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Children and lemonade stand in Las Vegas, 1932

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  • Children
  • Lemonade Stands
  • Trees
  • People
  • City & Town Life


Left to right: Paul Harrington, Leslie H. Smith, John Harrington, Dorothy Snider and Vincent Harrington around a lemonade stand in the summer of 1932. Two automobiles in the background. The children are on the west side of the 500 block of Second Street with a row of the railroad cottages on the opposite side of the street. Leslie H. Smith was born in Las Vegas in 1927 and lived at 624 South 6th Street. Sixty-four railroad cottages were built by the Las Vegas Land and Water Company for employees of the San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad.

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