Welcome to the Wicked City, Jerome Arizona
Filled with saloons, gambling dens, and bawdy houses, Jerome had a reputation as a rough and rowdy town. That reputation gained national notoriety on February 5, 1903, when the New York Sun proclaimed Jerome to be “The wickedest town in the West.”
July 2019 Contributors to the Wicked City Chronicle;
Katie Lehman – Cover Model
Gerri Wager – Hogs on the Hoof
Dave Hall – Guest Illustrator
Lauren Crosby – Guest Illustrator https://instagram.com/neonminiart
David F. Briggs, Geologist – History of the Verde Mining District
Charlie Connell ~ StampMillMan
Alenius, E.M.J., 1968 – A Brief History of the United Verde Open Pit, Jerome, Az:
Arizona Bureau of Mines Bulletin 178
Jerome State Historical Park
Michael Thompson – Photographer
Terry Molloy & Jerome Times Staff www.JeromeTimes.com
Rosa Cays – Proof Reading Editor
Ron Chilston – Web Site Guy & Cover Photographer email@example.com
Ed Wager – Publisher & Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
An Advertisement from December 1920
Wayne Pumps Advertisement
published December 1920 in Architect and Engineering Magazine
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