An early high school in Williams which burned down. Circa 1910.
The Mountain Men organization was established to bring attention to the history of Williams and the surrounding area by commemorating early mountain men such as Bill Williams
The Williams High School girls basketball team in 1921. The coach was Miss Marie Miller.
Photograph of two Harvey Girls, taken in Williams, 1938.
Williams High School Drumettes circa 1950. Included are Norma McDowell, Rosemary Grace, Jannelle Owens, Sandra Schnell and Harriet Wilson.
Out of the Past: Historic Santa Fe Railroad Depot
Out of the past: Train wreck east of Williams 1926
On or about the 15th of June, Phantom Ranch, a new development in Grand Canyon National Park, will be opened to visitors.
The original Parks Store and Cabins has been a staple in the Parks, Arizona community since 1906.
The Red Lake area encompasses about 40,000 acres, 9 miles north of Williams, with several thousand residents spread across the high desert.
Ninety-three years ago, groundbreaking progress was made in the role women play at Grand Canyon National Park.
The junction to Grand Canyon National Park from Route 66 looked a lot different before Interstate 40.
The Emperor Waltz was being shown at the Sultana Theatre in Williams in this 1940's photo.
An early gas station after a snowfall on Historic Route 66 in 1936.
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