Tudor house built in 1932. It was originally the home of Harley A. Harmon (first city clerk; then elected District Attorney). The house was later sold to John Kell (J. Kell) Houssels, Jr. (1998), a successful casino operator. The house was originally located at 1012 S. Sixth Street. It was moved to the UNLV campus in 1983.
Located on Brussels Street on the UNLV campus in Paradise, Nevada.
Denotes American Gaming Association Hall of Fame year of induction.