Bar Nothing Ranch

Bar Nothing Ranch

Book - 1947
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A fictionalized account of the various colorful characters at a guest ranch in Arizona.
Publisher: New York : Whittlesey House, [1947]
Branch Call Number: Fiction Taylor
Characteristics: 239 p. ills. ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Thompson, Bernard illustrator


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Jan 08, 2017

This book is Not Fiction.

It is a personal story of early 20th century Tucson. It is a delight, as funny as
"The Egg and I" by Betty McDonald (A true story, too). It describes a failed dude ranch, wagon trips to Mt. Lemmon (Took 4 hours, then!), a downtown parade, and statehood. Turns out, Tucson was up for either a university, or, an insane asylum!

The other 3 in the series describe more of Tucson history, up to and including the shock over the nearby Pancho Villa raid of 1916.


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