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 Title:  Kuhne-Looney Family Papers, SHM PC-8 1808-2011 (Bulk dates 1902 - 2011) ead 
 Date(s):  1808-2011 (Bulk dates 1902 - 2011) 
 Abstract:  The Kuhne–Looney Family collection contains photos, negatives, historic documents, books, correspondence, scrap books, and albums for many Prescott area families. Frank Adolph Kuhne originally came to Prescott from Germany. They lived in Navajo and Howells, Arizona. He and his wife Marie had five children; Marie, Moritz “Moe”, Frank, Helen, and Robert. This collection also has information on the John Wilson Simmons family, the Alexander Brown family, the Henry Colquette family, the Giuseppe Enrico Gardarino family and the Looney family. It also includes photos of family friends, train wrecks in Skull Valley, and documents on Territorial Arizona. Documents describing the Yavapai County Youth Center (YCYC) are included. Havasupai documents from land acquisition and Kuhne’s work in the village are also included. 
 Repository:  Sharlot Hall Museum Library & Archives 
 Subjects:  Ranch life | Railroad trains | Yavapai County Youth Center 
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