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    • Prehistoric skeletal remains from the Texas coast

    • Woodbury, George, 1902-1973
    • Indians of North America; Ethnoarchaeology; Anthropology, Prehistoric; Human remains (Archaeology)
    • (16,080kb pdf) An analysis of skeletal remains found in Texas in the coastal region, examining specifically the skulls, arms, and legs. Clues pertaining to culture are extrapolated from composition and structure of the bones.
    • La Posada Supplement to the Winslow Daily Mail Newspaper

    • Winslow Daily Mail
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Brochure
    • This 32-page booklet marked the opening of La Posada, the sprawling hacienda styled Harvey House designed by May Colter. It featured articles about the hotel, Fred Harvey's touring cars called the Harveycars, lengthy narratives about area sites to...
    • Mr. Barry DeRose, County Attorney, Gila County, Globe

    • Wilson, Fred O.
    • Attorney General's Opinions--Arizona
    • Opinion 50-203. 3 pages (PDF version) file size: 240.74 KB. Letter to Gila County Attorney Barry DeRose stating that the forty days' notice set forth in § 10-610 ACA 1939 is mandatory and that any notice covering less time before the opening and...
    • Mr. M.L. Brooks, Superintendent of Public Instruction

    • Wilson, Fred O.
    • Attorney General's Opinions--Arizona
    • Opinion 50-233. 6 pages (PDF version) file size: 387.80 KB. Letter to M.L. Brooks, Superintendent of Public Instruction, stating that: 1) an individual may teach more than 20 consecutive teaching days in the same school room in the same year, but...
    • Mr. M.L. Brooks, Superintendent of Public Instruction

    • Wilson, Fred O.
    • Attorney General's Opinions--Arizona
    • Opinion 51-109. 3 pages (PDF version) file size: 213.17 KB. Letter to M.L. Brooks, Superintendent of Public Instruction, stating that the amendment to 54-416, passed by the Twentieth Legislature, gave the discretion of whether or not to integrate...
    • Job linkages review: promise and challenge

    • Welch, Nancy;
    • Unemployed--Services for--Arizona; Manpower policy--Arizona; Occupational training--Arizona;
    • 29 pages (PDF verison). File size: 192.724 KB. "Submitted to City of Phoenix Community and Economic Development and Friendly House, February 2000"--Cover. Published by Morrison Institute for Public Policy. School of Public Affairs, College of...
    • An introduction to Pawnee archeology

    • Wedel, Waldo R. (Waldo Rudolph)
    • Pawnee Indians. Nebraska -- Antiquities. Kansas -- Antiquities. Wedel, Waldo R. (Waldo Rudolph), 1908-1996.
    • Includes 12 plates and 10 maps. Due to limitations of program, full text not available.
    • Interview with John Driggs about the Restoration of the Rosson House

    • Walsh, Thomas
    • Heritage Square Site (Phoenix, Ariz.); Phoenix (Ariz.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Rosson House (Phoenix, Ariz.)
    • Oral interview with former Mayor of Phoenix John Driggs. He talks about the restoration of the Rosson House from the nail pulling ceremony to the opening of the Rosson House.
    • 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.
    • Arizona Business Directory 1881 (Part 2 of 4) - About Arizona

    • W. C. Disturnell
    • Arizona -- Directories; San Francisco (Calif.) -- Directories;
    • This section of the Business Directory contains topography, climate, resources, mining districts, mining superintendents, quartz mills, counties and county officers, Indian reservations, ancient ruins, how it (Arizona) derived its name, railroads,...
    • Independent Artist Group - "A New Look at Art Exhibition" Broadside

    • Voris, Mark
    • Tucson Art Center (Ariz); Tucson Museum of Art--Exhibitions; Broadsides -- United States -- Exhibitions; Galleries & Musuems; Art, Modern -- 20th Century -- Exhibitions
    • Tucson Independent Artists Group’s first show entitled "A New Look at Art" opened at the Lafayette Restaurant on January 4, 1948. This show was conceived because of the need for a community art center which was open to local artists and free to the...
    • High Tech Center 1 Interior

    • Viewpoint Photographers
    • Glendale Community College (Maricopa County, Ariz.)
    • Students on mainframe terminals and network computers in High Tech Center 1 (HTC1) located at Glendale Community College (GCC) in Glendale, Arizona. From its opening in January 1987, the open lab area was referred to as "The Pit." This wide-view...
    • Oral History with Trinidad and Yolanda Valentin, March 31, 2011

    • Valentin, Trinidad; Valentin, Yolanda
    • Sierra Vista (Ariz.)--History; Fort Huachuca (Ariz.); Volunteer workers in libraries--Arizona--Sierra Vista;
    • Trinidad and Yolanda Valentin are members of the Sierra Vista Friends of the Library. Trinidad "Trini" Valentin was born in Hayden, Arizona in 1936. Yolanda was born in 1937 and raised in Superior, Arizona. They met while attending the University...
    • Camp Oversight

    • Unknown
    • Japanese Americans-- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; Poston Relocation Center (Poston, Ariz.)
    • Camp administrators pose outside See Len Park either after inspecting it or part of the official opening.
    • Opening day at the Arizona Hereford Association

