Back Issues of Arizona Highways Magazine

Back Issues Available

I have an extensive Arizona Highways Magazine collection and have back issues for sale.  Most of the issues in stock are from the mid 1950's to 2007.

 

Arizona Highways web site:  http://www.arizonahighways.com/

 

A complete list of Individuals will Arizona Highways back issues is located on the Arizona Highways Magazine site:

 http://azhighways.com/subscribe/backissues.asp 

 

 

 

Arizona Highways Special 90 Anniversary Editions

 

http://www.shoparizonahighways.com/90th-anniversary-issue-hardbound

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Apache Trail (Images of America: Arizona) (Paperback)
 
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UPCOMING EVENTS

“A Century of Change – From Dusty Trails to Superhighways”

ARIZONA HISTORY CONVENTION 2020

 

When

April 16-18, 2020
Casino Del Sol
Tucson, Arizona

 

What

The history of the Arizona’s highway system is an amazing story that transformed the state into the mega tourist
destination of today. When explorers first entered the territory, access was achieved by foot or horseback. There
were no paths or trails to follow, as more people started to visit the area, a series of dusty trails were worn into the
rugged ground. As time and technology advanced, so too did Arizona’s road system.

 

Who

Richard L. Powers, PE

First Friday: The Oscar Lyons: Father/Son Road Pioneer

 

When

May 13, 2020  (6:30 pm)

Bullion Plaza Cultural Museum

 

What

Roadbuilding Pioneers presentation

 

Transportation historian Rick Powers gives us another great story, this time about a father and son from our area... the father helped build the first roads, and the son became an engineer and helped build the first highways.

First Friday programs are co-hosted by Gila County Historical Museum in Globe and Bullion Plaza Cultural Center & Museum in Miami. These programs are always free.

 

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When

TBD

 

Where

 

 

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Gateway to the Copper Corridor - March 2015

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