by Jonathon Kimbrell June 30, 2016

Las Vegas has certainly morphed and changed over the century since it was first established in 1905, and even more so when the city legalized gambling in the 1930s. In this day and age, things happen and change so fast one can blink and miss what's going on. But, thanks to the internet age and an awesome website called vintagelasvegas.com, you can now time travel to the golden era of 'the casino capital of the world' and check out some really cool photos of Vegas from a long time ago.

Be warned though, you'll spend hours browsing through all of the great photos, film clips and history this site has to offer, and wish someone will eventually invent that time machine you've been hoping for.

Photo: Edward N. Edstrom, 1952 (Public Domain.) Top photo: vintagelasvegas.com





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