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Dat So La Lee House

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Area  less than one acre
Built by  Cohn, Abram
Added to NRHP  6 June 1994
Built  c.1914
NRHP Reference #  94000553
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Dat So La Lee House
Location  331 W. Proctor St., Carson City, Nevada
Architectural style  Late 19th and Early 20th Century American Movements, board and batten

The Dat So La Lee House, which is located at 331 W. Proctor St. in Carson City, Nevada, is a historic house that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was a home of Dat So La Lee (ca. 1845/1855–1925), a woman who also was known as Louisa Keyser, who was a well-known Washoe Indian basket weaver. The house, also known as the Louisa Keyser House, was listed on the National Register in 1994.

The house is a modest one-story board and batten cottage built by Abram Cohn, husband of Clarrise Amy Cohn, who was Louisa's promoter. At time of NRHP listing, the house was still a residence. It faces north onto West Proctor Street, but is set back about 40 feet behind a small lawn and parking area.

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Dat So La Lee House Wikipedia


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