Nevada's building was designed as a bungalow style with wide verandas on three sides. It stood near the Rhode Island, Connecticut and Pennsylvania buildings on Colonial Avenue, between the Mining Gulch and Commonwealth Boulevard. One of the smallest of the state buildings, it measured 44 by 54 feet and cost 8,000 dollars.
Inside, visitors were welcomed to a polished floor spread with rugs, and plenty of house-plants. another small room showcased an Oriental den in one corner and the office of the commissioner in the other.
The second floor housed living quarters. Photographs of Nevada beauty, mining industries and irrigations systems were displayed on the walls and in albums
Not surprisingly, Nevada had a huge display at the Palace of Mines and Metallurgy, where they displayed gold, silver, copper, lead and precious
Lee Gaskins' AT THE FAIR The 1904 St. Louis World's Fair
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