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Photograph of the North Las Vegas Hospital groundbreaking celebration, Las Vegas, September 2, 1980
The groundbreaking celebration for the North Las Vegas Hospital held at the Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. From left to right, individuals pictured include Irv Alper, President of Huntington Health Services; William Bennett, North Las Vegas Hospital Administrator; Tammy Landry, Model; and Lee Karns, President of Comprehensive Care Services.
Slide of Silver Bowl Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada, circa 1980s
Nighttime aerial view of the Silver Bowl (now Sam Boyd Stadium), home of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas football team and the annual Las Vegas Bowl.
Slide of Las Vegas Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada, circa 1971-1977
Distant view of Las Vegas Stadium (later the Silver Bowl, then Sam Boyd Stadium).
Photograph of Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce billboard, Las Vegas, 1950s-1960s
Two unidentified men posing beside a Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce billboard on Highway 91, now the Las Vegas Strip, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The billboard reads: "It takes 2 - your chamber of commerce, and you, to produce prosperity and progress."
Photograph of the Strip, Las Vegas, December 22, 1976
An aerial view of Las Vegas Strip, looking north from just below the Aladdin Hotel and Casino. Scenic tour plane is visible in photograph.
Photograph of members of the Las Vegas, Nevada Rotary Club, March 14, 1982
L-R: Former Las Vegas Rotary Club President Angelo Manzi, North Las Vegas Mayor Bud Cleland, Colonel Hupp and Las Vegas newspaper journalist and editor John Cahlan. The two men on the right are holding a certificate of appreciation celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the Rotay Club in Las Vegas.
Photograph of Hotel Las Vegas, Las Vegas, 1905
The Hotel Las Vegas tent in Las Vegas, Nevada. The handwritten inscription on the back reads, "Hotel Las Vegas, built by Las Vegas Trading Company in 1905. It was located on North Main St. between Stewart St. and the creek, across from Woodards Downtown Camp on ground later occupied by Elwells Warehouse. All canvas and lumber used in building was cut to size and holes bored, in Los Angeles, ready to be bolted together, upon arrival in Las Vegas. Hotel had twenty rooms; floor space was 40 by 130 feet. Kitchen and dining room are seen next door to hotel in right. The hotel was managed by Charles P. Squire. Photo by Eddy Gillette 1905."
Photograph of the construction on the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, circa 1990s
Construction on the west side of the Las Vegas Convention Center. A sign for the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is seen in front of the building.
Photograph of Fred Doumani, Mitzi Gaylor and Mayor Bud Cleland, Las Vegas, November 8, 1974
From left to right, Fred Doumani, Mitzi Gaynor, and North Las Vegas Mayor Bud Cleland in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Aerial photograph of Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada, circa 1964
Aerial photograph of a portion of the Las Vegas Strip, looking northeast in Las Vegas, Nevada. The New Frontier, marquee for the Silver Slipper, and Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn can be seen in the foreground; the La Concha, Riviera and Sahara hotels can be seen near the upper left; the Landmark Hotel tower (under construction) and dome-shaped Las Vegas Convention Center can be seen in the upper right. The KLAS-TV building, on E. Desert Inn Rd., and broadcast tower are seen in the upper center.
Photograph of hotels on Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada, circa 1966
Partial view of the Las Vegas Strip looking northeast from north of Desert Inn Road in Las Vegas, Nevada. The El Rancho Vegas, Riviera, La Concha, and El Morocco Motel are visible on the right side of the photograph. The Westward Ho, Denny's Restaurant, and Satellite Motel are visible on the left. The Sahara Hotel is seen in the distance.
Photograph of Mayor James Seastrand, Las Vegas, 1982
A portrait of Las Vegas Mayor James Seastrand in North Las Vegas, Nevada.
Photograph of North Las Vegas city council meeting, Las Vegas, November 20, 1973
A North Las Vegas city council meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada. From left to right, the people pictured on the podium include: North Las Vegas Councilman Dan Mahoney; Councilman Wendell Waite; Professor Al Johns; and Mayor Bud Cleland. From left to right, David Causey and City Manager Clay Lynch can be seen sitting at the table. Professor Johns was discussing annexation with the council.
Photograph of Mayor James Seastrand, Las Vegas, circa late 1980s-1990s
A portrait of Las Vegas Mayor James Seastrand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Photograph of a fire truck, North Las Vegas , May 11, 1958
A black and white picture of the North Las Vegas fire truck in the North Las Vegas Progress Days Parade.
Photograph of officials breaking ground for the Cheyenne Sports Complex, North Las Vegas, March 1, 1974
A picture of officials breaking ground for the City of North Las Vegas Cheyenne Sports Complex. From left to right: North Las Vegas Building Inspector Roland Tate, North Las Vegas City Councilmen James Seastrand, Dan Mahoney, Wendell Waite and Dan Gray, and North Las Vegas Mayor Bud Cleland.
Photograph of the dedication of Highland Park, North Las Vegas, October 5, 1967
From left to right: a picture of the Dedication of Highland Park in North Las Vegas. Tom Sawyer, North Las Vegas Parks & Recreation Board; George Haley, First Western Savings President; Robert Forson, North Las Vegas Parks & Recreation and Libraries Superintendent; Reverend Aubrey Walley, Pastor of First Methodist Church; Mayor William L. Taylor; Aileen O'Neill, NLV Parks & Recreation Board. First Western Savings presented check to the City of North Las Vegas for the development of Highland Village Park in the amount of $10,000.
Photograph of North Las Vegas Boys' Club fix a home, North Las Vegas, 1967
Members of North Las Vegas Boys' Club clean and fix up a handicapped person's home.
Photograph of Helen Cannon, Las Vegas, February 17, 1981
Helen Cannon receives the "Good Guy" Award from the Las Vegas Press Club for her years of service as the member of the Clark County School Board of Trustees and her dedication to the causes of young people in Las Vegas. Standing behind the award is Kenny Guinn. The other two men in the photograph are not identified.
Photograph of North Las Vegas Boys' Club fix a home, 1967
Members of North Las Vegas Boys' Club help clean and fix up a handicapped person's home. Third from right is North Las Vegas Mayor William Taylor.
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