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1Author:  Fontana, Hazel McFeely, 1931-Requires cookie*
 Title:  Original drawings of Hazel McFeely Fontana, 1961-1962 ead 
 Date(s):  1961-1962 
 Abstract:  60 original pen and ink drawings for Edward H. Spicer's Cycles of Conquest, published by the University of Arizona Press, 1962. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Indians of North America--Arizona--Pictorial works. 
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2Author:  Elmer, CarlosRequires cookie*
 Title:  Carlos Hall Elmer Photographs circa 1938-1988 ead 
 Date(s):  circa 1938-1988 
 Abstract:  The Carlos H. Elmer Photographs consist principally of work created by Elmer during his career as a commercial photographer in Arizona. Other images depict different parts of the United States and foreign countries. 
 Repository:  Arizona State University Library. Greater Arizona Collection 
 Subjects:  Navajo Indians -- Pictorial works. | Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Pictorial works. 
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3Author:  unknownRequires cookie*
 Title:  Arizona Postcards Collection 1891-1990 ead 
 Date(s):  1891-1990 
 Abstract:  This is a collection of approximately 600 postcards relating to the State of Arizona. The postcards in the collection date from 1891 through the 1990s, but most of the items are from Arizona’s Territorial period through to the early 1920s. The collection includes real photo cards, greeting cards, and panoramic cards. The postcards in this collection are a visual demonstration of how Arizona has changed since the territorial period and many of the cards show buildings, people and ways of life which no longer exist. Messages on the reverse of these postcards comment on the experiences of inhabitants and visitors. Postmarks show post offices and in some cases towns which have disappeared, and demonstrate modes of postal delivery (such as railway post) which were key to the development of transportation throughout the western United States. 
 Repository:  Postal History Foundation, Peggy J. Slusser Memorial Philatelic Library 
 Subjects:  Postal service--United States--History. | Postcards--Arizona. | Tourism--Arizona--History. | Parks--Arizona. | Indians of North America--Arizona--Pictorial works. 
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4Author:  Requires cookie*
 Title:  Arizona, Southwestern and Borderlands Photograph Collection1873-2018 (bulk 1920-1970) ead 
 Date(s):  1873-2018 
 Abstract:  The Arizona, Southwestern and Borderland photograph collection is an artificially created collection that
 consists of many folders containing photographs, from various sources, of Arizona, New Mexico, and Mexico arranged by topics including places, people, events and activities, and dating from about 1875 to the present, but mostly after 1920. Formats include postcards, stereographs, cartes-de-visite, cabinet cards, cyanotypes, view books, photograph albums, panoramas and photoprints. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Rural schools -- Arizona -- Pictorial works | Mines and mineral resources -- Arizona -- Pictorial works | Ranches -- Arizona -- Pictorial works | Automobiles -- Arizona -- Pictorial works | Indians of North America--Arizona--Pictorial works. | Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- Pictorial works | Navajo Indians -- Pictorial works | Hopi Indians -- Pictorial works | Apache Indians -- Pictorial works 
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