Wolf (Saclis) Sachs: One of the “Ten Cattle Kings of Arizona)

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Wolf Sachs

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Wolf Saclis was born in 1853 in one of the Baltic provinces of the Russian Federation.

Wolf Saclis lived in Germany for one year before setting out for New York in 1873 at the age of 20.

About this time he changed his name to Wolf Sachs.

He settled in Philadelphia where he ran a “department” in the Union Market of that day.

About 1877, Wolf Sachs left for Texas.

In the spring of 1878, Wolf Sachs rode on horseback from Texas to Cochise County, Arizona.

 

Business

Wolf Sachs supported himself by mining, prospecting, freighting, merchandising, and finally – cattle ranching.

In 1886 Wolf Sachs became a Territorial Inspector of Cattle Brands while living in Wilcox, Arizona.

In 1892 Wolf Sachs became a cattle rancher on 640 acres in the Salt River Valley.

He grazed large herds of “butter fat” cattle on his extensive alfalfa pastures in Tempe and Buckeye

He employed his cousin, Wolf Lukin, as a ranch foreman and slaughterhouse manager.

They were the only two Jews in Tempe, Arizona.

By 1901 Wolf Sachs was considered one of the ten Cattle Kings of Arizona by the local newspapers.

That same year he became a founding stockholder of the Tempe National Bank.

 

Civic

Wolf Sachs was always active in the Republican Party

in 1896 he was elected to the first Tempe City Council for one term.

The following year Wolf Sachs he became a founder of the Phoenix Cattlemen’s Association.

 

Fraternal

Wolf Sachs was a member of the International Order of Odd Fellow of Tempe. and a member of United Moderns.

 

Family

In 1895 Wolf Sachs built a new “Colonial Revival” home in Tempe when he married his deceased brother’s wife, Leona.

The house, located at 116 E. 6th Street, was listed of Historical Significance, 1896-1905.

In the late 1980s, the house was dismantled and rebuilt at Olde Towne Square with four other relocated historic homes.

 

Wolf Sachs passed away in 1914 and is buried in Beth Israel Cemetery in Phoenix.

 

“By his own well- applied energy and determination he has become rich and influential, and is deserving of great credit.

Public-spirited and liberal to worthy enterprises, Mr. Sachs has won the genuine regard of all associated with him.”– Portrait and Biographical Record of Arizona

 

More information can be found in the following issue of Western States Jewish History:

  • Sachs, Wolf; Wolf Sachs; Arizona; 31/1

Photo Gallery  [We Need a Picture of Wolf Sachs]

Regina Merwin is Curator of this Wolf SachsExhibit.

 

 

 

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