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UNLV Special Collections
Special Collections exhibit Built takes a wide look at what makes Las Vegas, Las Vegas.
Seeing the African-American enclave through the lens of photographer Clinton Wright
Jubilee!, the last of the classic showgirl shows will soon be no more. Go behind the scenes of the Strip's most celebrated stages in the entertainment archives of the UNLV Libraries.
One of this year's Calvert Award winners for undergraduate researchers on how to avoid getting overwhelmed by massive amounts of research materials.
When did society start linking problem gambling to the concept of addiction? Medical historian Celeste Chamberland discusses the origins in the May 14 Eadington Fellows lecture.
The vast archives within University Libraries preserve the history of the now-shuttered casino. Su Kim Chung, head of special collections public services, offers a peek inside.
Lied Library Exhibit (May through October) and panel event (May 17) explores translation of large-scale productions ‘Lido de Paris’ and ‘Folies Bergère' from Parisian stage to Las Vegas Strip.
Researcher digs into the early treatises in UNLV's Special Collections to discover how the culture of gambling shaped Renaissance Rome.
The Oral History Research Center ensures the stories of yesterday will be here for our community tomorrow.
Historian Laurie Arnold dove into UNLV Libraries documents to learn how Native American leaders collaborated to overcome the obstacles in bringing tribal gaming to their communities.
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Multimedia: UNLV Special Collections
Take a look at the sequins and ostrich feathers inside the entertainment collections in UNLV Libraries. The historical archives take you behind the scenes of the Strip's most celebrated stages.
A new UNLV Libraries collection chronicles the glitzy and outlandish personality of Las Vegas through its showgirls-on-ice spectacles.
A look back on the buildings that once graced Las Vegas Boulevard and the ones that still stand today.