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  1. Papers of John Clum

    John P. Clum was the Indian agent at the San Carlos Indian Reservation, 1874-1877; later newspaper editor, postmaster, and mayor of Tombstone, Ariz., as well as postal inspector and lecturer in Alaska. His son, Woodworth Clum, was a newspaper editor of ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-09 13:13

  2. Papers of the Hein family

    Letters from the Hein family and Paul Loske to the Hagedorn family pertaining to frontier life in Skull Valley. Also includes documents relating to their participation in the Prescott Coal Development Company; Hagedorn's passport and ship papers ...

    castanoe - 2014-07-31 09:14

  3. The Last of the Plainsmen

    Original typescript, except for final chapter which is in the author's handwriting. Other holograph corrections throughout by a different hand. Correspondence attesting to authenticity of handwriting is laid in. This is a biography of Charles Jesse ...

    castanoe - 2015-11-05 10:54

  4. Scrapbook of Verda Lee Ludy Parrick

    Scrapbook of photographs and biographical material concerning Jacob E. Ludy and his family in Yuma, Ariz., in the early 1900s. Included materials: Manuscript Subject Area: Water and Water Rights Explorers/Pioneers Collection Area: Arizona & Southwest ...

    castanoe - 2014-07-31 10:08

  5. History of the Discovery of Tombstone, Arizona, as Told by Edward Lawrence Schieffelin

    Edward Schieffelin, 1847-1897, was a prospector and discovered the silver mines of the San Pedro Valley, which led to the establishment of Tombstone, Ariz. A version edited by Ben Traywick, was published by Red Marie's, 1988.Typescript, accompanied ...

    castanoe - 2015-12-21 10:34

  6. Papers of Joseph Thomas McKinney

    Autobiographical sketch, letter, and documents. The 19-page sketch includes his involvement as a law enforcement officer in the Graham- Tewksbury feud; and a letter, 1927, to his son describes a hanging at the Arizona State Prison at Florence. Also ...

    castanoe - 2013-03-07 13:17

  7. Papers of John J. Wingar

    John J. Wingar, 1833-1907, was a Methodist clergyman and Arizona pioneer. Wingar moved to Prescott in 1877, and later lived in Florence, Pinal, Globe, and Tempe. He was active in establishing a school at the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation. The ...

    castanoe - 2016-01-05 16:28

  8. Scrapbooks of Newspaper Clippings

    Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings relating to Hughes' political career. Also includes various telegrams congratulating Hughes on his election to governor of Arizona. In three volumes. ...

    castanoe - 2016-01-12 17:34

  9. Letter Book of Louis C. Hughes

    Correspondence with Louis C. Hughes during time as Governor of Arizona Territory, 1893-1896. ...

    castanoe - 2016-01-12 17:42

  10. The Story of Patchy

    Typescript of unpublished manuscript, with photographs, concerning the story of Apache May, a young Apache girl found in May, 1896, by Cochise County cattleman and former sheriff, John Slaughter, in an abandoned Apache camp. She lived with the Slaughters ...

    castanoe - 2016-01-13 08:53

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