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A set-up scene at the Sahara Hotel pool June 1, 1953. (Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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A scene at the Sahara swimming pool with sun bathers and a waitress August 20, 1954. (Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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From left, Cary Grant and his wife Betsy Drake, Ray Bolger and Grace Kelly are seen at the Sahara in Las Vegas April 11, 1955. (Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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Yul Brynner, star of the New York stage play “The King and I,” and wife Virginia Gilmore at the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas May 31, 1955. Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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Cuban band leader Pérez Prado, also known as the "King of the Mambo," at the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada on July 24, 1956. (Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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Louis Prima, Keely Smith and Elvis Presley pose for a photo at the Sahara May 28, 1960. (Milt Palmer/Las Vegas News Bureau )Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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10/19/61 Construction on a new pool area at the Sahara is seen October 19, 1961. (Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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Table games are seen on the Sahara casino floor June 11, 1963. (Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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This is a photo from a rehearsal of the "Dolls a Go Go" show in the Casbar Lounge at the Sahara Monday, January 16, 1967. (Don English/Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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Showgirls perform during the "Mad Mod World" production show at the Sahara July 18, 1967. (Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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Flip Wilson rides a tricycle outside of the Sahara March 18, 1970. (Wolf Wergin/Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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The Sahara Hotel Casino is seen at dusk February 15, 1971. (Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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Jim Nabors is seen backstage at the Sahara with singer and friend Kay Starr in Las Vegas February 16, 1972. (Joe Buck/Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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Charo performs on stage at the Sahara in Las Vegas August 31,1974. (Gary Angel/Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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Don Rickles performs at the Sahara July 7, 1977. (Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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From left, Frank Sinatra, unknown, Flip Wilson, Barbara Sinatra, Tina Sinatra and Frank Sinatra Jr. are seen July 27, 1980 at the Sahara in Las Vegas. (Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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From left, Tom Smothers, George Burns, Carol Channing and Robert Goulet celebrate Burns' 80th birthday at the Sahara in Las Vegas February 17, 1983. (Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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From left, comedian Slappy White, Bon Jovi keyboardist David Bryan, Jon Bon Jovi, comedian Redd Foxx and unidentified are seen Thursday, February 18, 1988 in the Congo Room at the Sahara. (Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme and Jerry Lewis perform during the MDA Telethon at the Sahara September 6, 1993. (Darrin Bush/Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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The Sahara Hotel is seen with the Las Vegas Park horse track in the background, February 12, 1963. (Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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Sugar Ray Robinson poses for a photo in his dressing room at the Sahara February 4, 1953. (Las Vegas News Bureau)Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU
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As the SLS changes its name and transitions back into the Sahara, the Las Vegas News Bureau is taking a look back as the property evolved, as well as some of the stars who visited or performed there over the years.Photo by: LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU