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  • By David Leighton Arizona Daily Star

Arizona pioneer spent most of his career in mining and law enforcement.

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

Faced challenges with steadfastness and humor.

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

OK Corral shooter John Ringo was drinker, gambler ... and constable?

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

The name of a fast-growing Southern Arizona town may be a long-held misspelling.

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

Emery Park started as place for people to live, raise poultry

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

Before he was governor, Sam Goddard developed subdivision with large lots, big setbacks

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

Potter Place honors former girls school, wealthy couple that started it.

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

Old-money support helps create The Gregory School

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

Many of many talents, interests remembered with midtown street

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

Maclovio R. “Mac” Barraza began working in mines at 11.

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

Salvaged bell was originally part of the USS Arizona, hit hard during the attack on Pearl Harbor.

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

Former UA president Koffler started development to keep former academics, executives sharp.

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

"Red" Russell started the power company - and had a business selling electrical supplies from the lobby

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

Early Mayor “Gus” Hoff made sidewalks, streets a priority.

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

Businessman Columbus Glasmann was brewer, saloon keeper, rancher, manager and real estate investor.

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

News of possible Hughes Aircraft plant sparked land rush that benefitted sleepy Tucson

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

One is east-west, the other north-south, but in early Tucson they were one and the same.

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

Osborne Avenue is named for William Osborn. Oops.

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

In 1897, border towns had 2,000 people on each side of line.

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  • By David Leighton For the Arizona Daily Star

Starr Pass Road was originally called the Quijotoa Toll Road.