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May 31, 2016
“Zelzah Shrine Center”
Photograph by Ginger Bruner
If you’ve ever been to a parade and seen fez-adorned large men in tiny cars, you’ve seen a Shriner. The Las Vegas outpost for this charitable organization is located on Eastern Avenue, just north of Sahara, and has a statue of a Shriner holding a child. For history of the Shriners and the origins of the “Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children” network, please visit or friends at Wikipedia.
“Our Las Vegas” lead photographer Ginger Bruner likes a good fez.
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