Images of the Native Peoples of Southwestern Arizona

Images of native peoples of AZ

This video courtesy of Mike Foster, San Pedro River Videos, presents photographs from the Library of Congress of the native peoples of Southwestern Arizona. Many of these photographs are from the extensive works of Edward S. Curtis, some of whose photogravures are currently on display at the Arizona State Museum … Continue reading

Texas John Slaughter: Arizona’s Meanest Little Good Guy!

Slaughter Ranch Museum: Home of Cochise County Sheriff John Slaughter and his family.

(Editor’s Note: We occasionally invite others to share their extraordinary stories, art, photographs, and videos with visitors to our SouthernArizonaGuide.com. Roger Naylor is a talented travel writer who writes mainly about Arizona. You can read more about him and his work at the end of this article.) **************************** Story By … Continue reading

Pima Air and Space Museum: A Review!

Ms. Karen & my father, Bill Gressinger under a restored B-29 at the Pima Air & Space Museum.

November 2013. It had been many years since we visited Pima Air and Space Museum. When we first moved to Tucson more than 10 years ago, we took our young grandchildren there and had not been back since, except briefly to create one of our 50 original videos when we … Continue reading

The 390th Memorial Museum: A Pictorial.

Restored B-17 Flying Fortress at the 390th Memorial Museum on the grounds of the Pima Air & Space Museum.

From 1943 through June 1945, the 390th Bombardment Group (Heavy) was an Eighth Air Force B-17 Flying Fortress unit stationed in England. The 390th was assigned to the 13th Combat Bombardment Wing, and the group tail code was a “Square-J”. Its mission was to cripple or destroy German strategic targets, … Continue reading