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Molasky, Beth OH-02123 6/2/2014 Southern Nevada Jewish Heritage Project Daughter of developer Irwin Molasky talks about her own real estate/development work; being from Las Vegas. F850 J5 M637 2014 yes 0
Molasky, Irwin OH-01310 LV Review Journal-First 100 no 3
Molasky, Irwin OH-02154 April 23, 2014 Boyer Early Las Vegas Early Las Vegas developer yes 1
Molasky, Irwin and Susan OH-01311 2006 I Remember When: Recollections from LV Jewish Leaders F850.J5.M64 2005 One of the most significant developers - Boulevard Mall and Sunrise Hospital. Started UNLV Foundation. no 0
Molasky, Susan OH-02140 03/11/2014 Southern Nevada Jewish Heritage Project Founding member of Nathan Adelson Hospice; wife of a founding developer and businessman Irwin Molasky. F850.J5 M638 2014 yes 0
Molen, Joanne Pattiani OH-02679 1997 January 25 Las Vegas Women Oral History Project F849.L35 M645 1997 In July of 1955, Joanne Molen's husband was offered a job at Nellis Air Force Base, so they moved from Alturas, California, to Las Vegas. Joanne had worked for Citizens Utilities in Alturas as a Western Union teletype operator, so she got a job with the Southern Nevada Telephone Company. She was the only woman to hold some of the positions she held. She worked for the telephone company, which became Sprint, for more than forty years, ending up as a main engineer. Joanne also was a volunteer and was active in community organizations including the American Ex-Prisoners of War and the Disabled American Veterans organizations, which lead to her being appointed by Governor Richard Bryan to the state of Nevada's Veterans Advisory Commission where she became the first woman to hold the position of chairman for the Commission. She was also voted Women of the Year four times by the local chapter of the American Business Women's Association for her work with veterans. yes 0
Monaco, Mario C. OH-01312 03/12/1981 Local Oral History Project-Roske Education no 1
Monaco, Mario C. OH-02963 2002 April 26 Public School Principalship Oral History Project Experiences as public school principal in Southern Nevada. yes 1
Monahan, George OH-01313 03/28/1980 Local Oral History Project-Roske Flood control no 1
Mongeot, Jacqueline & Veronica Mongeot Folsom OH-02802 8/16/2016 BELVOHP Grew up in France, teenager during the German occupation, moved to Las Vegas with husband who worked at Stardust as special effects person and stage manager. In that capacity, he met entertainers with no place to go for holidays and invited them home where the family was exposed to the Strip performer in a family fashion that was diverse and cosmopolitan. Family changed their home in Paradise Valley to green oasis with gardens, trees, and animals. Now lives in San Diego on the beach in retirement condo purchased before their retirement. no 0
Monica, Corbett 11/28/1992 Arnold Shaw Entertainment. Interviewer: Joe Delaney no 1
Monroe, Jack L. Jr. OH-01314 03/15/1981 Local Oral History Project-Roske no 1
Monson, Loretta OH-01315 Local Oral History Project-Roske no 1
Montandon, Michael "Mike" OH-02839 2016 September 22, 2016 October 04 Building Las Vegas Real Estate broker, three-term mayor NLV (1997-2009) during period of rapid growth. President, NAIOP Southern Nevada. Broker, Providence Commercial; Previously Vice President, Business Development and Govt Affairs, DC Building Group; Managing Partner Insight Investment Partners; Managing Director Voit Real Estate Services; Director Government Affairs, Core Construction; Buisness Development, Nevada Construction Services no 0
Montano, Mike OH-02135 9/19/2008 All That Jazz First played in Las Vegas with Jack E. Leonard in 1960. Only worked at two hotels during his 24-year Las Vegas career - Flamingo and Riviera. ML394.M65 2008 yes 0
Monteith, Kelly 10/28/1975 Arnold Shaw Entertainment. Interviewer: Arnold Shaw no 1
Montes, Francis OH-02674 2001 October-December, 2002 August 24 Las Vegas Women Oral History Project F850.S75 M66 2003 Frances "Fran" Montes is the first woman to serve as president of Hispanics in Politics (HIP) and one of a small number of Hispanic women who are acknowedged as spokespersons for the diverse Hispanic community in the Las Vegas Valley. She is the Diversity Officer for Bechtel Nevada Corporation, a member of the Latin Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Community Advisory Board of the Women's Research Institute of Nevada, and one of the earliest members of NALA (Nevada Association of Latin Americans). yes 0
Montgomery, Mont 03/10/1977 Arnold Shaw Entertainment. Interviewer: Arnold Shaw no 1
Moody, Bill August 19.1994 Arnold Shaw Entertainment. Interviewer: Joe Delaney no 1
Moody-Nixon-Reuter Family OH-02341 2013 History of Emergency Medical Services in Nevada Lowell Moody was fire chief of the Hawthorne Volunteer Fire Department in the 1940s, and his family has continued service at the Hawthorne Valley Fire Department in the following decades. Steve Moody, Rick Reuter, Barbara Reuter, Mark Nixon, Craig Nixon, Kyle Reuter, and Lindsey Reuter were interviewed for Elwood Schmidt's book "A History of Emergency Medical Services in Nevada." no 0
Mooney, Courtney OH-01316 07/30/2007 Voices of the historic John S. Park Neighborhood F849. L35 M655 2010 Courtney Mooney is the Urban Design Coordinator for the City of Las Vegas. She is an architect and has a graduate degree in historic preservation. She discusses the John S. Park Neighborhood and its designation as a historic district yes 0
