Nevada Mid-Century Modern Buildings

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Fallon Industries Thrift Store
Fallon, NV
The Fallon Industries Thrift Store previously housed Custom Office Supply. I don't know what business was here originally. The building, or at least the exterior details, appears to be from the 1950s or 1960s. It now houses Leah's Pool Hall. [map]

Incline Village:
former gas station

Gate A
Paradise, NV
Gate A at Harry Reid International Airport was built from 1970-1974. There are three other round gates like this at the airport. For more, see this website. [map]

Fleischmann Planetarium
Reno, NV
The Fleischmann Planetarium was built in 1963. It was originally called the Fleischmann Atmospherium and Planetarium. The hyperbolic paraboloid building was designed by Ray Hellman. [map]

Mark Fore & Strike
Reno, NV
The Mark Fore & Strike sporting goods store opened in 1963. This building appears to be from then. [map]

High Sierra Lanes
Reno, NV
The High Sierra Lanes sign appears to be from the 1960s or 1970s. The building looks like it might have been embellished more recently with "retro" details. [map]

C. Clifton Young Federal Building & Courthouse
Reno, NV
The C. Clifton Young Federal Building & Courthouse was designed by Lockard, Casazza, Parsons & Associates and built in 1965. It was originally known simply as the Federal Building and then renamed in 1988 after Clarence Clifton Young. [map]

Washoe County Library
Reno, NV
The Washoe County Library was designed by Hewitt C. Wells of DeLongchamps, O’Brien and Wells and built in 1966. The interior's landscape architect was Mitchell Serven. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For more, see this website. [map]