Postcard of Winslow, Arizona. ca. 1939, GREETINGS from WINSLOW, ARIZ. Winslow, Arizona, was the terminus of the present Santa Fe Ry. more than 50 years ago as the line pressed westward. It is still an important division point as well as having a landing field for transcontinental planes, and is a busy modern little city. Winslow is a gateway to the Navajo Reservation and the Hopi villages which are easily reached from here.
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