June 2, 2022 / Modified jun 3, 2022 12:08 p.m.

Praising the earned beauty of "The Crone Body".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Therapist Susan Miner on building the foundation for inner peace; and the history behind Ormsby Park in Tucson's Barrio Santa Cruz.

jade beall vikki unsized Vikki, from "The Crone Body".
Jade Beall

The City of Bisbee
Arizona Spotlight

June 2, 2022

This episode is supported by the City of Bisbee.
NPR

Featured on the June 2nd, 2022 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:

jade beall grandmother granddaughter Grandmother & granddaughter, from "The Crone Body".
Jade Beall

jade beall carmalene unsized Carmelene, from "The Crone Body".
Jade Beall
kade beall des unsized Des, from "The Crone Body".
Jade Beall

susan miner radio headphones spotlight Therapist and author Susan Miner.
Jane Hass Photography

william wallace ormsby unsized William Wallace Ormsby, Civil War veteran and early Tucson pioneer. Namesake of Ormsby Park. Courtesy of Henry Ormsby
william buelna ormsby hero William Buelna Ormsby in 1933. Courtesy of Henry Ormsby

windmills in barrio santa cruz hero Windmills in Barrio Santa Cruz, ca. 1930s or 1940s that were installed by William B. Ormsby. Courtesy of Henry Ormsby

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