I love the gorgeous photographs found every month in this beloved publication: Arizona Highways. Just look at the Front inside and the back inside covers! Pretty enough to frame, and indeed I have framed a few over the years.
And I never tire of looking at the old ones, even though the new one keep coming! Now I am sharing some of my collection as we downsize.
This one is September 1979. It is in wonderful condition, clean, no odors, no tears. A nice 41 year old publication for you to reminisce and enjoy...
This months articles:
Men, Myths, And Rituals By Maggie Wilson
----The ceremonial year of the Hopi by Jo Mora, as he lived it, photographed it, and painted it at the turn of the century.
Those Dam People by Ginger Hutton
----Isolated and loving it, the keepers of the dams find happiness on the edge of civilization.
Ray Manley Country: a special full color portfolio of some of his best Arizona photographs
The Lovely Lady of the Catalinas by Karen Thure
----The 'Lemmon' offers a variety of high country adventures almost in the heart of Tuscon.
Arizona’s Impossible Railroad by Tosh Plummer
----Rough and ready history of early day railroading in the wilderness of the Bradshaw mountains.
Hours of reading in one magazine.....imagine if you bought a few! We will combine shipping.