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Sources: War Disables Nevada Tango Club Owners, In the U.S., Japanese Americans Relocated During World War II, 1942-1946.

Fuller’s Index Plus: A Compilation of State, County, and City Gaming Records 1927-2013, LFB Enterprises Inc., April 2017 (revised).

Nevada State Journal, Ad for Reno Club, Inc., Oct. 4, 1931.

Nevada State Journal, “Harrah Will Open New Bingo Parlor in Reno Tonight,” May 15, 1942.

Nevada State Journal, “Japan Peace Treaty Figures in Action Over Bingo Parlor,” Sept. 7, 1946.

Nevada State Journal, “Decision of Supreme Court in Bingo Parlor Lease Case May be Sought,” Sept. 25, 1946.

Nevada State Journal, “Supreme Court Sends Club Lease Suit Back to Washoe Judge; Japanese Win Case,” July 16, 1947.

Nevada State Journal, “Harrah Named Co-Defendant in Bingo Suit,” Sept. 25, 1947.

Nevada State Journal, “Testimony on Complicated Bingo Club Lease is Taken,” Feb. 12, 1948.

Nevada State Journal, “Bingo Club Suit Won by Japanese,” Feb. 14, 1948.

Nevada State Journal, “Court Suit Settled in Reno Last Week Ends Case Involving First Bingo Game in Nevada, Plus Japanese Peace Treaty,” May 25, 1952.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), Ad for Harrah’s Bingo Club, May 14, 1942.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Supreme Court Denies Appeal in Club Lease,” June 28, 1948.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), Ad for Reno Club, Inc. Re-Opening, Nov. 4, 1948.

William Fisk Harrah: The Life and Times of Gambling Magnate, by Leon Mandel, Doubleday & Co. Inc.: New York, 1982.