Winslow, Arizona: 30-Ft. Skinny Indian Head

Carved from a Ponderosa Pine by Peter "Wolf" Toth in 1974. The dry Arizona air has preserved it.
401 W. 1st St., Winslow, AZ
South edge of town, in a little park along the train tracks on the south side of W. 1st St. at its intersection with N. Berry Ave.
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Indian Head.

Peter Wolf Toth Statue

Located behind the Visitor Center in Winslow is another beautiful Peter Wolf Toth statue. We visited in July 2018.

[Jackie Solomon, 11/27/2018]

This 30-foot-tall sculpture is one of Toth's oldest giant Indian heads, carved in 1974 out of a Ponderosa Pine. The dry Arizona air has preserved it.

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