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Tombstone High School students - 1947

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Tombstone High School students in 1947 making red school houses for centerpieces and programs for Schoolmasters Banquet.


Tombstone High School students - 1947

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Tombstone High School students Nancy Hunt, Pat Nendell, and Ernestine Sepulveda work on games for a Future Homemakers of America party.

The FHA club sought teach teenage girls how to keep house for their future husbands.
In 1999, the national organization changed its name to Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA).


FHA state meeting - 1947

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Yucca District Future Homemakers of America delegates at the state meeting in Tempe.

The FHA club sought teach teenage girls how to keep house for their future husbands.
In 1999, the national organization changed its name to Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA).


FHA state meeting - 1947

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FHA delegates from Tombstone High School Berniece Reed, Barbara Brubaker, Ann Sala, and Lottie Lindley, ready to leave for the state meeting in Tempe.

The FHA club sought teach teenage girls how to keep house for their future husbands.
In 1999, the national organization changed its name to Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA).


FHA students - 1947

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Tombstone High School Future Homemakers of America students making a centerpiece for the football banquet that included two teams of players made from pipe cleaners fastened in action positions and pinned to the tablecloth.

The FHA club sought teach teenage girls how to keep house for their future husbands.
In 1999, the national organization changed its name to Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA).


FHA students - 1947

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Tombstone Future Homemakers of America students in grades 7-10 presenting a program for the Tombstone Womens Club.

The FHA club sought teach teenage girls how to keep house for their future husbands.
In 1999, the national organization changed its name to Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA).


Receipt for remittance to Europe - 1952

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This is a receipt for a donation to Cooperative for American Remittances to Europe Inc. (CARE) from Tombstone Unified High School in 1952.

Founded in 1945, CARE is a major international humanitarian agency delivering emergency relief and long-term international development projects.


Letter acknowledging CARE donation - 1953

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This is a letter from a person in France acknowledging a donation to Cooperative for American Remittances to Europe Inc. (CARE) from Tombstone Unified High School in 1952. The woman sending the letter was blind.

Founded in 1945, CARE is a major international humanitarian agency delivering emergency relief and long-term international development projects.


Tombstone High School ditch day - 1950

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On April 28-30, 1950, Tombstone High School senior students and chaperones observed "ditch day" in Guaymas, Mexico. En route the students visited the University of Sonora at Hermosillo, Magdalena and Nogales, Sonora.

These pictures show the beach in Guaymas and a flyer for Hotel Rubi where the group stayed.


Tombstone High School ditch day - 1950

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On April 28-30, 1950, Tombstone High School senior students and chaperones observed "ditch day" in Guaymas, Mexico. Enroute the students visited the University of Sonora at Hermosillo, Magdalena and Nogales, Sonora.

These pictures Hotel Rubi where the group stayed, as well as a price card with room rates and boat rates. A single room with one bed as $20 per night.


Tombstone High School ditch day - 1950

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On April 28-30, 1950, Tombstone High School senior students and chaperones observed "ditch day" in Guaymas, Mexico.

This is a receipt from Hotel Rubi where the students stayed. The rate was $15 per person.


Tombstone High School ditch day - 1950

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On April 28-30, 1950, Tombstone High School senior students and chaperones observed "ditch day" in Guaymas, Mexico. En route the students visited the University of Sonora at Hermosillo, Magdalena and Nogales, Sonora.

This picture shows a map from Arizona to Guaymas, Sonora, which is approximately 335 miles from Tombstone.


Tombstone High School ditch day - 1950

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On April 28-30, 1950, Tombstone High School senior students and chaperones observed "ditch day" in Guaymas, Mexico.

This picture shows candles from a birthday cake for Pete Castro in "Mammy Cafe" in Guaymas.


Tombstone High School ditch day - 1950

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On April 28-29. 1951, Tombstone High School senior students and chaperones observed "ditch day" at the Grand Canyon. This letter from the Assistant Superintendent of the park welcomes the group and gives details regarding fees and other information.


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.


Tombstone High School ditch day - 1983

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This is a picture from Tombstone High School "ditch day" at Golf N Things in 1983 and includes Tracy, Deb Couch Guin, Rhonda Kirkman Schau, and Shannon Kirkman Rouillard.


Tombstone High School ditch day - 1983

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This is a picture from Tombstone High School "ditch day" at Golf N Things in 1983 and includes Shannon Kirkman Rouillard, Mr. Malone, Sheri Parizek Zimpelman, Deb Couch Guin, and Rhonda Kirkman Schau.


Tombstone High School track team - 1983

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This is a picture from Tombstone High School track team in 1983 and includes Rob Saavedra, Darren Ridge, Marvin Alexander and Anu-Samawaati El.


Tombstone High School track team - 1983

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This is a picture from Tombstone High School track team in 1983.