La Siesta Motel No.2
Title:
La Siesta Motel No.2
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused


Passageway to West Wing, La Posada, Fred Harvey Hotel
Title:
Passageway to West Wing, La Posada, Fred Harvey Hotel
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Divided Back PM 1935 Jan-21



Motel Town House
Title:
Motel Town House
WInslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused


Tonto Rim Motel, 1900 W. 66 Hi-Way
Title:
Tonto Rim Motel, 1900 W. 66 Hi-Way
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
L. R. Callender Kitchenettes, T.V., Air-conditioned, restaurants adjacent. Dexter Press, Inc.



Motel Town House
Title:
Motel Town House
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome PM 1967 Mar-3

Description:
P.O. Box 986, U.S. 66 West edge of Winslow, Ariz. 56 Beautiful Units. Refrigerated air conditioning and thermostatically controlled heat, U.S. Koylon Luxury beds. Phone 289-4611


Valley National Bank
Title:
Valley National Bank
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Mashek & Zeigler One of the finest small bank buildings, combines modern design with ancient Indian culture. With walls of native Moencapi red sandstone accented by decorative Indian designs, the structure appropriately fits into the Winslow setting at the entrance to the Indian Country and Painted Desert.



Gabrielle's Kitchen
Title:
Gabrielle's Kitchen
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Tom Reed House of Good Food - Curio Shop. 8 Blocks East of Winslow on Highway Route 66. Mr. & Mrs. W.H. Hunt, Owners.


La Siesta Motel
Title:
La Siesta Motel
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Linen PM Aug-10

Description:
208 W. 2nd Street



Marble Motel
Title:
Marble Motel
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome PM 1958 Jul-02

Description:
On westbound US 66, 512 East Third Street


Western Motel
Title:
Western Motel
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
500 E. Second Street. 31 units, 19 refrigerated, tiled combination baths, 12 air conditioned with tile showers, recommended by tour



The Western Motel in Winslow, Arizona
Title:
The Western Motel in Winslow, Arizona
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
500 E. Second Street, Winslow, Ariz. 31 units, 19 refrigerated; tiled combination baths. 12 air conditioned with tile showers. Recommended by tour. Mgrs. Lucille Howe and Lily Stiles


Meteor Crater Museum
Title:
Meteor Crater Museum
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Meteor Crater Museum, on the rim of the great Arizona Crater houses a collection of meteorites, meteoritic displays and northern Arizona's largest collection of minerals. A continuous lecture gives full explanation of the Crater's origin



LZ Motel
Title:
LZ Motel
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome PM 1959 Jun-22

Description:
Tom Reed On Highway Route 66, East End of Winslow, Arizona. 21 units - refrigeration - automatic heat - wall to wall carpeting - TV - heated swimming pool - good restaurants nearby. Telephone 252


Greetings From Winslow, Arizona Motel Town House
Title:
Greetings From Winslow, Arizona Motel Town House
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome PM 1962 Jun-20

Description:
Motel Town House U.S. 66 West edge of Winslow, Arizona Refrigerated air conditioning and thermostatically controlled heat, U.S. Koylon Luxury beds. Phone 289-3376



Winslow Newest Travelodge
Title:
Winslow Newest Travelodge
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Heated swimming pool. Free television, refrigerated air, room phones, inn room coffee, 29 units - restaurant across street


Entre Restaurant & Motel Inc.,, Interstate 40
Title:
Entre Restaurant & Motel Inc.,, Interstate 40
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Chinese & American Food, Famous Broiled Lobster, Steaks. Prime Rib - Lounge, Live Music, Package Liquor & Gift Shop - 40 Units: Family Units, King Size Beds, Doubles & Singles, Direct Dial Phones, Swimming Pool, HBO Color TV, AM/FM Radio - Laundromat & Apartments.



