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Table of Contents:

SLIDES of MX Missile Project for Air Force presentation

Boulder City and Hoover Dam

Gambling, Las Vegas

Downtown Las Vegas

Strip

State Line, Nevada and Calif.

Strip Hotels, Las Vegas

Miscellaneous 1

Hotels

Red Rock National Park

Hoover Dam  (Oversize prints)

Miscellaneous 2


 

0001 One photo of Gue Gim Wah and Tom Wah.
0002 Lorenzi Park.
0003 Moving a house in Hurricane for Grant Sanders, 1932.
0004 Luning School in Luning, Nevada.
0005 In 1931, the Class of 1935, in front of the Las Vegas High School.
0006 The Nevada wagon that participated in the Bicentennial celebration at
the Valley Forge celebration, 1976.
0007 Monte Carlo, France - Salle de Jeu. (postcard)
0008 Public lobby, first floor, looking east. Rosen and Fishel contractors.
F.M. Boudreau, engineer.
0009 Fremont Street, probably late 1920's or the early 1930's.
0010 "Nig", Boulder Dam mascot.
0011 Las Vegas kindergarten, 1917.
0012 Group of children, 1950s?
0013 "The Boulder Club"-a theater advertisement.
0014 "Checker Cab Co." - a theater advertisement.
0015 "Lucky Cab Co." - a theater advertisement.
0016 "Railroad Pass Casino"-a theater advertisement.
0017 Depiction of Fremont Street, late 1930s-194os.
0018 Clark Townsite map.
0019 Moving day for Beckley House.
0020 Moving day for Beckley House.
0021 Moving day for Beckley House.
0022 Moving day for Beckley House.
0023 Main street, Las Vegas, Nevada in 1920s.
0024 Clark County Jail.
0025 Lubertha Johnson, civil rights leader, portrait.
0026 Lilly Fong, January 1983 portrait.
0027 Jean Ford, portrait.
0028 Las Vegas Nevada 1929.
0029 Fifth National Conference on Gambling and Risk. Wong, Thorp and
Griffin.
0030 Judge James B. Kelly, 1985.
0031 Thomas N. Wiesner, former Clark County Commissioner, 1985.
0032 Ken Gragson, native Las Vegas, member of Nevada Gaming Commission,
1985.
0033 Berkeley Bunker, native Southern Nevadan; ca. 1980.
0034 Charles Thompson, Clark County District judge; 1982.
0035 Theron Goynes, North Las Vegas councilman, 1985.
0036 Found in the old mining camp of Wahmonie by Marion Johnson in 1930.
0037 Las Vegas land auction celebration, in honor of the 73rd anniversary of the
birth of downtown Las Vegas, May 15, 1978.
0038 Heliograph demonstration at Fort Bowie, near Apache Pass, May 1, 1976.
0039 Bertha Muzzy Bower(s) Sinclair Cowan
0040 Henry Lee donating memoirs to the library.
0041 Diamond Jim's Club (postcard)
0042 The Can House, Tonopah, Nevada. (postcard)
0043 Las Vegas, Nevada, December 21, 1928.
0044 Salt lake Depot, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1905.
0045 Jack Heaton.
0046 Las Vegas Courthouse.
0047 Bruce Kelly, Elizabeth Freedman, LVHS drama play circa 1937.
0048 Convention Center, 1960.
0049 Griffith building, post office, Cheney Bros. Drug Store & Majestic
Theater. Crowd waiting for mail to be sorted.
0050 Goodsprings, Nevada, Yellow pine Mine. (neg. only)
0051 Las Vegas School class picture, 1910.
0052 Goodsprings, NV. (neg.only)
0053 Mark Mielke, Stan Paher, John Cahlan.
0054 Keith Ashworth, Stan Paher, Don Ashworth, Bob Bugbee, Bob
Robinson.
0055 42 - Billboard reads: "Overland Hotel" (neg. only)
0056 43 - Billboard reads: "Car need anything? Let's Bet Associated".
(neg. only)
0057 44 - Appears to be Boulder City. (neg. only)
0058 45 - Appears to be Boulder City. (neg. only)
0059 Delamar, Nevada.
0060 Tonopah & Tidewater No. 1, American Railroad Ditcher.
0061 Sunrise Hospital, 1977, Las Vegas, Nevada.
0062 L-R: Dora Lee Brown (daughter of Phi Lee)
0063 Frank Williams and his wife, Edith C. Williams, taken about 1915
0064 L-R: 1. ? 2. ? 3. Beda Cornwall (neg. only)
0065 map of Lincoln County before Clark County was created.
0066 Map of Clark County. (neg. only)
0067 Arnold Shaw (neg. only)
0068 Arnold Shaw. (neg. only)
0070 A.L. Fitzgerald, Nye County Judge, 1887-1900.
0071 Club Bingo - postcard.
0072 Dunes Hotel - postcard.
0073 El Cortez Hotel - postcard.
0074 Pioneer Club, Fremont Street, Vegas Vic -- postcard
0075 Golden Nugget Gambling Hall (interior)--postcard
0076 Hotel Last Frontier, (interior), Las Vegas, Nevada - postcard.
0077 Last Frontier Village, Silver Slipper Gambling Hall-postcard.
0078 Jai Alai - MGM Grand Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada - postcard.
0079 Las Vegas International Hotel - postcard.
0080 Sands Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada-postcard.
0081 Sands Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada - postcard.
0082 Virginia and Truckee train, Carson City, Nevada - postcard.
0083 Boulder Dam Hotel (neg. only)
0084 Lorenzi Park (neg. only)
0085 Lorenzi Park (neg. only)
0086 Lorenzi Park (neg. only)
0087 Beatty Community Library, 1977, Beatty, Nevada.
0088 Cotton gin process, Pahrump, Nevada. The mill is no longer in existence.
0089 Lee Hotel, Panaca, Nevada 1870-72.
0090 Last Frontier Hotel (?)
0091 Last Frontier Hotel (?)
0092 On the "stick" "Big" Bill Bement
0093 Nevada Bar, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1937.
0094 Girls of the "chorus" line (1946) Last Frontier Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada,
Johnny Dixon at the bar, and Tim Holean, dealers Whitey Shugart watching
(shift manager).
0095 Wengert residence, exterior.
0096 Wengert residence, exterior.
0097 Wengert residence, interior, with Frank Shreck seated at desk.
0098 Wengert residence, interior.
0099 Fremont Street.
0100 Plat showing country tributary to San Pedro, Los Angeles, and Salt Lake
Railroad in southern Nevada.
0101 Gate to Twin lakes Lodge & private road off Tonopah Highway, now part of
Washington Blvd.
0102 Riding group at Twin lakes Stables.
0103 Ready for desert ride on Twin lakes stable stage line.
0104 Twin Lakes was originator of "Little Britches Rodeo" for youngsters.
0105 Bronco busting at Twin Lakes Rodeos was conducted every week.
0106 Junior gymkhana contest, weekly rodeo.
0107 Mutual of Omaha barbeque held at Twin Lakes Lodge & Stables.
0108 Original band master and local band on stage in Island Band Stand, c. 1956.
0109 Aerial of Twin Lakes, ca. 1953, before subdivisions built around the property.
0110 Slide of Bill Nellis.
0111 16 slides of the Elks Helldorado Parade-Las Vegas, 1954.
0112 14 slides of the Elks Helldorado Parade - Las Vegas, 1954.
0113 16 slides of the Elks Helldorado Parade - Las Vegas, 1953.
0114 Mark Twain
0115 Mark Twain
0116 Pai Gow (neg. only)
0117 Sic Bo (neg. only)
0118 Sic Bo (Neg. only)
0119 Showgirl in costume and headdress, 1978. (neg. only)
0120 Fred Doumanie standing at roulette wheel. (neg. only)
0121 Joe Kelly, president of the showboat stands in front of $ slot machines.
(neg. only)
0122 David Funk at Las Vegas Downs - interior (neg. only)
0123 David Funk at Las Vegas Downs - interior (neg. only)
0124 David Funk standing at betting windows inside Las Vegas Downs. (neg.
only)
0125 David Funk standing next to track at Las Vegas Downs. (neg. only)
0126 David Funk standing in front of dog kennel at Las Vegas Downs. (neg.
only)
0127 David Funk standing in front of Las Vegas Downs entrance. (neg. only)
0128 Interior of Treasury Hotel (an example of interior decoration of hotel/
casino). (neg. only)
0129 L-R: Mr. & Mrs. James Cashman II, State Senator & Mrs. Keith Ashworth.
(neg. only)
0130 State Supreme Court Judge Cameron Batjer. (neg. only)
0131 Groundbreaking of First Western Savings. L-R: Frank Scott, U.S. Senator
Alan Bible, ?, General "Zack" Taylor. (neg. only)
0132 Benny Binion standing in front of $1,000,000 horseshoe. (neg. only)
0133 Federal Judge Harry Claiborne, Sept., 1980.
0134 Federal Judge Roger Foley, June 1981 (neg. only)
0135 Moe Dalitz, July 1980. (neg. only)
0136 Dedication of new wing of So. Nevada Memorial Hospital, Dec. 1979.
L-R: Myron Leavitt, Thalia Dondero, Jack Pettiti, James Gibson. (neg. only)
0137 District Judge Keith Hayes, 1979. (neg. only)
0138 L-R: State Senator Floyd Lamb, Kenny Guinn, U.S. Senator Paul Laxalt,
