PRO Neighborhoods


Horseback riding near the Santa Cruz River in the
1930s. Photo courtesy of D. Estela Dalton. Montando
caballos cerca del Río Santa Cruz en los años 30.
Foto cortesía de D. Estela Dalton.

Proceeds from this book will go directly to the "Path to the River" Public Art fund via the Barrio Anita Neighborhood Association. Las ganancias de este libro apoyarán el arte publico del "Camino al Río" a través de la asociación de vecinos en Barrio Anita.

Este libro fue financiado por "PRO Neighborhoods" y los Multiple Benefits Water Projects de la Ciudad de Tucson. Tambien agradecemos a las siguiente personas:

This book is made possible with funding from PRO Neighborhoods and the City of Tucson's Multiple Benefits Water Projects. We'd also like to thank the following individuals:

Yolanda Alvarez, Davis School Computer Lab
Elizabeth Arnot-Hopffer, Davis School Curriculum Specialist
Pilar Atjian, Davis School Librarian
Peter Booth, Arizona Historical Society
Ricardo Castro, Translation assistance
Albert Elias, City of Tucson
Freda Johnson, Rillito Consulting Group, Inc.
Terry Howard, parent
David Hoyt Johnson, Tucson-Pima Arts Council
Lisa Nutt, Translation assistance
Ramón Olivas, Barrio Anita Neighborhood Association
José Olivas, Davis School "School After Dark" Coordinator
Saúl Ostroff, Ochoa Elementary School
Angelica Poveda, Translation assistance
Dr. Guadalupe Romero, Principal, Davis Bilingual Magnet School
Janet Roths, Barrio Anita Neighborhood Association
Debbie Becher, PRO Neighborhoods
Barbara Tellman, UA Water Resources Research Center Pizza Hut (for donating pizza during School After Dark)

Y por sus recuerdos:
And for their memories:
D. Estela Dalton
David Herrera
David Zaragoza
Rosanna Radspinner
Frank and Julia Soto