Commentary: Black History Month shows big and small moments in Arizona’s past

Taken on the front porch of the Bachelor Officers Quarters in the late 1880s.  2nd Lt. William H. Smith is seated in the chair. It is not known who the other people are.  Hunting parties were put together for fun and to bring fresh meat to the table. The dogs were used for hunting. Photo by Dr. Edgar A. Mearns.

Taken on the front porch of the Bachelor Officers Quarters in the late 1880s. 2nd Lt. William H. Smith is seated in the chair. It is not known who the other people are. Hunting parties were put together for fun and to bring fresh meat to the table. The dogs were used for hunting. Photo by Dr. Edgar A. Mearns.

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