1900: An Arizona and New Mexico Railroad freight train crashes through a bridge near Clifton. Three people are killed and nine injured.
1910: The Douglas police chief arrests the mayor on a charge of failing to hitch his horse.
Also in 1910: The Hotel Adams in Phoenix is destroyed by fire, with two people killed and the loss estimated at $275,000. Then-Governor and Mrs. Richard Sloan, who were living in the hotel, make their escape without injury.
1931: Nogales dedicates its new international airport.
1940: The University of Arizona radio bureau director says women are too artificial on the air to be successful.
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