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    • William Kitt, 1843-1904

    • Elite Studio
    • Kitt, William
    • Studio portrait of William Kitt. William Kitt was born in England, where he managed a dry goods firm before immigrating to the U.S. in 1881 with his wife, Mary Phillipa Roskruge. After settling in Tucson, he developed a dry goods store which became...
    • William Zeckendorf, 1842-1935

    • Unknown
    • Zeckendorf, William
    • Studio portrait of William Zeckendorf. William Zeckendorf was a member of the 8th Legislature of Arizona.
    • Bettina Donau Steinfeld, 1862-1936

    • Rinehart, A. E.
    • Steinfeld, Albert, 1854-1935--Family.; Steinfeld, Bettina Donau, 1862-1936.
    • Studio portrait of Bettina Donau Steinfeld. In 1883, she married Albert Steinfeld in Denver, Colorado. Bettina and her husband helped to organize the first Jewish synagogue in Tucson.
    • Albert Steinfeld, 1854-1935

    • Rinehart, A. E.
    • Steinfeld, Albert, 1854-1935
    • Studio portrait of Albert Steinfeld. A native of Germany, he owned the department store Steinfeld's which became a landmark of downtown Tucson for more than a century.
    • Samuel Hughes, 1829-1917

    • Buehman & Co.
    • Hughes, Samuel
    • Studio portrait of Samuel Hughes. Sam Hughes' family emigrated from Wales to Pennsylvania when he was eight years old. He came to Tucson in 1858 because of his health, starting out as a butcher selling meat wholesale and retail. He organized the...
    • Charles Hermann Meyer, 1829-1907

    • Buehman Studios
    • Meyer, Charles Hermann
    • Studio portrait of Charles Hermann Meyer. German-born Meyer made his mark in Tucson as Justice of the Peace. He served continuously in that office or as City Recorder from 1864 to 1903.
    • Jenny Migel Drachman, 1859-1927

    • Buehman, Henry, 1851-1912
    • Drachman, Jenny Migel
    • Studio portrait of Jenny Migel Drachman. Jenny Migel was born in Russia, but raised in San Bernardino, California, where she married Samuel Drachman at the age of 17.
    • Samuel H. Drachman, 1837-1911

    • Unknown
    • Drachman, Samuel
    • Studio portrait of Samuel Harris Drachman. Born in Petrokoy, Russian Poland, Drachman came to the United States when he was 18 years old. He established himself in the tobacco and cigar business in Tucson and Phoenix.
    • Mariano Samaniego, 1844-1907

    • Unknown
    • Samaniego, Mariano G.
    • Studio portrait of Mariano Samaniego. He served four terms in the Territorial Legislature, was a member of the Board of Regents of the University of Arizona, and was President of the Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society. Mariano married Dolores...
    • Sidney Randolph De Long, 1828-1914

    • Unknown
    • De Long, Sidney Randolph
    • Studio portrait of Sidney Randolph De Long. A native of New York, Sidney De Long was the first elected Mayor of Tucson.
    • Maria Wakefield Fish, 1845-1909

    • Flanders, D.P.
    • Fish, Maria Wakefield
    • Studio portrait of Maria Wakefield Fish. She was the first professionally trained public school teacher in Arizona and the Wakefield Middle School in Tucson is named for her.
    • Wiley Box, 1837-1913

    • Unknown
    • Box, Wiley.; African-American pioneers -- Arizona -- Tucson.
    • Studio portrait of Wiley Box. Having a multiracial background, Box may have been the first pioneer of African-American descent in Tucson.
    • William Cross Davis, 1842-1902

    • Unknown
    • Davis, William Cross
    • Studio portrait of William Cross Davis. A native of Pennsylvania, William Davis came to Tucson in 1869. He was instrumental in developing Tucson's school system and was a past president of the Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society.
    • Edward Nye Fish, 1827-1914

    • Edouart & Cobb
    • Fish, Edward Nye
    • Studio portrait of Edward Nye Fish. Edward Fish operated mercantile stores in Florence and Calabasas, the Eagle Mill in Tucson, and the E.N. Fish Company at the corner of Main and Congress. After his first wife died, he married Maria Wakefield, a...
    • Frederick Fleishman, ca. 1857-1924

    • Buehman, Henry, 1851-1912
    • Fleishman, Frederick
    • Studio portrait of Frederick Fleishman with his wife, Carlota Meyer. Born in California, Frederick Fleishman came to Tucson in 1880. Frederick Fleishman was the first president of the Territory Board of Pharmacy, as well as a director and...
    • Gustav A. Hoff, 1852-1930

    • Unknown
    • Hoff, Gustav A., 1852-1950 -- Photographs.
    • Picture taken of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav A. Hoff standing outside. Mr. Hoff came to Tucson in 1878. He was mayor of Tucson from 1900 to 1904 and managed the L.H. Manning and Company for 25 years.

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