National Register of Historic Places in Pershing County
The Vocational Agricultural Building of Lovelock, Nevada, was constructed in 1941 to house the vocational education programs of Pershing County, under the auspices of the National Youth Administration. Fifty years later, the freestanding Moderne style structure still serves the same purpose for which it was constructed. Little is known about the Reno architect, Russell Mills, who designed the building. The Vo-Ag Building has received virtually no exterior or interior alterations since original construction; the integrity of this structure is excellent.
Source: NRHP Nomination Form