Sept. 1980. (neg. only)
0139 Sheriff Ralph Lamb, 1977. (neg. only)
0140 U.S. Senator Paul Laxalt, 1977. (neg. only)
0141 Governor Robert List, October 1979. (Negative only)
0142 L-R: Police commission: Ron Lurie, Paul Christensen, Al Levy,
February 1980. (Negative only)
0143 Sheriff John McCarthy, January 1980. (Negative only)
0144 State Supreme Court Justice Noel Manoukian, September 1980.
(Negative only)
0145 Bob Rose for Governor in '78, (4/7/78). (Neg. only)
0146 Congressman Jim Santini, 7/10/80. (Negative only)
0147 State Senator Jack Schofield, 1977. (neg. only)
0148 State Assemblyman Jan Stewart, 1977. (Neg. only)
0149 State Assemblyman John Vergiels, August 1979. (Neg. only)
0150 Clark County Commissioner Bruce Woodbury, February 1981.
(Negative only)
0151 Downtown Las Vegas, aerial, September 1981. (Neg. only)
0152 Downtown Las Vegas, aerial, September 1981.
0153 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, late 1970s or early 1980s.
0154 Las Vegas Strip looking north: Caesars Palace, Flamingo Hilton,
Imperial Palace, 1979-80.
0155 Aladdin Hotel, October 1980.
0156 Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, 1979-80.
0157 Barbary Coast, 1979-80.
0158 Big Al's Speakeasy Casino, October 1980. (Neg. only)
0159 Bingo Palace, 1977. (Negative only)
0160 Boulder Dam Hotel, exterior, July 1980. (neg. only)
0161 Boulder Dam Hotel, interior, July 1980. (neg. only)
0162 Cliff McCorkle (L), Paul Wolfram ® stand in front of
historic Boulder Dam Hotel plaque, July 1980. (neg. only)
0163 Sam Boyd stands in front of California Club, April 1979.
(neg. only)
0164 Caesars Palace, front view, July 1980.
0165 Circus monorail, May 1981.
0166 Hotel Continental, October 1980.
0167 Hotel Continental, October 1980. (Negative only)
0168 Howard Anderson stands in front of the Desert Inn & Country
Club. (neg. only)
0169 Dunes Hotel, July 1980.
0170 Flamingo Hilton, 1979-80.
0171 Golden Nugget. (c. 1979-80?)
0172 Tom Magner stands in front of Granada Inn & Casino marquee,
February 1980. (neg. only)
0173 Ronald Radcliff stands in front of Hacienda Hotel marquee,
November 1979. (Neg. only)
0174 Holiday Inn & Casino, 1977. (neg. only)
0175 Imperial Palace, January 1980.
0176 Jerry's Nugget, 1979-80. (Neg. only)
0177 Jolly Trolley, May 1979. (neg. only)
0178 Lady Luck Casino, August 1980. (neg. only)
0179 Landmark Hotel, 1976.
0180 Las Vegas Club, December 1979. (neg. only)
0181 Las Vegas Inn & Casino, April 1980s. (neg. only)
0182 Lotus Inn Motor Hotel & Casino, 1977. (neg. only)
0183 MGM Hotel, 1979-80.
0184 MGM Hotel, interior, computerized fire detection system,
July 1980s. (neg. only)
0185 Mardi Gras Inn & Casino, 1977. (neg. only)
0186 Maxim Hotel, 1977. (neg. only)
0187 Mint Hotel, May 1979. (neg. only)
0188 Nevada Hotel & Casino, 1980. (downtown Las Vegas.)
(neg. only)
0189 L-R: Gene & Pat Lucas stand in front of Nevada Palace, June 1979.
(neg. only)
0190 John Parker stands in front of the Opry House Saloon, April 1980.
(neg. only)
0191 Rainbow Club & Eldorado Club, July 1980. (neg. only)
0192 Royal Americana Hotel & Casino, December 1980. (neg. only)
0193 Jack Eglash stands in front of Sahara sign, December 1979.
(neg. only)
0194 Sam Boyd, Dale Evans, Roy Rogers stand in front of stagecoach
at Sam's Town. (neg. only)
0195 Joe Viscuglia stands in front of Sam's Town marquee, February 1980.
(neg. only)
0196 Norman Kaye stands in front of Shenandoah Hotel, May 1980.
(neg. only)
0197 Showboat Hotel, May 1980.
0198 Silverbird Hotel & Casino, 1977.
0199 Jack Schofield stands in front of Silver Saddle Casino, June 1981.
(neg. only)
0200 Stardust Hotel marquee, 1977.
0201 Sundance Hotel-Casino marquee, July 1980. (neg. only)
0202 Sid Stoller stands in front of the Treasury Hotel-Casino marquee,
July 1980. (neg. only)
0203 Tropicana Hotel, 1978.
0204 Tropicana Hotel, 1980.
0205 10th Century Hotel & Casino, 1977. (neg. only)
0206 Vegas World Casino, March, 1980. (neg. only)
0207 Western Hotel, August, 1980.
0208 Nevada Test Site-Operations Control Center.
0209 Nevada Test Site-Mercury.
0210 Nevada Test Site-Heavy equipment transporter.
0211 Aerial of Las Vegas Convention Center, 4-27-80.
0212 U.S. Post Office & Courthouse, 3-18-83.
0213 Guild Theatre, downtown Las Vegas, 6-11-76.
0214 Showgirls in costume from Stardust Lido Show, 1980. (?)
0215 Showgirls in costume from MGM Jubilee show, 1978-80.
0216 Clark County Commissioner Karen Hayes, 1-28-79.
0217 Clark County Commissioner Bruce Woodbury, 5-23-84.
0218 Nevada State Assemblyman Roger Bremner, 1984.
0219 Nevada State Assemblyman Jan Ham, 6-17-84.
0220 Governor Mike O'Callaghan.
0221 U.S. Senator Howard Cannon.
0222 L-R: Congressman Walter Baring, U.S. Senators Alan Bible and
Howard Cannon jestingly point 6-shooters at Governor Grant Sawyer.
0223 L-R: Ted Marshall, John Mendoza, Howard Cannon, Alan Bible, George
Foley, Bill Flangas, 1964.
0224 L-R: Grant Sawyer, Howard Cannon, Earl Warren Jr., Walter Baring,
Harley Harmon, Alan Bible, 9-13-65.
0225 Congressman Walter Baring.
0226 Von Tobel family, November 1966. L-R: Ed (Sr.), Jake, Ed (Jr.),
Betty Von Tobel Zahn, George.
0227 Bugsy Siegel
0228 Wilbur Clark stands in front of Desert Inn.
0229 L-R: Gus Greenbaum, Moe Sedway, ?.
0230 Inaugural flight of Western Air Express contract mail service to
Las Vegas, April 17, 1926.
0231 Bob Hope on horseback. Probably Helldorado Parade.
0232 Harry Reid, 1986.
0233 "Vegas Vic".
0234 Convent-Front of house before any additions were made. (For
additional photos and information on this, see Building Surveys:
Sisters of the Holy Family Convent.)
0235 Convent-House while it was still being built. Corner of 7th and
Mesquite. (For additional photos and information on this, see
Building Surveys: Sisters of the Holy Family Convent.)
0236 Walter Bracken, 1923 (neg. only)
0237 "Downtown" Logandale, ca. 1932-34.
0238 Sluice at Logandale, Nevada, 1933.
0239 CCC Project at Lost City - Overton, Nevada, 1933.
0240 CCC Project at Lost City - Overton, Nevada, 1933.
0241 CCC Project at Lost City - Overton, Nevada, 1933.
0242 Mt. Charleston CCC Camp
0243 Mt. Charleston CCC Camp, 1933.
0244 Cabins at Mt. Charleston, 1933.
0245 Cabin at foot of Cathedral Rock, Mt. Charleston, 1933.
0246 CCC Camp fire trail crew on "trail from Charleston to Deer Creek"-Mt.
Charleston, Nevada, 1933
0247 Mummy's Mt. "Toe" at Mt. Charleston
0248 Trail to top of Mt. Charleston - 1933.
0249 Mt. Charleston - Mummy Mt. - at center is Cathedral Rock
0250 Dunes Hotel - exterior, nite
0251 4 Queens Hotel
0252 Fremont Hotel - exterior, nite
0253 Frontier Hotel pool area
0254 Holiday Inn Center Strip (drawing)
0255 Landmark Hotel and pool area
0256 Las Vegas Club Hotel and Casino exterior, nite
0257 Mint Hotel -- Casino
0258 Stardust Hotel pool area
0259 Looking westward toward the Valley of Fire. April 11, 1945.
0260 General view of resurrected town of St. Thomas. April 11, 1945.
0261 Hedges planted by prosperous residents of St. Thomas. April 11, 1945.
0262 Left to right, Mr. John F. Perkins' daughter, Mrs. Whitmore; his son Jack;
and Mr. John F. Perkins, looking at the foundation of the former schoolhouse
of St. Thomas. April 16, 1945.
0263 A wash tup left to its fate in front of the former home of Moses Gibson,
prominent farmer in St. Thomas before Lake Mead "took over".
April 11, 1945.
0264 As the waters of Lake Mead recede a few fish were trapped in what used to be
the basements of homes in St. Thomas. April 11, 1945.
0265 This is one of the oldest trees in this section and was covered by nearly
70 feet of water (Lake Mead) for about seven years. April 16, 1945.
0266 Remains of a swanky (once) car with a right-handed drive. April 11, 1945.
0267 Aerial-Las Vegas-Charleston and Commerce area in the late 1950s. Shows
Opaco Lumber Co. now (1987) the Carpet Barn. (Oversize)
0268 Hotel Last Frontier (artist's rendering) (1942) (neg. only)
0269 Color photo of Little Church of the West Wedding Chapel. Snow, late 1960s
