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Tombstone High School graduation - 1983

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Tombstone High School graduates in 1983


Tombstone High School graduation - 1983

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Tombstone High School graduates in 1983


Camp Naco

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Camp Naco was constructed between 1919 and 1922 as a part of the U.S. War Department’s Border Defense Construction Project, in response to turmoil related to the Mexican Revolution. The camp was a part of the Tenth Cavalry Patrol District and was the only post constructed of adobe.

From 1935 to 1937, the Civilian Conservation Corps was based there.

In 1990, the youth services organization VisionQuest bought the property with a plan to open a juvenile treatment facility there. They were not able to do that, and in 2006, an arson fire and the discovery of hazardous asbestos on the site prompted the group to abandon the project. George Nerhan, then mayor of Huachuca City, agreed to take the site over rather than having it be destroyed. In 2018, the site was acquired by the city of Bisbee.

Since then, grant funds have been used to clean up and preserve the site. The nonprofit group Friends of Camp Naco continues to look for a nonprofit organization or individual to take over the camp as a permanent project and adapt it for a future use.


Camp Naco

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Camp Naco was constructed between 1919 and 1922 as a part of the U.S. War Department’s Border Defense Construction Project, in response to turmoil related to the Mexican Revolution. The camp was a part of the Tenth Cavalry Patrol District and was the only post constructed of adobe.

From 1935 to 1937, the Civilian Conservation Corps was based there.

In 1990, the youth services organization VisionQuest bought the property with a plan to open a juvenile treatment facility there. They were not able to do that, and in 2006, an arson fire and the discovery of hazardous asbestos on the site prompted the group to abandon the project. George Nerhan, then mayor of Huachuca City, agreed to take the site over rather than having it be destroyed. In 2018, the site was acquired by the city of Bisbee.

Since then, grant funds have been used to clean up and preserve the site. The nonprofit group Friends of Camp Naco continues to look for a nonprofit organization or individual to take over the camp as a permanent project and adapt it for a future use.


Camp Naco

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Camp Naco was constructed between 1919 and 1922 as a part of the U.S. War Department’s Border Defense Construction Project, in response to turmoil related to the Mexican Revolution. The camp was a part of the Tenth Cavalry Patrol District and was the only post constructed of adobe.

From 1935 to 1937, the Civilian Conservation Corps was based there.

In 1990, the youth services organization VisionQuest bought the property with a plan to open a juvenile treatment facility there. They were not able to do that, and in 2006, an arson fire and the discovery of hazardous asbestos on the site prompted the group to abandon the project. George Nerhan, then mayor of Huachuca City, agreed to take the site over rather than having it be destroyed. In 2018, the site was acquired by the city of Bisbee.

Since then, grant funds have been used to clean up and preserve the site. The nonprofit group Friends of Camp Naco continues to look for a nonprofit organization or individual to take over the camp as a permanent project and adapt it for a future use.


Sunsetter - 1980

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This newsletter was a publication of the Huachuca Del Norte Chamber of Commerce and has information about businesses operating in the area during that time and other town news. It also gives background about the library, which was located at the school in 1980. Plans were in the works at that time to move the library into a building that had been obtained from Fort Huachuca.


Campstone News - 1987

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The Campstone News was a small newspaper produced in Huachuca City by Clifford Searcy and sold for $7 for a one year subscription. The newspaper included local news, reporting on town government business, legal notices, court proceedings, meeting announcements, advertisements, and sometimes controversial editorial opinions.


Campstone News - 1987

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The Campstone News was a small newspaper produced in Huachuca City by Clifford Searcy and sold for $7 for a one year subscription. The newspaper included local news, reporting on town government business, legal notices, court proceedings, meeting announcements, advertisements, and sometimes controversial editorial opinions.


HC business ads - 1961

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These are advertisements from local businesses that were placed in the Tombstone High School yearbook in 1961.


HC business ads - 1961

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These are advertisements from local businesses that were placed in the Tombstone High School yearbook in 1961.


HC business ads - 1961

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These are advertisements from local businesses that were placed in the Tombstone High School yearbook in 1961.


HC business ads - 1964

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These are advertisements from local businesses that were placed in the Tombstone High School yearbook in 1964.


HC business ads - 1964

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These are advertisements from local businesses that were placed in the Tombstone High School yearbook in 1964.


HC business ads - 1964

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These are advertisements from local businesses that were placed in the Tombstone High School yearbook in 1964.


HC business ads - 1964

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These are advertisements from local businesses that were placed in the Tombstone High School yearbook in 1964.


HC business ads - 1982

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These are advertisements from local businesses that were placed in the Tombstone High School yearbook in 1982.


HC business ads - 1982

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These are advertisements from local businesses that were placed in the Tombstone High School yearbook in 1982.


HC business ads - 1982

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These are advertisements from local businesses that were placed in the Tombstone High School yearbook in 1982.

RP’s Roundup Bar, was run by Bobbie Pratt (Williams), who later opened BJ’s Cantina located where Dust til Dawn was more recently.


HC business ads - 2000

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These are advertisements from local businesses that were placed in the Tombstone High School yearbook in 2000.


Dr. Delmar Mock

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Dr. Delmar Mock (1915-2010) was an area doctor who lived in Patagonia and worked as a country doctor vising several local communities. He maintained an office in Huachcua City as well as other towns where he saw patients. The Huachuca City Senior Citizen Center was dedicated in his name in 1989.

This piece was created to celebrate his life and shows a 50th wedding anniversary picture of Dr. Mock with his wife and children.