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This propertyhas been placed on theNational Registerof Historic Placesby the United StatesDepartment of the Interior United States Post Officeand Courthousec.1933
Built · 1927-28Architect: Charles Alexander MacNelledgeOpened June 21, 1928This building was Las Vegas' cultural center for many years. Its 700 seat auditorium and elegant Spanish motif lobby were used for films, plays, music recitals, vaud…
At this site the firstTelephonewas installed in Las Vegas Dedicated during Las Vegas'Diamond Jubilee
1906 - 2006One Hundredth Anniversary CelebrationGolden Gate Hotel & CasinoOne Fremont Street
This is a two sided markerSide A:GamingLike most western frontier towns, gambling was prevalent in the backrooms of early Las Vegas saloons and other establishments. From its inception as a railroad town in 1905, the citizens of Las Vegas tolerate…
This is a two sided markerSide A:Auction Site At this site on May 15th 1905, the San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad auctioned off lots for the creation of the new city of Las Vegas. With 110 degree temperatures scorching the crowds, about…
This light standard was placed at the entrance to the Las Vegas Union Pacific Railroad Station in 1937. The Depot was removed in 1970 to make way for the Union Plaza Hotel. Mr. Frank Scott, Chairman of The Board of Union Plaza Hotel preserved this…
On May 15, 1905, in this area, The City of Las Vegas was founded with the auction of lots in Clark's Las Vegas Townsite by San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad and Las Vegas Land & Water Company, predecessors of Union Pacific Railroad and U…
George Fayle moved to southern Nevada from Calico, California in 1904. He settled at Goodsprings Junction, which was later renamed for his wife Jean. In 1912, he moved to Goodsprings. He built the Pioneer Saloon in 1913, later building the Fayle G…
Tule Springs is one of the few sites in the U.S. where evidence suggest the presence of man before 11,000 B.C. Scientific evidence shows this area, once covered with sagebrush and bordered with yellow-pine forests, had many springs. These sprin…