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1Campbell Papers, op cit.,
ff. 1, 7. Arizona Historical Society, Tucson.
2Frank Duffy to A.J.
Connor, May 25, 1918. John Henry Campbell Papers, Ms. 1167, Baca Float
No. 3 land grant, 1914-1926.
3William Henry Campbell to
Honorable W.A. O'Connor, Judge, Superior Court, Nogales, Arizona,
October 5, 1918. Campbell Papers, op cit.
4Campbell Papers, op cit,
ff1, 2, 7.
5Cannen Mendez, Homestead
ProofTestimony of Claimant, Mendez Homestead. File,
Tumacácori National Historical Park.
7The Greaterville placers
were on the amended location in the northern Santa Rita Mountains.
8Silo Land & Cattle
Company vs. James Bouldin, et al, Pima County Superior Court Case No.
6649, 1918. AHS, Ms. 183 (Pima County Collection, Papers, 1864-1985),
Box 62, f. 768.
9Ibid., f. 769.
11Ibid., f. 768.
12Silo Land & Cattle
Company v James E. Bouldin, Jennie N. Bouldin, his wife, Helen Lee
Bouldin, Davd W. Bouldin, and Weldon M. Bailey, Judgement Case 729. AHS,
Blacksill Collection, Unprocessed collection, Box 1. Another copy is
located in AHS, Campbell Papers, Ms. 1167, f.8.
13Judgement of W.H.
Sawtelle, May 26, 19119, Case No. E-67, James Bouldin et al vs. Marie
Whitney Robinson, Julia Collier, Clinton E. Collier, Caroline P. Hall
and. Robert A. Hall, U.S. District Court, District of Arizona. Blacksill
Collection, op cit.
14Robinson Land &
Cattle Company vs. Watts and Davis, Santa Cruz County Superior Court,
11/27/1918. Silo Land. & Cattle v. Bouldin et al, op cit, Box 62, f.
15Powhattan Bouldin to
Weldon M. Bailey, January 31, 1915. Campbell Papers, Box 1, f. 3.
16Lease Agreement between
James E. Bouldin, individually, and as agent for Jennie N. Bouldin,
Helen Lee Bouldin and Weldon M. Bailey, parties of the first part, and
Russell Durrill, party of the second part. Campbell Papers, Ms. 1167, f.
13, op cit.
17J.H. Campell to Henry
G. Boice, July 26, 1919, op cit.
18Agreement between Frank
Powers and Josephine Powers of Santa Cruz County, Arizona, parties of
the first part, with James E. Bouldin of Dallas, Texas, party of the
second part, January 14, 1918. Campbell Papers, op cit.
19Leonard Tobin to Judge
J.H. Campbell, August 27, 1918. Op cit.
20Campbell Papers, Ms.
131, Series 13, f. 61, op cit.
21Minutes of First
Meeting of Board of Directors of Baca Float Mines Company, March 10,
1919. Campbell Papers, Ms. 121, Folder 121, op cit.
22Campbell Papers, Ms.
121, f.6, op cit.
23Wendell Bailey to James
E. Bouldin, July 21, 1919, Cambell Papers, op cit.
24James E. Bouldin to
Judge J.H. Campbell, July 23, 1919, Campbell Papers, op cit.
25James Bouldin et al to
Weldon M. Bailey, January 1, 1920. Deeds, Real Estate Book 12, pg. 91,
Santa Cruz County Recorders Office, Nogales, AZ.
26G.H. Brevillier to Hon.
John H. Campbell, December 24, 1917. Campbell Papers, op cit, f. 2.
27Agreement by and
between Weldon Bailey, James E. Bouldin, Jennie N. Bouldin, David W.
Bouldin and Helen L. Bouldin, February 7, 1922. Campbell Papers, op
28James E. Bouldin, et al
to Baca Float Land & Cattle Co., May 9, 1922, Warranty Deed, Deeds
Real Estate Book 12, pg. 503. Baca Float Land & Cattle Company and
Weldon Bailey to Joesph W. Bailey, Jr., May 9, 1922, Deed of Trust. op
cit. pg. 499.
29H. Brown, Sheriff of
Santa Cruz County, and the American Exchange National Bank, Sheriffs
Deed, January 28, 1926. Deeds, Real Estate Book 15, pp.506-508, op
Alexander J. Davidson As told to Mrs. George F. Kitt 1930-36. Ms. 208,
31Sims Ely, Treasurer,
The Federal Land Bank of Berkeley, to John H. Campbell, May 27, 1924.
