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A postcard featuring hieroglyphics painted two miles outside of Adamana, Arizona. Now a ghost town with only four inhabited buildings, Adamana was once home to 30 families, and had a hotel until 1965 and a post office until 1969. It was known as the…

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A postcard depicting a Navajo Basket Weaver near Adamana, Arizona. Now a ghost town with only four inhabited buildings, Adamana was once home to 30 families, and had a hotel until 1965 and a post office until 1969. It was known as the "Gateway to the…

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A postcard showing a petrified forest just outside of Adamana, Arizona. Now a ghost town with only four inhabited buildings, Adamana was once home to 30 families, and had a hotel until 1965 and a post office until 1969. It was known as the "Gateway…

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A postcard showing sandstone formations in petrified forests, just outside of Adamana, Arizona. Now a ghost town with only four inhabited buildings, Adamana was once home to 30 families, and had a hotel until 1965 and a post office until 1969. It was…

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A postcard shows petrified bridge tree, near Adamana, Arizona. Now a ghost town with only four inhabited buildings, Adamana was once home to 30 families, and had a hotel until 1965 and a post office until 1969. It was known as the "Gateway to the…

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A postcard showing ranchers branding calves in Adamana, Arizona. Now a ghost town with only four inhabited buildings, Adamana was once home to 30 families, and had a hotel until 1965 and a post office until 1969. It was known as the "Gateway to the…

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A postcard featuring hieroglyphics showing the Original Stork, near Adamana, Arizona. Now a ghost town with only four inhabited buildings, Adamana was once home to 30 families, and had a hotel until 1965 and a post office until 1969. It was known as…

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A postcard depicting the Painted Desert in Adamana, Arizona. The first known Europeans to discover the desert were part of Francisco Vázquez de Coronado's (1510-1554) expedition party in 1540.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept…