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Las Vegas Then and Now® People and Places charts the rise and demise of the classic casinos on the strip; El Rancho Vegas, the Desert Inn, the Stardust, New Frontier, the Sands, Showboat, and the Dunes. It looks at the gambling halls enclosed on Fremont Street, the flying-saucer-shaped Convention Center, the famous failures such as the Moulin Rouge and Howard Hughes’ futuristic Landmark Hotel, together with the enduring successes such as the El Cortez and the Little Chapel of the West. Also includes: The Riviera, Caesar’s Palace, Tropicana, Circus Circus, The Mint, Flamingo, Aladdin, Imperial City, Sahara, Hacienda, Westward Ho!, Castaways, Lady Luck, Boardwalk, Elvis-a-rama, and the Star Trek Museum.
Number of Pages: 400
Genre: Photography, Architecture, History
Series Title: Then and Now
Publisher: Trafalgar Square
Street Date: January 1, 2018
Item Number (DPCI): 248-59-0490
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