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    • News from SBA Regional Administrator: Pacific Region Quarterly

    • United States. Small Business Administration.
    • Small business--United States--Periodicals
    • This title contains one or more publications. The quarterly Region IX newsletter covers the states of Arizona, California, Nevada, Hawaii, as well as Guam and the Pacific territories.
    • Northrop alpha mail plane forced landing near Leupp

    • LuCeille Wallace
    • Aeronautics--Arizona--History; Air Mail Service -- United States; Aircraft Accidents
    • Carburetor ice caused this forced landing in February 1932 about 7 miles east of Leupp. The Northrop Alpha was hauled to Winslow for repairs, pilot Harlan Hall rode away from the crash on horseback, and the mail was rescued by a truck.
    • Curtiss S-2 wireless scout

    • National Archives
    • Airplanes; Aircraft, Military -- United States;
    • An early racer, the engine is an OX-6 100 horsepower and the airplane could fly 119 miles per hour.
    • Oral History with Carlos Armendariz, May 20, 2011

    • Armendariz, Carlos
    • Immigration and the transnational experience; San Luis (Ariz.); Yuma County (Ariz.); Mexican Americans--Arizona; Customhouse brokers--United States; Bilingualism
    • Carlos Armendariz was born in Cananea, Sonora, Mexico in 1929. Mr. Armendariz is descended from Chiricahua Apaches who fled Arizona to northern Sonora. He came to San Luis, Arizona in 1959 from Calexico, California to assume work as a Customs...
    • The performance of privately operated prisons: a review of research: Appendix 2

    • Gaes, Gerald G., 1947-
    • Corrections--Contracting out--United States; Prisons--United States--Finance; Criminal justice, Administration of--United States
    • 44 pages (PDF version). File size: 4942.005 KB. Includes bibliographic references. The authors considered evaluations of private prisons in nine states including Arizona (p. 13). The other featured states are Massachusetts, Kentucky,...
    • Anatomy of a mine from prospect to production

    • Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah)
    • Mining law--United States; Prospecting
    • 76 pages (PDF version). General Technical Report INT-GTR-35. Rev. ed. Ill. Arizona State Library and Archives has earlier 1977 and 1983 editions in print format. Included for its discussion of Arizona and western states' mines and mining...
    • Melanie Ohm

    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Latina; Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneur; Consulting firms; Consulting firms--United States;
    • Latino Perspectives Magazine 'Entrepreneur' profile of Business mujer Melanie Ohm of Concepts Consulting Group, who mixes culture with developing organizations.
    • Population estimates and projections

    • Arizona State University, Center for Business Research
    • Arizona--Population; Population forecasting--Arizona; Migration, Internal--Arizona; Migration, Internal--United States
    • 37 Pages (PDF version). File Size: 3,034 KB
    • Arizona Legislature Joint Legislative Study Committee on Gas-Fired Electrical Generating Plants...

    • Arizona. Legislature. Joint Legislative Study Committee on Gas-Fired Electrical Generating Plants.
    • Electric power production -- United States; Electric power-plants -- Efficiency -- United States.
    • The report includes text of S.B. 1150; the minutes for the meetings on October 14, 1999 and November 9, 1999; information from Verde Resources, Lone Pine, California; information from the Arizona Corporation Commission; and handouts, graphs and...
    • Desert Foothills Area Map

    • Cave Creek-Carefree Chamber of Commerce
    • Carefree, Arizona; Cave Creek, Arizona; Platt map--United States--History
    • A cartoon map of the towns of Carefree and Cave Creek published by the Chamber of Commerce. Places of note include Black Mountain, Carefree Highway, Carefree Airport, and Desert Foothills Scenic Drive. A numbered index accompanies the map for...
    • Thompson and Zache Family History

    • Elizabeth Thompson Zache
    • Oral histories; Arizona History; Arizona History 20th Century; Gila County (Ariz.); Biography; Mining; Locomotive works-- United States -- History; Great Depression
    • Elizabeth Zache tells of her family coming to Miami, AZ and describes growing up in a mining community and culture. Her father was a locomotive brakeman, fireman and then engineer working for the mines. She met her husband when he was in the...
    • Ridenhour, Cappy Joy

    • Cappy Joy Ridenhour
    • Oral histories; Arizona History; Arizona History 19th century; Arizona History 20th Century; Gila County (Ariz.); Biography; Mining; Ranching History of Gila County; Military Nurses -- personal narratives; Military Nurses -- history -- United...
    • Cappy tells of her grandparents' families, the Haughts and Carrie Martin, coming from Texas to Arizona, meeting, marrying and settling on a ranch on Walnut Creek. Her mother, Virgie, grew up, married and remained on her parents' ranch, as did...
    • Maurel Family History

    • Milo Maurel
    • Oral histories; Arizona History; Arizona History 19th century; Arizona History 20th Century; Gila County (Ariz.); Biography; Mining; Stone-masons; Aviation mechanics (Persons) Training of -- United States; Aviation careers
    • Milo tells of his French grandparents meeting and marrying in New York, of coming to Globe, AZ in the late 1800s, narrowly escaping an Apache massacre enroute. They homesteaded in Globe, and worked as a stone mason building many buildings in...
    • It Takes 2 to Make a Black Market

    • Office of Price Administration
    • World War, 1939-1945. Black market-United States. Rationing--United States.
    • This poster makes it clear that both sides of the transaction are in the wrong when avoiding price regulation and rationing. A ration stamp had to accompany your payment for any restricted goods to make sure there was enough to go around. Food and...
    • Most Americans Comply with Rationing and Price Control

    • Office of Price Administration
    • World War, 1939-1945. Rationing--United States.
    • This poster implores Americans to turn in rationing and price control violators since it hurts the group as a whole. Both systems were intended to ensure staples (butter, gasoline) and basic luxuries (sugar, coffee, tobacco) were distributed as...
    • We Want This, Not This: Rationing is a "Must" Until Supply Equals Demand

    • Office of Price Administration
    • World War, 1939-1945. Rationing--United States.
    • Rationing was a major part of life on the homefront, ensuring rationed items were distributed evenly. This typically involved ration books, requiring a stamp from the book along with payment to receive items like sugar, butter, or gasoline. This...
    • OPA Ceiling Price, Refuse to Pay More!

    • Office of Price Administration
    • World War, 1939-1945. Rationing--United States.
    • Several price controlled items can be seen here; many of these items could not be produced quickly enough because raw materials and finished parts could not be obtained quickly enough. Raw materials like rubber or various metals were still often...
    • The Thunderbird, Fall 1979

    • Thunderbird School of Global Management; Thunderbird, the Garvin School of International Management; Thunderbird, the American Graduate School of International Management; American Graduate School of International Management; Thunderbird Graduate...
    • Thunderbird alumni magazine; Thunderbird annual report.
    • The Thunderbird alumni magazine collection contains archival issues of the school’s main publication aimed at informing and connecting the Thunderbird community, especially alumni. Feature articles, profiles, interviews, news, events and alumni...
    • Fokker tri-motor in flight over Sacaton

    • E.D. Newcomer
    • Arizona -- History -- 1912-1950; Air Mail Service -- United States
    • Inaugural contract air mail #33 over Sacaton, October 16, 1930 headed westbound from Atlanta. The contractor was Southern Air Fast Express (SAFE) and the carrier American Airways, Inc. The westbound schedule departed Atlanta on the 15th, spent...

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