17 December 1979
| 549 Court St., Reno, Nevada|
Colonial Revival architecture
Hawkins House (Reno, Nevada) Wikipedia
Hawkins House, later known as Sierra Nevada Museum of Art, is a historic home in Reno, Nevada. It was designed in a colonial revival style by Elmer Grey for Prince A. Hawkins, a scion of the well-established Hawkins family, in 1911. It is now the offices of the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association (NIAA).
It is adjacent to the Francis G. Newlands House, a National Historic Landmark.