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1. Photograph of Joe Bock and Wilbur Clark at a party celebrating the first anniversary of the Desert Inn, Photograph of Joe Bock and Wilbur Clark at a party celebrating the first anniversary of the Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 1951 Joe Bock, food and beverage purchasing agent for the Desert Inn, with Desert Inn owner Wilbur Clark with Joe Bock (left) at the Desert Inn's first anniversary celebration in Las Vegas, Nevada April 1951

2. Photograph of AEC Depository Library donation, Las Vegas, September 26, 1963 Photograph of AEC Depository Library donation, Las Vegas, September 26, 1963 Dedication of the AEC Depository Library at Nevada Southern University (NSU). Typed description provided with image: "Dream Realized. Dedication of the AEC Depository Library at Nevada Southern climaxed a long effort by (left to right) Consulting Engineer Levis Fussell, Jr., and Mr. O. R. Placak, Officer-in-Charge of the Public Health Service's Southwestern Radiological Laboratory, pictured with Mr. James E. Reeves, Manager of the AEC's Nevada Operations Office, Dean W. D. Carlson of Nevada Southern and President A. C. Grant of the Board of Regents for the University of Nevada. Messrs. Fussell and Placak were first to propose establishment of the library at Nevada Southern and headed the effort to obtain it. USAEC Nevada Operations Office; 2753 South Highland Drive; September 26, 1963."

3. Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s The view of an atomic explosion at the Nevada Test Site (NTS) located 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas in Nye County, Nevada. Established on January 11, 1951, the Nevada Test Site was also formerly known as the Nevada Proving Grounds.

4. Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s The view of an atomic explosion at the Nevada Test Site (NTS) located 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas in Nye County, Nevada. Established on January 11, 1951, the Nevada Test Site was also formerly known as the Nevada Proving Grounds.

5. Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s The view of an atomic explosion at the Nevada Test Site (NTS) located 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas in Nye County, Nevada. Established on January 11, 1951, the Nevada Test Site was also formerly known as the Nevada Proving Grounds.

6. Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s The view of an atomic explosion at the Nevada Test Site (NTS) located 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas in Nye County, Nevada. Established on January 11, 1951, the Nevada Test Site was also formerly known as the Nevada Proving Grounds.

7. Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s The view of an atomic explosion at the Nevada Test Site (NTS) located 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas in Nye County, Nevada. Established on January 11, 1951, the Nevada Test Site was also formerly known as the Nevada Proving Grounds.

8. Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s The view of an atomic explosion at the Nevada Test Site (NTS) located 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas in Nye County, Nevada. Established on January 11, 1951, the Nevada Test Site was also formerly known as the Nevada Proving Grounds.

9. Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s The view of an atomic explosion at the Nevada Test Site (NTS) located 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas in Nye County, Nevada. Established on January 11, 1951, the Nevada Test Site was also formerly known as the Nevada Proving Grounds.

10. Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s The view of an atomic explosion at the Nevada Test Site (NTS) located 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas in Nye County, Nevada. Established on January 11, 1951, the Nevada Test Site was also formerly known as the Nevada Proving Grounds.

11. Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s The view of an atomic explosion at the Nevada Test Site (NTS) located 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas in Nye County, Nevada. Established on January 11, 1951, the Nevada Test Site was also formerly known as the Nevada Proving Grounds.

12. Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s Film transparency of atomic explosions at the Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada, circa 1950s The view of an atomic explosion at the Nevada Test Site (NTS) located 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas in Nye County, Nevada. Established on January 11, 1951, the Nevada Test Site was also formerly known as the Nevada Proving Grounds.

13. Photograph of Nevada Hatch, Nevada, circa early 1900s Photograph of Nevada Hatch, Nevada, circa early 1900s Handwritten description provided on back of image: "Nevada Hatch, family trad. That she was first Anglo-Saxon child born in Nevada." Included with the image is a copy of a typed letter which reads: "Miss Merle Irwin, Vista del Monte, #118 3775 Modoc Road Santa Barbara, California 93105. Jan. 10, 1978. University of Nevada, Library, Las Vegas. My dear Friends: A year ago my brother and I visited and talked to a lovely lady to whom I promised a photograph of a distant cousin in Michigan, named NEVADA HATCH, because it was said she was the first Anglo-Saxon child born in Nevada. I have now secured it from my brother, Warren Irwin, at 9457 Las Vegas Blvd., Paradise Spa #4, have had a copy made, and herewith send you the original. Sincerely, Merle Irwin." Individual Creator credit goes to H. B. Leckenby.

