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Sources: WWII: Impact on Nevada’s Gambling

Nevada State Journal, “Washoe County Fiscal Receipts Total Nearly Three Million,” July 30, 1944.

Nevada State Journal, “White House Seeks Extra War Workmen,” Nov. 21, 1944.

Nevada State Journal, “Midnight Closing Order Stirs Consternation Here,” Feb. 20, 1945.

Nevada State Journal, “Bright Spots Closed Doors at Midnight,” Feb. 27, 1945.

Nevada State Journal, “Manpower Commissioner Asks Aid in Checking the Black Out,” March 7, 1945.

Reno Evening Gazette, “Race Tracks Close Throughout Nation,” Jan. 3, 1945.

Reno Evening Gazette, “300 Bartenders and Dealers told to Work in War,” Feb. 6, 1945.

Reno Evening Gazette, “Curfew Enforcement to Manpower Board,” Feb. 22, 1945.

Reno Evening Gazette, “Ban Removed on Horse Racing Throughout U.S.,” May 9, 1945.

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