Arizona Collection Ephemera: Arts, Recreation, and Entertainment 1887-2009 (Bulk 1940-2009)

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Arizona Collection Ephemera: Arts, Recreation, and Entertainment 1887-2009 (Bulk 1940-2009)

CE EPH F-FH


Overview of the Collection

Creator: Arizona State University Libraries. Department of Archives and Special Collections
Title: Arizona Collection Ephemera: Arts, Recreation, and Entertainment
Inclusive Dates: 1887-2009
Bulk Dates: 1940-2009
Quantity: 65 Boxes (60 Linear Feet)
Abstract:This guide describes ephemeral pieces documenting arts, recreation, and entertainment in the Southwest, including architecture, dance, cookery, motion pictures, theatre, gardening, rodeos, horse racing, literature, libraries, music, recreation, sports, and zoos held in the Arizona Collection. Where available, subject terms describing the item's content have been included. When requesting materials, researchers should refer to the piece's individual call number.
Identification: CE EPH F-FH
Language: Material in English
Repository: Arizona State University Library. Greater Arizona Collection
P.O. Box 871006
Tempe, AZ 85287-1006
Phone: (480) 965-4932
E-Mail: archives@asu.edu
Questions? Ask An Archivist!

Historical Note

The Arizona Collection has been an integral part of the Arizona State University Libraries for many years. Although no official beginning date exists, the origin of the present collection can be traced back to 1917, when Thomas J. Cookson, the College Librarian, began building a small Southwestern Collection. In 1943, the primary focus shifted to materials about Arizona.

The Arizona Collection has changed considerably in size and scope since those times. In 1985, the Collection became part of the Department of Archives and Special Collections.

The Arizona Collection contains materials in all formats. Its strengths include over 8,000 linear feet of manuscripts and personal papers; oral histories; a book collection of over 30,000 titles; and more than 500,000 photographic prints and negatives.


Scope and Content Note

This guide describes ephemeral pieces documenting arts, recreation, and entertainment in the Southwest, including architecture, dance, cookery, motion pictures, theatre, gardening, rodeos, horse racing, literature, libraries, music, recreation, sports, and zoos held in the Arizona Collection. Where available, subject terms describing the item's content have been included. When requesting materials, researchers should refer to the piece's individual call number.


Arrangement

This collection consists of sixty-five boxes divided into sixteen series:

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

To view this collection, make an appointment at least five business days prior to your visit by contacting Ask an Archivist or calling (480) 965-4932. Appointments in the Wurzburger Reading Room at Hayden Library (rm. 138) on the Tempe campus are available Monday through Friday. Check the ASU Library Hours page for current availability.

Copyright

Arizona State University does not own the copyright to this collection. We recognize that it is incumbent upon the researcher to procure permission to publish information from this collection from the owner of the copyright.


Related Material

Due to its enormity, this finding aid has been divided into two pieces. A guide describing materials cataloged under call numbers CE EPH FL through CE EPH FZ is available at http://www.azarchivesonline.org/xtf/view?docId=ead/asu/ce_eph_f_2.xml.


Access Terms

Subject(s)
Architecture
Art
Botanical gardens
Cooking
Museums
Performing arts
Rodeos

Occupation(s)
Artists


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Arizona Collection Ephemera: Arts, Recreation, and Entertainment, CE EPH [Item Number], Arizona State University Library.

Provenance

Acquired from various sources.


Container List

Series I: Arts, Crafts, Folk Art. Etc.
F-1.1Arts & Handicrafts Newsclippings, 1967
F-2.7Spanish Fiesta, 1894
Geographic Name(s)
Coronado (Calif.)

F-3Phoenix Festivals Inc. Presents...; Hello Phoenix, 1987
Hayden Papers 6051
Subject(s)
Minorities
Art
Mexican Americans

F-3.1Phoenix, Where Worlds Meet: Gateway to Diversity, 1986
Personal Name(s)
Washington, Booker T., 1909-1992

Corporate Name(s)
Arizona Humanities Council (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Mexican Americans
Minorities
African Americans
Indians of North America

F-4Fun with Flowers: A Basic Guide to Flower Arranging, 1954
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona Federation of Garden Clubs (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Art

F-5Biennial Report of Arts and Humanities in Arizona, 1966-1967
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona Commission on the Arts (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Music
Art
Museums

F-6Official Program Festival of Arts; Phoenix, Arizona, 1962 March 29-April 30
Corporate Name(s)
Phoenix Festival of Arts (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Art

F-7The Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters, 1952 July 26-August 10
Geographic Name(s)
Laguna Beach (Calif.)

Subject(s)
Art

F-8Tucson Festival of Arts, 1951 March 25-April 8
Corporate Name(s)
Tucson Festival Society (Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Art
Literature
Performing arts

F-9Governor's Arts Awards Call for Nominations, 1996
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona. Governor's Arts Awards Selection Committee (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Art

F-11Rabbit & Moon, circa 1960
Personal Name(s)
Denman, William, 1872-1959 (Author)

F-62Arizona Towns on Parade, Southwestern Fashions, 1954
Corporate Name(s)
Tucson Festival Society, Inc. (Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Art

F-64Weavers of Chimayo: An Ancient New Mexico Craft Lives On, 1953
Personal Name(s)
Clark, Neil M. (Neil McCullough), 1890-1980 (Author)

F-65/OV1Fun and Gaming, 1990
Corporate Name(s)
Nugget Casino Resort (Sparks, Nev.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Reno (Nev.)

Subject(s)
Music

F-66Craft Work In Leather
From Lester Griswold's store in Colorado Springs.
Personal Name(s)
Griswold, Lester E. (Lester Everett), 1889-1970 (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Art

F-67Forums are Fun Well Most of the Time, 1985
Personal Name(s)
Bruce, Mary Jeffries, 1904-1993 (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.)

