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Clark County Courthouse (1914-1958)

Location:
200 S. 3rth St.
Las Vegas, NV
Purpose(s): Demolition
Completed: 1914
Theme: Spanish Colonial Revival architecture
Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Cost: $46,000 (Estimated) $50,000+
Architect(s):
Contractors: Campbell and Turner (Contractors)
Savage Heating and Plumbing (Utilities)
Architectural Elements: Spanish Style red tile roof Second floor windows separated by large Corinthian columns Mission Revival Arches along the front facade
Extra Note: Completed in 1914, the exterior combined arched side windows on the first and second elevation and a Spanish style red tile roof. The second floor windows were separated with large Corinthian columns. Mission Revival arches decorated the front facade. After the county administration moved from the building, it served as a city hall and library. From
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