Address : number 2 state line, Crystal Bay, Nevada.
Casino and holiday resort on the side of Tahoe Lake, which name comes from its location on horseback between California and Nevada.
Because the Nevada laws allow the gambling, contrary to the California ones, the gambling tables were arranged in the rooms located in the part of the lagging built on the Nevada ground.
The building belonged to Frank Sinatra from 1960 to 1963 (;;).
In 1960, Paul Skinny D'Amato, former manager of the "Thunderbird", in
Cuba, owned by Sam
a Mob boss, ran this establishment.
Link with Marilyn
Week-end of July 27 to 29, 1962 :
The Nevada Gaming Commission, having proved the presence of Sam Giancana at the Cal-Neva, later removed Frank Sinatra's gaming license.
Thanks to Special Collection Department, University of Nevada, Reno.