Where is This?

How to enter our monthly contest. Plus, see last month's winner.

July 2020 Contest

Where is this?

Hint:

History has failed to record how many great escapes, if any, took place at this lockup in a Southeastern Arizona mining town. Named for a miner who came there from nearby Tombstone, the town still has a handful of residents and is known for a historic building with an elaborate tin facade.

By Noah Austin | Photo by Eirini Pajak

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To enter, correctly identify the location pictured at left and email your answer to [email protected] — type “Where Is This?” in the subject line. Entries can also be sent to 2039 W. Lewis Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85009 (write “Where Is This?” on the envelope). Please include your name, address and phone number. One winner will be chosen in a random drawing of qualified entries. Entries must be postmarked by July 15, 2020. Only the winner will be notified. The correct answer will be posted in our September 2020 issue and online beginning August 15, 2020.

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MaY 2020 Answer & Winner

Cedar Springs. Congratulations to our winner, Jim Gaskell of Green Valley, Arizona.

Where is this?

Hint:

The history of this site on the Navajo Nation includes a famous family of traders and a connection to a grisly murder. The site itself gets its name from the colloquial name for the trees found in the area.

By Noah Austin | Photo by Eirini Pajak

 

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