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    • Midwife trunk

    • Unknown
    • Personal Artifact, Personal Gear, Trunk
    • Wooden trunk
    • Egg Beads

    • Berber Tribe
    • Personal Artifact; Adornment
    • Woman in southern Morocco wear these enameled silver egg shaped beads called " Taguemout", which symbolize fertility.
    • Arizona Literary Magazine, Fall 2004

    • Schartz, Vijaya (ed.); Heathcotte, Toby (contest coordinator)
    • Arizona Authors Association; Literary magazine--Arizona
    • Winning entries in the 2004 Arizona Authors Association Literary Contest in unpublished categories in Article/Essay, Novel, Poetry, and Short Story as well as Published Novel, Published Non-fiction, and Published Children's Literature.
      Table...
    • 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 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.
    • Naga Earrings

    • Naga Tribe
    • Personal Artifact - Adornment - Earrings
    • Two large chank shell disks with red tassles and beads at the top of each tassle. Woven multicolor beadwork connects the two disks. This earring band is a special class of earring suite connected by beadwork and worn so the chank shells go over...
    • Ralph and Ronnie Linstra

    • Unknown
    • Communications Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Twin grandsons of Cecil and Mildred Fisher on one of the post's burros. Many tourists enjoyed burro rides at the trading post, and the twins were no exception.
    • Stanton and Ida Mae Borum

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    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Trader Stanton Borum with his wife, Ida Mae, as photographed in 1925 at Cameron Trading Post, which they managed for the Richardson Brothers. They later purchased Leupp Trading Post. Stanton died in 1936, and Ida Mae operated it until 1944, when...
    • Tortoise Shell Pendant

    • Unknown
    • Personal Artifact - Adornment - Pendant
    • Tortoise shell carved with a fish motif, possibly a dolphin, with 9 dangles of mollusk shell and small teeth at the end of each dangle. It is 9cm wide and 10cm long.
    • Original letterhead from Bruchman's Curio Store

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Top of original sheet of letterhead from Bruchman's Curio Store. The 'swastika' symbol dates back to ancient cultures both on this continent and in Europe, and is a sign for good luck and prosperity.
    • Three Winslow Harvey Girls in old ox cart

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Three Harvey Girls mug for the camera in 1932. What 'Great Depression'? Left to right, Margaret Connell, Thalia Hosler and Helene Hartney.
    • Peruvian Necklace

    • Unknown
    • Personal Artifact - Adornment - Necklace
    • Three "Nueva Cadiz" necklaces. Left: Mixture of mixed glass Nueva Cadiz beads, shell tubes and glass chevrons with a spindle whorl pendant. Center: A necklace of 28 blue glass Nueva Cadiz beads with a drop pendant. The pendant consists of a...
    • Uzbekistan Wedding Necklace

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact; Personal Symbol
    • This wedding necklace from Uzbekistan is loom-woven with larger glass seed beads and has a large silver center bead.
    • Jot Barnett Stiles' U.S. Trader tag

    • U. S. Government
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Tag, Merchandise
    • This tag verified the authenticity of the trader, and of the blanket to which it was attached.
    • Winslow Hubbell interior

    •  
    • Communications Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • This photograph was taken in the early 1950's. The building still stands, is owned by the City of Winslow. and is currently under a restoration effort.
    • Hubbell Exterior

    •  
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • This photograph shows the building with porch intact. The addition to the right houses a large vault. Originally constructed in 1918 for the Richardson trading family, it was acquired by the Hubbell family in 1924.
    • Photograph of Remount Station ruins

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • This photograph is of the Cavalry remount station (not a fort) at what is now Ocotillo Road and Cave Creek wash, north of Cave Creek off Spur Cross Road. This was where the soldiers going between Ft. McDowell and Ft. Whipple could get fresh mounts,...
    • Mid and Helen Jones at the time of owning Desmount Ranch

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • This photo shows son Mid with mother Helen Jones. The photo was taken about the time the family owned and managed the Desmount Sanitarium, a tubercular colony in Cave Creek. It was rumored that Helen was a tubercular convalescent, which was a large...
    • Photograph of Rancho Manana Dude Ranch site and buildings

