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University of Nevada Reno Historic District

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Built  1906
Opened  1906
Added to NRHP  25 February 1987
NRHP Reference #  87000135
Area  16 ha
Architect  Stanford White
University of Nevada Reno Historic District
Location  Virginia St., Reno, Nevada, U.S.
Architectural style  Second Empire architecture
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University of Nevada Reno Historic District on the campus of the University of Nevada, Reno is a 40-acre (16 ha) historic district that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) on February 25, 1987. It includes works by architects Stanford White and Frederick J. DeLongchamps. It includes 13 contributing buildings and two other contributing structures, including two separately NRHP-listed buildings, the Mackay School of Mines Building and Morrill Hall. The 13 historic buildings are:

  • Morrill Hall (1886)
  • Lincoln Hall (1896)
  • Manzanita Hall (1896)
  • Mackay School of Mines (1908)
  • Jones Visitors Center (1914)
  • Veterinary Building (1914)
  • Peter Frandsen Humanities Building (1918)
  • Thompson Student Services Center (1920)
  • Physical Plant (1921)
  • Clark Administration (1927)
  • Mackay Science Hall (1930)
  • Palmer Engineering Building (1941)
  • Gymnasium (1945) (of "exceptional significance to the district")
  • and the two other contributing elements are

  • University Quadrangle
  • Manzanita Lake
  • References

    University of Nevada Reno Historic District Wikipedia

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