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More Photos Wanted

I want to start out by thanking the folks who have contributed their photos to wickenburg-az.com over the years. Our Photo Tours topic area remains one of the most popular areas on the site.

I also want to point out that our new site format makes it possible to display much larger photos than before. So while older posts have decidedly small images, all new posts — including those that contain only photos — will have images up to 504 pixels wide (that’s 7 inches at 72 dpi).

I’d like to encourage other Wickenburg shutterbugs to submit their photos for inclusion on the site. Please use the form on the Contact Us page to let me know if you have photos to share. I’ll provide an e-mail address you can e-mail them to, along with complete captions that describe the images.

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2 comments to More Photos Wanted

  • Kathy Krause

    Can you help me?
    On the Wickenburg-AZ.com website you have a photo of the Barney Martin family gravesite which is located on the Hassayampa River Preserve. Would you be so kind as to grant me permission to use the photo for an historical article I am preparing for the Prescott Courier newspaper through the Sharlot Hall Museum about the Barney Martin massacre in 1886. It would be a perfect asset to the story. It would also be some publicity for the Preserve. Thank you so much for a prompt response.

  • Allan

    You might also look at the following web link, which provides additional information on all of the graves located there:

    The APCRP (Arizona Pioneer Research Project) may be able to provide photos not seen elsewhere. I hope your article will include a reference to Ben Weaver, who is also buried at the site. Ben, the son of Pauline Weaver, was brutally killed in 1865 by Indians.