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Sunset Lodging with Montezuma Saunders 1918
Sunset Mother of the Navajos Mackendrick 1923
Sunset Mr. Wright builds a boat Cosulich 1927
Sunset Near sights of dam sites; eminent engineers discover how little they really know of the Colorado River Freeman 1923
Sunset October travel in and beyond the desert 1972
Sunset On the warpath for fun Steele 1918
Sunset Ostrich farming in Arizona Hall 1905
Sunset Overland by Butterfield stage Bailey 1907
Sunset Palomas Apaches and their baskets James 1903
Sunset Phoenix born of water Dunbar 1904
Sunset Poisoning the Navajos with oil; too much wealth destroys the Indians as effectually as abject poverty Woehlke 1923
Sunset Range improvement in Arizona Griffiths 1902
Sunset Sculpture watching at Phoenix Civic Plaza 1973
Sunset She is a civil engineer Fiske 1924
Sunset She turns 'em out wild Abbott 1924
Sunset Story of the Pearce mines Pittock 1903
Sunset Story of the Pearce mines Pittock 1903
Sunset Sunset limited 1898
Sunset Tenderfoot in Greenstone; the strange things to be seen in a big new copper district among the saguaros of the Arizona desert country Steele 1908
Sunset Tenderfoot in Greenstone; the strange things to be seen in a big new copper district among the saguaros of the Arizona desert country Steele 1908
Sunset The ancient rock art of Utah and Arizona 1975
Sunset The ancient rock art of Utah and Arizona 1975
Sunset The Apache Trail Campbell 1926
Sunset The Cherrycow horse-changing Coolidge 1910
Sunset The Cherrycow horse-changing Coolidge 1910
Sunset The Cherrycow horse-changing Coolidge 1910
Sunset The dance of the Shalako gods Saunders 1909
Sunset The dance of the Shalako gods Saunders 1909
Sunset The end of the water trail Freeman 1923
Sunset The fate of the Navajos; what will oil money do to the greatest of Indian tribes? Collier 1924
Sunset The forty-seventh star Sloan 1910
Sunset The great diamond swindle Considine 1924
Sunset The great house of a vanished people Laut 1913
Sunset The land of the painted hills Woeshlke 1915
Sunset The making of a state Hunt 1913
Sunset The mission in the Arizona desert Laut 1913
Sunset The other rim 1973
Sunset The Paradox of the desert; how the wild plants of the arid Southwest supply man with food, drink and materials for clothing and shelter Saunders 1922
Sunset The paradox of the desert; how the wild plants of the arid Southwest supply man with food, drink, and materials for clothing and shelter Saunders 1922
Sunset The prize farms of Yuma Hall 1910
Sunset The prize farms of Yuma Hall 1910
Sunset The pump in a thirsty land Woehlke 1915
Sunset The rodeo at Pinal Coolidge 1905
Sunset The Roosevelt road; motoring through the Salt River Valley Ashton 1912
Sunset The S. O. S. of the Pimas; they must have water for their crops to avoid starvation and beggary Attwood 1923
Sunset The story of a cooper mine Wells 1904
Sunset The sunny side of Yuma Landfield 1906
Sunset The University of Arizona Aiken 1903
Sunset The useful Colorado; at Laguna dam the big river is once more harnessed Littlepage 1909
Sunset The useful Colorado; at Laguna dam the big river is once more harnessed Littlepage 1909
Sunset The Yaquis in exile Coolidge 1909
Sunset Through Apache land; riding on rubber tires over Geronimo's trail Woehlke 1916
Sunset Tucson of today; being a sketch of the historic past and the present progress of the thriving Arizona city Jaynes 1903
Sunset Tucson, Arizona; where the wild West shows play to good business Lee 1912
Sunset Tucson, old and new Levick 1912