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    • "Arizona's Golden Era" - 50th Anniversary of Arizona.

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    • Mineral Industries -- Arizona; Tourism -- Arizona; Water Resources Development -- Arizona; Desert Ecology -- Arizona; Education -- Arizona
    • "Arizona's Golden Era: Progress Report on the Fastest Growing State in the Union on the Eve of the 50th Anniversary of Arizona's Statehood". A news supplement to the Arizona Daily Sun detailing the history and progress of Arizona's tourist...
    • Deportation During 1917 Bisbee Mining Strike

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    • Deportation -- Arizona -- Bisbee; Strikes and Lockouts -- Copper Mining -- Arizona -- Bisbee -- Pictoral Works; Bisbee (Ariz.); Cochise County (Ariz.)
    • Deportation of I.W.W. Strikers from Bisbee, Arizona. From the Los Mineros Photograph Collection. Arizona State University Libraries, Department of Archives and Special Collections.
    • "The Slavic Experience"

    • Norman, Bill
    • Europe, Eastern -- Immigration and Emigration -- Arizona; Mines and Mineral Resources -- Arizona -- History; Globe (Ariz.)
    • "The Slavic Experience" -- Article describing the Slavic experience in mining towns and how they dealt with social problems related to their ethnicity.
    • "Trails, Drives, and Saddle Horses"

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    • Trail Riding -- Arizona -- Description and Travel; Tourism -- Arizona -- Grand Canyon National Park
    • "Trails, Drives, and Saddle Horses" -- Booklet with a Description of the Scenery, Landmarks, and Various Trails and Rides Offered Throughout the Grand Canyon Area.
    • "Migrants"

    • Ruth Ealy
    • Migrant agricultural laborers -- Arizona; Migrant labor -- Camps -- Arizona; Agriculture -- Cotton -- Arizona; Missionaries -- Arizona
    • Ruth Ealy's reflections on the life conditions of migrant agricultural laborers, focusing on two Arizona migrant labor camps: Eleven-Mile Camp near Tucson and Cortars Farm Camp near Eloy. Predominantly, Ealy writes about the potential benefits that...
    • Bright Angel Hotel Begins at Grand Canyon, June 6, 1903.

    • Arizona daily sun (Flagstaff, Ariz.)
    • Tourism--Arizona--Grand Canyon; Hotels; Architecture--Arizona--Grand Canyon; Historic Buildings--West (U.S.)
    • This article from the Coconino Sun discusses the building of a new hotel near the head of Bright Angel Trail at the Grand Canyon.
    • Carl Hayden Papers -- Immigration Records

    • Hayden, Carl T.
    • Hayden Carl Trumbull, 1877-1972; Foreign Workers -- Labor Unions -- Organizing -- Arizona -- Archives
    • Information regarding immigrants joining unions while being persecuted for not being U.S. citizens.
    • "Famous Arizona Ranchers Welcomes You"

    • Arizona Highway Department -- Travel Bureau
    • Ranching -- Arizona; Tourism -- Arizona
    • "Famous Arizona Ranchers Welcome You" -- Brochure of Guest Ranches in Arizona with History of Ranching in Arizona.
    • "Navajos and Spaniards"

    • Trafzer, Clifford E.
    • Indians of North America -- Navajos; Spanish Missions -- Southwest, New -- Arizona
    • "Navajos and Spaniards" -- Historical Essay Dealing with Spanish Missionary Efforts with the Navajo Indians.
    • I.W.W. Deportations 1917 "Marching from Bisbee"

    • George C. Dix
    • Deportation -- Arizona -- Pictoral Works; Industry -- Mining -- Copper; Labor Disputes -- Arizona; Bisbee, Arizona; Bisbee Industrial Association; Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.); Workman's Loyalty League
    • Photograph of the I.W.W. Deportations. The Photographer, George C. Dix, operated a studio in the Schmidt Building in Bisbee and photographed the Bisbee Deportation in 1917 as a photo postcard series. Image #20 "Marching from Bisbee"
    • I.W.W. Deportations 1917 "Loading Strikers on Train at Warren"

    • George C. Dix
    • Deportation -- Arizona -- Pictoral Works; Industry -- Mining -- Copper; Labor Disputes -- Arizona; Bisbee, Arizona; Bisbee Industrial Association; Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.); Workman's Loyalty League
    • Photograph of the I.W.W. Deportations. The Photographer, George C. Dix, operated a studio in the Schmidt Building in Bisbee and photographed the Bisbee Deportation in 1917 as a photo postcard series. Image #27 "Loading Strikers on Train at Warren"
    • I.W.W. Deportations 1917 "Loading Cars"

    • George C. Dix
    • Deportation -- Arizona -- Pictoral Works; Industry -- Mining -- Copper; Labor Disputes -- Arizona; Bisbee, Arizona; Bisbee Industrial Association; Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.); Workman's Loyalty League
    • Photograph of the I.W.W. Deportations. The Photographer, George C. Dix, operated a studio in the Schmidt Building in Bisbee and photographed the Bisbee Deportation in 1917 as a photo postcard series. Image #28 "Loading Cars"
    • I.W.W. Deportations 1917 "Men Assembled in Ballpark"

    • George C. Dix
    • Deportation -- Arizona -- Pictoral Works; Industry -- Mining -- Copper; Labor Disputes -- Arizona; Bisbee, Arizona; Bisbee Industrial Association; Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.); Workman's Loyalty League
    • Photograph of the I.W.W. Deportations. The Photographer, George C. Dix, operated a studio in the Schmidt Building in Bisbee and photographed the Bisbee Deportation in 1917 as a photo postcard series. Image #34 "Men Assembled in Ballpark"
    • I.W.W. Deportations 1917 "Striker Resisting Arrest"

    • George C. Dix
    • Deportation -- Arizona -- Pictoral Works; Industry -- Mining -- Copper; Labor Disputes -- Arizona; Bisbee, Arizona; Bisbee Industrial Association; Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.); Workman's Loyalty League
    • Photograph of the I.W.W. Deportations. The Photographer, George C. Dix, operated a studio in the Schmidt Building in Bisbee and photographed the Bisbee Deportation in 1917 as a photo postcard series. Image #44 "Striker Resisting Arrest"
    • "You'll Like Nogales" An Invitation to the City

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    • Tourism -- Nogales (Ariz.); Climate -- Nogales (Ariz.); Health -- Climate -- Arizona
    • "You'll Like Arizona" -- Leaflet with an image of the Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora, Mexico Border and text regarding living information in Nogales.
    • Mexican Immigration Article

    • Lopez, Henry
    • Agricultural Laborers -- Arizona -- 20th Century -- History
    • Re-print of article, "Here They Come Again: A Mexican View of the Wetback Problem". Article describes the U.S. - Mexico agreement to allow 100,000 braceros to enter the U.S. to help farmers in the Southwest. Originally from "Frontier Magazine":...
    • Hunting Party

    • Campbell, Gilbert
    • Rabbit Hunting -- Arizona -- Pictoral Works; Coyote Hunting -- Arizona -- Pictoral Works
    • A Hunting Party with Dead Rabbits and Coyotes. From the Gilbert and Myrtle Campbell Photograph Collection. Materials from this collection may be accessed at the Department of Archives and Special Collections, Arizona State University Libraries.

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