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    • JY "EC" Otondo Oral History Interview

    • Otondo, JY "EC"
    • Glendale, AZ: Arizona Communities; Basque Community; Los Angeles, CA; Great Depression; Sheep Ranching;
    • “EC” Otondo was part of one of the first, if not the first sheep families to live in Arizona. He remembers herding his sheep down the trail from northern Arizona to Gilbert. Moving along the San Francisco Peaks into the valley. During this period,...
    • Fleet Services Customer Handbook

    • Arizona Department of Transportation. Equipment Services.
    • Arizona. Department of Transportation. Equipment Services; Government vehicles--Arizona--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Motor vehicle fleets;
    • A manual for users of Fleet Services provided by the Arizona Department of Transportation Equipment Services. This title contains one or more publications
    • University of Arizona Rodeo Contestant Roping a Calf

    • Shadegg, Stephen C.
    • Rodeos -- Arizona; Calf roping -- Arizona
    • "A fallen champion. Perkins pulled leather in the bronc riding, was disqualified. But he came back to win the wild horse race. With Elladean Hayes he took third in the Mixed Team roping, earned another third in the Wild Cow Milking when teamed...
    • Canyon de Chelly

    • Megargee, Lon (1883-1960)
    • Megargee, Lon; Canyon de Chelly National Monument (Ariz.)--Pictorial works.
    • "Canyon de Chelly" is one of fifteen murals painted by Lon Megargee for the Arizona State Capitol from 1913 to 1914. It depicts Navajo Indians riding in a canyon against the background of immense mountain formations. Canyon de Chelly has been an...
    • July 27

    • Buehman Studios
    • Echols, Ed, 1879-; Cowboys--Arizona--History
    • "It's no place for a cowboy--it's too far east. There's not much coffee and too much tea," declared Ed Echols on this date in 1924 upon his return from a rodeo in London, England. This undated photograph shows Ed Echols riding Scooter, World's...
    • Land of Superlatives

    • Trimble, Marshall
    • Arizona--History; Trimble, Marshall
    • "Land of Superlatives," North Valley Magazine. "Sunbaked Arizona beckons with a beguiling mix of myths, legends, and truths."
    • Hawaiian Native

    • Unknown
    • Hawaiians -- Social life and customs
    • "Native Hawaiian Riding Costume"
    • Rough Going

    • Swing, David (1864-1945)
    • Swing, David Carrick (1864-1945); Horses--Arizona; Sonoran Desert--Pictorial works.
    • "Rough Going" is a mural painted by David Swing in 1944. This painting depicts two people riding laden horses down the lush and unpopulated Sonoran desert. Mountains and clouds rise in the distance.
    • The Palace on Whiskey Row

    • Trimble, Marshall
    • Arizona--History; Trimble, Marshall
    • "The Palace on Whiskey Row," North Valley Magazine
    • "Trails, Drives, and Saddle Horses"

    • Unknown
    • Trail Riding -- Arizona -- Description and Travel; Tourism -- Arizona -- Grand Canyon National Park
    • "Trails, Drives, and Saddle Horses" -- Booklet with a Description of the Scenery, Landmarks, and Various Trails and Rides Offered Throughout the Grand Canyon Area.
    • Out West: Essays

    • Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library) and Arizona Historical Society
    • West (U.S.) – In literature; American literature – West (U.S.); Western stories; West (U.S.) – Literary Collections; Arizona – Description and travel
    • A booklet containing a scholarly essay entitled “Out West,” by Paul Carter, that examines the origins of the mythology of the west, viewed through the lens of the region’s distinctive biophysical environment, and rooted in the brief period in...
    • Down Mexico Way: Essays

    • Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library) and Arizona Historical Society
    • Mexico – In literature; American Literature – West (U.S.); Mexico – Description and Travel; West (U.S.) – Literary Collections;
    • A booklet containing two scholarly essays, “The Mexican in Popular Literature 1875-1925" by Juan R. Garcia and “American Writers in Mexico 1875-1925,” by Cecil Robinson, which examine the changing American attitudes and perceptions of Hispanic...
    • Learning Packet: Work

    • Sonoran Heritage and Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library)
    • Working class -- Arizona -- History; Technology -- Social aspects -- Arizona -- History; Occupations -- Arizona -- History.
    • The "Work" learning packet is designed to encourage the user to define work and employment in its past and present forms, as well as to promote discussion of the varying ways of life of the different cultures present in the Sonoran Desert region....
    • Oral History with Patricia Egan, January 26, 2011

    • Egan, Patricia
    • Navajo Indian Reservation--Schools; Navajo Indian Reservation--Social life and customs; Northland Pioneer College;
    • Patricia Egan was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. In 1989, she moved to Arizona to teach at Dilkon Elementary School on the Navajo Reservation. Ms. Egan talks about the cultural differences between herself and her students and how those...
    • Oral History with Kathy Engle, April 15, 2011

    • Engle, Kathy
    • Tucson (Ariz.); Journalism--Arizona
    • Kathy Engle was a reporter with the "Green Valley News" in Tucson, Arizona from 1981 to 2006. In this interview, Ms. Engle talks about her childhood, education, and early career in journalism. She discusses many of the newspapers and journalists in...

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