National Register of Historic Places in Churchill County
Three buildings comprise this historic property: the store itself, a small railroad bunkhouse and a garage. They were moved here between 1944 and 1948, although they date to an earlier period.
The buildings are significant for their association with the history of commerce and transportation along the stretch of the Reno Highway between Fernley and Fallon. They date to Hazen's early days as a railroad town. When trains no longer stopped in Hazen, the store found a new life serving automobile travelers.
The town of Hazen is Nevada Historical Marker 178.