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    • Winslow Harvey House Crew, 1927

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • This Harvey House crew is comprised of several ethnic groups. manager Edwin Beahan, his wife Mary, and daughter Dorothy are first row center.
    • La Posada Supplement to the Winslow Daily Mail Newspaper

    • Winslow Daily Mail
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Brochure
    • This 32-page booklet marked the opening of La Posada, the sprawling hacienda styled Harvey House designed by May Colter. It featured articles about the hotel, Fred Harvey's touring cars called the Harveycars, lengthy narratives about area sites to...
    • La Posada's North Elevation

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Part of the north elevation of La Posada facing Route 66. This taken one day prior to the grand opening, landscaping unfinished. Construction costs came in at $1 million, much over the first anticipated $600,000. To the right of center is a...
    • La Posada's first crew, 1930

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Staff for the new La Posada. Omar Dooms, manager is seated at far left, second row.
    • Harvey Girl known as Jean

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • This 1936 photograph of Jean, an off-duty Harvey Girl has graced the cover of at least one magazine.
    • Harvey Girl Rosie May Bruns Gary

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Rosie May Bruns Gary shows off her smile and crisp uniform in 1938.
    • Harvey Girl Verna Northcott, later Welsh

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Verna Northcutt came to Winslow in 1938, and worked at La Posada as a Harvey Girl until her marriage in 1941 to L. D. Welsh. Now in her 90's, she still resides in Winslow and lives in her own home. She shared this photo saying it was her favorite...
    • Harvey Girls Thalia Hosler and Helene Hartney

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Thalia Hosler's grandparents were among the first settlers in the area. She graduated from Winslow High School, worked as a Harvey Girl, graduated from nursing school, married and reared her family here. Her descendants still reside in...
    • Harvey Girls Lucy Dilgadillo and Stella Martinez

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Lucy and Stella worked at the Harvey House in Seligman, AZ., during the war years. This photo is being presented with the Winslow collection because Lucy married a railroader, moved to Winslow where she reared her children and still lives. No...
    • Harvey Girl Jenny Sterling

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Jenny Sterling worked during the war years as a waitress at La Posada. Verna Welsh, also a former Harvey Girl, remembers her fondly as a pal.
    • Harvey Girls Lillian Cullum, Elizabeth Baker and June Severson

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Lillian, Elizabeth and June stand just outside of an archway at La Posada. The aprons were mostly a back background, though some were grey and a few bright colors. Several ladies have been credited with the design, but we definitely know the...
    • Winslow Harvey Girls, 1910

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photograph of Harvey Girls who worked at the first Winslow Harvey House location. The head waitress is third from the left.
    • Pay Envelope from the Fred Harvey Company

    • Fred Harvey Company
    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Envelope, Pay
    • Harvey Girl Lucy Dilgadillo received her pay in March 1943 via this pay envelope. She worked at the time in Seligman, AZ., later married and still resides in Winslow.
    • Fred Harvey Restaurant/Bar Ticket

    • Fred Harvey Company
    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Form, Order
    • "May I take your order?" An original Fred Harvey ticket for meals and bar.
    • Original Harvey Girl Reunion of 1992

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • This group photograph captures ladies whose Harvey Girl days are behind, but fondly remembered. They are, back row: Helene Cox, Joan Haydukovich, Lucy Dilgadillo Moore, Darlene Burrage, Sue Wetzel, Verna Welsh, Jessie Phillips, Dorothy Hunt,...
    • Some members of the Winslow Harvey Girls volunteer organization

    • Lutzick, Dan
    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • The Winslow Harvey Girls is a volunteer organization founded in 1995. The group conducts tours of La Posada, serves as meeters and greeters in Winslow, and often travels some distances to share its "Trunk Show," an impressive collection of...
    • Original Harvey Girl, Ruby McHood

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photograph of Ruby McHood at Navajo rug show held at La Posada in November, 1997. Ruby became a Harvey Girl in 1935 and after 18 months resigned and wed H.R. McHood in 1937, raised a family and still resides in Winslow. She is the oldest living...
    • Harvey Girl in the La Posada gardens

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Unidentified Harvey Girl cutting flowers in the garden at Winslow's La Posada. Her long tie indicates she was a head waitress.
    • Harvey Girl Jennie Williamson

    • Sharar, Chester
    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • If is wasn't for this lady there might not be The Winslow Harvey Girls volunteer organization of today. Here she is pictured in uniform when she was employed at the Havasu Harvey House in Seligman, AZ. When she and her husband, Chester, married...

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