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    • PDF of UA Poetry Center Celebrating 50 Years

    • The University of Arizona Poetry Center
    • American poetry--20th century.
    • Essays on the history of the University of Arizona Poetry Center edited by Poetry Center Executive Director Gail Browne and former Senior Librarian Rodney Phillips. This volume was published concurrently as a printed book. Note: the essay "People,...
    • Faces of Post 41: 1970 to 2008

    • Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Arizona -- Latino -- Veterans
    • American Legion Post 41 pushes into the new century as a local icon of Phoenix. Latino soldiers gain in respect and position, as Operation: Desert Storm and the new Iraq war bring a new generation of troops to the battlefield.
    • 100 Years of Public Service

    • Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records
    • Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records;
    • 100 Years of Public Service, a book that celebrates the history and achievements of the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records.
    • Arizona Buddhist Temple:  75 Years 1934-2009

    • Arizona Buddhist Temple
    • Religion; Social Organizations; Japanese American Citizens League--Arizona
    • Hardcover book describes the history of the Arizona Buddhist Temple from 1934-2009.
    • Guadalupe Verdugo Huerta

    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Prescott, AZ; World War II; Luke AFB; Golden Gate Barrio; Civil Rights; Sacred Heart Church; Chicanos Por la Causa (CPLC); Hon Kachina Award;
    • Spunky, strong, and saintly are a few words used to describe community advocate Guadalupe Verdugo Huerta. Born in 1921, Guadalupe grew up in the small town of Prescott, Ariz. The death of her father, Loreto, ended her formal education in 7th grade....
    • Investigation of allegations concerning Indian Health Service

    • United States. General Accounting Office.
    • Indian women -- Medical care -- United States; Sterilization of women -- Social aspects -- United States; Indians of North America -- Health and hygiene
    • 38 pages (PDF version). File size: 2525.105 KB. Report B-164031(5) discusses whether the Indian Health Service was in compliance with medical research involving Native American children at boarding schools in Tuba City, AZ, Carson City, Nevada,...
    • Health consultation: Hopi sheep dip vats, Hopi Indian Reservation, Arizona

    • United States. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. Division of Health Assessment and Consultation.
    • Soil pollution--Health aspects--Arizona--Hopi Indian Reservation; Water use--Environmental aspects--Arizona--Hopi Indian Reservation; Health risk assessment--Arizona--Hopi Indian Reservation
    • 21 pages (PDF version). File size: 475.741 KB. Includes bibliographic references and appendices. Note: "An ATSDR health consultation is a verbal or written response from ATSDR to a specific request for information about health risks related to a...
    • Cecilia D. Esquer

    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Pima County (Ariz.)--History; Pima County (Ariz.)--History--Miscellanea; Tucson, Arizona—History; Legislators Mine Clifton-Morenci Heritage
    • With a passion for civic activism rooted in their Clifton-Morenci mining heritage, the women of the Cajero families have made public service an array of life. Carmen Cajero brought compassion, insight, stamina, and a tremendous work ethic to her...
    • Angela "Angie" Ruiz Tewksbury

    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Globe, AZ Unified School District; Globe, AZ; Girl Scouts; Latino Central School, Globe, AZ; Civil Rights; Title IX; All Arizona School Board Award
    • The first Latina to serve on the Globe Unified School District Board of Education, Angela “Angie” Ruiz Tewksbury’s passion for equality in education broke down racial barriers and laid the foundation for higher quality education for all children....
    • Patricia Preciado Martin

    • Raul H. Castro Institute
    • Latino; literature
    • Patricia Preciado Martin has tirelessly spent the last 30 years documenting Arizona's Mexican American history and culture through non-fiction and fiction short stories. She has written six books: Beloved Land: An Oral History of Mexican Americans...
    • Brothers pay tribute

    • Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Arizona – Latino – Military Service
    • Military veteran Rick Leal puts together an exhibit honoring other veterans, called "The Legacy of Valor."
    • Issues outline no. 1

    • [Arizona.Legislature. Joint Select Committee on Tax Reform and School Finance.]
    • Education--Arizona--Finance; Taxation--Arizona;
    • 51 pages (PDF version). File size: 1950.626 KB. Joint Select Committee on Tax Reform and School Finance Issues Outline No. 1. From title page: " prepared for the Joint Select Committee on Tax Reform and School Finance."
    • Elaine Hirsch Interview

    • Hirsch, Elaine
    • Phoenix; Jewish Community; Education; Resource Centers; Jewish Heritage and Identity.
    • Elaine Hirsch talks about growing up in a predominantly Jewish community in Cincinatti. She moved to Arizona in the late 1970s, and has been involved in Jewish education and resource libraries. Hirsch discusses the desire of those in the Jewish...
    • Oral History with Salomón Baldenegro, February 13, 2011

    • Baldenegro, Salomón
    • Tucson (Ariz.); Chicano movement--Arizona--Tucson; Mexican Americans--Arizona; Mexican Americans--Arizona--Discrimination
    • Salomón R. Baldenegro was a lead organizer in the grassroots Chicano movement on the West Side of Tucson, Arizona during the 1970s. In his interview, he discusses the activities of the Mazaria Council and the Centro Chicano in Barrio Hollywood. Mr....
    • Oral History with William Bond, January 14, 2011

    • Bond, William
    • Schools--Arizona--Cochise County; Schools--Arizona--Santa Cruz County; Elementary school teachers--Arizona--Biography; Santa Cruz County (Ariz.)--Social life and customs; Arizona Humane Society
    • William Bond was born and raised in New Mexico. He moved to Arizona about 1971 to take a teaching position at Pearce Elementary School in Cochise County. Mr. Bond also taught at Duncan and Saint Johns before going to the University of Arizona for...

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