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  1. The "Tucsonians" Oral History Project Collection

      On December 7, 1941, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, and soon afterward, President Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered the mass removal of 110,000 persons of Japanese ancestry from the West Coast to relocation camps located further within the United States ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-11 08:29

  2. Papers of Harry Stewart

    Harry Stewart was a book dealer specializing in Western history. He operated businesses in Boise, Idaho, and Tucson and Tombstone, Arizona, where he was also curator of the Wyatt Earp Museum. Papers include correspondence relating to book trade and person ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-11 08:27

  3. Louis A. Witzeman Collection of Rural/Metro Corporation Records

      Rural/Metro Corporation began in 1948 as the Rural Fire Protection Company-a privately-run subscription fire service serving the unincorporated area north of Phoenix, Arizona. Louis A. Witzeman founded the company after watching a neighbor's home b ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-11 08:26

  4. Imogene Myrland Papers

    Imogene J. Myrland was an educator in Tucson, Arizona and began with setting up nursery schools under the WPA in 1936. She also organized and directed the Tucson Nursery School in 1946. Correspondence, photographs, clippings, financial records, scrapbooks ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-11 09:32

  5. Papers of the Roman Hubbell Family

      Roman Hubbell (1891-1957) was the second son of John Lorenzo Hubbell (1853-1930), noted pioneer Indian trader and founder of the J. L. Hubbell Trading Post at Ganado in Arizona Territory, 1876. The area surrounding the trading post eventually became par ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-11 09:05

  6. Papers of Ada Peirce McCormick

      Ada Stetson Peirce earned a degree in 1932 from the University of Arizona. From 1925 to 1930, Ada gave lectures on marriage and homemaking at various eastern colleges, establishing a national reputation. The McCormicks relocated to Tucson, Arizona, in 1 ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-11 09:02

  7. Papers of Amos Allison Anderson and Robert B. Anderson

      Amos Allison Anderson was born October 3, 1862 in Highland, Kansas. He worked on ranches, taught schools and was Chief of Scouts at Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation, New Mexico. In 1899, he moved to Clifton, Arizona and worked in a general store. He ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-11 09:02

  8. Fred Riecker Papers

    Fred A. Riecker was born in San Francisco, California, 1878, but shortly thereafter moved with his mother to Tucson, Arizona. He later began his professional career as a railroad survey engineer during the early 20th century for various locomotive compani ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-11 11:01

  9. University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Service Collection

    The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Service was formed in 1915 under the provisions of the Federal Smith-Lever Act. As a division of the University of Arizona College of Agriculture the goals of the Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service a ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-11 15:38

  10. Papers of Anton Mazzanovich

    Anton Mazzanovich was an author, soldier, and thespian; he served with Troop F, 6th Cavalry, 1881-1882, in Arizona and New Mexico. Anton was also a stage carpenter and mechanic with New York theater companies. Correspondence, diary, newspaper clippings, a ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-24 14:00

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