Out Of The Past

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Out of the past: Williams Rodeo 1950s

Eddie January competes in the Williams Rodeo in 1950.

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Out of the past: Cattle ranching in Williams 1925

Ranchers bring in cattle in Williams in 1925.

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Out of the Past: 1948 snow storm

Children play in a large pile of snow in the empty lot next to the Williams News building in 1948.

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Soda jerks at Smiths Corner Drug in Williams

I worked with all of these people as a soda jerk one summer and weekends.

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Out of the past: Fire on Second Street

A fire breaks out at the Williams Motor Company on Second Street in June 1945.

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Out of the past: Smith Corner Drug

Smiths Corner Drug in Williams, circa 1950s. The Gallery in Williams now occupies that building.

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Out of the past: Cruisers now and then

A 76 gas station, Swetak custom body shop and a hotel line Third Street in Williams in 1950. It is the same location today to Cruiser's Restaurant and Brewcade.

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Out of the past: The World Famous Sultana Theatre in Williams, circa 1941

The World Famous Sultana Theatre in Williams, circa 1941.

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Out of the past: Do you know anything about this house?

An unidentified home, likely in the city of Williams, circa 1900.

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Out of the past: Williams High School students in 1966

Williams High School Thespians circa 1966.

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Out of the past: Bill Williams and the naming of a town

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Long before Bear Grylls and Cody Lundin, mountain men were immersing themselves in the wild, encountering nature, and testing their skills in survival, exploration and endurance.

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Out of the past: The Old Williams High School

The Old Williams High School receiving flagpole repair, circa 1960.

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Out of the past: Lost Canyon Ranch and turkey hunters

Out of the past: Lost Canyon Ranch and turkey hunters

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Out of the Past: Christmas wishes from the 1940s

A holiday card from Y. C. Shen depicting Bill Williams Avenue (Historic Route 66) looking east from Second Street, circa 1940.

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Out of the past: Hunting expeditions

On March 5, 1964 Williams members of the McNelly and Theroux families display a mountain lion after a hunt.

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Out of the Past: Do you know these ladies?

The Ladies' Garden Club plants a tree in front of the Williams Hospital circa 1950.

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Out of the Past: Harvey Girls

Sid Terry with two Harvey House food servers, often referred to as Harvey Girls in Williams, circa 1918. (Williams Historic Photo Archives)

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Out of the past: Early gas station and attendant

A gas pump and service attendant at the Clark Car Camp service station, which was located on the east side of Williams. circa 1928.

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This month in history: Williams-Grand Canyon News

A collection of articles taken from the Williams News historical archives

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Out of the past: The Johnson Canyon Tunnel

Construction begins on a tunnel and trestles in Johnson Canyon, between Williams and Ash Fork, Arizona.

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Out of the past: A train crash near Williams

A train crash near Williams on the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad.

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piece of the past: Williams hero visits Whiteman Air Force, sees ‘completely different’ type of bomber

WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE, Mo. — After spending most of his life on military bomber airplanes, 96-year-old Walter Olmsted Jr. of Williams, Arizona, recently got his first up-close look at the Air Force’s youngest bomber: the B-2 Spirit.

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Out of the past: Williams builds its first school

According to the minutes of the Coconino County Board of Supervisors in late 1892, a special election was held to determine if bonds should be issued to provide funds for a new school.

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Out of the past: The Grand Hotel in the early 1900s

Jack Otter is photographed in front of the Grand Canyon Hotel in the early 1900s.

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This month in Williams history: August 2, 1918

This month in Williams history August 2, 1918

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