Reeder’s Creamery, 1960s
Oh What A Paradise It Seems. | 🥃
Las Vegas, 1942. Population 20,000. Photos by Peter Stackpole.
“Most brightly lighted small-town thoroughfare in the U.S. is the boast of Las Vegas’ Fremont St. The gambling casinos, bars and hotels whose neon signs glitter on both sides of this street are open all around the clock, working three shifts like defense plants” – LIFE 12/21/42
Kim Novak, 1955.
Untitled, Photo by William Eggleston, 1970s
“Robbery attempt in cafe in Inglewood, 30 December 1957.”