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    • Colonia development and land use change in Ambos Nogales, United States - Mexican Border

    • Norman, Laura; 1972- ; (Laura Margaret)
    • Land use--Arizona--Nogales; Land use--Mexico--Nogales (Nogales); Squatter settlements--Arizona--Nogales; Squatter settlements--Mexico--Nogales (Nogales)
    • 121 pages (PDF version). File size: 6.13 MB. Open-file report no. 2006-1112. Col. ill. Maps. Includes bibliographical references (pp. 115-121). The report discusses the changes in the twin cities of Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora (Ambos,...
    • Strangers in a Strange Land

    • Unknown
    • Japanese Americans-- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; Poston Relocation Center (Poston, Ariz.)
    • Scenes from the Poston film capturing trains and buses of internees as they begin their enforced relocation to the desert. This rare color film, without soundtrack, documents camp construction from the initial aerial surveys to the first...
    • Cal Rodgers and the Vin Fix Flyer at Willcox

    • Parks, Harry
    • Airplanes; Air Pilots; Aeronautics--Arizona--History
    • Cal Rodgers just prior to his take off from Willcox to Tucson on November 1, 1911. He was the first coast to coast pilot and the first to land in Willcox.
    • Scenic Airways fleet at Phoenix Sky Harbor

    • Jack Miller Williams
    • Arizona -- History -- 1912-1950; Airports -- Arizona -- Phoenix; Airplanes
    • A portion of the Scenic Airways fleet at Sky Harbor shortly before the company liquidation. Pictured here are two Fairchild 71s, a Travelair 6000, and three Fords. Bob Reinhold stated that when all the Scenic Airways planes were gathered in...
    • Amelia Earhart at Phoenix South Central

    • Fred Payne
    • Arizona -- History -- 1912-1950; Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Airports -- Arizona -- Phoenix; Airplanes
    • Amelia Earhart and unidentified man with her Beech Nut autogiro at Phoenix South Central Airport.
    • Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Angel with Lola Mayse at Tucson Mayse Field

    • Lola Mayse
    • Arizona -- History -- 1912-1950; Airports -- Arizona; Airplanes; Air Pilots
    • Here photographed with his wife and friend Lola Mayse in Tucson, Jimmy Angel was a well known California pilot and a frequent visitor to Sky Harbor from 1933-1937. He did considerable flying in Central and South America.
    • Wiley Post with his "Winnie Mae" at Phoenix Sky Harbor

    • Charles Hirst
    • Arizona -- History -- 1912-1950; Post, Wiley, 1898-1935; Airports -- Arizona -- Phoenix
    • Another famous airplane to visit Sky Harbor, Wiley Post and his navigator Harold Gatty broke records and thrilled the world by flying the Lockheed Vega "Winnie Mae" around the world in 8 days, 15 hours, and 51 minutes.
    • Wreckage near Clemenceau Airport

    • Marcus Rawlins
    • Arizona -- History -- 1912-1950; Airports -- Arizona; Aircraft Accidents
    • J-4 Eaglerock after hitting the edge of the arroyo on approach to the southeast at Clemenceau. Owner and pilot of the aircraft was Manuel Gutierrez of Jerome, Arizona.
    • Grand Canyon Airlines Travelair 6000 at Kayenta

    • Irving Kravitz
    • Arizona -- History -- 1912-1950; Airports -- Arizona; Airplanes; Air Pilots
    • Irving Kravitz with some passengers at Kayenta. The man with the bandana is a Navajo chief, unknown name. The Travelair 6000 was a popular aircraft that contained a Wasp engine and could fly at a maximum speed for 140 and a cruising speed of 120...
    • Northrop alpha mail plane forced landing near Leupp

    • LuCeille Wallace
    • Aeronautics--Arizona--History; Air Mail Service -- United States; Aircraft Accidents
    • Carburetor ice caused this forced landing in February 1932 about 7 miles east of Leupp. The Northrop Alpha was hauled to Winslow for repairs, pilot Harlan Hall rode away from the crash on horseback, and the mail was rescued by a truck.
    • Fokker tri-motor at Clemenceau

    • Marcus Rawlins
    • Arizona -- History -- 1912-1950; Airports -- Arizona; Airplanes
    • An F-10 Fokker tri-motor ready for take off on the southeast of the 2500 foot shorter runway at Clemenceau. The stack is almost on the strip's centerline but the pilot has sufficient room to pass on the right. The stack served as an excellent...
    • Pilot with Jackie Cochran's Northrop Gamma at Clemenceau

    • Marcus Rawlins
    • Arizona -- History -- 1912-1950; Airports -- Arizona; Airplanes
    • These handsome all metal aircraft were originally designed as high performance long distance cargo carriers but when cargo tonnage did not meet expectations, the planes were used largely for high altitude flights. The celebrated female pilot...
    • Amelia Earhart's Lockheed Vega at Red Butte

    • Irving Kravitz
    • Arizona -- History -- 1912-1950; Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Airports -- Arizona
    • Amelia Earhart's Lockheed Vega photographed in front of Grand Canyon Airlines hangar at Red Butte Airport.
    • Pegasus at the First Bisbee Air Show

    • Doherty, Ralph B.
    • Airplanes; Air Pilots; Aeronautics--Arizona--History; Air Shows
    • Didier Masson's Pegasus in front of the Warren Country Club in Bisbee, Arizona. The wheel control and interplane ailerons indicate curtiss influence, and as Masson worked for Glenn Martin at this time it was doubtless manufactured by him. The...
    • Native American dancers near Grand Canyon Airlines Ford tri-motor

    • Irving Kravitz
    • Arizona -- History -- 1912-1950; Airports -- Arizona; Grand Canyon (Ariz.) -- Description and travel
    • Hopis perform their ceremonial Eagle Dance at the dedication ceremony of the joint service between Winslow and the Grand Canyon. The service was created through a partnership between Trans Western Air (TWA) and Grand Canyon Air Lines.
    • Hangar and flight line at Clemenceau

    • Marcus Rawlins
    • Arizona -- History -- 1912-1950; Airports -- Arizona; Airplanes
    • Clemenceau airport and hangar in March of 1934. The Aeronca C-3 in the foreground was owned by Copperclad Airways of Phoenix and the Curtiss Jr. to the far right was owned by Marcus Rawlins.

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