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Next Sunday is a milestone for Phoenix churchgoers 1958
Newspapers and early day editors Smalley 1938
Newspaper accounts tell of early-day Indian troubles Willson 1964
News of the rodeo Mullins 1960
News of the ranches of resorts 1951
News of the 1952 Baile de las Flores 1952
Newell Earl Clark, 1890- Schaus 1967
Newcomers to the Valley scene 1977
Newcomer baiting Swaart 1964
New, nuclear mining miracle, Project Sloop Peplow 1968
New York's losing their grip while Tucsonans are gaining theirs. Dobras 1975
New York mine 1959
New York foundlings at Clifton-Morenci: social justice in Arizona Territory, 1904-1905 Mulligan 1964
New York City and the urban finacial orisis: implications for Phoenix? Amacher 1976
New Year's Salad Bowl in crucial gridiron test Smith 1954
New Year's football game 1900
New Y.W.C.A. building for city Vanderpool 1930
New written language for Navajo 1940
New world living spells freedom to Latvian couple 1955
New world living spells freedom to Latvian couple 1955
New water conservation research laboratory for the arid Southwest Myers 1960
New Wagerisms honor an outstanding Arizonan Willson 1960
New Wagerisms honor an outstanding Arizonan Willson 1960
New Wagerisms honor an outstanding Arizonan Willson 1960
New Wagerisms honor an outstanding Arizonan Willson 1960
New visions and loose ends Cook 1977
New uses for nature's cast-offs Clark 1977
New twist to the old shell games; socially prominent Laura Stearns found a new art form in sea shells 1951
New twist to the old shell game 1951
New trash acquired by Mesa sanitation department Petie 1967
New trails in the desert Quick 1953
New town of Gilbert Scott 1914
New to the Valley 1974
New times at the New Times Kreutz 1975
New times at the New Times Kreutz 1975
New Times 20th anniversary, 1990 1990
New Times 20th anniversary, 1990 1990
New Tax lawas for Arizona Hazelett 1965
New style bankj for Mrs. America; the East Broadway branch of the Valley National Bank is made distinctive by its unusual d 1951
New students report to the wilderness Weisman 1975
New Start, a university program for the generation that missed Head Start Marshall 1972
New Start, a university program for the generation that missed Head Start Marshall 1972
New spineless cactus found 1908
New savings in sight Mahoney 1958
New road to Kinoland Carter 1961
New road to Kinoland Carter 1961
New road means much to Northern Arizona 1920
New road construction on the Navajo Reservation 1959
New River is site of old Arizoniana 1955
New records of northern Arizona birds Carothers 1967
New records of northern Arizona birds Haldeman 1967
New records of Arizona wood-rotting fungi Gilbertson 1970
New records of Arizona wood-rotting fungi Budington 1970
New populations of Rana Tarahumarae Hale 1976
New plants for Arizona from Grand Canyon National Park and Marble Canyon McDougall 1966