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • This photo of Rancho Manana shows how it appeared at the time of its operation as a guest ranch from 1944-1955. In 1943 Romaine and Jean Lowdermilk partnered with Ted and China Loring to purchase the old Howard Ranch and make it into a guest ranch....
    • Employee newsletter, premiere edition

    • La Posada
    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact; Newsletter
    • This newsletter was exclusive to La Posada, with a circulation of 200. The hotel had a printing press in the basement where this newletter was printed, as well as menus.
    • San Pasqual Mosaic

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Mosaic
    • This mosaic of San Pasqual, the Patron Saint of Cooking, graced the main dining room of La Posada.
    • Menu for La Posada's main dining room

    • La Posada
    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Menu
    • This menu is one in a series whose cover appealed to the discriminating diner. Others began with "At Cannes, the Guests Catch The Fish for Dinner," "The Dish That Inspired a Famous Literary Work," "The Origin of the Term 'Sub-Rosa' Signifying the...
    • Cave Creek mining district map

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Map
    • This map depicts the location of the various mines in Cave Creek along with the area's topographical features. The Cave Creek Mining District took in the entire Cave Creek area clear up to Bloody Basin.
    • Hubbell Journal

    •  
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Journal
    • This journal of 1940's entries documents purchases of rugs and other items, accounts, and transfers to and from Winslow and Oraibi. All figures are written in code.
    • Cartwright ranch sign

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact: Visual Communication: Sign
    • This is the sign that identified the ranch property in its later years. The ranch had its beginning in 1882 when Jackson Mantford Cartwright at age 16 joined in partnership with his father, Reddick Jasper Cartwright in driving their cattle from the...
    • National Register of Historic Places - application pages

    • Albers, Del
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Application, Registration, US Department of Interior, US National Park Service, NRHP
    • This is four pages of the 90+ page application form completed by Del Albers to request consideration to the National Register of Historic Places. These pages represent the "narrative description" and "narrative statement of significance" which...
    • Konyak Necklace

    • Naga Tribe
    • Personal Artifact - Adornment - Necklace
    • This is a multi-strand necklace of small glass seed beads in red, orange, and navy blue. Strands meet at knotted fiber on each side and 2 Indian coins are used as the closure. This necklace was worn by Konyak people, one of the many Naga tribes. ...
    • Maricopa Mine claim

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Document
    • This image depicts a mine claim from the late 1800's from the Maricopa Mine. This mine was located in Cave Creek near the larger Phoenix mine. Maricopa produced 5,000 tons of $15 gold ore per ton prior to 1900.
    • 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.
    • 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,...
    • Phil Bruchman Trading Company

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    • Communications Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Potographic
    • This exterior photograph shows the home of this trading post for 20 years. The portrait on the front is not of the owner, but of a blue-eyed Navajo. A partial list of some of the goods is painted on the side of the building. Phil Bruchman was a...
    • Mali Wedding Beads, detail

    • Unknown
    • Personal Artifact; Adornment
    • This detail of a Mali wedding necklace shows the seams left in the glass beads from the molding process. The beads are made in Czechloslovakia and then exported to Africa. In Mali, the teardrop shapes are thought to resemble the female form and...
    • H'mong Bag

    • H'mong People
    • Personal Artifact; Adornment
    • This bag, decorated with silver, is worn for special ceremonies. H'mong people consider attire to be a weapon of seduction and silver is a sign of wealth. The embroidery shows the skill of the woman who made the costume and uses the bag. H'mong...
    • Gila Polychrome Bowl

    • Unknown
    • Archaeology--Arizona; Indian pottery Arizona; Cochise County (Ariz.) Antiquities.
    • This artifact was found on the J. Cowan ranch located in Sulpher Spring Valley, Cochise County, Arizona. Excavated between 1968 and 1983 by Cochise College Archeology Department, created between 1200 and 1400 CE, the bowl is 18 cm high with a 76 cm...
    • Tanto Polychrome Jar new

