City of Mesquite Marker #7 reads:
The large room at the front of this building was used for meetings, quilting and as a center for service projects of the Relief Society, the women’s organization of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Members of the church were baptized in the irrigation ditch north of here until a cement font was built in a back room of the building. It was used for baptisms until 1948 when the brick chapel on Mesquite Boulevard was built. At that time the Relief Society Building was converted to a home.
Built in 1920.
Located at 21 North Willow Street, Mesquite, Nevada.