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Newspaper clipping, They call him Mr. Frontier, Hughes Nevada Preview, August 1, 1972
Newspaper article about the Frontier casino executive Mort Saiger from the Hughes Nevada Preview. The article is laminated onto a wooden presentation plaque.
Letter from Homer Rissman to Frank S. Hofues, Santa Monica, December 21, 1955
Five-page letter from Homer Rissman to Frank Hofues regarding the Lady Luck Casino, later named the Hacienda.
Photograph of "Glitter Gulch'' at night (Las Vegas), circa 1960s
Nighttime view of Fremont Street (also known as "Glitter Gulch" because of its many neon lights), featuring the Las Vegas Club, Hotel Sal Sagev, the Overland Hotel, Hotel Fremont, the Mint Hotel, the Pioneer...
Film transparency of businesses on Fremont Street, Las Vegas, Nevada, circa 1932
The north side of Fremont Street at Second Street. The Hotel Apache and Apache Cafe are on the corner. The Apache Casino, and the Boulder Club are seen to the northwest.
Film transparency of the Boulder Club, Apache Casino, and Apache Hotel on Fremont Street (Las Vegas), circa 1932
The Boulder Club, Apache Casino, and Apache Hotel in the early 1930s.
Film transparency of Fremont Street, Las Vegas, Nevada, at dusk, circa 1932
Looking northwest at dusk from the intersection of Fremont and Second Streets, Las Vegas, Nevada. The Hotel Apache, Apache Café and Apache Casino are seen on the northern side of the street, next to the...
Proposal for 1987 and beyond: a future look to Downtown Las Vegas, February 1, 1987
Overview of a master development plan for the City of Las Vegas from 1987.
Proposal for a future look to downtown Las Vegas: 1984 and beyond, March 2, 1984
A master development plan for the city of Las Vegas from 1984.
Photograph of children on Fremont Street (Las Vegas), circa 1930
Children in a parade on Fremont Street with a casino sign in the background that says "Ladies Welcome."
Photograph of a Las Vegas gambling scene, 1930s
Gambling in an early Las Vegas casino, probably the Frontier Club. Compare the bare interior with modern casino interiors.
Photograph of the front exterior of the original Las Vegas Club (Las Vegas), 1930s
Las Vegas Club in its original location on the south side of Fremont Street next to the Pioneer Club. The Las Vegas Club was the first casino with a neon sign. This photo shows the doors that replaced...
Photograph of the casino interior of the Boulder Club (Las Vegas), circa 1930s
Crowded interior view of the Boulder Club on Fremont Street. Transcribed from original: "The busy Boulder Club, at Las Vegas, Nev., has been in operation since 1929 under the original ownership. Even Faro...
Photograph of the casino interior of the Las Vegas Club, 1930s
Crowded interior view of the Las Vegas Club at its original location. Transcribed from original: "The Las Vegas Club has all standard games, and last year put the first turtle derby, at pari mutuel [sic]...
Postcard showing the Golden Nugget Gambling Hall interior (Las Vegas), after 1946
Photographic postcard featuring table games and the bar area of the Golden Nugget Gambling Hall. Transcribed from original: "The Million Dollar Golden Nugget Gambling Hall, Saloon and Restaurant, Las Vegas....
Postcard showing Circus Circus Hotel and Casino (Las Vegas), 1981
Circus Circus from the Strip in 1981. Transcribed from original: "Circus Circus -- World's most unique resort complex, midway on the Las Vegas Strip. Circus Circus Hotel/Casino and all-new Circus Circus...
Film transparency of an unidentified casino's slot machine and craps areas (Las Vegas), circa 1950s
Slots and craps in an unidentified casino.
Film transparency of the Northern Club on Fremont Street (Las Vegas), 1931-1943
Front of the Northern Club on Fremont Street. There are newspaper boys outside of the casino.
Film transparency of the Boulder Club and the Apache Casino on Fremont Street (Las Vegas), circa 1932
Front of the Boulder Club and Apache Casino on Fremont Street.
Film transparency of the Boulder Club's interior (Las Vegas), circa early 1950s
The casino floor of the Boulder Club. The Boulder Club burned down in 1956 and the property was incorporated into the Horseshoe Club in 1960.
Postcard showing the Las Vegas Club at night (Las Vegas), 1975
Photographic postcard showing the Las Vegas Club, Main and Fremont at night. Printed text on back of postcard: "Located in the very heart of downtown Las Vegas, the LAS VEGAS CLUB combines traditional...
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