0002 The Oasis, probably Las Vegas’ finest restaurant in the 1920s. (Fremont between 1st and 2nd Streets.)
0003 J.W. Garehime’s Music store – Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV. The store opened in 1924. Proprietor is flanked by two Hollywood comedians playing instruments ordered for the Local Eagles Lodge. (Ullom photo)
0004 In front of Majestic Theatre, Las Vegas. (1930s?)
0005 Downtown LV, next to Majestic Theatre. (1930s?)
0006 Hotel Last Frontier (1942). In the long, low building the Hunt Breakfast was served every Sunday when Vegans gathered after church for what became a community social tradition. At right is Little Chapel of the West (wedding chapel) on grounds of hotel.
0007 El Rancho Vegas, exterior. (opened in 1941)
0008 Auto advertising Paramount Week in front of El Portal Theatre, Fremont Street, LV, NV. (1928)
0009 New Overland Hotel, LV, NV. (1912) (First building was destroyed in fire in 1911)
0010 Golden Nugget Gambling Hall (1950s)
0011 Las Vegas Ranch.
0012 Fremont Street, 1948. Pioneer Club with Vegas Vic sign. (looking west)
0013 Night scene – Fremont Street, LV – 1938. (looking east)
0014 Original Las Vegas water supply, “Big Spring”.
0015 U.S. Post Office and Court House, LV, NV. (1930s) (301 Stewart Avenue)
0016 Federal Building – United States Post Office (formerly Court House) – LV, NV. (1991) (Sarah Vinci photo) Located at 301 Stewart Ave.
0017 First Methodist Church, LV, NV. (Third and Bridger Streets), 1905.
0018 First United Methodist Church, LV, NV. (Third and Bridger Streets) (1991). Vinci photo
0019 Fremont Street, looking west, 1942.
0020 Fremont Street, looking west, 1991. Golden Nugget Hotel (Vinci photo)