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Early Families of Las Vegas



On Thursday, March 5th join us as we look back at Early Families of Las Vegas.

We will shine a spotlight on the families that helped build and nuture Las Vegas from 1905 through the Great Depression.

It will be a great night of history and memories so we hope you will join us and our panelists:

Paul Carson - local historian with a great deal of knowledge on the family of Helen J. Stewart.

June Eddins - her family had a business on Fremont Street

Bill Gildner -his family arrived in the throes of the Great Depression

Don Payne - local historian


Las Vegas Springs Preserve

Desert Learning Center

7:00 pm

$12 admission

We hope to see you there!

Posted on Tuesday, March 3, 2009 at 5:05PM by Registered CommenterLasVegasLynn in | Comments1 Comment

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Talk about your early memories, My dad was the manager of Sewells Store on the corner of 3rd.and Fremont from 1940 to the time it was closed. Everyone in town new ARCHIE IMMING at Sewells grocery. I sacked groceries there at 11 years of age. WHAT A TOWN
July 23, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJim Imming

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