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Through Apache land; riding on rubber tires over Geronimo's trail Woehlke 1916
The Cactus Queen 1917
The cover page 1917
The governors; a tragedy of the hour Rockwood 1917
The governorship beckons 1917
The lure of gold; a tragedy of Dragoon station Durand 1917
The richest mine in the world; United Verde Extension, the magic mine of the Jerome district 1917
The Sierra Ancha James 1917
The Arizona dream mine Spear 1918
The crowning product of a royal valley McClintock 1918
The friendly Pima of southern Arizona plains McClintock 1918
The story of the Clifton-Morenci district 1918
The Apache in the Southwest Blount 1919
The Apaches' last trek; migration of the tribesmen from Fort Apache in Florida Strover 1919
The Apaches' last trek; migration of the tribesmen from Fort Apache to Florida Strover 1919
The big state of Arizona 1919
The great diamond swindle occuring here nearly 50 years ago Farish 1919
The history of irrigation along the Gila River Southworth 1919
The history of irrigation along the Gila River Southworth 1919
The house of Donofrio 1919
The house of Donofrio 1919
The house of Donofrio; story of the beginnings of business success of Phoenix family of commercial instincts and the characteristic virtues that insure achievement 1919
The outing season 1919
The outing season 1919
The paymaster's holdup Strover 1919
The roundup Smith 1919
The first families of Arizona McClintock 1920
The League of the Southwest Campbell 1920
The League of the Southwest. Campbell 1920
the Automobile Club of Arizona 1921
The case of the Hopi; is th Indian Bureau forcing a new culture and religion on them against their will Schults 1921
The great proposed irrigation project of the Colorado River Colvina 1921
The Mammoth mine at Youngsberg in the Superstition mining district, Pinal County, Arizona Tiller 1921
The Mammoth mine at Youngsberg in the Superstition mining district, Pinal County, Arizona Tiller 1921
The Arizona plan for the national development of the Colorado River Maxwell 1922
The busy little bee Kennison 1922
The College of Agriculture at work Working 1922
The Paradox of the desert; how the wild plants of the arid Southwest supply man with food, drink and materials for clothing and shelter Saunders 1922
The paradox of the desert; how the wild plants of the arid Southwest supply man with food, drink, and materials for clothing and shelter Saunders 1922
The spirit of the dead ( a Navajo ceremony) Rollins 1922
The wizardy of Tumanoc Working 1922
The burning question of the Colorado River 1923
The burning question of the Colorado River 1923
The Colorado River pact Underwood 1923
The dance of Hasjelti; being an account of the yebitchai held at Thoreau N. M., November 9th to 18th Kluckholm 1923
The end of the water trail Freeman 1923
The need of flood control on the Colorado River Winsor 1923
The need of flood control on the Colorado River Winsor 1923
The negotiation of the Gadsden treaty Rippy 1923
The S. O. S. of the Pimas; they must have water for their crops to avoid starvation and beggary Attwood 1923
The Sierra Anchas, Gila County's summer camping ground Taylor 1923
The snake dance and its origin Corey 1923
The University of Arizona Marvin 1923
The wonderland of Arizona McGaffey 1923
The Arizona highway department; speech of Governor George W. P. Hunt 1924