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1 DESERT MAGAZINE, December 1949.
William Knyvett Paper Cover Good Magazine: Desert Photographs, Maps, Drawings, 
December 1949 issue with cover showing White Christmas on the Desert. Some articles include: Valley of the Cathedrals, by Charles Kelly; We found Ant Hills covered with Jewels, by Edith Rutenic McLeod; Panamint Pack Trip, by Randall Henderson; Pom Poms at Christmas, by Dorothy L. Pillsbury; and Adobe Maker of Scottsdale, by Christine B. MacKenzie. Pictorial cover with some rubbing. Several small nicks at spine joint. Back cover 4 1/2" tear at spine.Mildly soiled back cover. Overall covers are Good. Interior is tight, clean and VG+. 
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2 THE SMOKE SIGNAL, SPRING 1968, NO. 17
Tucson The Tucson Corral of the Westerners 1968 Paper Cover Very Good Magazine Size: Approx. 8 1/2 " x 11" Photographs 
The Pony Express - The Overland Mail: A Dramatic Era When Western Mails Were Delivered by Pony Rider and Stagecoach. Pages 146-167. Document in VG condition with top of magazine slightly bent and creased. Otherwise magazine is tight and clean. 
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3 Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society THE JOURNAL OF ARIZONA HISTORY (Volume 11, No. 1; Spring 1970 )
Tucson Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society 1970 Paper Cover Very Good- Arizona Size: Approx. 6 1/2" x 9 1/2" Photographs 
Contents include: The Bradford Map of Nogales, Arizona by George E. Sites, Jr.; Fray Pedro de Arriquibar's Census of Tucson, 1820 by Karen Sites Collins; Graphic Arts on the Arizona Frontier, Mining in Arizona - I; Motoring in Arizona in 1914 by Edith S. Kitt. 75 pp. Tan stiff paper covers with wear and browning along edges, corners rubbed, spine creased. Interior clean. 
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4 Bagrow, Leo (edited by) Imago MVNDI: A Review of Early Cartography
The Hague Mouton & Co. 1956 Wraps Good+ Cartography Size: Approx. 8 1/2 " x 11 1/2" Figures (Facsimile, Maps), Table 
Article by Paul H. Ezell: FRAY DIEGO BRINGAS, A FORGOTTEN CARTOGRAPHER OF SONORA. pp.150-158. Two full-page maps with Bringa's Itinerary October 1795, and Bringa's Map of the Gila River region and the Coast of California. Another full page with Geographical Description and the sketch map of Sonora. All figures (illustrations) are facisimiles in H.F. Bruning's Collection. Table of the "State of the Population of the Missions of Sonora". Heavy tan wraps with black lettering. Spotted tanning and discoloration around edges of covers; dirt smudges; slight rubbing at spine's top corner, other corners creased and bent. Frontis. illustration has faint foxing? or discoloration from front cover on both sides, primarily on back and not near illustration. Otherwise interior is tight, clean. Pamphlet in Good+ to VG- condition. 
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5 Blanchard, C. J. THE MENTOR MAGAZINE: RECLAIMING THE DESERT. OCTOBER 15, 1918 (Volume 6, Number 17, Serial No. 165)
New York The Mentor Association 1918 Wraps Good+ to Very Good- Desert Size: Approx. 7 3/4" x 10 1/4" Plates 
Department of Science. Volume 6, Number 17, October 15, 1918. 12 pps. plus 6 loose gravure illustrations: "A Miracle of Irrigation, Uncompahgre Valley, Colorado", "High Line Canal, Utah Valley, Utah", "Gunnison Tunnel, Colorado", "Roosevelt Dam, Arizona", "Arrowrock Dam, Idaho..", "Suburb of Phoenix, Arizona--Reclaimed from Desert Land." Each of the plates has a descriptive essay on the reverse side. Have 2 copies of gravure #5: Arrowrock Dam, Idaho. Stiff decorative covers slightly soiled around edges. 1/2" tear at spine top, otherwise exterior and interior is Very Good. Gravures are Very Good. 
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6 Browne, J. Ross A TOUR THROUGH ARIZONA: First and Second Paper
Harper's New Monthly Magazine 1864 Paperbound Good Arizona Engravings 
No. CLXXIII. October, 1864. Vol. XXIX. "...I have now to offer a new programme of exploration and adventure...possessing peculiar charms ...and extraordinary advantages in the way of burning deserts, dried rivers, rattlesnakes, scorpions, Greasers, and Apaches: besides unlimited fascinations in the line of robbery, starvation, and the chances of sudden death by accident." Disbound. stapled. Front page corners creased. bottom edge browned. Side edges chipped. Mild foxing. Overall Interiors are Very Good. First paper: pp.553-574 with pp. 571 loose. Second paper: pp.689-708. Many illustrations. (Browne's name not stated anywhere in articles) 
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7 Carr, William H. TUNNEL IN THE DESERT: AN UNDERGROUND VENTURE IN EDUCATION
Tucson Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum 1957 Wraps Very Good- Arizona Size: Approx. 6 " x 9 " Photographs 
Educational Series, Number Two, December 1957. 34 pp. Stiff paper covers with photograph of kit fox in his den on front cover. Cover corners are bumped, spine is creased and spine ends torn, light soiling to cover faces. Interior clean. Document in VG- condition. 
