Printed on premium quality, glossy, photo paper
Available in 3 sizes
Printed in the USA
Coolidge is also home to the Casa Grande Union High School District, which includes Coolidge High School. Coolidge was founded in 1891 as a railroad town along the Southern Pacific Railroad line between Phoenix and Tucson. It was named for President Calvin Coolidge, who had been sworn into office earlier that year. The city's economy grew with the arrival of farming communities from Missouri and Arkansas during World War I; these settlers were attracted by advertisements for fertile farm land in Arizona Territory (the ads were placed by speculators). In 1924, local farmers formed a cooperative association called "Associated Farmers", which became one of Arizona's most powerful political forces until it disbanded in 1971 after its leader John Rhodes died while piloting his own plane back from Washington D.C..