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    • 1957 Thunderbird (yearbook)

    • 1957 Thunderbird (yearbook)
    • American Institute for Foreign Trade (Thunderbird School of Global Management)
    • Thunderbird class yearbook; Thunderbird School of Global Management
    • This yearbook chronicles the 1956-1957 academic year at the American Institute for Foreign Trade. The publication includes individual photographs of administration, staff, faculty and students. There are also images of the Women's Club, Newman...
    • "The Traveler" Glendale Community College Literary Magazine, 1979

    • "The Traveler" Glendale Community College Literary Magazine, 1979
    • Glendale Community College
    • Glendale Community College (Maricopa County, Ariz.); College students' writings, American--Arizona--Glendale--Periodicals; Creative writing (Higher education)--Periodicals; Short stories, American--Periodicals; American poetry--20th...
    • The Traveler, Spring, 1979. Editor: Wendy Dodd. Staff: Barbara Barbera; Judi Bieda; Steven Clayman; Brenda Hammond; Ki Roever; Carl Smith. Advisors: Conrad Bayley; Marilyn L. Schiedat. Cover: Sue Sterner.
    • Arizona Highways, February 1990

    • Arizona Highways, February 1990
    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, February 1990

      Contents:
      2. Editor’s Page, by Merrill Windsor.
      3. Yours Sincerely (Letters to the Editor).
      4. High Country Snow Survey: Maintaining optimum water levels in desert reservoirs requires...
    • Arizona Highways, January 1972

    • Arizona Highways, January 1972
    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, January 1972

      Contents:
      1. Editor’s Letter: From Arizona With Love, by Joseph Stacey.
      4. The Institute of American Indian Art: Where a renaissance is preparing to emerge. By Lloyd New.
      6. London Bridge at...
    • Arizona watch / Arizona Site Stewards

    • Arizona watch / Arizona Site Stewards
    • Arizona. State Historic Preservation Office. Arizona Site Stewards.
    • Historic sites--Conservation and restoration; Historic sites--Arizona; Arizona--Antiquities--Collection and preservation;
    • This title contains one or more publications. Newsletter.
    • B-029

    • B-029
    • Unknown
    • Piipaash
    • Maricopa Black-on-red duck effigy vessel with a flat base, boot shaped body, a tab protrusion representing the tail, short neck, and rounded head with a small beak and an opening along the crown. Exterior surface covered with a red slip, polished,...
    • B-066

    • B-066
    • Unknown
    • Piipaash
    • Large polychrome jar, a short neck with two applied, molded, and painted effigy faces on either side, restricted opening, out-curved rim; globular body with a flat base. The shape is fairly symmetrical, surface is highly polished red, except for...
    • B-100

    • B-100
    • Unknown
    • Piipaash
    • Small Maricopa Black-on-Cream bowl with 2 human effigies attached to rim, a globular shape and a flat bottom. The wide oval mouth has one male and one female effigy extending outward from the rim. Interior and exterior surfaces covered with a...
    • B-118

    • B-118
    • Unknown
    • Piipaash
    • Small rattle in the shape of a human figure. The creamy surface is polished and decorated with black paint. The overall shape is ovoid. Arms are appliqued, and the facial features are built up with the clay, with holes punched in clay for eyes,...
    • B-127

    • B-127
    • Unknown
    • Piipaash
    • Small Maricopa Black-on-cream bird effigy jar with two spouts and appliquéd decorations. Flat base, u-shaped body, semi-circular appliquéd wings, one spout for the tail, and the other spout for the head. The tail is slightly higher than the...
    • B-132

    • B-132
    • Unknown
    • Piipaash
    • Maricopa Black-on-cream tortoise effigy. Roughly half an oval, with four short rounded tab legs, a small semicircular tail, and a broader, flat head with appliquéd eyes and punctate nostrils. Background color is light brown, with a few areas...
    • B-133

    • B-133
    • Unknown
    • Piipaash
    • Small Maricopa Black-on-cream effigy jar. Jar body is oval, with an off-set wide neck, generally similar to a bird effigy vessel, but without any specific bird features such as a tail or wings. On the back of the effigy is an appliquéd toad,...
    • B-151

    • B-151
    • Unknown
    • Piipaash
    • Medium sized Maricopa Black-on-cream elephant effigy. Roughly ovate body stands on four slightly splayed legs. Tail is short and thick. Head has rounded ears, conical appliquéd eyes, and short tusks that curve upwards. The short trunk curves...
    • Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley

    • Chaco branch excavations at White Mound and in the Red Mesa Valley
    • Gladwin, Harold S. (Harold Sterling), 1883-1983
    • Archaeological surveying; Pueblo Indians; Indians of North America; Antiquities
    • (17,796kb, 13,414kb pdfs) Describes the excavations and findings at the White Mound and the Red Mesa Valley areas and their significance to the Pueblo cultures.
    • Excavations at Snaketown, IV: reviews and conclusions

    • Excavations at Snaketown, IV: reviews and conclusions
    • Gladwin, Harold S. (Harold Sterling), 1883-1985
    • Hohokam culture; Excavations (Archaeology)
    • Re-analyzes the original data from Snaketown in light of increased knowledge of adjacent cultures and developments in tree-ring research.
    • Gila Plain bird effigy pitcher

    • Gila Plain bird effigy pitcher
    • Unknown
    • Hohokam
    • Small, Gila Plain bird effigy pitcher. This effigy vessel was recovered from a habitation area, located east of the platform mound at Pueblo Grande. Bird effigy vessels such as this one were made later in the Hohokam cultural sequence.
    • Hohokam Style Horned Toad

    • Hohokam Style Horned Toad
    • Unknown
    • Petroglyphs--Arizona; Petroglyphs--Southwest New; Rock art --Arizona
    • This petroglyph is of a horned toad. Its image is recorded from the Anasazi, Hohokam, Mogollon, and Mimbres cultures. Its likeness is related to these cultures through their use of horned lizard images on pottery, petroglyphs, effigy bowls,...

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