No creature comforts in Yuma in the early 1900's
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In an undated family photo, Frank Cooper (center) poses with his brother Joe and son David Cooper.
No creature comforts in Yuma in the early 1900's.
Frank Cooper was born in 1914, two years after Arizona became the Union's 48th state. It was also the year his parents arrived in Yuma from Salinas, Calif. Attracted by the irrigation project, they purchased 80 acres at the corner of Somerton Avenue and 8th Street, where the University of Arizona. Read No creature comforts in Yuma in the early 1900's...