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  • By David Leighton For The Arizona Daily Star

Goyette Avenue, just north of East Grant Road and two blocks east of North Columbus Boulevard, was named in honor of one of Tucson’s most impo…

  • By David Leighton For The Arizona Daily Star

A midtown street gets its name from a writer of scary stories who had no apparent ties to Tucson.

  • By David Leighton For The Arizona Daily Star

One of Tucson’s longest-serving mayors is memorialized with a midtown overpass that bears his name.

  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

Masterson Avenue, named for a famous Wild West sheriff, is in a south-side Tucson neighborhood that could be nicknamed Lawman & Outlaw Square.

  • By David Leighton For The Arizona Daily Star

Levi Marston Prince, or L.M. Prince, was born to Jacob and Anna (Marston) Prince in Falmouth, Maine on Nov. 24, 1828.

  • PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK ESCALANTE JR.

Manuel Escalante Jr. and Florentina Moreno married in 1912, and years later he homesteaded land and ran a farm in the area between what's now …

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Frank Escalante Sr. served in World War II and met his wife, Stephanie, in Austria. The photo is from 1947.

  • David Leighton For The Arizona Daily Star

Running east of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is a street named after a longtime ranching family.

  • PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK ESCALANTE JR.

Manuel Escalante Jr. and Florentina Moreno married in 1912, and years later he homesteaded land and ran a farm in the area between what's now …

  • Submitted Photo

Frank Escalante Sr. served in World War II and met his wife, Stephanie, in Austria. The photo is from 1947.

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  • By David Leighton For The Arizona Daily Star

Running east of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is a street named after a longtime ranching family.

  • David Leighton For The Arizona Daily Star

Running through the middle of the Miles Neighborhood is East Miles Street, named in honor of the man credited with getting Geronimo to surrender.

  • COURTESY OF WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Gen. Nelson A. Miles served in Santiago, Cuba, during the Spanish-American War. Miles was awarded a sword from the people of Arizona and was h…

  • COURTESY OF WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

This picture of Gen. Nelson A. Miles was taken in 1860. He is credited in tracking down Geronimo and the Chiricahua Apaches in Arizona.

  • COURTESY OF WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Gen. Nelson A. Miles served in Santiago, Cuba, during the Spanish-American War. Miles was awarded a sword from the people of Arizona and was h…

  • COURTESY OF WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

This picture of Gen. Nelson A. Miles was taken in 1860. He is credited in tracking down Geronimo and the Chiricahua Apaches in Arizona.

  • COURTESY OF WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Gen. Nelson A. Miles served in Santiago, Cuba, during the Spanish-American War. Miles was awarded a sword from the people of Arizona and was h…

  • COURTESY OF WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

This picture of Gen. Nelson A. Miles was taken in 1860. He is credited in tracking down Geronimo and the Chiricahua Apaches in Arizona.