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    • PDF of UA Poetry Center Celebrating 50 Years

    • The University of Arizona Poetry Center
    • American poetry--20th century.
    • Essays on the history of the University of Arizona Poetry Center edited by Poetry Center Executive Director Gail Browne and former Senior Librarian Rodney Phillips. This volume was published concurrently as a printed book. Note: the essay "People,...
    • Wildlife Portrait Series No. 5

    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
    • Animals--Pictorial Works.
    • This page accompanies the fifth Wildlife series created by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The final set in this series, it returns to the photographic format seen in set one. Each animal is briefly described, although the description varies...
    • Arizona Highways, January 1990

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

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S PAGE
      03 LETTERS
      04 THE CHALLENGE OF ARIZONA GOLF Text by James Bartell. Photographs by Steve Bruno. More than 200 courses statewide reflect both innovative, imaginative...
    • Arizona Highways, July 1991

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, July 1991

      Contents:
      02 ALONG THE WAY What it’s like to have been to the mountain.
      03 LETTERS
      04 SPECIAL SECTION Get Wet! The diversity of Arizona’s water recreational opportunities ranges from giant lakes to...
    • Arizona Highways, February 1989

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, February 1989

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S PAGE
      03 LETTERS
      04 A PLACE CALLED BISBEE by Lawrence W. Cheek. Bisbee today is a retired mining town trading in tourism. But for early-day mine workers, toiling...
    • Arizona Highways, July 1989

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, July 1989

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S PAGE
      03 LETTERS
      04 SOUTH MOUNTAIN: A PARK FOR ALL SEASONS by John Alcock. A perceptive professor of zoology conveys the pleasures of observing desert plants and animals even...
    • Arizona Highways, September 1989

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, September 1989

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S PAGE
      03 LETTERS
      04 CAVE CREEK AND CAREFREE: THE NONIDENTICAL TWINS Text by Lawrence W. Cheek. Photographs by Jerry Sieve. Side by side in the desert foothills north of...
    • Arizona Highways, October 1989

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, October 1989

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S PAGE
      03 LETTERS
      04 HI, HO! COME TO THE FAIR! Text by Lynn Adair. Photographs by Fred Griffin. The first Arizona Territorial Fair in 1884 and the on-again, off-again efforts...
    • Arizona Highways, November 1989

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, November 1989

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S PAGE
      03 LETTERS
      04 CABEZA PRIETA Text by Bill Broyles. Photographs by Willard Clay. This national wildlife refuge, a pristine environment for a host of animals and plants,...
    • Arizona Highways, January 1988

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, January 1988

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S PAGE
      03 LETTERS
      04 THOUGHTS ON OUR SPANISH LEGACY by Stewart L. Udall. It’s time to reexamine the “Black Legend” of Spanish cruelty in the New World. An excerpt from the...
    • Arizona Highways, September 1988

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, September 1988

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S PAGE
      03 LETTERS
      04 HIGH COUNTRY GETAWAY: CROWN KING AND THE BRADSHAWS by Joseph Stocker. The rugged Bradshaw Range, which once lured 19th century adventurers with the...
    • Arizona Literary Magazine, Fall 2006

    • Schartz, Vijaya (ed.); Manville, Greta (contest coordinator)
    • Arizona Authors Association; Literary magazine--Arizona
    • Winning entries in the 2006 Arizona Authors Association Literary Contest in unpublished categories of Essay/Article/True Story, Novel, Poetry, and Short Story and published categories of Fiction, Nonfiction, and Children's Literature.
      Table of...
    • Arizona Literary Magazine, Fall 2013

    • Blake, Elizabeth (ed.); Jones, Scott (contest coordinator)
    • Arizona Authors Association; Literary magazine--Arizona
    • Winning entries in 2013 Arizona Authors Literary Contest in unpublished categories in Article/Essay/True Stories, Novel, Poetry, Short Story and in published categories of Fiction, Nonfiction, and Children's Literature.
      Table of Contents...
    • Perspectives of the Past-Oral history interview with Mary Clem 2011-07-30

    • Stensrud-Clem, Mary, 1910-
    • Centenarians--United States--Interviews; Oral history--Arizona; Tucson (Ariz.)--History--Anecdotes; Yuma (Ariz.)--History
    • Mary Clem recounts her early childhood in Yuma, Arizona beginning around 1917. Clem shares early memories of a WW1 soldier camp in Yuma, influenza outbreaks and the plank road from Arizona to California. Clem’s husband owned a mortuary in Bisbee...
    • Ear Flaps

    • Maasai Tribe
    • Communication Artifact; Personal Symbol
    • Only a Maasai married woman may wear these beaded ear flaps. Tribal custom states that her husband must never see her without them. They are made of glass seed beads on leather and are 6 inches long and 1 1/2 inches wide.
    • Pepetu Apron

    • Ndebele Tribe
    • Communication Artifact; Personal Symbol
    • Ndebele women wear aprons to denote their status. An unmarried, but eligible lady, wears a rectangle with beaded geometric designs called " Pepetu". The base is goat skin completely covered with glass seed beads sewn in place.
    • Oral History Interview with John L. Conovaloff

    • Conovaloff, John L.
    • Conovaloff, John L.; Glendale, Arizona; Russian Community; Molokan Church; Salt River; Arizona State Fairgrounds; Pendergast Elementary School; Farming; Tolleson
    • Russian immigrant, John Conovaloff was member of the Russian community which settled in Glendale, Arizona around 1910. In the 1920s he watched as many members of the Russian colony moved to California, due to the Cotton Crash and because of the...
    • Letter from Samuel E. Day, Jr. to his parents, April 8, 1917.

    • Day, Samuel, Jr., 1882-1963
    • Correspondence Letter writing Easter Judgements, Criminal; Goat milk; Arizona; Chelly, Canyon de (Ariz.)
    • A letter from Samuel E. Day, Jr. to his mother and father regarding family news, information on the punishment of the boy who stole some clothes and information on who is going to be digging at Canyon de Chelly.
    • The Thunderbird (magazine), Volume 01, Number 10

    • Southwest Airways, Inc.
    • Falcon Field (Mesa, Ariz.); Flight training--Arizona; Flight training--United States; Military operations, Aerial--American; Military operations, Aerial--British; Military operations, Aerial--Chinese; Southwest Airways--Periodicals; Southwest...
    • The Thunderbird magazine was published monthly by Southwest Airways, Inc. beginning in March 1943. The magazine documents the company's operations of four airfields across the Phoenix Valley, Thunderbird Field No. 1 (Glendale, Ariz.), Thunderbird...
    • Oral History with Atia Khan, December 7, 2010

    • Khan, Atia
    • Kingman (Ariz.); Mohave Community College; Immigration and the transnational experience; Islam--Airzona
    • Atia Khan is originally from Pakistan. She has lived in Kingman since 1981. Mrs. Khan teaches at Mohave Community College and is a founding member of Masjid Ibrahim, the only mosque in Kingman.

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