F-68Arts in Mesa: Informational Brochures, 1991-
Subject(s)
Music
Art

F-70Art of the American West, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1991 October 26
Corporate Name(s)
Dan May & Associates (Publisher)

Occupation(s)
Artists

F-71Glittlering Recuerdos: Glass Painting Tradition of Magdalena, Sonora
Personal Name(s)
Griffith, James S. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
PimerĂ­a Alta Historical Society (Nogales, Ariz.) (Publisher)

F-72Phoenix Gift and Jewelry Show, 1993
Subject(s)
Art

F-73Gingerbread House, Pine, Arizona
Subject(s)
Restaurants

F-74The Idea of Folk Art, 1963
Corporate Name(s)
International Folk Art Foundation (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Art -- Exhibitions
Art museums

F-75The Annual Quilt Show, 1994
Geographic Name(s)
Globe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Art

Genre Form(s)
Programs

F-76Camp Wamotochick, Prescott, Arizona, circa 1920-1930
Handmade booklet probably done at camp using pine needles. Sketches inside.
Subject(s)
Camping

F-77Arizona Philatelic Workshop
Corporate Name(s)
Western Postal History Museum (Tucson, Ariz.) (Publisher)

F-78Vintage Southwest, 1994
Personal Name(s)
Krewson, Loretta E., 1940- (Author)

Genre Form(s)
Maps

F-79Southwest Arts Conference, 1995
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona Commission on the Arts (Publisher)
New Mexico. Arts Division (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Art
Performing arts

Occupation(s)
Artists

F-80La Vida Buena, 1994
Corporate Name(s)
Creative Expression (Bisbee, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Art -- Exhibitions
Art museums

Occupation(s)
Artists

F-81The Gallery McGoffin, 1981
Corporate Name(s)
The Gallery-McGoffin (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Art museums
Art -- Exhibitions

F-82The Ashes Arts Review Magazine, 1995
Geographic Name(s)
Sun City (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Literature

F-83David Hume Kennerly Photographic Archive
Corporate Name(s)
University of Texas at Austin (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Photography

F-84Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center: Informational Brochures, 1994-
Subject(s)
Indian arts -- North America

F-85Los Murales, 1992
Corporate Name(s)
Junior League of El Paso (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
El Paso (Tex.)

Subject(s)
Art

Genre Form(s)
Maps

F-87Gallery Guide, San Antonio, Texas: Informational Brochures, 1995-
Subject(s)
Art museums

Genre Form(s)
Maps

F-88Scottsdale Artwalk, 1996-
Geographic Name(s)
Scottsdale (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Art
Recreation

F-89Galeria Del Bosque, San Antonio, New Mexico: Informational Brochures, 1996-
Subject(s)
Art

F-90Tierra Wools: In the Finest Rio Grande Tradition
Geographic Name(s)
New Mexico

Subject(s)
Sheep industry

F-91The Folk Art of a New Mexican Village, 1969
Personal Name(s)
Shalkop, Robert L. (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Arroyo Hondo (N.M.)

Subject(s)
Art
Religion
Church buildings
Missions

F-92John and Sandy's Rattlesnake Crafts, Gleeson, Arizona, circa 1998
F-93The Trinity Cathedral Needlepoint Project, 1997
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Church buildings

F-94American Craft Museum: Informational Brochures
Subject(s)
Art
Museums

F-95Roadside Shrines Help Families Cope, 2000 March 12
Personal Name(s)
Trujillo, Laura (Author)

Subject(s)
Art

F-96Establishing Positive Value and Image for the Folk Arts: Principles of Effective Argumentation, 1999 January
Personal Name(s)
Trapp, Robert (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Western States Arts Federation (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Art

F-97Segura Publishing Company and Art Gallery
Subject(s)
Art -- Exhibitions
Mexican Americans
Art museums

F-98Center for the Study of Political Graphics: General Information
Corporate Name(s)
Center for the Study of Political Graphics (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Los Angeles (Calif.)

Subject(s)
Politics, Practical
Art -- Exhibitions

F-99Chandler Cultural Foundation; Informational Brochures
Geographic Name(s)
Chandler (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Art

F-101Small World Miniature Club
Subject(s)
Art -- Exhibitions
Art
Historic buildings

F-102The Arts and Civic Engagement: Involved in Arts, Involved in Life
Corporate Name(s)
National Endowment for the Arts (Publisher)

F-103Welcome to Tlaquepaque: Arts and Crafts Village Sedona, Arizona, 1985
Geographic Name(s)
Sedona (Ariz.)

Genre Form(s)
Directories

F-104Shemer Art Center and Museum, 2007 April 17, 2009 August 19
Subject(s)
Museums

F-105Prescott Area Arts and Humanities Council, 2008 September, 2009 August 19
F-106PSA ARTAWAKENINGS, 2009 August 19
F-107Grand Avenue Festival, 2009 September-December 31
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

F-108Postcard of Painting by Artist George Phippen: Cowboys Roping a Devil
Gift of Jack Pfister. Inscription by author Gail Gardner reads "This is a Photograph of a Painting by the Famous Western Artist George Phippen. It was commissioned by my Daugher and Son-in-Law, and Presented to me for Christmas of 1959 ..."
Personal Name(s)
Gardner, Gail I., 1892-1988 (Author)

Subject(s)
Cowboys

Series II: Architecture
FA-1.1House and Village Types of Southwest as Conditioned by Aridity, 1935 March (Reprint; Vol. XI, p. 237-249)
Personal Name(s)
Hoover, J. W. (Jonas Wenger), 1889-1979 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Scientific monthly (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-2.1Contemporary Architecture, Arizona: Newsclippings
FA-3.1Preliminary Study of Proposed State Fair Grounds, 1957
Personal Name(s)
Goodwin, Kemper, 1906-1997 (Publisher)

Corporate Name(s)
Weaver & Drover Architects (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-3.2Phoenix Civic Plaza: Newsclippings
Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-3.3Arizona War Memorial Center, 1940
Corporate Name(s)
Civic Center Association (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-3.5L. H. Bell & Associates, Current Statistical & Architect .. Brochure; Phoenix, circa 1961
Hayden Papers
Personal Name(s)
Bell, L. H. (Lawrence H.), 1916-1981 (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Casa Grande (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-5.1Frank Lloyd Wright: Newsclippings
Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-5.3Oasis: Plan for Arizona State Capitol, 1957 (2 Copies)
Personal Name(s)
Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959 (Author)

Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-5.4Grady Gammage Auditorium: Newsclippings, 1963-1965
Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-5.5An Arizona Dwelling by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1941 October
Personal Name(s)
Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959 (Author)

Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-6.5Valley Options '76, Bicentennial Look at Evolving Future of Metro Phoenix, 1976 January
Personal Name(s)
Elmore, James W. (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.) -- History
Salt River Valley (Gila County and Maricopa County, Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture
City planning

FA-6.6Finical & Dombrowski, Architects and Engineers; Tucson, 1966
Hayden Papers 32859
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture
Architecture

FA-10.1Architecture of Anasazi Pueblo Culture, 1967 (Vol. 9, No. 56)
Subject(s)
Indians of North America
Architecture

FA-11.1Historic Architecture: Newsclippings
FA-11.2Yavapai County Court House (Drawing)
Personal Name(s)
Minor, J. R. (John Ransom), ca. 1851-1932 (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Architecture
Historic buildings

FA-11.3Prescott Junior Women's Club Historical Home Tour
Subject(s)
Architecture
Historic buildings

FA-12.1Historic Preservation: Newsclippings
Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-12.2Historic Buildings, Phoenix, Arizona: Newsclippings
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

FA-12.3Newsclippings: State Capitol Restoration
Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-12.4Heritage Square, circa 1987
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture
Historic buildings

FA-12.5News of Heritage Square, 1983
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Historic buildings

FA-13.1Newsclippings: Historic Non-Residential Buildings, Phoenix
Subject(s)
Architecture
Historic buildings -- Arizona -- Phoenix

FA-13.2Newsclippings: Historic Residential Buildings, Phoenix
Subject(s)
Architecture
Historic buildings -- Arizona -- Phoenix

FA-13.3Newsclippings: Wrigley Mansion
Subject(s)
Architecture
Historic buildings -- Arizona -- Phoenix

FA-13.4Porter Building, 1970
Subject(s)
Architecture
Historic buildings -- Arizona -- Phoenix

FA-13.5The Advance of the Frontier, 1830-1900, circa 1943
Hayden Papers 50410
Geographic Name(s)
New Mexico
Texas
Utah

Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Military bases

FA-14Hispanic Monuments, 1938
Papers: School of American Research.
Personal Name(s)
Hewett, Edgar L. (Edgar Lee), 1865-1946 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Archaeological Institute of America (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
New Mexico

Subject(s)
Missions
Architecture

FA-14.1Newsclippings: Historic Residential Architecture, Tempe
Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Architecture

FA-14.2Newsclippings: Historic Non-Residential Buildings, Tempe
Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Architecture

FA-14.3Newsclippings: Historic Bridges, Tempe
Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-14.4Newsclippings: Casa Vieja, Tempe
Subject(s)
Architecture
Historic buildings

FA-15.1Newsclippings: Historic Architecture, Tucson
Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Architecture

FA-15.1Old Town Artisans, 1988
Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Art
Historic buildings

Occupation(s)
Artists

FA-15.2Historic Fremont House Acquired from Tucson City Council, 1971 (Vol. III, No. 2)
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Architecture

FA-15.4Buildings of Architectural Significance in Tucson, 1960 (2 Copies)
Corporate Name(s)
American Institute of Architects. Southern Arizona Chapter (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Architecture
Historic buildings

FA-16Duppa Montgomery Homestead, circa 1986
Personal Name(s)
Duppa, Philip Darrell, 1832-1982

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Museums

FA-17Walking Tour of Carnegie Park District; Las Vegas, New Mexico, 1987
Personal Name(s)
Baca, Elmo (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
New Mexico

Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Tourism

FA-17Stone Architecture; Las Vegas New Mexico, 1987
Personal Name(s)
Baca, Elmo (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
New Mexico

Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Tourism

FA-17Walking Tour of Plaza and Bridge Street Historic Districts; Las Vegas New Mexico, 1987
Geographic Name(s)
New Mexico

Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Tourism

FA-17Walking Tour of Douglas, Sixth Street, and Railroad Avenue; Las Vegas New Mexico, 1987
Geographic Name(s)
New Mexico

Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Tourism

FA-18Historic Plaza Hotel; Las Vegas, New Mexico, 1989
Subject(s)
Hotels
Historic buildings
Tourism
Recreation
Architecture

FA-19Las Palomas de Taos, 1989
Personal Name(s)
Luhan, Mabel Dodge, 1879-1962 (Author)

Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Art
Architecture

Occupation(s)
Artists

FA-20Coranado Comes of Age: Survey Is Complete, 1984 August
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture
Historic buildings
City planning

FA-21Neighborhood Conservation Plan for The Coronado Neighborhood, 1986 May 21
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture
Historic buildings
City planning

FA-22Art Detour: Annual Downtown Tour of Phoenix Artspaces and Studios, 1989-
Subject(s)
Architecture

Occupation(s)
Artists

FA-23Walking Tour of Old Town Albuquerque
Geographic Name(s)
Albuquerque (N.M.)

Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-24La Tertulia de Santa Fe, 1990
Geographic Name(s)
Santa Fe (N.M.)

Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Restaurants

FA-25Old Bakery and Emporium: Austin, Texas;
Geographic Name(s)
Austin (Tex.)

Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Architecture

FA-26Kinnison, Sarkiss & Laos Associated, Architects and Engineers
Personal Name(s)
Kinnison, H. A. (Henry Almyr), 1926-2005 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Kinnison, Sarkiss & Laos (Tucson, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture
Construction industry

FA-27Guirey, Srnka & Arnold Architects
Personal Name(s)
Guirey, Fred M. (Fred Melville), 1908-1984 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Guirey, Srnka & Arnold (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)
Flagstaff (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture
Construction industry

FA-28Finical & Dombrowski, Architects and Engineers
Personal Name(s)
Finical, Irvin E., 1926- (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Finical & Dombrowski (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture
Construction industry

FA-28/OV1Built in 1871: Montis La Casa Vieja, Tempe, Arizona, circa 1989
Carl Hayden's birthplace.
Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Restaurants

FA-29Gene E. Anderson Engineers Architects Land Surveyors, 1965
Personal Name(s)
Anderson, Gene E. (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture
Construction industry

FA-31Sirrine House: Historic Home Museum, Mesa, Arizona, circa 1989 (Brochures)
Corporate Name(s)
Mesa (Ariz.). Parks, Recreation and Cultural Division (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Museums

FA-32Tovrea Castle
Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-33Gabor Lorant, Architect, unknown
Corporate Name(s)
Gabor Lorant Architects Inc. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Architecture
Construction industry

FA-34Henningson, Durham & Richardson of Arizona: Engineers, Architects, Planners, and Consultants, unknown
Corporate Name(s)
Henningson, Durham & Richardson (Publisher)

FA-35Tour: Taliesin West: Informational Brochures, 1990-
Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-36Pulte Homes: An American Favorite, 1990 September
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-37Zane Grey Cabin
Subject(s)
Historic buildings

FA-38The Mystery Castle, Phoenix, Arizona
Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Architecture

FA-39The Muheim Heritage House: Informational Brochures
Geographic Name(s)
Bisbee (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Historic buildings

FA-41Reference Guide to Phoenix Architecture Past and Present
Subject(s)
Architecture
Hotels
Restaurants
School buildings

Genre Form(s)
Maps

FA-42Luhrs Building, Phoenix, Arizona
Corporate Name(s)
A. C. Taylor Printing Co. (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture
Historic buildings
Business enterprises

FA-43Frank Lloyd Wright Archives, circa 1992
Personal Name(s)
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-44John Gaw Meem Archive of Southwestern Architecture
Corporate Name(s)
University of New Mexico (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-45Dedication of the Governor Benjamin B. Moeur Residence and Community Building, 1993 May 20
Geographic Name(s)
Tempe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Architecture

FA-46Anroc Plaza, circa 1980
Corporate Name(s)
Anchor National Life Insurance (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture
Construction industry

FA-47School Construction Costs and Architectural Services, 1979 October 22 (Presentation and Study Session)
Corporate Name(s)
Dick, Fritsche, Yantzer & Sheller Architecture/Planning (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
School buildings
Architecture
Construction industry

FA-48Spanish Colonial Revival Architecture
Personal Name(s)
Clark, William A. (Author)

Subject(s)
Historic buildings

FA-49Arizona Artist Blacksmith Association
Occupation(s)
Artists

FA-50Adobe Fireplaces, 1974
Personal Name(s)
Stedman, Myrtle (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Sunstone Press (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-51Concept, 1994
Corporate Name(s)
Christensen, Cassidy, Billington, Candelaria Inc. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Art
Art museums
Architecture

Occupation(s)
Artists

FA-52/OVCenter for Historic Resources
Corporate Name(s)
Texas A & M University (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Texas -- History

Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Architecture

Genre Form(s)
Broadsides

FA-53Copenhaver Castle
Corporate Name(s)
Castle Foundation, Inc. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-54Gordon Hall Mansion
Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-55Dorsey Mansion
Corporate Name(s)
Dorsey Mansion State Monument (N.M.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Raton (N.M.) -- History

Subject(s)
Historic buildings

Genre Form(s)
Maps

FA-56Riordan Mansion
Geographic Name(s)
Flagstaff (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture
Historic buildings
Historic sites

FA-57Siefer Associates Architects, 1985
Corporate Name(s)
Siefer Associates (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Arizona

Subject(s)
Architecture
Construction industry

FA-58High Desert Design
Geographic Name(s)
Sedona (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-59Friedman and Jobusch A.I.A. Architects and Engineers
Corporate Name(s)
Friedman, Jobusch, Wilde (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture
Construction industry
School buildings

FA-60Salt Lake City, Utah, 1887
Geographic Name(s)
Salt Lake City (Utah)

Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-61Design Award Program: Higher Education Facilities Design Awards, 1966
Contains photographs.
Subject(s)
Architecture
Colleges and universities

FA-62F. P. Drew and Sons Lumber Company, Incorporated, 1947-1958
Subject(s)
Housing
Business enterprises
Construction industry

FA-63Saint Patrick's Catholic Church, Bisbee, Arizona: A History, 1998
Architechtural analysis of church.
Personal Name(s)
Sobin, Harris J. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Architecture Company (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Architecture

FA-64/OV2Signed Prints of Artists Sketches from the Book: Drawing on History, 1988
Drawings of eight Tempe homes and buildings.
Personal Name(s)
Nearing, Richard (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Tempe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Historic buildings
Architecture

FA-65Building Condition Assessment Report for the Montgomery House, Phoenix, Arizona, 1998 May
Subject(s)
Historic preservation
Historic sites
Historic buildings

FA-66Stabilization and Restoration of the Historic Elias/Rodriguez House, Tempe, Arizona, 1992
Corporate Name(s)
Don W. Ryden, AIA/Architects, Inc. (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Tempe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Historic preservation
Historic buildings
Mexican Americans

FA-67Elias Rodriguez House, Tempe, Arizona: Informational Brochures
Corporate Name(s)
Gerald A. Doyle & Associates (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)
Cochise County (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Architecture
Historic preservation

FA-68The Wright Reality; an Architectural Rarity Rises in the Desert, 2000 October
Personal Name(s)
Hait, Pam (Author)

Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-69The Tucson Pressed Brick Company: These Excavations are a Part of the Rio Nuevo Archaeological Program
Corporate Name(s)
Center for Desert Archaeology (Tucson, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Architecture

FA-70/OV3Territorial Architecture of Arizona, 1971-
Subject(s)
Banks and banking
Historic buildings
Architecture
Calendars

Series III: Dance
FB-1Ballet Arizona 1988-89 Season, 1988
Subject(s)
Performing arts

FB-2The Pleasure of Your Company: RSVP, Grand Celebration Ball, 1969
Corporate Name(s)
Grabhorn Press (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
California

Subject(s)
Performing arts

FB-3Ballet Etudes, Mesa, Arizona: Informational Brochures, 1991-
Subject(s)
Performing arts

FB-4Arizona Style of Square Dancing, 1951
Corporate Name(s)
Valley of the Sun Square Dance Organization, Inc. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Performing arts
Associations, institutions, etc.

