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Overview Dave Duckworth begins by telling how he and Helen came to Mesa in 1943 so he could work as a pharmacist. He talks about living in the Evergreen district, owning a drugstore with his father, and how medicine has changed in 40 years. He describes what Mesa was like in the 1940's with wide streets, a thriving downtown district, and good schools. Mr. Duckworth talks about the semi-rural environment that allowed people to have horses in their yards in the middle of town. He mentions being a charter...
Dates: 1986 November 6; Digitization: 2006 March