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  • Vail & Gates, 1888-1909

    …in the late l880s, Vail and Gates had begun shipping more yearlings and two-year-olds to Warner’s Ranch near San Diego. In fall of 1889, just before the larger ranchers commenced their annual shipments of stock to winter pastures outside Arizona, the Southern Pacific raised its rates to various points in California. Company officials in San Francisco believed Arizona cattle growers could afford a twenty-five percent increase and would have no alte…

  • Chiricahua Ranches Company Ownership, 1928-1951

    …mesquite. The experiments are being conducted on stumps freshly cut and two-year old stumps.” [Tucson Citizen, 4/3/1931] Over the years Frank Boice would try differing methods of mesquite control, often in collaboration with UA scientists. Frank Boice girdling a mesquite with an ax, 1940. ERF archives: B407-101 Report of the Rodeo (Roundup)—1932 Eva Ferra, age 15, frequently wrote reports for the Empire [school] Merry Makers, which appeared in the

  • Banning Vail, 1909-1929

    …e for polo playing. In addition, Banning Vail now has a large number of two-year-old colts in the pastures of the Empire ranch which within the next two year will develop into acceptable polo horses. There are about 20 or more of these colts which were bred by the Vail stallion a horse of strong thoroughbred blood. From an economic standpoint the breeding of polo horses in this section will be a factor of importance in ridding the range of scrub h…

  • Boice Family Ranching History, 1859-1928

    …Henry S. told the local barkeeper that he was interested in purchasing two-year-old steers. “…delivery in May and June, stuff to be full aged, of any color, cripples, runts, swaybacks, and big jaws to be cut out.” The local ranchers soon learned that Henry S. Boice was interested in buying 20,000 head at $12 apiece, and instantly signed up. Henry S. returned and “on the date of the first delivery he was on hand ready to receive the steers. Bankin…

  • Newsletter Articles – Topic Index

    …Moving Forward, May 2011, p. 1 Welcome and Thank You!, Feb 2011, p.1 Your Year-End Support Makes Progress Possible, Nov 2010, p.1 Our Members Are the Absolute Best!, Aug 2010, p.1 Every Member Counts!, May 2010, p.1 Thanks! For Your Generous Response, Feb 2010, p.1 Support the ERF While You Search or Shop the Internet, Feb 2010, p.3 Year-End Appeal Seeks Funding for Adobe Haybarn, Nov 2009, p. 1 Thanks for Your Membership Support!, Aug 2009, p. 1…

  • Frank & Mary Boice Family Ownership, 1951-1969

    …hool, you’d have really been a cowboy.’ Because he was really a good hand a-horseback, he was a good manager, and he just was all around, knew what to do. I know for years I’d worked for him there, and he’d never had a rope down, because I was with him all the time when he worked with us. We was penning some cattle, and a calf broke back, Bob jerks his rope down, and just jumped out there and just—wearing a collar around his neck, just…. It surpri…

  • Vail, Hislop, and Harvey 1877-1878

    …ve had of late but we ought not to complain as it has given us grass for a year.” Horse drawn hay rake. Courtesy of Stanley Howe Hoping Ned Will Join the Partnership—August 1878 Walter also expresses his hope that his brother Ned would come to Arizona instead of planning to move to Kansas to work with Cousin Tracy. “ I am sorry to hear that you are going to Kansas as I am afraid you will not like it there as well as you did in New York as the peop…

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

    …miles in day with no chance of getting anything to eat for twelve hours.” Horses holding a roped bull, 1880s. This image was used to create the Vail Company letterhead. Source: ERF archives A410-01 July 20, 1876—An Aborted Trip to the Rincon Ranch Hislop writes (8/7/1876): Started for the Rincon Ranch at 2 p.m. and lost our way so had to turn back to Tucson, as we could not find any water. If we had camped out we thought our horses would perish a…

  • Empire Land & Cattle Company, 1883-1887

    …nd, Charles Owen, were killed at their ranch near Aqua Fria. Mrs. Peck’s 12-year-old niece was kidnapped, and Mr. Peck’s life was spared. The niece was later rescued in Mexico by Mexicans who fought the raiding party. [Arizona Weekly Star, 7/1/1886]. Geronimo (right), son and two other braves, 1886. Photograph by C.S. Fly. Courtesy of Library of Congress Finding New Pastures in the Midwest–1886 In 1886, the Empire leased grassland in Kansas from t…

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

    …letters. Hislop writes (10/22/1876): “At the time I am writing there is a company of soldiers on our ranch camping, in search of Indians. They are about 200 yds. from the house and I am all alone again, as my other two partners have gone to look at some corn fodder which we want for our horses during the winter, only the horses that we use for riding after the stock, which is pretty hard work on the horses sometimes and they could not do with wha…