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1Author:  Davison, ElizabethRequires cookie*
 Title:  University of Arizona Campus Landscape oral history audio cassettes, 2003 ead 
 Date(s):  2003 
 Abstract:  The University of Arizona Campus Landscape oral history audio cassettes measure 1 linear foot and consist of 13 audio cassettes containing interviews with ten individuals who were responsible for, or lent perspective to, natural resource decisions that influenced the University of Arizona's campus landscape development over a century. Envisioned by Elizabeth Davison, Founding Director of the UA Campus Arboretum, and recorded by students from the Environmental Decision Making in Applied Anthropology course in 2003, topics covered in the oral histories include descriptions of how the campus landscape once appeared, how it was maintained, a campus plant walk, and the origin of some plant types now found on campus. The collection includes edited, revised and final, formatted transcripts of each oral history, project notes, and articles related to the campus landscape. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Landscape architecture | Landscapes -- Arizona -- Tucson Region -- Pictorial works | Oral history -- Arizona | Urban beautification -- Arizona -- Tucson 
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2Author:  Tucson at the Millennium CommitteeRequires cookie*
 Title:  Tucson at the Millennium photograph collection1999-2000 ead 
 Date(s):  1999-2000 
 Abstract:  This collection is made up of photographs taken in the years 1999 and 2000. The bulk of the collection is from 1999. The collection gives a historical view of Tucson at the edge of the Millennium. The photos were taken by amateurs, professionals, and people from all walks of life. They capture individual visions of what embodied Tucson in 1999. The majority of photographs are color or black-and-white prints and range in size from 4” x 6” to 16” x 20”. Many are matted and some are framed. 
 Repository:  Main Library Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Photography – Arizona – Tucson– Exhibitions. | Photography – Arizona – Tucson – Pictorial works. | Artists – Arizona – Tucson – Exhibitions. | Architecture– Arizona – Tucson – Pictorial works | Street signs in art | Signs and signboards – Arizona – Tucson – Pictorial works | Landscapes -- Arizona -- Tucson RegionPictorial Works | Cactus -- Arizona – Tucson – Pictorial Works | Human beings in art 
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