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1Author:  McLaughlin, Herbert, 1918-1991 McLaughlin, Dorothy, 1912-Requires cookie*
 Title:  Herbert and Dorothy McLaughlin Black and White Photography [Images 0-10019] circa 1850s-1977 ead 
 Date(s):  circa 1850s-1977 
 Abstract:  This collection houses 104,308 black and white photographs taken by Herb and Dot McLaughlin. The majority of these images were produced for commercial clients; thus, their content varies widely. Arizona subjects (as formulated by the McLaughlins) include agriculture, irrigation, and floods; cities; city and county government; construction; dams (including Roosevelt Dam and Glen Canyon Dam); governors; homes; hotels, resorts, and bars; Native Americans; the military; mines and mining; national parks and monuments (including the Grand Canyon); ranching, cattle, and livestock; recreation; rodeos; parades; shopping centers; the State capitol; and transportation. Phoenix subjects (also formulated by the McLaughlins) include aerial views; agriculture, irrigation, and floods; airports (including Sky Harbor); the American Graduate School of International Management; banks; churches; construction; hospitals; hotels, resorts, and bars; museums, parks, and monuments; newspaper, television and radio; the Phoenix police and fire departments; softball; recreation; shopping centers; schools and students; transportation (including cars, trains, buses, bicycles, and horse-drawn conveyances); and utilities, power, telephone, and telegraph. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Arizona Collection 
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2Author:  McLaughlin, Herbert, 1918-1991 McLaughlin, Dorothy, 1912-Requires cookie*
 Title:  Herbert and Dorothy McLaughlin Black and White Photography [Images 90000-99999] circa 1850s-1977 ead 
 Date(s):  circa 1850s-1977 
 Abstract:  This collection houses 104,308 black and white photographs taken by Herb and Dot McLaughlin. The majority of these images were produced for commercial clients; thus, their content varies widely. Arizona subjects (as formulated by the McLaughlins) include agriculture, irrigation, and floods; cities; city and county government; construction; dams (including Roosevelt Dam and Glen Canyon Dam); governors; homes; hotels, resorts, and bars; Native Americans; the military; mines and mining; national parks and monuments (including the Grand Canyon); ranching, cattle, and livestock; recreation; rodeos; parades; shopping centers; the State capitol; and transportation. Phoenix subjects (also formulated by the McLaughlins) include aerial views; agriculture, irrigation, and floods; airports (including Sky Harbor); the American Graduate School of International Management; banks; churches; construction; hospitals; hotels, resorts, and bars; museums, parks, and monuments; newspaper, television and radio; the Phoenix police and fire departments; softball; recreation; shopping centers; schools and students; transportation (including cars, trains, buses, bicycles, and horse-drawn conveyances); and utilities, power, telephone, and telegraph. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Arizona Collection 
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3Author:  McLaughlin, Herbert, 1918-1991 McLaughlin, Dorothy, 1912-Requires cookie*
 Title:  Herbert and Dorothy McLaughlin Black and White Photography [Images 100000-104308] circa 1850s-1977 ead 
 Date(s):  circa 1850s-1977 
 Abstract:  This collection houses 104,308 black and white photographs taken by Herb and Dot McLaughlin. The majority of these images were produced for commercial clients; thus, their content varies widely. Arizona subjects (as formulated by the McLaughlins) include agriculture, irrigation, and floods; cities; city and county government; construction; dams (including Roosevelt Dam and Glen Canyon Dam); governors; homes; hotels, resorts, and bars; Native Americans; the military; mines and mining; national parks and monuments (including the Grand Canyon); ranching, cattle, and livestock; recreation; rodeos; parades; shopping centers; the State capitol; and transportation. Phoenix subjects (also formulated by the McLaughlins) include aerial views; agriculture, irrigation, and floods; airports (including Sky Harbor); the American Graduate School of International Management; banks; churches; construction; hospitals; hotels, resorts, and bars; museums, parks, and monuments; newspaper, television and radio; the Phoenix police and fire departments; softball; recreation; shopping centers; schools and students; transportation (including cars, trains, buses, bicycles, and horse-drawn conveyances); and utilities, power, telephone, and telegraph. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Arizona Collection 
