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      Living History: The Madam of Number 12 House in Tucson

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      January 12, 2010

      Tuesday  10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

      3455 N. First Ave.
      Tucson, Arizona

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      Living History: The Madam of Number 12 House

      1/12/2010 Tuesday 10:30am - 11:30am Location:
      Woods Memorial
      Large Meeting Room Categories:
      Adults
      Adults 50+

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      Presenter: Mari Martin, Arizona Historical Society docent
      Visit with a costumed "Dona Anna Charleau," who was a madam of Number 12 House in Gay Alley in Tucson. She will tell us about the history of prostitution in the Southwest and life among the "soiled doves," or working girls. Dona Anna was born in Tucson and died in 1970.
      This program is part of our Fit for Life 50+ series and is made possible by the Friends of the Pima County Public Library.


      Location:
      Woods Memorial
      Large Meeting Room

      Categories: Neighborhood

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