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Bound typescripts of agents reports, including photographs, charts, clippings, and examples of publications, 1948 to 1958.
Holograph manuscript in pencil.
George Webb was a cattleman and farmer in Arizona as well as an Associate Judge of the Tribal Court, 1942-1950. This collection includes the author's original typescript of sketches of Pima history and traditions.
Typescript. Accompanied by letter of transmittal to J. Byron McCormick, president of The University of Arizona, November 12, 1949.
Typescript (original). Accompanied by letter of transmittal to the president of the University, and original letters and reports from department heads relative to book needs.
Papers, 1947-1990, of Edward Abbey, author. Contains biographical materials, correspondence, journals, notebooks, speeches, manuscripts, articles, audiotapes, videotapes, and supplemental materials documenting his life and career.
“Accent: on University of Arizona” was a local radio program hosted by Mort Beach, the assistant director for the University of Arizona News Bureau for Radio-TV. The program includes interviews with prominent University of Arizona professors, scholars, and public figures about research and special topics.
James Addison Reavis, 1843-1914, was a swindler and forger, famous for attempting to fraudulently obtain 7,500 sq. miles of Arizona Territory by falsifying documents in Mexico and Spain to show a Spanish land grant to Don Miguel Peralta in 1748. Photocopy of typescript relates his version of events surrounding the Peralta land grant claim. This text was reproduced in The Peralta Grant; James Addison Reavis and the barony of Arizona, University of Oklahoma Press, 1960.
Account of the New entry of the Jesuit Fathers to the nations of the Chínipas, Varohios, Guazapari, Temori and many others
Photocopy of typescript, English translation.
Two attached manuscripts, in two hands, that concern Mexican Emporer Agustín de Iturbide.
Papers, 1947-1983, of Tucson, Arizona, Spanish teacher and folklorist, Vicente Sanchez Acosta (1918-1983). Contains professional correspondence, manuscripts and essays, research materials, and audio tapes documenting Acosta’s interests in the Spanish language, folk songs and folklore and Southwestern United States and Mexican culture.
A two-page manuscript, dated July 21, 1823, orders the political and ecclesiastical reorganization of the Provincias Internas de Occidente.
The Ada M. Slatter Burlingham World War II correspondence contains her letters home while she was in the Army Nurse Corps during World War II.
This collection includes correspondence and manuscripts chiefly concerning Western history and literature; it includes letters from friends, authors, editors, and publishers. Also included are original typescripts with holograph corrections of revised editions of his works Western Words: A Dictionary of the American West, 1968, and Six-Guns and Saddle Leather, 1969, both published by University of Oklahoma Press.
Thirteen photographs, ca. 1875-1890, primarily of scenes in Chihuahua, Mexico. Most are images of Serrano and Tarahumara Indians particularly women and domestic work. There is also one image of prospectors on Phoenix street, dated 1887.
The holographic text of a speech given by Bryant in January 1874 to the Burns Association of Brooklyn. Written in ink, it contains his edits. He discusses the genius of the Scottish poet, Robert Burns, and compares him to the English poet Samuel Butler. A typed transcription of the speech is included.
Louis C. Hughes, 1844-1915 was an Arizona pioneer, lawyer, newspaper publisher, and politician. This collection includes a typescript of an address by Hughes, before the meeting of the Farmers, Fruit and Stock Growers of Arizona, Oct. 18, 1895, on the occasion of its organization.
Materials include typescripts with holograph notes of addresses, radio talks, and articles given or written by Atkinson, chiefly concerning higher education. Some addresses accompanied by press releases.
Correspondence, reports, workbook and historical materials.
This collection is a report conducted by the University of Arizona that documents the history of Agricultural Education in the United States.
Minutes of meetings, correspondence, ordinances, rules and regulations, legislative bills, reports, and miscellaneous material.
Small collection of lantern slides of early oil drilling activity in the Four Corners area, mostly taken in the San Juan River basin area of Utah east of Mexican Hat.
Album of 47 photos. Includes photos of a visit by automobile to the tent camps of the Starlight and the Mexican Girl mines.
Silk photograph album with fourteen mounted, mostly black and white photographs with typescript captions. Accompanied by a letter of transmittal to University of Arizona President Richard A. Harvill from Ambassador Edwin O. Reischauer.
Photograph album containing 51 photographs of Albuquerque, New Mexico street scenes, buildings, homes, and families, ca. 1895-1905.
This collection contains scrapbooks from Grace Alexander including her Globe High School graduation book, 1917 Globe High School yearbook, The Papoose, a 1919 group black and white photograph of Miami High staff and students and a scrapbook relating to her time as a student at the University of Arizona.
Chiefly records of the A.S. Henderson general merchandise store in Patagonia, Arizona, from 1900 to 1940 including inventories, correspondence, merchandise ads, ledgers, monthly account books, and bills.