As much as we love the
"American Old West"
the very things we love
about it are disappearing every day.
the stories of the old west,
straight from the
"People Who Have Kept
Spirit of the Old West Alive"
Join us as
we interview and record oral histories before
they fade away...
Our first interview is with the man
who has done the most to promote and preserve Arizona history in the
last four decades, Marshall Trimble.
Born in Ash Fork, he has lived and taught Arizona History and is
recognized as the leading authority and holds the position of Arizona
But how much do you actually know
Come sit with us for an hour or two as he tells us about his life and
did he learn so much about Arizona and what about this state has
thrilled him the most.
Here about all of the interesting characters in Arizona history he has
met and his impressions of their significance in history.
If you enjoy Arizona history this is a
must see event!
located at 16641 N 91st St. Scottsdale AZ 85260
Take 101 to Bell Road east to 91st St south.
This state of the art building houses the
Bison Museum upstairs and has a beautiful western theatre downstairs
that seats about 150 and still has room for displays and a bar.
Marshall Trimble, an
native is one of the state's most popular and colorful personalities.
He’s the state’s favorite native son and is often referred to as the
‘Will Rogers of
Arizona.’ He surely is one who has
"Kept the Spirit of the Old West Alive"
honored on November 5th, 2008 6-9pm at the Bison Western Museum
#2 Bob Boze Bell
native, Bob Boze
Bell grew up in Kingman Arizona, a unique small town that must have much
to do with shaping his uniquely interesting personality. Bob has been
cartoonist, radio talk show host, artist, author, historian and most
recently graphic novelist. Bob is well known and respected in old west
history circles as the one who saved True West Magazine from a sure
death and always wanting to find the truth of any matter. He has opened
many a debate about old west history going so far as to travel to remote
locations and measure and re-step history to try and prove or disprove
what has been written. Bob not only writes about the old west, he draws
it, paints it and sweats it!
Bob Boze Bell
honored on November 19th, 2008 6-9pm at the Bison Western Museum