14. Photograph of a group of prominent Las Vegans at a Variety Club event in Mexico City, Mexico circa mid-1950s Photograph of a group of prominent Las Vegans at a Variety Club event in Mexico City, Mexico circa mid-1950s Variety Club event in Mexico City honoring Las Vegas philanthropists and businessspeople. L-R: contractor Ira Goldring (mostly cut off), Lucille Goldring, unidentified man, Fern Kozloff, attorney Art Ham, Doris Ham, Benny Goldstein (partner of Davie Berman at the Flamingo and the Riviera), Mary Murphy, Toni Clark, Desert Inn owner Wilbur Clark, Hotel Last Frontier owner Jake Kozloff, hotel owner Davie Berman.

15. Photograph of a portion of a map of the state of Nevada, 1906 Photograph of a portion of a map of the state of Nevada, 1906 A portion of a map of the state of Nevada published by the Clason Map Co., Denver, Colorado, copyrighted 1906. Note the routes of the railroads in the southern Nevada area, including the Las Vegas and Tonopah Railroad linking the small community of Las Vegas with Beatty; (More information on the map is contained on the photo board.) (Courtesy, Central Nevada Museum, Tonopah, Nevada.)

16. Slide of Nevada Club, Ely, Nevada, 1986 Slide of Nevada Club, Ely, Nevada, 1986 An image of the exterior of the Nevada Club and Hotel Nevada in Ely. Mounted onto the brick building and hanging over the club's entrance is a large sign of a miner with a pickaxe. Various neon signs read: "Welcome, 21 Slots & Food, Dancing;" "Hotel Nevada;" "Free Parking;" and "Nevada Club."

17. Photograph of AEC Depository Library donation, Las Vegas, September 26, 1963 Photograph of AEC Depository Library donation, Las Vegas, September 26, 1963 Establishment of The AEC Depository Library at Nevada Southern University (NSU) in Las Vegas. Typed description provided with photo: "Boon to Scientific Community. Establishment of an AEC Depository Library at Nevada Southern is expected to aid in the grown of the school to a point where it will be able to offer satisfying academic courses for personnel associated with nuclear and space programs. members of the scientific community turned out in force for the September 24 dedication. Here (left to right) Meteorologist in Charge Phil W. Allen of the U.S. Weather Bureau in Las Vegas and Chief Bob P. Helgeson of the Space Nuclear Propulsion Office - Nevada Extension, join Nevada Southern Librarian Jerry Dye in shelving the first of some 15,000 reports included in the library. USAEC Nevada Operations Office; 2453 Highland Drive; September 26, 1963."

18. Photograph of construction at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, circa 1960s-1970s Photograph of construction at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, circa 1960s-1970s The Nevada Southern University Library expansion by construction of the second and third floors in Las Vegas, Nevada. Nevada Southern University (NSU) was later renamed the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV).

19. Photograph of AEC Depository Library donation, Las Vegas, September 26, 1963 Photograph of AEC Depository Library donation, Las Vegas, September 26, 1963 Typed description provided with image: "Library Dedicated (Left to right) Vice-President Kenneth Young of University of Nevada, Manager James E. Reeves of the AEC'S Nevada Operations Office, Dean W. D. Carlson of Nevada Southern and Chairman Archie C. Grant of the University Board of Regents examine the first shipment of materials for the AEC Depository Library at Nevada Southern which was dedicated September 24. The library will include more than 15,000 reports and 42,000 report titles on microfilm. USAEC Nevada Operations Office; 2753 South Highland Drive; September 26, 1963."

20. Photograph of construction at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, circa 1960s-1970s Photograph of construction at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, circa 1960s-1970s The Nevada Southern University, later renamed the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), Library main entrance and mural. Handwritten description provided on back of image: "Main entrance and mural; Nevada Southern Library."
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