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    • Reveille, May 1970

    • Yavapai College
    • Community colleges--United States; Yavapai County (Ariz.); Yavapai College; College publications
    • This is the second issue of this publication produced by the students in the Journalism Dept. This issue focuses on local leaders' predictions for the future of Prescott, newspapers- Red Rock News, Verde Independent, Copper News, theology and...
    • Letter of Condolence from Douglas G. Wright, Tucson, Arizona

    • Wright, Douglas G.
    • Forest fires--Arizona--Yarnell; Wildfire fighters; Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshots; Letters
    • Letter of condolence from Douglas G. Wright, Conference Scouting Coordinator, Desert Southwest Conference of the United Methodist Church, Tucson, Arizona. The letter mentions special services held in honor of the fallen Hotshots at Camp Lawton Boy...
    • Oral History with  Bill Wooten, May 10, 2011

    • Wooten, Bill
    • Yavapai County (Ariz.)--History; Ford Motor Company; Automobile industry and trade--Quality control
    • Bill Wooten grew up in northern and western Arizona. He recounts his family’s ranch and history in the Prescott and Burro Creek areas. Mr. Wooten worked at the Ford Motor Company Proving Grounds in Yucca, Arizona and talks about the work he did...
    • Letter 6, William P. Jones to his father.  Hassampa Walkers Diggins.

    • William P. Jones
    • Jones, William P.; Mining;
    • Letter from William P. Jones to his father, Porter Jones, describing his enjoyment living in a beautiful setting and mining with a good group of men. He also explains that while others had experienced theft of horses by local Native Americans, he...
    • Marines in the Frigate Navy

    • Waterhouse, Charles H.
    • United States. Marine Corps -- History. United States. Marine Corps--Art collections.
    • The companion booklet to the "Marines in the Frigate Navy" collection of prints. Each print is assigned a page which goes into extensive detail about what is being depicted in Waterhouse's work, as well as relevant backstory and sources used to...
    • Letter of Condolence from England

    • Walmsley, B.B.
    • Wildfire fighters; Forest fires--Arizona--Yarnell; Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshots; Letters
    • Letter of condolence from B.B. Walmsley Esq., England, United Kingdom.
    • An evaluation of Arizona's competitiveness: the Arizona-Sonora project

    • Walker, Marisa Paula.
    • International trade; Arizona--Economic conditions; Arizona--Economic conditions--Statistics; Arizona--Commerce--Mexico; Mexico--Commerce--Arizona; Southwest, New--Economic conditions; Southwest, New--Economic conditions--Statistics; Southwest, New...
    • 113 pages (PDF version). File size: 1133.365 KB. "December 2000."--Cover. Prepared for the Arizona-Mexico Commission.
    • Israel Bonds Supporters, 1988

    • ViewPoint Photographers
    • Israel; synagogues
    • Israel Bonds Supporters Rabbi Albert Plotkin, Al Shultz, Howard Stone, Marty Shultz, and Marianne Gelman show off awards given to Al Shultz and Marty Shultz at Temple Beth Israel.
    • Gary Peter Klahr

    • unkown
    • Jewish lawyers
    • Gary Peter Klahr was a child radio star, he was an announcer for the Lew King Rangers variety show. Later in life, Gary became a lawyer who had civil liberty cases. Gary would mentor disadvantaged youth. In 2002 Gary was disbarred by the Arizona...
    • Meet the Press

    • Unknown
    • Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998
    • Senator Goldwater was a frequent, popular guest on news programs throughout the years. Hosts and audiences alike relished his candor and quick wit.
    • Photographers and News Media

    • Unknown
    • Trials (Murder) -- Arizona -- Phoenix -- Photographs; Murder -- Arizona -- Phoenix -- Photographs; Women murderers -- Arizona -- Photographs; Murderers -- Arizona -- Photographs
    • Newspaper reporters trying to get photographs of Winnie Ruth Judd in Los Angeles.
    • June 7

