Every building has a story. The building at 529-531 Railroad Ave., the so-called Rawlins House, has a story that includes a small mystery.
Apart from its galvanized iron faade — a feature unique among Las Vegas buildings — some of its more interesting details have little to do with the building itself and more to do with the man Rawlins, whose name still appears prominently in big, stamped metal letters on the cornice.
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