Douglas County Courthouse (Nevada)


Douglas County Courthouse (Nevada)
Douglas County Courthouse
Douglas County Courthouse (Nevada) is located in Nevada
Location: Minden, Nevada
Coordinates: 38°57′20″N 119°45′48″W / 38.95556°N 119.76333°W / 38.95556; -119.76333Coordinates: 38°57′20″N 119°45′48″W / 38.95556°N 119.76333°W / 38.95556; -119.76333
Built: 1915
Architect: Frederick J. DeLongchamps; Friedhoff & Hoeffel
Architectural style: Classical Revival
Governing body: Local
MPS: Architecture of Frederick J. DeLongchamps TR
NRHP Reference#: 86002266[1]
Added to NRHP: August 6, 1986

Douglas County Courthouse is a historic courthouse at 1616 Eighth Street in Minden, Nevada, United States.[1] When the county seat moved to Minden from Genoa in 1916,[2] architects Frederick DeLongchamps and George L.F. O'Brien were hired to design a new courthouse for $700. The building was finished the same year by contractors Friedhoff and Hoeffel for $25,000.[3]

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