Mollie (Mary) E Fly
(1847 - 1925)
Mollie (Mary) E. Fly was active/lived in Arizona, California. Mollie Fly is known for western scene photography.
Biography Mollie (Mary) E. Fly
She was a typical frontierswoman -- didn't know what fear was."
Mary Edith Goodrich and Camillus Sidney Fly were married in San Francisco on September 28, 1879. The newlyweds shared not only a love of each other, but of adventure and photography as well. Thus, to indulge themselves, they moved to Arizona Territory. Arriving in Tombstone in December 1879, the Fly's, "Mollie" and "Buck" as they preferred to be called, quickly set up a photographic studio in a tent. By July of 1880, they had built a twelve-room boarding house. The "Fly Gallery" as the studio was named, occupied the back of the building at 312 Fremont Street in Tombstone.
While her husband roamed the countryside in search of historic photographic opportunities, Mo
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