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Title details for Interview with Mr. Travis Williams and Mrs. Althia Taylor by Las Vegas - Clark County Library District - Wait list
Travis Williams moved from Louisiana to Las Vegas with his brothers and sister. He was a kitchen supervisor at the Riviera for 17 years. Also, he was one of the founding members of the New Jerusalem church. Althia Taylor was raised in West Las Vegas and her father owned Johnson's Malt Shop. As a young woman she became a letter carrier for the post office and served many years.

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Travis Williams moved from Louisiana to Las Vegas with his brothers and sister. He was a kitchen supervisor at the Riviera for 17 years. Also, he was one of the founding members of the New Jerusalem church. Althia Taylor was raised in West Las Vegas and her father owned Johnson's Malt Shop. As a young woman she became a letter carrier for the post office and served many years.

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