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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....
    • City Hall, Phoenix, Ariz.

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    • Phoenix (Ariz.); City halls
    • This postcard of the old Phoenix City Hall was sent to Miss Jennie Barr, Esparto, California and is postmarked Buckeye, Arizona, November 1907. Message reads: "John is at home but haven't seen him yet. Ava C."
    • The "Board" of education. Concho, Ariz. June 27, 1908

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    • Concho (Ariz.); Teachers—Caricatures and cartoons
    • Image shows schoolmaster beating a student with a piece of wood. Front of card is marked "Concho, Ariz., June 27, 1908." Back of card is postmarked Concho, Arizona, June 1908 and both front and back of card have a copyright notice of 1908. The...
    • Flagstaff, Ariz. Lowell Observatory

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    • Flagstaff (Ariz.); Agriculture-Arizona
    • View of Flagstaff and the Lowell Observatory. Card is postmarked Cornville, Arizona, October 1911 to Mrs. E.H. Doty, Arlington, Maricopa, County, Arizona. Message reads "Cornville, Arizona Oct. 30, 1911. Dear Friends - was just thinking of...
    • The round up

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    • Ranch life—Arizona
    • Card is postmarked Navajo, Arizona 1916 and addressed to Miss Anna Morran, Ferguson, Kentucky. Message reads: "Navajo, Ariz. 11.17.1916. This will give you and idea of how we handle cattle in the range. We ride in the morning gather the cattle...
    • Ancient ruins on the Santa Cruz River

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    • Ruined buildings—Arizona; Tucson (Ariz.)
    • This postcard was sent to Mrs. J. Francis Smith of Chicago, Illinois and is postmarked Tucson, Arizona. The misinformed sender of this postcard wrote: "This is supposed to be 600 years old." In fact, the Mission San Agustin complex was built along...
    • I'm a water wagon from Bisbee, Ariz.

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    • Bisbee (Ariz.); Donkeys
    • This postcard was sent to Miss E. Hennon in Blackburn, England and is postmarked Bisbee, Arizona, November 1905. The images are of burros loaded up with water bags and wood. Message reads: "With love, W.J.B."
    • Main St. Bisbee, after flood Aug. 25th '08

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    • Bisbee (Ariz.); Floods—Arizona
    • Card is postmarked from Bisbee May 1910 to Mr. J. Lee Vincent, Sherman, A.T. Message reads "Dear Lee, Thanks for the papers you thought to send. I certainly enjoyed looking them over. We are getting some warm days now - our friend Merrill has...
    • Lagoon Indian School, Phoenix, Arizona

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    • Phoenix (Ariz.); Phoenix Indian School
    • This card is postmarked Thatcher, Arizona, February 1912 and addressed to Mr. & Mrs. Jessie Matthews Jr. of Earlville, Iowa. Message reads "Thatcher, Arizona. Dear Bro. & Sister, Congratulations. You have found Roosevelt's brigade. May the good...
    • Owl Club, Tucson, Ariz.

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    • Tucson (Ariz.); Clubhouses
    • This card is postmarked February 1912 from Tucson and is addressed to Mrs. J.M. Bacon of San Antonio, Texas sent in care of Mrs. J.N. Keeran. Message reads "Mrs. Bacon, Dear Friend, I wrote you a letter a few days ago. I did not remember the...
    • Rifle team, University of Arizona

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    • University of Arizona; Tucson (Ariz.)
    • This card is postmarked Tucson, August 1912 and is addressed to Mrs. Ella M. Ruthrauff of Chicago, Ill. Message reads "The box arrived all o.k. this morning and everything is just the fit. The little dress is beautiful and everything else is just...
    • Lineup of miners drawing monthy wages, Bisbee, Ariz.

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    • Bisbee (Ariz.); Miners
    • Card is postmarked Don Luis, Arizona, August 1913 and is addressed to Miss E. Stone of Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Message reads "Bisbee 8-22-13. Dear Friend, Your card was received a day or two ago & I was pleased to hear from you. This is a photo...
    • I'm no kicker

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    • Mexico—History—Revolution, 1910-1920.
    • This card is addressed to Mrs. G.G. Spivey, Arouras, California and is postmarked Hereford, Arizona, February 1913. Message reads "Saturday. Dearest Wife, I will try and send you a card as I am on the border of Mexico and just ready to fight for...
    • Palm Drive, University of Arizona. Tucson

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    • University of Arizona
    • Card is postmarked Canille Arizona, November 1914 and addressed to Mrs. R.T. Richards of Saltsburg, Pennsylvania. Message reads "11/15/14, Dear Grandma, We are 'batching' at a ranch house here near Canille, Ariz. That is our post office. We were...
    • In Arizona "Those Dear Old Days"

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    • Outdoor recreation—Arizona; Donkeys
    • Thie postcard shows a group riding donkeys or mules. It is postmarked Morenci, Arizona, September 1903, and is addressed to Mr. Geo. S. Dickey, Mid Stemucke, [Middle Stewiacke?] Nova Scotia, Canada. Message reads "Sept 21, 08. Rec'd your letter...
    • Bisbee miners

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    • Bisbee (Ariz.); Miners
    • This image shows three men climbing a ladder in a mineshaft. The postcard was sent from Bisbee, Arizona to Mrs. J.P. Hilyard of Superior, Nebraska, postmarked June 1907. Message reads: "This is under ground. Rec'd your card today. I will send you...
    • Congress Street, Tucson, Ariz.

