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  • Las Vegas held a winning hand of casinos in this classic, mid-20th century photo of Fremont Street. With a pulp-fiction ambiance, some of these legendary gambling havens have remained becaming fixtures on the current, neon-emblazoned boulevard. Formerly housing a mining camp, Fremont was the city’s first paved street, was home to the first gaming license, had the city’s first high rise, the Horseshoe was the first carpeted casino, and the Golden Nugget was the first building designed specifically for gambling.
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