Snapshot Expeditions
*** Images from the past reborn ***

Tourist Adventures ~ Western Navajo Reservation ~ Colorado Plateau
Photographs from 1920s and 1930s


Hello and welcome to Snapshot Expeditions ~ a new adventure in photography and the experience of early motoring tourists in the Southwest during the 1930s.


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About Snapshot Expeditions
On the Road
Road to Tuba
Navajo National Monument
Wetherill Trading Post
Lee's Ferry

For  information on the Charles Clock family and early photographs of Redlands, California go to: Friends Page




This site has been developed around photographs  from my family album ~ one-of-a-kind snapshots of  tourist adventures taken seventy years ago featuring the Four Corners region and Colorado Plateau..   

Petrified Pumpkin Patch, Old Highway 89

If you're like me, you are intrigued and fascinated  with old photographs, curious about the way things were ~ and how they have changed.  Through this site, I am sharing the snapshots taken by my family during the 1920s and 1930s and  the re-photographs I have taken of the places they visited.  Join me in the tourist adventure down back roads and dirt tracks.  Trek along on a journey to some places no longer on the map!

For the past several years I have taken these snapshots and attempted to follow in the photographer's footsteps.  The journey has brought with it many surprises, a few disappointments, and continuing mystery ~ place names have changed, new roads have been built, old buildings destroyed.  But the adventures ~ old and new ~ never end.




Copyright 2001 ~ Terree Duncan ~ All Rights Reserved

Page Last Edited:  10/12/2005  

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