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    • Constitution and By-laws of the Yerington Paiute Tribe, Nevada

    • Yerington Paiute Tribe of the Yerington Colony & Campbell Ranch, Nevada
    • Constitutions -- Yerington Paiute Tribe of the Yerington Colony and Campbell Ranch, Nevada. By-laws -- Yerington Paiute Tribe of the Yerington Colony and Campbell Ranch, Nevada. Paiute Indians -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Nevada.
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    • Winnie Ruth Judd Reminiscences Letter

    • Winnie Ruth Judd
    • Judd, Winnie Ruth, 1905-1998; Trials (Murder) -- Arizona -- Phoenix; Murder -- Arizona -- Phoenix; Women murderers -- Arizona; Murderers -- Arizona
    • Handwritten reminiscences letter written by Winnie Ruth Judd while in the Arizona State Hospital.
    • Oral History with Sister Michael Wilson, January 31, 2011

    • Wilson, Sister Michael
    • Winslow (Ariz.); Navajo Indian Reservation; Education--Navajo County (Ariz.); Teaching; Interpersonal relations and culture; Siena Heights University; Powwows
    • Sister Michael Wilson is a Dominican nun who moved to Arizona in 1972 to teach. In this interview, Wilson shares how spending her childhood and beginning her career as a teacher in Michigan helped prepare her for working in the West. Wilson...
    • The Pueblo of Sia, New Mexico

    • White, Leslie A.
    • Zia Indians. Indians of North America -- New Mexico. Zia Pueblo (N.M.)
    • Includes 12 plates. Due to limitations of program, full text is not available.
    • An introduction to the ceramics of Tres Zapotes, Veracruz, Mexico

    • Weiant, C. W. (Clarence Wolsey)
    • Tres Zapotes Site (Mexico) Indian pottery -- Mexico -- Tres Zapotes Site. Indians of Mexico -- Antiquities. Pottery -- Mexico -- Tres Zapotes Site. Weiant, C. W. (Clarence Wolsey), 1897-1986.
    • Includes 54 plates. Due to limitations of program, full text not available.
    • An introduction to Kansas archeology

    • Wedel, Waldo R. (Waldo Rudolph)
    • Indians of North America -- Kansas. Kansas -- Antiquities. Archaeology -- Kansas. Wedel, Waldo R. (Waldo Rudolph), 1908-1996.
    • Includes 97 plates. Due to the limitations of the imaging program, only partial text is available.
    • The Troyville mounds, Catahoula Parish, La

    • Walker, Winslow M. (Winslow Metcalf)
    • Troyville mounds (Catahoula Parish, La.) Mounds -- Louisiana -- Catahoula Parish. Excavations (Archaeology) -- Louisiana -- Catahoula Parish. Walker, Winslow M. (Winslow Metcalf), 1903-1996.
    • Includes 16 plates. Due to limitations of program, full text not available.
    • An evaluation of Arizona's competitiveness: the Arizona-Sonora project

    • Walker, Marisa Paula.
    • International trade; Arizona--Economic conditions; Arizona--Economic conditions--Statistics; Arizona--Commerce--Mexico; Mexico--Commerce--Arizona; Southwest, New--Economic conditions; Southwest, New--Economic conditions--Statistics; Southwest, New...
    • 113 pages (PDF version). File size: 1133.365 KB. "December 2000."--Cover. Prepared for the Arizona-Mexico Commission.
    • Oral History with Helen Vance, April 22, 2011

    • Vance, Helen
    • Sierra Vista (Ariz.)--History; Police--Arizona
    • Helen Vance was born in Mexico City in 1930. She talks about living and attending school in Mexico, where her father was a coffee buyer. Mrs. Vance and her husband, Reed Vance, moved to Sierra Vista, Arizona in 1959. Mr. Vance worked for the Sierra...
    • Corporate charter of the Upper Lake Pomo Indian Community

    • Upper Lake Band of Pomo Indians of Upper Lake Rancheria of California
    • Habematolel Pomo of Upper Lake, California -- Charters. Indians of North America -- California -- Politics and government. Pomo Indians -- Politics and government.
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    • CIAC: our year in review 2006

