Marilyn Gubler, Director
Marilyn Gubler, and her family, settled in Las Vegas in 1939 to realize their dream of putting down roots in the mysterious Mojave Desert. She and her family are real Las Vegas pioneers who started the first radio station in the Las Vegas Valley (KENO). Maxwell and Laura Belle Kelch are listed in Las Vegas history books among the most important early citizens.
Scott Gardner, Director
Scott Gardner has spent most of his life in Las Vegas and has called it home for several decades. Although he is not nearly as rooted in Las Vegas as Mrs. Gubler, he takes just as much pride in his city. Mr. Gardner currently directs the day-to-day operations of the Classic Las Vegas Archive and is responsible for its web development.
Dr. Michael Green, Secretary
Dr. Michael Green has a Bachelor of Arts and a Master’s of Arts from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and a Ph.D. in history from Columbia University. Dr. Green is the author of numerous books and scholarly and popular articles on Nevada, Las Vegas and gaming history and politics. Dr. Green was a researcher and consultant for the City of Las Vegas mob museum.
Samuel Culotta, Treasurer
Samuel Culotta has twenty-five years of Bank Executive experience. Mr. Culotta is a long-time Las Vegan who has called Las Vegas home for several decades.