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    • Linda Aarons Interview

    • Aarons, Linda
    • Phoenix; Jewish Community; anti-semitism; community involvement; Beth-Israel Temple Youth
    • Linda Aarons talks about growing up Jewish in Phoenix, and some of the antisemitism she experienced in school. She discusses Jewish youth groups and camps, and Beth Israel Temple Youth.
    • Bill Adler Interview

    • Adler, Bill
    • Phoenix; Jewish Community; West Virginia; Merchants, Architecture; Social Life; Community Center
    • Bill Adler talks about moving from West Virginia to Phoenix in the 1950s. He talks about the early community centers, and also talks about going to Arizona State University when it was Arizona State College. He talks about the old Community Center...
    • 1989 Thunderbird Balloon Classic

    • American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird School of Global Management)
    • Balloon racing--Arizona--Glendale; Ballooning--United States-- History; hot-air balloons; Thunderbird School of Global Management--Balloon Race
    • This Program from the 1989 Thunderbird Balloon Classic marks the 14th year of the Thunderbird Balloon Race. It contains information about the Balloon Race, the people and organizations involved in hosting the event. It also contains advertisements...
    • Powwow Contestants

    • Ann Leonard
    • Powwows - WA:K Powwow; Mission San Xavier del Bac (Tucson, Ariz.)
    • On the left, a male Traditional Dancer; on the right, a male Grass Dancer.
    • Grass Dancer

    • Ann Leonard
    • Powwows - WA:K Powwow; Mission San Xavier del Bac (Tucson, Ariz.)
    • Male Powwow contestant wearing “porcupine roach” head ornament. These are typically constructed of porcupine guard hair, deer hair, moose mane or skunk hair. They are worn by male dancers from a variety of tribes. – please reference Paterek,...
    • Powwow Contestants

    • Ann Leonard
    • Powwows - WA:K Powwow; Mission San Xavier del Bac (Tucson, Ariz.)
    • On the left, a male traditional dancer; On the right, a Fancy Dancer.
    • Powwow Contestants

    • Ann Leonard
    • Powwows - WA:K Powwow; Mission San Xavier del Bac (Tucson, Ariz.)
    • Multiple male Powwow contestants displaying a variety of traditional dance regalia.
    • Powwow Contestants

    • Ann Leonard
    • Powwows - WA:K Powwow; Mission San Xavier del Bac (Tucson, Ariz.)
    • Powwow contestants displaying examples of traditional headgear. The man in the background is wearing a buffalo horn headdress, an item of regalia common to the Plains Indians and reserved for warriors of great distinction. The man in the foreground...
    • Powwow Contestants and Spectators

    • Ann Leonard
    • Powwows - WA:K Powwow; Mission San Xavier del Bac (Tucson, Ariz.)
    • Powwow contestants with a view of spectators in the background.
    • Powwow at San Xaiver del Bac Mission

    • Ann Leonard
    • Powwows - WA:K Powwow; Mission San Xavier del Bac (Tucson, Ariz.)
    • View of San Xavier del Bac Mission in Tucson, Arizona with Powwow contestants in foreground.
    • Fancy Dancing

    • Ann Leonard
    • Powwows - WA:K Powwow; Mission San Xavier del Bac (Tucson, Ariz.)
    • Created on the reservation lands of Oklahoma in the 1920’s, Fancy dancing evolved as Powwows became open to the public and competition dancing began. It is a fast, free-form dance which displays the athletic and acrobatic abilities of the dancer....
    • Round Dance

    • Ann Leonard
    • Powwows - WA:K Powwow; Mission San Xavier del Bac (Tucson, Ariz.)
    • The Round Dance is an open invitation to dancers and spectators to join together on the arena floor and move in a circle. It is commonly performed either at the beginning or end of a Powwow competition.
    • Tiny Tot Jingle Dancer

    • Ann Leonard
    • Powwows - WA:K Powwow; Mission San Xavier del Bac (Tucson, Ariz.)
    • Seen here is a young jingle dancer enrolled in the Tiny Tots division, the dance category for ages 5 and under. Incorporating children into the Powwow is one way that many families keep their tribal heritage alive.
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    • Attorney general's opinions--Arizona;
    • Opinion number 76-113. pages (PDF). Opinion not issued.
    • Voided

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    • Attorney general's opinions--Arizona;
    • Opinion number 61-020. pages (PDF). Opinion void.
    • Not issued

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    • Attorney general's opinions--Arizona;
    • Opinion number 78-255. pages (PDF). Opinion not issued.
    • Not issued

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    • Attorney general's opinions--Arizona;
    • Opinion number 78-257. pages (PDF). Opinion not issued.
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    • Attorney general's opinions--Arizona;
    • Opinion number 78-259. pages (PDF). Opinion not issued.
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    • Attorney general's opinions--Arizona;
    • Opinion number 78-266. pages (PDF). Opinion not issued.

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