The Belvada was built as the The Nevada State Bank & Trust building in 1906.
The building was erected in Classical Revival style and the Chicago style influence can be seen in the large windows on the first floor. Four months after the building was completed, a nationwide financial panic struck the USA and the State Bank & Trust building closed. Its owner, Thomas Rickey, was arrested and indicted for embezzlement and the bank closed its doors. The Nevada First National Bank of Tonopah moved into the building in 1908.
101 South Main Street
Tonopah, Nevada 89049
Phone (775) 277-3950
Toll Free (877) 761-5321