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Arizona Credits & Contributors

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Contributors:

Richard Adams - Provided the information for Winona, Arizona's beginnings. He is the grandson of Billy and Myrtle Adams, who built the first store in this small town on Route 66.

Clark Ellison - Great nephew of Camillus S. Fly, who provided more accurate information for our article.

Emily Priddy - An active member of the Oklahoma Route 66 Association who has generously allowed us to utilize several of her photographs of the Mother Road. 

Written Materials:

  • Fultz, Hollis B.; "Roy Gardner, Professor of Escape," Famous Northwest Manhunts and Murder Mysteries; 1955; Fulco Publications, Elma, WA.

  • Halicki, Diane and Robson, Ellen; Haunted Highway - The Spirits of Route 66; 1999; Golden West Publishers, Phoenix, AZ.

  • Hernandez, Ruben; Guns and Legends; Latino Perspectives Magazine; October, 2005

  • Kollenborn, Tom; Building A Dream: Goldfield Ghost Town, Apache Junction Public Library

  • Kildare, Maurice, Dead Outlaws Loot, True West Magazine, February, 1967.

  • McClintock, James Harvey, Arizona: The Youngest State, 1913.

  • Myers, Roger; Clay Allison vs. Wyatt Earp; Wild West Magazine, December, 2000.

  • Pallante, Anthony; Bronco Billís Loot, Lost Treasure Magazine, February, 1998.

  • Parmer, Oliver and O'Donnell, Kathleen; How We Trapped the Deadly Border Bandits; Startling Detective Magazine; March 1936

  • Peterson, Bruce A.; Sky Island Righteousness above a Desert of Sin: "Donnellite" Seeds in Sunnyside Canyon; Arizona State University

  • Sheldon, Howard A.; Grand Canyon Caverns: One of Arizonaís Natural Wonders.

  • Varney, Philip; Arizona Ghost Towns and Mining Camps; 2006; Arizona Highways, Phoenix, AZ

  • Wood, Ted; Ghosts of the Southwest, The Phantom Gunslinger and Other Real- Life Hauntings; 1997; Walker & Company, New York, NY.

  • Newman, Rob; "Highway Haunts," Route 66 Magazine, Summer, 2001

Websites:

Arizona Journal

City of Holbrook

Coin World

Cool Springs

Desert USA

Grand Canyon Caverns

Kick's on Arizona's Route 66

Kingman Tourism

Lost Treasure Magazine

Mohave Museum of History & Arts

Red Garter Bed & Bakery

Tombstone Times

Williams Chamber of Commerce

 

 

 

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