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Downtown, Historical Look

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by franknic, Dec 7, 2015.

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  1. franknic

    franknic Low-Roller

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    If you would like to research downtown, this site is an excellent tool. Looking at the Mint other day and came across this entry - - "The casino had 300 slot machines, a Keno game and other table games. There were two dining areas, two bars, a gift shop, a tobacco shop, and a barbershop.The manager of the Mint was Sam Boyd, who would go on in later years to found Boyd Gaming. "

    Can search by name of address. Good stuff for history buffs

    http://over50vegas.com/Las_Vegas_History_.html
     
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    Thanks for sharing this franknic! I love reading about historical vegas, and many books and sites do not have details about individual places like this website does. Another time suck for me :evillaugh
     
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