early 1970s.
0270 Sebastian Mikulich standing beside his first delivery truck, a Model T Ford,
after 1920 (for additional information, see: Nevadan, April 10, 1977,
pp4-5)
0271 Paiute Indian village in the Virgin River area (now in southern Nevada),
ca. 1870.
0272 Southern Paiute wickiups, 1877.
0273 Paiute Tribal council meeting with Indian agents, ca. 1879-80.
0274 Indians in dancing costumes, July 4, 1889.
0275 Paiute Indians in camp in southern Nevada area, ca. 1890.
0276 Paiute Indian dancers, no date.
0277 Paiute Indians 'visiting". NOTE: One Indian in U.S. Army hat and
jacket, third from left. Indian agent is on far right. No date.
0278 Paiute Indian woman and child, no date.
0279 Russ Saunders, stuntman, on Hoot Gibson's horse. El Rancho in
background, 1941. (Mounted, autographed dup. Photo on roller shelves)
0280 Aerial of Paradise and Desert Inn Roads, 1961.
0281 Aerial of Las Vegas Strip-from Sands Hotel looking north, 1962.
0282 Aerial of downtown Las Vegas, 1965.
0283 Aerial of downtown Las Vegas, 1978.
0284 Aerial of McCarran Airport, 1962.
0285 Aerial of McCarran Airport, 1978.
0286 Aerial of Las Vegas Strip-Holiday Inn and Casino looking north, 1978.
0287 Aerial of Paradise and Desert Inn Roads, 1978.
0288 Kiel Ranch Fruit wagon with unidentified young man standing in front of
wagon (slide only).
0289 Painting of John C. Fremont in Las Vegas, May 3, 1844. Red Rock Canyon
in background. (taken from Paher's Las Vegas: As It Began, As It Grew, p.17)
0290 Pictured is the first LDA (Mormon) chapel in Las Vegas. Construction was
begun in 1924 & completed in 1925. The chapel was located on the northwest
corner of 6th & Carson streets. It is presently located on Eastern near
Washington (in L.V.) at which place this photo was taken.
0291 Canoe on Colorado River before the Hoover Dam was built. Seated in canoe
L-R are: "Snooks", Ed Schroeder, Art Schroeder, Mrs. Wright (mining
Engineer?), Wright's son. Mr. Wright and his family lived on the Colorado
River.
0292 Pictured seated at the Schroeders' camp at Willow Beach in the 1950s are
L-R: Kurt Fremstad & Ed Schroeder. Fremstad (now 88 years old as of 1987)
was a sailor from the age of 14. He was employed during WWII in New York
Harbor. After the war, toured the west & settled at Willow Beach. Ed
Schroeder was formerly a school teacher in Wisconsin. Gave up his career
For health reasons. Died in June 1973.
0293 Pictured at the Schroeders' camp at Willow Beach are L-R: Art & Ed
Schroeder. Art Schroeder was a metallurgist at Titanium Metal, dealt with
The development of titanium. He was a consultant. For info on Ed see
#0171-0292. The Schroeders finally had to abandon their camp at Willow
Beach when the Parks Dept. chased them out in 1957-8.
0294 Ed Schroeder (L) and Art Schroeder (R). See 0171-0292 & 0171-0293
for additional information.
0295 Ed Schroeder is in foreground. Art Schroeder is at left in photo; see
0171-0292 & 0171-0293 for additional information.
0296 Clark County Courthouse (neg only).
0297 Kiel Ranch, 1985 (neg only)
0298 Kiel Ranch, 1985 (neg only)
0299 Kiel Ranch, 1985 (neg only)
0300 Kiel Ranch, 1985 (neg only)
0301 Kiel Ranch, 1985 (neg only)
0302 Kiel Ranch, 1985 (neg only)
0303 Kiel Ranch, 1985 (neg only)
0304 Kiel Ranch, 1985 (neg only)
0305 John S. Park residence, 1985 (neg only)
0306 Foley Federal Building, 1985 (neg only)
0307 Las Vegas Fort, cornerstone (neg only)
0308 Paiute Smoke Shop on No. Main St., 1985 (neg only)
0310 Union Pacific Depot at Caliente, Nevada, 1979.
0311 Tonopah & Goldfield (T & G) Depot, Tonopah, Nevada, 1912.
0312 Union Pacific Depot, Moapa, Nevada, 1978.
0313 Union Pacific Depot, Henderson, Nevada, 1979.
0314 Tonopah & Goldfield (T&G) Depot, Goldfield, Nevada, 1948.
0315 Harrah's Hotel 50th Anniversary photo assemblage (oversize)
0316 Hotel Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1908. (Permission to copy must
be obtained from Nevada Historical Society.)
0317 Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada 1912. (Permission to copy must be
obtained from Nevada Historical Society.)
0318 First telephone switchboard, Las Vegas, Nevada. (Permission to copy
be obtained from Nevada Historical Society)
0319 First State Bank, Las Vegas, Nevada. (Permission to copy must be
obtained from UNR Library, Special Collections.)
0320 Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada, ca. 1920s. Photo courtesy: Tona Cashman
Seifert.
0321 U.W. Beckley Men's Furnishings & Shoes. (permission to copy must be
obtained from UNR Library, Special Collections.)
0322 Las Vegas Land & Water Co. (Permission to copy must be obtained from
UNR Library, Special Collections.)
0323 Catholic Chapel, Las Vegas, Nevada. (Permission to copy must be
obtained from Nevada Historical Society.)
0324 Las Vegas High School, ca. 1930.
0325 Twin Lakes Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1964. Building #17-old dance
hall. (Permission to copy must be obtained from Nev. Hist. Society.)
0326 Twin Lakes Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1964-barn & stable area.
0327 Ed W. Clark Forwarding Co., General Merchandise. Located on Main St.,
1905. (neg only)
0328 Residence of Booker and Kimball. Aurora, Nevada.
0329 Clark County Courthouse, Las Vegas, Nevada. (postcard)
0330 Fremont street, Las Vegas including Smith and Chandler store, the Boulder
Club and the Apache Bar. (postcard)
0331 Promotional postcard on the frontier Club, Las Vegas, Nevada. (postcard)
0332 5th street Grammar School, Las Vegas, Nevada. (postcard)
0333 Las Vegas High School, Las Vegas, Nevada. (postcard)
0334 A painting of Will Rogers on horseback in the Pioneer Lobby at the Last
Frontier, Las Vegas, Nevada. (postcard)
0335 U.S. senator Pat McCarran handling mail to Pony Express rider, during
dedication ceremony of McCarran Air Field, Las Vegas, Nevada. (postcard)
0336 Post Office and Federal Building, Las Vegas, Nevada. (postcard)
0337 Exterior view of the Golden Hotel, 200 S. 1st Street, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Also shown is an interior view of the hotel lobby and hotel room. (postcard)
0338 Frank Waite, Sheriff of Clark County. (neg. only)
0339 Kennedy for President campaign headquarters,. Mike O'Callaghan on right,
1960.
0340 Kennedy for President Campaign Headquarters, Henderson, Nev., 1960.
0341 Air Force Thunderbirds precision demonstration team are pictured lifting off
in the vicinity of Nellis Air Force Base.
0342 The Tory. II-C reactor is pictured during final inspection before being moved to the test pad at the Nevada Test Site. 6/64
0343 The Nuclear Furnace (NF-1) fuel test reactor on its test cart. The reactor is
covered by a special shield and is plugged into the face of the test facility at the
Nuclear Rocket Development Station, Jackass Flats, Nev. 1972
0344 Cathedral Rock at Mt. Charleston, Nev. 5/64
0345 Blackjack machines. 1965-66.
0346 Blackjack machines. 1965-66.
0347 U.S. Post Office facility at Nellis A.F.B., Nevada. 1969-70.
0348 Interior of the U.S. Post Office at Nellis A.F.B., Nevada. 1969-70.
0349 The Ward Charcoal Ovens located in Eastern Nevada near Ely are
remnants of Nevada's silver and lead booms in the 1870s. The ovens
are 30 feet high.
0350 Stalactites and stalagmites of the Lehman Caves National Monument are
pictured. Lehman Caves is located in eastern Nevada, 65 miles from Ely.
0351 "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign is pictured. The sign is located on
the Las Vegas "Strip". 1969-70.
0352 Las Vegas Convention Center rotunda is shown. 1969-70.
0353 Gambling at a craps table. 1969-70.
0354 Clark County Courthouse, Las Vegas, Nev. 1960.
0355 Flooding in the Las Vegas area, ca. 1950s.
0356 Similar to above.
0357 Filming of the "Electric Horseman" in Las Vegas, 1978. Robert
Redford is riding a horse thru Caesar Palace Casino.
0358 The MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas on fire, Nov. 20, 1980.

