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Tombstone High School Prospector staff - 1951

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This is a picture of the 1951 staff of the Tombstone High School "Prospector," the school yearbook.


Tombstone High School class of 1943

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This is a picture of Tombstone High School senior class of 1943.


Elmer Urda

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Elmer Urda was a long-time Huachuca City resident known for his community service.

Born in Pennsylvania, Urda served in the US Army from 1953-1975 and served in South Korea and Vietnam. After retiring to Huachuca City, he volunteered the for fire department, the police department, the planning and zoning commission, and the senior center. In 2005, Urda was named the Huachuca City Citizen of the Year, an award that now carries his name.

Urda passed away in 2018 at age 87.


Fire department memo - 1964

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This 1964 memo to the community from Huachuca City Fire Chief Clarence Furlong thanks residents for their support. It tells about projects including a mid-summer dance and a home-auto fire extinguisher sale by the local boy scouts. In this year, the department purchased a new panel truck from the city for $250. The chief concludes by asking for new volunteers.


Parks and Rec mtg. - 1976

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These are meeting minutes from an April 9, 1976 Parks & Recreation board meeting with Chairman W. Walraven and members L. Gonzales, J. Miller and C. Cadenhead. The board discussed a can recycling program, which was endorsed and profits earmarked for city tennis and basketball courts to be located adjacent to the school.

The board also discussed a five year plan which included continuation of the summer program and continuing community education with the school, as well as development of tennis courts, basketball, an outdoor rifle range, new picnic areas, new parks, a new rest area, and a second Little League field.


School voter issues - 1983

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This mailer was sent by the Tombstone Unified School District in advance of a school bond election in 1983. The primary issues were the need for new facilities, including additional classroom space for seventh and eighth grade students at Huachuca City School.


Huachuca City brochure - 1970

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This brochure for Huachuca City (circa 1970) shows picture of various buildings in the city and gives information about key milestones for the city, activities, points of interest, and more. The price for renting a 2-3 bedroom home is given at $95-110 per month with utilities costing $20-30 per month.


Proposed annexation - 1976

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This official zoning map shows a proposed annexation on the west side of the existing city limits. Ultimately, this annexation did not happen.


Huachuca City sign drawings - 1977

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This is a drawing for the "Welcome to Huachuca City" sign that was put up in front of city hall in the late 1970s.

Eventually, this sign was taken down and in 2012 replaced with an electronic marquee sign.


Huachuca City sign - 1980

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This is the "Welcome to Huachuca City" sign that was put up in front of city hall in the late 1970s.

Eventually, this sign was taken down and in 2012 replaced with an electronic marquee sign.


Chamber of Commerce minutes - 1978

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These minutes form a board meeting of the Huachuca Del Norte Chamber of Commerce in 1978 discuss the upcoming July 4 events, the new welcome sign, and other issues.

The Chamber of Commerce was incorporated as a non-profit in 1976 with offices at Fountain Plaza. In June, 1981, the Chamber was dissolved, and members were invited to join the Sierra Vista Chamber of Commerce.


Correspondence about welcome sign -1978

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This is a letter from the Town of Huachuca City to the Huachuca Del Norte Chamber of Commerce about the proposed new welcome sign. It says that Mr. Brophy of the Babocomari Ranch Company, who owned the land on which the sign was to be located, had approved the sign at the indicated area.


Business of the year - 1979

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This memo gives the criteria for the chamber's selection of business of the year. The 1979 award went to the Apache Shopping Center, owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fenimore.


Resolution 248 - 1978

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This resolution by the town supports the Chamber of Commerce's efforts to modify the median on the highway running through town, due to safety, commerce, and aesthetic reasons. Ultimately, after petitioning the state, the median was removed from the highway.


Chamber of Commerce annual report - 1979

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This annual report of the Huachuca Del Norte Chamber of Commerce in 1979 discuss the organization's major accomplishments for the year. Each month the Chamber designated a soldier of the month and home of the month. The Chamber also sponsored the Miss Huachuca contest and participated in numerous other community events.

