Back in 2011 and 2015, a donor took photographs of the closings of both the Sahara.

 (now the SLS) and the Riviera (currently a parking lot), which he later donated to the museum. The Neon Museum is now the home of this Sahara sign as well as 18 signs from the Riviera. 

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