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    • Salt River Dam

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    • Theodore Roosevelt Dam (Ariz.)
    • Card is postmarked Roosevelt, Arizona, Oct 1910 and addressed to John A. Adams of Williams, Arizona and was sent before the Dam was completed in 1911. Message reads "10/18/10. Your card tonight. I am fine. Will be here for several months yet...
    • Salt River Dam

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    • Theodore Roosevelt Dam (Ariz.)
    • Card is postmarked Roosevelt, Ariz., March 1910 and addressed to John A. Adams of Chicago, Illinois. and was sent before the Dam was completed in 1911. Message reads "3/11/10. Dear J.Q., How does this look to you. We should finish by June. ...
    • Main building, University of Arizona. Tucson, Arizona

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    • University of Arizona; Tucson (Ariz.)
    • Postcard shows "Old Main" at the Unviversity of Arizona and is postmarked Tucson, August 24, 1909. Sent to Emma Rowley of Burlington Vermont. Message reads "Dear Emma, I received your postal the other day & was very glad to hear from you again...
    • Hearty congratulations

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    • Cowboys; Ranch life—Arizona
    • This card is postmarked August 1910 from Cline, Arizona to Mr. E.H. Lily, Phoenix, Arizona. Message reads: "Aug 4, 1910. Dear Friends, Card rec'd was glad to hear from you again. [?] we are having rain at last and am busy branding. Am going to...
    • Bound for Yuma to celebrate Xmas

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    • Yuma (Ariz.); Dome (Ariz.); Arizona—Photography
    • This postcard shows a group traveling (presumably to Yuma) in a horse drawn wagon. It appears to be a real photo postcard, possibly made from a photograph taken on a Kodak camera, as mentioned in the message. The postcard was sent to Mrs. L.L...
    • Tenth St., Douglas, Ariz.

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    • Douglas (Ariz.); United States. Army—Infantry Regiment, 11th; Mexico—History—Revolution, 1910-1920
    • This card is postmarked Douglas, Arizona, July 1915 and is addressed to: Cpl Taylor Bowen. Company "H" 21st Infantry, Vancouver Barracks, Washington. Message reads "Douglas, Arizona, 11th Infantry. July 28/15. Dear Bowen. Arrived here about a week...
    • Big Arizona

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    • Arizona—History—Caricatures and cartoons
    • This postcard was sent to Miss Agnes Heart of Springfield, Missouri and is postmarked Springfield, Missouri, June 1911. Caption on card says "Tucson, Ariz 06." The image is a cartoon of a big Arizona cowboy with knife and guns hovering over a...
    • Troops marching into Douglas, Ariz.

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    • Mexico—History—Revolution, 1910-1920; Douglas (Ariz.)
    • The image on this postcard shows troops marching into Douglas, Arizona with the Phelps Dodge Mercantile building behind them. Card is postmarked February 1915 and addressed to Jack J. Ehrenrich of the 27th Infantry in Texas City, Texas. Message...
    • Bronco buster

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    • Ranch life—Arizona; Cowboys
    • Card is addressed to Miss Vinola Marquis, Ocean Park, California and is postmarked June 1908 from Kelvin, Arizona. Message reads "June 6, 1908. Do you remember this gent? Quite a bronco buster you ought to see him. Received your card. How I...
    • I'm stuck on the country here

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    • Yuma (Ariz.); Climate—Arizona
    • Postcard shows cartoon of man sitting on a cactus. The message on the front of this card reads "Yuma. 120° in the shade. P.S. Where's the shade." Postcard is addressed to G.W. Switzer of Los Angeles, California and is postmarked Yuma, 1907. ...
    • A water wagon, Bisbee, Arizona

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    • Bisbee (Ariz.); Donkeys
    • This postcard was sent to Miss Mary Fischer of Toledo, Ohio and postmarked October 1906.The image on this card shows a common method of transporting water to the camps and mines near Bisbee, Arizona -- by donkey.
    • Indian pueblo. Zuni, Arizona

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    • Zuni architecture; Indians of North America—Dwellings
    • This card is postmarked Mexico, April 1908 and was sent to Mrs. J.E. Russell of Los Angeles, California. The image is identified as Arizona, but the Zuni Pueblo is located in what is now New Mexico. Message reads: "Your postal is fine. Write....
    • Barracks, Fort Huachuca

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    • Fort Huachuca (Ariz.)
    • This card was sent to Mr. Frank Horner of Shelby, Ohio and is postmarked Fort Huachuca, Arizona, October, 1911. Message reads "This is just 3 sets of quarters, John Coulter."
    • Moqui Indian prisoners under military guard, Fort Huachuca, Arizona

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    • Fort Huachuca (Ariz.); Indian prisoners—Arizona
    • The message on the front of this postcard reads: "Wouldn't let their kids go to school." It was sent to Stanley G. Morris in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and postmarked Fort Huachuca, Arizona, March 1907. The term "Moqui" may refer to the Hopi tribe.
    • Fort Huachuca

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    • Fort Huachuca (Ariz.); Mexico—History—Revolution, 1910-1920
    • Card is postmarked Fort Huachuca, August 1916 and is addressed to Mr. Thos. Hedges, Hartford, Connecticut. Message reads "8/25/16. This gives you an idea of the country out here. The trail you see is the one that we came in on. Son."
    • U.S. Mail carrier (Indian reservation)

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    • Native Americans; Postal service—History; Letter carriers—Arizona
    • This card, postmarked March 1908, from Benson, Arizona was addressed to a Miss Green in Tenafly, New Jersey. The author scolds a sweetheart for not writing. Message reads: "I'm not waiting at the church, but I am waiting for one or two words or...
    • Postcard to Turkey, Arizona

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    • Elections
    • This card was sent from Kansas City to Mr. Tawney of Turkey, Arizona, and is postmarked Turkey, Arizona, November 1908. The message reads "Friday morning, haven’t had time to write a letter, so will send this to let you know I am still on earth...
    • Fort Apache, Arizona

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    • Fort Apache (Ariz.); Indians of North America—Agriculture—Arizona
    • Postcard shows people (possibly Native American) working around a haystack, presumably in the area around Fort Apache Arizona. The card was written to Miss Laura M. Hasson of Philadelphia and is postmarked August 1907. The message reads "Dear L....

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