SELECT SCHWEPKER IMAGES FROM PHOTOJOURNALISM
Phoenix Fire makes a life-saving rescue during a rare flood
Mother Teresa jokingly points a finger at one of her backers, Charles Keating, who ran into big trouble with his Lincoln Savings and Loan later on.
In the midst of Nixon's Watergate issues, the faithful still believed during this 1974 photo
A canal rescue by firemen in Phoenix
A Valentine's Day Kiss-Off contest
Barry Goldwater gets standing
ovation from Young Republicans at 1988 Convention
THEY CALL IT HOME
This photo story was produced for the Arizona Republic on a squatter community in Nogales, Mexico.
The lure of US border plants near the border brought hope and
jobs to hundreds of Mexicans, but the price was lack of adequate housing.
Communities popped up on private land
overwhelming parts of Nogales with huts made of cardboard and plywood without adequate water, no electricity and no sewer favorites.
Here are some images of the proud people
in one of those settlements.
The young and the poor
A not-so-beaming look from tennis great John McEnroe