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This 1871 reward poster is from the office of Pima County Sheriff Hylor Ott. After serving as the county's deputy treasurer, Ott beat Granville Oury for county sheriff.
A Tucson sheriff during the 1870s had not one but two streets named after him - but one of them is no longer in use.
This adobe house was built by Manuel Sotomayor, who, along with his bother Florencio, homesteaded an area now called Sotomayor Ranch.
Roberto Sotomayor in 1925.
Carlotta Sotomayor in the 1920s.
Carlotta Parra Rodriguez was born in 1913 on a ranch homesteaded by her parents near North Campbell Avenue and East River Road.
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