Architecture Studies Library
       University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries
UNLV HOME (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
Links for ASL and Libraries Hours for all UNLV Libraries Search catalog for all UNLV Libraries Access your library account ASL Comment Form
ASL Books     Articles     Course Reserves    
                            
The ASL The Web


UNLV Libraries -> Architecture Studies Library-> Collections -> Las Vegas Guides and Collection -> Las Vegas Tours -> Las Vegas Buildings -- Historical Fifth Street School
 

Fifth Street School (1936)
Architect(s): Orville L. Clark & George K. Thompson
Address: 400 Las Vegas Blvd. S.

This Mission/Spanish Revival style building served as a grammar school. The building then became the Clark County Courthouse Annex before being converted into a police substation and classroom space. This building was added to the Historic Register in 1988.

View other buildings and image(s) available on ASL's self guided architectural driving tour at:http://www.library.unlv.edu/arch/lasvegas/downtown01b.html#010 This series of pictures were taken by Paulette Nelson in July 2007 for the Architecture Studies Library.

 
 




























 
Photographs by Paulette Nelson.
Monday, 17-Dec-2012 10:50:12 PST