FB-5Ykraiha, 1988
Corporate Name(s)
Symphony Hall (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Performing arts

FB-7The Tucson Civic Ballet
Subject(s)
Performing arts
Art museums

FB-816th Annual Smoki Dances, 1936
Geographic Name(s)
Prescott (Ariz.)

FB-9Christmas Eve Dance Card, 1910
Geographic Name(s)
Flagstaff (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Performing arts

FB-10Performing Arts Calendar, 1995
Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Performing arts

FB-11Point en Pointe Ballet Arizona, Phoenix, Arizona
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Performing arts
Resorts

FB-121987-88 Season Ballet Arizona Order Form, Phoenix, Arizona, 1987
Corporate Name(s)
Ballet Arizona (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Performing arts

FB-13Tickets to "Firebird" Presented by Ballet Arizona at Gammage Center; Phoenix, Arizona, 1987 October
Six tickets for the 16th of October and six tickets for the 17th of October.
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)
Tempe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Performing arts

FB-14Celebrating 25 Years, Desert Dance Theatre, 2004
Geographic Name(s)
Tempe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Performing arts

FB-95Great Walks of Southern Arizona, 1990
Subject(s)
Hiking
Recreation

Series IV: Cookery
FC-2Republican Congressional Cook Book
Personal Name(s)
Rhodes, John J. (John Jacob), 1916-2003 (Author)

Subject(s)
Cooking

FC-3Indian Recipes
Subject(s)
Cooking
Indians of North America -- Social life and customs

FC-5Cocinas De New Mexico, 1990
Geographic Name(s)
New Mexico

Subject(s)
Cooking

FC-6Arizona's Jerky Cookbook
Personal Name(s)
Greenleaf, Arizona (Arizona Virginia Spurlock), 1922-2014 (Author)

Subject(s)
Cooking

FC-7The Original Mexican and Italian Restaurant, Tucson, Arizona
Subject(s)
Cooking
Restaurants

FC-8Enjoy a Taste of Arizona, circa 1990
Corporate Name(s)
Macayo's Mexican Restaurants (Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Cooking

FC-9Menus from Valley of the Sun Restaraunts, 1937-
Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Cooking

FC-10Palmcourt Cafes, Scottsdale Fashion Square, Arizona, 1991
Contains tickets for free food and drinks.
Subject(s)
Restaurants

FC-11Tombstone's Gastronomic Delights, 1982
Personal Name(s)
Traywick, Ben T. (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Tombstsone (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Restaurants

FC-12Central Arizona Light and Power Company, Home Service Depart.: Menus and Shopping List for Family of Four, 1948
Subject(s)
Cooking

FC-13Cafe Terra Cotta, Scottsdale, Arizona: Informational Brochures
Subject(s)
Restaurants
Cooking

FC-14Sedona Cook Book, 1994
Personal Name(s)
Bollin, S. K. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Golden West Publishers (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Cooking

FC-15Original Native New Mexcian Cooking, 1993
Personal Name(s)
Ortiz y Pino, Yolanda (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Sunstone Press (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Cooking

FC-16Arizona Flavors, 1994-
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona Restaurant Association (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Restaurants

Genre Form(s)
Directories
Maps

FC-17Superstition Mountain Museum 5th Annual Dutchman Stew Cook-Off, 1996
Geographic Name(s)
Apache Junction (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Cooking

FC-18Goldwater's Taste of the Southwest, 1994
Subject(s)
Cooking

FC-19Tomatoes
Geographic Name(s)
Scottsdale (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Restaurants

FC-20Menu Guide Serving Sedona, Flagstaff, and the Verde Valley, 1996-1997
Geographic Name(s)
Flagstaff (Ariz.)
Sedona (Ariz.)
Verde Valley (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Restaurants
Cooking

FC-21Delicious Deliveries: A Restaurant Delivery Company, 1998
Menus from Phoenix area restaurants.
Subject(s)
Restaurants
Cooking

FC-22Welcome to Heritage House, 1996
Geographic Name(s)
Payson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Cities and towns

FC-23Treasurer's Cactus Barrel Full of Arizona Recipes
Subject(s)
Cooking

FC-24Tested Recipes, 1938
Subject(s)
Cooking

FC-25Central Christian Church Women and Their Friends, Cookbook, Phoenix, Arizona, unknown
Corporate Name(s)
Republican Print Shop (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Women
Cooking

FC-26Spanish and Mexican Recipes, Tovrea's U.S. Government Inspected Meat Products, 1933
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Packing-houses
Cooking

FC-27Our Favorite Meat Recipes, Dedicated to the American House Wife, Compliments of Republic and Gazette, Phoenix, Arizona, 1935
Corporate Name(s)
National Live Stock and Meat Board (Chicago, Ill.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Women
Cooking

FC-28Arizona Territory Cookbook, 1975
Personal Name(s)
Overstreet, Daphne, 1951- (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Arizona -- History -- To 1912

Subject(s)
Cooking

FC-29Mercury Madness in the Kitchen, 1999
Corporate Name(s)
Phoenix Mercury (Basketball team) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Cooking

FC-30Cracker Barrel, Old Country Store, Brochures
Subject(s)
Restaurants
Travel

Genre Form(s)
Maps

Series V: Drama and Theater
FD-1Theatre in Arizona: Newsclippings, 1976
Subject(s)
Drama

FD-2.3Desert Theatre, 1934
Subject(s)
Drama

FD-2.4Phoenix Little Theatre, Shakespeare Festival Programs, 1957
Personal Name(s)
Knight, Alfred (Alfred Henry), 1874-1958 (Author)

Subject(s)
Drama

FD-3.1Arizona's 'Lost' Playwright, Ernest J. Whisler, 1964 May (Article; p. 19-20)
Personal Name(s)
Whisler, E. J. (Ernest Jackson), 1879-1958 (Author)

Subject(s)
Drama

FD-4.2Arrow, Screenplay, 1949
Personal Name(s)
Blankfort, Michael, 1907-1982 (Author)

