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    • The Shadow of the Tomahawk at Ancient Wupatki

    • Forrest, Earle R. (Earle Robert), 1883-1969
    • Wupatki National Monument (Ariz.); Ruins.; Pueblo architecture.
    • Wupatki National Monument. Black Falls Group of Ruins, about 40 miles northeast of Flagstaff, AZ. Wupatki Ruins. [Forrest:] The Shadow of the Tomahawk at Ancient Wupatki. Dr. Jesse W. Fewkes named this Wupatki, meaning Tall House. I caught this...
    • Legacy of Courage The Story of Arthur Van Haren, Jr.

    • Renolds, Jean; Raul Castro Institute; Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • World War II; Mexican America Military Service; U.S Navy; Military Aviation
    • Arthur joined the ranks of the few Mexican American men from Phoenix to be given public acclaim as decorated war heroes, although many from the city’s Mexican community served in World War II with distinction. Other young men who received public...
    • Falcon Field

    • Markow, Robert
    • World War II; Falcon Field; Southwest Airways; Pilots and pilotage--British; Thunderbird Field II
    • Falcon Field in Mesa, Arizona, developed and operated by Southwest Airways, was briefly known as Thunderbird Field II, but was named Falcon Field because it trained most of the British pilots of World War II
    • 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....
    • Josephine Goldwater (1875-1966)

    • Unknown
    • Women -- History -- Arizona
    • Josephine ("Jo") Goldwater was truly one-of-a-kind. Jo was a high-spirited non-conformist who loved the outdoors, spoke her mind, and had an adventuresome spirit. She was a major influence in the lives of her children Barry, Robert, and Carolyn....
    • A Passion for Politics:  The Life of Mulford Winsor

    • Maxwell, Margaret F.
    • Winsor, Mulford; Arizona history; Arizona libraries;
    • A Passion for Politics: The Life of Mulford Winsor is a history of Arizona's first State Librarian, and Director of the Department of Library and Archives from 1932 until his death in Phoenix on November 05, 1956.
    • Letter of Condolence from Charlotte

    • Charlotte
    • Wildfire fighters; Forest fires--Arizona--Yarnell; Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshots; Letters
    • Letter of condolence and encouragement from an individual named Charlotte
    • Letter of Condolence from Joseph M. Farkas

    • Farkas, Joseph M.
    • Wildfire fighters; Forest fires--Arizona--Yarnell; Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshots; Letters
    • Handwritten letter of condolence including 19 messages of sympathy from Joseph M. Farkas, Vails Gate, New York.
    • Letter of Condolence from Verasoni

    • Kasbo, Abe
    • Wildfire fighters; Forest fires--Arizona--Yarnell; Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshots; Letters
    • Letter of condolence and donation from Abe Kasbo, CEO, Verasoni, Montclair, New Jersey on behalf of the following contributors: Dr. Gary Klein, Dr. Steven Schloass, Robert Cruz, Kevin Coleman, John LoBianco, The Filippelli Family, Paul Nuzzi, Alan...
    • Letter of Donation

    • Gall, Esther
    • Wildfire fighters; Forest fires--Arizona--Yarnell; Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshots; Letters
    • Letter of donation from Esther Gall "In Memory of the Granite Mountain Hotshots."
    • Fort Whipple

    • Arizona Photograph Company
    • Whipple Barracks (Ariz.)
    • Fort Whipple, established in 1864, was named for Lt. Amiel W. Whipple, who led a military expedition into the area in 1853-54 and established the first access routes to nearby gold fields.
    • Photograph of a waterfall in northern Arizona.

    • Luther Wood
    • Waterfalls--Arizona;
    • Photograph of a waterfall in northern Arizona. This collection features photographs taken--primarily in northern Arizona--by a cowboy/cook named Luther Wood.

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