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Landlord of Tucson (access required)

This 1937 photo of a mission roadhouse once owned by Tucson developer Leopold Carrillo reveals little about its builder; much about the ravages of time. Note the pair of long johns at left center draped over the chicken wire fence, and the collection of discarded odds and ends strewn about the yard. Deteriorating adobe marks ...

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