Subject(s)
Drama

FD-4.3Masque of the Yellow Moon Pageant, 1931-1934
Personal Name(s)
Cook, Neil Estes, 1896-1988 (Author)

Subject(s)
Drama

FD-4.31Legend of O Am Mar Sat, Joy Time of Yellow Moon in Land of O Ho To Ma, 1926 (3 Pamphlets; Newsclipping)
Personal Name(s)
Hall, Sharlot Mabridth, 1870-1943 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Creighton School (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Drama

FD-4.4Tempe Historical Fete, Golden Jubilee Pageant, 1930
Personal Name(s)
Strange, M. A. (Merle Aubrey), 1881-1953 (Author)

Subject(s)
Drama

FD-11.1Apaches and Poker Chips, 1949 (Radio Program Script)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.2Buckshot and Biscuits, 1949 (Radio Program Script)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.3Calabazas Baby, 1949 (Radio Program Script)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.4Arizona Adventures the Camp Grant Massacre, 1949 October 12
Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Performing arts

FD-11.5Captain Burt Mossman, 1949 (Radio Program Script)
Personal Name(s)
Mossman, Burt (Burton C.), 1867-1956 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.6Ed Schiefflin and Lucky Cuss, 1949 (Radio Program Script)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

FD-11.7Father Kino, 1949 (Radio Program Script)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.8First Christmas in Prescott, 1949 (Radio Program Script)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.9Flood at Walnut Grove, 1949 (Radio Program Script)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.10Hamlet With a Six Gun, 1949 (Radio Program Script)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.11Henry Wickenburg and Vulture Mine, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.12Indian Gold, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.13Jack Swilling, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.14Joe Phy and Pete Gabriel, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Personal Name(s)
Phy, Joe (Josephus), 1844-1888
Gabriel, Pete (John Peter), 1838-1898

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.15John Slaughter Rides to Tubac, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.16Massacre at Bloody Tanks, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.17Massacre at Stein's Pass, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.18Mr. Lincoln and Oyster Supper, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.19Pete Kitchen, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.20Poker and Politics, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.21Quality of Mercy, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.22Red Jack and The Old Dominion Robbery, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.23Skull Valley Massacre, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.24Swede Larson and Ordinary Cat, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Personal Name(s)
Larson, Harold V. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.25Tom Boyle and Red Letters, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Personal Name(s)
McGreevey, John (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.26Tom Culling, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Personal Name(s)
Culling, Charles O., 1905-1966 (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-11.27Uncle Billy Rhodes, 1949 (Radio Program Scripts)
Corporate Name(s)
Butane Corp. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)
KTAR (Radio station : Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Genre Form(s)
Radio programs

FD-12Phoenix Little Theatre Programs, 1924-1960 (5 Folders)
Subject(s)
Drama

FD-13/OV3Drunkard
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Genre Form(s)
Broadsides
Programs

FD-13.1Playing it Straight
Personal Name(s)
Lawson, Kyle M. (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Historic buildings

FD-14/OV3Irving Berlin's Alexanders Ragtime Band
Personal Name(s)
Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989 (Author)

Subject(s)
Drama
Music

Genre Form(s)
Broadside

FD-15Orpheum Theatre, Phoenix, Arizona, 1989-
Subject(s)
Performing arts
Historic buildings

Genre Form(s)
Programs

FD-16Pageant and Play of Casa Grande Ruins...; Phoenix, Arizona, 1927
Personal Name(s)
Seiler, Conrad, 1897- (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Arizona Pagentry Association (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Casa Grande (Ariz.)

FD-17Texas: A Musical Romance of Panhandle History, 1990-
Personal Name(s)
Green, Paul, 1894-1981 (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Texas

Subject(s)
Drama
Music

Genre Form(s)
Programs

FD-18Herberger Theater Center, Phoenix, Arizona, 1989-
Personal Name(s)
Herberger, Roy A., 1942- (Author)

Subject(s)
Drama
Performing arts

FD-19Mill Avenue Theatre News
Geographic Name(s)
Tempe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Music

FD-20Herberger Theater Center: A Place for Magic, Phoenix, Arizona, 1986
Subject(s)
Drama
Performing arts

FD-21Encore Magazine, 1993-
Corporate Name(s)
Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium (Tempe, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Tempe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Performing arts

FD-22Arizona Theatre Company: Programs
Subject(s)
Drama
Performing arts

FD-23Tempe Little Theatre, 1991
Corporate Name(s)
Tempe Little Theatre (Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Tempe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Drama
Performing arts

FD-24Masque of the Yellow Moon, Cibola, A Search for Treasure, 1930
Corporate Name(s)
Phoenix Union High School District (Maricopa County, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Drama
Performing arts
High schools

FD-25The Incomparable Teddy Roosevelt, 1991
Corporate Name(s)
Theodore Roosevelt Theatre (Mesa, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Mesa (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Performing arts

FD-26Theatre Press, 1967
Corporate Name(s)
Phoenix Theatre Center (Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Performing arts

Genre Form(s)
Programs

FD-27Arizona Renaissance Festival and Artisan Marketplace, 1994-
Subject(s)
Drama
Performing arts

FD-28Southwest Shakespeare Company, 1994
Corporate Name(s)
Southwest Shakespeare Company (Mesa, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Drama
Performing arts

FD-29Arizona Theatre Conference, 1994
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona Commission on the Arts (Publisher)
Arizona State University

Subject(s)
Drama
Performing arts

FD-30The Ballad of Wade the Singing Cowboy, 1994
Corporate Name(s)
Great Arizona Stage Co. (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Drama

Genre Form(s)
Programs

FD-31Democracy in America: Chataqua, 1995
Corporate Name(s)
Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce (Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Drama
Performing arts

FD-32Sombrero Playhouse, 1952
Corporate Name(s)
Sombrero Playhouse (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Drama
Performing arts

Genre Form(s)
Programs

FD-34The Pinos Altos Melodrama Theatre
Geographic Name(s)
Pinos Altos (N.M.)

Genre Form(s)
Broadsides

FD-36The Galvin Players in Their Tent Theater
Geographic Name(s)
Miami (Ariz.)