    • Unknown
    • United States Highway 66--History
    • Northern Arizona rejoiced on this date in 1935 over news that $1,065,742 was earmarked for Highway 66 which was to cross Apache, Navajo, Coconino, Yavapai and Mohave Counties. This photograph, identified as the Reverse Curves on Highway 66, was...
    • August 13

    • Unknown
    • Tucson (Ariz.)--Newspapers
    • On this date in 1940, Tucson was blacked out by a storm that flooded the power plant. A hand-set, hand-printed Arizona Daily Star edition carries news of the deluge. This photograph shows newspaper workers Martin Landros, George Cooke and Sherry...
    • Jacob Samuel Mansfeld, 1832-1894

    • Unknown
    • Mansfeld, Jacob Samuel
    • Studio portrait of Jacob Samuel Mansfeld. Born and educated in Germany, Jacob Mansfeld was apprenticed to a retail store where he acquired his business background. He immigrated to California in 1856, where he clerked in a large store and...
    • Paul Markow, 1974

    • Unknown
    • Jewish Life; Photography
    • Paul Markow is a commercial advertising photographer based out of Phoenix. His father, Robert Markow, was the founder of Markow Photography, which created photographic records of many events and people in Phoenix, including the Jewish community, in...
    • Leni Reiss and Flo Eckstein at Jewish News of Greater Phoenix

    • Unknown
    • Jewish life; Jewish newspapers
    • Flo Eckstein (seated) and Leni Reiss (standing) pose at the offices of the Jewish News of Greater Phoenix in this undated photo. In 1961, Eckstein's parents, Pearl and Cecil Newmark, bought the paper from M.B. Goldman Jr., who founded the paper in...
    • Jewish Dance Theater, circa 1960

    • Unknown
    • Jewish dance; Jewish Community Center
    • Members of the Jewish Dance Theater perform in front of the Maryland Avenue Jewish Community Center.
    • Charles Garrett, 1973

    • Unknown
    • Sculpture, Jewish; Art, Jewish; wood-carving
    • Sculptor Charles Garrett is pictured in his studio creating Hebrew letters from beautiful woods.
    • Fiddlin' Sol Rudnick, 1980

    • Unknown
    • Jewish musicians; Rudnick, Sol
    • Sol Rudnick an Arizona State Fiddler Champion performs with guitarist Marshall Racowsky. Rudnick was the Arizona State Fiddle champ in 1975 and is in the National Fiddler's Hall of Fame in Idaho.
    • Future site of Chabad Center for Jewish Life, 2002

    • Unknown
    • Orthodox Judaism; Jewish Community Centers
    • Michael Pollack (right), Chairman of the Building Committee, and Rabbi Mendy Deitsch (left), Director of Chabad of the East Valley, stand beside the sign at the future site of the Chabad Center for Jewish Life in Chandler, AZ. The Pollack Chabad...
    • United Jewish Welfare Fund Campaign Meeting, 1964

    • Unknown
    • United Jewish Welfare Fund; Jewish federation of Greater Phoenix
    • Volunteers from United Jewish Welfare Fund Business and Professionals group discuss 1964 Campaign at dinner meeting. Today the UJWF, known as the Jewish Federation of Phoenix, supports local and national Jewish organizations.
    • Segal's Kosher Market, 2007

    • Unknown
    • Kosher food; Jewish businesspeople
    • Owner of Segal's Kosher Market, David Segal (right), picks out a kosher bird for Lila Wachter during Passover. Zalman Segal, David's father, purchased the store in 1967 and turned it into Phoenix's first kosher market. Since then Segal's has...
    • Miracle Mile Deli, 2000

    • Unknown
    • Delicatessens; Jewish businesspeople
    • The Miracle Mile was opened in 1949 by Jack Grodzinsky. Since then the Miracle Mile Deli has become a Valley favorite for pastrami and Dr. Brown's sodas. It was voted the Valley's best deli in 2004.
    • Krav Maga Phoenix Training Center, 2001

