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1Author:  Ellison, Glenn R., b. 1891Requires cookie*
 Title:  Glenn R. Slim Ellison Collection 1965-1981 ead 
 Date(s):  1965-1981 
 Abstract:  The Glenn R. Slim Ellison Collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, and printed matter dating from 1965 to 1981. The majority of the collection is comprised of manuscripts and typescripts of Ellison's published and unpublished works. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library Arizona Collection 
 Subjects:  Cowboys -- Arizona. | Cattle brands -- Arizona. 
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2Author:  Pickrell, Charles Ulen, 1892-1962Requires cookie*
 Title:  Charles Ulen Pickrell papers, 1891-1962 (bulk 1940-1961) ead 
 Date(s):  1891-1962 (bulk 1940-1961) 
 Abstract:  This collection includes personal and official correspondence, photographs, articles, speeches, clippings, notes and related material on cowboys, Arizona pioneers, cattle industry and agriculture. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Cowboys -- Poetry | Cattle trade -- Arizona | Pioneers -- Arizona | Cattle brands -- Arizona 
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3Author:  Chambers, George W, 1901-1978Requires cookie*
 Title:  George W. Chambers Papers, 1820-1971 (bulk 1880-1945) ead 
 Date(s):  1820-1971 (bulk 1880-1945) 
 Abstract:  Correspondence, notes, historical documents and photographs relating to George W. Chambers’ historical interests as well as his business and civic involvement. 
 Repository:  Arizona Historical Society / Tucson Archives 
 Subjects:  World War, 1939-1945 -- Arizona -- Tucson. | Schools -- Arizona -- Greaterville. | Cattle brands -- Arizona. | Parades -- Arizona -- Tucson. | City planning -- Arizona -- Tucson. | Criminals -- Arizona -- Tombstone. | Tourism -- Arizona -- Tucson. | Streets -- Arizona -- Tucson. 
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4Author:  Riggs, John Casey, 1874-1943.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Riggs Family Papers 1878-1998 (1900-1942) ead 
 Date(s):  1878-1998 
 Abstract:  This collection contains materials documenting the Riggs pioneer family history from the time Brannick Riggs married Mary Elizabeth Robbins in Texas in 1856, their first wagon train move to Colorado in 1871, and several years later relocating again to southeastern Arizona, arriving and settling in Sulphur Springs Valley in 1879. Their eighth child, John Casey Riggs (1874-1943), was the family’s historian and creator of the bulk of the papers. The collection includes Our El Dorado, a biographical book written by John C. Riggs and his daughter, Jeanette Riggs Roll. Also included in the collection are biographical manuscripts; diaries and journals; business and personal correspondence; business records and ledgers; printed materials, including pamphlets, catalogs, newspapers and clippings; homestead land and mine patents; political papers of John Casey Riggs; maps; and photographs and negatives. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Apache Indians--Arizona. | Banks and banking--Arizona. | Cattle brands--Arizona. | Cattle trade--Arizona--History. | Comanche Indians--Texas--History--19th century. | Frontier and pioneer life--Arizona--Cochise County. | Grazing--Arizona. | Lawyers--Arizona. | Mines and mineral resources--Arizona--Cochise County. | Politicians--Arizona--Biography. | Ranches--Arizona--Cochise County--History--Records and Correspondence. 
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5Author:  Sanford, Don AlonzoRequires cookie*
 Title:  Don Alonzo Sanford Papers Collection 1812-1983 1870-1915 ead 
 Date(s):  1812-1983 
 Abstract:  Papers, 1812-1983 (bulk 1870-1915). This collection contains materials relating to Don Alonzo Sanford, a prominent resident of Territorial Arizona who was a Patagonia cattle/ sheep rancher and Tucson politician, as well as a successful Washington, D.C. businessman. This collection is comprised of correspondence, documents, deeds, diaries/ledgers and photographs. The bulk of the material relates to Sanford’s Arizona ranch as well as his varied business interests in both Tucson and Washington, D.C. The collection also contains legal records relating to the San Jose de Sonoita land grant. Also included are various maps, blueprints, postcards and negatives. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Sheep industry -- Arizona -- History -- Sources | Cattle trade -- Arizona -- History | Cattle brands -- Arizona | Cattle brands -- Texas | Frontier and pioneer life -- Arizona | Indians of North America—Texas | Kiowa Indians | Comanche Indians | Indians of North America -- Claims against | Land titles -- Arizona -- History -- Sources | Land grants -- Arizona | San Jose de Sonoita Land Grant (Ariz.) | Ranches -- Arizona -- Records and correspondence 
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