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    • Portrait of Olivas Women, circa 1890s

    • Portrait of Olivas Women, circa 1890s
    • Gallego
    • Portrait Photography; Mexican Americans--History; Helvetia (Ariz.); Women--Southwest
    • This portrait is of Isabel Olivas Sanchez, Cruz Olivas de Lopez (mother of Eloisa Lopez) and Matilde Olivas de Ruelas (Sr. Feliz Ruelas). This photo was taken in Helvetia, Arizona, circa 1890s.
    • Brown Family at Mining Site, late 1890s

    • Brown Family at Mining Site, late 1890s
    • Unknown
    • Portrait Photography; Mexican Americans--History; Arizona; Miners
    • This is a picture of the Brown family at an unidentified mining site in the southern Arizona area, taken in the late 1890s. Included in the image are Refugio (Ruth) Brown (left), Alejandro Brown and Refugio Carrizosa Brown.
    • Group Portrait in the Backyard of the the Amado home, circa 1890s

    • Group Portrait in the Backyard of the the Amado home, circa 1890s
    • Unknown
    • Portrait Photography; Mexican Americans--History; Arizona
    • This portrait was taken in the backyard of the Amado home at 443 South Stone in Tucson, circa 1890s. Included in the image, from left to right, are: two unidentified persons, Ismaela Amado, Emilia Amado, Antonio Amado, Alberto Amado and Isabel...
    • Group portrait of Women, circa 1890s

    • Group portrait of Women, circa 1890s
    • Unknown
    • Portrait Photography; Mexican Americans--History; Arizona; Women--Southwest
    • This portrait is of a group of women in formal dresses, taken in the 1890s. The only woman identified in the image is Emilia Amado Gil (lower right).
    • Portrait of Urias Family, 1890s

    • Portrait of Urias Family, 1890s
    • Unknown
    • Portrait Photography; Mexican Americans--History; Arizona
    • This is a portrait of the Urias Family, taken circa 1890s. Included in the image are Angela Garcia Urias (seated at the center) holding the baby, Maria Luisa Monreal, on her lap. Standing on the right is Virginia Urias, holding child Guadalupe...
    • Lumber Wagon, circa 1890s

    • Lumber Wagon, circa 1890s
    • Unknown
    • Portrait Photography; Mexican Americans--History; Tucson, (Ariz.); Wagon trains
    • This picture is of a lumber wagon, taken in Tucson, circa the 1890s. A First National Bank (two story building) is on the right.
    • Hattie Josephine Williams (1875-1966)

    • Hattie Josephine Williams (1875-1966)
    • Unknown
    • Goldwater family
    • Barry Goldwater's mother in her early years boarding a train. She was born in Illinois, grew up in Nebraska, trained as a nurse, and arrived in Phoenix in 1903 with the diagnosis of tuberculosis. Known for her independence and venturesome spirit,...
    • September 30

    • September 30
    • Unknown
    • Neal, William
    • On this date in 1936, William Neal died at age 87. Neal carried mail between Tucson and Mammoth for 42 years and built the Mountain View Hotel at Oracle in 1894. This photo, taken sometime in the 1890s, shows Neal with a wagon in front of the Park...
    • November 29

    • November 29
    • Unknown
    • Mormons--Arizona--St. David
    • On this date in 1877, the first Mormon settlers arrived on the San Pedro River and established what is now the town of Saint David. This early 1890s photo shows a pioneer family.
    • Portrait of Lupe Rivera and Company, 1890s

    • Portrait of Lupe Rivera and Company, 1890s
    • Unknown
    • Portrait Photography; Mexican Americans--History; Arizona; Women--Southwest
    • This is a portrait of Lupe Rivera (center) and company. She was the grandmother of the wife of Dr. Juan Nunez.
    • National Bank of Arizona, ca. 1890

    • National Bank of Arizona, ca. 1890
    • Unknown
    • Jewish life;
    • The National Bank of Arizona in Phoenix, as seen in the 1890s. Emil Ganz, Confederate war veteran and three-time mayor of Phoenix, was president of the bank at this time. Ganz had a successful career in the hotel and banking business, and his...

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