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Jim Butler Mining Company Stone Row Houses

The Jim Butler Mining Company Stone Row Houses in Tonopah, Nevada, are historic landmarks reflecting the early 20th-century mining era. Built in 1904 by the Jim Butler Mining Company, these duplex houses were integral to the town’s thriving mining community.

Jim Butler Mining Company Stone Row Houses

Jim Butler Mining Company Stone Row Houses Overview

These stone row houses, constructed to accommodate miners, showcase typical worker housing styles of the time and represent an important aspect of Tonopah’s mining history.

National Register Number

NRHP Reference No. 82003224

Year Established/Founded

1904

Jim Butler Mining Company Stone Row Houses History

Originally built by the Jim Butler Mining Company to house miners, the stone row houses were later acquired by Margaret Cluff in 1905 for use as rental properties. Their design, featuring stone walls and pyramid-shaped roofs, is characteristic of the period’s worker housing.

Timeline

  • 1904: Construction of the Stone Row Houses by Jim Butler Mining Company.
  • 1905: Margaret Cluff purchased the houses for rental purposes.
  • 1982: Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

County

Tonopah, Nye County, Nevada

GPS Coordinates

Unknown at this time.

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Location

314 Everett Ave., Tonopah, Nevada

The Jim Butler Mining Company Stone Row Houses stand as a historic reminder of Tonopah’s rich mining heritage, encapsulating the spirit and resilience of its early 20th-century mining community.

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