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Pulliam Family Collection, 1907-1978

NAU.MS.225, NAU.PH.83.2.1-61


Descriptive Summary

Creator: Pulliam family
Collection NamePulliam Family Collection,
Inclusive Dates: 1907-1978.
Physical Description6 cubic feet
AbstractThe Pulliam Collection contains papers, correspondence, financial documents, publications, and articles belonging to the C. t. Pulliam family. T. T. Pulliam was a respected resident of Flagstaff, Arizona, city clerk, and career National Guardsman. The collection also contains material related to his wife, Loretta Bondesson, daughter Louella, son Clarence, Jr., and father T. E. Pulliam.
Collection NumberNAU.MS.225, NAU.PH.83.2.1-61
Language English.
Repository Cline Library. Special Collections and Archives Department.
Northern Arizona University
Box 6022
Flagstaff, AZ 86011-6022
Phone: 928 523 5551
Fax: 928 523 3770
Email: Special.Collections@nau.edu

Biographical Note

C.T. (Clarence Thomas) Pulliam, also known as Maggie, was born in Flagstaff in April 1895. The son of T.E. (Thomas) Pulliam, he spent most of his adult life in Flagstaff.

T.E. Pulliam came to Flagstaff in the 1880s and worked on a survey of the Mineral Belt Railroad and at the Arizona Lumber and Timber Company mill. He became county recorder, clerk of the board of supervisors, and deputy sheriff. T.E. became the first sheriff of Flagstaff after Arizona became a state in 1912. He also owned a real estate and insurance business, the T. E. Pulliam Agency. T. E. Pulliam died in 1926.

C.T. Pulliam attended Emerson Elementary School and high school at Northern Arizona Normal School. He began his college career at the University of Arizona, studying law; however, his education was interrupted by the United States' entrance into World War I.

C.T. entered the Army in World War I and was assigned to the aviation branch, which was then part of the Signal Corp. He was a member of an observation balloon company for two years, serving one of those years on the front lines in France. He was discharged at the end of the war as a corporal.

With the organization of the National Guard in Flagstaff in 1920, C. T. became the recruiting office for Battery A of the field artillery unit with the rank of lieutenant. Battery A later became Battery D. In 1921 C.T. was appointed captain and put in command of the unit. In 1924 he was transferred to the National Guard Reserve. He was placed in command of Company I in 1930, a position he retained until the outbreak of World War II.

Company I of the National Guard Reserve was called to active duty in 1940 at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. C.T. attended the Advanced Class - Infantry School at Fort Benning, Georgia from October 1940 to January 1941. In late December, 1941, C.T. was transferred to the Air Force at San Antonio Texas before Company I went overseas. In August 1943, he went to England with a mobile repair unit as a staff training officer. He remained in England for a year and was then transferred to the continent where he worked in France, Belgium, and Germany. He was transferred back to the Army in 1945 and returned to the United States in November of that year.

In December 1919, C.T. began his non-military work as City Clerk of Flagstaff. He married Loretta Bondesson of Yuma, whom he met at NANS, on June 18, 1923. They had two children, Louella and Clarence, Jr.

C.T. was member of the Masonic Lodge, Shrine, the Elks Club (serving as treasurer for many years), the Kiwanis Club, the Junior Chamber of Commerce and many other organizations. He served as a recruiter for the Town of Flagstaff baseball team in 1926 and 1936. He was a charter member of the American Legion and VFW. Loretta was involved in the cultural functions at Arizona State College and Northern Arizona University. Both were avid golfers.

C.T. Pulliam died in 1964, Loretta followed him in 1987.


Scope and Content Note

The Pulliam Collection contains papers, correspondence, financial documents, publications,articles, and phtographs belonging to the C. T. Pulliam family. C. T. Pulliam was a respected resident of Flagstaff, Arizona, city clerk, and career National Guardsman. The collection also contains material related to his wife, Loretta Bondesson, daughter Louella, son Clarence, Jr., and father T. E. Pulliam.

The bulk of the collection consists of C.T. Pulliam's military papers and correspondence. This material relates to the activities of the Arizona National Guard in the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s, from the perspective of a participant. The rest of the material is of interest in describing Pulliam Family and City of Flagstaff events.

Fifty-eight photographs document the opening dedication of the Flagstaff Municipal Airport at Koch Field in 1928, sledding near Emerson School and a trip to the Hopi Mesas. The collection also includes many portraits of unidentified people.


