"It is my wish and desire to be burried [sic] on some Butte or Mountain overlooking the Salt River Valley. I came to Arizona in July 1881, this has been my home and constant endeavor since those days in trying to make Arizona a great Commonwealth. The people of this state had been good to me and in my last sleep I want to be burried [sic] that I may in my spirit overlook this splendid Valley that in the years to come wil be the mecca of those that love beautiful things, and in a state where the people rule."
-- Governor George W. P. Hunt, November 1929
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