100 East Arizona Street
Holbrook, AZ , 86025-2602
Phone: (928) 524-6558
The museum represents the early lives of different cultures, settlers, ranchers, homemakers, teachers, government officials, bankers, mercantile proprietors, and other businessmen and women.
Hours of operation: Open daily from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, and closed holidays.
Admission is free and donations are welcome. Plenty of free parking on street in front of the museum.
The penny machine is located to the left as you enter the museum from Arizona street. Designs all have a beaded border and cost 51cents.
1. (V) U.S. Highway shield with 'Historic Route 66 Holbrook, AZ'.
2. (H) A dinosaur in front of a mountain and two palm trees with 'Holbrook, AZ".
3. (H) The historic court house with 'Holbrook, AZ'.
4. (H) A petrified log in front of two hills with 'Petrified Forest Arizona'.
Reverse side: "Navajo County Historical Society"
G.P.S. coordinates: Latitude: N34° 54' 11.2458" Longitude: W110° 9' 27.813"
4/29/19 - rolled on coppers, small, sharp, pointy tail. Otherwise pressed well on coppers. PK. TEC #4913