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    • Acadia around 1908

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    • 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...
    • Buffalo Bill and friends in front of Acadia

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    • Buffalo Bill, 1846-1917
    • Buffalo Bill (William Cody) in front of Acadia cabins with Acadia owners, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur H. Winters (second and third from left). He purchased mining stock in Campo Bonito near Oracle.
    • Pack train in front of Acadia

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    • Freight and freightage--Arizona
    • A small pack train passes by the Acadia Ranch. The buildings across the street are some of the Acadia cabins.
    • Annual report: Morris K. Udall Foundation

    • Morris K. Udall Scholarship and Excellence in National Environmental Policy Foundation
    • College students--Scholarships, fellowships, etc.--United States; Social sciences--Scholarships, fellowships, etc.--United States
    • This title contains one or more publications. Congress established the Foundation in 1992 to honor former Arizona Congressman Udall. The Foundation's goals include promoting the enjoyment and benefit of natural resources, resolving environmental...
    • Acadia Ranch front porch

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    • Ranch houses--Arizona
    • A gramophone on front porch of the Acadia with rocking chairs in the background.
    • Acadia post office door

    • Imholt, Sarah
    • Post office buildings--Arizona
    • Today, the Acadia Ranch is a museum and houses the Oracle Historical Society. The post office door remains inside, with a mail slot and service window.
    • Acadia porch

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    • Ranch houses--Arizona
    • Man reading newspaper in a rocking chair on the Acadia front porch.
    • Acadia cabins in snow

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    • Ranch houses--Arizona
    • Acadia cabins after snowfall in 1909. At more than 4,500 feet, Oracle receives snowfall each year, although it usually does not last long.
    • Burro and wildcat

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    • Postmasters--Arizona; Ranch life--Arizona--Pinal County
    • Future Postmaster John W. Lawson (standing) and Larry Grant (sitting on porch) in front of Acadia cabin. Note the dead wildcat on the burro. This photograph was taken a few years before Lawson became postmaster in 1911.
    • 1907, Oracle territorial cover

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    • Postmarks—Arizona
    • Cover addressed to Phoenix, Arizona, with Oracle cancellation of March 13, 1907. The return address is the Acadia Ranch.
    • Mail sorter

    • Imholt, Sarah
    • Mail sorting
    • Each cubbyhole in this mail sorter had been labeled with the name of a city or region. It is part of an exhibit at the Acadia Ranch Museum.
    • Off for the mines, Oracle, Ariz.

    • Leslie C. Terry and John W. Lawson
    • Postcards--Arizona
    • Postcard image of burros loaded up with equipment. Photograph taken in front of Acadia.
    • Medical facilities by zip code

    • Arizona. Dept. of Health Services. Division of Licensing Services.
    • Hospitals--Arizona--Directories; Health facilities--Arizona--Directories; Nursing homes--Arizona--Directories;
    • 58 pages (PDF version). File size: 316.659 KB. "Tuesday, August 01, 2006"

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