Out of the past: Williams in the 1950s

Vehicles line Route 66 through Williams in the mid 1950s.  (Williams Historic Photo Archives/Al Messimer Family)

Vehicles line Route 66 through Williams in the mid 1950s. (Williams Historic Photo Archives/Al Messimer Family)

Vehicles line Route 66 through Williams in the mid 1950s. Below: A golfer lines up to putt on the green at Elephant Rocks Golf Course in the 1950s.

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A golfer lines up to putt on the green at Elephant Rocks Golf Course in the 1950s. (Williams Historic Photo Archives/Al Messimer Family)

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AlMessimer 6 months, 1 week ago

Thanks Wendy, Like you, I assumed that the street photo was taken on RT-66. However, if you look close, it was taken on 3rd Street, looking north. The shingle on the building is my grandfather's Insurance and Real Estate business. That building is now occupied by Lucy's Too at 103 S. 3rd St.

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