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Vintage Nevada

Vintage Nevada

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"Safe in the living room of her Las Vegas, Nevada, home, Mrs. Jacqueline Buck and her son watch the mushrooming cloud from an atomic test blast some 75 miles away," April 21, 1953

Piper's Opera House ~ Virginia City, NV

Loading hay on the Dangberg ranch, Carson Valley, Nevada, March 1940.

After an A-bomb test Nevada, 1955

LIFE: Rare photos from an A-Bomb test

Genoa, Nevada in March 1940.

Eldorado Canyon, Nevada - Lawlessness on the Colorado River

Eldorado Canyon, Nevada - Lawlessness on the Colorado River

Diamond Springs Pony Express Station, Nevada. Courtesy of Nevada Historical Society Reno, NV

Pony Express NHT: Historic Resource Study (Chapter 9)

Mapes Hotel- Reno Nevada

Vintage Postcard of The Mint Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada

Fremont St., Las Vegas Nevada

The Arizona Club was an integral part of Las Vegas' rowdy red-light district in the early 1900s.

On this Day in History, March 19, 1931: In an attempt to lift the state out of the hard times of the Great Depression, the Nevada state legislature voted to legalize gambling. In Reno, work began to enlarge the city’s biggest casino, the Bank Club.