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The following are SLIDES of MX Missile Project for Air Force presentation

0359 The proposed MX missile System.
0360 USAF objective: Maintain a credible deterrent force.
0361 The U.S.'s strategic Triad comprised of land based inter-continental
ballistic missiles, the aging B-53 bombers, and the submarine force.
0362 The evolution of the Triad ford.
0363 Comparison of ICBM forces presently 1970s.
0364 Comparison of ICBM forces - early 1980s.
0365 U.S. and Soviet defense activities.
0366 U.S. and Soviet research and development, test and evaluation programs.
0367 U.S./U.S.S.R. Intercontinental ballistic missiles.
0368 Soviet ICBM improvements.
0369 Unique features of ICBMs.
0370 Alternative responses.
0371 The M-X missile and its features.
0372 The layout of the possible basing mode: a series of closed loop roadways.
0373 Artist's conception of the horizontal multiple protective shelter (MPS), or
garage, that the missile and its transporter will move into.
0374 The layout of the closed loop system road network for the multiple protective
structure system.
0375 This is the missile transporter launcher which will go into each shelter.
0376 The crane which would open the cement port on top of the shelters for
Soviet viewing by National technical means---satellites.
0377 A summarization of the various environmental concerns.
0378 MPS suitable siting areas.
0379 A summarization of some of the features of the M-X system.
0380 U.S.O. Westside, date uncertain, 1942-47. From Louise Leggioan-Dorsey
(neg. only)
0381 Powerhouse and downstream face of Boulder Dam. U.S. Bureau of
Reclamation photo.
0382 "I worked as a teller in the Bank of Nevada for a year, 1930-
1st and Fremont." Lesley W. Edwards
0383 Aurora, Nevada. Ca. 1930s.
0384 Joseph E. Stevens (1988) author, Hoover Dam: An American Adventure.
(TC 557.5 H6 S74 1988)
0385 Sahara Hotel pool area, ca. 1955.
0386 L-R: Judge Hermann Fisher, William Elwell, Sam Taylor, and Art Olsen.
[ca. 1960s]
0387 London-Nevada Gold Group of Mining Claims located in western foothills of
the Palmetto Range of mountains, Palmetto Mining District, Esmeralda County, Nevada, three miles east of the town of Palmetto. (1906)
See: Judson, G. Frank. Report of the London-Nevada Gold Group of Mining
Claims. (This and following five photos are prints of originals in this report.)
Photos #0387-0392.
0388 Same as above.
0389 Same as above.
0390 Same as above.
0391 Same as above.
0392 Same as above.
0393 Nevada Educational TV Control Room, 12-19-66. (From MS Collection #89-20
KLVX-TV: The Legacy of Project Innovate. See also UNLV thesis, same title,
By Ira Kimball, Spring 1988.)
0394 Arizona Club-interior (NEG ONLY).
0395 Night scene, Fremont Street looking east, Las Vegas, Nevada.
[c. 1930s-1940s] (colored postcard)
0396 Main Street, Round Mountain, Nevada, c. 1915. (additional information
on back of the photo)
0397 Men building Hoover Dam. (August 1932) (Includes several black workers)
0398 Bighorn sheep-Boulder City, Nevada.
0399 Harold's Club-Reno, Nevada - 1984/5. (photo credit Harold's Club)
0400 Lindsey Haskell Holman. (c. 1920s)
0401 Black Canyon, Hoover Dam, 1932. On left: Lindsey Haskell Holman.
0402 Horse/rider statue and buckboard on display at "Old Nevada", located
on Boulder Highway between Henderson and Boulder Highway.
0403 Saloon in Tonopah, Nevada. (c. late 1800s)
0404 Monte-Carlo Casino (principality of Monaco). Two scenes: one interior,
one exterior.
0405 Interior of the Monte-Carlo Casino. (Monaco) Photo purchased from
Sundance Books, 1990. (La salle du trente et quarante.)
0406 (NEG ONLY) "Birth of a University"-page gives brief history of Nevada
Southern University. (Taken from Epilogue 1959-the university yearbook.)
0407 (NEG ONLY) Building under construction at Nevada Southern University
(1959) photo taken from Epilogue 1959-university yearbook-pp. 24 & 25.)
0408 Biology student holding fish. (Taken from Epilogue 1959-NSSU yearbook.)
(NEG ONLY)
0409 Page from Epilogue '61 (Nevada Southern Univ. yearbook). Lettering:
"Nevada Southern, Home of the Rebels". Includes three university buildings.
(NEG ONLY)
0410 William Glen Bradley, instructor in Biology. (c. 1961) (NEG ONLY)
0411 (NEG ONLY) James E. Deacon. 9c. 1961)
0412 (NEG ONLY) Two llamas.
0413 (NEG ONLY) Fred A. Ryser (Biology faculty member). (c. 1957)
0414 (NEG ONLY) William Glen Bradley. (faculty member in Biology department-
NSU.) c. 1962
0415 (NEG ONLY) Lucy Bassett (faculty member in Biology Dept., NSU)-c.1958.
0416 (NEG ONLY) Ben Chichester, Botany Dept. faculty member, NSU. (c. 1958)
0417 (NEG ONLY) James Deacon (Biology Dept. faculty member, NSU), c. 1962.
0418 Vacated
0419 Photo of map-Southern Nevada Geography and Landmark of Armijo's Trace.
Taken from map collection.)
0420 Breakfast time for Maud, Rhyolite's famous petroglyph burro, at the restaurant.
(Newton Grill)-1907. (postcard)
0421 Paul Anka.
0422 Thirty-five years of Western progress (1926-1961). From biplane to fanjet, 22
aircraft types have carried the colors of Western Airlines, America's pioneer
airline. (Shows pictures of all of these aircraft types, with dates.)
0423 Julius Jensen family (taken in Denmark). Front row, left to right: son, Julius
Jensen (later a prominent Las Vegas doctor); Julius Jensen, father; Hanne
Jensen, mother. (The two men in the back row must have been sons as well but
They are not identified.) c. 1920s.
0424 Goodsprings School, Goodsprings, Nevada (1934). (NEG ONLY)
0425 Hotel Las Vegas, located on the west side of North Main Street near Stewart
Avenue. Charles "pop" Squires (later editor of the Las Vegas Age) was the
Proprietor. Built in May 1905, it was torn down in March 1906.
0426 Left, Miss Nevada 1978.
0427 Miss Nevada 1978 at Bicentennial Gazebo, Boulder City, Nevada.
0428 Miss Nevada 1978 and Jeanne Clark; at Bicentennial Gazebo, Boulder
City, Nevada. (11-4-78)
0429 Miss Nevada 1978 at Hoover Dam. (11-4-78)
0430 Miss Nevada 1978 at Hoover Dam. (11-4-78)
0431 Miss Nevada 1978-at Hoover Dam. (11-4-78)
0432 Miss Nevada 1978, photographed at Hoover Dam. (11-4-78)
0433 Miss Nevada 1978 at Hoover Dam. (11-4-78)
0434 Miss Nevada 1978 photographed at Hoover Dam. (11-4-78)
0435 Officials present for Boulder City's incorporation ceremony on
January 4, 1960: L-R: unidentified; Art Olson, Clark County Commissioner;
Harold Corbin, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and Boulder City Manager;
Dr. Henry J. Reining, Dean of the College of Administration, USC at Los
Angeles; Albert Franklin, Boulder City Councilman; Bob Broadbent,
Boulder City Mayor; Dr. Thomas S. White, Boulder City Councilman; Grant Sawyer, Governor of Nevada; William Byrne, Henderson, Nevada mayor; Morgan J. Sweeney, Boulder City Councilman; Arleigh West, Acting Regional Director, Bureau of Reclamation at Boulder City; Joe Manix, Boulder City Councilman; N.E. Broadbent, Mayor of Ely, Nevada; B. Mahlon Brown, Nevada state senator; Harley Harmon, Clark County Commission Chairman; Jake Dieleman, Nevada state assemblyman.
0436 East approach of the new Charleston underpass. (1949-50) Las Vegas, NV.
0437 Maryland Parkway's new street lighting-looking south from Charleston
Boulevard. (Las Vegas, Nevada) (1949-50(
0438 Bill Robinson gives William Boswell, director of Jefferson Center, his famous
shoes as a token for the center. (Recreation Center on Westside?)-1949.
0439 Hillside Terrace Home sites-one of the new subdivisions built in Las Vegas,
1949-50.
0440 Howard W. Cannon-City Attorney, Las Vegas, Nevada. (1949)
0441 Flamingo Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada-view of pool. (postcard) The famous
Olympic pool was the setting for many film and TV productions. (c. 1940s)
0442 View of the Las Vegas Strip, including the Mirage Hotel. (1990) (postcard)
0443 Hacienda Hotel-aerial. [c. late 1950s]
0444 Casino scene in Hacienda Hotel. Tall man in rear is Bob Timm, slot
department manager. (postcard)
0445 Olympic-size swimming pool at Hacienda Hotel, Las Vegas. [c. late 1950s]
(Postcard)
0446 Las Vegas Hacienda-also shows guests golfing on Hacienda golf course.
[c. late 1950s] (postcard)
0447 Ground-breaking for new room addition to Hacienda Hotel. Left to right:
Bob Seideman, casino; Lois Cooper, reservation and front desk manager;
Robb Johnson, general contractor; Joan Scann, secretary to general manager;
Dick Taylor, general manager (hotel).
0448 Richard B. Taylor, General Manager, hacienda Hotel, Las Vegas, NV.
0449 Hacienda Hotel tour group, February 1962. In red circle: Dick and Charlene
Taylor. (He was general manager of the hacienda.) There were weekly package tour flights from Honolulu to Las Vegas and return.
0450 Night scene of Hacienda Hotel, Las Vegas (July 4, 1956) The car at
the left is R.B. Taylor's T-Bird. (He was general manager.)
0451 Largest resort hotel pool in Nevada-Hacienda Hotel. (July 4, 1956)
0452 Hacienda Hotel-Las Vegas, Nevada. (c. late 1950s)
0453 Lady riding in go-cart on grounds of Hacienda Hotel. (Hacienda sign in
background.) (c. late 1950s)
0454 Showroom at Hacienda Hotel. (c. 1950s-late)
0455 Olympic-size pool at Hacienda Hotel, Las Vegas. (c. late 1950s)
0456 Guest room at the hacienda Hotel. (c. late 1950s)
0457 Albert E. "Bert" Wile. He is standing outside the Blue Room, key in hand.
0458 Police officers - "Bert" (Albert E.) Wile is second from right.
0459 A.E. "Bert" Wile, sixth from left.
0460 Bert Wile, second row, #5.
0461 Police officers and others in front of City Jail. Bert Wile is fourth from left.
0462 Police officers and others. (1938)
0463 Bert Wile. (Jan. 1942?)
0464 Hotel San Carlos-Yuma, A. (Summer 1983)
0465 Catholic Church [Nevada]. (NEGATIVE ONLY)
0466 Kimberly, Nevada. (1907) -- postcard
0467 Chester R. Longwell, geologist. (Pictured on horseback in desert locale.)
0468 L-R: Rex Bell and Glenn E. "Bud" Bodell at the Walking Box Ranch.
(c. 1932-33)
0469 L-R: Clara Bow, Rex Bell, Glenn E. "Bud" Bodell at the Walking Box Ranch,
c. 1932-33.
0470 Postcard with gambling theme: caption-"Send Carlo and Fido at once!
Met man who got $1,000.00 because he held a big dog, and a little dog last
Night". (copyright 1905) Artist by name of Lederer.
0471 Postcard with gambling theme: caption-"Very little drunkenness here, yet
regret to state that I saw a king full last night". (copyright 1905) Artist by
name of Lederer.
0472 Front page of Boulder City Journal, March 11, 1932; commemorates the first
birthday of BC. (NEG ONLY)

