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There goes old number 944 Johnson 1961
There goes old number 944 Johnson 1961
There goes Sally Goodin' Stocker 1950
There is a horse heaven Willson 1969
There is a lure to lofty places Leonhard 1962
There is no raodside rest Lee 1975
There may be oil...but Slocum 1960
There may be oil...but Slocum 1960
There must be something good about Arizona: why are all those departing moving vans empty? Cook 1971
There ought to be a law 1957
There ought to be a law 1957
There ought to be a law 1957
There ought to be a law Amsden 1929
There was no sugar or cream for this boy at Strawberry , Arizona Hopkins 1974
There was no sugar or cream for this boy at Strawberry, Arizona Hopkins 1974
There were some changes made 1965
There were some changes made 1965
There will always be the small miner Lynch 1971
There will always be the small miner: life in the hills Lynch 1972
There'll be pomp, pagentry and pulchritude in the bigtime, ragtime cowboy rodeo 1957
There's a reason for those barba and snares Laudermilk 1946
There's beauty inside those ancient pebbles Weight 1952
There's bees in them hills Capps 1943
There's gold in them thar diamonds Wilmot 1963
There's gold in them thar hills! Perry 1974
There's hokum in your horoscope Kreutz 1974
There's just more opportunity for me. Moore 1968
There's no buff like a tennis buff Rinehart 1967
There's no weapons dexterity Cook 1971
There's still color in the old placer fields Thoroman 1953
There's still wilderness in the West Fisher 1957
There's still wilderness in the West Fisher 1957
There's the rub Dedera 1989
These are the Navajo Bibo 1954
These are trying times Thomas 1974
These hills were alive with the sound of music Simpson 1975
These little bugs really get around 1961
These roses grow in high places Beal 1942
These scenes of tragedy Mahoney 1959
These scenes of tragedy Mahoney 1959
These scenes of tragedy 1959
These teenagers manage their affairs - doing nicely, thanks Hunt 1958
These Tucsonians; peope who inhabit the town hew to a familiar pattern according to this knowing observer Newsome 1950
These Tucsonians; people who inhabit the town hew to a familiar pattern according to this knowing observer Newsome 1950
These were our best Smith 1955
These whiz kids zip and zoom around the track Harelson 1956
They all love horses Gianelli 1956
They are Carefree at Cave Creek Bonnell 1968
They are not chasing rabbits Barrett 1977
They are you forests, parks and monuments Heald 1951
They are, they hope, up-and-coming 1970
They ask the funniest questions Megargee 1956
They boost the little school Megargee 1956
They bought a ghost town Hunt 1960
They bought a ghost town Hunt 1960