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Righi House

Date of photo: 1970s-80s
Photographer: Tom Davis

Source: Facebook: Tom Davis

Tags: 314etelegraph, carsoncity, righihouse, stewartstreet,

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The Joseph Righi House on the corner of Stewart and Telegraph Streets. Known for being the last house to be demolished in the blocks that make up the Carson Nugget parking lot. This house outlasted all of its neighbors by decades and was finally demolished in 2011. Address is 314 E Telegraph Street. History of the house: https://www.nevadaappeal.com/news/local/decaying-house-to-succumb-to-fire-training-exercise/


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Date Uploaded: March 2, 2018

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb10201919711552749

Contributor: Tom Davis on Facebook

Source: Facebook: Tom Davis

Source URL: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10201919711552749&set=g.201232303263313&type=1&theater

Source Caption: Back in the early 1980s an elderly couple named Riggi lived in this house which eventually turned out to be the only structure left of the many torn down for the Nugget Casino's parking lot. When I interviewed the two old people around 1981 they told me they had been married in this house in 1929 and had lived there ever since. In their kitchen they were still using the old-style refrigerator that had the round coil on top. The Nugget finally tore the old house down several years ago. The Nugget's leveling of several city blocks was finally complete.

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