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Mag Tuc Matt Baird and his Brahmans Porter 1948
Mag Tuc Meet a Tucson personality 1948
Mag Tuc Meet the author of Tobacco Road 1948
Mag Tuc Meet two live wires in the radio business 1948
Mag Tuc Meet two live wires in the radio business 1949
Mag Tuc Meet two live wires in the radio business. 1949
Mag Tuc Million dollar salesman 1948
Mag Tuc Motel de lux, Ghost Ranch Lodge 1948
Mag Tuc Mother nature's cactus garden 1951
Mag Tuc Mother nature's cactus garden 1951
Mag Tuc Mundey Johnston, President of Tucson's Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Johnston is also a Vice-president of the Valley National Bank 1951
Mag Tuc Native son, Andy Martin in the Tucson institution 1949
Mag Tuc Native son, Andy Martin is a Tucson institution 1949
Mag Tuc New style bankj for Mrs. America; the East Broadway branch of the Valley National Bank is made distinctive by its unusual d 1951
Mag Tuc New twist to the old shell game 1951
Mag Tuc New twist to the old shell games; socially prominent Laura Stearns found a new art form in sea shells 1951
Mag Tuc News of the 1952 Baile de las Flores 1952
Mag Tuc News of the ranches of resorts 1951
Mag Tuc Now I'm Mrs. Chicken 1953
Mag Tuc One-man cow outfit 1953
Mag Tuc Oracle and the colorful story of the Mountain 1948
Mag Tuc Osychology goes mass-production 1953
Mag Tuc Our curious Christmas customs; a fascinating account of Mexican yuletide in Tucson 1952
Mag Tuc Pageant of the Southwest 1952
Mag Tuc Patsy and her pies 1948
Mag Tuc Picnic prospector Knipe 1953
Mag Tuc Pigskin parade, a review of the 1950 football season at the University of Arizona Winslow 1950
Mag Tuc Pioneer Arizonan, Wirt Bowman, a real American whose life story sounds like the pages of Horatio Alger 1949
Mag Tuc Planning the patio 1948
Mag Tuc Planting in Tucson Hostetter 1953
Mag Tuc Porter's oldest saddle-user 1948
Mag Tuc Powerful potentate of the press 1950
Mag Tuc Precious life saver of the desert, cool, cool water; the history of Tucson's water-supply 1948
Mag Tuc President McCormick looks ahead 1949
Mag Tuc Private schools of southern Arizona 1948
Mag Tuc Psychology goes mass-production 1953
Mag Tuc Quarter horse racing in the Old Pueblo 1950
Mag Tuc Quarter horse speed trials; the world's finest quarter horses vie each year for honors at the Tucson track 1949
Mag Tuc Queen of make-believe 1948
Mag Tuc Queen of make-believe 1948
Mag Tuc Radio listening post 1948
Mag Tuc Radio listening post 1948
Mag Tuc Radio listening post 1948
Mag Tuc Radio listening post 1949
Mag Tuc Rainbow 'round his shoulders 1948
Mag Tuc Raising fine quarter horses 1950
Mag Tuc Rancher's daughter creates Arizona inspired crafts 1951
Mag Tuc Rancher's daughter creates Arizona inspired crafts 1951
Mag Tuc Ray Hanks of Triple H Ranch Inn 1952
Mag Tuc Reminiscences of an Arizona pioneer 1953
Mag Tuc Reminiscences of an Arizona pioneer 1953
Mag Tuc Richard Harvill, who on July first will become President of the University of Arizona 1951
Mag Tuc Ridin' the rodeo circuit; the story of an all 'round champion cowboy - Cliff Whatley 1948
Mag Tuc Ridin' the rodeo circuit; the story of an all-'round champion cowboy, Cliff Whatley 1948
Mag Tuc Riding for fun at col 1948