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8 Cooper, Nel NEL COOPER STORIES. True Tales of the Wagoner, Arizona Area
Arizona Nel Cooper 1974 Revised Soft Cover Very Good+ to Near Fine Arizona Size: Approx. 5 " x 8 " Photographs, Drawings 
Index of "Stories": He 'et His Beans with His Knife; A Brief History of Wagoner; The Big Black Stallion; Rustlers Roost; The First Mustangs; Victor, The Steeldust Stallion; Buffalo Ride; One Legend of the Hassayampa Safe; "Could One of These Have Been the Frenchman Who Later Made the Stone Arrastra Wheels?"; and The Feuder. 47 pp. Includes photographs and sketches. (Author was inducted into the CowGirl Hall of Fame in 1984. She came to Arizona looking for adventure, married a rancher and homesteaded one of the largest Mohair goat ranches in the state. After her husband died, she successfully managed the ranch as the only woman goat rancher in Arizona, converting it to a cattle ranch just as the prices for mohair began to fall.) 
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9 Greth, Carlos CHICANO BIBLIOGRAPHY: A Guide to Chicano Materials in the NAU Libraries
Northern Arizona University Libraries 1980 Paper Cover Near Fine to Fine Bibliography Size: Approx. 6 " x 9 " Facsimile 
Discovery Series No. I. Revised Edition. 35 pp. Covers and interior are Near Fine to Fine. 
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10 Haddox, John LOS CHICANOS: AN AWAKENING PEOPLE
El Paso Texas Western Press 1970 Paper Cover Very Good Southwest History Size: Approx. 6 " x 9 " Jose Cisneros 
Southwestern Studies Monograph No. 28. The University of Texas at El Paso. The Story in Ten Pictures by Jose Cisneros. 44 pp. Decorative paper wraps. Cover corners are bent and rubbed. Interior is tight and clean. Pamphlet in VG condition. 
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11 Hazard, Daniel L. RESULTS OF OBSERVATIONS MADE AT THE UNITED STATES COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY MAGNETIC OBSERVATORY NEAR TUCSON, ARIZONA 1909 AND 1910
Washington Government Printing Office 1913 Soft Cover Good to Good+ U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey Size: Approx. 8 3/4" x 11 1/2" Foldout Graphs, Tables, Photographs, 
"As the improvised building for the variation instruments at Baldwin, Kans., was of such a character as to detract seriously from the accuracy and value of the results obtained, and as the increasing density of population in that region presaged the introduction of electric car lines in the near future, it was decided to transfer the variation instruments from Baldwin to some place in the southwestern part of the United States. After an examination of numerous localities a site was selected about 8 miles (12.9 km.) east of the city of Tucson, Arizona." 59 pp. 9 foldout graphs with reproductions of magnetograms showing the principal magnetic storms. 2 photographs of office/buildings. Numerous tables. tan paper wraps. Mildly soiled. faint ex.-mus. stamp on front cover and ex.-mus numbers.Overall covers are Good to Good+. ex-mus. stamp on title page, otherwise interior is tight, clean and Very Good+. 
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12 Hazard, Daniel L. RESULTS OF OBSERVATIONS MADE AT THE UNITED STATES COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY MAGNETIC OBSERVATORY NEAR TUCSON, ARIZONA 1911 AND 1912
Washington Government Printing Office 1914 Soft Cover Good to Good- U.S. Coast and Geodetic Surve Size: Approx. 8 3/4" x 11 1/2" Foldout Graphs, Tables 
"The Tucson Magnetic Observatory is about 8 miles (12.9 kilometers) east of the city of Tucson, Ariz., in a comparatively level country rising gradually to mountains on the north and west. The buildings were erected in the summer of 1909, and the instruments were installed and put in operation in November of that year." 103 pp. 15 foldout graphs with reproductions of magnetograms showing the principal magnetic storms. Numerous tables. tan paper wraps. Mildly soiled. Triangular section of front cover's side edge missing. Hence title page's side "section" is mildly faded/soiled. Title page's side edge folded back, 1/4". Darkened spine and some of front cover. spine ends small tears. Overall covers are Good to Good-. ex-mus. stamp on Contents page, otherwise interior is tight, clean and Very Good+. 
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13 Hazard, Daniel L. RESULTS OF OBSERVATIONS MADE AT THE UNITED STATES COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY MAGNETIC OBSERVATORY NEAR TUCSON, ARIZONA 1913 AND 1914
Washington Government Printing Office 1916 Soft Cover Good U.S. Coast and Geodetic Surve Size: Approx. 8 3/4" x 11 1/2" Foldout Graphs, Tables 
"The Tucson Magnetic Observatory is about 8 miles (12.9 kilometers) east of the city of Tucson, Ariz., in a comparatively level country rising gradually to mountains on the north and west. The buildings were erected in the summer of 1909, and the instruments were installed and put in operation in November of that year." 102 pp. 16 foldout graphs with reproductions of magnetograms showing the principal magnetic storms. Numerous tables. tan paper wraps. Mildly soiled. front cover's side edge and title page folded "back" 3/4". Spine faded, tearing at bottom edge. Overall covers are Good.interior is tight, clean and Very Good+. 
