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The photo below, courtesy of Yola Wildman Nugent, shows her father, Horatio Wildman, Sr. throwing out the first pitch for an Avalos baseball game. Mr. Wildman was Superintendent of the Mill from 1946-1954. The Wildman family included Horatio Wildman, Sr., his wife, Carmen (“Chata”) Wildman de Gonzalez de Beovide, two daughters, Helen Carmen (Wildman) Bell and Yola Teresita (Wildman) Nugent, and one son, Horatio Wildman, Jr. The Wildman’s lived in Casa #32 in the Colony.

Horatio Wildman, Sr. - Superintendent, Avalos Smelter

Horatio Wildman, Sr. - Superintendent of the Mill at Avalos

You can read more about baseball in Chihuahua and Avalos by following the links to the articles below in El Heraldo de Chihuahua.

Beisbol de Chihuahua .. Los años 40

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Dorada Historia

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