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Stardust Hotel sign

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Floating craps table in a Las Vegas pool, 1954.

This Is What Vegas Looked Like In Its Glory Days

Floating Crap Tables in Las Vegas. Desert Sea News Bureau.

Street Scene, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1966

Fremont St, Las Vegas, c. Ted Rio Fito at the Fremont Hotel Sky Room. The Diplomats at the Golden Nugget. Lucky Casino has just opened next to Diamond Jim’s Nevada Club. Photos via Jaap van der Horst

"In 1966, Lee Marvin was filming The Professionals and staying at the Mint Hotel. Marvin complained that Vegas Vic was too loud, so casino executives silenced Vegas Vic and it was left that way for nearly two decades. The speaking was restored in the 1980s, but as of 2006 no longer works. The arm stopped waving in 1991." Wikipedia

Rolled up cuffs! Such an awesome billboard. Vintage Las Vegas ~ Old photo of Vegas Vic and the casinos on Fremont Street,

The Dunes Hotel Sultan on the  Las Vegas Strip in the 1950's.  #vintageLasVegas

The Dunes Hotel Sultan on the Las Vegas Strip in the

Dancers hover above guests at the Paris Lido show in the Stardust Hotel, 1958. - Ralph Crane / Life

This Is What Vegas Looked Like In Its Glory Days

Girls from the famed Paris Lido show performing on suspended platforms at the Stardust Hotel & Casino, 1958 by Ralph Crane

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That is a lot of signage Postcard: Las Vegas Strip, c. December Siegfried & Roy at the Frontier. Boy-Lesque at Silver Slipper. Thanks Shari

Old Las Vegas Postcard - a unique view of the vintage neon hotel signs on the north end of the Strip...The Sahara, The El Rancho, Bob Stupak's Vegas World, The Stardust, The Frontier-all are gone. www.all-chips.com has chips for sale from here and hundreds of Las Vegas casinos... New and Old obsolete Las Vegas

Old Las Vegas Postcard - a unique view of the vintage neon hotel signs on the north end of the Strip.The Sahara, The El Rancho, Bob Stupak's Vegas World, The Stardust, The Frontier.

Viva Las Vegas (1964)

Viva Las Vegas (1964)

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