Moore, Bill 04/28/1995 Arnold Shaw Entertainment. Interviewer: Bill Willard no 2
Moore, Daniel A. OH-01317 03/03/1979 Local Oral History Project-Roske no 1
Moore, Frances OH-01318 03/01/1979 Local Oral History Project-Roske no 1
Moore, Frances OH-01319 undated Ralph Roske Interviews no 1
Moore, Frances and Ruth Fyfe OH-01320 03/22/1977 Ralph Roske Interviews Interviewer: Susan Kendall. no 0
Moore, Joyce OH-02465 2013-01-22 Boyer Early Las Vegas Oral History Project Rancho High School Class of 1962 no 0
Moore, Sue OH-02372 2012 December 07 History of Emergency Medical Services in Nevada After working as a nurse in Hawaii, Moore helped start a paramedic service in Reno, Nevada in 1977. In 2000 Moore joined Care Flight and has been active with developing emergency standards for the Nevada State Board of Nursing. no 0
Moore, W.M., Jr. OH-01321 05/05/1981 Local Oral History Project-Roske no 5
Moore, William K. OH-01322 2001 July 20 Public School Principalship Oral History Project yes 2
Moore-Marshall, Joyce OH-01324 03/25/2008 Heart to Heart : A Las Vegas Health Care OHP & BELVOPH of Rancho HS R154.M297 M37 2009 Joyce Marshall-Moore talks about the career of her mother, Agnes Rasmussen Marshall, who worked as a nurse at Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital, Las Vegas Hospital, and Vegas Valley Convalescent Hospital CT247 M64 2012 Joyce Moore's family moved to Las Vegas from Chicago in 1953 when she was eight years old. She attended Rancho High School. Joyce worked at the Daily Fax and then at the Aladdin and Circus Circus doing a variety of office and accounting jobs. Then she worked as a cocktail waitress at the MGM for five years. This interview covers her life in Las Vegas from the mid-1950 until the mid-1970s yes 0
Morales-Jackson, Catherine OH-01325 05/05/2010 Boyer Early Las Vegas Oral History Project CT247 .M67 2007 Catherine (Cathy) Morales-Jackson started working as a classified employee in the UNLV Library in 1981. She worked in periodicals, the microform area, and in binding. She retired in 2010 yes 0
Morales-Jackson, Catherine OH-01325 5/5/2010 Boyer Early LV Oral History Project - Library Catherine (Cathy) Morales-Jackson started working as a classified employee in the UNLV Library in 1981. She worked in periodicals, the microform area, and in binding. She retired in 2010 Includes index yes 0
Moran, Monsignor Peter OH-01326 02/21/1975 Local Oral History Project-Roske Las Vegas history no 1
Moran, T.J. OH-01327 03/20/1976 and 03/24/1985 Local Oral History Project-Roske Nevada history no 1
Morelli, Helen OH-01328 03/06/1976 Local Oral History Project-Roske Las Vegas history, music, husband popular band director yes 1
Morena, Rita Arnold Shaw Entertainment no 3
Moreo, Patrick J OH-01329 The UNLV @ Fifty Oral History Project LD3745 .M66 2007 yes 0
Morgan, Jack & Shirley 12/27/1993 Arnold Shaw Entertainment. Interviewer: Bill Willard no 1
Morgan, Richard OH-01331 11/07/2006 The UNLV @ Fifty Oral History Project LD3745.M67 2007 Richard Morgan practiced law, was the dean of the law schools at Arizona State University and at the University of Wyoming, and was the first dean of the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV yes 1
Morgan, William OH-02862 2016 October 21 Slot Manager Oral History Project HV6711 .M66 2017 Nevada Gaming Schools, Imperial Palace, MGM Grand, Stratosphere, Grand Tunica, New York-New York, Aladdin, Lady Luck, Atlantic City Coin & Slot yes 0
Morris, Bobby OH-02636 09/07/2004 Arnold Shaw F850.J5 M668 2014b Entertainment. Interviewer: Cork Proctor yes 3
Morris, Bobby OH-02638 March 24, 2016 Southern Nevada Jewish Heritage Project F850.J5 M668 2014 Professional drummer and musical director in Las Vegas since 1950. Owner of Bobby Morris Agency. Escaped Poland with his family in 1937. Talks about getting to Las Vegas and many of the people he played with, for and managed. He was first musical director at International when it opened with Elvis. yes 0
Morris, Daryl OH-02576 Feb 16, 2016 Southern Nevada Jewish Heritage Project Born and raised in Las Vegas; son of musician Bobby Morris and Paula Morris. Actor, insurance agent and member of the Jewish community. yes 0
Morris, J.D. OH-01332 Local Oral History Project-Roske no 1
Morris, Paulette OH-01333 1/6/2009 Boyer Early LV OHP yes 0
Morris, William OH-01334 02/22/1979 Local Oral History Project-Roske UNLV Women Sports no 1
Morrison, Lillian OH-01335 02/5/1996, 02/10/1996 Boulder City Library Lillian Morrison was the first uniformed female who worked for Park Service and has worked for Reclamation for 20 years during the war at Camp Williston. Morrison recalls life in Boulder City during the late 1930s and 1940s. Morrison is the wife of Lloyd Shorty Morrison. yes 6
Morrison, Lillian OH-01336 07/29/1996 no 1
Morrison, Norma Cleveland OH-02375 2013 History of Emergency Medical Services in Nevada Morrison moved to Las Vegas, Nevada in 1953 and was employed as a nurse. She became a head nurse of the emergency departments of Memorial Hospital and Valley Hospital. In the 1970s she pursued certifications in CPR training and taught until her retirement in 1987. no 0

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