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Williams, Arizona Photo History Project
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    • Williams Airport

    • Williams Airport
    • Unknown
    • People and Places (Williams, Ariz.)
    • A BT-13 at the Williams Airport in 1946. In this photograph from left to right: unknown, Ty Tyson, Les and Penny Perkins, unknown, Charles Procter and Fred Theroux.
    • Family Riding in the Babbitt-Polson Company Wagon

    • Family Riding in the Babbitt-Polson Company Wagon
    • Unknown
    • People and Places (Williams, Ariz.)
    • A family riding in the Babbitt-Polson Company wagon. The Babbitts and Polsons were local entrepreneurs who maintained stores and manufactured goods in both Williams and Flagstaff, Arizona. The Babbitt Family were also ranchers and continue to be...
    • Early Gas Pump and Station Attendant

    • Early Gas Pump and Station Attendant
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    • Tranportation; Roads America; Highways;
    • A gas pump and service attendant at the Clark Car Camp service station, which was located on the east side of Williams.
    • Hikers in the Grand Canyon

    • Hikers in the Grand Canyon
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    • People and Places (Williams, Ariz.)
    • A group of hikers posing at the Grand Canyon. Williams has historically been one of the major tourist stops on the way to the Grand Canyon.
    • Catholic Church in Williams

    • Catholic Church in Williams
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    • People and Places (Williams, Ariz.)
    • A group of people in front of the Catholic Church in Williams. The women appear to be in nurses uniforms and are holding a Red Cross banner. This building no longer exists.
    • A Costume Event at the Frey Marcos Hotel

    • A Costume Event at the Frey Marcos Hotel
    • Unknown
    • People and Places (Williams, Ariz.)
    • A group of people posing during a costume event at the Frey Marcos Hotel and Atcheson, Topeka, and Santa Fe Rail Station. The hotel was operated by the Fred Harvey Company.
    • Skiers on the San Fransisco Peaks

    • Skiers on the San Fransisco Peaks
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    • People and Places (Williams, Ariz.)
    • A group of skiers on the San Francisco Peaks. The first ski routes were blazed on the San Fransico Peaks in the late 1930s.
    • Women Sunbathing on Elephant Rocks

    • Women Sunbathing on Elephant Rocks
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    • People and Places (Williams, Ariz.)
    • A group of women bathing on Elephant Rocks. Elephant Rocks are a geologic feature located northwest of Williams. They consist of about a half dozen basalt boulders spread out in a small area that resemble elephants. It served as a popular...
    • Women with Fish

    • Women with Fish
    • Unknown
    • People and Places (Williams, Ariz.)
    • A group of women holding fish and fishing poles. With multiple reservoirs to choose from, fishing is a popular pastime in the Williams area.
    • American Red Cross Canteen in Williams

    • American Red Cross Canteen in Williams
    • Unknown
    • People and Places (Williams, Ariz.)
    • A group photograph of the workers at the American Red Cross Canteen, which was estblished during World War I to serve the troops travelling on the trains.
    • Railroad Workers

    • Railroad Workers
    • Unknown
    • Williams (Ariz.)--history; Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company--history
    • A group photograph of unknown railroad workers. The majority of the early railroad employees lived either in Williams or in company housing or crew quarters that were located at sidings. The sidings, such as Welch and Supai, were located about...
    • Workers of the Saginaw Manistee Lumber Company

    • Workers of the Saginaw Manistee Lumber Company
    • Unknown
    • People and Places (Williams, Ariz.); Saginaw Manistee Lumber Company--history
    • A panoramic photograph of workers of the Saginaw Manistee Lumber Company. The company started operating in Williams in the late 1800s to supply the railroad with lumber. It shut down its mill and moved to Flagstaff in the late 1940s.
    • Pouquette Family Members with a Government Sheep Inspector

    • Pouquette Family Members with a Government Sheep Inspector
    • Unknown
    • People and Places (Williams, Ariz.)
    • A photograph of (left to right) Bill Morgan, Sheep Inspector, with Simon Pouquette, Leon Pouquette, Joe Pouquette and their sheep band. Simon was Leon and Joe's uncle. The Pouquette Family were early Sheep entrepreneurs in the Williams, Arizona...

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