The Chamber of Commerce was incorporated as a non-profit in 1976 with offices at Fountain Plaza. In June, 1981, the Chamber was dissolved, and members were invited to join the Sierra Vista Chamber of Commerce.


Fort Auto Parts

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Fort Auto Parts is a well-known wrecking yard located at 152 Huachuca Boulevard in Huachuca City. The yard attracts visitors from around the world and has been profiled by publications such as “Hot Rod” magazine.

The business was purchased by Milo Parizek in 1958, and before that was operated by another owner. In its early years, the business did mechanical work on cars, as well as offering wrecker service and auto parts. Parizek had several yards around the city in addition to the one on Huachuca Boulevard.

A fire in May, 1980 destroyed the garage on the property, as well as other buildings and property. Since that time, the business has operated as a wrecking yard, and it is currently owned by Sue Parizek. There are hundreds of cars on the premises, including a 1923 Oldsmobile and a 1926 Dodge.


Fort Auto Parts

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Fort Auto Parts is a well-known wrecking yard located at 152 Huachuca Boulevard in Huachuca City. The yard attracts visitors from around the world and has been profiled by publications such as “Hot Rod” magazine.

The business was purchased by Milo Parizek in 1958, and before that was operated by another owner. In its early years, the business did mechanical work on cars, as well as offering wrecker service and auto parts. Parizek had several yards around the city in addition to the one on Huachuca Boulevard.

A fire in May, 1980 destroyed the garage on the property, as well as other buildings and property. Since that time, the business has operated as a wrecking yard, and it is currently owned by Sue Parizek. There are hundreds of cars on the premises, including a 1923 Oldsmobile and a 1926 Dodge.


Fort Auto Parts

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Fort Auto Parts is a well-known wrecking yard located at 152 Huachuca Boulevard in Huachuca City. The yard attracts visitors from around the world and has been profiled by publications such as “Hot Rod” magazine.

The business was purchased by Milo Parizek in 1958, and before that was operated by another owner. In its early years, the business did mechanical work on cars, as well as offering wrecker service and auto parts. Parizek had several yards around the city in addition to the one on Huachuca Boulevard.

A fire in May, 1980 destroyed the garage on the property, as well as other buildings and property. Since that time, the business has operated as a wrecking yard, and it is currently owned by Sue Parizek. There are hundreds of cars on the premises, including a 1923 Oldsmobile and a 1926 Dodge.


Fort Auto Parts

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Fort Auto Parts is a well-known wrecking yard located at 152 Huachuca Boulevard in Huachuca City. The yard attracts visitors from around the world and has been profiled by publications such as “Hot Rod” magazine.

The business was purchased by Milo Parizek in 1958, and before that was operated by another owner. In its early years, the business did mechanical work on cars, as well as offering wrecker service and auto parts. Parizek had several yards around the city in addition to the one on Huachuca Boulevard.

A fire in May, 1980 destroyed the garage on the property, as well as other buildings and property. Since that time, the business has operated as a wrecking yard, and it is currently owned by Sue Parizek. There are hundreds of cars on the premises, including a 1923 Oldsmobile and a 1926 Dodge.


Fort Auto Parts

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Fort Auto Parts is a well-known wrecking yard located at 152 Huachuca Boulevard in Huachuca City. The yard attracts visitors from around the world and has been profiled by publications such as “Hot Rod” magazine.

The business was purchased by Milo Parizek in 1958, and before that was operated by another owner. In its early years, the business did mechanical work on cars, as well as offering wrecker service and auto parts. Parizek had several yards around the city in addition to the one on Huachuca Boulevard.

A fire in May, 1980 destroyed the garage on the property, as well as other buildings and property. Since that time, the business has operated as a wrecking yard, and it is currently owned by Sue Parizek. There are hundreds of cars on the premises, including a 1923 Oldsmobile and a 1926 Dodge.