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Atomic Tourism in 1950s Las Vegas

The atomic tests were a huge crowd draw and inspired pop-culture

A poster with schedule and ticket price for viewing the Atomic tests.

In the 1920’s Las Vegas was not the same flashy tourist magnet that it is today. The economic bust and disillusionment from failures at social reform led to a population decline of nearly one-fourth. Nevada had degenerated into a “beautiful desert of buried

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