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  1. Morris K Udall- Central Arizona Project

    The development of the Central Arizona Project would eventually supply the growing cities of Phoenix and Tucson with water supply. The economic and financial impacts on rural and city dwellers and the rights of Native Americans are evidenced here, as well ...

    castanoe - 2020-08-06 16:16

  2. The March of Arizona History

    Anne Merriman Peck (1884-1976) was a writer, artist, and illustrator. She started her career in New York working for magazine companies and publishing several children's books. In 1948, Peck moved to Tucson, AZ and taught courses at the University of ...

    castanoe - 2020-08-14 11:56

  3. Portrait of a Teacher; Mary Elizabeth Post and Something of the Times in Which she Lived

    Mary Elizabeth Post (1841-1934) was an amateur historian, teacher and pioneer of education in Arizona. Originally from New York, Post moved to Yuma, AZ in 1872 and opened the third official school in the state. The collection contains a bound typescript ...

    castanoe - 2020-08-14 12:00

  4. A Pima Remembers

    This collection includes the author's original typescript of sketches of Pima history and traditions. It also includes revisions with editor's notes; correspondence, designs, financial records pertaining to the book's publication; original ...

    castanoe - 2020-08-26 12:32

  5. The Land of Mañana

    William Edgar Blake (1844-1915) was born in Morning Sun, Ohio, but was moved to Iowa in 1845. He served in the Civil War as a member of Company C of the First Iowa Cavalry. He later went on to study law at Iowa State University and earned his degree in ...

    castanoe - 2020-09-23 19:19

  6. Arizona Health Sciences Center Office of Public Affairs records

    The University of Arizona Health Sciences Office of Public Affairs (UAHS OPA) provides media and community relations support—as well as strategic and crisis communications— for the UAHS, a network of health-related organizations and activities unique in ...

    Molly Stothert-... - 2020-12-14 09:41

  7. Papers of Harry Stewart

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

    castanoe - 2020-12-15 16:04

  8. Save the Scenic Santa Ritas records

    Save the Scenic Santa Ritas (SSSR) is a non-profit organization whose volunteers aim to "protect the scenic, aesthetic, recreational, environmental and wildlife values of the Santa Rita Mountains, Patagonia Mountains, Canelo Hills and San Rafael ...

    mnboyer - 2020-12-18 11:33

  9. Max Lee Morrison Boone papers

    Max L.M. Boone (1931-1996), MD, PhD, was a medical doctor, physicist, and one of the founders of the University of Arizona Cancer Center. In the early 1970s, Boone and Eugene Gerner, a UA professor of radiation/oncology, pioneered hyperthermia—the use of ...

    Molly Stothert-... - 2021-01-11 10:13

  10. The Documented Border Collection

    Please note that some audiovisual content within our digital collections and exhibits is temporarily unavailable as we prepare to migrate it to a new platform. The Documented Border Collection is a subset of our Borderlands Collections and is being made ...

    trentp - 2021-02-09 10:31

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