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Criticizing Coolidge (access required)

Coolidge, Ariz. pictured in the early 1940s.In 1935, perhaps half-a-dozen years before this photograph was taken, Arizona Daily Star reporter Bernice Cosulich took a road trip through rural Arizona. At Coolidge, she noted that Nowell Motor Company was “putting up” a new Chevrolet agency and George A. Muak was constructing an “up-to-date” motion picture theater. ...

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