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  2. Nogales, Arizona - Wikipedia

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    Nogales ( Spanish for ' walnut trees '; Spanish: [noˈɣales]; English: / nəˈɡɑːlɪs / or / noʊˈɡɑːleɪs / [4]) is a city in and the county seat of Santa Cruz County, Arizona. The population was 20,837 at the 2010 census and estimated 20,103 in 2019. [5] Nogales forms part of the larger Tucson–Nogales combined statistical area, with ...

  3. Santa Cruz County, Arizona - Wikipedia

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    Santa Cruz is a county in southern Arizona, United States. As of the 2020 census, the population is 47,669. [1] The county seat is Nogales. [2] The county was established in 1899. It borders Pima County to the north and west, Cochise County to the east, and the Mexican state of Sonora to the south. Santa Cruz County includes the Nogales ...

  4. Harry J. Karns - Wikipedia

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    Harry John Karns (1880 – April 29, 1956) was an Arizona politician who served a single term in the Arizona State Senate during the 2nd Arizona State Legislature. He served 3 consecutive terms as mayor of Nogales from 1927 to 1933. While in office, he oversaw the paving of the streets of Nogales, installation of a sewer system, and street lights.

  5. List of historic properties in Nogales, Arizona - Wikipedia

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    This is a list which includes a photographic gallery, of some of the structures of historic significance in Nogales, Arizona.Nogales is a city in Santa Cruz County, Arizona which lies on the border of Mexico and is separated from the town of Nogales, Sonora in Mexico by a 20-foot-high row of steel beams, also known simply as the "Wall".

  6. Nogales-Grand Avenue Port of Entry - Wikipedia

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    The Nogales Arizona Port of Entry on Grand Avenue has been in existence since the early 20th century. It connects Interstate 19 with Mexican Federal Highway 15. The port of entry is named after former Arizona Senator Dennis DeConcini. The border station was completely rebuilt in 1966 and upgrades to the pedestrian gates were made by the General ...

  7. United States Post Office and Immigration Station – Nogales ...

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    December 3, 1985. The U.S. Post Office and Immigration Station – Nogales Main is a historic building in Nogales, Arizona, built in 1923. It is located one block east of Nogales' main commercial street, Morely Avenue, and one block from the Santa Cruz County Courthouse. It was listed for its architecture in the National Register of Historic ...

  8. Heroica Nogales - Wikipedia

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    Heroica Nogales (Spanish pronunciation: [eˈɾojka noˈɣales]), more commonly known as Nogales, is a city and the county seat of the Municipality of Nogales in the Mexican state of Sonora. It is located in the north of the state across the U.S.-Mexico border , and is abutted on its north by the city of Nogales, Arizona .

  9. Wirt Bowman - Wikipedia

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    2) Teresa Villagran. Wirt G. Bowman (March 28, 1874 – April 20, 1949) was an American self-described capitalist. He was also an entrepreneur, speculator, casino owner, and one of the founders of the Agua Caliente Casino and Hotel in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. Bowman was the son of a Virginian Confederate cavalry veteran and expert ...