Organization

Organized in 12 series.
I. School Papers and Activities, 1922-1979.
II. Organizations and Activities, 1917-1978.
III. Correspondence - Incoming and Outgoing, 1923-1960.
IV. Periodicals, 1916-1964.
V. City Government, 1917-1962.
VI. Financial Papers, 1915-1942.
VII. Military, 1920-1961.
VIII. Yearbooks, 1920, 1924.
IX. Ledgers, 1907-1931.
X. Power of Attorney.
XI. Artifacts, ca. 1920-1950.
XII. Photographs.

Restrictions

Restrictions

None.

Copyright

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Related Material

Captain Edward M. Robison Collection, NAU.MS.267
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Access Points

Personal Name(s)
Marshall, Louella Pulliam.
Pulliam, C. T. (Clarence Thomas), 1895-1964.
Pulliam, Clarence.
Pulliam, Loretta, d. 1987.
Pulliam, T. E. (Thomas E.), 1861-1926.

Family Name(s)
Pulliam family--Archives.

Corporate Name(s)
Arizona State College at Flagstaff.
Arizona. National Guard.
Emerson Elementary School (Flagstaff, Ariz.)
Northern Arizona Normal School.

Geographic Name(s)
Arizona--Politics and government.
Flagstaff (Ariz.)--Officials and employees.
Flagstaff (Ariz.)--Politics and government.
Mary, Lake (Ariz.)
United States--National Guard.

Subject(s)
Associations, institutions, etc. -- Arizona -- Flagstaff.
Church buildings -- Arizona -- Flagstaff.
Municipal government -- Arizona.
Public officers -- Arizona.
Real estate agents -- Arizona.
School notebooks.
Sheriffs -- Arizona.
Soldiers -- Arizona.
Soldiers -- United States.
Town clerks--Arizona--Flagstaff.
Women -- Arizona -- Archives.
World War, 1939-1945.
Yearbooks.


Administrative Information

Credit Line

Pulliam Family Collection, NAU.MS.225 and NAU.PH.83.2.1-61, Cline Library, Special Collections and Archives Dept.