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Boulder City and Hoover Dam

0473 Hoover Dam during construction. (c. 1933)
0474 Six companies' houses, Boulder City. Executives' homes in front,
dormitories to rear. (1931)
0475 Ragtown Post Office, 1931. (Photo by Winthrop A. Davis)
0476 Six Companies' Store-Men's Clothing Department-Boulder City, Nevada.
(1931)
0477 New Mexico Construction Company grading the streets in Boulder City. (1931)
0478 Warning signs at dam site. (1931)
0479 Government homes in Boulder City.
0480 Children at Railroad Wye School. (1931)

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Gambling, Las Vegas

0481 Craps table.
0482 Roulette.
0483 Keno.
0484 The Big Six Wheel.
0485 Slot machines

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Downtown Las Vegas

0486 Glitter Gulch.
0487 Fremont Street from Union Plaza.
0488 Binion's Horseshoe and the Mint.
0489 Four Queens.
0490 Four Queens.
0491 Fremont Hotel & Casino.
0492 Golden Nugget.
0493 Golden Nugget.
0494 The Mint. (night view)
0495 The Mint.
0496 Showboat Hotel (night view)
0497 The Showboat Hotel.
0498 Showboat Hotel, Las Vegas, swimming pool.
0499 Showboat Hotel, luxurious dining room.
0500 Showboat Hotel, children's nursery.

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Strip

0501 Domed Convention Center.
0502 Aerial-Frontier and Desert Inn.
0503 Night lights of the Strip.

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State Line, Nevada and Calif.

0504 Show time at Harrah's.
0505 Slot machines.
0506 Roulette.
0507 Aerial-casinos and Lake Tahoe.
0508 Big Six Wheel.
0509 "21"-Blackjack.
0510 Craps table.
0511 Highway 50 through the city.
0512 The Sahara at night.
0513 Harrah's marquee.

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Strip Hotels, Las Vegas

0514    Aladdin Hotel.
0515    Caesars Palace, pool and palace.
0516    Caesars palace—main fountain and palace.
0517    “Rome Swings” show.
0518    Caesars palace—columns and Roman figures.
0519    Caesars Palace—entrance, fountains at night.
0520    Castaways Hotel (at night).
0521    Circus-Circus Hotel: electronic shooting gallery.
0522    Circus-Circus: overlooking fountains and casinos.
0523    Circus-Circus: water race pistols.
0524    Circus-Circus: fountains and casinos.
0525    Circus-Circus: fountains and carousel at night.
0526    Desert Inn Hotel: Crystal Room.
0527    Desert Inn Hotel:  Showtime in Crystal Room.
0528    Desert Inn, Crystal Room.
0529    Dunes Hotel—Casino de Paris.
0530    Flamingo Hotel—spiral staircase.
0531    Flamingo Hotel—exotic dancing girls.
0532    Showgirls at Flamingo Hotel.
0533    Hilton Hotel.
0534    Hilton Hotel—aglow at twilight.
0535    Hilton Hotel—marquee at night.
0536    Hilton Hotel—marquee and hotel.
0537    Hilton Hotel—shuffleboard court.
0538    Hilton Hotel—dinner show.
0539    Riviera Hotel—the casino.
0540    Riviera Hotel—Starlight Lounge.
0541    Riviera Hotel—Starlight Lounge.
0542    Riviera Hotel—Starlight Lounge.
0543    Riviera Hotel—hotel and fountain at night.
0544    Riviera Hotel—a fashionable suite.
0545    Riviera Hotel-overlooking pool.
0546    Riviera Hotel—pool.
0547    Sahara Hotel.
0548    Stardust Hotel—stage review.
0549    Stardust Hotel.
0550    Showtime at Stardust Hotel.
0551    Thunderbird Hotel—stage production.
0552    Thunderbird Hotel—spectacular choreography.
0553    Thunderbird Hotel.
0554    Tropicana Hotel—stage extravaganza.
0555    Tropicana Hotel—golf course.
0556    Taken on board “Bremen”, November 11, 1937.  L-R: Edith and
            Carl von Bibra; Adele von Bibra, Harold Pulvermann (right).
0557    January 1938, taken in the yard of the von Bibra home, 1815 Benedict
            Canyon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA.  L-R: back row: Edith & Carl von Bibra,
            Harold Pulvermann; front row: Conrad von Bibra, Edith Hulberta von
            Bibra, Adele von Bibra
0558    Thunderbird Hotel marquee.  (August 1949)  (Two women not identified.)
0559    Thunderbird Hotel marquee—August 1949.  (Man not identified.)

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0560    Landmark Hotel, May 1967.
0561    4 Queens Hotel & Fremont at night—1967.
0562    Landmark Hotel, May 1967.
0563    UNLV Library, May 1967.
0564    Las Vegas Convention Center, 1967.
0565    UNLV Library, May 1967.
0566    Sahara Hotel, May 1967.
0567    [View of UNLV Campus?]  May 1967.
0568    Interior of building, no i.d.   May 1967.
0569    No identification.  May 1967.
0570    Open stairwell in building, no i.d.  (1967)

