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Arizona women shaped the state from frontier days to the present (access required)

Arizona territorial historian and pioneer Sharlot Hall is pictured circa-1935 at her home in Prescott. Hall, who also served as a lobbyist and presidential elector, agreed in 1927 to house her collection of historical artifacts and documents in the old Governor’s Mansion in Prescott, turning it into a museum.Call them Arizona’s team of all-stars. From ...

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This is Tombstone’s Oriental Saloon, photographed in the 1930s after its conversion for use as a drug store.

The Oriental Saloon (access required)

Owned by Jim Vizina, its bar and restaurant rented to Cochise County Supervisor M.E. (Milt) Joyce, the Oriental was considered Tombstone’s finest saloon. “Last evening,” ...