Emery Park started as place for people to live, raise poultry
Before he was governor, Sam Goddard developed subdivision with large lots, big setbacks
Potter Place honors former girls school, wealthy couple that started it.
Old-money support helps create The Gregory School
Many of many talents, interests remembered with midtown street
Maclovio R. “Mac” Barraza began working in mines at 11.
Salvaged bell was originally part of the USS Arizona, hit hard during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Former UA president Koffler started development to keep former academics, executives sharp.
"Red" Russell started the power company - and had a business selling electrical supplies from the lobby
Early Mayor “Gus” Hoff made sidewalks, streets a priority.
Businessman Columbus Glasmann was brewer, saloon keeper, rancher, manager and real estate investor.
News of possible Hughes Aircraft plant sparked land rush that benefitted sleepy Tucson
One is east-west, the other north-south, but in early Tucson they were one and the same.
Osborne Avenue is named for William Osborn. Oops.
In 1897, border towns had 2,000 people on each side of line.
Starr Pass Road was originally called the Quijotoa Toll Road.
Sawtelle let county build road on his land without financial compensation.
Popular four-time mayor once got 100 of 101 votes cast.
News in 1911 that Tucson would be the terminal of the El Paso & Southwestern Railroad led to public celebration and congratulation.
Road was the starting point from Tucson for people heading north.