George W.P. Hunt (1859-1934), was an Arizona politician. He served as President of the Arizona Constitutional Convention in 1910, as well as Governor of Arizona from 1912-1919, 1923-1929, and 1931-1933.
This collection contains seventy scrapbooks of news clippings from various newspapers and magazines, with a few photographs, drawings, and silhouettes of Hunt, his family and friends. The articles included are about Hunt's career, Arizona's statehood, prison reform, highway construction, and development of the Colorado River.