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The Old Trails Museum Store specializes in regional Navajo and Hopi arts and crafts, books on local and regional history (including OTM’s new Images of America title, Winslow), and our annual historical calendar featuring images of Winslow’s history. Please call 928-289-5861 to place an order, or simply send a check to OTM for the listed amount and we’ll mail you the item as soon as we receive the check with your return address.

 

Winslow by Ann-Mary J. Lutzick, Winslow Historical Society, & Old Trails Museum Archives; 2013

  • From Arcadia Publishing’s Images of America Series; softcover, 127 pages
  • $22 (+ $4 shipping & handling if mailed)

 

Journeys to Winslow – A Companion to the Smithsonian’s Journey Stories Exhibition

  • OTM’s 2014 Historical Calendar
  • $10 (+ $2 shipping & handling if mailed)

 

South of the Tracks: 100 Years of Memories by Rosa Archibeque, PhD; 2013

  • Book One of a historical trilogy on Winslow, 1885-1985; softcover, 438 pages
  • $35 (+ $5 shipping & handling if mailed)

 

The Harvey Girls: Opportunity Bound by Assertion Films; 2013

  • New documentary featuring some of Winslow’s own former Harvey Girls (official trailer here)
  • $16 (+ $4 shipping & handling if mailed)

 

Appetite for America: Fred Harvey and the Business of Civilizing the Wild West–One Meal at a Time by Stephen Fried; 201o

  • Comprehensive history of the Fred Harvey family empire, including Winslow’s Harvey Houses; softcover, 518  pages
  • $18 (+ $5 shipping & handling if mailed)

 

Snapshots by Vada Carlson Rodriquez; 1990

  • Brief oral histories of Winslow residents; softcover, 171 pages
  • $5 (+ $4 shipping & handling if mailed)

 

The West: As Portrayed by Western Artist Joe Rodriquez compiled by Vada Carlson Rodriquez

  • Limited edition collection of pen-and-ink drawings; hardcover, 50 pages
  • $75 (+ $10 shipping & handling if mailed)

 

That Hashknife Kid by Clarence W. Durham; 1992

  • Biography of the author’s “Hashknife” cowboy grandfather; softcover, 335 pages
  • $5 (+ $4 shipping & handling if mailed)

 

Route 66 in Arizona by Joe Sonderman; 2010

  • From Arcadia Publishing’s Images of America Series; softcover, 127 pages
  • $22 (+ $4 shipping & handling if mailed)

 

Fred Harvey Houses of the Southwest by Richard Melzer; 2008

  • From Arcadia Publishing’s Images of America Series; softcover, 127 pages
  • $22 (+ $4 shipping & handling if mailed)

 

The Hopi People by Stewart B. Koyiyumptewa, Carolyn O’Bagy Davis and Hopi Cultural Preservation Office, 2009.

  • From Arcadia Publishing’s Images of America Series; softcover, 127 pages
  • $22 (+ $4 shipping & handling if mailed)