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Photograph of celebration of the Lido show closing at Stardust Hotel, Las Vegas, 1959
Black and white image of first Lido closing show celebration at Stardust Hotel. The image depicts Frank Sennes (left front); Lorna Jacobs (behind him); Susan Briggs (next to Lorna); Allard Roen (next to Susan); next to Roen, L-R: Sheila, Linda, Enid Mills; Tommy McDonald (wearing light suit); Milton Jaffe next to Tommy; Johnny Drew (far right).
Photograph of Las Vegas School class, Las Vegas, May 1931
Black and white image of students from Las Vegas School gathered for a class picture. First row, left to right: Bonnie Ball, Bernadine Bawman, Charles McAdams, Lucia Morales, Ferris George, Vivian Caudilf, Alvis Allen, Mildred Aldridge, Alen Kepler, Patty Bugess, Nanyu Tomiyasu. Second row, left to right: Richard Parker, Vinie Nielson, Ronald Baugh, Ruth Engwerson, Lyle Sfietz, Adela Varelas, Bob Nicholas, Theresa Santa Cruz, Leon Carlson, Josaphine Nills, and Wayne Bright. Third row, left to right: Harold Krammer, Marjorie Fenning, Claretdal Mastuson, Rowena Prague, Evelyn Young, Vands Mae Berry, Ester Bradly, Lewis Wells, Ethel Roy, Leon Jennings, Marjorie Rockwell, and Billy Tualese. Fourth row, left to right: Ernest Saari, Mabel Snow, Murial Hellen, James Martain, Nelson Bishop, Edward Frances, Jimmy Hard, Tim Carrigan, Gillian O'Brien, Tommy Bean, Natilia Michel, Richard Bingham, Katherine Carr, and Jack Horden. Fifth row, left to right: Leland Hanson, Wesly Barnum, Ruby Baey, Cla
Photograph of the Giants Pee Wee Little League baseball team and their coaches
Little League Baseball-North Las Vegas-1975. Pee Wee ""Giants."" Front row, left to right: Loren Wolfe, Norman Medina, Richard Seech, Randall Seech, Mark Leake. Second row, left to right: Roger Norton, Jimmy Jungblut, Brian [Guellar], Steve Pervis. Third row, left to right: Max Odell, Donny Grimes, Joey Wittle, Brian [Hawley]. Fourth row, left to right: Coach Dale Pervis, Coach Walt Jungblut, Coach Richard Jasso
Film transparencies of students at Clark County High School, Las Vegas, circa early 1900s
Identification given with page: "A class photo page from the Clark County High School in Las Vegas, Nevada Ca. early 1900s. Top row left to right: E. Siebert (class advisor), L. Malone (class secretary), J. Sandy (class president), and N. A. Whiteneck. Second row left to right: R. Oppedyk, W. Ran, A. Sandy, G. Bremner, H. Browning, F. Whiteneck, and D. Williams. Third row from left to right: J. Loflin, M. Davis, K. Bunker, L. Whitehead, B. Bunker, R. Stewart, and F. Goodwin. Bottom row left to right: D. Howell, C. McDonald, J. Walsh, B. Rhoads, E. Davis, and E. Lake. This image is from the fourth Squires photo album page 29 image 1."
Photograph of the Market Plaza coffee shop, Las Vegas Hilton, Las Vegas, Nevada, circa 1974-1975
The newly-remodeled Market Plaza coffee shop in the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas, Nevada. Piece torn out of photo near lower right.
Aerial photograph of the Flamingo Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, circa 1963
Aerial view of the Flamingo Hotel, featuring the "Champagne Tower," on Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada. The marquee advertises Juliet Prowse, Allan Drake, Bobby Winters, Billy Eckstine and Harry James. The marquee for the Sands Hotel, featuring Sammy Davis, Jr., and other hotels can be seen further north on Las Vegas Boulevard. (Damage to lower right corner of photograph noted.)
Photograph of the Scorpions Pee Wee Little League baseball team and their coach
Little League Baseball-North Las Vegas-1975. Pee Wee 'Scorpions"". Front row, left to right: Paul Hartzell, Bruce Sudweeks, Rene Viellada, Mark Royal, Reeves. Second row, left to right: Danne Barbicoa(?), Kevin Suarez, Mike Franklin, David Rivas. Back row, left to right: Coach Hall, Randy Hall, Mike Allen, Troy Arnold, Coach Robert Cobb.
Photograph of the Wolverines Midget Little League baseball team and their coaches
Little League Baseball-North Las Vegas-1975. Midget ""Wolverines."" First row, left to right: Bobby Badgett, Jeff [Havin], Mario Martinez, Flavio Villeda, Rodney Brodway. Second row, left to right: Damon [Sinyard], Brian Bain, John Garcia, Donnie Mojado, Renzo [Cassilas]. Back row, left to right: Coach Dan Mojado, Ricky Green, Max Martinez, Vincent Zuniga, Coach Carolyn Mojado
Photograph of the Tigers Little League baseball team and their coach
Little League Baseball-North Las Vegas-1975. ""Tigers"". Front row, left to right: Lennett Namelly[?], John Randolph, Ricky Carson, Phillip Collins, Darryl Jamerson[?]. Second row, left to right: Micahel Gommage, Larry Sanders, Reggie Scott, Road[?] Williams, Charlies Silas Jr. Back row, left to right: Coach Green, Darryl Simmons, Alvin Butler, Charlie Smith Jr., Coach Ernie Lathon[?]
