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    • Arizona Highways, August 1996

    • Arizona Highways, August 1996
    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, August 1996

      Contents:
      p. 2 Along the Way, Fly Fishing Tips Beginners Won’t Find in How-to Books, by Peter Aleshire.
      p. 3 Letters to the Editor.
      p. 4 The Irresistible Challenge of the Wild Rio Colorado, by...
    • Ellsworth Family History, Part 1

    • Ellsworth Family History, Part 1
    • Ellsworth, Pete
    • Mormon handcart companies; Mormon Pioneers--Arizona--Biography, Ellsworth, Edmund Lovell, 1819-1893; Ellsworth, Whitney, 1908-1980; Frontier and Pioneer Life -- Arizona; Show Low (Ariz.)--History; Cowboys, Indians; Cowboys--Arizona--Humor;
    • Part 1: Pete Ellsworth's great grandfather Edmund Ellsworth came in a handcart company to Salt Lake City, Utah. Brigham Young then sent him to the Show Low area of Arizona in the 1880's. Pete's grandfather, Abner, was born in Show Low in 1895. ...
    • Nikolaus Family History, Part 1

    • Nikolaus Family History, Part 1
    • Nikolaus, Leland
    • Oral histories; Navajo County; Biography; Show Low (Ariz.); Mormon Pioneers--Arizona; Small business--Arizona
    • Part 1: At the time of this interview, Leland Nikolaus was 90 years old, and had the distinction of being the oldest living resident having been born in Show Low, Arizona. Leland's grandfather, Franz Ludwig Nikolaus, born in 1858, emigrated from...
    • The Baronial Mansion at Lowell Observatory

    • The Baronial Mansion at Lowell Observatory
    • Unknown
    • Baronial Mansion; Dwellings
    • Percival Lowell and his secretary Wrexie Leonard lived in the Baronial Mansion. Construction began in 1894 and over the years it was expanded from a four-room cottage. By the time of Lowell's death in 1916, it had eighteen rooms. The original...
    • Baronial Mansion from the West

    • Baronial Mansion from the West
    • Unknown
    • Baronial Mansion; Dwellings; Lowell, Percival
    • Percival Lowell and his secretary Wrexie Leonard lived in the Baronial Mansion. Construction began in 1894 and over the years it was expanded from a four-room cottage. By the time of Lowell's death in 1916, it had eighteen rooms. The original...
    • Baronial Mansion from the Front

    • Baronial Mansion from the Front
    • Unknown
    • Baronial Mansion; Dwellings; Lowell, Percival
    • Percival Lowell and his secretary Wrexie Leonard lived in the Baronial Mansion. Construction began in 1894 and over the years it was expanded from a four-room cottage. By the time of Lowell's death in 1916, it had eighteen rooms. The original...
    • Baronial Mansion Guest Bedroom

    • Baronial Mansion Guest Bedroom
    • Unknown
    • Baronial Mansion; Guest room; Lowell Observatory
    • Baronial Mansion Guest Room. Percival Lowell and his secretary Wrexie Leonard lived in the Baronial Mansion. Construction began in 1894 and over the years it was expanded from a four-room cottage. By the time of Lowell's death in 1916, it had...
    • Baronial Mansion Den Fireplace

    • Baronial Mansion Den Fireplace
    • Unknown
    • Baronial Mansion; Dwellings; Lowell Observatory
    • Percival Lowell and his secretary Wrexie Leonard lived in the Baronial Mansion. Construction began in 1894 and over the years it was expanded from a four-room cottage. By the time of Lowell's death in 1916, it had eighteen rooms. The original...
    • Photograph of four-room school house built in 1919

    • Photograph of four-room school house built in 1919
    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photograph
    • B&W Photograph of four-room school built in 1919 to upgrade from the old church house where school was previously held. There were three teachers, one per room, and the fourth room was used for band or orchestra. By 1926, grades included to the...

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