Dolly Butler


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Dolly Butler (b. 1880 - d. unknown) was born in Kansas in 1880. Her mother was Eliza J. Butler, born in Virginia. Her father was born in England.

Dolly was appointed chief deputy recorder for Yavapai County, Arizona by Edith Ruffner in March, 1917. She resigned in April 1917.

Handwriting on back of photo reads: To Lizzie; Dolly Butler

Sources: Weekly Journal Miner March 28,1917; April 4, 1917.


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