Sharlot Mabridth Hall
- Resided in Room 108. She moved into the Pioneers’ Home on April 2, 1943, and passed away April 9, 1943.
- More info on Sharlot Hall
Mary K. Cummings (Big Nose Kate)
- Big Nose Kate
John Miller (Possibly Billy the Kid)
- He was considered by some to be Billy the Kid.
Nathan Boyd Tenney (AZ Senator)
- 90 years young, of Prescott, AZ, passed away December 6, 2005 at Arizona Pioneer Home. Born June 22, 1915 in Stanley, AZ, he was described as “Arizona’s Cowboy Senator” in an article published by the Tenney Times in January 2001 (for reprints, request issue #20). He served with the Arizona legislature for 20 years and had a colorful style of wearing a Stetson with his suits. He was also a rancher and a feed store business owner under the name Tenney Feed and Livestock.
Albert Franklin Banta
- Discovered the huge Meteor Crater west of Winslow
- Founding member of Yavapai College and dubbed “The Mother of Yavapai College.”
- Frances was an actor in many movies with John Wayne
Mrs. Margaret Rowe Clifford
- Author of Arizona's first state anthem, titled "Arizona," copyright 1915.
- Resident of the Pioneers' Home from 1921-1926.
Effie Anderson Smith AKA Mrs. A. Y. Smith
- Known as the Dean of Arizona Women Artists. Effie was an impressionist painter of desert landscapes, many of Cochise County, and the Grand Canyon.
- For more information on Effie Anderson Smith, please visit her website at www.effieandersonsmith.com
Harvey House Girls
- Cora Scott
- Marie Zismann
- Rosella Myers Viedorfer
- Diana McGonagill
- Emma A. Street
The following newspaper articles about the Arizona Pioneers’ Home have been transcribed verbatim, utilizing typeset as close to the original as possible. Many more articles throughout the years have been printed about the Home. Only a few articles of interest from each decade have been included. Please select a decade to view the articles from that period.