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  1. Melvin Hecht papers

    Melvin Hecht (1926-1985) received his Ph.D in geography from the University of Kansas before joining the faculty at the University of Arizona in 1956. As the first trained geographer in the faculty, Hecht taught in the Department of Geography and Regional ...

    mnboyer - 2021-09-02 12:38

  2. Thomas W. Barrett papers

    Thomas W. Barrett was born September 6, 1917 on a fruit farm in Orem, Utah. While growing up on the family farm, Barrett became interested in crops, soils, and would later find a passion for agronomy (the science of soil management and crop production). ...

    mnboyer - 2021-09-02 12:38

  3. University of Arizona Faculty Women's Club records

    This collection contains the records of the University of Arizona Faculty Women's Club, a club dedicated to social meetings as well as maintaining a scholarship for students at the University of Arizona. The records include bylaws, handbooks, ...

    mnboyer - 2021-09-02 12:39

  4. Brian Powell papers

    This collection includes groupings of data collected by Brian Powell and others in relation to the Sonoran Desert Inventory and Monitoring Network. Ecologists working with the Sonoran Desert Inventory and Monitoring Network aim to collect pertinent ...

    mnboyer - 2021-09-02 12:40

  5. Arthur Jerome Present papers

    The collection comprises biographical information related to Arthur Jerome Present, MD, Professor Emeritus of Radiology at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. Includes articles, awards, plaques, and photographs. Formerly collection number HT006 ...

    Molly Stothert-... - 2021-09-02 12:41

  6. George Chambers papers

    George W. Chambers (1901-1978) was an amateur historian and business manager for various Tucson Newspapers. In 1923, he joined the staff of the Tucson Daily Citizen and, in 1931, joined the Arizona Daily Star. In 1940, he played a principal role in the ...

    mnboyer - 2021-09-03 11:53

  7. Letters sent by the Office of Indian Affairs, Pima and Maricopa Agency

    The Office of Indian Affairs, now called the Bureau of Indian Affairs, was first established in 1824 as part of the War Department. In 1849 it was transferred to the Department of the Interior. The Pima Agency was established in Arizona in 1859, and ...

    mnboyer - 2021-09-03 11:53

  8. Western pulp fiction collection

    The term 'pulp fiction' applies to low-quality literature often printed on lesser-quality paper stock. A majority of pulp fiction novels fall into the western genre or center around detective stories. Since readers needed to be drawn in, flashy ...

    mnboyer - 2021-09-03 11:54

  9. Western pulp fiction collection

    The Western pulp fiction collection contains hundreds of pulp fiction novels published between 1920 and 1984. The term 'pulp fiction' applies to low-quality literature often printed on lesser-quality (pulp) paper stock. Pulp novels and magazines ...

    mnboyer - 2021-09-14 09:29

  10. Teatro Libertad collection

    Teatro Libertad was a Chicano street theater group founded in 1975 in Tucson, Arizona. Over the course of 10 years, it produced a number of plays and skits, performing them in a variety of places, from cotton fields to local neighborhood centers to ...

    adhoward - 2021-10-27 10:18

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