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4Author:  McLaughlin, Herbert, 1918-1991 McLaughlin, Dorothy, 1912-Requires cookie*
 Title:  Herbert and Dorothy McLaughlin Black and White Photography [Images 10020-19999] circa 1850s-1977 ead 
 Date(s):  circa 1850s-1977 
 Abstract:  This collection houses 104,308 black and white photographs taken by Herb and Dot McLaughlin. The majority of these images were produced for commercial clients; thus, their content varies widely. Arizona subjects (as formulated by the McLaughlins) include agriculture, irrigation, and floods; cities; city and county government; construction; dams (including Roosevelt Dam and Glen Canyon Dam); governors; homes; hotels, resorts, and bars; Native Americans; the military; mines and mining; national parks and monuments (including the Grand Canyon); ranching, cattle, and livestock; recreation; rodeos; parades; shopping centers; the State capitol; and transportation. Phoenix subjects (also formulated by the McLaughlins) include aerial views; agriculture, irrigation, and floods; airports (including Sky Harbor); the American Graduate School of International Management; banks; churches; construction; hospitals; hotels, resorts, and bars; museums, parks, and monuments; newspaper, television and radio; the Phoenix police and fire departments; softball; recreation; shopping centers; schools and students; transportation (including cars, trains, buses, bicycles, and horse-drawn conveyances); and utilities, power, telephone, and telegraph. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Arizona Collection 
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5Author:  McLaughlin, Herbert, 1918-1991 McLaughlin, Dorothy, 1912-Requires cookie*
 Title:  Herbert and Dorothy McLaughlin Black and White Photography [Images 20000-30011] circa 1850s-1977 ead 
 Date(s):  circa 1850s-1977 
 Abstract:  This collection houses 104,308 black and white photographs taken by Herb and Dot McLaughlin. The majority of these images were produced for commercial clients; thus, their content varies widely. Arizona subjects (as formulated by the McLaughlins) include agriculture, irrigation, and floods; cities; city and county government; construction; dams (including Roosevelt Dam and Glen Canyon Dam); governors; homes; hotels, resorts, and bars; Native Americans; the military; mines and mining; national parks and monuments (including the Grand Canyon); ranching, cattle, and livestock; recreation; rodeos; parades; shopping centers; the State capitol; and transportation. Phoenix subjects (also formulated by the McLaughlins) include aerial views; agriculture, irrigation, and floods; airports (including Sky Harbor); the American Graduate School of International Management; banks; churches; construction; hospitals; hotels, resorts, and bars; museums, parks, and monuments; newspaper, television and radio; the Phoenix police and fire departments; softball; recreation; shopping centers; schools and students; transportation (including cars, trains, buses, bicycles, and horse-drawn conveyances); and utilities, power, telephone, and telegraph. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Arizona Collection 
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6Author:  McLaughlin, Herbert, 1918-1991 McLaughlin, Dorothy, 1912-Requires cookie*
 Title:  Herbert and Dorothy McLaughlin Black and White Photography [Images 30012-39999] circa 1850s-1977 ead 
 Date(s):  circa 1850s-1977 
 Abstract:  This collection houses 104,308 black and white photographs taken by Herb and Dot McLaughlin. The majority of these images were produced for commercial clients; thus, their content varies widely. Arizona subjects (as formulated by the McLaughlins) include agriculture, irrigation, and floods; cities; city and county government; construction; dams (including Roosevelt Dam and Glen Canyon Dam); governors; homes; hotels, resorts, and bars; Native Americans; the military; mines and mining; national parks and monuments (including the Grand Canyon); ranching, cattle, and livestock; recreation; rodeos; parades; shopping centers; the State capitol; and transportation. Phoenix subjects (also formulated by the McLaughlins) include aerial views; agriculture, irrigation, and floods; airports (including Sky Harbor); the American Graduate School of International Management; banks; churches; construction; hospitals; hotels, resorts, and bars; museums, parks, and monuments; newspaper, television and radio; the Phoenix police and fire departments; softball; recreation; shopping centers; schools and students; transportation (including cars, trains, buses, bicycles, and horse-drawn conveyances); and utilities, power, telephone, and telegraph. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Arizona Collection 
