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Abraham Curry House

406 N. Nevada Street
Carson City, Nevada, 89703

Abraham Curry House
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The Abraham Curry House, at 406 N. Nevada St. in Carson City, Nevada, was built c. 1871. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.
It is a one-story masonry building that was home for Carson City founder Abraham Curry (d. 1873), who was first Superintendent of the United States Mint in Carson City.

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