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    • Trip Through Arizona

    • D.P. Flanders
    • Western Travel -- 1870s; Arizona -- People
    • “D.P. Flanders” Photographic Album of Trip Through Arizona
    • Report of the Construction Committee

    • Arizona Territorial Prison Construction Committee
    • Arizona Territorial Prison; Prisons--Arizona--Design and construction; Correctional institutions--Arizona--Construction
    • 14 pages (PDF version); 2559.876 KB
    • Arizona School Laws

    • Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction
    • Educational law and legislation--Arizona
    • This title contains one or more publications.
    • Territorial Prison Report

    • Arizona Territorial Prison
    • Arizona--Territorial Prison--Periodicals; Prisons--Arizona--Periodicals
    • This title contains one or more documents.
    • Blacksmithing Tools:  Anvil

    • Unknown
    • Metalworking Tools and Equipment
    • 27"x11"x10" iron anvil of unknown date or origin, passed down to George Q. Matkin in 1896 by his uncle Charles Drury. George Q. learned the trade of blacksmithing from his Uncle Charles Drury
    • Education in Early Arizona

    • Trimble, Marshall
    • Arizona--History; Trimble, Marshall
    • "Education in Early Arizona," North Valley Magazine.
    • Escaping the Heat

    • Trimble, Marshall
    • Arizona--History; Trimble, Marshall
    • "Escaping the Heat," North Valley Magazine
    • Martha Summerhayes:  Frontier Army Bride

    • Trimble, Marshall
    • Arizona--History; Trimble, Marshall
    • "Martha Summerhayes: Frontier Army Bride," North Valley Magazine. "The Temperature was 122 degrees in the shade, the drinking water was 86 degrees, and the butter poured like oil. The spoiled food caused the refrigerator to stink...
    • The Great Diamond Hoax

    • Trimble, Marshall
    • Arizona--History; Trimble, Marshall
    • "The Great Diamond Hoax," North Valley Magazine.
    • The Man on the Seal

    • Trimble, Marshall
    • Arizona--History; Trimble, Marshall
    • "The Man on the Seal," North Valley Magazine
    • Cochise County

    • Unknown
    • Mining--Arizona; History--Arizona, History--Cochise County
    • A brief history of the mining, agricultural, cultural and social history of Cochise County at the beginning of the 20th century. Note: File size is 13 MB requiring several minutes to download.
    • Ready for Patrol

    • Unger, Theresa L.
    • United States. Army. Cavalry. United States. Army. Ordnance Corps.
    • A cavalryman, holding the horse's reins, preparing for a desert patrol in New Mexico is pictured with the support staff that emerged from the Civil War. An ordnance sergeant (red insignia and trouser stripe), a saddler (right background, and a...
    • Anson Peacely-Killen Safford, 1869-1877

    • Besser, William
    • Safford, A. P. K. (Anson Peasley Keeler), -1891; Governors--Arizona--Pictorial works;
    • Anson Peaceley-Killen Safford was born on February 14, 1828 or 1830 in Hyde Park, Vermont to Joseph Warren and Diantha P. (Little) Safford. The family moved to Illinois to farm when he was a boy. Safford went to California in March 1850 as part of...
    • Cooley Family History, Part 1

    • Cooley, Anthony
    • Oral histories; Arizona History; Apache County (Ariz.); Civil War in the West; Biography; Cooley, Corydon E. (Corydon Eliphalet), 1836-1917; Crook, General (George), 1829-1890; Navajo County (Ariz.); Show Low (Ariz.)--History; White Mountain...
    • Anthony Cooley tells the history of his famous great grandfather, Corydon E. Cooley, through documentation and family stories. He traces his arrival to the West prior to the Civil War, records of business enterprises in Colorado and New Mexico,...
    • Trojanovich, Part 2 Anton Jr.

    • John Trojanovich
    • Globe, Arizona
    • Anton Jr. and Mary Jonovich Trojanovich, and John Trojanovich Anton Jr. graduated from Globe High School and then went to Loyola and Stanford Universities. He was in the top 10 percent of the training class of the first Los Angeles Police...
    • Medal of Honor display.

    • Abodeely, Joseph
    • Arizona Military Museum; Military Museums--Arizona--History
    • Arizona has many Medal of Honor recipients. Most of them were Indian who received the nation's higest honor during the Indian Wars.
    • Photograph of Freight Wagons

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • B&W Photograph of Freight Wagons. Freighting was the occupation of many men who needed to supplement their living as subsistence farmers. Freight was hauled from Holbrook, where the railroad went through, to the stores in the communities of...
    • Most Reverend Jean Baptiste Salpointe

    • Buehman & Hartwell
    • Priests; Portraits
    • Bishop Jean Baptiste Salpointe standing next to a table with his hand resting on a book. Bishop Salpointe was ordained in 1851 in Clermont, France. He became Bishop of the Vicariate Apostolic of Arizona in 1868. He became Archbishop of Santa Fe...
    • A History of the Tucson Museum of Art Block 1775-1975

