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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1HQK_the-old-tractor_Flagstaff-AZ.html
This 1945 Model H International Farmall, purchased by the Zanzucchi Family after World War II, was used to plow the "Fields" at the Flagstaff Dairy. The Flagstaff Dairy operated from 1904 thru 1979 and was located 3 miles west of Flagstaff on Old …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM14QG_telephone-exchange_Flagstaff-AZ.html
This building was constructed in 1909 by John W. Weatherford, the man who earlier built the adjacent Weatherford Hotel. It was the headquarters for the Arizona Overland Telephone Company, housing its offices and physical plant. Construction sta…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM14FB_raymond-building_Flagstaff-AZ.html
As the keystone shows, this building was constructed in 1911. Its owner was R.O. Raymond, M.D., one of Flagstaff's first doctors. Raymond came west for his health. After a short stay in Williams, he moved to Flagstaff in 1906.He was the doctor for…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM14FA_ricket-brooks-bldg_Flagstaff-AZ.html
The first building on this site was a wooden structure located at 22 N. San Francisco Street dating from the early 1890s. It was the home of a saloon with a cute name, The Office. ("Honey I can't come home just yet, I'm still at The Office.")In 19…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM14F9_biggest-little-city_Belfast-ME.html
Despite the decline in ship building, the port of Belfast remained busy at the turn of the 20th century. Rapid industrial development took place all along the west side waterfront, and steamships and railroads became the primary movers of goods. G…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM14F8_weatherford-hotel_Flagstaff-AZ.html
John Weatherford, who was raised in Weatherford, Texas, came to Flagstaff in 1886. He decided to stay here because he fell in love with the San Francisco Peaks at first sight. He tried his hand in several occupations, everything from saloon keeper…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM14F6_verkamp-building_Flagstaff-AZ.html
John G. Verkamp came to Flagstaff in the 1890's. He first worked for the Babbitts (three of his sisters were married to Babbitt Brothers), then succeeded in a number of business on his own, including lumber, livestock and merchandising. He is best…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM14F5_babbitt-brothers-building_Flagstaff-AZ.html
In 1888, David Babbitt, who had been running a lumber yard on this site, decided to construct a general store. Starting in late summer, he built a 35 X 70 foot structure on this corner, with the long side of the building running west along Aspen A…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM14F0_downtowner_Flagstaff-AZ.html
The K.J. Nackard family came to Flagstaff in 1912 and opened a small general store at 106 E. Railroad Avenue. The store was successful. In 1921, Nackard built a home on this property, just a stone's throw from the store.Soon afterwards, automobile…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM14EZ_the-historic-basque-handball-court_Flagstaff-AZ.html
Historic Basque handball court (cancha) built in 1926 by Jesus Garcia, a Spaniard who migrated to Flagstaff in 1912. He owned and operated the adjacent Tourist Home. The Basque would reportedly herd sheep, drink, chase women, or play their beloved…
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