Home Sweet Jerome recounts 'fortunes, misfortunes, dreams and...

Apr 14, 2014 Full story: Verde Independent

If you had seen Jerome, AZ in 1979 when author Diane Sward Rapaport and her husband and young son drove into this ghost town of 250, you would never believe it could become what it is today - a bustling historic town with over a million visitors a year.

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Jeff Surplus

Manassas, VA

#1 Apr 16, 2014
We were there in the 60's. There was a man giving mule rides in the center of town. I guess a cross from then to now would be nice. Mr Peobody start up the way back machine.

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