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Interview of Mrs. Esther Taylor by local Las vegas teens. The interviews provide a glimpse into the lives and times of African-Americans in Las Vegas during the 1950s through the 1970s. Esther Taylor moved from Louisiana as a young woman with her husband in 1951. She worked as a Power Room attneded at the Mint Casino owned by Sam Boyd and Gil Gilbert. Interview was conducted by Pa'Tina Horner, Stan Armstrong and Lanyard Williams. Reverend Jesse Scott was one of ten (10) children born in Ethel Louisiana in 1920. He moved to Las Vegas in 1970. He has two (2) boys and eight (8) grand kids. he currently is the Associate Minister of Second Baptist Church in Las Vegas. Interview was conducted by Darelle Davis.

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Interview of Mrs. Esther Taylor by local Las vegas teens. The interviews provide a glimpse into the lives and times of African-Americans in Las Vegas during the 1950s through the 1970s. Esther Taylor moved from Louisiana as a young woman with her husband in 1951. She worked as a Power Room attneded at the Mint Casino owned by Sam Boyd and Gil Gilbert. Interview was conducted by Pa'Tina Horner, Stan Armstrong and Lanyard Williams. Reverend Jesse Scott was one of ten (10) children born in Ethel Louisiana in 1920. He moved to Las Vegas in 1970. He has two (2) boys and eight (8) grand kids. he currently is the Associate Minister of Second Baptist Church in Las Vegas. Interview was conducted by Darelle Davis.

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