Sadie & Maggie Archibald


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Maggie Archibald was a teacher at the Miller Valley school. She married Frank Andrews on June 21, 1891 in Prescott, Arizona. Maggie was a "Desert Beauty", a member of a female baseball team. Her team won the Mohave County championship in 1916.

Sources: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner January 1, 1891; Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner Juner 21, 1892; Mohave County Miner October 28, 1916.

Sadie Archibald opened her office as a stenographer and typewriter in Prescott, Arizona in 1895. She worked in the Prescott Electric company telephone office. She was appointed a Notary Public in Prescott in 1897. She was the sister-in-law of Nellie Cashman's niece, Marie Cunningham, who was married to Sadie's brother Miles Archibald.

Sources: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner October 20, 1897; Arizona Republic November 23, 1897; Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner August 7, 1895.


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