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Miscellaneous 1

0571    Swanky Club, Henderson, NV.  (color photo)
0572    Otto Ravenholt and family.
0573    Fremont Street, 1931.
0574    Vegas World Hotel, Las Vegas, NV., May 1991.  (Sign damaged by
            windstorm.)  Photo by Dana Salter.
0575    (SLIDE)  Fremont Hotel, looking west, 3rd and Fremont. [c.1961-62]
0576    (SLIDE)  Royal Nevada Hotel.  [c. 1961-62]
0577    (SLIDE)  The Westerner Club.  [c. 1961-62]
0578    (SLIDE)  Riviera Hotel.  [c. 1961-62]
0579    Crew of Anderson Brothers Mess Hall (Sic Companies)—1932—Boulder
            City, Nevada.  (See paper on back for i.d.s)
0580    Last Frontier Village at Las Frontier Hotel,  (c. 1950s)
0581    Scene at Las Frontier Village.  (c. 1950s)
0582    Caesars palace Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (color postcard)
0583    Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (night scene—1990—color postcard).
0584    Cyd Charisse [1956]  Publicity still for movie, “Meet Me in Las Vegas”.
0585    Tropicana Hotel—Las Vegas, Nevada.  (1984)
0586    Miners Club (Working Men’s Café), Las Vegas, Nevada.  [c. 1920s]
0587    (NEG.ONLY)  Desert Research Institute—University of Nevada System—
            Southern Nevada Science Center.
0588    ( NEG. ONLY)  Nevada State Archives and Records Building in Carson City,
            Nevada.  (c. late 1980s)
0589    (SLIDE)  Riverside Hotel and Casino Resort, Laughlin, NV.  (c. 1991)
0590    (NEG. ONLY)  Proposed Nevada State Library and Archives Building, Carson
            City, Nevada.
0591    Las Vegas Mayor C.C. Baker (seated) presents J.R. Dickinson a check for
            $250 for the Nevada Southern Campus Fund.  (April 29, 1955)
0592    Lee Pavornik.
0593    Airplane on the street in front of Matzdorf’s Café and the Las Vegas Age
            offices—Las Vegas—1920s.
0594    Aerial view of Las Vegas—1920s.  Railroad and station at left in photo.
            (looking north)
0595    Aerial view of Las Vegas—1920s.
0596    Silver Slipper Gambling Hall, Las Vegas.  (postcard)  c. 1960s-70s.
0597    Several shots of Silver Slipper Gambling Hall marquee.  (1978)
0598    (NEGS. ONLY)  panorama of El Rancho Vegas in the snow, c. early 1940s.
0599    Southeast portion of Nevada (vicinity of Las Vegas), from a map.  Map is of
            The state of Nevada in 1866.  (NEGATIVE ONLY)
0600    Blueprint of Concrete Testing Lab at Las Vegas, Nevada.  (July 5, 1929)
            Blueprint is numbered L75-15L op.  (in UNLV Spec. Coll.)  (NEG. ONLY)
0601    Plat of original Las Vegas townsite, May 5, 1905.  Plat is #75-54-1.
            (NEG. ONLY)
0602    Southeast portion of map by Wheeler in 1869.  (NEG. ONLY)
0603    Map of southern and southeastern Nevada (1870) by Lieut. Geo. M. Wheeler.
            (NEG. ONLY)  Cataloged in Special Collections; F841 U53 1869.
0604    El Cortez Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (postcard)
0605    Gambling clubs on Fremont Street, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Eldorado Club and
            Golden Nugget)  (postcard)
0606    Schoolhouse in Pahrump, Nevada.
0607    Cheryl Lau, Secretary of State for Nevada.
0608    L-R:  Fred Albrecht and Richard Tam
0609    Thunderbird Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, c. 1948.  (color postcard)
0610    Congo Room in the Hotel Sahara, Las Vegas, Nevada, c. 1950s.  (color
            postcard)
0611    Fifth annual Southern Nevada Youth Fair, Las Vegas Convention Center,
            1973.  First on left: Tom Weisner; third from left: Myron Leavitt; fifth
            From left: Oran Gragson; sixth from left: Hank Thornely.  (others not
            Identified.
0612    The Players Club, 1945.  (from Nevada Life, Sept. 1945, p.5.)
0613    Red Rooster Night Club, 1946.  (from Nevada Life, Jan. 1946, p.13)
0614    Club Bon Aire, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1946.  (from Nevada Life, Jan. 1946)
0615    Nevada’s last short line railroad.  Nevada Northern Railroad’s old No. 40, last serviceable steam locomotive in the region.  (color postcard)
0616    The prospector’s last camp.  (Postcard with drawing of old prospector and poem.)
0617    Las Vegas, Nevada scenes including Sal Sagev Hotel, Hoover Dam, a gambling scene, and the El Trovatore Autel and Challenger Auto Court (east of Kingman, Arizona).  (postcard)
0618    Clark County Court House, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (postcard)
0619    Silver Slipper Gambling Hall and Saloon, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Interior view of Old West Gambling hall and Saloon in Silver Slipper.)  (postcard)
0620    Union pacific Depot, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (postcard)
0621    Playing roulette, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (postcard)
0622    Night view of the Last Frontier Village and Silver Slipper, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (postcard)
0623    Plat showing country tributary to S.P.L.A. and S.L. Railroad in southern Nevada.  Compiled by J.T. McWilliams, 1906.
0624    Yellow Jacket Mine fire in Goldhill, Nevada, April 7, 1869.  Fr. Patrick Manogue comforts wives and children.  (Photograph of a painting or illustration.)
0625    Rawhide, Nevada.  (ghost town)
0626    MGM Hotel, aerial view.  (SLIDE)
0627    Nevada City, August 15, 1905.  (2418 miles above the sea)  (Historic postcard—published 1905)
0628    Unidentified woman standing in a garden or a park, c. 1911.  (Historic postcard—published ca. 1911).
0629    (NEGATIVE ONLY)  Harrah’s Club, Reno, Nevada, ca. 1960.
0630    Floyd Lamb.
0631    Peggy Chesson (wife of Ray Chesson) in the backyard of her Chloride, AZ home.  (1990)
0632    Bunny Stevenson, friend, and Death Valley Scotty pictured at Scotty’s Castle Death Valley, Ca.  (c. early 1950s?)
0633    State Building in Reno, NV.  (c. 1950)  (Please credit:  Nevada Historical Society)
0634    Artist’s rendering of the Debbie Reynolds Motion Picture Museum and Premiere Theatre, Las Vegas.
0635    Early Court House in Mina, Nevada.  Sign reads:  “J.F.Moody, Justice of the Peace”.
0636    Map of Texas, Oregon, and California.  (1846)  Published by S. Augustus Mitchell, Philadelphia.
0637    The Magic 300-Mile Circle.  A map showing Las Vegas as the hub of a 300-mile circle containing the most significant tourist attractions in the southwestern United States.
0638    Grand Canyon.
0639    Grand Canyon.
0640    Flamingo Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (ca. 1950)
0641    Robert A. Cashell, former Lieutenant Governor, State of Nevada.
0642    Amargosa Valley Mine (1982).  (Photo by Ken Bouton)
0643    Amargosa Valley [mining operation], 1982.  (Photo by Ken Bouton)
0644    Part of the mining operation in Amargosa Valley (in the distance), 1982.  (Photo by Ken Bouton)
0645    Artificial watering device for desert bighorn sheep in the Muddy Mountains of Clark County.  This was constructed by the Fraternity of the Desert Bighorn, a Las Vegas based conservation and sportsman’s club.
0646    L-R:  Cecile Dotson Crowe, Hannah Houn, and Rose Crippe, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation secretaries, 1932.  (This photo came in with MS 23, John Chatfield Page Diaries.)
0647    Personnel of the Las Vegas office of the Bureau of Reclamation, 1932.  These employees worked on the Hoover Dam project.  (See back of photo for identification of many of these people.)
0648    Above-ground nuclear test.  (Courtesy of Edgerton, Germeshausen & Grier, Inc.)
0649    (NEG. ONLY)  Southern portion of map.  Map is “Automobile Road Map of the State of Nevada”, published by the Automobile Club of Southern California, ca. 1930s-40s.  Shows Las Vegas and the surrounding areas.
0650    Victory Hotel, 307 S/. Main st., Las Vegas, NV.  Also known by the name Lincoln Hotel, it was built sometime between 1906 and 1910.  (photo ca. 1972)
0651    Victory Hotel, Las Vegas, NV., ca. 1982.  (See photo #0171 0650).
0652    Ed and Flo Mlynarczyk greet Jim McPhee (rt.) , James R. Dickinson Library staff member.  (1-25-85)  All three are charter members of the University Library Society.
0653    Jim McPhee and Mary Harrison, J.R. Dickinson Library staff members, talk with Susan Graves (rt.).
0654    Gilbert Denton Buck (of Gil Buck Realty), n.d.
0655    (NEG.ONLY)  “A Map of the Boulder Dam Area showing the Principal Points of Scenic and Historic Interest” by Ben Glaha.  (map in Special Collections)
0656    Callville Bay, Nevada.
0657    Callville Bay, Nevada.
0658    Callville Bay, Nevada.
0659    Callville Bay, Nevada.  View of vehicles and boats.
0660    Boats docked at Callville Bay, Nevada.
0661    A building and landscaping—Callville Bay, Nevada.
0662    Mobile homes and recreational vehicles at Callville Bay, Nevada.
0663    Old West Motor Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (postcard)
0664    Navajo Motel, 1322 E. Fremont, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (postcard)
0665    El Mirador Motel, 2200 South Fifth Street, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (postcard)
0666    Old West Motel Court, 801-803 So. Fifth Street, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (postcard)
0667    Macayo Vegas Restaurant, 1741 East Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, NV.  (postcard)
0668    Hotel Flamingo, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (postcard)
0669    Hotel Last Frontier—“21 Club” Casino.  (postcard)
0670    Corey’s Fine Foods (restaurant), 4th and Fremont Streets, Las Vegas, NV.  (postcard)
0671    Boulder Dam Park Museum.
0672    “Gas here 14 cents”—Las Vegas 21 cents”-- (billboard)
0673    Bottle House, Rhyolite, Nev.
0674    Lost City, NV.  (painting)
0675    Lost City, NV.
0676    Lost City, NV.
0677    Lost City, NV.
0678    Club Bingo.  (7-24-47)
0679    Car towing boat down Fremont Street—in front of Oasis Café and Frontier Club.  (photo by Ullom)  Ca. 1930s?
0680    Portrait of Flora Dungan.  (n.d.)
0681    Flora Dungan (front row, left); Oran Gragson (back row, 4th from left); Paul May (back row, right).  (possibly a group of Nevada state legislators.  Rest not identified.)
0682    Campaigning for political office are:  (L-R): Alan Bible, Flora Dungan, Myron Leavitt, and Grant Sawyer.  (c. 1960s)
0683    L-R: “Phyllis Kleiger, Flora Dungan, Gov. Grant Sawyer, Eileen Alvarez, John Foley, Myrna Williams, Lela Petarde, Esty Valadez.  10-28-66”  (Some of the names may be misspelled because writing on back of photo not clear.)
0684    UNLV plaque honoring Leon H. Rockwell, Sr.  (1888-1968)  (NEGATIVE ONLY)
0685    UNLV PLAQUE HONORING Bessie Banfield Rockwell (Mrs. Leon Rockwell, Sr.)  (1877-1962)  (NEGATIVE ONLY)
0686    Cypress Gardens Water Ski Show was one of the special events scheduled for the 50th Anniversary of Hoover Dam (July 31-Aug. 4, 1985.)  (Show presented by Las Vegas Events, Inc.)
0687  Water storage reservoir, Charleston Boulevard Las Vegas, Nevada.
           (Nov. 1992)  (More information on photo board.)
0688    “The Flashlight”—sculpture on UNLV campus.  (1991)  (color postcard)
0689    Charter members of the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War. 
(May 2, 1954)  (Please credit: Gale’s Studio, Las Vegas, Nevada.)  Front row, from left:  Mrs. C.P. Squires; Doris Heustis and Rebecca Dunbar of Calif.; Artemessia Brewer; Cora Jones and Leona Fields of Calif.; Mrs. George Beard and Mrs. James Jones.  Second row, from left:  Mrs. William Mealoi; Mrs. John Katsaros; Mrs. Louis Prichard; Mrs. Orval Solomon; Mrs. Frederick J. Sheeler; Florida M. Horion; Mrs. Louis Blann and Inez Holcomb.  Third row, from left: Mrs. Eunice Wagner; Mrs. Harley E. Harmon; the Misses Marilyn Brewer and Phyllis Katsaros; Mrs. Virgil Denny and Mrs. James Osmun.
0690    Fremont Street, Las Vegas, Nev.  (ca. 1940s)
0691    Carmen Miranda (1951)  (Taken from Fabulous Las Vegas, Dec. 22, 1951)
0692    Desi Arnaz (1951).  (Taken from Fabulous Las Vegas, June 9, 1951)
0693    Snow in Las Vegas, Jan. 1979.  (Complete identification on reverse of photo board.)
0694    Jimmy Durante (2nd from right) and others gambling at the Stardust Hotel.  (1950?)  (Photo by Jack Winer, Las Vegas Review Journal) 
0695    Probably the Hacienda Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nev.  (ca 1957)
0696    Hacienda Hotel and Casino.  (1990) NEGATIVE ONLY
0697    Prehistoric skull found on Colorado River by Captain LeBaron.  (Copyright by B.M. Bower).
0698    Union Pacific Depot, Las Vegas, Nevada.  Shows UP train and partial view of the depot.  (n.d.)
0699    Union Pacific train.  (n.d.)
0700    Union Pacific Railroad Depot, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (n.d.)
0701    Union Pacific Railroad depot, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (n.d.)
0702    Construction workers using heavy equipment.  Union Pacific Railroad Depot, Las Vegas, Nev., in background  (n.d.)
0703    Postcard advertising Club Bingo --Las Vegas NV—postmarked 1949.  Picture shows framed illustration of youngsters playing craps on the sidewalk with the caption:  “Playing Craps As You Like It — at Club Bingo, Las Vegas, NV.
0704    “First tent in Las Vegas NV.  1904.  Railroad hospital.  Dr. Hewetson in charge.”
0705    View of Las Vegas from the Ice Plant.  (c. early 1990s)
0706    “Freight item.”
0707    “Loading ice on trains”—Las Vegas.  (c. early 1900s)
0708    “Making cement blocks for bank, Park, Brown & Squires’ houses.”  (c. early 1900s)

