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    • Workforce Investment Act Title IB annual report

    • Workforce Investment Act Title IB annual report
    • Arizona. Dept. of Economic Security. Division of Employment and Rehabilitation Services.
    • Occupational training--Arizona--Statistics--Periodicals; Occupational retraining--Arizona--Statistics--Periodicals; Vocational rehabilitation--Arizona--Periodicals;
    • This title contains one or more publications. Annual. Also called: Arizona Workforce Connection annual report.
    • Governor George W. P. Hunt's Portrait

    • Governor George W. P. Hunt's Portrait
    • Forster, J. W. L.
    • Hunt, George W. P. (George Wylie Paul), 1859-1934; Forster, J. W. L. (John Wycliffe Lowes), 1850-1938;
    • A portrait of Arizona's first Governor George W. P. Hunt who served from 1912-1916, 1918-1919, 1923-1928, and 1931-1932.
    • Cassette Talking Book Player

    • Cassette Talking Book Player
    • Telex
    • Braille & Talking Book Library (Ariz.);Talking books; Talking Book Library;
    • Cassette books made a big hit in the early 1970s. Starting in January 2001, all material became available on cassette only. The standard C1 model player was made by Telex for the Library of Congress. The machine will play both 2-track and 4-track...
    • Governor Hunt Photos

    • Governor Hunt Photos
    • Unknown
    • Hunt, George W. P. (George Wylie Paul), 1859-1934
    • Fictional "newspaper clipping" featuring a classified advertisement for a new Arizona Governor. The text was created to illustrate the basic requirements for governor.

      Photos of Governor George W. P. Hunt cutting the lawn at Arizona...
    • Maie Bartlett Heard 1868-1951

    • Maie Bartlett Heard 1868-1951
    • Arizona Quilter's Guild
    • Arizona Women's Hall of Fame
    • Maie Bartlett Heard moved to Phoenix with her husband, Dwight, to help him recover from a chest ailment. After he recovered, they became extremely involved with their community. Dwight Heard purchased ‘The Arizona Republican’ newspaper (today...

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