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Fred Rochlin

b. November 4, 1923 Nogales
d. June 22, 2002 Los Angeles

Architect, artist, photographer,
monologist, memoirist and
collector of Western Jewish Americana

Excerpts from On Her Way Home

 

by Harriet Rochlin
Third Novel in the Desert Dwellers trilogy

Brides for Brethren: Arizona Territory — 1854-1883

MARRIED

Mr. Drachman has received a letter from California which brings the gay tidings of the sudden and unexpected marriage of I. Goldberg, the everlasting "Lomo de Oro." A few of his friends at the time of his departure for California some three months ago had a sneaking idea that his "pleasure trip" would result in some such tragedy. MORAL: Now all young men a warning take - and stay at home for mercy sake.

The above item appeared in the Tucson Weekly Arizonan, November 11, 1870. A month later, the editor updated his report on the colorful "Lomo de Oro," a playful Spanish rendition of the name Goldberg.