Winslow Travel Lodge, 1216 East Third Street
Title:
Winslow Travel Lodge, 1216 East Third Street
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
On Highway Route 66 East - Color T. V.; Guest Dial Phones; Air Conditioned; fine Restaurant Across Street


Downtown Street Scene East on US Hwy. 66 from Center of City
Title:
Downtown Street Scene East on US Hwy. 66 from Center of City
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Real Photo PM 1946 Aug-7



La Posada, Fred Harvey Hotel
Title:
La Posada, Fred Harvey Hotel
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Linen unused

Description:
La Posada, the Fred Harvey Hotel at Winslow, is built in the low, rambling style introduced into the Southwest by the early Spanish immigrants. Its decorations are in the primitive Mexican manner, painted freehand directly on the stucco walls.


La Posada, Fred Harvey Hotel
Title:
La Posada, Fred Harvey Hotel
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Linen unused

Description:
La Posada, the Fred Harvey Hotel at Winslow, is built in the low, rambling style introduced into the Southwest by the early Spanish immigrants. Its decorations are in the primitive Mexican manner, painted freehand directly on the stucco walls



Meteor Crater
Title:
Meteor Crater
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused

Description:
Looking into Meteor Crater from Footpath on Rim


Meteor Crater
Title:
Meteor Crater
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused

Description:
The grave of Arizona's giant meteor. Width 4150 ft. Dept 600 ft. Official entrance on US 66 at Meteor, Arizona



Government Irrigation Testing Station
Title:
Government Irrigation Testing Station
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Divided Back unused

Description:
Among the most important works undertaken by the United States government is that of the reclamation of the arid and semi-arid lands of the Southwest mountain country. The results of this work is already great, and its possibilities are almost unlimited. Winslow is a point of departure for the Hopi pueblos in the north. Altitude 4,848 feet Fred Harvey


Route 66 Eastbound in Winslow
Title:
Route 66 Eastbound in Winslow
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Altitude 4856 ft. This view shows US Route 66 eastbound, through the main business district. The painted desert lies approximately 60 miles to the east; Arizona's Grand Canyon National Park is about 150 miles to the west. Monument Valley and Indian Reservations directly to the north



La Posada, Fred Harvey Hotel
Title:
La Posada, Fred Harvey Hotel
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Linen unused

Description:
Built in a low, rambling style introduced into the Southwest by the early Spanish immigrants. Its decorations are in the primitive Mexican manner, painted freehand directly on the stucco walls


Winslow Travel Lodge
Title:
Winslow Travel Lodge
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 129577 On Highway Route 66 East - Color T.V.; Guest Dial Phones; Air Conditioned; Fine Restaurant Across Street



Greetings From Winslow
Title:
Greetings From Winslow
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Linen unused

Description:
Winslow, Arizona, was the terminus of the present Santa Fe Ry. more than 50 years ago as the line pressed westward. It is still an important division point as well as having a landing field fro transcontinental planes, and is a busy modern little city. Winslow is a gateway to the Navajo Reservation and the Hopi villages which are easily reached from here.


Meteorite Crater
Title:
Meteorite Crater
Winslow Arizona (AZ), White Border unused



Meteor Crater between Flagstaff and Winslow
Title:
Meteor Crater between Flagstaff and Winslow
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Linen unused

Description:
This crater was formed by the falling of an immense meteor which threw out over 300,000,000 tons of debris. It is 700 feet deep and three miles in circumference. The meteor is estimated to weigh 5,000,000 tons and is composed of iron, nickel, platinum, and other rare materials. The crater is easily accessible to visitors


Meteor Crater between Flagstaff and Winslow
Title:
Meteor Crater between Flagstaff and Winslow
Winslow Arizona (AZ), Linen unused

Description:
METEOR CRATER, SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 66, BETWEEN WINSLOW AND FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ. This crater was formed by the falling of an immense meteor which threw out over 300,000,000 tons of debris. It is 700 feet deep and three miles in circumference. The meteor is estimated to weigh 5,000,000 tons and is composed of iron, nickel, platinum, and other rare materials. The crater is easily accessible to visitors





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