    • Unknown
    • Krav Maga; Jewish businesspeople
    • Joy and Jay Ackerman opened the Krav Maga Training Center in 2001. Their training faciility is the only one of its kind in Arizona. Krav Maga is an Israeli martial art used by the Israel Defense Forces.
    • Nominees for Purim Ball's Queen Esther, 1953

    • Unknown
    • Holidays, Jewish; Purim
    • The 12 nominees for Queen Esther for the Beth El Purim Ball are: Joyce Landman, Charolette Biegel, Judith Dorskind, Leba Krichman, Bobbie Gerst, Myra Block, Betty Schwartz, Lyn Zendle, Eileen Pavell, Sandra Siegel, Barbara Goor, Laura Orman.
    • Fann Toyota, 1975

    • Unknown
    • Jewish businesspeople
    • Don Fann (left) and Floyd Fann (middle right), owners of Fann Toyota, stand with Ned Fann (middle left). Don and Floyd were known for doing comedic television advertisements for Fann Toyota.
    • TV Twins, circa 1970

    • Unknown
    • Jewish businesspeople
    • Jack Fradin and Ken Fradin, owners of Dandy TV Sales and Sevice, stand next to their van. The Twins, originally from Buffalo, New York, moved to Phoenix in 1944. After going to college they started Dandy TV where they sold and fixed televisions,...
    • Morris Meckler

    • Unknown
    • Jewish businesspeople
    • Owner Morris Meckler stands in front of Meckler's Jewelry. Mr. Meckler was a leading member of Beth El Congregation and was known in Phoenix as a generous philanthropist.
    • Abrams Photography

    • Unknown
    • Jewish businesspeople; Photography and art
    • Abrams Photography was a locally owned business in Phoenix. Many of their photographs are published in the Jewish News of Greater Phoenix.
    • March for Soviet Jews, 1986

    • Unknown
    • Soviet Jews;
    • Rabbi William Berk marches with sons Sam (left) and Joe (on sholders) to show support for Soviet Jews who faced persecution in the 1970s and 1980s. Only a small number of Jews were allowed to leave the Soviet Union between December 1979 and 1986....
    • B'nai B'rith Women March for Soviet Jews, 1986

    • Unknown
    • Soviet Jews;
    • B'nai B'rith is a Jewish philanthropy dedicated to promoting Jewish human rights in the United States and internationally. The women of B'nai B'rith are shown here marching to show support for the Soviet Jews who were not allowed to practice...
    • Arizona Governor Jack Williams, circa 1968

    • Unknown
    • Arizona. Governor, Office of the;
    • Governor Jack Williams accepts a copy of the book "Israel: 20th Anniversary Edition" from Moshe Yegar. Also pictured are Saul Silverman and Jerry Wisotsky.
    • Arizona Governor Jane Hull, 2000

    • Unknown
    • Arizona. Governor (1997-2003 : Hull); Arizona. Governor, Office of the;
    • Governor Jane Hull signs House Bill 2459 which exempts Holocaust survivors from having to pay income taxes on reparation. Standing behind Governor Hull from left to right are: Rick Naimark, Harry Adler, Professor David Kader, Tami Schultz, Rep....
    • Arizona Governor Paul Fannin

    • Unknown
    • Arizona. Governor (1959-1965 : Fannin); Arizona Government and politics
    • Governor Paul Fannin signs a proclamation with local Jewish leaders. Fannin was the governor of Arizona from 1959-1965.
    • Soviet Jewry Proclamation, 1980

    • Unknown
    • Government; Soviet, Jews
    • The vice president of the Arizona Council on Soviet Jewry, Risa Mallin (left) and President Joan Wellish(right) are shown holding a proclamation for Soviet Jewry Human Rights Week. The proclamation was issued by Governor Bruce Babbit. In the...
    • President Ronald Reagan with Lubavitch Leaders, 1987

    • Unknown
    • Government; Rabbis
    • A delegation of Lubavitch leaders joins President Ronald Reagan in the White House for the signing of the 1987 Education Day Proclamation. The proclamation recognizes the achievements of Hasidic movement leader Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson....

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