Zeb Kendall House
Zeb Kendall House Overview
Located in Nye County, Nevada, the Zeb Kendall House was recognized as a historic place in 1982.
The Zeb Kendall House was built in 1906 and added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 20, 1982.
Zeb Kendall House History
It was deemed significant for its association with Zebeniezer “Zeb” Kendall (d.1954), a prominent Tonopah citizen who developed mining interests, operated the Palace Hotel and represented Nye County in the Nevada state legislature.
It is also significant for its architecture as a well-preserved Neo-Colonial wood-frame structure.
Zebenizer “Zeb” Kendall was an early leaser who also operated the Palace Hotel, the first hostelry, in Tonopah. His development of the January lease in Goldfield in 1904 also helped/precipitate that district’s tremendous mining rush.
Zeb Kendall also served terms from 1909 to 1917 as state Senator in 1933.
- 1906 – The house was constructed
- May 20, 1982 – Added to the National Register of Historic Places
Unknown at this time.
150 University Avenue – Tonopah, Nevada
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