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    • Fort Lowell, Arizona Territory

    • Fort Lowell, Arizona Territory
    • Girard, J. B.
    • Fort Lowell (Ariz.) -- Photographs
    • Fort Lowell, Arizona Territory - copied from original watercolor painted in 1908 from sketch made in 1875 by Col. J. B. Girard (original painting in AHS Museum).
    • 1964 Flagstaff All-Indian Powwow Program

    • 1964 Flagstaff All-Indian Powwow Program
    • Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce
    • Flagstaff--History; Powwows--Arizona--Flagstaff; Powwows--Pictorial works; Festivals--Arizona--Flagstaff; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Indians of North America--Pictorial works;...
    • Program of events for the annual Flagstaff All-Indian Pow Wow, 1964
    • Arizona Highways, November 1995

    • Arizona Highways, November 1995
    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, November 1995

      Contents:
      02 ALONG THE WAY What’s in a name? Plenty, say Apaches who are slowly working toward substituting Apache place-names for English terms.
      03 LETTERS
      04 TRAVEL. COMING SOON: THE GREAT...
    • January 1

    • January 1
    • Unknown
    • Tombstone Consolidated Mines Company
    • Rising underground water and the low price of silver put an end to mining at Tombstone on this date in 1911. This photo shows the Consolidated Mines in Tombstone as they appeared in the year 1908.
    • January 3

    • January 3
    • Unknown
    • City Hall (Tucson, Ariz.)
    • On this date in 1917, the new city council of Tucson held its first session and discovered it lacked the funds to pay its current bills. The council decided to raise water taxes 30 percent. Tucson's city hall is pictured here.
    • April 8

    • April 8
    • Buehman Studios
    • Local transit -- Arizona -- Tucson -- History
    • On this date in 1913, Tucson posted warnings stating that state speed laws limiting vehicles to 10 miles an hour in the business district had to be observed. This circa 1917 photograph shows the downtown business district looking west on Congress...
    • April 10

    • April 10
    • Buehman Studios
    • Sabino Canyon (Ariz.)--History
    • On this date in 1910, eastern interests obtained a government concession for a dam in Sabino Canyon and hoped to sell water to Tucson. The concession was later withdrawn. This undated photograph shows visitors enjoying an outing in Sabino Canyon.
    • May 1

    • May 1
    • McCleneghan, L.T.
    • Tombstone (Ariz.)--History--Periodicals
    • On this date in 1880, John P. Clum printed the first issue of the Tombstone Epitaph in a tent. This photo of the later headquarters of the newspaper is dated 1951.
    • May 3

    • May 3
    • Unknown
    • Orndorff Hotel (Tucson, Ariz.)
    • On this date in 1934, the Orndorff Hotel was scheduled for demolition in Tucson. This photograph of the hotel is undated.
    • May 24

    • May 24
    • Unknown
    • Powell, John Wesley, 1834-1902--Journeys--Arizona; Pioneers--Arizona--Grand Canyon
    • On this date in 1869, John Wesley Powell and his party began their historic exploration of the Colorado River. This undated photograph captures one view of the majestic canyon.
    • May 25

    • May 25
    • Unknown
    • Public schools--Arizona--Tucson
    • On this date in 1945, Tucson's Amphitheater High School graduated 29 students. This photograph shows Amphitheater School and students circa 1930.
    • May 27

    • May 27
    • Unknown
    • Public schools--Arizona--History
    • On this date in 1931, Phoenix teachers took five percent cut in salaries to keep schools operating full time. The Board of Education said the cut was voluntary. This photograph is identified as Washington School in Phoenix.
    • January 21

    • January 21
    • Unknown
    • Silver King Mine (Ariz.), Mines and mineral resources -- Arizona -- History
    • On this date in 1894, the government closed the post office of Silver King as mining ceased and the once rich mining camp faded. This photograph show a view of the town of Silver King looking west as it appeared in 1879.
    • June 12

    • June 12
    • Unknown
    • Aeronautics, Commercial--Arizona--Tucson
    • Tucson celebrated the completion of the Greater Airport at the Davis-Monthan field on this date in 1930. This photograph is identified as an American Airlines Fokker tri-motor taking off in June 1933.
    • June 16

    • June 16
    • Buehman Studios
    • Tucson (Ariz.). Fire Department
    • On this date in 1910, the Tucson Fire Department's horse-drawn wagons raced through city streets at 9 p.m. in response to an alarm. Suddenly a man appeared in the middle of the street waving a red lantern. The drivers veered to one side and later...
    • January 10

    • January 10
    • Unknown
    • Epidemics--Arizona; Roads-- Arizona-- Phoenix; Influenza--Arizona
    • On this date in 1919, Phoenix reports 700 cases of influenza; Tucson continues to minimize the situation. This image shows Washington Street in Phoenix as it was in the early 1900s.
    • January 16

    • January 16
    • Russell, Reginald
    • Charities, hospitals
    • On this date in 1936, a charity ball, the Baile de las Flores, was planned to benefit St. Luke's Hospital in Tucson. The St. Luke's Board celebrated its twentieth year of charitable service to this hospital for tubercular men.
    • January 17

    • January 17
    • Unknown
    • Capitols--history
    • On this date in 1877, Governor Anson P.K. Safford signed the bill moving the Territorial capitol from Tucson to Prescott. The Prescott capitol building is shown here.
    • January 18

    • January 18
    • Unknown
    • African American students; Minorities -- Education -- United States
    • Tucson's first school for African-American children was establish on this date in 1917. The school was named for poet Paul Lawrence Dunbar. This undated photograph shows the front of Dunbar School.

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