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Joseph Giraud House

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Source: Facebook: Reno Big Arts Little City

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The Joseph Giraud House at 442 Flint Street in Reno. Built in 1914.


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Date Uploaded: January 15, 2024

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb868309531964458

Contributor: Reno Big Arts Little City on Facebook

Source: Facebook: Reno Big Arts Little City

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Source Caption: The Joseph Giraud House at 442 Flint Street is the first historic property in Reno to be recognized on the Local Register of Historic Places. This Colonial/Georgian Revival style brick building was designed by Frederic DeLonchamps and was constructed in 1914. Joseph Giraud was a sheep rancher and had this home built for his family residence. In 1934, the home was purchased by Roy Allen Hardy, a mining engineer who worked for George Wingfield. The Hardy family lived in the home until 1976. At that time, the building was adapted to a restaurant and remains a commercial building today. More information about The Joseph Giruad House: https://www.renohistorical.org/items/show/240

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