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A series of tragedies on a 1930 movie set in Arizona leaves dead and injured, including Sedona’s first USFS Ranger. Joe Meehan, Curator at the Pioneer Museum in Flagstaff, will share the story of a Hollywood movie made up near Cameron that literally had mayhem, death, and destruction – although they did not plan it that way, and it was only intended to be a minor part of the plot.
Billy Wallace, Sedona’s first Forest Server Ranger, survived being wounded on San Juan Hill with Teddy Roosevelt in 1898, only to be almost killed in 1930 making a movie. How’s that for irony?
Kim Thompson became the third woman to graduate from the Arizona DPS academy and the first patrol officer in a rural area. Her first duty station was in Sedona in 1974.