    • Lyons, Bettina
    • Tucson (Ariz.) -- History; Tucson Museum of Art Block (Ariz.) -- History; Tucson (Ariz.) -- Historic Houses; Tucson (Ariz.) -- History; 1775-1975; The Presidio, Tucson (Ariz.) -- History; La Plaza Militar, Tucson (Ariz.) -- History; Manuel Carrillo...
    • Booklet written by Bettina Lyons, Curator of Historic Sites, Tucson Museum of Art, in 1977 on the history of the Tucson Museum of Art Block, from the foundation of the Presidio in 1775 until 1977. Describes the Presidio's history as well as...
    • A History of La Casa Cordova and the Gabino Ortega Family and the Family of Maria Navarrete Cordova

    • Lyons, Bettina O'Neil
    • Tucson (Ariz.)--Social life and customs; Tucson (Ariz.)--History; Ortega family; Cordova family; Historic buildings -- Arizona -- Tucson; Tucson Museum of Art -- La Casa Cordova -- History; Tucson -- Historic Houses
    • Booklet written in 1980 by Bettina O'Neil Lyons, former Curator of Historic Sites at Tucson Museum of Art, detailing the history of La Casa Cordova and its residents. Nineteen pages.
    • A History of the Leonardo Romero House and the Leonardo Romero Family and the Severin Rambaud...

    • Lyons, Bettina O'Neil
    • Tucson (Ariz.)--Social life and customs; Tucson (Ariz.)--History; Leonardo Romero House (Tucson, Ariz.) Romero family; Rambaud family; Tucson (Ariz.) -- History; Tucson Museum of Art -- Leonardo Romero House; Tucson -- Historic Houses
    • Booklet written in 1980 by Bettina O'Neil Lyons, former Curator of Historic Sites at Tucson Museum of Art, detailing the history of the Leonardo Romero House and its residents. Nineteen pages.
    • Oral history interview with Bud Becker

    • Becker, Bud
    • Rio Grande River; Fort Apache; Chief Alchesay; Ford Motor Co.
    • Bud Becker talks about his family roots in Round Valley and Blue, Arizona, and in southwest New Mexico.
    • Buffalo Soldier.

    • Abodeely, Joseph
    • Arizona Military Museum; Military Museums--Arizona--History
    • BUFFALO SOLDIERS IN ARIZONA

      Shortly after the Civil War on July 28th, 1866, Negroes were allowed to serve in the regular peacetime army. Six regiments, 2 of Cavalry and 4 of infantry were authorized. These regiments campaigned on the Great...
    • Goldwater Store in Prescott

    • Bob Towers
    • Goldwater family; Chain stores
    • Built in 1878, this was the second Goldwater store in Prescott. The first store burned down. It was one of the first brick buildings in the State of Arizona. Second floor was used as the Masonic Lodge.
    • John Charles Frémont, 1878-1882

    • Besser, William
    • Frémont, John Charles, 1813-1890; Governors--Arizona--Pictorial works;
    • By far the most famous of the Arizona territorial governors, John Charles Frémont was known to many as the “Pathfinder.” Frémont was born in Savannah, Georgia on January 21, 1813 to John Charles and Anne (Whiting) Pryor Frémont.

      He...
    • Charles H. Day's note pad, 1872.

    • Day, Charles H.
    • Inheritance and succession
    • Charles Day's notebook which contains addresses and notes about a power of attorney, listing a date of May 7, 1869, then a filing date of July 2, 1872; directional lot notations for a John W. Trowbridge, various names and their addresses connected...
    • Alice Gatlif

    • Hayostek, Cindy
    • Douglas (Ariz.); Cochise County (Ariz.) History; Agua Prieta (Sonora, Mexico) History; Mexican-American Border Region; Women Arizona History; Women--Mexico;
    • Cindy Hayostek details the life and times of Alice Gatliff, the forgotten woman of the Mexican Revolution. She had businesses on both sides of the U.S.-Mexican border shortly after the turn of the last century. She used to entertain visitors in her...
    • Colonel Charles E. Curtiss

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    • Curtiss, Charles E. -- US Military--National Guard--Arizona--Adjutants General
    • Colonel Charles E. Curtiss was Adjutant General for the Territory of Arizona from January 18, 1877 to January 30, 1877.
    • Colonel John S. Vosburg

    • Unknown
    • Vosburg, John S. -- US Military--National Guard--Arizona--Adjutants General
    • Colonel John S. Vosburg was Adjutant General for the Territory of Arizona from February 13, 1873 to January 17, 1877.
    • Colonel William C. Bashford

    • Unknown
    • Bashford, William C. -- US Military--National Guard--Arizona--Adjutants General
    • Colonel William C. Bashford was Adjutant General for the Territory of Arizona from October 27, 1878 to the Fall of 1880.
    • Photograph of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Sydney Woolford

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photograph
    • Color-enhanced Portrait of Dr. Joseph Sydney and Clara Sarah Evans Woolford. Dr. Woolford was the first doctor in Apache County. Clara was a nurse when they met while working at a Northern California mining hospital. They returned to his New...
    • Arizona Mission, 1874.

    • Reilly, P.T. (Plez Talmadge), 1911-1996
    • Mormons; Pioneers; Missionaries--United States
    • Copy of a diary kept by a group called President Young, sent to establish a mission on the Moencopi in the 1870s.

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