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    • The Golden Eaglet

    • The Golden Eaglet
    • Herz, Bobbi
    • Arizona Golden Eaglet
    • Stained glass panels designed for the Girl Scout administration building at 119 E. Coronado, Phoenix, AZ, the former Carl Pleasant home, purchased by the Girl Scouts in 1980. The dress from which the stained glass panels were modelled belonged to...
    • ICOM International Museum Day 2011 Poster

    • ICOM International Museum Day 2011 Poster
    • International Council of Museums
    • International Museum Day
    • The International Council of Museums urges museums all over the world to celebrate International Museum Day on or near May 18th. This poster is provided by ICOM.
    • The State Capitol Building in Phoenix

    • The State Capitol Building in Phoenix
    • Gordon, James Riely (Architect); Lovell, Tom (Builder)
    • Arizona State Capitol Building
    • The State Capitol Building is the home of the Arizona Capitol Museum. Prior to this it was used as the seat of Arizona’s three branches of government, both as a state and as a territory. The building’s historical, political and architectural...
    • Winged Victory

    • Winged Victory
    • Arrazola, Taylor (photographer)
    • Arizona State Capitol Building
    • This statue is located on the top of the Arizona Capitol Building’s copper dome. Original to the building’s design, Winged Victory is a weathervane that is able to turn in the direction of wind gusts moving at seven miles per hour. The...
    • National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination Form

    • National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination Form
    • Marjorie Wilson and Dorothy Hall
    • Arizona State Capitol Building
    • This document is an application for recognition of the Arizona Capitol Building as a historic place. It describes the building as it was in 1974 with both text and photographs, in addition to describing various aspects of the building’s history...
    • Arizona Indian Wars Exhibit

    • Arizona Indian Wars Exhibit
    • Colonel Joseph E. Abodeely, USA (Ret)
    • Military
    • (From left to right) 10th Cavalry Buffalo Soldier; Apache Warrior; US Cavalry Officer. The exhibit depicts soldiers and Apache in attire and accoutrements and weapons
    • Representative Vietnam soldiers exhibit

    • Representative Vietnam soldiers exhibit
    • Colonel Joseph E. Abodeely, USA (Ret)
    • Military
    • (From right to left) US Marine; Air Cavalry; Soldier; Army Aviator; US Soldier. The display depicts soldiers in uniforms and accoutrements and weapons
    • Huey helicopter exhibit

    • Huey helicopter exhibit
    • Colonel Joseph E. Abodeely, USA (Ret)
    • Huey Helicopter
    • UH-1C helicopter gunship armed with mini-guns, rocket pods, and grenade launcher
    • Cowboy’s Dream

    • Cowboy’s Dream
    • Megargee, Alonzo (Lon), 1883-1960
    • Painting
    • Megargee moved to Arizona from Philadelphia in 1896, where, after a decade of cowboying around the territory, he had a successful career as an artist, highlighted by painting the murals for the Arizona State Capitol. He created four versions of...
    • The Wickenburg Stage

    • The Wickenburg Stage
    • unknown
    • Artifact
    • Originally built to service the California gold fields, this mud wagon ran between Eureka, California and Ehrenberg, Arizona, then on to Wickenburg, Arizona. It was acquired by the Flying E Dude Ranch in 1947 and used to carry guests from the...
    • A Passing Storm

    • A Passing Storm
    • Moran, Thomas, 1837-1926
    • Painting
    • This 35-3/4” x 30-3/4” oil painting of the Grand Canyon, Moran’s almost exclusive subject in his later years, was painted in his 84th year. He noted: “Of all the places on earth the great canyon of Arizona is the most inspiring in its...
    • Broncho Buster

    • Broncho Buster
    • Frederic Remington (1861-1909)
    • Sculpture
    • Remington’s four most successful bronzes based on sales, each featuring a single horse and rider, are all represented by fine casts in the Desert Caballeros Western Museum’s collection. Broncho Buster, Roman Bronze Works No. 7, was designed in...
    • Bola Ties

    • Bola Ties
    • Victor Cedarstaff
    • Artifacts
    • Arizona’s official neckwear, the type of bola tie pictured here was created in the late 1940s by Wickenburger Vic Cedarstaff. The Museum houses a large collection of souvenir bolas worn on air by Phoenix TV anchorman Bill Close, as well as the...
    • Cowgirl Up! Art from the Other Half of the West

    • Cowgirl Up! Art from the Other Half of the West
    • Maricopa County Historical Society Desert Caballeros Western Museum
    • Exhibition
    • In its 6th year in 2011, Cowgirl Up! Art from the Other Half of the West is an invitational art exhibition and sale and the Museum’s major annual fundraiser. The 150+ paintings, sculpture and works on paper in the month-long exhibition are all...
    • All Creatures Great and Small

    • All Creatures Great and Small
    • Halle Heart Children’s Museum
    • Heart health
    • An exhibit that compares and contrasts the human heart with the heart of other animals. Through a hands-on, interactive exhibit, students are encouraged to discover though all animals have a heart, each animal has individual characteristics in how...
    • The Beat Goes On

    • The Beat Goes On
    • Halle Heart Children’s Museum
    • Heart health
    • In this exhibit area, students can check their heart rate at a kinetic sculpture that responds to the heart beat. Students are encouraged to check their resting heart rate at the sculpture, participate in an excercise video to reach their target...
    • Stay on Course

    • Stay on Course
    • Halle Heart Children’s Museum
    • Heart health
    • An exhibit that visually demonstrates how smoking causes the arteries to constrict. A mini putt putt golf designed to simulate a working artery allows students to experience how a blood cell (the ball) has a difficult time going through a...
    • Follow Your Heart

    • Follow Your Heart
    • Halle Heart Children’s Museum
    • Heart health
    • In this exhibit area, students are taught about the circulatory system. Students learn about the circulatory system through exploration of a giant human heart, watching how the blood vessels deliver oxygen and remove the waste, and taking a closer...

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