Postcard of an artist's conception of the MGM Grand Hotel (Las Vegas), 1973-1980
- Postcard of an artist's conception of the MGM Grand Hotel (Las Vegas), 1973-1980
- Stylized drawing of the MGM Grand. Printed text on back of postcard: "The coming attraction of our time is here. MGM Grand Hotel- Las Vegas, a $100 million dollar fantasy. 2100 rooms and suites. The Celebrity Room, reserved for superstars. The Ziegfeld Room, for lavish revues. The Lion's Den, a lively show lounge. Six restaurants. The MGM movie theatre. Tennis. Swimming pools. Health clubs. Shops. And Jai alai, the world's fastest game, in a 2200-seat arena." The MGM Grand Hotel was burned in 1980, rebuilt in 1981, and sold to Bally's Corporation to become Bally's Las Vegas in 1985.
- Image ID: Martin Stern Photo Coll.
- Original Collection
- Original Date
- 1973; 1974; 1975; 1976; 1977; 1978; 1979; 1980
- Site Name (standardized)
- Site Street Address
- 3645 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV
- Type of Site (AAT)
- Graphic Elements (TGM)
- DC Type
- Genre (TGM)
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- University of Nevada, Las Vegas University Libraries
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