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Journal Titlesort icon Article Title Author (last name) Year
Prog Ariz They recreate at Beaver Creek Petersen 1929
Prog Ariz To the highest peaks in Arizona Rieseberg 1926
Prog Ariz Tombstone reverts to its former activity Kelly 1929
Prog Ariz Touring Arizona's fascinating "upstairs." Wood 1927
Prog Ariz Trailing artists through Arizona Maxwell 1932
Prog Ariz Trails in the brush Dubois 1926
Prog Ariz Tribal songs and chants Hunt 1931
Prog Ariz Tucson progress Condron 1926
Prog Ariz Tucson, Arizona, the sunshine center of America Gerlach 1928
Prog Ariz Tucson, past, present and fututre. White 1926
Prog Ariz Tucson, the mecca of thousands of tourists annually Compton 1929
Prog Ariz Tucson's annual mid-winter rodeo Marshall 1929
Prog Ariz Tucson's annual mid-winter rodeo Marshall 1929
Prog Ariz Uncovering one of Arizona's wealthiest corners Kelly 1925
Prog Ariz United States government meat inspection in Arizona Samuels 1928
Prog Ariz United States government meat inspection in Arizona Samuels 1928
Prog Ariz Use Arizona products Whitman 1931
Prog Ariz Vacation deluxe McDonough 1927
Prog Ariz Vacationing along "Coronado Trail." Wynkoop 1927
Prog Ariz Vacationing at Circle Z ranch Arnold 1926
Prog Ariz Vacationing on Y-Lightning Stewart 1927
Prog Ariz Visiting the Kaibab deer Erickson 1927
Prog Ariz Visiting the Rainbow Natural Bridge Larson 1927
Prog Ariz Wellton mesa and the Mohawk Valley Davis 1926
Prog Ariz What do you know about Casa Grande ruins? Peterson 1929
Prog Ariz What I've learned about ranches Stewart 1928
Prog Ariz What more could be expected? Davis 1930
Prog Ariz What price beauty Mayhew 1926
Prog Ariz What we learned about lumber Arnold 1925
Prog Ariz When Bisbee was young Burgess 1927
Prog Ariz When mining is not a gamble Carpenter 1926
Prog Ariz Where a man's a man As told by Harold Bell Wright to M. Nixon 1931
Prog Ariz Where ancient and modern meet, Tanque Verde Ranch Davis 1928
Prog Ariz Where ancient and modern meet, Tanque Verde Ranch Davis 1928
Prog Ariz Where healing waters flow Borum 1926
Prog Ariz Where Indians are trained for citizenship Girton 1926
Prog Ariz Where nature jests Macon 1926
Prog Ariz Where the boy has a real chance Forbin 1930
Prog Ariz Where the East and West get acquainted Keller 1928
Prog Ariz Where the stones come to life. Buck Knox 1971
Prog Ariz White man's discovery of the Rainbow Bridge Cummings 1926
Prog Ariz Who were the Hohokum; whence came they and where did they go? Davis 1930
Prog Ariz Who's scared? Broome 1932
Prog Ariz Who's scared? Broome 1932
Prog Ariz Why Arizona has good school Norton 1926
Prog Ariz Why the cowboy must ride a bronc Shope 1930
Prog Ariz Will this El Dorado come back? Remington 1931
Prog Ariz William Christian, alias Black Jack Clark 1929
Prog Ariz William Christian, alias Black Jack Clark 1930
Prog Ariz Winslow, surrounded on all sides by prehistoric lore Petersen 1929
Prog Ariz Winter vegetables in the irrigated valleys of southern Arizona Bemis 1928
Prog Ariz With the old Butterfield stages through Arizona Arnold 1927
Prog Ariz Wolfville, the reincarnation of the wild and woolly Durkin 1929
Prog Ariz Yuma, Fortune's playground Buehman 1927
Prog Ariz Yuma, sons of the river Hedderman 1929