Your History: Very Vintage Vegas, Baby

December 22nd, 2007 @ 6:22 pm by Cliffe | Sorted Links To The Past |
Let’s take this slow holiday weekend to explore outside of Seattle, shall we? Uncle Jack Levine is running the Very Vintage Vegas<
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being an even younger city than Seattle. As he writes on his site, the 1950′s are considered “old” in Las Vegas. Jack is a realtor who has helped people find vintage (and other) housing in Vegas for the past 17 years.
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There’s also a great feature on the blog highlighting the worst MLS listing photographs and is it hilarious. Didi also posted regarding this dolphin shower curtain shot that had me in stiches. Just awesome. Give Jack’s Blog a click.
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And just to illustrate how young Vegas is, take a look at this city panorama from 1910.
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In 1911, the city had just 800 residents.
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That’s some serious growth in a relatively short amount of time.
Panoramic photograph of Las Vegas, Nevada. Circa 1910. Image courtesy Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

3 Responses to “Your History: Very Vintage Vegas, Baby”

  1. Didi says:

    Wow, that 1910 shot is virtually nothing. This reminds me of a comment Jack once made on my blog a while back that you might find hilarious. He said: “Vintage goes back only to the 50′s for the most part in Vegas. If I had to cover 150 years of vintage, I’d NEVER get anything else done besides blogging.” LOL!
    I guess you and I weren’t so lucky Cliffe since we have well over a hundred years in our respective city ‘s histories to blog about.

    So, find that shower curtain on Ebay yet?

  2. Cliffe says:

    Ya, I found one here on Ebay. Don’t outbid me!


  3. Didi says:

    Very similar to the one on Jack’s site. The auction ends on Sunday. Don’t worry though, it’s all yours, Cliffe. I will let you win the auction as a belated Christmas gift.

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