Found in 163 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Correspondence, reports, workbook and historical materials.
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.
Correspondence, financial records, minutes of meetings, reports, statistics, photographs, articles and newspaper clippings relating to the organization of the association, its history, activities in promoting the mohair industry in Arizona, and its association with similar State, national, and Federal agencies in the use of land, grazing districts, stock driveways, marketing of mohair, sale of goat meat, and the eradication of predatory animals.
The collection contains an assortment of correspondence, books, some published by his Manzanita Press, typescripts of books and short stories, advertisements, illustrations, clippings, photographs and photographic plates, articles, speeches, catalogs, and miscellaneous original art work.
Correspondence, typescripts of speeches, and biographical materials, including clippings, photographs, diary, expense records, cartoons, and reprints relating to his career and studies of his career by George Fray Sparks and others.
The bulk of the collection contains undated, holographic manuscripts with edits, of three of Austin's novels and eleven of her short stories.
Letters, 1910-1912, from Ernest Bates to Caroline Singleton, concerning their relationship, her studies in Europe, and his career at the University of Arizona. Also includes two poems, probably by Bates, and his translation of The Pilgrim of Joy, by François Coppée.
Papers and Photographs, 1927-1928, 1979, 1994. This collection contains correspondence, photos, newspaper clippings, and ephemera of Kathryn Beals, including two letters to her sister from acquaintances upon Kathryn’s death in 1976. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence with her family and ephemera she collected while touring with the Peters-Wright vaudeville dance troupe for 15 months in 1927-1928.
Mostly outgoing letters from John Beecher to various editors at Macmillan Publishing Co., between 1965 and 1977, but also includes clippings, book notices, photographs of Beecher, publicity brochures and announcements of poetry readings, and poetry broadsides. There are also news clippings and correspondence about the Morning Star Press, later called the Rampart Press, begun in 1956.
Personal and official correspondence, financial records, notes, a photograph album, and photographs relating chiefly to personal and family life.
This collection consists of the papers of Beppie L. Culin and family. Correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, photographs, and legal documents are included in this collection.
Includes correspondence, reports, manuscripts, diaries, photographs, poetry, souvenir ephemera, and newspapers of the Bradley and Blachly families.
The collection includes letters, work cards, two photographs, newspaper clippings, and various printed materials concerning the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners in America, Local No. 857; chiefly newspaper clippings concerning construction in the Tucson area, 1926-1927. Also includes papers relating to the formation of the apprenticeship training program in Arizona and diaries.
Chiefly photocopies of correspondence, manuscripts, land claims, patents, machinery catalogs, and legal papers of Armer Newton Blazer; also photocopied correspondence and manuscripts of Paul Blazer, and photograph reprints.
This collection includes correspondence, including letters from Gen. George Crook recommending Bourke for promotions, letters from publishers, and others to and from Bourke relating to his writing and military experiences.
Contains published and unpuplished books, periodicals, manuscripts, letters, audio recordings, and artwork from 1964-1974, of the poet, novelist, and screenwriter, Charles Bukowski.
The bulk of the collection consists of magazines and anthologies that contain Bukowski's contributions; also includes books translated into other languages. Correspondence varies from that of friends and fans, to business correspondence with presses and magazines.
Correspondence and other papers relating chiefly to Cameron's term as U.S. Delegate, Arizona statehood, political appointments, bills, and projects. Grand Canyon material include letters and legal papers relating to Bright Angel Trail, mining claims, a proposed power project, 1907-1912, and four guest registers of Cameron's Hotel and Camps, 1903-1907.
Collection consists of the personal and professional papers of John Robert Carter, a member of the African-American Company C of the Army's 25th Infantry. This collection includes military records, newspaper clipping consisting of muster rolls, correspondence, and photographs.
This collection contains personal papers, business records, and related materials from a Chinese community, the Ying On Merchants and Labor Benevolent Association of Tucson, Arizona.