Photograph of Bluebell Girls poolside at Stardust Hotel, Las Vegas, 1958
Black and white image of (right side of the bar, next to blonde): Lynn, Enid, Valda Boyne Esau and Velleda Jacob, who are pool side at Stardust Hotel in the summer time.
Photograph of celebrities at the Dunes Hotel, Las Vegas, circa 1955
Description provided with image: "Celebrities relax by the Dunes Hotel pool in Las Vegas, Nevada. Front row, second from left: Tab Hunter; second from right: Lori Nelson; far right; Hugh O'Brian. Second row, left: Marla English. Back row, right: Jeff Hunter." Group Creator Bernard of Hollywood, Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada ????
Photograph of a crowd of people associated with the Union Pacific Railroad, Las Vegas, 1940
A black and white image of a group of people associated with the Union Pacific Railroad sitting on benches for a photograph. From left to right, the individuals in the bottom row include: Mrs. A. L. Dixon, Miss L. Dixon, Mrs. C. M. Atherton, Mrs. G. R. Van Eaton, Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. M. L. Botts, Mrs. A. J. Schmidt, Mrs. H. S. Baldwin, Mrs. R. A. Gronberg, Mrs. P. H. Tingen, and Mrs. J. D. Forbes. From left to right, the individuals in the center row include: Mr. A. H. Dixon, Mr. T. C. Roberts, Mrs. R. A. Blonde, and Mrs. O. M. Barnett. From left to right, the individuals in the top row include: Mr. F. J. Jacomini, Mr. G. E. Casey, Mr. J. S. Letchworth, Mr. J. J. Logan, Mr. M. L. Botts, Mr. J. J. Logan, Mr. M. L. Botts, Mr. J. D. Forbes, Mr. H. S. Baldwin, Mr. G. R. Van Eaton, Mr. J. E. White, and Mr. R. A. Blonde. This photo was taken from a time capsule in the cornerstone of the Union Pacific Railroad station located in Las Vegas. The time capsule was placed there in 1940 and was later retrieved when the building was demolished around 1970.
Photograph of a teacher and students in Las Vegas, circa 1905-1906
Black and white image of fifth and sixth grade students at a school located on Second and Lewis Streets. Back row, from left to right: Teacher (Mrs. Schultz), Mary Bishop, Ernest Lake, Micky Black, Frank Black, unidentified, Nannie Rhodes, and Alice Lake. Middle row, from left to right: Jessie Bishop, Edith Alpin, Julia Westlake, Willa Cotrell, unidentified, Olive Lake, unidenified, unidentified. Front row, from left to right: unidentified, Leland Ronnow, Harold Clayton, unidentified, Walter Manuel, unidentified.
Photograph of Olive Lake's fourth grade class, Las Vegas, 1918
Black and white image of Olive Lake's fourth grade class at the Las Vegas School in 1918. First row (left to right): unidentified, Katherine Westlake, unidentified, Alice Henderson, Marian Gill, Olive Lake, (first name unknown) Lane, Celia Arnold, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, Fontella Feetham. Second row (left to right): unidentified, Fred Lee, unidentified, unidentified, Donald Moffat. Third Row (left to right): unidentified, unidentified, Howard Jones, James Norris, unidentified, unidentified, Frank Lee, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified.
Photograph album 3, Ferron-Bracken Collection, circa 1905-1935
Slide of book sale, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, circa 1985-1986
UNLV librarians Billie Mae Polson (left) and Corinne Crosby-Brown (right) at a UNLV Library Society Book Sale.
Unidentified group of people standing in front of a house, circa late 1800s-early 1900s
Unidentified group of people standing in front of a house. Woman holding a bicycle may be Jessie Breese Swartwood; woman at the right may be Leon H. Rockwell's grandmother Rockwell.
Photograph of George A. Clifton and others, circa 1890-1950s
Description provided with image: "Aunt Lillie Clifton, Helen Fulmer, Anna Fulmer, Cliff, and Dad (George Clifton). The children are Billy, Helen, and Muriel. An inscription that begins on the back of the photo and runs to the front of the image reads: "Maybe you are one of the little girls. I believe Dad was wearing a mustache. I never cared for one many times he didn't. Dad made many trips back home. (Front of the photo) Left to right upper: Aunt Lillie, Helen and Anna Fulmer, Cliff and Dad. Rear Harold's home Anna's children."
Photograph of celebrities lined up outside the Sands Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, circa 1955-1956
Photographers shoot pictures of celebrities lined up outside of the Sands Hotel during the production of the motion picture "Meet Me In Las Vegas." Producer Joe Pasternak is seen at the far left. Among the crowd are Jerry Colonna (third from right in back row), June Haver (second from right) and Fred McMurray (far right), Peter Lorre (third from left in back row). Two posters for shows produced by Jack Entratter, including Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, are on the wall behind the line.
Postcard of house in Rhyolite, Nevada, circa early 1900s
Typed description provided on back of image: "This was our home in Rhyolite during 1909 and 1910. Left to right my sister Leila, my mother Mrs. Robert L. Sloan, my sister Margaret (4 yrs old) Nellie, age 8. Home was about 3 blocks from the school but I do not remember the street name. House showing to the right had blown from its foundation across the street and lodged against our house. It became our playhouse." From left to right: 1) Leila Faird; 2) Mrs. Robert L. Sloan; 3) Margaret Faird (age 4); and 4) Nellie (age 8).
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