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  • Olcovich–Meyers House

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    The Olcovich–Meyers House, at 214 W. King St. in Carson City, Nevada, is a historic, well-preserved house that was built during 1874-75 with Late Victorian architecture. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1993. The listing included two contributing buildings. It is reportedly one of few surviving houses in Carson City that have "Gothic-influenced" architecture. The house also shows Italianate and Eastlake stylistic elements. It was built by Joseph Olcovich for his brother Bernard. Victorian details were probably added in the late 1880s, by George Meyers, who then owned it.

  • West Side Historic District (Carson City, Nevada)

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    The West Side Historic District in Carson City, Nevada, United States, is a historic district that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2011. It includes properties within an area roughly bounded by Curry, Mountain, 5th & John Sts.

  • Adams House (Carson City, Nevada)

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    The Adams House in Carson City, Nevada, located at 990 N. Minnesota St., is a historic Bungalow/Craftsman-style house that was built during 1922-23 by DeWitt Adams, for his family. It is a "modest" building but a good example of a small bungalow with American Craftsman architecture. Its design is believed to have been a catalog plan. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999. The property was listed for sale, marketed for use as offices, in 2013.

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