Container List

Series one, box 1, school papers and activities, 1922-1979.
This series contains the school papers of the Pulliam children, Louella and Clarence Jr., arranged alphabetically by folder. Both children attended Arizona Sate College Elementary School and Emerson Elementary School. Papers from these schools are included. Louella attended junior high school in Flagstaff and high school in Texas. C.T.'s wife, Loretta, attended ASC form 1956 to 1959 and NAU in 1966; these papers are included as well. Also included are concert and play programs from NANS, and various plays the family attended while in San Antonio.
Box-folder
1.1 ASC (NAU) Bulletins, 1922, 1953-1956.
Box-folder
1.2 ASC and Emerson Elementary Schools, 1932-1940.
Box-folder
1.3 ASC Art Gallery, 1963-1966.
Box-folder
1.4 Clarence Pulliam, Jr. - Elementary School papers, ca. 1932.
Box-folder
1.5 Clarence Pulliam Sr. Physical Ed. Notebook, 1940.
Box-folder
1.6 Concert and play programs, 1929-1965.
Box-folder
1.7 High Schools. ,
Box-folder
1.8 Invitations and commencements announcements, 1930-1969.
Box-folder
1.9 Loretta Bondesson Pulliam - NANS School Papers, 1923.
Box-folder
1.10 Loretta Pulliam Delta Sigma Delta Sorority. ,
Box-folder
1.11 Louella Pulliam - High School Papers, 1940-1941.
Box-folder
1.12 Louella Pulliam - High School Papers, 1941-1942.
Box-folder
1.13 Louella Pulliam - Loose leaf notebook, 1941.
Box-folder
1.14 Louella Pulliam - school notebooks, ca. 1933-1942.
Box-folder
1.15 Louella Pulliam - school papers, 1934-1936.
Box-folder
1.16 Louella Pulliam - school papers 7th grade, 1938-1939.
Box-folder
1.17 Louella Pulliam - school papers 8th grade, 1939-1940.
Box-folder
1.18 Music books. ,
Box-folder
1.19 NAU (NANS, ASC), 1923-1979.
Box-folder
1.20 Town Jacks, 1929, 1920, 1948, 1955, and 1963.
Box-folder
1.21 U of A Alumni correspondence, 1917-1958.
Series two, boxes 1 and 2, ,organizations and activities, 1923-1978.
This series contains the papers from the various organizations and activities in which the Pulliam family was involved, arranged alphabetically by folder. Church bulletins and newsletters include samples from the Federated Community Church in Flagstaff and Travis Park Methodist Church in San Antonio. Within the Airport and Deeds folder are two original deeds of property and documents for the Flagstaff airport from 1948.
Box-folder
1.1 Airport and Deeds, 1917, 1920, 1948, 1955, and 1963.
Box-folder
1.2 American Legion and VFW, 1924-1948.
Box-folder
1.3 Arizona State Government pamphlets, 1927, 1958-1962.
Box-folder
1.4 Baseball financial, 1925, 1930, 1936.
Box-folder
1.5 Baseball recruiting, 1923-1936.
Box-folder
1.6 Baseball miscellaneous. ,
Box-folder
2.7 Churches, 1933-1961.
Box-folder
2.8 City Manager Pamphlets, 1957, 1960, 1962.
Box-folder
2.9 City of Flagstaff information pamphlets, 1957, 1960, 1962.
Box-folder
2.10 Country Club and Women's golf Association of Arizona, 1926-1974.
Box-folder
2.11 Daughters of the Nile, 1957-1973.
Box-folder
2.12 Daughters of the Nile, 1974-1978.
Box-folder
2.13 Elks Club, 1925, 1957.
Box-folder
2.14 Flagstaff Aero Club, 1928-1929.
Box-folder
2.15 Flagstaff business cards and Pulliam calling cards. ,
Box-folder
2.16 Flagstaff Jr. Chamber of Commerce, 1929-1931.
Box-folder
2.17 Flagstaff Women's Club, 1924-1936.
Box-folder
2.18 Information Pamphlets. ,
Box-folder
2.19 Kiwanis Club, 1928-1944.
Box-folder
2.20 Masons, Shrine, and Eastern Star, 1924-1978.
Box-folder
2.21 Santa Fe Railroad bulletin, 1928-1931.
Box-folder
2.22 Scouts, ca. 1938-1940.
Box-folder
2.23 Miscellaneous organizations. ,
Box-folder
2.24 Miscellaneous (March on Washington postcard, pet burial information, Joe DiMaggio memorabilia. ,
Series three, box 2, incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1923-1960.
This series contains the family's personal correspondence from the 1920s to the 1960s, arranged chronologically by folder. Of interest in the 1923 correspondence is a Christmas card from Raymond Babbitt and letters to various merchants from Loretta. The 1924 folder contains Christmas cards from the Weatherfords, Chisolms, and Eastburns. The 1940-1949 folder contains Loretta's correspondence while her husband was stationed with the Army.
