UNLV Digital Collections
The story of Las Vegas' African American community embraces a migration of people who brought distinct experiences and made countless contributions that influenced the evolution of Southern Nevada.
Today, their stories and historical evidence dwell in disparate places and pieces. It is the goal of the LSTA grant-funded project, …
A partnership between the University Libraries, the Consolidated Students of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (CSUN), and the Graduate & Professional Student Association (GPSA) to provide online, full text access to the UNLV student newspaper, The Rebel Yell. Print copies are held in Special Collections and current editions are …
Charles S. Saladino II was a highly respected landscape architect who worked on several public service projects while also leading the fight to gain professional recognition for landscape architects.This collection was donated in 2009 by the Saladino family. For more information on the collection, please contact the Architecture Studies …
In the early 1960s, the Rat Pack made Las Vegas--and the Sands Casino--an all-day party. This exhibit features photos of Dean Martin and the Rat Pack in action.
This project draws exclusively from the architectural collections of UNLV Libraries Special Collections. These consist primarily of sets of architectural drawings and renderings from the offices of the two major hotel architects working in Las Vegas from 1954 to the 1980s: Martin Stern, Jr., and Homer Rissman. Stern’s drawings were …
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