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From Phoenix to Honolulu via the good Nam Sang Brophy 1959
From the desert to king Neptune's undersea kingdom Mahoney 1959
Frank Alexander Owenby, 1854-1937 Schaus 1960
From Congress to Kingman in two hours - or two days Lesure 1960
Frontier Days DeWald 1960
Frank Julian Cox Griffin 1961
Freedom Is His Flight Plan titles Goldwater biography 1961
Freedom Is His Flight Plan titles Goldwater biography 1961
From ivory tower to town mayor 1961
From ivory tower to town mayor 1961
Frontier literature, or, a fast draw on Navajo Nick, Tombstone Tom and Arizona Charlie Alderson 1961
Fried of Ed Tewksbury is forced to kill a man Willson 1962
Friend of Ed Tewksbury is forced to kill a man Willson 1962
Frightening day at Gila Bend 1962
From all over the world - millions of visitors Johnson 1962
From kindergarten through college Arizona offers the best Eaton 1962
From the Arizona soil a bountiful harvest Halvorson 1962
Frank Andrew Gyberg, 1888- Schaus 1963
Fray Silvestre and the obstinate Hopi Adams 1963
Fray Silvestre and the obstinate Hopi Adams 1963
Friends who come in to help Clark 1963
Friendship with Indians soon turned to enmity Willson 1963
Frustrated ghosts combat education 1963
Frank Luke was a loner from Phoenix who loved to fight his own way Bamford 1964
Frank X. Marino, M.D. Burnes 1964
Freighting on the Colorado River: reminiscences of Virgil Fay Baldwin Ekker 1964
From hero to zero Clark 1964
Frank Bennett Moson, 1878-1959 Schaus 1965
From cowboys to sophisticates Johnson 1965
From millionaire to pauper: in one sentence Olmsted 1965
From the Mississippi to the Pacific: an Englishman in the Mormon Battalion Gracy 1965
From the Mississippi to the Pacific: an Englishman in the Mormon Battalion Rugeley 1965
From the Red Cloud, red crystals of wulfenite Blair 1965
From Arizona to Vietnam with care Hollister 1966
From Arizona to Vietnam with care Hollister 1966
From behind the scenes Amos 1966
From ivy halls to business walls Amos 1966
From ivy halls to business walls Amos 1966
From Mother Earth's purse 1966
Frontier angel Bentz 1966
Frontier defense Warner 1966
Francisco Cuesta Soto, 1876-1946 Shaus 1967
Frank C. Lockwood, historian of the Southwest Harte 1967
Frank C. Lockwood, historian of the Southwest Harte 1967
Fresh air and Senate Bill one Smith 1967
Freshly retires colonel says Sovola 1967
From millionaires and oriental potentates to the cactus crowd Amos 1967
From the new Miss Arizona no put-on 1967
Fr. Gavin's Poverty War College, a Phoenix first Peplow 1968
Frank Luke's first write-up 1968
Frederick Theodore Fahlen, Sr., M. D. Green 1968
Freighters live dangerously Willson 1968
Freighters live dangerously Willson 1968
From the Halls of you-know-where to the music halls Rush 1968
Fragmental Diapir, Piedmontite Hills, Tucson Mountain Park, Arizona Mayo 1969