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    • Arizona Business Directory 1909-10 (Part 6 of 9) - Arizona Cities P-Y

    • Gazetteer Publishing Co.
    • Arizona -- Directories; El Paso (Tex.) -- Directories; Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Directories; San Francisco (Calif.) -- Directories; Denver (Colo.) -- Directories;
    • This section of the Business Directory coveres the cities Pinetop, Pinto, Placerita, Planet, Polacca, Poland, Pool, Portal, Prescott, Puntenney, Quartzite, Quartz King, Quijotoa, Ray, Redington, Red Rock, Rice, Richinbar, Roosevelt, Rosemont, Round...
    • Arizona Business Directory 1909-10 (Part 5 of 9) - Arizona Cities H-P

    • Gazetteer Publishing Co.
    • Arizona -- Directories; El Paso (Tex.) -- Directories; Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Directories; San Francisco (Calif.) -- Directories; Denver (Colo.) -- Directories;
    • This section of the Business Directory covers the cities Heber, Helvetia, Hereford, Hillside, Holebrook, Holmes, Hooper, Hot Springs, Houck, Huachua, Hubbard, Humboldt, Hunt, Huron, Indian Hot Springs, Iron King, Iron Springs, Jerome, Jersey,...
    • Oral history interview with Bobby Fite

    • Fite, Bobby
    • Civil War; Old Susanberg Trail; Beaverhead Lodge; Hannigan Meadow Lodge
    • Bobby Fite talks about when his family originally came to Alpine, what Alpine was like in the early 1920s, and his family ranch.
    • Arizona Business Directory 1909-10 (Part 3 of 9) - Arizona Cities A-C

    • Gazetteer Publishing Co.
    • Arizona -- Directories; El Paso (Tex.) -- Directories; Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Directories; San Francisco (Calif.) -- Directories; Denver (Colo.) -- Directories;
    • This section of the Business Directory coveres the cities Acme, Adamana, Aqua Caliente, Ajo, Alhambra, Alicia, Alpine, Apache, Aravaipa, Arivaca, Arlington, Ash Fork, Aztec, Bellemont, Bellevue, Benson, Bisbee, Black Warrior, Black Water, Blue,...
    • Ellen McGee

    • Unknown
    • Communications Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Ellen McGee became acting postmistress at Leupp Trading Post in 1967 when her mother-in-law, Lucile, became ill. Officially named postmistress in 1968, she held that position until 1982.
    • Cooley Family History, Part 3

    • Cooley, Anthony
    • Oral histories; Arizona History; Biography; Cooley, Corydon E. (Corydon Eliphalet), 1836-1917; Navajo County (Ariz.); White Mountain Apache Tribe of the Fort Apache Reservation, Arizona; Post offices -- Arizona, 1910-1940; Educators, Indian; Indian...
    • In Part 3, Anthony Cooley continues the Cooley family's history into the next generation. He lists the children of Corydon E. and Mollie and Cora, and briefly summarizes their lives before branching out to give the details of the life of his own...
    • Oral History Interview with Dr. Sam Luce

    • Luce, Dr. Sam
    • San el Defonzo Indian Reservation; Highland University; Estes Park (Colo.)
    • Dr. Sam Luce talks about his family history, his medical practice, and interesting families on the Blue River.
    • Oral history interview with Gary Slaughter

    • Slaughter, Gary
    • Texas John Slaughter; Bush Valley Fort; Mormon Church
    • Gary Slaughter talks about his ancestors homesteading in Alpine, Arizona. He is related to Texas John Slaughter. John Horton Slaughter was a Civil War soldier, Texas Ranger, Indian campaign army scout, and driver on the cattle trails. He served...
    • Big Bug Creek Mining District

    • Arizona Photograph Company
    • Big Bug Creek (Ariz.). Big Bug Creek Mine (Poland, Ariz.) -- Photographs.
    • For a while the post office was actually Theodore Boggs' house. The assistant postmistress, Miss Dawson, delivered the mail herself on horseback throughout the town and surroundings. Gradually the town died when the mines shut down.
    • Sallie Davis Hayden 1842-1907

    • Arizona Quilter's Guild
    • Arizona Women's Hall of Fame
    • Sallie Hayden was the wife of Charles Trumbull Hayden, known for developing Tempe through his mill and ferry. She was a teacher, a postmistress, a local school board member, a campaigner for politicians, an entertainer for suffrage speakers, and...
    • Anna Viola "Ola" Young 1869-1966

    • Arizona Quilter's Guild
    • Arizona Women's Hall of Fame
    • Anna Viola Young transformed Arizona’s Pleasant Valley from a dangerous home for two feuding families to a cattle town. Her father was a neutral figure who helped end the bloody Graham-Tewksbury feud. After the area was safe, he established a...
    • Young, Gila County

    • Unknown
    • Arizona -- History -- To 1912; Postal service -- Arizona – History; Postmarks – Arizona; Cancellations (Philately) – Arizona; Covers (Philately) – Arizona; Postal stationery
    • Cancelled postal stationery entire mailed from Young, Ariz., February 20, 1909. The post office was established on June 25, 1890 and was named "Young" after the family of the first postmistress, Miss Ola Young, daughter of Silas Young, an early...
    • Arrival at Cuprite Mining Camp

    • Unknown
    • Arizona--History--To 1912; Mining camps--Arizona--History
    • The Rae family arrives at the Cuprite Mining Camp from New Jersey in 1903. Left to right: George Rae, Sarah Rae, Jessie Rae, Otto Schley, unknown. Cuprite was part of the Helvetia Mining District, located in the Santa Rita Mountains, south of...
    • Sarah Eveleen Field Rae Schley

    • Unknown
    • Women--Arizona--History-- 1900-1909; Postmasters--1920-1930; Women postal service employees--Arizona;
    • Possibly the wedding portrait of Sarah 'Evie' Field Rae Schley. Wife of Otto Schley, Evie was the postmistress of Vail from 1928-1929. This photograph may have been taken by Albert Buehman.
    • Mary Jane Warner at work in the Vail Post Office

    • Unknown
    • Postmasters--Arizona; Women postal service employees--Arizona; Post office buildings--Arizona;
    • Mary Jane Warner, postmistress from 1934-1973, was one of the longest-serving in that role in the state. She lived in the back of the post office for many years.

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