Genre Form(s)
Broadsides

FD-37Wyatt Earp: A Life on the Frontier, Featuring Wyatt Earp as Wyatt Earp
Personal Name(s)
Earp, Terry Tafoya, 1949- (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
On the Sport Productions (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Drama

FD-38Death Valley Junction: The Story of the Amargosa Opera House, 1979
Personal Name(s)
Becket, Marta (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
California

Subject(s)
Performing arts

FD-39Phoenix Arts After Hours, 1993
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Art -- Exhibitions

FD-40War then Peace, 2000 May 4
Subject(s)
Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
World War, 1939-1945

FD-41Tears of Joy Puppet Theatre Presents Baba Yaga, circa 2000
Corporate Name(s)
Great Arizona Puppet Theater (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Music
Women

FD-43Childsplay's Class of 2000: Arizona's Award Winning Professional Theatre Company for Families and Young Audiences, 2000
Subject(s)
Performing arts
Drama
Children

FD-44"Go Places" Childsplay 2001-2002 Season, 2001
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Children
Performing arts

FD-45Theatre of Drawing Primeras Obras de Robert Wilson, 1999
(In Spanish)

Corporate Name(s)
Museo del Pueblo de Guanajuato (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Performing arts

FD-46Gala Opening of Cine Capri; Phoenix, Arizona, 1966 March 31
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

FD-47Phoenix Union High School Girls' League Presents "Les Folies", 1938
Corporate Name(s)
Phoenix Union High School District (Maricopa County, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Performing arts
High schools

FD-48Phoenix Union High School Boys' Federation Presents "Mor Folies", 1942
Corporate Name(s)
Phoenix Union High School District (Maricopa County, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Performing arts
High schools

FD-49Prescott Fine Arts Association; Informational Brochures
Geographic Name(s)
Prescott (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Performing arts

Series VI: Moving Pictures, Television, Film and Video
FF-1.1Newsclippings Motion Pictures in Arizona
Subject(s)
Film

FF-1.2Ready on the Set; Action in Arizona, 1977 (Occasional Paper; Vol. 1, No. 2)
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona. Department of Economic Security (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Film

FF-1.3Red Man Plays Indian, 1944 March 18 (Article)
Personal Name(s)
Denton, James F. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
P.F. Collier Inc. (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Film

FF-2.1Arizona, World Premiere, 1940 November 15-16 (Program)
Subject(s)
Film

FF-2.2Newsclippings: Apacheland
Subject(s)
Film

FF-3.2Without Western Movies West Would Not Have Been West, 1967 December 17 (Article)
Personal Name(s)
Cook, James E. (Author)

Subject(s)
Film

FF-4Film in Arizona, circa 1989
Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Film

FF-6Southwestern Research Review, 1969-
Subject(s)
Film
Art

Genre Form(s)
Newsletters

FF-8Old Tucson: The Classic West, 1972
Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Film

FF-9Arizona's Call Sheet, 1991
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona Motion Picture Development Office (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Film
Performing arts

FF-10Cowtown's Past, The Ron Nix Story, 1987
Personal Name(s)
Heyder, Harvey R. (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
Kay Graphics of Arizona (Sunnyslope, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Drama
Cowboys

FF-11Walt Disney Archives, 1981
Corporate Name(s)
Walt Disney Company (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Film -- History
Photography

FF-12Romaine Fielding In Arizona, 1994
Personal Name(s)
Woal, Linda (Linda Faye Kowall), 1950-2007 (Author)

Subject(s)
Film

FF-13Bodmer and Buffalo Bill at the Bijou, 1989
Subject(s)
Film

FF-14The Hollywood Reporter: Special Arizona Edition, 1976
Personal Name(s)
Kassel, Tichi Wilkerson, 1926-2004 (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Film

FF-15Gammons Gulch "Ghost Town" Movie Set
Subject(s)
Ghost towns
Tourism
Film

FF-16One Stop Shopping Today for Yesterday, 1994
Corporate Name(s)
Caravan West Productions (Agua Dulce, Calif.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Film

FF-17Holiday Greeting Card from KPNX TV, Channel 12 News, Phoenix, Arizona, circa 2000
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

FF-18Scottsdale International Film Festival; Scottsdale, Arizona, 2002 October
Geographic Name(s)
Scottsdale (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Film

FF-19Audio Visual Source Directory, 1991-1992
Subject(s)
Film

FF-20The War: A Ken Burns Film, A Viewer's Guide to the Seven Part Series
Corporate Name(s)
Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
World War, 1939-1945
Film

FF-21Harkins Theatres Celebrates 75 Years of Ultimate Moviegoing, 2008 September 21
Corporate Name(s)
Republic Custom Publishing (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Tempe (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Film

Series VII: Gardens, Botanical Gardens, etc.
FG-1Tucson Botanical Gardens: Informational Brochures
Subject(s)
Desert plants
Botany

FG-3Desert Botanical Gardens, Phoenix, Arizona: Informational Brochures, 1957-
Subject(s)
Desert plants
Botany
Botanical gardens

Genre Form(s)
Maps

FG-3.1/OV3Pillars of the Community
Subject(s)
Desert plants
Botanical gardens

Genre Form(s)
Broadsides

FG-4An Introduction to the Huntington Botanical Gardens, California, 1990
Corporate Name(s)
Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Botanical gardens

Genre Form(s)
Maps

FG-6Tanque Verde Greenhouses
Corporate Name(s)
Tanque Verde Greenhouses (Tucson, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Cactus
Retail trade

FG-718th Annual Noche de las Luminarias. Informational Brochure, 1995
Subject(s)
Botanical gardens

FG-8Desert Lawn Care Guide, 1993
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona Municipal Water Users' Association (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Arizona

FG-9Recommended Desert Plant List
Corporate Name(s)
Desert Botanical Garden (Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Desert plants

FG-10Visions of Xeriscape, 1997
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona Municipal Water Users' Association (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Desert plants

FG-11Cactus and Succulents In Your Home, 1961
Personal Name(s)
Atkinson, Robert E. (Author)
Johnson's Cactus Gardens (Paramount, Calif.) (Author)