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Hotels

0709    Riviera Hotel and sign
0710    El Morocco Hotel
0711    Circus Circus sign
0712    Fountains at Circus Circus
0713    An entrance to stardust Hotel
0714    Stardust Hotel—entrance and marquee
0715    El Morocco sign

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Red Rock National Park

0716    Red Rock National Park, NV
0717    Red Rock National Park, NV
0718    Red Rock National Park, NV
0719    Red Rock National Park, NV
0720    Red Rock National Park, NV
0721    Red Rock National Park, NV
0722    Red Rock National Park, NV
0723    Red Rock National Park, NV
0724    Red Rock National Park, NV
0725    Red Rock National Park, NV

Following are prints:

0726    Ships Coffee Shop, Las Vegas, NV.  (Architect—Martin Stern)
0727    Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas as it appeared in the late 1940s.  In the foreground stands the Union Pacific Depot where the Union Plaza stands today.

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Hoover Dam  (Oversize prints)

0728    Hoover Dam  1931-1935.  (Property of Walker R. Young, Construction Engineer; see documentation in Walker biography file.)
0729    Colorado River in Black Canyon, prior to construction of Hoover Dam.
0730    Looking upstream at the low-level mixing plant, c. 1932 -- during construction of Hoover Dam.
0731    Low-level mixing plant — c. 1932 —during Hoover Dam construction.
0732    Low-level mixing plant —  c. 1932 —during construction of Hoover Dam.
0733    Trucks hauling two 2-cubic-yeard buckets, bringing concrete from the mixing plant.  (4-11-32)  (duplicate of #0120 0033)
0734    Construction in progress.  (5-31-34)
0735    Spillway, showing gates in position.  (108035)
0736    Dust from explosions in canyon walls.  (5-10-33)
0737    Work progresses on concrete portion of dam.  (1-15-34)
0738    Construction progresses on dam.  (6-2-33)
0739    View of Colorado River in Black Canyon — early phase of construction.
 (3-12-32)
0740    Men on huge piece of equipment inside a tunnel.  (12-1-33)
0741    Men on truck-mounted giant drilling rig used to cut the diversion tunnels in Black Canyon during building of the dam.  (c. 1932-34)
0742    Gigantic equipment in the [diversion tunnel] at dam site.
0743    View inside Nevada spillway tunnel — Oct. 7, 1933.
0744    Construction equipment scene at or near dam site.  (Dec. 1, 1933)
0745    Construction scene—Hoover Dam.  (7-22-33)
0746    Construction scene —Hoover Dam.  (no date)
0747    Nearing completion —construction of Hoover Dam.
0748    Nearing completion —construction of Hoover Dam.
0749    Work progresses on Hoover Dam —n.d.
0750    Construction of Hoover Dam —early phase of concrete work.
0751    Construction of Hoover Dam – n.d.
0752    Construction of Hoover Dam – nearing completion.  (10-15-34)
0753    Concrete work progresses on Hoover Dam.  (11-15-33)
0754    Hoover Dam nearing completion.  (c. 1934)
0755    Hoover Dam at night.  (n.d.)  (Photo by Tucker)
0756    Black Canyon and the Colorado River—preliminary stages of dam construction (building of roads, bridges, etc.).  (3-14-32)
0757    View of tunnel (exterior) – Hoover Dam construction.  (4-24-33)
0758    Construction equipment inside tunnel  -- Hoover Dam site.  (n.d.)
0759    Construction work at Hoover Dam.
0760    View of top of Hoover Dam.  (n.d.)

