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Prog Ariz Cooper mining, one of Arizona's greatest assets Compton 1929
Prog Ariz Copper mining, one of Arizona's greatest assets Compton 1929
Prog Ariz Dances of the Yaqui Indians at Easter time Stewart 1928
Prog Ariz Desert soil DuBois 1925
Prog Ariz Discovering a new trail to the Rainbow Bridge Berheimer 1926
Prog Ariz Douglas and Cochise County Tardy 1927
Prog Ariz Driven back to Eden Watkins 1925
Prog Ariz Dude ranches of southern Arizona Arnold 1925
Prog Ariz Dude ranching Arnold 1927
Prog Ariz Echoes from the Canyon Shine 1929
Prog Ariz Educational facilities are offered Indian youths Smith 1930
Prog Ariz Elden Pueblo Fewkes 1926
Prog Ariz Exit the caveman, a glimpse of Arizona Rollins 1932
Prog Ariz Exploring a once wild and wooly town Larson 1927
Prog Ariz Father Eusebio Francisco Kino , the Southwest's first and greatest pioneer Lockwood 1928
Prog Ariz Favorites and fancies of Dr. Munk Buck Knox 1931
Prog Ariz Fifty years in Paradise Lockwood 1931
Prog Ariz Fifty years in Paradise Lockwood 1931
Prog Ariz Fifty years in Paradise Lockwood 1932
Prog Ariz Fifty years in Paradise Lockwood 1932
Prog Ariz Fifty years in Paradise, the story of James C. Hancock, Arizona pioneer Lockwood 1931
Prog Ariz Fifty years in Paradise, the story of James C. Hancock, Arizona pioneer Lockwood 1931
Prog Ariz Fifty years in Paradise, the story of James C. Hancock, Arizona pioneer Lockwood 1932
Prog Ariz Fig growing in the Casa Grande Valley Cavalla 1927
Prog Ariz First annual Oracle Pageant presented by the people of Oracle at sunset, on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 18th and 19th 1930
Prog Ariz Flagstaff and the San Francisco Mountain region Toelle 1930
Prog Ariz Flagstaff at the crossroads of a great wonderland Howell 1931
Prog Ariz Flagstaff fancies Sargent 1928
Prog Ariz Flagstaff formality opens a new airport Davis 1928
Prog Ariz Flagstaff invites you to help celebrate the Fourth Compton 1930
Prog Ariz Flagstaff is Arizona's summer educational center Carson 1929
Prog Ariz Florence and the San Carlos project Curtis 1925
Prog Ariz Flying V Ranch is ideally located McOmie 1929
Prog Ariz Forty-four years in the Arizona big woods Birdseye 1925
Prog Ariz Forty-four years in the Arizona big woods Birdseye 1950
Prog Ariz Frontier Days at Prescott is an annual event of nation-wide interest Davis 1929
Prog Ariz Get off the earth Shelby 1928
Prog Ariz Get western! Wein 1928
Prog Ariz Get western! Clemans 1929
Prog Ariz Getting the drop on Andy Price Massanovich 1926
Prog Ariz Getting the drop on Andy Price Mazzanovich 1926
Prog Ariz Grand Canyon National Park 1926
Prog Ariz Grand Canyon National Park 1926
Prog Ariz Hacienda del Sol, the school the sun built Drachman 1930
Prog Ariz Has vacation arrived? Moore 1926
Prog Ariz Hassayampa Mountain Club as public benefaction Wade 1929
Prog Ariz Helldorado Kelly 1929
Prog Ariz Helmet Peak Davis 1927
Prog Ariz Here once lived the Hohokum Shelby 1930
Prog Ariz Here roses grow when you have snow Watkins 1925
Prog Ariz Historical sketch of Percival Lowell, his observatory and its work Slipher 1926
Prog Ariz History and development of the Salt River Valley McClintock 1925
Prog Ariz History of the Casa Grande McClintock 1926
Prog Ariz Hohokum Shine 1929
Prog Ariz Holbrook's Rodeo Hayden 1932