Campbell Papers, op cit.
32John H. Campbell to
Sims Ely, May 31, 1924. Campbell Papers, op cit.
33H.J. Brown, Sheriff of
Santa Cruz County, and the Federal Land Bank, Sheriffs Deed, December 1,
1926. Deeds, Real Estate Book 16:272.
34James E. Bouldin to
Judge John H. Campbell, August 20, 1924. Campbell Papers, op cit.
35Watts & Davis,
Trustees, to J.R. and Roy Sorrells, February 18, 1920. Deeds Real Estate
Book 12, pg. 119. Santa Cruz County Recorder's Office.
36Novelist J.P.S. Brown
wrote a fictionalized account of the Sorrells family in his Arizona Saga
trilogy, published by Bantam Books.
37"Sunrise to Sunset:
From Texas to the Santa Cruz Valley," Recollections of Inez Cumming. Ms.
on file at the Tubac Historical Society. Cumming also owned a farm along
the Santa Cruz on the south half of the Float. When the Float was
confirmed, he and his new bride Inez, a schoolteacher from Texas, had to
build a new home up Peck Canyon, which was called Pollack Canyon at the
time because of a Polish farmer who had settled there.
Douglas Cummings. Ms. on file at the Tubac Historical Society.
39Op cit., pg. 6.
41Op cit, pg. 7.
42Sheriff Santa Cruz
County to C.C. Watts and D.C.T. Davis, August 9, 1923. Op cit, Book 16,
44Sarah Bailey, quoted in
"The Pendleton House," by Regina Ford. Green Valley News June 5,
2002. Bailey stated that her father and Pendleton went to high school in
West Virginia, but Virginia seems a more likely location. Wendell
Bailey's father was a former U.S. Senator with a law firm in Washington,
D.C. Pendelton's father came from Virginia.
45D. Davis, Jr., C.T.
Davis & C.C. Watts, Trustees, to F.M. Dougherty and T.T. Pendleton,
July 1, 1929. Op cit., 17:130.
46Various deeds recorded
in op cit., Books 17 and 19.
47Dougherty and Pendleton
to Baca Float Ranch, Inc., op cit., 19:416.
48Interview with Nancy
Stevens. On file in the Tubac Historical Society.
49Baca Float Ranch, Inc.
and T.T. Pendleton to E.T. and Grace Strong, March 27, 1935. Santa Cruz
County Recorders Office, Deeds Real Estate Book 20:52.
International, February 1, 1933.
51Baca Float Ranch, Inc.
and T.T. Pendleton to Harry J. and Virginia S. Mallery, June 17, 1936.
Santa Cruz County Recorders Office 20:303.
52Float Ranch, Inc. and
T.T. Pendleton to Joanna Fay Shankle Santa Cruz Co. Recorders Office,
53Interview with Charles
Corson Day. Betty J. Lane, September 25, 1987. On file at the Tubac
54Sarah Bailey, quoted in
"The Pendleton Home: Renovation of Historic Building," by Regina Ford,
Green Valley News, June 5, 2002.
55Program, St. Andrew's
Episcopal Church Tardeada, Rancho Santa Cruz, April 8, 1989. On file at
the Tubac Historical Society.
56Glannon, op cit,
58Interview with William
Otto Fraesdorf, Jr. Betty J. Lane, November 3, 1987, Camino Antonia,
Tucson, AZ. On file at the Tubac Historical Society.
59Baca Float Ranch, Inc.
to Roy and Helen Adams. Santa Cruz County Recorders Office 23:411.
60Charles Day interview,
61Roy and Helen Adams to
W.D. Parker and F. Lee Fischer, September 16, 1939. Santa Cruz County
Recorders Office 23:607
62F. Lee and Catherine
Fischer to Wirt D. Parker, February 15, 1940. Santa Cruz County
Recorders Office 25:31.
63Charles Day, op cit,
64Deezy Manning Catron,
65Sarah Black, quoted in
"Pendleton Parties Brought the Rich and Famous," by Regina Ford.
Green Valley News, June 7, 2002.
interview, conducted by Elizabeth R. Brownell, April 17, 1982. Notes on
file at the Tubac Historical Society.
67Deezy Manning Catron,
intervew, op cit. p. 13.
69Charles Day intervew,
op cit, p. 9.
70Ibid., p. 17.
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