The old Plaza Theater is clearly visible in the foreground as well as the gazebo in the middle of the photograph. To the left of the gazebo is the old Greyhound Bus station. In addition the St Augustine Cathedral is on the far left in the background on this May 28, 1968 by Art Grasberger who…
Robert F. Kennedy on his campaign tour to the University of Arizona. Kennedy spaeaks at the airport. March 29, 1968.
Tucson Meet Yourself in Downtown Tucson on Oct. 8, 1976. Photo by Art Grasberger / Tucson Citizen
Tucson Meet Yourself has sought performers who carry on traditions and want to share them.
Forty years of food, food and more food from many cultures established the festival’s tongue-in-cheek term of endearment, “Tucson Eat Yourself.”
At one time, Cactus Bowl “would have 36 teams out there on a league night,” including teams like these 1976 Class “A” doubles champions.
Young girl reaches into refrigerator in her family's home on South Park Ave in Tucson on April 3, 1968. Photo by Art Grasberger / Tucson Citizen.
A man at his home on Park Ave. in April, 1968, has a job but on $1.70 an hour he must support himself, his wife, his aged mother-in-law and seven children. He's trained for higher paying work but cannot find it. "He lives not only in a household of defeat but in a neighborhood of defeat. He …
Condemned house on W. 26th. St. in South Tucson awaits a bulldozer in May, 1968. Photo by Art Grasberger / Tucson Citizen
Condemned house awaits a bulldozer on W. 26th. St. in South Tucson in May, 1968. Photo by Art Grasberger / Tucson Citizen
Aged mother-in-law and children on South Park Ave. in Tucson caught "in a moment of grooming" in April, 1968. Photo by Art Grasberger / Tucson Citizen