Box-folder
2.1 Personal Correspondence, 1923.
Box-folder
2.2 Personal Correspondence, 1924.
Box-folder
2.3 Personal Correspondence, 1925.
Box-folder
2.4 Personal Correspondence, 1926.
Box-folder
2.5 Personal Correspondence, 1927-28.
Box-folder
2.6 Personal Correspondence, 1929.
Box-folder
2.7 Personal Correspondence, 1930.
Box-folder
2.8 Personal Correspondence, 1931-39.
Box-folder
2.9 Personal Correspondence, 1940-49.
Box-folder
2.10 Personal Correspondence, 1950-56.
Box-folder
2.11 Personal Correspondence, 1960.
Box-folder
2.12 Undated correspondence. ,
Series four, box 2, periodicals, 1928-1960.
this series contains periodicals that the Pulliam family collected, arranged alphabetically by folder. Samples include Alexander Aircrafter, Arizona Alumnus, Charm, Jefferson Declaration, and Pine.
Articles of note in the Newspaper Clippings folder included an article regarding C.T. Pulliam's life and interests, his 39th year as City Clerk, his promotion to Lt. Colonel n the National guard, progress on the Flagstaff Airport, National Guard Company I extension courses, General Temple (Adjutant General, Arizona National Guard) funeral services, tearing down a building at ASU, ASC School becoming the Forestry Building, and a study of air problems in Tucson. Also included is a series of articles entitled Nazi Apprehension in Austria Revealed, and a series of articles exploring Who Killed Dallas Stoudenmire, the subject of a local scandal in San Antonio.
Box-folder
2.1 Alexander Aircrafter, October and November, 1928.
Box-folder
2.2 Arizona Alumnus, 1925-1931 and 1942-1943.
Box-folder
2.3 Arizona Federated Club News, 1934-1936.
Box-folder
2.4 Arizona Guardsman, July 1952.
Box-folder
2.5 Arizona Highways, June 1943.
Box-folder
2.6 Arizona Parent Teacher, April and October 1936.
Box-folder
2.7 Charm, March and June 1953.
Box-folder
2.8 Gamma Rho Maverick, 1924, 1925, 1927.
Box-folder
2.9 Green and Brown, 1940-1941.
Box-folder
2.10 Highway Magazine, August 1937, 1953, 1954.
Box-folder
2.11 Jefferson Declaration, 1942-1944.
Box-folder
2.12 Pine, 1916, 1962, 1964.
Box-folder
2.13 Point West, June/July 1962.
Box-folder
2.14 Timberline, December 1959, February 1960.
Box-folder
2.15 Universal Nutrition News, Spring 1956.
Box-folder
2.16 The Youth's Companion, January 1934.
Box-folder
2.17 Newspaper Clippings. ,
Series five, box 3, City government, 1922-1962.
This series contains papers from C. t. Pulliam's City Government file, arranged alphabetically by folder. Included are bid orders from 1922, 1927, and 1928 and Lee's Ferry Bridge dedication memo, 1929.
The History of Lake Mary folder contains a history of the lake up to 1918, compiles by W. H. Powers. A copy of the history has been place din the Special Collections vertical file.
The folder of Water Development Programs contains several reports from James Beard, Water Superintendent, and work summaries dated 1959, and 1960 to 1962.
Box-folder
3.1 Arizona Road Map (1946) and Map of Europe (1929). ,
Box-folder
3.2 General City Government Papers, 1922-1961.
Box-folder
3.3 History of Lake Mary, 1917-1918.
Box-folder
3.4 Water Development Programs, 1924, 1927, 1959-1962.
Series six, box 3, financial papers , 1917-1942
This series contains the financial papers of C.T. Pulliam, as well as those of T.E. Pulliam that were in his son's possession, arranged alphabetically by folder.
Box-folder
3.1 Arizona Investment Service, 1928-1929.
Box-folder
3.2 Financial correspondence, 1920, 1923-1927.
Box-folder
3.3 Financial correspondence, 1928-1931, 1938, 1940.
Box-folder
3.4 Phoenix Underwriters, 1926-1929.
Box-folder
3.5 Phoenix Underwriters, 1930-1933, 1934, 1935.
Box-folder
3.6 Taxes, 1920, 1925-1931.
Box-folder
3.7 T.E. Pulliam Taxes and financial papers, 1915-1933.
Series seven, boxes 3 to 5, military , 1920-1961
This series has been divided into ten subseries.
Subseries one, box 3, Battery D, 1927-1923.
This subseries includes papers and correspondence of Battery D during the time that C.T. Pulliam commanded the unite, arranged alphabetically by folder and chronologically within each folder.
Box-folder
3.1 Correpondence, 1921-1922.
Box-folder
3.2 Correspondence, 1923, 1924, and undated.
Box-folder
