Al Richmond collection. Series 3, 1975-1985.


Al Richmond collection. Series 3, 1975-1985.

Al Richmond collection. Series 3, 1975-1985.

These ten interviews discuss the narrators' association with the Grand Canyon Railway line from Williams, Arizona to the Grand Canyon. Other topics discussed include occupational work such as lumbering, ranching, railroading, and the developing of towns and the region.

9 interviews.

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