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    • Arizona Highways, March 1994

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, March 1994

      Contents:
      02 ALONG THE WAY Tawny gold may sound overly poetic, but it happens in Arizona twice a day.
      03 LETTERS
      04 CULTURE. THE WORLD OF THE BORDERLANDS Here are Indians, cowboys, and ranchers...
    • Arizona Highways, March 2013

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, March 2013

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S LETTER
      03 CONTRIBUTORS
      04 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
      05 THE JOURNAL People, places and things from around the state, including the colorful history of the Westward Ho; a...
    • Arizona Highways, February 2011

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, February 2011

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S LETTER
      03 CONTRIBUTORS
      04 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
      05 THE JOURNAL People, places and things from around the state, including a profile of Susie Yazzie, the matriarch...
    • Governor Hunt at Colossal Cave

    • Unknown
    • Colossal Cave (Ariz.)
    • Colossal Cave to the northwest of Vail has been an important part of the community bringing visitors through the area since the 1880s. In 1924 Governor W.P. Hunt paid a visit. Frank ‘Pop’ Schmidt, the Operator and developer of Colossal Cave...
    • Arizona Highways, February 1958

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, February 1958

      Contents:
      Full issue: Tucson: Sunshine City in the Desert, by Raymond Carlson, Louis R. Jurwitz, Weldon and Phyllis Heald, L.W. Casaday and Joseph Stocker.
    • Arizona Highways, August 2005

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, August 2005

      Contents:
      02 DEAR EDITOR
      03 ALL WHO WANDER Our editor finds beauty on a trackway of extinction.
      04 VIEWFINDER Highways photographs made natural history.
      05 TAKING THE OFF-RAMP Explore...
    • Arizona Highways, February 2008

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, February 2008

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S LETTER
      03 CONTRIBUTORS
      04 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
      05 THE JOURNAL People, places and things around the state, including the best restaurant in Williams, Airstream...
    • Martie Maierhauser Oral History Interview

    • Maierhauser, Martie
    • Cienega Watershed (Ariz.); Colossal Cave (Ariz.); Cienega Corridor Conservation Council; Vail (Ariz.); Cienega Watershed Partnership; Colossal Cave Mountain Park
    • Martie Maierhauser came to Colossal Cave Mountain Park as a tour guide and stayed to become the director. She describes 50 years of efforts with her partner/spouse Joe Maierhauser to preserve the park and surrounding lands near Vail, Arizona, in...
    • Panoramic view of Colossal Cave CCC tent camp

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    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)--Arizona--History
    • Company 858 worked at Colossal Cave from 1934 through 1935. They lived in tents at the Colossal Cave camp site, located on the nearby La Posta Quemada Ranch.
    • Trails and steps installed by CCC in Colossal Cave

    • Wallace, Robert
    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)--Arizona--History
    • The CCC laid trails and built steps within Colossal Cave so that visitors could tour the cave safely and conveniently. Their work allowed Colossal Cave to become an important tourist attraction, visited by thousands of visitors each year.
    • Panoramic view of Colossal Cave barracks camp

    • Unknown
    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)--Arizona--History
    • The Colossal Cave camp was located on the La Posta Quemada Ranch, about ½ mile from Colossal Cave. The camp had four barracks, housing fifty men each. The camp also had officers' quarters, State Park Service office, infirmary, recreational hall,...
    • CCC enrollee Archie Sosebee on CCC-built retaining wall at Colossal Cave

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    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)--Arizona--History
    • Archie Sosebee, from Seneca, South Carolina, was a cook, tour guide, camp newspaper reporter, and orchestra member while a CCC enrollee at Colossal Cave. He is reported to have run a small poultry-raising business in camp. Here, in his...

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