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Vandenberg, Joylin 02/09/1977 Local Oral History Project-Roske Nevada history no 1
Vanderhoof, Irene 03/14/1978 Local Oral History Project-Roske Las Vegas history no 1
Vandermeer, Lambert 02/28/1979 Local Oral History Project-Roske Las Vegas history no 1
Vanersnick, Ralph 10/18/1997 Gay Archives-Dennis McBride yes 6
Vann,Wilson Vera September 24, 2006 Blue Diamond Oral History Project This is the history of Blue Diamond Village. Blue Diamond is located 26 miles southwest of Las Vegas. The village, originally known as Cottonwood Springs, changed its name when the Blue Diamond Company took ownership of the Gypsum mine and built corporate housing for the workers in the early '20s. Near the base of the Red Rock canyon, Blue Diamond Village was originally a stop on the Old Spanish Trail for traders from Santa Fe, N.M., to California between 1830 and 1848, according to the history committee's findings. road for the The Blue Diamond School opened in 1929. The company built bunk housing and homes for the workers that it started selling to the public in 1965. yes 2
Vashon, Leain 7/25/2014 BELVOHP - Cul 226 Vashon is the Vice President of the Culinary Workers Union Local 226. Covers union benefits, strikes, today's union member, the future of the union movement, why unions are still necessary, family participation, and his 30 year job in the Bell staff no 0
Vasquez, Linda 02/28/2005 Blue Diamond yes 2
Vasquez, Linda (Murphy February 18, 2005 Blue Diamond Oral History Project This is the history of Blue Diamond Village. Blue Diamond is located 26 miles southwest of Las Vegas. The village, originally known as Cottonwood Springs, changed its name when the Blue Diamond Company took ownership of the Gypsum mine and built corporate housing for the workers in the early '20s. Near the base of the Red Rock canyon, Blue Diamond Village was originally a stop on the Old Spanish Trail for traders from Santa Fe, N.M., to California between 1830 and 1848, according to the history committee's findings. road for the The Blue Diamond School opened in 1929. The company built bunk housing and homes for the workers that it started selling to the public in 1965. yes 2
Velardo, Mike 03/15/1976 or 03/08/1981 Local Oral History Project-Roske Construction no 1
Velasquez, Max 03/08/1981 or 03/15/1976 Local Oral History Project-Roske Gambling Management no 1
Vereen, Ben Arnold Shaw Entertainment no 1
Vereen, Ben 09/30/1994 Arnold Shaw Entertainment. Interviewer: Joe Delaney no 1
Verzoni, William 03/15/1981 Local Oral History Project-Roske Nevada history no 1
Victorson, Heather 06/26/2003 Dancer yes 2
Vidor, Brian 01/24/1996 Arnold Shaw Entertainment. Interviewer: Sig Zakowitz no 1
Viera, William 10/00/1971 Local Oral History Project-Roske no 1
Vilt, Kim 1/12/2010 Voices of the Historic John S. Park Neighborhood F849.L35 V55 2010 Kim Vilt has lived in the John S. Park Neighborhood for ten years and plans to stay there as long as she and her husband live in Las Vegas. Their house was built in 1946 yes 0
Vinas, Jose Luis 05/27/2003 BOYER EARLY LAS VEGAS OHP yes 2
Vining, Alma G. Educator no 1
Vinton, Bobby Arnold Shaw Entertainment no 2
Vinton, Bobby 01/20/1995 Arnold Shaw Entertainment. Interviewer: Joe Delaney no 1
Vito, G.L. 03/01/1979 Local Oral History Project-Roske Personal history no 1
Vlaovich, Maria 02/23/1976 Local Oral History Project-Roske Goldfield Southern Nevada history no 1
Vogel, Jon 03/29/1976 Local Oral History Project-Roske no 1
Von Dornum, Rae 10/04/1973 or 10/01/1973 Local Oral History Project-Roske Nevada history no 1
Von Tobel, Ed 10/04/1972 Early Las Vegas-Roske no 3
Von Tobel, George 10/14/1972 Local Oral History Project-Roske no 1
Von Tobel, Jacob 1985 Local Oral History Project-Roske no 1
Von Tobel, Jake Early Las Vegas-Roske no 1
Voss, Nadean H. 03/03/1975 or 03/02/1975 Local Oral History Project-Roske Boulder City no 1
Voss, Wilfred 03/02/1975 Local Oral History Project-Roske Hoover Dam construction no 1
wadley-Munier, Robin 3/6/2014 West Charleston - Ward 1 Moved to LV in 1987, changes in the city over that period. Meeting Lois Tarkanian before her work on the School Board and the evolution of their relationship. Vivid picture of life in McNeil and Rancho Circle. no 0
Wagner, Robert 11/16/1994 Arnold Shaw Entertainment. Interviewer: Joe Delaney no 1
Wagner, Tim 02/23/1980 or 02/23/1970 Local Oral History Project-Roske Black history no 1
Wah, Gue Gin 09/24/1981 Local Oral History Project-Roske no 6
Wait, Loretta 03/10/1981 Local Oral History Project-Roske Personal history no 1
Waite, Roy Early Las Vegas-Roske Project no 1
Waitman, Don R. & Suda 03/03/1976 Early Las Vegas-Roske Project Las Vegas history 1942 - no 2
Waldhausen, Darrel May 5, 2008 Blue Diamond Oral History Project This is the history of Blue Diamond Village. Blue Diamond is located 26 miles southwest of Las Vegas. The village, originally known as Cottonwood Springs, changed its name when the Blue Diamond Company took ownership of the Gypsum mine and built corporate housing for the workers in the early '20s. Near the base of the Red Rock canyon, Blue Diamond Village was originally a stop on the Old Spanish Trail for traders from Santa Fe, N.M., to California between 1830 and 1848, according to the history committee's findings. road for the The Blue Diamond School opened in 1929. The company built bunk housing and homes for the workers that it started selling to the public in 1965. yes 1
Waldman, Jerry 02/23/1977 Local Oral History Project-Roske no 1
Waldman, Kit 10/09/2000 BOYER EARLY LAS VEGAS OHP no 2
Walker, Eleanor 06/03/2004 BOYER EARLY LAS VEGAS OHP yes 3
Walker, Eleanor 6/3/2004 Boyer Early Las Vegas OHP - NAACP Served as LV NAACP branch president from 1971 to 1975. Some of her noteworthy work was with Operation Indenpendence and the gaming industry. During her presidency, she engaged the community's youth. yes 2
Walker, Janis 07/03/2006 BOYER EARLY LAS VEGAS OHP yes 3
Walker, Jimmy 04/02/1977 Arnold Shaw Entertainment no 1
Walker, Karen 2/21/2014 AfAm Daughter of Helen Anderson. Family owned Hamburger Heaven. Community engagement that still happens today. Enlarged restaurant - pictures, popular dishes, Weed & Sees Program. Interviewed with mother, same DVD. no 0
Walker, Rev. Prentiss 04/10/1978 Early Las Vegas-Roske Black history no 1
Walker, T Bone 07/25/1973 Arnold Shaw Entertainment. Interviewer: Arnold Shaw no 1
Walkers 10/26/2002 Arnold Shaw Entertainment no 1
Wall, Breck Arnold Shaw Entertainment. Interviewer: Dick Maurice no 1

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