Oral history interviews with Morris B. “Moe” Dalitz conducted by Brenda Baxter in 1977 and 1978 for the Southern Nevada Jewish Heritage Project. In these interviews, Dalitz discusses his upbringing and military service prior to entering the nightclub and casino industry. He then discusses his arrival in Las Vegas, Nevada and partnership with Wilbur Clark at the Desert Inn. He describes the process by which he purchased land for a golf course behind the Desert Inn, and the impacts of desert water rights on the development of the golf course. He then discusses his involvement with The Stardust, segregation policies, skimming and corruption among Las Vegas hotels and casinos, and future plans for a hotel and casino in Downtown Las Vegas.