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    • Tucson (Ariz.); Cities and towns—Growth
    • View of Congress Street Tucson, shows businesses including J. Ivancovich and El Principe de Gales Cigars. Caption on the front of the card indicates that it was either published or photographed by R. Rasmessen. The postcard is postmarked Tucson,...
    • Bisbee flood

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    • Bisbee (Ariz.); Fires—Arizona
    • In 1908 Bisbee experienced two disasters in quick succession. In August, excessive rainwater running down the mountains caused a flood which damaged homes and local businesses, and in October 1908, a fire destroyed much of the town's commercial...
    • Ford Hotel, Phoenix, Ariz

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    • Hotels—Arizona
    • This card is postmarked October 1911 and was sent to Miss Laura T. Kent of Maxton, Arizona via Prescott. Message reads "Box 1168. 10/24/11. Dear friend, arrived home friday, safe and sane and conservative after an uneventful trip. Only broke one...
    • Arizona "Wildcats" 1916 - eat the "Aggies" Friday Nov. 17th

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    • University of Arizona Wildcats football team of 1916 on a postcard advertising the upcoming game with the New Mexico Aggies. The postcard is postmarked November 1916 and addressed to Oney Anderson of Tucson, Arizona. Pre-printed message reads:...
    • East Main Street. Benson, Arizona

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    • Benson (Ariz.)
    • View of East Main Street, Benson, showing businesses including Cosby General Merchandise, Meat Market and Benson Merchantile Co. Caption on the front of the card indicates published by S. Friedman. The postcard is postmarked Benson, August 1911 and...
    • Main Street, Bisbee, Arizona

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    • Bisbee (Ariz.); Post offices--Arizona; Libraries--Arizona
    • View of Main Street, Bisbee, showing the Bank of Bisbee, the Post Office (building left-center) and town library (above post office). The postcard is postmarked Bisbee, March 1909 and addressed to Mrs. J.P. Hilyard, Superior, Nebraska. Message...
    • Hayden, Arizona

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    • Hayden (Ariz.); Mines and mineral resourcs--Arizona--History
    • View of Hayden showing housing and businesses including The John MacIntyre Co. General Merchandise. Established to process ore from nearby mines, Hayden was named for Charles Hayden of Hayden, Stone and Company. Caption on the reverse of the card...
    • Giant cactus in Arizona

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    • Outdoor recreation--Arizona; Tourism--Arizona; Saguaro--Arizona; Desert plants--Arizona
    • View of Saguaro cactus surrounded by people in period clothing to illustrate the relative size to the cactus. The Saguaro cactus is native to the Sonoran Desert and can grow to over 70 feet tall. Image caption reads: "Giant Cactus in Arizona."...
    • I'm glad to meet the girls in Glendale, Ariz.

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    • Frontier and pioneer life--Arizona; Ranch life--Arizona
    • Comical postcard customized for the town of Glendale, Arizona. The postcard is postmarked Peoria, November 1912 and addressed to Miss Margaret Sanderson, Whittier, California. Message reads: "Dear Sister, Will answer your card while I am waiting on...
    • Hotel Adams, Center St., Phoenix, Ariz.

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    • Phoenix (Ariz.); Hotels--Arizona
    • View of Center Street, Phoenix, with the Hotel Adams identified with an "X". Also shown are Goodman's Pharmacy, and the Western Union Telegraph and Cable Office. It appears that a man is working on an overhead street lamp in the middle of the...
    • Hotel Adams, Phoenix, Arizona. Absolutely fire proof

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    • Phoenix (Ariz.); Hotels--Arizona; Fires--Arizona
    • In May 1910 Phoenix's Hotel Adams burned to the ground, and was replaced by a five story high structure built of reinforced concrete which was advertised as "fire proof" This postcard is postmarked Phoenix, March 1912 and addressed to Miss Lucie...
    • Hotel Adams fire

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    • Phoenix (Ariz.); Hotels--Arizona; Fires--Arizona
    • In May 1910 Phoenix's Hotel Adams burned to the ground. Within days, postcards depicting the spectacular fire were available for sale. The publisher of this postcard is noted on the back as "Nickel Stores, Co., Phoenix. This postcard has a flag...
    • Main Street. Lowell, Arizona

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    • Bisbee (Ariz.); Cities and towns--growth
    • View along Main Street in Lowell, Arizona showing businesses including the Lowell Drug Co., the Marx Bros store and a hotel. Lowell is now part of Bisbee. The postcard is postmarked Warren, August 1908 and is addressed to Ben Beach, Coal Creek,...

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