Arriving in Las Vegas in 1963.

The Welcome to Las Vegas sign, south end of the desolate Las Vegas Strip, 1963 old photo.

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. You can find chips from these casinos at www.all-chips.com

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

Las Vegas, December 1982. Imperial Palace, Flamingo and a De Tomaso Pantera. Photo by Chris B

vintagelasvegas: “ Las Vegas, December Imperial Palace, Flamingo and a De Tomaso Pantera. Photo by Chris B ”

Four Corners

Las Vegas Strip's "Four Corners" c. The strip at Flamingo Rd, with Desert Inn (now Bellagio) in the lower left, Barbary Coast under construction in the center, Flamingo Capri's Imperial Tower visible rear right, and Galaxy Motel on the lower right.

Ceasar's Palace construction, in Las Vegas, circa 1965.

Vintage Las Vegas - Caesars Palace under construction, 1964 photo.opening day august JAY SARNO WAS A GENIUS IN VEGAS. I belive Steve Wynn got some of his ideas from Sarno. Wynn stayed at casino opening night. Just my opinion

The Las Vegas Strip in mid-transformation at the end of the century (1999): The Desert Inn, Frontier, and Stardust are still in business, and the Venetian just opened.

Las Vegas Strip, 1999 – mid-transformation at the end of the century. Desert Inn, Frontier and Stardust still in business. The Venetian newly opened.

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