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  • Online Gift Shop

    …You can now shop online for ERF Gift Shop items. Your purchase helps preserve and protect the Empire Ranch! Items for sale include Empire Ranch Foundation denim shirts, t-shirts and books, souvenir coffee cups, Western jewelry and an ever changing offering of gifts for youngsters and seniors – and everyone else in between! Click here to start shopping. Posted 7/11/2021…

  • 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…

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

    …a Merry Christmas” stuck in a stick at the top of the first successful plum-pudding at Empire Ranch, the inscription being in Spanish as well, so as our sheep herder could see it, but before he had finished he had to unbutton his waistcoat and the top button of another article of dress, finding that his eye was larger than his stomach. I surrounded the pudding with brandy and set light to it in the regular old style. Though we are in a rough count…

  • Chiricahua Ranches Company Ownership, 1928-1951

    …lston, who started this craft work at the base. Mrs. Boice’s “specialty,” according to the men, is showing them colored films of scenes in Arizona on her motion picture projection equipment. Grey Ladies like Mrs. Boice…are on duty at the base [Davis Monthan] three days a week now.” [Arizona Daily Star, 7/14/1943] Mary remained active in the Tucson Garden Club where the programs began to focus on “Victory Gardens.” She was also admitted to the Tucs…

  • Boice Family Ranching History, 1859-1928

    …es in her graces of manner all the elements of popularity.” [St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 4/21/1889] The couple settled in Independence after their marriage, and moved to Kansas City, MO by 1897. LuBelle Gudgell with Hereford bull, Beau Gaston, 1890s. ERF archives: B203-43 Henry and LuBelle Boice Children Henry and LuBelle had five children, all born in Missouri. The eldest, Henry Gudgell Boice, was born on February 26, 1893. Frank Seymour Boice was b…

  • Vail, Hislop, and Harvey 1877-1878

    …nsist of suckling pig, turkey ( if possible), ducks, quail and English plum-pudding served up in good old English style surrounded by burning brandy, by your humble servant, that will not be so bad for Arizona?”   Gould’s turkey, a native Arizona wild turkey commonly found in the southern part of the state. Courtesy of the National Park Service. Hislop Selling Out?—January 1878 Hislop’s outlook on life at the Empire Ranch did not improve in the ne…

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

    …hope he will not lose money by the speculation.” John Clum (center) with Indians Diablo and Eskiminzin on the San Carlos Agency in 1875. Source: Library of Congress August 4, 1876—More Local News An article in the Tucson Citizen (8/5/1876) reports on railroad progress: “After years of waiting and hoping for railway facilities in Arizona, we are very soon to enjoy them; if not far into the interior, at least within our western border. For several w…

  • Frank & Mary Boice Family Ownership, 1951-1969

    …p was 50% Pancho Boice and 50% Bob and Miriam Boice. Pancho managed the day-to-day operations of the Empire Ranch and Bob did the same for the Slash S. Grant Boice recalls: “…we would ship the calves from the Empire up to the Slash S. Instead of selling them at the Empire, we’d pasture them on the Slash S from the fall through the spring. We would sell them from the Slash S in the spring. Everything they did, they did together.” [Grant Boice oral…

  • 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…

  • Area Attractions

    …ountain Empire.” Located in the heart of Arizona’s Wine Country at an elevation of 5,000 feet, the Sonoita plain is surrounded by breathtaking mountain ranges – the Santa Ritas, Whetstones, Huachucas, and Canelo Hills. Considered high desert grassland, Sonoita is extraordinarily beautiful with rolling hills, lush grasslands, Arizona ash and oak trees, and colorful wildflowers. There are many things to do and places to stay while visiting the area….