Mizpah Hotel - Tonopah, NV eyeshots.smugmug.com/DailyPhotos/Daily-2019/i-8zZbXPN
Opened in 1907 as one of the first luxury hotels in Nevada.
Built for $200,000, with solid granite walls, leaded glass windows and Victorian-era luxury appointments, the hotel featured solid oak furniture, hot and cold running water, steam heat, brass chandeliers, stained glass windows, and an electric elevator (one of the first in the state). At five stories, it was also the tallest building in Nevada at the time.
In 2011, Fred and Nancy Cline, owners of two Sonoma, California wineries, purchased the Mizpah Hotel and restored her to greatness.