    • Updike, Galen
    • Arizona. Communications Infrastructure Advisory Committee; Telecommunication--Arizona; Telecommunication policy- Arizona;
    • 19 pages (PDF version). File size: 114.833 KB. Title from caption. Communications Infrastructure Advisory Committee (CIAC). Committee website: http://gita.state.az.us/telecom/ciac/
    • Development, evaluation and application of left turn signal warrants

    • Upchurch, Jonathan; Radwan, Essam; Dean, Arthur G.
    • Electronic traffic controls; Traffic signs and signals--Arizona; TEXAS (Computer program)
    • 205 pages (PDF version). File size: 4920 KB "The objectives of this research project were to: 1. develop a research work plan to conduct a statistically valid study for the development of numerical warrants for left turn movements, and 2. prepare...
    • Ford tri-motor at Kingman

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    • Arizona -- History -- 1912-1950; Airports -- Arizona; Airplanes
    • Maddux Airlines' 5-AT-B Ford tri-motor was reportedly the first Ford to land at Kingman. This model was popular among many airlines and originally seated 14 but were stretched to accommodate 15 to 17 persons total.
    • U.S. Army Yuma Proving Grounds Plaque, Gift to Gov. Fife Symington

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    • Symington, J. Fife, 1945- ; United States. Army; Yuma (Ariz.)
    • U.S. Army Yuma Proving Grounds, photographs and two military challenge coins in copper frame. Given to Governor Fife Symington. The photographs show: a computer room, artillery firing, birds in a nest on a cactus, a tank, and a man seated at a desk...
    • Hollywood and Politics II

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    • Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998
    • Photograph is signed "To Barry my love from Granny." Irene Ryan was a popular TV star in the 1960s as the crusty grandmother in The Beverly Hillbillies.
    • Meet the Press

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    • Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998
    • Senator Goldwater was a frequent, popular guest on news programs throughout the years. Hosts and audiences alike relished his candor and quick wit.
    • Devil's Slide

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    • U.S. -- UT -- Devils Slide Quad.
    • "Devil’s Slide, Weber Canyon, U.P.R.R. Dikes of more resistant igneous rock projecting as ridges above hill slope. What are dikes? Do they always project in this manner? Might they ever cause depressions? Explain each condition. What does such a...
    • Lake Placid

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    • Lake Placid (N.Y.) -- Photographs; Adirondack Mountains (N.Y.) -- Photographs; Outdoor recreation -- New York (State) -- Adirondack Mountains
    • "Lake Placid-a popular resort in the Adirondacks. Golf course in left foreground."
    • Boy Scouts IV

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    • Japanese Americans-- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; Gila River Relocation Center
    • Scouting was popular and greatly encouraged as a sign of patiotism.
    • Boy Scouts I

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    • Japanese Americans-- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; Gila River Relocation Center
    • Scouting was popular among the camps' youth. It was considered an honor and privlege to be a flag bearer.
    • Gertrude Tolfree Tupper and Friends

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    • 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...
    • December 25

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    • Wright, Harold Bell, 1872-1944
    • Organized Charities, directed by popular author Harold Bell Wright, distributed 1,200 Christmas baskets of food and toys to Tucson's poor on this date in 1931. Wright, seen in this 1926 portrait, was a popular fiction author.
    • Portrait of Hector Irineo in a Zoot Suit, 1945

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    • Portrait Photography; Mexican Americans--History; Arizona; Counterculture; Chicano heritage
    • This is a portrait of Hector Irineo wearing a Zoot Suit, taken on July 28, 1945. This style of dress was very popular during the 1940s for Mexican-American men an women all over the southwest. They called themselves Pachucos and Pachucas.
    • Portrait of Alexander Levin and Zenona Molina de Levin, late 1870s

