Acrylic Fridge Magnet Depicting Nevada State Capitol Building
Nestled between the other historic buildings is the Neveda's State Capitol building, famous for being the second oldest capital in the west of the Mississippi. This historical structure serves as a Supreme Court, State Capitol, legislature and the State Library. Acrylic Fridge Magnet depicts the faded reflection of the State Capitol building. Most visitors want to leave with a souvenir and the Acrylic Fridge Magnet serves as a sophisticated souvenir for this historic building.
Interesting facts about the Nevada State Capitol Building
This historical monument was not always alive with the daily hustle and bustle of government employees. For many years after its construction, the State Capitol slumbered at the center of the city. In the 1930's, The Capitol building was used as a museum for the exhibition of Pacific cost pioneers, and other Carson City artifacts. Governor Emmet Boyle of Nevada, holds the honor of signing the Nineteenth Amendment Resolution that gave women right to vote. The State Capitol building was blueprinted by Joseph Gosling (a San Francisco architect) for $250, the design was implemented by a Local contractor Peter Cavanaugh.
Design of the Nevada State Capitol Building
Joseph Gosling designed the structure of the building in 1870; the building incorporates Renaissance and Italian rudiments in its fabrication. To cut the costs, the sandstone used in its composition was acquired without a charge from the State Prison, outside of Carson City. The first floor has the major offices with central halls connected to it. The second floor has Assembly and Senate legislative chambers. Second floor is crowned by the Octadic dome that is the natural source of light on this level.