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Temples Of Justice: County Courthouses Of Nevada
by Ronald M. James
University of Nevada Press, 1994
eISBN: 978-0-87417-433-5 | Cloth: 978-0-87417-239-3
Library of Congress Classification NA4472.N3J36 1994
Dewey Decimal Classification 725.1509793

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

From Storey County's High Victorian Italianate-styled courthouse to Lander County's former schoolhouse, now a Neo-classical courthouse, Temples of Justice provides an architectural history of the courthouses of Nevada. In Nevada's first published architectural history, Temples of Justice treats the state's buildings as a series of documents from the past. Presented collectively the courthouses illustrate the choices and influences that have affected Nevada's communities as the citizens have sought to project an image of themselves and their aspirations through public architecture. The courthouses are important local public facilities, and they provide an excellent opportunity to understand the history of attitudes and tastes in the state. 



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