3.3 Payroll documents, 1921, 1922, 1923.
Box-folder
3.4 Receiving reports, 1922, 1923, and undated.
Box-folder
3.5 Suspense, 1922.
Subseries two, box 3, Arizona National Guard, general , 1920-1941
This subseries includes papers and correspondence not directly related to Company D, for example Air Corps papers, Army Extension Course papers, and training schedules. Items are arranged alphabetically by folder and chronologically within each folder.
Box-folder
3.1 Air Corps, 1920-1922, 1925-1926, 1929, 1931-1933, 1935, 1943, and undated.
Box-folder
3.2 Applications for Victory Medal. ,
Box-folder
3.3 Army Extension Course, 1931-1933, 1937-1938.
Box-folder
3.4 Battery A, 1920-1922.
Box-folder
3.5 Court Martial Procedures. ,
Box-folder
3.6 Line of Duty Board. ,
Box-folder
3.7 Military Department and War Department, 1920-1922.
Box-folder
3.8 Recommendations, 1920, 1930, 1940.
Box-folder
3.9 Training, 1931-1941.
Box-folder
3.10 Training schedules, 1930-1934, 1939.
Box-folder
3.11 Various companies. ,
Subseries three, boxes 3 and 4, Advanced class, Fort Benning, GA, October 1940-January 1941.
This subseries contains papers from the training manuals with notes in C.T. Pulliam's own hand. Items are arranged alphabetically by folder.
Box-folder
3.1 Air tactics. ,
Box-folder
3.2 Anti-aircraft, coast artillery. ,
Box-folder
3.3 Attack - battalion. ,
Box-folder
3.4 Attack - heavy weapons company. ,
Box-folder
3.5 Attack - machine gun platoon. ,
Box-folder
3.6 Attack - rifle company. ,
Box-folder
3.7 Cavalry. ,
Box-folder
3.8 Chemical. ,
Box-folder
3.9 Combat orders. ,
Box-folder
3.10 Combat principles of small units and infantry weapons. ,
Box-folder
3.11 Communications. ,
Box-folder
3.12 Defense - battalion. ,
Box-folder
3.13 Defense - machine gun platoon. ,
Box-folder
3.14 Defense - regiment. ,
Box-folder
3.15 Defensive combat. ,
Box-folder
3.16 Demonstrations and inspections. ,
Box-folder
3.17 Fortifications - field - hasty. ,
Box-folder
3.18 Hygiene and sanitation. ,
Box-folder
4.19 Intelligence. ,
Box-folder
4.20 Logistics - supply. ,
Box-folder
4.21 Logistics - supply - regiment. ,
Box-folder
4.22 Logistics - troop movement. ,
Box-folder
4.23 Logistics - truck. ,
Box-folder
4.24 Map reading. ,
Box-folder
4.25 Medical. ,
Box-folder
4.26 Offensive combat. ,
Box-folder
4.27 Rules and regulations. ,
Box-folder
4.28 Security and marches. ,
Box-folder
4.29 Staff functions. ,
Box-folder
4.30 Tanks. ,
Box-folder
4.31 Technique of rifle fire, musketry rifle, and mortars. ,
Box-folder
4.32 Terrain. ,
Box-folder
4.33 Training management - tactics sand table. ,
Box-folder
4.34 Personal. ,
Subseries four, box 4, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, 1940.
This subseries contains papers and correspondence of the Arizona National Guard, Company I, while at Fort Sill after being called to active duty, arranged alphabetically by folder and chronologically within each folder.
Box-folder
4.1 158th Infantry. ,
Box-folder
4.2 158th Infantry finances. ,
Box-folder
4.3 180th Infantry. ,
Subseries five, box 4, Camp Barkley, Texas, 1941.
This subseries contains papers during the time C. T. Pulliam was at Camp Barkley for training, arranged alphabetically by folder and chronologically within each folder.
Box-folder
4.1 Immediate action. ,
Box-folder
4.2 Personal. ,
Box-folder
4.3 45th Division ,
Box-folder
4.4 89th Brigade. ,
Box-folder
4.5 158th Infantry. ,
Box-folder
4.6 158th Infantry finances. ,
Box-folder
4.7 158th Infantry training schedule. ,
Subseries six, box 4, miscellaneous training posts ,
This seris contains single papers from Camp Polk, Louisiana and Camp Chorrera, C.Z.
Box-folder
4.1 Camp Polk, LA, and Camp Chorrera, C.Z. ,
Subseries seven, box 4, World War II, 1942-1943.
This subseries contains maps and newspapers clippings C.T. Pulliam collected while stationed in Europe. Also included are manuals and instructions given to United States service men stationed overseas. A folder containing war bonds and ration coupons is also included. Items are arranged alphabetically by folder.
Box-folder
4.1 Army - Officer's notebook - POW instructions. ,
Box-folder
4.2 Maps - Europe, 1942.
Box-folder
4.3 Maps - Europe, 1943.
Box-folder
4.4 Maps - Pacific. ,
Box-folder
