2018 Historical Calendar On Sale

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2018 Historical Calendar On Sale

The Old Trails Museum’s 2018 historical calendar, Getting Together: Recreation and Celebrations in Winslow, is on sale now! Still priced at $10, the calendar makes a great holiday gift, and it’s available at the museum, the Arizona 66 Trading Company, La Posada Hotel, On the Corner Gifts, the Winslow Chamber of Commerce, and Winslow Dental. Your OTM Store purchases are sales-tax-free, support the museum, and keep your shopping dollars local!

Recreation is defined as the “refreshment of strength and spirits after work,” and a celebration is to “observe a holiday or notable occasion with festivities; perform a religious ceremony; or take part in a festival.” Winslow residents have found time for each of these activities from the town’s founding through the present day. The 2018 edition illustrates Winslow’s history of sports and special events with a series of entertaining images that have not previously been published in an OTM calendar, exhibit, or Winslow, the museum’s Images of America title.

Museum Director Ann-Mary Lutzick developed the calendar from those sources as well as documents from the museum’s archival collections; Winslow Mail articles by Janice Henling and others; and Arizona Federation of Business and Professional Women: Women Who Made a Difference, 1921-1988, Volume 2. All images are from the Old Trails Museum Collection unless otherwise noted, and the museum thanks the individuals that loaned their wonderful photos, the descendants of George Sutherland for donating some of his extensive photographic collection, and Tom Alexander Photography of Flagstaff for making possible the use of several Sutherland images in this year’s edition.

OTM’s annual historical calendar is a fundraiser for the museum thanks to our generous advertisers: Arizona 66 Trading Company, Bojo’s Grill & Sports Club, Casey’s Hardware, Cross U Management Company, On the Corner Gifts, DPR Realty, Harley Hendricks Realty, La Posada Hotel, the Leavitt Group, Mojo Coffee Company, Robert & Clint Cox Automotive Service, Snowdrift Art Space, and the Winslow Chamber of Commerce.

Image: In June 1939, Olive and Herman Chacon were married at St Joseph’s Catholic Church on Second Street and held their reception at La Posada Hotel. (Courtesy of Thomas R. Chacon, Sr)