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This is a great vintage photo of the Las Vegas Strip.
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Old School Vegas - great vintage photo of the Las Vegas Strip.
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365 Bedtime Stories Book by Nan Gilbert 1955 What A Jolly Street Whitman | This brings back MANY childhood memories
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365 Bedtime Stories Book by Nan Gilbert 1955 What A Jolly Street Whitman | eBay My absolute favorite, must have read the entire book 25 times.
route 66, USA
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Death Valley National Park. Nothing like an open road
looks like the road to West Texas to me. It looks like a road in the valley of fire outside Las Vegas
Route 66, USA I'm thinking road trip!
Route 66 is the road we took to get to Sedona from Las Vegas
Not west Texas as I originally thought but is the road into Death Valley located in Eastern California. Situated within the Mojave Desert, it is the lowest and driest area in North America, and currently the hottest in the world.
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South of the Strip - The Dunes and the under-construction Caesars Palace can be seen in this aerial photo of Las Vegas, 1962. The Dunes along with its 18-hole golf course would later become the Bellagio, while Caesars, although very different, is still with us.
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Historical Strip aerials - Las Vegas Sun News -Dunes 1962 which is now the Bellagio location. Caesar's Palace under construction
Aerial photo of Las Vegas 1962. The Dunes Hotel & Casino and the under-construction Caesar's Palace can be seen. vintage Las Vegas
Photograph : South of the Strip - Las Vegas Sun News
Fremont Street, 1950s
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A night scene on Fremont Street. The Overland Hotel, Jack Pot Arcade, Las Vegas Club, Hotel Fremont, The Mint, Lucky Strike Club, Las Vegas Vic, The Golden Gate, and the Hotel Sal Sagev are pictured Ca. late 1960's (Collection # 0049, Photo # 0084).
"Glitter Gulch'' at night (Las Vegas), circa 1960s
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Old Las Vegas History
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Las Vegas Sands hotel sign and marquee from the 50's The rat pack always hung out at the Sands. I wish I had been born in a different era.
DEAN MARTIN AT THE SANDS HOTEL, LAS VEGAS.
Vintage Vegas with Deano and maybe Frankie... maybe Sammy...
Sands, Las Vegas. Remember going with my parents seeing Las Vegas in those days was quite the treat
Dean Martin (Maybe Frank, Maybe Sammy) #LasVegas #RatPack
Old Disneyland Sign
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Disneyland - I love the happiest place on earth :). I saw this sign first when I was about 8 years old. A family road trip to Disneyland in California
Disneyland Memories - Ahhh~ My favorite place to play. :o) ...and old enough to remember this sign. *smacks forehead* lol
I grew up in San Diego, California, so I grew up going to Disneyland every year. This is a photo of Disneyland in the 1960s, I believe. What's hard to believe, is my Mom remembers going there, when it looked like this!!
Vintage Disneyland entrance photo
Disney Land opened in July 17,1955. Created by Walt Disney. It was designed to be a family theme park..It is Anaheim, California, It was created to be a place for families to come and have fun.
Route 66, the most famous road in the United States, was established in 1926 and passed through eight states on its way from Chicago, IL to Los Angeles, CA (2,448 miles). As a kid I travelled across the US with my Grandma Bessie in her convertible.....awesome "road trip" memories. She inspired my love of travel!
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Route 66, the most famous road in the United States, was established in 1926 and passed through eight states on its way from Chicago, IL to Los Angeles, CA (2,448 miles). Road trip... The whole thing
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