Pair-O-Dice opened in 1931.
Became Ambassador Night Club in 1936.
Became 91 Club in 1939.
Hotel Last Frontier opened on October 30, 1942.
A new casino is built and renamed New Frontier in 1955.
Hotel Last Frontier is demolished in 1966.
A 7-story hotel tower is built in 1967.
A second 7-story hotel tower is built in 1967.
Became The Frontier in 1967.
Atrium Tower is built in 1989.
Became New Frontier in 1998.
Closed on July 16, 2007.
Imploded in 2007.
New Frontier associated with: Phil Ruffin.
The Frontier associated with: Guy McAfee, Anthony Joseph Zerilli, Michael Polizzi, Steve Wynn (2006), Howard Hughes, Burton Cohen (1995), Siegfried & Roy (1998), Margaret Elardi.
91 Club associated with: Guy McAfee.
Pair-O-Dice associated with: Guy McAfee.
Second Resort on the Las Vegas Strip.
In 1944, Liberace makes his Las Vegas debut at the Hotel Last Frontier.
In 1956, Elvis Presley makes his Las Vegas debut at the New Frontier.
On January 14, 1970, Diana Ross makes her final appearance with The Supremes at the Frontier.
On September 21, 1991, the Culinary Workers Union 226, Bartenders 165, Teamsters 995, Operating Engineers 501, and Carpenters 1780 staged a strike against the Frontier. The strike ended on February 1, 1998.
Proposed casino resort on the land: Alon Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Plaza, Montreux Resort.
The far west section of the land is currently occupied by Trump International Hotel Las Vegas.
Was located on an All-American Road (2000) and a Nevada Scenic Byway (1995).
Was located at 3120 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Paradise, Nevada.
Denotes American Gaming Association Hall of Fame year of induction.