Nevada Historical Marker Number
Nevada’s Capitol is Nevada Historical Marker #25.
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How to Get to Nevada’s Capitol
The marker can be accessed from South Carson Street (U.S. 395/50) near East Musser Street and you will be able to find the marker on the building to the right of the entrance doors.
Nevada Historical Marker Transcription
Completed in 1871, Nevada’s splendid victorian capitol was built of sandstone from the quarry of the town’s founder, Abe Curry. The octagon annex was added in 1907, the north and south wings in 1915. Notable features are its Alaskan marble walls, French crystal windows, and elegant interior.
Nevada Centennial Marker No. 25
Sponsor: Daughters of the American Colonists