Greetings from Grants
Title:
Greetings from Grants
Grants New Mexico (NM), Linen

Description:
Curteich


Stuckey's Pecan Shoppe #99
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Stuckey's Pecan Shoppe #99
Grants New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



Santa Fe Street
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Santa Fe Street
Grants New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


New Mexico Museum of Mining
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New Mexico Museum of Mining
Grants New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
New Mexico Museum of Mining, where visitors are conducted to an underground tour of "Section 26" by a former miner. Visitors descend the mine "shaft" in an elevator known as "the cage." The museum is located on the corner of West Santa Fe and Iron on the main thoroughfare of Grants, New Mexico. Photo by Lee Marmon McGrew Color Graphics



TraveLodge Grants
Title:
TraveLodge Grants
Grants New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
TRAVELODGE GRANTS 1204 E. Santa Fe Ave. Grants, New Mexico 87020 (505) 287-2991 For the Best Rest, East or West - Electric Heat Refrigerated Air Conditioning - Color TV in all rooms - Heated Pool - Room Phones - Most Major Credit Cards Honored


U. S. 66 in New Mexico
Title:
U. S. 66 in New Mexico
Grants New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1964 Oct-15

Description:
Scenic Highway Route 66 near Grants, New Mexico



Mt. Taylor, U. S. 66
Title:
Mt. Taylor, U. S. 66
Grants New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
near Grants, New Mexico. Mt. Taylor is located in the San Mateo Range, was named for President Zachary Taylor, altitude 11,000 ft. Each spring, Pueblo Indians ascend to the top to invoke the Rain Gods


Grants Station, 200 West Santa Fe
Title:
Grants Station, 200 West Santa Fe
Grants New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Open seven days a week. Located on historic Highway Route 66 in downtown Grants. NM Easy access from interstate 40. A unique dining spot that highlights the local history of trains, with a large caboose in the parking lot. The restaurant features large portions, reminiscent of the way early crews were fed. They feature the foods of New Mexico, as well as traditional Breakfast, Lunch and Dinners. Prices are very affordable.



Starlite Cafeteria and Cocktail Lounge
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Starlite Cafeteria and Cocktail Lounge
Grants New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Grants Motor Lodge, On U.S. Highway 66
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Grants Motor Lodge, On U.S. Highway 66
Grants New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Grants Motor Lodge, 16 Modern Units - Wall to Wall Carpeting, Ranch Style Furniture - Inner Spring Mattresses, Elevation 6500 - East Side of Town Grants, New Mexico For your convenience - next door A New and Modern Shell Super Service Station



Mt. Taylor From Highway 66
Title:
Mt. Taylor From Highway 66
Grants New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1949 Apr-09

Description:
Mt. Taylor may be seen for many miles from the highway. It was named for Pres. Zachary Taylor. Each Spring Pueblo Indians ascend to the to invoke the Rain Gods


Greetings From Grants
Title:
Greetings From Grants
Grants New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Silhouette of Mt. Taylor - famous nearby landmark. Inscription Rock engraved with the historical "Passed by" message of onate. First Spanish governor in 1605 it can be reached in a short drive from grants. At the foot of Mt. Taylor whose picturesque beauty rises to a height of 11,369 feet lies the town to grants. Named for the Grant Brothers who built this section of the Santa Fee Railway - it is today a trading center for a large agricultural and ranching country. Navajos in their colorful costumes may be seen regularly on the streets. These are the workers of the carrot fields - in which industry Grants ranks among the first in the entire U.S.A. The famous Inscription Rock can be easily reached is an interesting drive of approximately 40 miles.



Greetings From Grants
Title:
Greetings From Grants
Grants New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Grants, New Mexico, was situated on the Old Pony Express trail to the Pacific Coast in Pioneer days. It was a station for change of horses, wagon trains and mail, an was named for President Ulysses S. Grant when he was General of the U. S. army. Today, Grants (the S being adopted) is a progressive little city on Highway Route 66 about half-way between Albuquerque and Gallup, N. M. Nestling in the foothills of Mt. taller, It is picturesquely surrounded by Spanish American and Indian villages. Lumbering, mining and farming are carried on extensively, irrigation for the Bluewater Dam producing many trainloads of choice vegetables yearly.




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