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Browsing items in: American Flag Ranch and Acadia Ranch - The Story of Oracle's Post Offices

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    • Rodeo champions!

    • 1956
    • Rodeos--Arizona
    • Wilma Huggett and unidentified man, 1956 University of Arizona Rodeo Champions.
    • Rodeo royalty

    • 1950 ca.
    • Rodeos--Arizona
    • Wilma Huggett (top) as Rodeo Queen with unidentified companions. Wilma was named queen of the Tucson Rodeo in the 1950s.
    • Boy on horse

    • No date
    • Ranch life--Arizona--Pinal County
    • Boy on horse with lasso. Note old car in background with lasso hanging over door.
    • Cowboys

    • No date
    • Ranch life--Arizona--Pinal County
    • Unidentified cowboys and their horses.
    • American Flag Ranch corrals

    • No date
    • Ranch life--Arizona--Pinal County
    • American Flag Ranch corrals with cattle inside and a horse outside. In the late 1870s Isaac Lorraine of Martinique began mining near the present day town of Oracle in Pinal County. He developed the American Flag Mine, as well as the American Flag...
    • Behind Oracle Post Office and General Merchandise store, 1909

    • 1909-04-04
    • Ranch life--Arizona--Pinal County
    • This is a rear view of the Oracle Post Office and General Merchandise store. Corrals are in the foreground and tent houses stretch out to the right. In 1906 John Estil sold the store to Thomas V. McCauley, who served as Oracle's postmaster from...
    • American Flag Ranch corral today

    • 2010-11-05
    • Ranch life--Arizona--Pinal County
    • The corral in American Flag today. The American Flag Ranch and corral are now maintained by the Oracle Historical Society.
    • Woman on horseback

    • 1910-01
    • Ranch life--Arizona--Pinal County
    • This is possibly Ora Ramsay, holding a rifle, overlooking Apache Peak in Oracle.
    • Wilma and Bingo

    • 1936 - 1937
    • Ranch life--Arizona--Pinal County
    • Inga Johnson (left) with Wilma Hugget and her dog Bingo at the 3C Ranch corrals during branding.
    • 3C Ranch

    • No date
    • Ranch life--Arizona--Pinal County
    • View from the 3C Ranch.
    • Acadia around 1908

    • 1908 ca.
    • Ranch houses--Arizona
    • Looking at the Acadia Ranch from across the street. Tent house to right of the main building. Edwin S. Dodge, Oracle's second postmaster, moved to Oracle in 1880 and called his ranch "Acadia" after his home in Nova Scotia. Acadia Ranch housed the...

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