    • Unknown
    • Archaeology--Arizona; Indian pottery Arizona; Cochise County (Ariz.) Antiquities.
    • This artifact was found on the Darnell ranch located on the eastern slopes of the Chiricahua Mountains in Cochise County, Arizona. Excavated between 1968 and 1983 by Cochise College Archeology Department, created between 1250 and 1400 CE, the jar...
    • Gila Polychrome Jar new

    • Unknown
    • Archaeology--Arizona; Indian pottery Arizona; Cochise County (Ariz.) Antiquities.
    • This artifact was found on the Darnell ranch located on the eastern slopes of the Chiricahua Mountains in Cochise County, Arizona. Excavated between 1968 and 1983 by Cochise College Archeology Department, created between 1250 and 1400 CE, the jar...
    • Plainware Effigy Pot

    • Unknown
    • Archaeology--Arizona; Indian pottery Arizona; Cochise County (Ariz.) Antiquities.
    • This artifact was found at the J. Cowan ranch in Sulpher Spring Valley, Cochise County, Arizona. Excavated between 1968 and 1983 by Cochise College Archeology Department, created between 1200 and 1400 CE, this pot is 17 cm high, 16 cm long and has...
    • Plainware Duck Pot new

    • Unknown
    • Archaeology--Arizona; Indian pottery Arizona; Cochise County (Ariz.) Antiquities.
    • This artifact was found at the J. Cowan ranch in Sulpher Spring Valley, Cochise County, Arizona. Excavated between 1968 and 1983 by Cochise College Archeology Department, created between 1200 and 1400 CE, the pot is 22cm high, 25cm long and has a...
    • US Cavalry saddlebags from the 1880s

    • Unknown
    • Distribution and Transportation Artifact: Land and Transportation: Accessory: Saddle, Pack
    • This American military saddlebag dates back from 1885. The saddlebags of this design were widely used during the time periods between 1776 and 1945.
    • 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...
    • 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.
    • Indian Ladies at Bruchman's

    •  
    • Communications Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • These three Navajo ladies were friends, and visited the post once a month. It is said they laughed and poked fun at one another for years. Two of the three are now deceased.
    • 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...
    • The Voice Vol 54 [February 1, 2012 - May 2, 2012]

    • Glendale Community College
    • Student publications--Arizona; Student newspapers and periodicals--Arizona; Glendale Community College (Maricopa County, Ariz.)
    • The Voice, Vol 54. This .pdf contains Volume 54 from February 1, 2012 - May 2, 2012. Image quality is degraded due to the nature of black and white derivatives made from color images.
    • Cedar Springs Trading Post  Panoramic

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • The view was grand but the location isolated, as was the case for most trading posts.
    • Encyclical III

    • Elsner, Paul A.
    • Glendale Community College (Maricopa County, Ariz.)
    • The third encyclical from Paul A. Elsner, Chancelor of the Maricopa County Community College District on Octover 22, 1993
    • Stamp

    • Willy Pudert Schles. Stemp. Manuf [Silesian Stamp Manufacturer]- Goerlitz
    • Nazi Concentration Camps; World War II (1939-1945); World War II Artifacts; Nazi Germany and the Holocaust
    • The stamp is an artifact from the Gross-Rosen concentration camp, used by the camp commandant as the official Nazi seal. The camp was opened originally as a satellite camp to Sachsenhausen in August of 1940 and was converted to an independent camp...
    • Spring Wool Season at Kaibito Trading Post.

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • The spring wool season was a key element in the trading post business for both the Native American and the trader. The sacks usually weighed about 200 pounds each.
    • Photograph of the owners and managers of the Sierra Vista Guest Ranch

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • The Sierra Vista Guest Ranch, comprising 400 acres was located 4 miles north of Cave Creek in the Continental Mountains. It was Cave Creek's second dude ranch and it operated from the early 1940's to 1962. It accommodated up to 15 guests in its...
    • Map of the route of the old Fort McDowell Wagon Road

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Map
    • The road was built by Colonel George Stoneman, commander of the army troops in Arizona. By using an old Indian trail, the road went north of Pinnacle Peak, south of what is now the Carefree Airpport and on to the north flank of Black Mountain in...

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