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Mag Tuc The cowboy's sweetheart, "Ma Hopkins" editor of hoofs and horns 1948
Mag Tuc The shoe fits Webb 1948
Mag Tuc The Sportsman painter 1948
Mag Tuc The story of Mount Lemmon 1948
Mag Tuc The University's legal tender 1948
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 call them quarter horses Parker 1948
Mag Tuc Tucson arts and crafts 1948
Mag Tuc Tucson authoress 1948
Mag Tuc Tucson's school system Davis 1948
Mag Tuc Word wrangler of the old west Porter 1948
Mag Tuc A charming way of life; the informal way of the Lodge on the Desert 1949
Mag Tuc A charming way of life; the informal way of the Lodge on the Desert... 1949
Mag Tuc A man who knows his tomatoes 1949
Mag Tuc A modern home in Tucson; the home of Harold Rapport designed by William and Sylvia Wilde 1949
Mag Tuc Back to campus; facts and predictions on the 1949-50 season at the University of Arizona 1949
Mag Tuc Border shopping with a Spanish accent 1949
Mag Tuc Captain of the chamber 1949
Mag Tuc Captain of the varsity 1949
Mag Tuc Cellini of the Southwest 1949
Mag Tuc Cellini of the Southwest; the story of Frank Patania and his high-flying Thunderbird 1949
Mag Tuc Christmas at home in southern Arizona 1949
Mag Tuc Chuck Abbott the cowboy photographer 1949
Mag Tuc Directory of Tucson's private schools 1949
Mag Tuc Dr. Robert L. Nugent, Vice President of the University of Arizona 1949
Mag Tuc El Dorado on the desert; Tucson's famed Rancho del Rio pleases all the "dudes." 1949
Mag Tuc From "rackets" to real estate 1949
Mag Tuc Golden heritage Posner 1949
Mag Tuc Growing dates and citrus on the desert 1949
Mag Tuc Growing dates and citrus on the desert 1949
Mag Tuc He knows his Indians 1949
Mag Tuc He knows his Indians; the story of clay locket who specializes in buying and selling the arts and crafts of American Indians. 1949
Mag Tuc High, wide and handsome 1949
Mag Tuc High, wide and handsome, Rancho Grande Hotel ... 1949
Mag Tuc Hi-ho Sisson; Win and Lois Sisson run the Picture Rock Ranch 1949
Mag Tuc Horses, horses, horses - the life and love of J. Rukin Jelks 1949
Mag Tuc It's not sea shells she sells In Chicago; Lolita Linn pilots "Arizona in Chicago" to sell the desert 1949
Mag Tuc James C. Grant, a retired realtor gives up his lease on loafing, finds retirement too strenuous 1949
Mag Tuc La Fiesta de los Vaqueros; interesting facts about Tucson's great annual rodeo... Porter 1949
Mag Tuc Land of the Papago Murbarger 1949
Mag Tuc Leading citizen Monte Mansfield 1949
Mag Tuc Let's rodeo, cowboy! Porter 1949
Mag Tuc Life on the open range 1949
Mag Tuc Man from Missouri 1949
Mag Tuc Man with a civic message 1949
Mag Tuc Master of make-believe; the University of Arizona Drama Department and Peter Marroney its director 1949
Mag Tuc Master of make-believe; the University of Arizona Drama Department and Peter Marroney its director 1949
Mag Tuc Meet two live wires in the radio business 1949
Mag Tuc Meet two live wires in the radio business. 1949
Mag Tuc Native son, Andy Martin in the Tucson institution 1949
Mag Tuc Native son, Andy Martin is a Tucson institution 1949
Mag Tuc Pioneer Arizonan, Wirt Bowman, a real American whose life story sounds like the pages of Horatio Alger 1949