The Lyon County Courthouse was the second that DeLongchamps designed in Nevada. The concrete and brick structure in the Beaux-Arts classical style has a highly sculpted wooden cornice with dentils resting on a large pedimented portico supported by four paired terra-cotta Doric columns. Elaborate cornices with dentils and pediments adorn the main entrance and the first-floor windows. In 1935 the county constructed a large rear addition, which closely matches the original structure.
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Lyon County Courthouse
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