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Arizona History: June 20-26

LEFT: Mary Jane Oswald Allen. Call #1700.0220.0000. Right: Charles D. Poston, Territorial Arizona’s first delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives and political rival of Richard McCormick, is considered by many as the “Father of Arizona.” He died June 24, 1902. (Sharlot Hall Museum Research Center/Courtesy)

LEFT: Mary Jane Oswald Allen. Call #1700.0220.0000. Right: Charles D. Poston, Territorial Arizona’s first delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives and political rival of Richard McCormick, is considered by many as the “Father of Arizona.” He died June 24, 1902. (Sharlot Hall Museum Research Center/Courtesy)

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