A University of Arizona student mails back his draft card to the Selective Service System while other anti-war demonstrators watch on October 20, 1967. The draft protest in front of the local Selective Service office at 129 S. Scott Ave. brought out about 60 demonstrators.
University of Arizona Dean of Men, Robert Svob, speaks to protestors against Dow Chemical on November 2, 1967.
Protestors against Dow Chemical, who are the same ones that picketed the local draft board, gathered in the U of A mall, and outside the Administration Building on November 2, 1967.
Hopefully, this parade participant walking along Church Ave. in the 1974 Tucson Rodeo Parade found what she was seeking.
Club de Charros de Tucson performs during the 1974 Tucson Rodeo Parade in downtown Tucson.
The Willcox High School marching band on Church Ave during the 1974 Tucson Rodeo Parade.
Feb. 26, 1968 Tucson Rodeo Parade equipment custodian Harry Blacklidge, 85 years old and Tucson-born, takes over the reins of the artificial horses hitched to the famous Maximilian coach as its storage site at the Parade Museum.
Erni and Rose Cabat enjoyed 58 years of marriage together. He died in 1994.
SAbino Canyon — 1972Heavy rains flooded Sabino Canyon on Dec. 29, 1972. Forty-four people were evacuated from the canyon and search teams rescued a 15-year-old from the floodwaters.
The old YMCA building at Court and Congress on Oct. 7, 1966. It was demolished to make way for the new Pima County complex, including Superior Court and county administration.
Sign bids visitors welcome to Rillito north of Tucson in Sept. 1969. Photo by Bruce Hopkins / Tucson Citizen
John Arnold, left, director of Pima County poverty program, sits with Ronnie Tamplin in the bedroom of his family's home in Rillito. Arnold did a census of families in rural poverty in 1968, He found that farmworkers were constantly on the move between Santa Cruz and Pima counties. He estima…
Farmworkers lived in dilapidated homes in Rillito in Sept. 1969. Photo by Bruce Hopkins / Tucson Citizen
The Tamplin's tiny three room shack in Marana, which housed two adults and 12 children. Photo by Bruce Hopkins / Tucson Citizen
Mrs. Wincher, an aide with the Marana Community Council, sorts through clothes at a thrift shop in Sept. 1969, in this photo that was published in the Tucson Citizen's series on poverty. Photo by Bruce Hopkins / Tucson Citizen
Katherine Tamplin in the kitchen of her family's home in Marana, along I-10 north of Tucson, in Sept, 1969. She and husband David and 12 children lived in a three room home. One of those rooms was the kitchen. There was no hot water and a community toilet outside. Photo by Bruce Hopkins / Tu…
Students file into Arizona Stadium on May 31, 1967, for commencement. Photo taken looking north. The Santa Catalina Mountains are in the distance.
Tucson artist Ted DeGrazia received the Alumni Achievement Award from UA president Dr. Richard Harvill at the commencement on May 31, 1967.
Faculty and students file into Arizona Stadium for commencement on May 31, 1967.
El Con mall in January, 1972, shortly after it was enclosed
after more than 10 years as an open-air mall.