Kiva Motel
Title:
Kiva Motel
Show Low Arizona (AZ), Linen unused

Description:
Relax at the Kiva (the meeting place) Motel in the great White Mountain hunting and fishing area at Show Low, Arizona, the town named from the turn of a card. Lou, Jiggs & Gary Griggs.


Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Show Low Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused



Show Low
Title:
Show Low
Show Low Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Crossroads of the White Mountains, named after the turn of a card.


Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Show Low Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
This fast growing farming, lumber and tourist recreation center on Highway U.S. 60 derived its name from the drawing of a low card (2 of clubs) by two partners to decide ownership of the land now occupied by the town. The church of the Latter Day Saints stands to the right of this view.



Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Show Low Arizona (AZ), Continental Chrome unused


Navajo Inn
Title:
Navajo Inn
Show Low Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
West edge of business district



Paint Pony Lodge
Title:
Paint Pony Lodge
Show Low Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused


Saint Rita's Catholic Church
Title:
Saint Rita's Catholic Church
SHow Low Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Sunday Mass 7:00 and 11:15 am. Year-round. Box 404



Welcome to Show Low
Title:
Welcome to Show Low
Show Low Arizona (AZ), Chrome PM 1957 Dec-13

Description:
Bob Petley This thriving little farm and lumber town in Northern Arizona got its name in 1878 from the drawing of cards by two pioneer partners to decide ownership of the land on which the town now stands. Deuce of clubs showed low in the draw = thus the town's unusual name Bob Petley


Palace Motel
Title:
Palace Motel
Show Low Arizona (AZ), Chrome PM 1959 Oct-1

Description:
Quiet - Restful On West side of Show Low, Arizona on US 60 Family Units with Kitchenettes and Carports. Wall to Wall carpeting Children's Playground up front Gladys and Joe Basket, owners PO Box 366 Phone 67R3 Show Low, Arizona Dexter



Westerner Motel
Title:
Westerner Motel
Show Low Arizona (AZ), Chrome PM 1968 Nov-13

Description:
On Hiway 60 West edge of Show Low, Arizona Enjoy your rest in the pines 28 modern units - Air Conditioned by Nature - Individually controlled Panel Ray Heat. Good Restaurants Near By Elevation 6500 Ft


Apache Pines Motel, Jct. Highway 60 & 173
Title:
Apache Pines Motel, Jct. Highway 60 & 173
Show Low Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
In the Heart of the White Mountains. Right in the center of Town - Newest - Largest - This Beautiful Motel of 35 Large Units and Spacious Lounge has Wall to Wall Carpets, Panel Ray Heat, Instant Hot Water, Luxurious Franciscan and Baumritter Furnishings.



Show Low
Title:
Show Low
Show Low Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
This town was established in 1870 and was named for a poker hand


Welcome To Show Low
Title:
Welcome To Show Low
Show Low Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused

Description:
Welcome to Show Low, Arizona. Named by the turn of a card, Show Low is a year round sportsman's paradise, big game in the winter to fishing in the many lakes in summer. Chief industry is Lumbering.



Lone Pine Lodge
Title:
Lone Pine Lodge
Show Low Arizona (AZ), Chrome PM 1966 Feb-12

Description:
In Arizona's white mountain recreation area. East of business district on U.S. Hwy. 60. 18 new units with vented automatic heat excellent beds, large tiled baths, comfortable furnishings. Pleasantly cool in summer. Good cafes nearby. Parking for trailers.


Looking Up Main Drag
Title:
Looking Up Main Drag
Show Low Arizona (AZ), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
This northern Arizona town was named by the turn of a card. Show Low is a year-round sportsman's paradise - big game in the winter to fishing in the many lakes in the summer. Chief industry is lumbering



Greetings From Showlow, Arizona
Title:
Greetings From Showlow, Arizona
Show Low Arizona (AZ), Chrome

Description:
Showlow, Arizona. This fast growing farming, lumber, and tourist recreation center on Highway U.S. 60 derived its name from the drawing of a low card (2 of clubs) by two partners to decide ownership of the land now occupied by the town. The church of the Latter Day Saints stands to the right of this view




Total: 17 Items