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Silver Slipper


Silver Slipper

Silver Slipper

Silver Slipper

Silver Slipper

Silver Slipper Parking Sign
The Silver Slipper free parking sign was relocated to Beatty, Nevada in 1968. In 2018, a heavy wind gust knocked over and destroyed the sign. "I'd hope so" by Bryan Allison is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.

Silver Slipper
The sign is currently located near the intersection of North Las Vegas Boulevard and East McWilliams Avenue.

Silver Slipper
Photograph of the Silver Slipper electric sign in front of the Young Electric Sign Company (Las Vegas), 1958. Young Electric Sign Company (YESCO) Collection. UNLV Libraries Special Collections & Archives.

Opened in 1950 as the Golden Slipper Saloon and Gambling Hall. Closed on November 28, 1988. Demolished in 1988.

Architect: Martin Stern, Jr.

On April 3 1964, the State Gaming Control Board shut down the casino on a dice cheating charge.

On May 16, 1978, high winds damaged the Silver Slipper sign.

Silver Slipper associated with: Thomas Young, Sr. (1998), Howard Hughes, Claudine Williams (1992).

Was located at 3100 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Paradise, Nevada.

Denotes American Gaming Association Hall of Fame year of induction.