza Streets
Carson City Demolished in 1991.[5]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on September 26, 2014.
  2. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  3. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  4. ^ "Weekly list of actions taken on properties: 10/22/12 through 10/27/12". National Park Service. November 2, 2012. Retrieved November 6, 2012. 
  5. ^ [1]