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Winship Finding the Colorado River 1900
Winship Finding the Colorado river 1900
Wilson Tucson, past and present 1908
Willis Some figures regarding the mills of Arizona 1913
Willis The onyx mines of Greaterville 1913
Willson Dairy sanitation 1913
Willis Movement for a mine rescue station 1914
Willis Opportunities of the College of Mines 1914
Willis Opportunities of the College of Mines 1914
Willis The University of Arizona and the state of Arizona 1914
Williams Days of in Arizona; where the mountain desert meet in Pima County 1914
Willis Arizona copper distracts in 1913 1914
Winsor The scrip controversy; view point of the State Land Commision 1914
Willis Las Guijas placer 1915
Williams The introduction of livestock into Arizona 1915
Willis The new era in mining education 1915
Willis Mining in the Jerome district 1916
Willis Mining resources tributary to Tucson 1916
Williams The history of livestock in Arizona 1916
Willis Tugsten mining in Arizona 1916
Willis Conservation of Arizona's mineral resources 1916
Willis American Institute of Mining Engineers; their recent visit to Arizona 1916
Willis University of Arizona 1916
Willis Investing in mines 1917
Willis Investing in mines 1917
Williams Storage dam and flood water utilization 1917
Willis Custom smelter charges 1917
Willis Arizona strikes; some observations 1917
Willis A state smelter 1917
Williams A range problem; tiding cattle over periods of drought 1917
Willson Story of the Rough Riders 1918
Willard Harnessing the Colorado 1921
Winsor The need of flood control on the Colorado River 1923
Winsor The need of flood control on the Colorado River 1923
Willis Mining activities in Arizona 1924
Wilkinson Keeping the gold spit gold 1926
Winn One deer with horns during the season 1926
Wilson A cavern in the Shattuck mine 1926
Wilke Arizona's annual pageant at the Casa Grande 1927
Wilke Arizona pageant portrays ancient legend 1927
Wilke Coolidge, a city in the making 1928
Williams History of woman suffrage in Arizona and the nation 1929
Winn Coronado National Forest, southern Arizona vacation land 1929
Wilson Ajo, most beautiful camp in Arizona 1929
Winn Federal institutions form an integral part of Tucson 1930
Wilkie Seeing the old and the new at Coolidge 1930
Winn The collard peccary 1930
Wilson Ajo, "Jewel of Pima County" 1930
Williams Modern pioneers 1931
Williamson Al Sieber, famous scout of the Southwest 1931
Williamson Al Sieber, famous scout of the Southwest 1931
Williamson Al Sieber, famous scout of the Southwest 1931
Wilson Seeing Tucson as I have seen it 1932
Wilson From variety theater to coffee shoppe 1935
Wilson From variety theater to coffee shoppe 1935