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7Author:  McLaughlin, Herbert, 1918-1991 McLaughlin, Dorothy, 1912-Requires cookie*
 Title:  Herbert and Dorothy McLaughlin Black and White Photography [Images 40000-49999] circa 1850s-1977 ead 
 Date(s):  circa 1850s-1977 
 Abstract:  This collection houses 104,308 black and white photographs taken by Herb and Dot McLaughlin. The majority of these images were produced for commercial clients; thus, their content varies widely. Arizona subjects (as formulated by the McLaughlins) include agriculture, irrigation, and floods; cities; city and county government; construction; dams (including Roosevelt Dam and Glen Canyon Dam); governors; homes; hotels, resorts, and bars; Native Americans; the military; mines and mining; national parks and monuments (including the Grand Canyon); ranching, cattle, and livestock; recreation; rodeos; parades; shopping centers; the State capitol; and transportation. Phoenix subjects (also formulated by the McLaughlins) include aerial views; agriculture, irrigation, and floods; airports (including Sky Harbor); the American Graduate School of International Management; banks; churches; construction; hospitals; hotels, resorts, and bars; museums, parks, and monuments; newspaper, television and radio; the Phoenix police and fire departments; softball; recreation; shopping centers; schools and students; transportation (including cars, trains, buses, bicycles, and horse-drawn conveyances); and utilities, power, telephone, and telegraph. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Arizona Collection 
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8Author:  McLaughlin, Herbert, 1918-1991 McLaughlin, Dorothy, 1912-Requires cookie*
 Title:  Herbert and Dorothy McLaughlin Black and White Photography [Images 60000-69999] circa 1850s-1977 ead 
 Date(s):  circa 1850s-1977 
 Abstract:  This collection houses 104,308 black and white photographs taken by Herb and Dot McLaughlin. The majority of these images were produced for commercial clients; thus, their content varies widely. Arizona subjects (as formulated by the McLaughlins) include agriculture, irrigation, and floods; cities; city and county government; construction; dams (including Roosevelt Dam and Glen Canyon Dam); governors; homes; hotels, resorts, and bars; Native Americans; the military; mines and mining; national parks and monuments (including the Grand Canyon); ranching, cattle, and livestock; recreation; rodeos; parades; shopping centers; the State capitol; and transportation. Phoenix subjects (also formulated by the McLaughlins) include aerial views; agriculture, irrigation, and floods; airports (including Sky Harbor); the American Graduate School of International Management; banks; churches; construction; hospitals; hotels, resorts, and bars; museums, parks, and monuments; newspaper, television and radio; the Phoenix police and fire departments; softball; recreation; shopping centers; schools and students; transportation (including cars, trains, buses, bicycles, and horse-drawn conveyances); and utilities, power, telephone, and telegraph. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Arizona Collection 
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9Author:  McLaughlin, Herbert, 1918-1991 McLaughlin, Dorothy, 1912-Requires cookie*
 Title:  Herbert and Dorothy McLaughlin Black and White Photography [Images 70000-79999] circa 1850s-1977 ead 
 Date(s):  circa 1850s-1977 
 Abstract:  This collection houses 104,308 black and white photographs taken by Herb and Dot McLaughlin. The majority of these images were produced for commercial clients; thus, their content varies widely. Arizona subjects (as formulated by the McLaughlins) include agriculture, irrigation, and floods; cities; city and county government; construction; dams (including Roosevelt Dam and Glen Canyon Dam); governors; homes; hotels, resorts, and bars; Native Americans; the military; mines and mining; national parks and monuments (including the Grand Canyon); ranching, cattle, and livestock; recreation; rodeos; parades; shopping centers; the State capitol; and transportation. Phoenix subjects (also formulated by the McLaughlins) include aerial views; agriculture, irrigation, and floods; airports (including Sky Harbor); the American Graduate School of International Management; banks; churches; construction; hospitals; hotels, resorts, and bars; museums, parks, and monuments; newspaper, television and radio; the Phoenix police and fire departments; softball; recreation; shopping centers; schools and students; transportation (including cars, trains, buses, bicycles, and horse-drawn conveyances); and utilities, power, telephone, and telegraph. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Arizona Collection 