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14 Hazard, Daniel L. RESULTS OF OBSERVATIONS MADE AT THE UNITED STATES COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY MAGNETIC OBSERVATORY NEAR TUCSON, ARIZONA 1915 AND 1916
Washington Government Printing Office 1918 Soft Cover Good U.S. Coast and Geodetic Surve Size: Approx. 8 3/4" x 11 1/2" Foldout Graphs, Tables 
"The Tucson Magnetic Observatory is about 8 miles (12.9 kilometers) east of the city of Tucson, Ariz., in a comparatively level country rising gradually to mountains on the north and west. The buildings were erected in the summer of 1909, and the instruments were installed and put in operation in November of that year." 101 pp. 22 foldout graphs with reproductions of magnetograms showing principal magnetic storms. Numerous tables. tan paper wraps. Mildly soiled. Spine darkened.Small strip at spine base gone, 1/4"x1/4" into front bottom gutter, 1"x1/4". ex.-mus. stamp on front cover. two small tears and piece folded back at side edge. front bottom corner folded back plus a few of the interior page "tips". Overall covers are Good. ex-mus. stamp/numbers on title page, otherwise interior is tight, clean and Very Good+. 
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15 Heikes, V. C. GOLD, SILVER, COPPER, AND LEAD AND ZINC IN ARIZONA IN 1922.
Washington Government Printing Office 1924 Wraps Very Good+ Mining Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9" Tables 
Mineral Resources of the United States, 1922-Part I (Pages 489-518). Department of the Interior. United States Geological Survey. Exterior is VG+. Interior tight, clean and VG+. Numerous Tables. I-25 
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16 House of Representatives WALNUT GROVE GOLD-MINING COMPANY
Washington Government Printing Office 1873 Paperbound Very Good Government Document Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9" 
Memorial of the Walnut Grove Gold-Mining Company. 43D Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Mis. Doc. No. 16. Referred to the Committee on Claims, and ordered to be printed. December 8, 1873. 24 pp. Disbound government document. Residue from book remains along document spine. Some mild foxing, but text is not affected. Document is in VG condition. 
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17 Jackson, Earl THE NATURAL HISTORY STORY OF CHIRICAHUA NATIONAL MONUMENT
Globe, Arizona Southwest Parks and Monuments Association 1970 First Printing Soft Cover Very Good to Very Good+ National Parks Size: Approx. 6 " x 9" Maps, Photographs 
Laid in a 4 page-2 pages double sided GUIDE TO FOREST FOOTHILLS TRAIL from United States Separtment of the Interior National Park Service Chiricahua National Monument Arizona. List of the plants corresponding to the numbered stakes along the path. Booklet is 76 pp. Illustrated with b/w photos and maps. Suggested Reading and Appendix . Stiff color pictorial wrappers. Some fading to covers. Otherwise covers are VG+. Interior is tight, clean and VG+. 
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18 Lister, Florence C. And Robert H. EARL MORRIS & SOUTHWESTERN ARCHAEOLOGY
Albuquerque The University of New Mexico Press 1968 First Edition Cloth Very Good + Very Good - Archaeology Size: Approx. 6 1/4" x 9 1/2" Photographs 
"The life of Earl Halstead Morris (1889-1956) coincides with the great period of scientific interest in the prehistory of the San Juan Drainage of New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Arizona." 204 pages with index. Decorative white cloth covers with image of Morris on front and ruins on back. DJ in VG- condition with chipping/small tears to top edge and top spine, small tears to corners, some dirt spots, browning throughout. Cover corners are lightly bumped, spine tips are bent. Top page edge has foxing. Interior is tight and clean. Errata note card inserted before Index describing the problems with the numbering for the book. Book in VG+ condition. 
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19 Petersen, Richard G. PRELIMINARY GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE EMMETT WASH NE QUADRANGLE, COCONINO VALLEY, ARIZONA
Washington D.C. U.S. Geological Survey 1959 Paper Cover Very Good Geological Survey Size: Approx. 9 1/4" x 12" Map 
Mineral Investigations Field Studies Map MF-215. Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey. Black/white map with red elevation lines measuring 31" x 32" (unfolded) inside a brown paper envelope. Ex. museum blue stamp on front of envelope and left lower corner of map. Envelope is dirty with creasing to edges, corners. Map is clean, some minor creasing along left side, no marks or tears. 
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20 Pinart, Alphonse JOURNEY TO ARIZONA IN 1876
Los Angeles The Zamorano Club 1962 Cloth Very Good+ No Jacket Arizona Size: Approx. 6 1/2" x 10" Fold Out Map 
Translated from the French by George H. Whitney. Biography & Bibliography of Pinart by Henry R. Wagner. Introduction & Notes by Carl S. Dentzel. 47 pages with references. Foldout map of Pinart's voyage to California and Arizona. Black cloth covers with gilt title on spine. Cover corners are bumped, edges lightly rubbed. Interior tight and clean. Book is VG+. 
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