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    • Charles Blenman, 1859-1936

    • Buehman Studios
    • Pioneers -- Arizona -- Tucson; Blenman, Charles
    • Studio portrait of Charles Blenman. He homesteaded a square mile of land in Tucson and donated a block for a public park, which became Blenman Park. Blenman School is named for him.
    • Charley Williams, 1849-19??

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    • Williams, Charley; Banjo Dick; African-American pioneers -- Arizona -- Tucson.
    • Studio portrait of Charley Williams, also known as "Banjo Dick." He was born in Virginia and lived in California until 1872 when he came to Tucson as a domestic servant. In 1891 he went to Nogales and put up a shoe shining parlor, and played the...

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