In 1865, two young immigrants arrived in New York where they later met and developed a partnership that lasted for many years. The first, George Pusch, had sailed from Bremmen, Germany and the second, John Zellweger, arrived from Switzerland. Both
Henry Shares His Memories During February 2010 Visit Pat Spoerl, president of the OVHS Board of Directors, invited Henry to share his memories. The following is a record of his presentation as he walked the property on Feb. 15, 2010.
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Honey Bee Village is one of the largest Hohokam villages in the northern Tucson Basin . Lying near the base of Pusch Ridge in the Rancho Vistoso development, it was occupied from about A .D .750 to A .D
IN SEARCH OF THE COUNTESS By Sybil Needham The Countess called her new home “Forest Lodge. Because it was surrounded by a citrus grove. She bought the property that lies north of Westward Look and east of Oracle Road from
STEAM PUMP RANCH by: HENRY ZIPF My Grandfather, George Pusch, arrived in New York from Germany in 1865. He was eighteen years old. He was accompanied by a friend, John Zellweger, a swiss boy 15 years old. They were meat