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    • Yuma School District One multimodal planning study

    • Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Yuma Elementary School District (Yuma County, Ariz.)--Transportation; School children--Transportation--Arizona--Yuma; Local transit--Arizona--Yuma--Planning.
    • Yuma School District (“District”) One is one of the oldest and largest districts in Yuma, encompassing the majority of Yuma city limits with currently: 12 elementary schools, 5 middle schools and over 9,000 students, covering several low to...
    • Arizona youth tobacco survey 2005 report

    • University of Arizona. Evaluation, Research, and Development Unit.
    • Youth--Tobacco use--Arizona;
    • 60 pages (PDF version). File size: 206.392 KB. "November 2006."--Cover.
    • 2002 Arizona youth survey gender study

    • Arizona Criminal Justice Commission.
    • Youth--Arizona--Sexual behavior; Youth development--Arizona--Sex differences;
    • 20 pages (PDF version). File size: 221.564 KB.
    • Lt. General Barton Kyle Yount

    • Unknown
    • Yount, Barton Kyle
    • Under the direction of the School's first president, retired Lt. General Barton Kyle Yount, the School opened its doors on Oct. 6, 1946 as American Institute for Foreign Trade. Yount, former head of the Army Air Training Command, had been...
    • The American Soldier, 1886

    • McBarron, H. Charles
    • Yellowstone National Park. United States. Army. Cavalry, 1st.
    • In the foreground two poachers are skinning a buffalo. They have been surprised by a 1st Cavalry patrol, part of a detail assigned to Yellowstone National Park to cut down on poaching after the Department of the Interior was authorized to request...
    • May 8

    • Fallis, Earl
    • Yaqui Indians--Arizona--History
    • On this date in 1927, the U.S. Army held 38 Yaqui Indians who fled across the U.S. border after a bloody battle with Mexican troops. This photo is identified as Yaqui Indian soldiers surrendering to the 10th Cavalry for internment in 1929.
    • Amphitheatre and Lower Pueblo

    • Forrest, Earle R. (Earle Robert), 1883-1969
    • Wupatki National Monument (Ariz.); Ruins.; Pueblo architecture.
    • Wupatki National Monument. Black Falls Group of Ruins, about 40 miles northeast of Flagstaff, AZ. Wupatki. The Amphitheatre and lower pueblo of Wupatki. [Forrest:] When I first saw this Amphitheatre in Aug. 1904 it had not been excavated and only...
    • The CIC On Post-War Duty

    • U.S. Army
    • World War, 1939-1945. United States. Army. Counter Intelligence Corps. Japanese American soldiers.
    • Japanese Americans, known as Nisei during World War II, were often put in roles that capitalized on their language skills and cultural knowledge. This service to their nation was all the more incredible when considered against the backdrop of U.S....
    • Victory - Now You Can Invest in It!

    • Cornwell, Dean
    • World War, 1939-1945. Savings bonds. Cornwell, Dean, 1892-1960.
    • Created by Dean Cornwell, a hugely successful illustrator and oil painter, this poster exhorts Americans to "invest" in victory. War bonds typically cost 75% of what they returned after 10 years (i.e. a bond bought for $18.75 paid out $25), so...
    • Don't Pay Above Price on Any Tag

    • Office of Price Administration
    • World War, 1939-1945. Rationing--United States.
    • Even after the end of World War II, price controls continued. While the nation's manufacturing base had returned to producing goods for the civilian market, but could hardly make things fast enough to meet demand. The auto industry, for instance,...
    • Don't Feed Black Market Greed

    • Office of Price Administration
    • World War, 1939-1945. Black market-United States. Rationing--United States.
    • Money flies into a mouth made up of price controlled goods as the author exhorts Americans to abide by OPA price ceilings. Interestingly, this poster was produced in 1946, at least 4 months after the end World War II. Returning America to a pre-war...
    • United: The United Nations Fight For Freedom

    • Ragan, Leslie Darrell
    • World War, 1939-1945. Allied Powers (1919- ).
    • The outlines of tanks, battleships, and airplanes are facing to the right with the flags of the major and minor Allied nations streaming over clouds of black smoke. It should be noted, this is not a reference to the United Nations we know today;...
    • Oral History with Mildred Zúñiga, February 17, 2011

    • Zúñiga, Mildred
    • World War, 1939-1945--War work--California; Educators--Michigan; Educators--Arizona; Tucson (Ariz.)--History;
    • Mildred "Millie" Carrie Zúñiga was born in 1920 in Ohio on her family's farm. She talks about her family history, life during the Great Depression, and her struggles to get an education. She moved to Lansing, Michigan to find work before moving to...

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