Jim Hinckley's America

Legends of America is proud to partner with award winning Author and Photographer James (Jim) Hinckley. Mr. Hinckley is a former Associate Editor of Cars and Parts Magazine, and author of multiple books. With his love of Route 66 and the American Southwest, Jim's writing and photography are an excellent addition to Legends Of America. Jim says even though he was born in North Carolina, he's a product of the desert southwest, where he currently lives with his wife Judy in Arizona. As a husband and wife photography team, the Hinckleys have a lengthy and colorful resume of work appearing in magazines, books, corporate website and promotional material.

Williams, AZ - Canyon Club

Williams, AZ - Canyon Club

Kingman, AZ -Power House Museum Neon

Kingman, AZ -Power House Museum Neon

Truxton, AZ - Crossing Of The Trails

Truxton, AZ - Crossing Of The Trails

Ludlow, CA- Garage Ruins 66

Ludlow, CA- Garage Ruins 66

Ludlow, CA - National Old Trails Highway

Ludlow, CA - National Old Trails Highway

Ludlow, CA -Route 66

Ludlow, CA -Route 66

Rancho Cucamonga, CA - Foothill BLVD 66-

Rancho Cucamonga, CA - Foothill BLVD 66-

Los Angeles CA - Skyline Time Capsule

Los Angeles CA - Skyline Time Capsule

Los Angeles, CA -Skyline Broadway Ave 66

Los Angeles, CA -Skyline Broadway Ave 66

Monrovia, CA - Historic Aztec Hotel 66

Monrovia, CA - Historic Aztec Hotel 66

Los Angeles, CA - Grand Central Market 66

Los Angeles, CA - Grand Central Market 66

Pasadena, CA - 1957 Saga Motor Hotel

Pasadena, CA - 1957 Saga Motor Hotel

McLean, TX - 66 Wall Mural-2

McLean, TX - 66 Wall Mural-2

McLean, TX - 66 Wall Mural-1

McLean, TX - 66 Wall Mural-1

Oklahoma City, OK - Braum's Bottle

Oklahoma City, OK - Braum's Bottle

Yukon, OK - Welcome

Yukon, OK - Welcome

Pontiac, IL - Courthouse

Pontiac, IL - Courthouse

Carthage, MO - Boots Court

Carthage, MO - Boots Court

Route 66, MO - Along the Route

Route 66, MO - Along the Route

Carthage, MO - Coffee on the Square

Carthage, MO - Coffee on the Square

Guestbook for Jim Hinckley's America
2.James Martin(non-registered)
Wonderful web page and photos Jim. I want to get downtown and photograph the interiors of the old buildings there.
1.Les Ames(non-registered)
Jim,

Good to see some of your work. Reminds me of all the good times I had myself in Arizona. Its been nearly 20 years since I left but my heart still belongs in the desert. Someday I'll gte back there. Good luck and God bless.
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