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    • Portrait Photography; Mexican Americans--History; Arizona
    • This is a portrait of Alexander Levin and his wife Zenona Molina de Levin, ca. late 1870s. Alexander Levin emigrated to Tucson from Prussia soon after the Civil War. Zenona Molina was from a prominent Sonoran family. In 1869 Alexander Levin...
    • Joe Quintanar, Zoot suiter, 1940s

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    • Portrait Photography; Mexican Americans--History; Arizona; Counterculture; Chicano heritage
    • This is a portrait of Joe Quintanar wearing the Zoot Suit style, taken circa 1940s. This style of dress was very popular during the 1940s for Mexican-American men and women all over the southwest. They called themselves Pachucos and Pachucas.
    • Hanging out at the JCC

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    • Jewish community centers
    • The Maryland Avenue Jewish Community Center was a popular spot for many different Jewish events, celebrations, and programs. The Maryland Avenue JCC opened in 1962 and remained opend until 1996. The Valley of the Sun JCC opened in 2002.
    • Tempe Crimson Rims Baseball Team

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    • Sports
    • Black and white photograph of the Tempe Crimson Rims baseball team. The Crimson Rims of Tempe was a local baseball team established sometime in the late 1890s and that continued playing at least until 1906. The Crimson Rim was a brand of bicycle...
    • The main entrance to Sahuaro Ranch Park, at 59th Avenue and Mountain View, about 1981.

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    • Glendale (Ariz.)--History; Glendale (Ariz.)--Buildings, Structures, etc.; Agriculture--Ariz.; Glendale Parks & Recreation Department (Glendale, Ariz.)
    • The City of Glendale purchased the remaining portions of Sahuaro Ranch in 1977 and turned it into a regional park in the early 1980s. Here is the main entrance to Sahuaro Ranch Park, at 59th Avenue and Mountain View Road, about 1981. The metal...
    • Foundations

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    • Underwear; chemise; silk stockings; tap pants; garter belt; Bristow Family; Jordan Family; Sedona; Verde Valley; pioneer family; Cottonwood; Camp Verde; Arizona Territory; Arizona
    • Undergarments have always been important to everyday life and wardrobe function. In history, women often wore layers for comfort and warmth as well as fashion. Girdles were essential for many women from the 1920’s-1960’s. In later years they...
    • Once Upon a Time: Anne Jordan Jackson

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    • Wedding dress; Jordan family; Sedona; Arizona; pioneer families; outdoor weddings
    • June 21, 1952 was a very popular and important social event for residents of the Verde Valley. The Jordan~Jackson wedding was well-attended with more than 250 guests present at the sunset wedding on the front lawn of the Jordan home. It was “the”...
    • Apple cider party

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    • Farms--Arizona--Sedona
    • Cider presses were common at Oak Creek orchards. Apples were the most popular fruit for juicing, but the Dumas family also pressed blackberries. If the juice was allowed to ferment in a crock or barrel in a cool dry place, it would become cider.
    • Fruit boxes stacked to the packing shed roof

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    • Farms--Arizona--Sedona
    • The smooth concrete floor of Walter's new packing shed was popular with all the kids in town for roller skating. How disappointed they were when harvest time arrived and their skating rink was filled with boxes and workers.
    • Paradise Inn

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    • Photographs -- Scottsdale (Ariz.) -- History; Photography -- Scottsdale (Ariz.) -- History; Scottsdale (Ariz.) -- History -- Photographs; Paradise Inn
    • Scottsdale area architect and developer R. T. Evans built and opened The Paradise Inn ca 1944-45. Paradise Inn was located on Camelback Road,east of the Jokake Inn, a popular winter resort Evans designed for his wife to operate in 1926. The...
    • Camelback Inn horseback riders

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    • Photographs -- Scottsdale (Ariz.) -- History; Photography -- Scottsdale (Ariz.) -- History; Scottsdale (Ariz.) -- History -- Photographs; Camelback Inn
    • Horseback riding was one of the most popular activities for winter visitors at the Camelback Inn near Scottsdale. Opened in 1936, it attracted a steady stream of wealthy midwesterners, many of whom decided to move to the Scottsdale area after...

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