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Sources: Reno Mobsters’ Bank Club Breaks Gambling Law

Nevada State Journal, “16 Men Held in S.F. Raids,” Dec. 5, 1940.

Nevada State Journal, “Eight Charged in Operation of Race News,” Dec. 21, 1940.

Nevada State Journal, “2 Reno Clubs Given Orders,” Dec. 22, 1940.

Nevada State Journal, “Defense Moves Argued Here,” April 24, 1941.

Nevada State Journal, “Case Submitted to Court in Reno,” April 25, 1941.

Nevada State Journal, “Court Drops Racing Charge,” May 1, 1941.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Racing Results Sent From Reno on to Coast, Claimed,” Dec. 20, 1940.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Reno Race Betting is Closed While Hearing on Charges is Pending; California Raids,” Dec. 23, 1940.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Bookmaking Becomes Legal Today,” March 17, 1941.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Arguments Heard in Horse Race Case,” April 24, 1941.

“Teleflash: A Philco Cable Radio System Launched in 1936,”