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10Author:  McLaughlin, Herbert, 1918-1991 McLaughlin, Dorothy, 1912-Requires cookie*
 Title:  Herbert and Dorothy McLaughlin Black and White Photography [Images 80000-89999] circa 1850s-1977 ead 
 Date(s):  circa 1850s-1977 
 Abstract:  This collection houses 104,308 black and white photographs taken by Herb and Dot McLaughlin. The majority of these images were produced for commercial clients; thus, their content varies widely. Arizona subjects (as formulated by the McLaughlins) include agriculture, irrigation, and floods; cities; city and county government; construction; dams (including Roosevelt Dam and Glen Canyon Dam); governors; homes; hotels, resorts, and bars; Native Americans; the military; mines and mining; national parks and monuments (including the Grand Canyon); ranching, cattle, and livestock; recreation; rodeos; parades; shopping centers; the State capitol; and transportation. Phoenix subjects (also formulated by the McLaughlins) include aerial views; agriculture, irrigation, and floods; airports (including Sky Harbor); the American Graduate School of International Management; banks; churches; construction; hospitals; hotels, resorts, and bars; museums, parks, and monuments; newspaper, television and radio; the Phoenix police and fire departments; softball; recreation; shopping centers; schools and students; transportation (including cars, trains, buses, bicycles, and horse-drawn conveyances); and utilities, power, telephone, and telegraph. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Arizona Collection 
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11Author:  Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998Requires cookie*
 Title:  Barry M. Goldwater Historic Photograph Collection 1850s-1960s ead 
 Date(s):  1850s-1960s 
 Abstract:  This collection houses photographs showing variety of subjects pertaining to Arizona, including views of desert flora and fauna, landscapes, military, mining, Native Americans, agriculture, buildings, street scenes, transportation, and people and places. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Arizona Collection 
 Subjects:  Agriculture -- Arizona -- Phoenix -- Photographs. | Buildings -- Arizona -- Phoenix -- Photographs. | Cowboys -- Arizona -- Phoenix -- Photographs. | Deserts -- Arizona -- Photographs. | Deserts -- Southwest, New -- Photographs. | Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Photographs. | Mines and mineral resources -- Arizona -- Photographs. | Rodeos -- Arizona -- Phoenix -- Photographs. | Transportation -- Arizona -- Photographs. 
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12Author:  Hayden, Carl Trumbull, 1877-1972Requires cookie*
 Title:  Carl T. Hayden Photograph Collection 1850-1979 1900-1979 ead 
 Date(s):  1850-1979 
 Abstract:  The Carl T. Hayden Photograph collection houses 2,431 photographs documenting Carl T. Hayden and the extended Hayden family. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Arizona Collection 
 Subjects:  Agriculture -- Arizona. | Civil rights -- United States. | Civil service -- United States. | Conservation of natural resources -- Arizona. | Copper industry and trade -- Arizona. | Flood control -- Arizona. | Indians of North America -- Arizona. | Legislators -- United States. | Mexican American agricultural laborers -- Arizona. | Mines and mineral resources -- Arizona. | Range management -- Arizona. | Reclamation of land -- Arizona. | Water resources development -- Arizona. 
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13Author:  Snider, Samuel E.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Samuel E. Snider Collection ca. 1850-1920 ead 
 Date(s):  ca. 1850-1920 
 Abstract:  Papers and photographs of Reverend Samuel E. Snider related to his missionary work at Fort Defiance, Arizona during the period ca. 1894-1896 
 Repository:  Arizona Historical Society/Flagstaff Archives 
 Subjects:  Indians of North America--Arizona. | Navajo Indians. | Hopi Indians. | Missionaries--Arizona. 
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14Author:  Sedgwick, Thomas S.Requires cookie*
 Title:  General Thomas S. Sedgwick Collection, 1850-1910. ead 
 Date(s):  1850-1910. 
