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Quick Fact – In Observance


April 14, 2017December 13, 2019No comments

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1939

Las Vegas gambling houses and saloons were shut for three hours in observance of Good Friday, at the request of the local churches. It was the first time in the Nevada city’s history that such closures occurred for a day of religious significance.

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