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  • Empire Ranch is Purchased and the Hard Work Begins (August-December 1876)

    …he Military Plaza, ca. 1890. Photo taken by Edward Vail, ERF archives: A530-61a September 1-9, 1876—Empire Ranch Expansion Begins Hislop writes (9/23/1876): “We have got another ranch now and 620 sheep on it, we bought the man that owned them out. He was ill with fever and got disgusted so let us have them cheap. We gave him 4/-a head, that is cheap enough and they come in very handy to us as meat and when we can get 50 lbs. of meat for 4/-it is n…

  • The Search for the Right Ranch (July 14-August 22, 1876)

    …Vail on horseback, ca. 1898. Source: Empire Ranch Foundation archives A530-42 Hislop writes (8/7/1876): “Rested and just looked round the town for horses to buy, but did not succeed. Had more offers of ranches, it is astonishing how quickly one’s business is known in a small place like this. Everybody has the best to sell. It is quite amusing to hear them talk and hear them contradict each other, running down each other as thieves and rascals, bu…

  • Vail & Gates, 1888-1909

    …work in Arizona ranching at: https://www.azfb.org/Article/Arizona-Ranching-In-the-Beginning 300 tons of alfalfa hay grown in the agricultural fields at the Empire Ranch in the South Barn, at the Empire Ranch, 1924. ERF archives A301-001   Carroll W. Gates (1860-1920) Carroll W. Gates, 1909. ERF archives: A540-009 Carroll Gates was born in New York in 1860 and moved at an early age with his family to California. Educated in the San Jose area he fi…

  • Newsletter Articles – Topic Index

    …, p. 1 Membership Makes a Difference, May 2006, p.1 Strong Response to Year-end Appeal, Feb 2006, p.1 Your Year-End Financial Support, Nov 2005, p. 1 Membership Support Grows, Aug 2005, p. 4 Help Keep Us At the Top, May 2005, p. 1 A Record-Breaking Year, Feb 2005, p. 1 Year End Financial Support Critical, Nov 2004, p. 1 Counting, Counting and Counting [membership response], Aug 2004, p. 1 Membership Counts!, May 2004, p. 1 Remembering Someone Thro…

  • Articles & Links

    …Bernard L. Fontana. Overland Press, 1965. [available from libraries or out-of-print dealers] Empire Ranch by Gail Waechter Corkill and Sharon E. Hunt, Charleston, SC, Arcadia Publishing, 2011. Images of America series. [order from the Empire Ranch Foundation] Heart of the Empire. Historic Structure Report, Empire Ranch, Arizona by Laura Soulliere Harrison and Paul Niedenger, Volume 1, December 1992, revised 2020. Historic American Landscape Surve…

  • Vail, Hislop, and Harvey 1877-1878

    …n as one believes and has pictured to him in England by enthusiastic cattle-raisers of America. My motto for the future is, ‘Seeing is believing.” Empire Ranch cattle, 1920s. ERF archives: A122-2a Branding—March 1877 Vail also found the branding taxing (3/2/1877): “We have been very busy for the last few days branding our cattle which has been pretty hard work and I am glad to say it is about finishes we only have about 70 head that all not brande…

  • Boice Family Ranching History, 1859-1928

    …ivate Memorial Room at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Glendale, CA. Courtesy of Find-A-Grave On December 7, 1919 Henry S. Boice died in Pasadena, CA. He had been ill for several months. He was survived by his wife, LuBelle and their five children. Will Barnes wrote in his obituary of Henry S.: “In his home life he was singularly happy, his relations with his children being more that of a big brother than a father.” [The Breeder’s Gazette, 2/12/1920] Henry…

  • The Partners Meet and Prepare to Travel to Arizona (June-July 4, 1876)

    …he Empire Ranch Foundation: “Grandfather, Edward Nye Fish, sent his brother-in-law, William Wakefield, out to homestead the Empire Ranch. Far be it from Grandpa to bother about that! Evidently Uncle Will did a lot of his footwork for him—a lot of mining and things like that, that Grandpa was interested in. Grandpa would put up the money, and then Uncle Will would go out and do it. And then after he had proven up on it, then Grandpa paid him off an…

  • Map & Directions

    View Larger Map From Tucson Go east on I-10 and exit at Route 83 (scenic highway) Proceed south on Route 83 approximately 18 miles to the paved gravel road on your left between mile post 40 and 39. Watch for brown Historic Empire Ranch sign on the right side of the highway. Turn east (left) onto paved road and follow for 3 miles to the Empire Ranch House on your left. From Sonoita Go north on Route 83 for 6.6 miles, to the paved gravel road on yo…

  • Hours, Map & Directions

    …fice. Some of the rooms at the historic Empire Ranch headquarters are wheel-chair accessible through the front breezeway (zaguán) entrance; the public restrooms are wheel-chair accessible. The terrain around the Empire Ranch headquarters is primarily dirt with uneven surfaces that can be challenging for some mobility scooters. While often providing serenity and quiet, several times during the year special events are hosted by the Empire Ranch Foun…