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    • Learning Packet: Making Connections

    • Sonoran Heritage and Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library)
    • Family -- Handbooks, manuals, etc; Family -- Arizona -- Handbooks, manuals, etc; Genealogy; Arizona -- Genealogy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • "Making Connections: A Family History Workbook" is a packet designed to be used by families to trace their roots and become familiar with their family history, their genealogy, and the traditions that define their lives. This learning packet...
    • Cowboys' Camp

    • Unknown
    • Cattle
    • "Cowboys' Camp - Mess Wagon in Background on a Cattle Ranch U. S. A."
    • Horse and Wagon

    • Unknown
    • Carriages and carts -- United States. Horses.
    • "Crossing the Plains" - Wagon
    • Horse and wagon

    • Unknown
    • Carriages and carts -- United States. Horses.
    • "In 1859, more than 100,000 people headed for the hills with Pikes Peak or Bust painted on their wagons"
    • Martha Summerhayes:  Frontier Army Bride

    • Trimble, Marshall
    • Arizona--History; Trimble, Marshall
    • "Martha Summerhayes: Frontier Army Bride," North Valley Magazine. "The Temperature was 122 degrees in the shade, the drinking water was 86 degrees, and the butter poured like oil. The spoiled food caused the refrigerator to stink...
    • Wool Wagon

    • Unknown
    • Carriages and carts -- United States. Horses.
    • "Wool wagons of the Western hills. Wool is often hauled 100 or more miles. High value per lb"
    • Learning Packet: Food

    • Sonoran Heritage and Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library)
    • Food; Cooking -- Arizona; Cooking -- Sonoran Desert.
    • "Food" is a learning packet that explores the ways in which food impacts our lives through the work, celebrations and traditions that are formed from the production, preparation and consumption of meals. It also explores the unique plants and...
    • Out West: Essays

    • Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library) and Arizona Historical Society
    • West (U.S.) – In literature; American literature – West (U.S.); Western stories; West (U.S.) – Literary Collections; Arizona – Description and travel
    • A booklet containing a scholarly essay entitled “Out West,” by Paul Carter, that examines the origins of the mythology of the west, viewed through the lens of the region’s distinctive biophysical environment, and rooted in the brief period in...
    • Family Riding in the Babbitt-Polson Company Wagon

    • Unknown
    • People and Places (Williams, Ariz.)
    • A family riding in the Babbitt-Polson Company wagon. The Babbitts and Polsons were local entrepreneurs who maintained stores and manufactured goods in both Williams and Flagstaff, Arizona. The Babbitt Family were also ranchers and continue to be...
    • Woodworking Skills

    • Linderman, Daniel B.
    • Arizona; Maricopa Indians; American Indian education; Maricopa Indians--History; Native American culture; boys; children
    • A group of boys at the Maricopa Day School show off their woodworking skills with a small toy wagon. Original nitrate negative replaced with direct duplicate of negative.
    • Parada del Sol Parade 1995.

    • Unknown
    • Scottsdale (Ariz.) - History; Jaycees - History; Parada del Sol Parade;
    • A horse-drawn wagon representing Goldfield rides down Scottsdale Road in the 1995 Parada del Sol parade.
    • Conestoga wagon

    • Unknown
    • Distribution and Transportation;Land Transportation, Animal Powered;Wagon, Conestoga
    • A large, heavy wide wheeled covered wagon used to haul freight cross country
    • Letter from Citizens of Flagstaff to A.E. Douglass, April 17, 1894

    • Citizens of Flagstaff, Arizona
    • Correspondence; Douglass, A.E.; Lowell Observatory
    • A letter from the citizens of Flagstaff to A.E. Douglass offering cooperation, land for the establishment of an observatory, and a wagon road to the mesa. Includes signatures from several prominent citizens, including the Babbitt brothers and...
    • Dragon Wagon

    • Grow, CWO2 Charles (USMC)
    • United States. Marine Corps--Art collections. United States. Marine Corps. Combat Art Program. Persian Gulf War, 1991. Sikorsky H-53 (Military transport helicopter).
    • A LVS (Logistics Vehicle System), a.k.a. dragon wagon, tows a bulldozer across rough terrain during Operation Desert Storm. Two CH-53 Sea Stallion helicopters can also be seen carrying supplies.
    • Oral History with Father Peter Dobrowski, May 11, 2011

    • Dobrowski, Father Peter
    • Bullhead City (Ariz.); Catholic Church--Arizona; Catholic Church--Arizona--Clergy--Biography
    • Father Peter Dobrowski is the pastor of Saint Margaret Mary Catholic Church, in Bullhead City, Arizona. In this interview, he talks about his personal history, the history of the church and parish, and his experiences ministering in Mohave County.
    • Oral History with Francisco Escobar Sr., April 26, 2011

    • Escobar, Francisco Sr.
    • Douglas (Ariz.); Sierra Vista (Ariz.); Fort Huachuca (Ariz.); Korean War, 1950-1953--Aerial operations, American; Computer technicians--United States--Biography
    • Francisco A. Escobar Sr. was born in 1931 and raised in Douglas, Arizona. His parents were originally from Sonora, Mexico. Mr. Escobar served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War as a radio operator in a B-29 bomber and later an EMC...
    • Oral History with Dirk Frauenfelder, Betty Jo Penny, and Caroline Jessen, May 23, 2011

    • Frauenfelder, Dick; Penny, Betty Jo; Jessen, Caroline
    • Yuma County (Ariz.); Gadsden (Ariz.); San Luis (Ariz.); Homesteading; Farming; Agricultural laborers--Arizona
    • The Frauenfelder and Lott families settled in Gadsden and southern Yuma County in the early 1900s. The Frauenfelder came in 1920 and the Lotts in 1912. They describe growing up along the border with Mexico, and how they worked in the fields and...
    • Oral History with Jack Gable, July 21, 2011

    • Gable, Jack
    • Arlington (Ariz.); World War, 1939-1945--Aerial operations, American; Cowboys--Arizona--Biography; Water rights--Arizona--Maricopa County; Schools--Maricopa County--History
    • Jack Charles Gable grew up in Arlington, Arizona. He talks about parents, Henry Carter "Jack" and Ethlyn Gable, and grandparents. His father was a cowboy, served as Mayor of Buckeye, and ran a store with his father in Arlington. The family owned...
    • Oral History with Janice Hoeschler, March 18, 2011

    • Hoeschler, Janice
    • Phoenix (Ariz.)--History; Phoenix (Ariz.)--Social life and customs
    • Janice (Hunter) Hoeschler born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. In this interview, she talks about her family, schooling, neighbors, and growing up in Phoenix in the 1940s and 1950s. She met her husband, Terry Hoeschler, while attending the...

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