Crash-bound over campus — The broken line shows the path across the University of Arizona campus that the jet fighter took before crashing on Highland Avenue.
Flight path — The dark line follows the path of the jet as it headed toward the Air Force base. The letter A shows about where the plane developed engine trouble. B is where it crashed, and C is where it was supposed to land.
Aerial view University of Arizona, Bear Down building and field. Taken at 9:55 am. February 14, 1929.
The Tucson Golf and Country Club was located on East Broadway Boulevard and North Country Club. It had a gravel course, no grass, with greens made with oiled sand. On February 14, 1929 an unknown photographer and or pilot took aerial pictures of the Tucson area with the first known photograp…
The campus of the University of Arizona with the football field directly west of Bear Down gym. On February 14, 1929 an unknown photographer and or pilot took aerial pictures of the Tucson area with the first known photograph taken around 9:50 am and the last around 11:40 am. Take note of th…
From this view, Hi Corbett Field, bottom, can be seen with the newly developed Colonia Solana and El Encanto Estates to the north. To the east of El Encanto is the El Conquistador Hotel and its water tower across the street. To the west on the edge of the photo is the Tucson Golf and Country…
In 1922 the University of Arizona Polo Team was created as part of the ROTC program. It was the first UA athletic team to be invited to a national championship in 1924 but lost to Princeton. The field, which was located north of East Speedway and west of North Campbell Avenue, made way for t…
The eastern edge of the University of Arizona clearly shows Bear Down Gym, middle, and the tree-encircled Steward Observatory, right. On February 14, 1929 an unknown photographer and or pilot took aerial pictures of the Tucson area with the first known photograph taken around 9:50 am and the…
At one time the once-gracious El Conquistador Hotel offered 70-rooms with private baths, lawns in the front and back, palm trees, 350 varieties of roses all for $9 a day for a single, meals included. Years after the photo was taken a stable with 50 horses was added along with a pool, tennis …
The brand new VA Hospital, which opened on August 18, 1928, was built on 117 acres of donated land along South Sixth Avenue north of Ajo Way. It was meant to house World War I veterans suffering from tuberculosis. The architect, Roy Place, had also designed the Pima County Courthouse. And ye…
Assistant Head Coach Moe Ankney shares a light moment with participants at the UA's football camp, June 17, 1982. Arizona Daily Star file photo by Jack Sheaffer file # 27522
Three months after taking over the restaurant she helped launch four years ago, owner Sandy Ford on Wednesday closed The Abbey.
In this 2008 file photo, Aldo awaits a blessing at St. Rita in the Desert, 13260 E. Colossal Cave Rd.
A water skiier on Golder Lake near the dam in the 1960s. At the time, Lloyd III Golder, who developed the lake, said he expected the water level to hit a depth of 105 feet and wanted to stock it with catfish and bass. It expected it to be a 260-acre recreational lake that cost more than $1 million.
Excavation for the construction of Golder Dam in September, 1963. Lloyd Golder III who developed Golder Lake, said he expected the water level to hit a depth of 105 feet and wanted to stock it with catfish and bass. It expected it to be a 260-acre recreational lake that cost more than $1 mil…
Gov. Jan Brewer has issued a proclamation congratulating Beads of Courage, Inc., a Tucson-based nonprofit, for outstanding contributions to children coping with serious illness, their families and the health care providers who care for them.Beads of Courage provides arts-in-medicine programs…
Art Luppino, UA football halfback 1956. Daily Star file
Calvin Baker, superintendent of the Vail School District.
This week’s rain will have less impact on the state’s wineries because most had finished the harvest.
A family learns how to install a child seat properly with the help of trained technicians.
Solar Panels at the TEP Solar Test Yard Thursday, November 4, 2010. Photo by Jill Torrance/Arizona Daily Star
Undated file photo of Richard Harvey Chambers.
Undated file photo of Samuel Pearson Goddard Jr.
George Gray, April 23, 1984.
People honoring loved ones who are currently fighting, have survived, or have been lost to cancer hold candles during the Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Southern Arizona’s candle lighting ceremony in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month on the University Medical Center.
The forest restoration project in the Piñalenos is designed in part to improve habitat for endangered Mount Graham red squirrels.
University of Arizona receiver Vance Johnson keeps running against Oregon in 1983. Arizona Daily Star file photo.
Lee Carey, Arizona Daily Star file photo.
Ventana Medical Systems' future distribution center in Marana will be closer to its Oro Valley headquarters, shown above.
Looking westward along Sandy Beach in Puerto Peñasco ("Rocky Point), Sonora, Mexico.
Radish seeds can go in the garden now.
Lead Mechanic David Tapia, left with black hat, mechanic Alex Elias, center with tan hat, and mechanic Adina Cusimano, bottom right, put a recruitment banner on a Sunnyside school bus on August 31, 2010.
Students clashed with Tucson police officers on March 29 .
This is a 1926 Model T Roadster. The car driven by Peter Johnson in this series was a Dodge, probably a touring car since it had a back seat, and was made in 1921 or earlier. However, this gives the reader an idea of what Johnson was driving in the desert on unpaved roads.
In this May file photo, Guadalupe Guerrero, left, sets out a photograph of her son, Carlos LaMadrid and Shena Gutierrez displays a photograph of her husband, Jose Gutierrez in Nogales, Ariz.
Dave Mills, 1961-62 season.
Pima County won two statewide 2014 Project of the Year awards from the Arizona Chapter of the American Public Works Association.The Tres Rios Water Reclamation Facility won in the category of environment, more than $75 million. The Robles Ranch improvements project won in the structures cate…
University of Arizona receiver Vance Johnson keeps running against Oregon in 1983.
Flowing Wells High School football coach Larry Hart in 1978.
Flowing Wells High School fooball coach Larry Hart in 1978.
Tucson High School football coach John Mallamo, ca 1960s. Arizona Daily Star file
University of Arizona football player David Adams, who graduated from Sunnyside High School, during a UA game in 1985.
Charley Foley, left, and Bradley Clark, founders of Flags for the Flagless, raise the Stars and Stripes on the roof of Benjamin Plumbing Supply, 440 N. Seventh Ave. They are on a mission to put bare flagpoles around Tucson to the same use.
Since 1935, the South Tucson bakery has been making its doughnuts with vegetable oil and potato flour, without eggs or dairy products.
Arizona running back Ka'Deem Carey (25) breaks for yardage after hauling in a pass in front of Washington linebacker Travis Feeney (41) during the third quarter of the Arizona Wildcats vs. Washington Huskies college football game Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013, at Husky Stadium in Seattle, Wash.
Top, from left to right: Bennett, Ducey, JonesBottom, from left to right: Melvin, Riggs, Smith, ThomasArizona Daily Star file photos