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Lew M.  Meder House, 308 North Nevada Street, Carson City, Carson City, NV

Lew M. Meder House, 308 North Nevada Street, Carson City, Carson City, NV

 
 
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Summary

Significance: Elaborately detailed with Classical motifs, this modest house was built in the later 1870's. Wood decorative elements include a double bracketed, eave return cornice, and applied, corner quoins. This distinctive quoining, the "false-front" side cornices, and the double window square bays distinguish other Carson City homes.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-3
Survey number: HABS NV-13-27
Building/structure dates: ca. 1875 Initial Construction

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Contributors

Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Hartwig, Robert L, project manager
McCreery, John T, delineator
Mizell, Robert P, delineator
Schafer, Jack W, delineator
Hartwig, Robert L, delineator
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Location

Carson City (Nev.)39.16380, -119.76740
Google Map of 39.1637984, -119.7674034
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