 Abstract:  This collection consists of personal letters, professional correspondence and receipts of Thomas S. Sedgwick. Serving in the Union Army during the Civil War where he reached the rank of General. Later, he served in the U.S. Interior Department as railroad surveyor and engineer. Much of the correspondence pertains to his work with the Memphis and El Paso Railroad, later to become the Texas Pacific Railroad where he served as Chief of Engineers. He also served as President of the Board of State Harbor Commissioners at San Diego, California in 1890-1900. 
 Repository:  Cline Library. Special Collections and Archives Department. 
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15Author:  Kolb, EmeryRequires cookie*
 Title:  Emery Kolb Collection, 1850-1988. ead 
 Date(s):  1850-1988. 
 Abstract:  Emery Kolb saved an enormous file of correspondence, business records and materials on subjects of interest. The business records are value to those who are interested in the history of Kolb's struggle with the National Park Service and the Fred Harvey Corporation. The correspondence sheds light on personal relations within the family, friendships, working relationships, and again, various altercations with other business and institutional interests. All the manuscript materials which are not unique to the collection are available on microfilm. 
 Repository:  Cline Library. Special Collections and Archives Department. 
 Subjects:  Photographers--Arizona | Photographers--Arizona--Diaries | Scrapbooks--Arizona | Diaries | Photography--Arizona | Photography--Arizona--Grand Canyon | Travel photography | Documentary photography | Rivers--Arizona--Recreational use | Canyons--Arizona 
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16Author:  U.S. Geological Survey and othersRequires cookie*
 Title:  John Wesley Powell Display Collection, 1850s to 1960s. ead 
 Date(s):  1850s to 1960s. 
 Abstract:  Images of and about John Wesley Powell. 
 Repository:  Cline Library. Special Collections and Archives Department. 
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17Author:  Peggy Slusser and othersRequires cookie*
 Title:  Civil War Collection 1850s-2012 ead 
 Date(s):  1850s-2012 
 Abstract:  This collection focuses on the American Civil War and the history and culture of the Civil War era. It contains battlefield artifacts, such as weapons and uniform elements; currency; presidential campaign medallions, and literature; photographs and albums; newspapers; correspondence; memorial postcards; military orders; illustrations; and postage stamps. Most of the items are from the collection of Peggy Slusser. 
 Repository:  Postal History Foundation, Peggy J. Slusser Memorial Philatelic Library 
 Subjects:  Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh), 1820-1891. | Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. | Confederate States of America. | United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865. | United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Correspondence. 
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18Author:  unknownRequires cookie*
 Title:  Gardner Family Papers, SHM MS-7 1850-1997 ead 
 Date(s):  1850-1997 
 Abstract:  James I. Gardner came to Prescott to seek his fortune. After observing, working and saving, he was able to acquire a store in Prescott, and even opened a store in Jerome, Arizona for a time. His son became a rancher and cowboy in his own rite. Many family members still work and live in Arizona. This collection primarily consists of ledger books from J. I. Merchantile, but also includes photos and negatives of family, friends and travel. 
 Repository:  Sharlot Hall Museum Library & Archives 
 Subjects:  Military Parade 
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19Author:  Ruskin, John, 1819-1900.Requires cookie*
 Title:  John Ruskin letters 1850-1879 ead 
 Date(s):  1850-1879 
 Abstract:  John Ruskin, 1819-1900, was an English art critic, social reformer, and author. Portfolio contains 12 signed holograph letters sent by Ruskin to William Roscoe Osler and his father, T. Smith Osler, 1873 to 1879; 12 others are to his friend Charles H. Woodd, circa 1850 to 1879. Several of the letters are undated. Also included are typewritten transcripts of the letters to the Oslers, which concern William's career in art. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
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20Author:  Sacramento County (Calif.). Recorder's Office.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Transcript of marks and brands of Yolo County (California) 1850-1874 ead 
 Date(s):  1850-1874 
 Abstract:  Log of cattle and horse brands. The 241 entries, on 57 leaves, were originally entered at the Recorder's Office of Yolo County (Calif.), from October 3, 1850 through August 17, 1874. Information recorded includes rancher's name, description and drawing of earmark and brand, date recorded, and name and title of person recording 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Cattle brands -- California -- Yolo County. | Earmarks -- California -- Yolo County. | Horse owners -- California -- Yolo County. | Ranches -- California -- History -- 19th century -- Sources. 
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