Welcome To The Goldfield Historical Society

The Goldfield Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the history and heritage of Goldfield, Nevada for present and future generations.

We hope you enjoy this Web Site. It is our hope that it will show you, through pictures and articles, the excitement that was and is Goldfield, Nevada.

The 1907 Goldfield High School Restoration Project

The Goldfield High School, located on the corner of Euclid and Ramsey, is one of the most significant buildings remaining in the Goldfield National Historic District.

In 2008, the building and land were donated to a Nevada non-profit corporation for the benefit of the people of Goldfield and Esmeralda County.   At this time, the Goldfield Historical Society voted to undertake the stabilization and restoration of this grand old building with the help of grants, fundraisers and donations from people like you.

The Society’s intent is to restore the building to its former glory.  The plan is to utilize the building to interpret the natural and cultural history of Esmeralda County as well as a future venue for special events.   Read about its history and the timeline of our ongoing  struggle to save the building.

Check out our Updates!


Goldfield 116th Birthday – 
See how it went

Goldfield High School Restoration – First look at the new stairs

Quilt Fundraiser – Jackie Pankrast of Ramona, Ca was the lucky winner. She is also a Society Member. Congratulations!

Read our Newest Newsletter – 2nd Quarter 2019

Parker/Lebarthe House – Disaster averted!

Check out our Featured Story Archive – There’s LOTS to enjoy

Tours Now Available – Just Jeri offers tours to fit your interests.

Got Old Goldfield Photos?
Do you, your friends or relatives have any photos of Goldfield’s old buildings that you would be willing to share?  We will give you credit for the photos and feature them and whatever stories you want to share on our site. Please contact Edie at:  goldfieldhistorical@gmail.com

Did You Know?

…that  the Goldfield High School colors were Orange & Black?

…that the school paper was called the Joshua Palm?

…that women school teachers were required to wear two petticoats under their long skirts?
(I am wondering who actually checked to see if they complied…)

Walking Tour Booklet

Goldfield Walking Tour Booklet

The Goldfield Historical Society  | P.O. Box 393  |  Goldfield, Nevada 89013
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The Goldfield Historical Society, Goldfield, Nevada, is an IRS-approved 501 (c) 3 tax-exempt organization.  Your donation may be tax deductible.
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