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Mag Tuc The pink adobe 1950
Mag Tuc The ranch that Howard Miller built; a story of the famous Wild Horse Ranch ... 1949
Mag Tuc The ranchers' supply man 1949
Mag Tuc The Sportsman painter 1948
Mag Tuc The story of Arizona's rarely seen coral snake 1951
Mag Tuc The story of Mount Lemmon 1948
Mag Tuc The story of Old Tucson 1951
Mag Tuc The story of the Desert Garden Club 1950
Mag Tuc The story of the Desert Garden Club 1950
Mag Tuc The story of the Kachina dolls 1950
Mag Tuc The story of the scorpion 1951
Mag Tuc The story of Tucson's annual Baile de las Flores 1950
Mag Tuc The story of Tucson's Carnegie Free Library 1951
Mag Tuc The Tucson Kennel Club's 20th annual all breed dog show 1950
Mag Tuc The Tucson Symphony Orchestra; the impending fate of Tucson's cultural musical organization hangs in the balance 1950
Mag Tuc The University of Arizona leads the West in producing Rhodes Scholars 1949
Mag Tuc The University's legal tender 1948
Mag Tuc The West's most Western painter 1951
Mag Tuc The woman's world 1948
Mag Tuc The woman's world 1948
Mag Tuc The woman's world 1948
Mag Tuc The women's world 1948
Mag Tuc They had it for a girst. Mr. and Mrs. Berthold Hemme preside over one of Tucson's most unusual shops. 1951
Mag Tuc They were city folks once, too! The Carl Krahs came out West as dudes to remain and become real Westerners 1949
Mag Tuc This Indian is a genius 1950
Mag Tuc This Indian is a genius; Harrison Begay...is considered on of America's most brilliant Indian artists 1950
Mag Tuc This lady loves horses, horses, horses 1950
Mag Tuc Thomas B. Freeman, Chicago's loss is Tucson's gain 1951
Mag Tuc Tombstone's famous rose tree 1951
Mag Tuc Tombstone's famous rose tree 1951
Mag Tuc Top hand artist of the great southwest 1950
Mag Tuc Townsfolk 1952
Mag Tuc Townsfolk 1952
Mag Tuc Townsfolk 1952
Mag Tuc Trail of surprises 1952
Mag Tuc Trail to Tucson, a 26-minute saga for tourists 1953
Mag Tuc Tucson - city of contrasts 1950
Mag Tuc Tucson artists: Jown Powell Scott, Frances O'Brien, Ray Strang and Stanley Fabe are representative of the sixty artists who make Tucson their home 1953
Mag Tuc Tucson arts and crafts 1948
Mag Tuc Tucson authoress 1948
Mag Tuc Tucson home of two happy people 1949
Mag Tuc Tucson interior decorators create lovely 1949
Mag Tuc Tucson Little Theatre appoints a new directress 1950
Mag Tuc Tucson Little Theatre appoints a new directress; an interview with Marguerite Morrow McClain 1950
Mag Tuc Tucson needs a civic arts center 1951
Mag Tuc Tucson portrait painter 1951
Mag Tuc Tucson rodeo, 1951 1951
Mag Tuc Tucson takes to the mountains 1952
Mag Tuc Tucson, city of churches 1951
Mag Tuc Tucson's annual $10,000 open honors Leo Diegel 1951
Mag Tuc Tucson's family Knauff create desert dioramas 1950
Mag Tuc Tucson's first all registered palomino show 1953
Mag Tuc Tucson's grand patron of sports 1949
Mag Tuc Tucson's leading landscape experts give their own views 1949
Mag Tuc Tucson's leading landscape experts give their own views 1949