561 E. Deuce of Clubs
P.O. Box 3468
Show Low, AZ 85902
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Show Low had its beginnings as a ranch claimed by Marion Clark and Corydon E. Cooley. Around 1876, the partners knew that one of them would have to leave. A card game of "7 Up" lasted until Clark told Cooley, "Show Low and you take the ranch!"
An exhibit called "The Last Train to Maverick." This exhibit tells the story of the timber industry in the White Mountains. Built by the Silver Creek Railroad Club.
A new exhibit called "The Jim McCarty Story" tells the story of early Show Low as a developer that loved the pine tree's. Paving the way for future generations to enjoy the beauty of our White Mountains.
An excellent day to mark your calendar to visit the Show Low Historical Museum and our ever changing exhibits that are proudly display in our 6000 sq. ft. building.
This venue will accept your Museum Day Live! ticket on the screen of your smartphone.
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