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Film transparency of a Conestoga wagon in the Last Frontier Village (Las Vegas), circa 1950s
People and horses in front of a Conestoga wagon in the Last Frontier Village. A livery stable building is seen in the background.
Film transparency of the front of the Westerner Gambling House (Las Vegas), circa 1950s
Nighttime view of the facade of the Westerner Gambling House in downtown Las Vegas. Next door is the front of Kolstad's Toggery men's shop at 17 E. Fremont St. Part of the Monte Carlo Club can be seen....
Film transparency of people and horses at the entrance to the Last Frontier Village (Las Vegas), circa 1950s
People, horses and carriages in front of the Last Frontier Village entrance. The Silver Slipper Gambling Hall, without its neon signs, is seen in the foreground.
Film transparency of the Horn Room in the Last Frontier Village (Las Vegas), circa 1950s
Interior of the Horn Room in the Gay Nineties Bar in the Last Frontier Village of the Hotel Last Frontier. The room is decorated with steer horns.
Film transparency of the front exterior of Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn (Las Vegas), circa 1950s
Daytime view of the front exterior of the Desert Inn. People, taxi cabs and utility carts are seen in front of the entrance. The entrance is decorated with stars-and-stripes bunting for an Elks convention....
Architectural drawing of the San Francisco Continental (San Francisco), circa 1959
hotels (public accommodations);
The San Francisco Continental designed by Martin Stern Jr. became Del Webb's Towne House hotel on Market and 8th streets in San Francisco. The building is now an apartment complex.
Photograph of a rendering of the Nevada Club, (Laughlin, Nev.), before 1984
Proposed Nevada Club in Laughlin, Nevada. It is now the Golden Nugget Laughlin.
Photograph of Googie architecture, Ship's Coffee Shop (Westwood, Calif.), circa 1963
Martin Stern Jr. is credited as a pioneer of Googie style architecture; his first of that style was Ship's Coffee Shop. Three Ship's Coffee Shops operated in the Los Angeles area from 1956 until the 1990s....
Photograph of the Pioneer Club (Las Vegas), 1942
The Pioneer Club, Las Vegas, in 1942. Caption reads: "View of the Pioneer Club, downtown Las Vegas. Beckley's sign on top of Pioneer Club is shown. Tutor Scherer took it over 1941 in partnership w/Farmer...
Photograph of an apartment building (Los Angeles), circa 1951
Apartment building at 10401 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles. It is an example of early architecture designed by Martin Stern Jr. and it was built in 1951. It still operates as an apartment building. Stamp on...
Aerial photograph of Harrah's Stateline Club and Harrah's Tahoe (Stateline, Nev.), circa 1961
Aerial view of Harrah's Stateline Club (center of photo) across the street from Harrah's Tahoe (upper center right) on Highway 50. Harvey's Tahoe (adjacent to Harrah's Stateline Club to the left) is under...
Aerial photograph of Stateline, Nevada, circa 1958
Aerial view of Stateline, Nevada. Harrah's Tahoe is under construction on the left center of the photograph.
Proposal for the Aladdin expansion (Las Vegas), circa 1976
Bound proposal for an Aladdin expansion including artist's conceptions, site map, and drawings of main architectural elements. This project was not built. Folder on last page marked "additional criteria"...
Proposal for the Thunderbird plan for future expansion (Las Vegas), before 1977
Bound proposal for Thunderbird expansion including artist's conceptions, site map, and drawings of main architectural elements. This project was not built. Folder on last page marked "additional criteria"...
Photograph of a model of the Frontier Hotel (Las Vegas), circa 1964
Model of proposed Hotel Frontier Remodel. Stamp on back of photo: "Custom print by Jack R. Meehan. Jack R. Meehan is the renderer.
Proposal for the Flamingo plan for future expansion (Las Vegas), before 1975
Bound proposal for a Flamingo high rise addition including artist's conceptions, vicinity map, themes, and architectural drawings for all major components. The project was never built. Folder on last page...
Photograph of Frontier Hotel suite (Las Vegas), 1970s
View of a suite at the Frontier Hotel. Handwritten text on photo sleeve: "Suite, Frontier Hotel. Woman possibly is Doris Day." Stamp on back of photo: "Allen photographers."
Photograph of the front exterior of the Golden Nugget and Fremont Street (Las Vegas), circa 1951
Golden Nugget at 129 Fremont Street, circa 1951. Also visible are the Frontier Club, the Vegas Club, the Vegas Vic sign, Union Plaza, the Boulder Club, and Hotel Apache. Note: photograph is damaged.
Film transparency of the front exterior of the Las Vegas Club (Las Vegas), between 1956-1958
The façade of the Las Vegas Club after it moved to the north side of Fremont Street. The Silver Palace is seen in the background.
Film transparency of the swimming pool at Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn (Las Vegas), seen from the patio area, circa 1950s
View of the swimming pool and courtyard area at the Desert Inn as seen from underneath a patio canopy. A changing room building is seen in the background.
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