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Tucson was in old New Mexico when Captain Well wrote a letter to his niece nearly a century ago

Article Date: 
February 12, 1956
Article Abstract: 
Early envelopes shown
Language: 
English
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The southern overland mail and stagecoach line, 1857-1861

Author: 
O.O. Winther
Article Date: 
April 1957
Language: 
English
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Rural stamping grounds

Author: 
W. Childress
Article Date: 
February 1976
Language: 
English
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Riding the White Mountain Lines

Author: 
D. Gianelli
Article Date: 
October 7, 1973
Article Abstract: 
The White Mountain Passenger Lines, Inc. operates between Show Low and twenty-five other northern Arizona towns carrying passengers, mail and a variety of commodities
Language: 
English
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No-pony express

Author: 
G.S. Davis
Article Date: 
March 1952
Article Abstract: 
Story of early Cocomaricopa mail runner
Language: 
English
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Imprudent enterprise; the Arizona & New Mexico Express Company

Author: 
B.M. Fireman and L. Theobald
Article Date: 
Winter 1976
Language: 
English
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His hobby is mailing letters

Author: 
H. Megargee
Article Date: 
March 9, 1958
Article Abstract: 
A. Hauser runs a Phoenix mailing service
Language: 
English
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Arizona post office book depicts early communication

Author: 
R.g. Willson
Article Date: 
October 21, 1962
Language: 
English
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A mailman looking forward to the Christmas season

Author: 
E. Sovola
Article Date: 
November 26, 1967
Language: 
English
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20th century pony express

Article Date: 
March 1952
Language: 
English
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