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On this day in history June 20, 1947: Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel, the man who brought organized crime to the West Coast and helped turn Las Vegas from a desert town to a location in the desert for glitz and glamour with the Flamingo Hotel, is shot and killed at his mistress Virginia Hill’s home in Beverly Hills, California. Siegel had been talking to his associate Allen Smiley when three b...

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The Flamingo Hotel welcomes The Ancient and Honerable Society of Atom Bomb Watchers (Carl Mydans. 1952)

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