Arizona's Brian Williamsfalls to the floor begging for a foul against UCLA at Pauley Pavillion in Feb. 1991.
Former Arizona star Khalid Reeves jukes Missouri guard Mark Atkins in the NCAA Tournament West Regional final on April 7, 1994.
01/18/2006. The U.S. border fence near Douglas.
Rich Alday coaching Pima Community College baseball on April 29, 1989.
The Hidden Valley Inn, shown here in 1982, on Sabino Highway closed in 2006. It had been rebuilt after a fire in in 1995. It was converted into office space.
Students at McKale Center dressed in their Wildcat finest for an Arizona basketball game in 2001.
Arizona's Khalid Reeves dribbles around Missouri guard Mark Atkins during the NCAA tournament West Regional final on April 7, 1994.
On July 23, 1974, the 69-year-old Steinfeld's, at the corner of Stone Avenue and Pennington Street, was demolished. In its place, the new 16-story Arizona Bank Plaza office building would be constructed.
Citizen photo: Woolworth's 31 E. Congress 1958
Hopefully, this parade participant walking along Church Ave. in the 1974 Tucson Rodeo Parade found what she was seeking.
Spectactators sneak a peek between the bleachers during the 1980 Tucson Rodeo Parade in front St. Augustine Cathedral.
The Sunnyside Junior High marching band during the 1980 Tucson Rodeo Parade in front the Tucson Convention Center.
Parade watchers at the La Placita parking garage during the 1980 Tucson Rodeo Parade in front the Tucson Convention Center.
Rodeo fans in front of the Tucson Convention Center during the 1980 Tucson Rodeo Parade.
Club de Charros de Tucson performs during the 1974 Tucson Rodeo Parade in downtown Tucson.
The Willcox High School marching band on Church Ave during the 1974 Tucson Rodeo Parade.
A couple young cow pokes walk the Tucson Rodeo Parade route with mom in 1964.
A young girl points out something of interest to her doll during the 1964 Tucson Rodeo Parade in downtown Tucson.
Down the hatch, pardner. A young boy with a Popeye holster watches the 1964 Tucson Rodeo Parade in downtown Tucson.
A Tucson Police officer holds kids at a safe distance while watching the 1964 Tucson Rodeo Parade in downtown Tucson.
Copy of Historic Tucson Daily Citizen; Record Crowd Sees Tucson Rodeo Parade, Feb. 23, 1956.
The Pomeroy Elementary School band marches along Congress St. in front of the Fox Theater during the 1961 Tucson Rodeo Parade.
Parade watchers hold in the chill morning air during the 1961 Tucson Rodeo Parade in downtown Tucson.
An adult keeps a boy at a safe distance during the 1961 Tucson Rodeo Parade on Stone Ave. in downtown Tucson.
Parade watchers with their 35mm rangefinder cameras and 8mm film movie cameras at the 1961 Tucson Rodeo Parade in downtown Tucson.
The 1962 Tucson Rodeo Parade.
The aftermath of the 1962 Tucson Rodeo Parade in downtown Tucson.
Mariachis march in the 1962 Tucson Rodeo Parade in downtown Tucson.
Tucson Rodeo Parade heading north on Stone Avenue from Pennington St in 1949. The historic Pioneer Hotel is at upper right. Photo by Reginald Russell
The Alice Vail Jr. High School band, which was judged best in category, heads along West Pennington St. between Stone and Church avenues in 1959 during the Tucson Rodeo Parade.
Coed Quadrille pecedes the University of Arizona Marching Band during the Tucson Rodeo Parade downtown in 1971.
Young rodeo fans line the parade route in 1972.
The rodeo parade snakes its way south on Church Avenue, turning east on Cushing Street in 1972. The then "new" central fire station is at right. Empty lots in the upper left have been filled with the La Placita office complex and the Superior Court complex.
Feb. 24, 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Otto R. Eicher (in noose) were welcomed to Tucson's Fiesta de los Vaqueros in traditional western style today, as the city's Vigilantes and Barbara Bell, a rodeo princess, told them to reach for the sky on Interstate 10-and stick around for five days, courtesy of t…
Feb. 26, 1968 Tucson Rodeo Parade equipment custodian Harry Blacklidge, 85 years old and Tucson-born, takes over the reins of the artificial horses hitched to the famous Maximilian coach as its storage site at the Parade Museum.
Tucson Rodeo ParadeSome things never change: These enthralled young rodeo fans were lined up along the Rodeo Parade route in 1972.
University of Arizona center Bob Elliott passes the ball during an Arizona-Wyoming game at McKale Center on Jan. 31, 1976.
Dick Pittman hangs on during bronc riding at the Tucson Rodeo in 1971. Take a look at some of the cowboys thrown off horses and bulls at La Fiesta de los Vaqueros by visiting azstarnet.com/retrotucson. You’ll get a look at Tucson Rodeo photos from the files of the Arizona Daily Star and Tucs…
Surprise! You can enjoy a good round of golf in Tucson’s city limits. Randolph North, a municipal course just south of Broadway, hosted the pros in the early 1980s with cool holes like this one, the par-3 15th. Make it 36 and play Dell Urich.
Competitors for the bushiest beard of the 1971 La Fiesta de los Vaqueros. The Grand Prize winner was Joe Lowry, at right.
Dick Pttman hangs on during bronc riding at the Tucson Rodeo in 1971.
The 1972 La Fiesta de los Vaqueros rodeo.
John Kowskal holds on tight to his horse during the La Fiesta de los Vaqueros Tucson Rodeo in 1973.
A bull rider makes a quick exit off his ride during the La Fiesta de los Vaqueros Tucson Rodeo in 1973.
A barrel racer's hat flies off while making the turn during the La Fiesta de los Vaqueros Tucson Rodeo in 1974.
Rodeo clown Quail Dobbs takes the fast way out of the arena during the La Fiesta de los Vaqueros Tucson Rodeo in 1974.
Tucson Rodeo Parade heading north on Stone Avenue from Pennington Street. The parade moved from downtown in 1991.
William Boyd as cowboy Hopalong Cassidy rode in the Tucson Rodeo Parade, entertaining young fans.
Fans have lined Rodeo Parade routes since 1925. The parade has rolled along South Park Avenue and East Irvington Road since 1991.
Erni and Rose Cabat enjoyed 58 years of marriage together. He died in 1994.