The Harrah’s Entertainment, Inc. Photograph Collection contains black-and-white and color photographic prints, negatives, postcards, and slides of William "Bill" Harrah at events in Nevada between approximately 1930 and 1991. Also included are views of Harrah’s Nevada properties including Harrah’s Lake Tahoe Hotel and Casino, Harrah’s Reno Hotel and Casino, and the Holiday Inn Hotel and Casino (that later became Harrah’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino).
The William White Postcard Collection (approximately 1930-1940) consists of three postcards depicting the Hoover Dam (Boulder Dam) on the border of Nevada and Arizona. One postcard showcases Oskar J. W. Hansen’s “Figures of the Republic” sculptures near the Hoover Dam. Another postcard displays an interior view of the visitor’s gallery at the Hoover Dam. The final postcard depicts the Hoover Dam at sunset.
The Blanche Zucker-Bozarth Photograph Collection contains black-and-white and color photographic prints, negatives, and slides of Blanche Zucker-Bozarth between approximately 1980 and 2000. These images depict Zucker-Bozarth attending University Library Society gatherings at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), community fundraisers and events, and award ceremonies. During University Library Society gatherings, Zucker-Bozarth is seen with UNLV Libraries and campus-level administrative faculty and associates. The collection also contains Zucker-Bozarth attending events for the WE CAN (Working to Eliminate Child Abuse and Neglect) Fundraiser and the President’s Child Safety Partnership. Other photographs include Zucker-Bozarth holding the Chicago Award, Zucker-Bozarth posed with Mesquite Club members, and various individuals in Las Vegas and Carson City, Nevada.
The Katherine Hoenig Arai Photograph Collection dates from 1941 to 1942, and contains black-and-white photographic prints of the owner and founder of the El Rancho Vegas, Thomas E. Hull and his wife Jerry. Images depict the Hulls posing inside and out in front of the hotel shortly after its opening, as well as a and also a portrait of Hull.
The Breck Wall Photograph Collection, approximately 1960 to 1980, consists of black-and-white photographic prints depicting comedian and entertainer, Breck Wall, and other cast members of the comedy revue, “Bottom’s Up!” in Las Vegas, Nevada. Images include scenes from sketches performed on the show, group shots of the cast members off-set, and portraits of Wall.
The Claudine Williams Photograph Collection (approximately 2007-2009) consists of nine optical disks containing ninety-eight digital surrogate images dating between 1940 and 2000. The images primarily portray Claudine Williams in publicity images for various hotel and casinos Williams and her husband owned alongside prominent individuals, including Dean Martin, Hillary and Bill Clinton, and Robert Reich. Other images depict Williams in her youth and with her family members. Additional materials include images of Williams’ business cards, articles in various Las Vegas and Nevada magazines and newspapers on Williams, and images of properties Williams operated.
The Dottie Dee Dancers Photograph Collection (approximately 1940-2008) consists of black-and-white photographic reprints of the La Bard Dancers and the Dottie Dee Dancers at the El Rancho in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Nevada American Society of Landscape Architects Photograph Collection (2001) consists of color photographic prints. The images depict chapter members and leaders at events including the Pink Flamingo Awards Banquet at the Flamingo Hilton and at a lecture series at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Architecture. Other images document strategic planning committee meetings.
The Greg Clemens Photograph Collection contains ten black-and-white contact sheets depicting aerial views of Las Vegas, Nevada in 1965. The contact sheets contain approximately eighty-two images showing views of McCarran International Airport, the Las Vegas Convention Center, downtown Las Vegas, and residential neighborhoods.