Corporate Name(s)
T.F.H. Publications, Inc. (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Cactus
Desert plants

FG-12Plants of Sun and Sand: The Desert Growth of Arizona, 1939
Personal Name(s)
Stevens, Stanford H. (Stanford Huntington), 1897-1974 (Author)

Subject(s)
Desert plants

FG-13Wild Flowers of California, Arizona, and Nevada, 1940
Geographic Name(s)
California
Arizona
Nevada

Subject(s)
Recreation
Travel
Tourism

FG-14Gardening for Pollinators in the Desert Southwest, 1998
Poster depicting hummingbirds, butterflies, and other desert pollinators.
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum (Tucson, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Gardens
Birds

FG-15Plentiful Penstemons: Plant Now for Spikes of Color Through Early Summer, 1999 March 6
Subject(s)
Desert plants
Gardens

FG-16Arizona Federation of Garden Clubs, 1966 Fall
Subject(s)
Desert plants
Associations, institutions, etc.
Birds

FG-17"Dr. Saguaro" Leads Call to Arms: Information on Saguaro Cacti
Personal Name(s)
Pancrazio, Angela Cara, 1957-2008 (Author)

Subject(s)
Botanical gardens
Desert plants
Cactus

FG-18The Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix, Arizona
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Desert plants

Series VIII: Rodeos and Animal Shows (Dog, Horse, and Ostrich Racing, etc.)
FH-1Turf Paradise: Informational Brochures, 1954-
Subject(s)
Horse racing

FH-4Northern Arizona's 4th Annual Horse Show, 1940
Corporate Name(s)
Northern Arizona Horseman's Association (Flagstaff, Ariz.) (Publisher)

FH-6All Breed Cat Show of Canyon State Cat Club, 1959, 1962
FH-8Cowboy Life in Arizona
Subject(s)
Cowboys
Rodeos

FH-9Great American Duck Race; Deming, New Mexico, 1989
Geographic Name(s)
New Mexico

Subject(s)
Tourism
Recreation

FH-10Sea World of Texas; San Antonio, Texas, 1989
Subject(s)
Animals

FH-11Arizona Horseman, 1989
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona State Horsemen's Association (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Horse racing
Trails
Cowboys
Hiking
Historic preservation
Recreation
Parks

FH-12Sea World: San Diego, California; Informational Brochures, 1989
Geographic Name(s)
San Diego (Calif.)

Subject(s)
Animals

FH-13Turf Paradise: Racing Schedule, 1989
Subject(s)
Horse racing

FH-14Tucson Greyhound Park: Informational Brochures, 1989
Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Greyhound racing

FH-15Horseracing: Informational Brochures, 1989
Geographic Name(s)
New Mexico

Subject(s)
Horse racing

FH-16Phoenix Worlds Championship Rodeo, 1939-
Corporate Name(s)
Junior Chamber of Commerce (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Animals
Cowboys
Rodeos

FH-17Phoenix Jaycee Rodeo, 1959-
Corporate Name(s)
Junior Chamber of Commerce (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Animals
Cowboys
Rodeos

FH-18Sunland Park, New Mexico Informational Brochures, 1990
Subject(s)
Horse racing

FH-19Dog Racing in Arizona: Informational Brochures
Subject(s)
Animals

FH-20The Arizona Horse Pages, 1990-1991
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona State Horsemen's Association (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Horse industry

Genre Form(s)
Directories

FH-21Arizona Equine Economic Impact Survey, circa 1982
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona State Horsemen's Association (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Associations, institutions, etc.
Horse industry

FH-22The Economics of the Horse Industry in Arizona, 1990
Corporate Name(s)
University of Arizona (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Horse industry

FH-24Desert Caballeros: 47th Annual Desert Caballeros Ride, Wickenburg, Arizona, 1993 April 19-23
FH-26Parada de Sol, 1975
Corporate Name(s)
Scottsdale Junior Chamber of Commerce (Scottsdale, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Scottsdale (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Rodeos

Genre Form(s)
Programs

FH-27Road Runner Regional Rodeo, 1991
Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Rodeos

Genre Form(s)
Programs

FH-28The Official Score Book, 1908
Corporate Name(s)
Arizona State Fair (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Horse racing

Genre Form(s)
Programs

FH-29/OVScottsdale Jaycees Parada Del Sol, 1993-
Corporate Name(s)
Scottsdale Jaycees (Scottsdale, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Subject(s)
Rodeos
Cowboys
Calendars

Genre Form(s)
Broadsides

FH-30La Fiesta de los Vaqueros, Annual MidWinter Rodeo, 1949-
Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Rodeos

FH-32Kow Bell Indoor Rodeo
Geographic Name(s)
Mansfield (Tex.)

Subject(s)
Rodeos

FH-33More Horsin' Around, 1989 December
Personal Name(s)
Campbell, Stu (Cowboy) (Author)

Subject(s)
Cowboys

FH-34Horsin' Around, 1988 July
Personal Name(s)
Campbell, Stu (Cowboy) (Author)

Subject(s)
Cowboys

FH-35Ralph R. Doubleday's Album of Famous Western Action, 1943
Subject(s)
Rodeos
Photography

FH-36You're Invited!, 1951 (Pamphlet)
Announces a World's Championship Rodeo to be held at the new State Fairgrounds in Phoenix, Arizona.
Corporate Name(s)
Advertising Counselors Inc. (Phoenix, Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Rodeos

FH-37A History of the Santa Cruz County Fair and Rodeo Association, 1915-1965, 1999 April
Subject(s)
Rodeos
Horse racing

FH-38World's Oldest Rodeos, 2004 (Vol. 48, No. 6; p. 16)
How Payson and Prescott settled the dispute over whose rodeo is the oldest.
Personal Name(s)
Lowe, Sam (Author)

Geographic Name(s)
Prescott (Ariz.)
Payson (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Rodeos -- Jostpru

FH-39Unleash Yourself!
Corporate Name(s)
Phoenix Greyhound Park (Ariz.) (Publisher)

Geographic Name(s)
Phoenix (Ariz.)

Subject(s)
Greyhound racing

FH-40The Horse in the Southwest, 1975