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    • Porter Family History, Part 1

    • Porter, Zina
    • Oral histories; Arizona History; Apache County (Ariz.); Navajo County (Ariz.); Biography; Polygamy--Religious aspects -- Mormon Church -- History
    • Zina Scott Porter was born in 1904 in Mexico. Her grandparents on both sides had moved there after the Manifesto was passed, in order to keep their polygamous families intact. Zina remembers growing up in Mexico, tells of floods, her education,...
    • Arizona Literary Magazine, Fall 2008

    • Martin, Gayle (ed.); Manville, Greta (contest coordinator)
    • Arizona Authors Association; Literary magazine--Arizona
    • Winning entries in the 2008 Arizona Authors Association Literary Contest in unpublished categories of Poetry, Essays, Short Stories, Novels as well as Published Fiction and Published Nonfiction. This was the first year with a color cover....
    • Arizona Literary Magazine, Fall 2002

    • Schartz, Vijaya (ed.); Heathcotte, Toby (contest coordinator)
    • Arizona Authors Association; Literary magazine--Arizona
    • Winning entries in the 2002 Arizona Authors Association Literary Contest in unpublished categories in Article/Essay, Novel, Poetry, and Short Story, and Published Fiction and Published Nonfiction.
      Table of Contents
      Unpublished Essay and...
    • Pearl Hart (1871-?)

    • Unknown
    • Women -- History -- Arizona; Female Offenders -- Arizona
    • When Pearl Hart decided to rob a stagecoach outside of Globe with Joe Boot, she started a chain of events that brought her national notoriety. The tabloids of 1899 had a field day with the image of the petite "Girl Bandit" as a posse hunted them...
    • Gertrude Tolfree Tupper and Friends

    • Unknown
    • Women -- History -- Arizona; Cyclists -- Arizona
    • We believe this photograph of Gertrude Tolfree Tupper and her cyclist friends was taken around the beginning of the 20th century. Although Gertrude seems to have been lost in the pages of history, this photograph may have shown her as a member of a...
    • Viola Jimulla (1878-1966)

    • Unknown
    • Women -- History -- Arizona; Yavapai Indians -- History; Yavapai Indians -- Politics and Government -- Arizona
    • Viola Jimulla was the energetic Chief of the Yavapai Indians from 1940 to 1966, known for helping her people to much greater prosperity. Working alongside Prescott business leaders, she was successful in expanding the reservation by 1300 acres in...
    • U.S.--Mexican War Mexican soldier.

    • Abodeely, Joseph
    • Arizona Military Museum; Military Museums--Arizona--History
    • TUCSON PRESIDIO AND MEXICAN WAR

      In 1821, Mexico won its independence from Spain after a decade of war. The revolution had bankrupted the national treasury, and funds that had supported missions, presidios, and Apache peace...
    • Dirtie Girtie

    • Unknown
    • Women -- History -- Arizona; Prostitutes -- Arizona -- Tombstone; Prostitution -- Arizona -- History
    • Though her photograph was found in the Goldwater Collection, further mention of Dirtie Gertie in the histories of Prescott, where she is said to have lived, has not survived. It is possible that she and Little Gertie of Tombstone may have been the...
    • 1951 AIFT Horizons (yearbook)

    • American Institute for Foreign Trade (Thunderbird School of Global Management)
    • Thunderbird class yearbook; Thunderbird School of Global Management
    • This yearbook chronicles the 1947-1951 academic years at the American Institute for Foreign Trade and is dedicated to Barton K Yount. The publication includes individual photographs of administration, staff, faculty and students. There are also...
    • Duett Ellison-Hunt (1867-1934)

    • Unknown
    • Women -- History -- Arizona
    • This woman was a true lady in all ways, even while hunting grizzly bears, roping, branding and breaking steers. She refused to wear trousers, she would never let a cowboy wear spurs or chaps in her home, nor were they allowed to swear, chew...
    • Arizona Business Directory 1909-10 (Part 5 of 9) - Arizona Cities H-P

    • Gazetteer Publishing Co.
    • Arizona -- Directories; El Paso (Tex.) -- Directories; Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Directories; San Francisco (Calif.) -- Directories; Denver (Colo.) -- Directories;
    • This section of the Business Directory covers the cities Heber, Helvetia, Hereford, Hillside, Holebrook, Holmes, Hooper, Hot Springs, Houck, Huachua, Hubbard, Humboldt, Hunt, Huron, Indian Hot Springs, Iron King, Iron Springs, Jerome, Jersey,...
    • Arizona Business Directory 1909-10 (Part 6 of 9) - Arizona Cities P-Y

    • Gazetteer Publishing Co.
    • Arizona -- Directories; El Paso (Tex.) -- Directories; Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Directories; San Francisco (Calif.) -- Directories; Denver (Colo.) -- Directories;
    • This section of the Business Directory coveres the cities Pinetop, Pinto, Placerita, Planet, Polacca, Poland, Pool, Portal, Prescott, Puntenney, Quartzite, Quartz King, Quijotoa, Ray, Redington, Red Rock, Rice, Richinbar, Roosevelt, Rosemont, Round...
    • Arizona Business Directory 1909-10 (Part 3 of 9) - Arizona Cities A-C

    • Gazetteer Publishing Co.
    • Arizona -- Directories; El Paso (Tex.) -- Directories; Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Directories; San Francisco (Calif.) -- Directories; Denver (Colo.) -- Directories;
    • This section of the Business Directory coveres the cities Acme, Adamana, Aqua Caliente, Ajo, Alhambra, Alicia, Alpine, Apache, Aravaipa, Arivaca, Arlington, Ash Fork, Aztec, Bellemont, Bellevue, Benson, Bisbee, Black Warrior, Black Water, Blue,...
    • Berta Coveney

    • Unknown
    • Women -- History -- Arizona
    • This photograph, while undated, was probably taken during the 1880's. Though Ms. Coveney's personal history is unknown, her father was James M. Cotton, a businessman in Phoenix during the last half of the 19th century. He and George E. Mowry were...
    • News of Thunderbirds, March 1962

    • American Institute for Foreign Trade (Thunderbird School of Global Management)
    • Thunderbird School of Global Management--Alumni and alumnae--periodicals.
    • This issue of the News of Thunderbirds features news about the American Institute for Foreign Trade (AIFT) in March 1962. On the cover is a photo of the Honorable Clare Booth Luce, who spoke at the commencement ceremony. There is also a summary of...
    • AIFT Alumni Bulletin, March 1951

    • American Institute for Foreign Trade (Thunderbird School of Global Management)
    • Thunderbird School of Global Management--Alumni and alumnae--periodicals.
    • This issue of the AIFT Alumni Bulletin features news about the American Institute for Foreign Trade in March of 1951. Featured in this issue is news about the start of the Key-Man Program and the publication of a Five-Year Class book called...
    • Arizona The State Magazine, 1915

    • Scott, C.S. (ed) and Young, Etta Gifford (assoc. ed)
    • Arizona; History
    • Arizona The State Magazine Vol 5 No. 3 and 5-7, January, May, July, October 1915; and Vol 6 No. 1-2, November-December 1915.
    • Arizona The State Magazine, 1917

    • Scott, C.S. (ed.); Westfall, A.H. (Pres.)
    • Arizona; History
    • Arizona The State Magazine Vol 7 No. 4-12, February-October 1917 and Vol 8 No. 1-2 November-December 1917

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