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Prog Ariz And I learned about ranching from 'im. Jones 1929
Prog Ariz The pecan growing industry Jordan 1926
Prog Ariz Where the East and West get acquainted Keller 1928
Prog Ariz Importance of veterinary surgery in Arizona Kellond 1926
Prog Ariz Barrio Pascua, the Yaqui Indian capitol Kelly 1931
Prog Ariz Helldorado Kelly 1929
Prog Ariz Tombstone reverts to its former activity Kelly 1929
Prog Ariz Uncovering one of Arizona's wealthiest corners Kelly 1925
Prog Ariz It's Air-izona now Kettner 1928
Prog Ariz Polo in Arizona Kramer 1925
Prog Ariz Mining conditions in Arizona Kruttschnitt 1926
Prog Ariz Exploring a once wild and wooly town Larson 1927
Prog Ariz Southwestern states possess a romantic past Larson 1929
Prog Ariz Visiting the Rainbow Natural Bridge Larson 1927
Prog Ariz The Kadota fig industry in the Casa Grande Valley Lavers 1929
Prog Ariz The Pima County Fair Lent 1929
Prog Ariz Arizona in the looking-glass Lippitt 1929
Prog Ariz The Apache Trail, a highway of supreme scenic and historical attractions Littler 1929
Prog Ariz A. P. K. Safford, "the little governor." Lockwood 1928
Prog Ariz A. P. K. Safford, "the little governor." Lockwood 1928
Prog Ariz Father Eusebio Francisco Kino , the Southwest's first and greatest pioneer Lockwood 1928
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 Joseph A. Munk, M. D., and his library of Arizoniana Lockwood 1928
Prog Ariz Joseph A. Munk, M. D., and his library of Arizoniana Lockwood 1928
Prog Ariz Old Bill Williams Lockwood 1931
Prog Ariz Re-blazing the trails of Father Kino Lockwood 1931
Prog Ariz The greatest thing in the world Lummis 1925
Prog Ariz Where nature jests Macon 1926
Prog Ariz Pageant of the future MacRae 1927
Prog Ariz Mine development of 1925 indicates expansion for the new year Mactavish 1926
Prog Ariz Tucson's annual mid-winter rodeo Marshall 1929
Prog Ariz Tucson's annual mid-winter rodeo Marshall 1929
Prog Ariz The disabled world war veeteran at work Martenson 1927
Prog Ariz The University of Arizona: its campus and its work Marvin 1925
Prog Ariz The nobleness of the redskin finally pays dividends Mason 1926
Prog Ariz The nobleness of the redskin finally pays dividends Mason 1926
Prog Ariz Getting the drop on Andy Price Massanovich 1926
Prog Ariz Promoting the health of Arizona children Mather 1927
Prog Ariz Trailing artists through Arizona Maxwell 1932
Prog Ariz What price beauty Mayhew 1926
Prog Ariz Getting the drop on Andy Price Mazzanovich 1926
Prog Ariz Scouting with Colonel Shafter in 1882 Mazzanovich 1932
Prog Ariz The Bisbee store hold-up Mazzanovich 1926
Prog Ariz The Bisbee store hold-up Mazzanovich 1926
Prog Ariz The Bisbee store hold-up Mazzanovich 1926
Prog Ariz The Bisbee store hold-up Mazzanovich 1926
Prog Ariz History and development of the Salt River Valley McClintock 1925
Prog Ariz History of the Casa Grande McClintock 1926
Prog Ariz Camels in the Southwest McConnell 1932