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Cornell Desert associations - the palo verde 1935
Colton What do potsherds tell us? (wares, types and rules of priority) 1935
Colton Hopi coal mines 1936
Colton Hopi coal mines 1936
Colton Hopi coal mines 1936
Coburn A dude buys a hat 1936
Condron What Sabino Canyon means to Tucson 1936
Colton Some notes on the original condition of the Little Colorado River: a side light on the problems of erosion 1937
Colton Some notes on the original condition of the Little Colorado River: a side light on the problems of erosion 1937
Colton The eruption of sunset crater as an eye witness might have observed it 1937
Connolly Petroglyphs in the Southwest 1938
Colton The arts and crafts of the Hopi Indians; their historic background, processes and methods of manufacture and the work of the museum for the maintenance of Hopi art 1938
Colton The economic geography of the Winona phase 1938
Colton The exploration of limestone solution cracks 1938
Colton The museum is ten years old 1938
Coburn Wild Bill Bones on "Christmas" 1938
Colton Hopi silversmithing - its background and future 1939
Cody Kachina dolls 1939
Colton Primitive pottery firing methods 1939
Colton Three turkey house 1939
Collins Cooling the desert air 1939
Corbett Navajo house types 1940
Colton Tracing the lost mines of the padres 1940
Colton A note on the Marcos de Niza inscription near Phoenix, Arizona 1940
Colton A note on the Marcos de Niza inscription near Phoenix, Arizona 1940
Connolly Two pottery types from east-central Arizona as revised and a new description 1940
Connolly Two pottery types from east-central Arizona; a revised and a new description 1940
Colton Hopi number system 1941
Colton How Flagstaff was named 1942
Coyle Nature's A B C's on the Yuma Mesa 1942
Coyle Nature's A B C's on the Yuma Mesa 1942
Connell The Confederate Territory of Arizona, as compiled from official sources 1942
Colton Life history and economic possibilities of the America lac insect, Tachardiella larrea 1943
Colton An appreciation of the art of Nampeyo and her influence on Hopi pottery 1943
Colton An appreciation of the art of Nampeyo and her influence on Hopi pottery 1943
Colton What can we do about lac? 1943
Colton What the archaeologist can learn from the biologist 1944
Colton What the archaeologists can learn from the biologist 1944
Coolidge Jane Fourr, a pioneer mother, 1854-1942 1945
Coolidge Jane Fourr, a poineer mother, 1854-1942 1945
Cook Post-Arcadia 1945
Cook Post-Arcadia 1945
Colton Sunset Crater 1945
Colton The Museum of Northern Arizona and the post-war period 1945
Colton The Patayha problem in the Colorado River valley 1945
Colton An unusual accident to a broad-tailed hummingbird 1945
Colton A revision of the date of the eruption of Sunset Crater 1945
Colton A revision of the date of the eruption of Sunet Crater 1945
Colton Fools names like fools faces 1946
Colton Hopi dieties 1947
Colton What is a kachina? 1947
Colton Pinyon resin varnish - a possible industry for the plateau areas of Arizona and New Mexico 1948
Colton Kachina dolls 1950
Coze Southwestern Indian hair-dos 1950
Colton The activities of the Museum of Northern Arizona and associated laboratories and some of its more urgent needs 1950