    • Unknown
    • Livestock exhibitions -- Arizona; Livestock -- Marketing -- Arizona
    • Opening day at the Arizona Hereford Association. Left to right: McDonald, American Hereford Association; Howard Brown, auctioneer; Jack Dew, manager, Long Meadows Ranch
    • Portrait of Carmen Soto Vasquez, founder of Teatro Carmen, circa 1910

    • Unknown
    • Portrait Photography; Mexican Americans--History; Arizona; Women--Southwest
    • This is a portrait of Carmen Soto Vasquez, the founder of Teatro Carmen, a well-known theater devoted to presenting Spanish language performances in Tucson. Teatro Carmen's opening night on May 20, 1915 featured a performance of "Cerebro y...
    • Miners in Chrystotil, Arizona, 1921

    • Unknown
    • Miners; Portrait Photgraphy; Mexican Americans--History; Chrystotil (Ariz.)
    • This is a photograph outside of the opening to a mine in Chrystotil, Arizona taken on May 2, 1921. The individuals identified in this image are of Reyes G. Moroyoqui (top right) and Ramon G. Moroyoqui (bottom right).
    • Andrea Cracchiolo Library Opening Celebration

    • Unknown
    • Cochise College (Douglas, Ariz.); Cochise College (Douglas, Ariz.) – History
    • Left to right: Governing Board Member Mathew Boroweic; Ida Ojeda, Head Librarian (1965-1980); and President Walter Patton, celebrate the opening of the Andrea Cracchiolo Library, 1994
    • Casas Grande Polychrome Jar

    • Unknown
    • Archaeology--Arizona; Indian pottery Arizona; Cochise County (Ariz.) Antiquities. Casas Grandes pottery
    • The origin of this artifact is unknown. The United States Border Patrol donated it to Cochise College after confiscating it at the U.S./Mexico border. The jar is 16 cm high with a 17 cm diameter and has an 11 cm lipped opening. It is made of light...
    • Gila Polychrome Bowl

    • Unknown
    • Archaeology--Arizona; Indian pottery Arizona; Cochise County (Ariz.) Antiquities.
    • Between the years 1968 and 1983 Cochise College archeology department excavated five sites in Southeastern Arizona. This artifact was found at the J. Cowan ranch in Sulpher Spring Valley, Cochise County, Arizona. Estimated creation between 1200 and...
    • The west end of Sahuaro Ranch's Foreman's House, sometime around 1950

    • Unknown
    • Glendale (Ariz.)--History; Glendale (Ariz.)--Buildings, Structures, etc.; Agriculture--Ariz.
    • A windstorm damaged the metal roof of Sahuaro Ranch's Foreman's House, sometime around 1950. The view shows the damage from the west end of the building. Also visible in this photograph is part of the first floor sleeping porch and the door...
    • Performing Arts Center Grand Opening November 13, 1977

    • Unknown
    • Glendale Community College (Maricopa County, Ariz.) -- History (1970-1979); Performing Arts Center (Glendale, AZ.); Waltrip, John; Roberston, Robert; Butler, Jeremy; Hitchcock, Barbara
    • Grand Opening of the Performing Arts Center at Glendale Community College (GCC) at Glendale, AZ on November 13, 1977. Dignitaries from L to R: Maricopa Governing Board Members Robert Robertson, Jeremy Butler, Barbara Hitchcock; GCC President, ...
    • Performing Arts Center Grand Opening November 13, 1977

    • Unknown
    • Glendale Community College (Maricopa County, Ariz.) -- History (1970 - 1979)
    • Attendants at Performing Arts Center Grand Opening at Glendale Community College (GCC) at Glendale, Arizona on November 13, 1977. Exterior view from S to N shows architectural design that echoes original 1965 design of the campus.
    • Performing Arts Center Grand Opening November 13, 1977

    • Unknown
    • Glendale Community College (Maricopa County, Ariz.); Overson, M. Peter
    • Theater Director and faculty member M. Peter Overson cuts the cake at the GCC Performing Arts Center Grand Opening at Glendale Community College (GCC) in Glendale, Arizona. The cake is dated November 13, 1977.
    • High Tech Center 1 Interior

    • Unknown
    • Glendale Community College (Maricopa County, Ariz.)
    • Students on mainframe terminals and network computers in High Tech Center 1 (HTC1) located at Glendale Community College (GCC) in Glendale, Arizona. From its opening in January 1987, the open lab area was referred to as "The Pit."
    • Velma Teague, Library Namesake

    • Unknown
    • Librarians--Glendale, Az.
    • A picture of Glendale's first hired librarian and namesake of Glendale Public Library's first branch. Previous libraries were housed in vacant buildings around downtown Glendale. The last of which Velma had rebuilt to replace the old structure. ...
    • Velma Teague, 1955

    • Unknown
    • Librarians--Glendale, Az.
    • A picture of Velma Teague at the Glendale Library Reference Desk. She was the namesake of Glendale Public Library's first branch. She lobbied to have the current Velma Teague library built in the mid-1960s. She did not live to see the grand...
    • Foothills Library Grand Opening

    • Unknown
    • Libraries--Glendale, Az.
    • On July 22, 1999, the 33,500 sq. ft. Foothills Branch Library became the third branch of the Glendale Public Library system. The participants in the ribbon cutting are (from left to right): Council Member Tom Eggleston, Council Member David...

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