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1Author:  unknownRequires cookie*
 Title:  Sharlot M. Hall Papers, SHM MS-12 1818-1996 (predominantly 1888-1941) ead 
 Date(s):  1818-1996 (predominantly 1888-1941) 
 Abstract:  Sharlot Mabridth Hall was the first curator and is the namesake of the Sharlot Hall Museum. Her collection is the cornerstone to the Museum’s archives and includes a variety of personal items and records, as well as materials from when she was Arizona’s Territorial Historian. Sharlot was a pioneer, poet, journalist, editor, author, and Arizona’s representative for carrying Arizona’s votes to the Electoral College in 1924. Her large collection contains personal and Territorial Historian correspondence, diaries, journals, scrapbooks, manuscripts, newspaper clippings, notes, and records. 
 Repository:  Sharlot Hall Museum Library & Archives 
 Subjects:  Arizona--History. | Arizona. Territorial Library 
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2Author:  Stabler, Alvin K.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Alvin K. Stabler poem, ead 
 Date(s):  unknown 
 Abstract:  Collection contains a hand-written poem “An Old Timers Lament” by Alvin Stabler. 
 Repository:  Museum of Northern Arizona 
 Subjects:  Arizona--History | Arizona--Poetry 
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3Author:  Fish, Joseph, 1840-1926Requires cookie*
 Title:  Joseph Fish collection ead 
 Date(s):  unknown 
 Repository:  Museum of Northern Arizona 
 Subjects:  Arizona -- History | Mormon cities and towns | Mormon pioneers 
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4Author:  unknownRequires cookie*
 Title:  Amanda Graham Correspondence, 1907–19101907-1910 ead 
 Date(s):  1907-1910 
 Abstract:  Amanda Graham was a Tucson resident during the Arizona Territorial period, which dated from February 24, 1863 to February 14, 1912 when Arizona officially became a state. The incoming postal materials span from 1907–1910. The correspondence in this collection provides a snapshot of the life experiences of Amanda Graham, a woman living in the Arizona Territory during the early 1900s, along with those of her family and acquaintances located throughout various regions of the country. Family news, health, and crop growth are a few of the topics discussed. The collection also includes a few pieces of business correspondence, such as bills and credit notifications. From a postal history perspective, the envelopes may be of interest because of the flag cancels and Tucson Territorial backstamps. 
 Repository:  Peggy J. Slusser Memorial Philatelic Library 
 Subjects:  Cancellations (Philately) -- United States. | Postal History Foundation. | Arizona -- History . | Tucson (Ariz.) -- History. | Postal Service -- Arizona -- History. 
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5Author:  Pfister, A. J. (A. Jack)Requires cookie*
 Title:  Jack Pfister Papers 1962-2009 ead 
 Date(s):  1962-2009 
 Abstract:  This collection houses research files, articles, reports, publications, notebooks, and other materials documenting Jack Pfister's research on Arizona history (including politics, famous persons, water resource development, Mormon pioneers, and Arizona statehood) and work with minority student recruitment and retention at Arizona State University. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Arizona Collection 
 Subjects:  Arizona -- History. | Arizona -- Politics and government. | Minority college students -- Arizona. | United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century. | Water resources development -- Arizona. 
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6Author:  Cline, PlattRequires cookie*
 Title:  Platt Cline collection, ead 
 Date(s):  unknown 
 Repository:  Museum of Northern Arizona 
 Subjects:  Hopi language | Hopi mythology | Hopi philosophy | Logging—Arizona—History | Lumber camps—Arizona | ArizonaHistory 
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7Author:  Melcher, Mary S.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Planned Parenthood Interviews by Mary Melcher, 2010 ead 
 Date(s):  2010 
 Abstract:  5 oral history interviews related to Planned Parenthood, reproductive rights, feminism, politics and health care in Southern Arizona conducted by Mary Melcher in 2010 with the following individuals: Priscilla Robinson, Janet Marcus, Reyn Voevodsky, Judy Tamsen, and Michael Smith. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  ArizonaHistory. | Oral history. | Birth control. | Abortion -- Moral and ethical aspects. | Abortion. | Pregnancy, Unwanted -- Decision making. | Contraception. | Clergy -- Political activity -- United States. 
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8Author:  unknownRequires cookie*
 Title:  Earl Zarbin Collection ead 
 Date(s):  unknown 
 Abstract:  This manuscript collection consists of research notes, copies of secondary and primary source material, and unpublished papers written by Earl Zarbin and other historians and researchers that Zarbin was in contact with. After processing, there are 35 boxes of manuscript material. There are also 2 video tapes, 4 audio cassette tapes, and 3 CD ROMS. 
 Repository:  Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, Archives and Records Management 
 Subjects:  Central ArizonaProject (U.S.) | Gila River IndianCommunity, Gila River Reservation, Arizona | Water | Arizona--History | Theodore Roosevelt Dam(Ariz.) | Water rights 
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9Author:  unknownRequires cookie*
 Title:  Andrew Wallace Papers, SHM MS-13 1828-1895 ead 
 Date(s):  1828-1895 
 Abstract:  The Andrew Wallace Papers collection contains microfilm and photocopies of the diaries of General August Valentine Kautz, written between 1859 and 1894, as well as related materials such as 30 rolls of microfilm of official U.S. Army documents at various Arizona army posts. These include Fort Whipple, Camp Lincoln, Fort Verde, etc. - all pertaining to the career of General Kautz. In addition, the collection contains research materials related to the Sitgreaves Expedition (1851), the Amiel Weeks Whipple Expedition (1853-1854) and the Joseph Christmas Ives Expedition (1857-1858). In the collection there are a variety of maps, journals, illustrations, scholarly articles, biographical sources and genealogical materials. All resources were copied, composed or collected by the donor, Andrew Wallace between 1963 and 1984. 
 Repository:  Sharlot Hall Museum 
 Subjects:  Arizona History | Civil War | Fort Steilacoom (Wash.) | Fort Verde (Ariz.) | Nisqually Indians | San Carlos Indian Reservation (Ariz.) | Sitgreaves Expedition (1851) | United States, Army, Cavalry, 6th | United States, Board of Indian Commissioners | Yavapai Indians | Western Apache Indians | Whipple Barracks (Ariz.) 
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10Author:  Arizona State University Libraries. Department of Archives and Special CollectionsRequires cookie*
 Title:  Arizona Collection Small Manuscripts [CM MSM 501-CM MSM 750] 1701-2009 1850-2009 ead 
 Date(s):  1701-2009 
 Abstract:  This guide describes all of the small manuscript collections held in ASC's Arizona Collection. These collections generally consist of 1-2 folders and document Arizona as a territory and state. Manuscripts, personal papers, and professional papers are included. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Arizona Collection 
 Subjects:  Transportation | Commuting | Streets | Trolley | Buses | Water Projects | Irrigation Canals | Safford, Arizona | Yuma, Arizona | Houses | Floods | Families | Pioneers -- Southwestern States | Aztec Land & Cattle Company | Cattle trade -- History | Land Claims | Crime | Criminals | Bibliographies | Manuscripts | Water Quality | United States Department of State | International Boundary & Water Commission | Minutes | Press Releases | Arizona -- History -- To 1912 | Subsistence Homestead Program | Agriculture | Housing | Actions and defenses 
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