From Cowtown to Desert Metropolis: Ninety Years of Arizona Memories

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Native Tucsonan Roy Drachman played an active role in his community's life and growth for much of the twentieth century. One of the city's primary movers and shakers, he made a name as a real estate developer and helped establish Tucson's place in modern America. Drachman's memoirs paint a vivid picture of the Old Pueblo as it grew from a sleepy cowtown to a world-class urban center and tourist destination. In a series of colorful vignettes he recalls a bygone era when horse-drawn transportation still harked back to the ...

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