2021 Historical Calendar on Winslow Over Time

The Old Trails Museum’s 2021 historical calendar, Winslow Through the Decades, is on sale now! The 2021 edition – still priced at $10 – is available at the museum, La Posada HotelArizona 66 Trading Company, On the Corner Gifts, and the Winslow Visitors Center/Hubbell Trading Post. You can also order calendars through the OTM Online Store, with $2 added to the price for shipping. Your purchase supports the museum, is sales-tax-free, and keeps your shopping dollars local!

The 2021 edition highlights aspects of Winslow’s history by decade, from its founding in 1880 through the 1960s. The past does not unfold in distinct time periods, but dividing Winslow’s history by decade can be a useful way to share it, as well as to illustrate how that history paralleled events on the national and even international stages.

This edition features photographs from the museum’s collections, or on loan from our supporters, that have never been published in an Old Trails Museum calendar, exhibit, or in our Images of America book, Winslow. Historical sources include Winslow Mail articles, adapted text from our publications and exhibits, and archival material from the museum and other repositories throughout Arizona.

Old Trails Museum Director Ann-Mary Lutzick developed this calendar, and International Minute Press of Flagstaff did the layout and printing. The museum extends our thanks to Tescue and Lawrence Kenna, Helen Jean Pollard, Deborah Stout Roberts, and the Madonna House for loaning photographs to this edition; to Lindsey Jauregui for sharing expertise on early Santa Fe engines; and to Lori Bentley Law and Dan Lutzick for their invaluable feedback.

OTM’s annual historical calendar is a fundraiser for the museum thanks to our generous advertisers: Arizona 66 Trading Company, Barton Architecture, Bojo’s Grill & Sports Club, Cox’s Automotive, Dominique’s On the Corner, Harley Hendricks Realty, Kenna Properties, La Posada Hotel, the Leavitt Group, Mojo Coffee Company, Motor Palace Mercantile, Snowdrift Art Space, and the Winslow Chamber of Commerce.