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(August/September 2013) HERB RINGER REMEMBERS CAMERON, ARIZONA —from the 1940s & 50s

“The first time I stopped at Cameron was when I had my 1946 Ford. It was going to be a long drive, from the South Rim all the way to Kanab. And so my father suggested we stop. We noticed there was a cafe. So, over fried chicken, we had lunch there. We were the only customers on this lovely summer day.

“Mr. Richardson, the old man who owned the place, seemed to take a liking to me and invited me to breakfast. He told me stories of his early days there…”

To read more of Herb’s description and see his photos of Cameron Trading Post, click the image below:


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