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Miscellaneous 2

0761    Photograph of a painting titled ‘The Navajo Gamblers”, by E.A. Burbank.  For fifteen years he lived among 125 different tribes of North American Indians, painting their pictures and studying them at close range.  This shows a group of Navajo men playing “Koon Can”, a favorite pastime of the Navajo.  Painted sometime between 1897 and 1911.
0762    Gambling cartoon (postcard): “Dif You Ever Hold a Straight Open at One End in Poker?”  Copyright, 1910.  Cardinell-Vincent Co.
0763    Gambling cartoon (postcard):  “A Royal Flush Can’t Be Beat in Poker”.  Copyright, 1910, Cardinell-Vincent Co.
0764    Gambling cartoon (postcard):  “Did You Ever Get Cold Feet at Poker?”  Copyright, 1910, Cardinell-Vincent Co.
0765    Gambling cartoon (postcard):  “Three of a Kind, That Can’t Be Beat”.
0766    “First water in Tonopah”, Oct. 24, 1902.  Gentlemen standing around a spout of water from a pipe apparently in the northern section of Main Street, Tonopah.  (photo by E.W. Smith)
0767    Robbins Cahill.  (c. 1981?)
0768    Desert Inn Hotel and Casino.  (c. 1960s-70s)
0769    Wilbur Clark’s Desert Inn.  (c. 1950s)
0770    Charlotte Putnam Crandall, Queen of Railroad Days in Goldfield, Nevada.  (Sept. 1905)
0771    Youth Conservation Corps building, about 4.5 miles from Tonopah Highway at the Corn Creek Field Station.  (c. 1972)  This photo shows the front of the building.  (Photo by Dave E. Morelli)  (Photos 0171 0071 through 0171 0779 taken from Historic Building Survey Project of the YCC Hut done by Dave Morelli for Dr. Ralph Roske’s Nevada History Class—Call # F849 L35 M69.)
0772    Youth Conservation Corps—right side of the building.  (c. 1972)  Located at the Corn Creek Field Station.  (Photo by Dave E. Morelli)
0773    Youth Conservation Corps—view shows the back of the building.  (c. 1972) 
            (Credit:  Dave E. Morelli)
0774    Youth Conservation Corps—the left side of the building.  (c. 1972)  (Credit: Dave E. Morelli)
0775    Youth Conservation Corps—interior of the building.  There were just two rooms.  (c. 1972)  (Credit: Dave E. Morelli)
0776    Another interior view of the Youth Conservation Corps building at Corn Creek Field Station.  (c. 1972)  (Credit: Dave E. Morelli)
0777    View out the door—Youth Conservation Corps hut near Corn Creek Field Station.  (c. 1972)  (Credit: Dave E. Morelli)
0778    Interior—Youth Conservation Corps building, c. 1972.  (Credit: Dave Morelli)
0779    Building made of railroad ties—probably located at the Corn Creek Field
            Station—c. 1972.  (Credit: Dave E. Morelli)
0780    Las Vegas – aerial view (6-19-83).
0781    Aerial view of the Las Vegas Convention Center and racetrack (racetrack at
            bottom right corner), soon after the LVCC was built.  (c. early 1960s)
            (OVERSIZE)
0782    Panoramic view of Las Vegas, circa 1910.  (1st panel, looking left to right).
            Shows residences in the south part of town.
0783    Panoramic view of Las Vegas, c. 1910.  (2nd panel)  Residential part of town.
0784    Panoramic view of Las Vegas, c. 1910.  (3rd panel)  The church in the
            background is the Methodist Church at Third and Bridger Streets.
0785    Panoramic view of Las Vegas, c. 1910.  (4th panel)  Shows some of the
            downtown structures.
0786    Panoramic view of Las Vegas, c. 1910.  (5th panel)  Fremont Street.
0787    Panoramic view of Las Vegas, c. 1910.  (6th panel)  At back can be seen the
            two-story Ice Plant operated by the Las Vegas Ice and Manufacturing Company.
0788    Panoramic view of Las Vegas, c. 1910.  (7th panel)  In background is the
            mission-style railroad depot.  The steel columns and skeletal structure to its left
            mark the partly constructed machine shops of the SP, LA & SL Railroad.
0789    E.O. “Ed” Underhill opened the Las Vegas Coca-Cola Bottling Co. at
            125 N. Main in 1927.  The new offices shown here opened in May 1934 at
            424 N. Main.  L-R: Jimmy Dean, Mac Lancaster, Clarence Underhill (Ed’s
            brother), Ed Underhill, Red Kerr, Bert Kempton, Byron Underhill (Ed’s son).
            (These are the men standing in front of the 3 vehicles at the right.)  Three men
            at left not identified.
0790    G. Lawrence Ullom, photographer, about 75 years of age.  (portrait)
0791    Far below, in Black Canyon on the Colorado River, is the Cashman-Swartz
            ferry.  Run by Jim Cashman and Walter Swartz.  (c. late 1920s-early 1930s)
0792    Ferry boat pilots who worked on Lake Mead.  (c. 1937)
            Jack Miller, Pop Emery, Fred Hilty, Murl Emery, Dick Swartz,
            George Davis, Horace Emery.
0793    Aerial photo of Las Vegas Strip.  (1962)
0794    Aerial photo of the Sands Hotel and adjacent property (photocopy).
            (c. 1970s or later)
0795    Union Pacific Railroad depot, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (c. 1940s)
`           (Pls credit: Union Pacific Railroad)
0796    Hoover Dam under construction.  (c. 1930s)
0797    M. Milius, a construction worker on Hoover Dam, poses near huge pipe used
            in construction.  (c. 1930s)
0798    Round-Up Drive-In Restaurant, Las Vegas, NV.  (postcard)  (c. 1940s-50s)
0779 Building made of railroad ties-probably located at the Corn Creek Field
Station-c. 1972. (Credit: Dave E. Morelli)
0780 Las Vegas - aerial view (6-19-83).
0781 Aerial view of the Las Vegas Convention Center and racetrack (racetrack at
bottom right corner), soon after the LVCC was built. (c. early 1960s)
(OVERSIZE)
0782 Panoramic view of Las Vegas, circa 1910. (1st panel, looking left to right).
Shows residences in the south part of town.
0783 Panoramic view of Las Vegas, c. 1910. (2nd panel) Residential part of town.
0784 Panoramic view of Las Vegas, c. 1910. (3rd panel) The church in the
background is the Methodist Church at Third and Bridger Streets.
0785 Panoramic view of Las Vegas, c. 1910. (4th panel) Shows some of the
downtown structures.
0786 Panoramic view of Las Vegas, c. 1910. (5th panel) Fremont Street.
0787 Panoramic view of Las Vegas, c. 1910. (6th panel) At back can be seen the
two-story Ice Plant operated by the Las Vegas Ice and Manufacturing Company.
0788 Panoramic view of Las Vegas, c. 1910. (7th panel) In background is the
mission-style railroad depot. The steel columns and skeletal structure to its left
mark the partly constructed machine shops of the SP, LA & SL Railroad.
0789 E.O. "Ed" Underhill opened the Las Vegas Coca-Cola Bottling Co. at
125 N. Main in 1927. The new offices shown here opened in May 1934 at
424 N. Main. L-R: Jimmy Dean, Mac Lancaster, Clarence Underhill (Ed's
brother), Ed Underhill, Red Kerr, Bert Kempton, Byron Underhill (Ed's son).
(These are the men standing in front of the 3 vehicles at the right.) Three men
at left not identified.
0790 G. Lawrence Ullom, photographer, about 75 years of age. (portrait)
0791 Far below, in Black Canyon on the Colorado River, is the Cashman-Swartz
ferry. Run by Jim Cashman and Walter Swartz. (c. late 1920s-early 1930s)
0792 Ferry boat pilots who worked on Lake Mead. (c. 1937)
Jack Miller, Pop Emery, Fred Hilty, Murl Emery, Dick Swartz,
George Davis, Horace Emery.
0793 Aerial photo of Las Vegas Strip. (1962)
0794 Aerial photo of the Sands Hotel and adjacent property (photocopy).
(c. 1970s or later)
0795 Union Pacific Railroad depot, Las Vegas, Nevada. (c. 1940s)
` (Pls credit: Union Pacific Railroad)
0796 Hoover Dam under construction. (c. 1930s)
0797 M. Milius, a construction worker on Hoover Dam, poses near huge pipe used
in construction. (c. 1930s)

0798 Round-Up Drive-In Restaurant, Las Vegas, NV. (postcard) (c. 1940s-50s)

0799

"Rat Pack" posed in front of the Sands' marquee. (postcard)
L-R: Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford,
Joey Bishop. (c. 1950s)

0800   

Interior view of Las Vegas Coca Cola Bottling Company at 424 N. Main St.  (1934)  Shows the production line.  (See photo #0171-0789—related)

0801   

Color postcard of the sign at the Thunderbird Hotel.  (c. 1950s)  Featured on the marquee were Gordon MacRae, Marilyn Michaels, and The Golddiggers.

0802   

Past presidents of Temple Beth Sholom, Las Vegas, Nevada.  (c. 1978)  Standing, L-R: Mel Moss, Jack Entratter, Harry Wallenstein, Al Goot, David Zenoff, Jerry Mack. Seated, L-R: Nate Mack (Jerry’s father), Mike Gordon, Lloyd Katz.

0803    Payroll guards, Six Companies Inc., (builders of Hoover Dam) – (c. 1931-35)
            Group portrait.
0804    Sahara Hotel entrance, Las Vegas, c. 1954.

0805    Flamingo Hotel, Las Vegas Nevada.  (c. 1954)

0806    Sands Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.  Dean Martin is on the marquee.  (c. 1954)

0807    Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.  Harry Belafonte on the marquee.
            (c. 1954)

0808    Sal Sagev Hotel, Golden Gate Casino—Las Vegas.  (1972)

0809    Bus terminal, downtown Las Vegas, 1972.

0810    Union Plaza Hotel in downtown Las Vegas – 1972.

0811    Entrance to Union Plaza Hotel, Las Vegas, NV.  (1972)

0812    Downtown Las Vegas (?)  (1972)

0813    Union Plaza Hotel—downtown Las Vegas.  (1972)

0814    Goldfield Consolidated Mines Company—mine office—c. late l800s.

0815   

University of Nevada Regents Brenda Mason, John Buchanan, Lily Fong, being sworn in by Justice Gordon Thompson (left) of the Nevada Supreme Court,on Jan. 24, 1975, in the Center of Religious Life in Reno, Nevada.

0815a  Brenda Mason (holding phone) with Teacher Corps. (1974)  She was the Community Coordinator for the Teacher Corps.

0816    University of Nevada Board of Regents (1979)
            Back row, L-R:  John Tom Ross, Louis Lombardi, Molly Knudtsen, Lily Fong, James “Bucky” Buchanan.
            Front row, L-R: Robert Cashell, Brenda Mason, John McBride, Chris Karamanos.

0817    Aladdin Hotel at right, Dunes Hotel on the left, looking north on Las Vegas
            Boulevard.  (c. 1960s-70s)

0818    Donald Moyer, former Chancellor of the University of Nevada System. (1967)
            (NEGATIVE ONLY)


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