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Built by Delso Smith as an Army Officer reception center during the Indian wars. Bought by Mr. Schwertner in 1893 and donated to the local Historic Society in 1980.
It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Was constructed by P. Howard Pregenzer and crewIn Memory of P. Howard Pregenzer1894-1980Resident of Willcox, Arizona 1927-1980
Construction began in 1934 and completed in 1936Construction sponsored by the City of Willcox, Arizona in year 1936
On 30 December, 1951, during a routine training flight from Merced, California, to Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, Lt. Robert G. Westlund lost his life when his F-51 "Mustang" fighter plane crashed near Sunset Peak in the Galiuro Mountains northw…
Faraway Ranch represents atransition from the wild, unsettledfrontier to a peaceful cattle andguest ranch of the 20th century.—————————In 1887, shortly after the final surrender of Geronimo, Ne…
They came when only the brave dared come: They stayed where only the valiant could stay. Born in Sweden. Americans by choice - not by accident of birth, they loved their adopted country and served her well.
NeilServed five years in the Army dur…
"Sacred to the memory of thesepioneers, they came when only thebrave dared come: they stayedwhere only the valiant could stay." Lillian Erickson Riggs
Swedish immigrants, Neil and Emma Erickson married in 1887 and established a homestead not f…
Built by Thomas A. Huffman. The Toggery was originally constructed as a single unit and later Mr. Huffman built the adjacent building. Huffman's Toggery was established in 1916 as part of the Commercial Development of Willcox.Listed on the Nationa…
[Marker mounted to the left of sculpture:]Born December 31, 1920 to Horace and Faye Allen in Willcox, Rex Elvie Allen was cross-eyed at birth.
As a young boy, Rex sang in the barber shop on this very street. He and his Dad played for dances and…
This is the only remaining original redwood frame Southern Pacific R.R. Station in Arizona. It is also the only known, original, on site, passenger depot still extant on the Southern - Trans - Continental Railroad route, between Los Angeles and Ch…
It was at this location the Headquarters Saloon stood from the 1890's until it burned down in 1940. Warren Earp was shot and killed at the Saloon on July 6, 1900.