4.5 Newspaper clippings. ,
Box-folder
4.6 Recognition Pictorial Manual. ,
Box-folder
4.7 War bonds and war ration coupon books. ,
Subseries eight, box 4, selective service, 1941-1961.
This series includes information C.T. Pulliam received regarding selective service, arranged chronologically in one folder.
Box-folder
4.1 Selective service, 1941-1961.
Subseries nine, box 5, military correspondence, 1941-1961.
This subseries contains general military correspondence C.T. Pulliam received and sent during his time with the Arizona National Guard and while on active duty, arranged chronologically by folder.
Box-folder
5.1 Correspondence, 1920's.
Box-folder
5.2 Correspondence, 1930.
Box-folder
5.3 Correspondence, 1931.
Box-folder
5.4 Correspondence, January - June 1932.
Box-folder
5.5 Correspondence, July - December 1932.
Box-folder
5.6 Correspondence, 1933.
Box-folder
5.7 Correspondence, 1934.
Box-folder
5.8 Correspondence, 1935-39.
Box-folder
5.9 Correspondence, 1940.
Box-folder
5.10 Correspondence, 1941-61.
Box-folder
5.11 Undated correspondence. ,
Subseries ten , box 5, military finances, 1920s-1940s.
This subseries contains general military finance papers C.T. Pulliam kept during his time with the Arizona National Guard and while on active duty, arranged chronologically by folder.
Box-folder
5.1 Finances, 1920's.
Box-folder
5.2 Finances, 1930's.
Box-folder
5.3 Finance, 1940 and undated.
Box-folder
5.4 Council books, 1935-1940.
Series eight, box 5, yearbooks, 1920, 1924.
Box-folder
5.1 The Desert, 1920.
Box-folder
5.2 La Cuesta, 1924.
Series nine, box 5, Ledgers, 1907-1931.
This series contains C.T. and T.E. Pulliam's business ledgers and cash journals as well as ledgers form the Flagstaff Aero Club, Junior Chamber of Commerce, and a cash book form the Pioneers of Northern Arizona, arranged alphabetically.
Box-folder
Oversize C.T. Pulliam business ledger, 1928-1931.
Box-folder
5.1 C.T. Pulliam cash journal, 1923-1931.
Box-folder
5.2 Flagstaff Aero Club Ledger. ,
Box-folder
5.3 Flagstaff Aero Club Ledger, 1928-1929.
Box-folder
5.4 Flagstaff Jr. Chamber of Commerce Cash Journal, 1930.
Box-folder
5.5 Pioneers of Northern Arizona cash book, 1907.
Box-folder
5.6 T.E. Pulliam business ledger, 1922-1926.
Box-folder
5.7 T.E. Pulliam cash journal, 1922-1930.
Series ten, box 5, power of attorney. ,
This series was originally a separated collection entitled "Louella Pulliam Collection." It contained C.T. Pulliam's business ledger, which is now included in series nine, and a blank power of attorney.
Box-folder
5.1 Power of attorney (blank). ,
Series eleven, box 6, artifacts, ca. 1920-1950.
This series contains artifacts which belonged to the Pulliam family.
Box-folder
6.1 License plate. ,
Box-folder
6.2 Letter sweater, University of Arizona. ,
Box-folder
6.3 Boy scout handkerchiefs. ,
Box-folder
6.4 Burial marker. ,
Box-folder
6.5 Jewelry box. ,
Box-folder
6.6 Picture, Flagstaff Motor Co. ,
Box-folder
6.7 Paper US Flags. ,
Box-folder
6.8 Pin - Flagstaff Cold Tournament. ,
Box-folder
6.9 Pin - Flagstaff Pow Wow. ,
Box-folder
6.10 Badge - Kiwanis Convention. ,
Box-folder
6.11 Bracelet with Arizona State Seal Charm. ,
Box-folder
6.12 Patrol notebook. ,
Series twelve, Photographs, NAU.PH.83.2.1-62, 1919 - ca. 1945.
59 Black-and-White Photographs, 3 Picture Postcards.
The Pulliam Collection consists of photographs that document the opening dedication of the Flagstaff Municipal Airport at Koch Field in 1928, sledding near Emerson School and a trip to the Hopi Mesas. The collection also includes many portraits of unidentified people.
NAU.PH.83.2.1: [Portrait: unidentified woman.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Carson Studio, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 11.5x7.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.2: [Portrait: unidentified woman.], location unknown. Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 15x10.
NAU.PH.83.2.3: [Portrait: unidentified woman.], location unknown. Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 15x10.
NAU.PH.83.2.4: [Portrait: unidentified baby.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Carson Studio, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 15x10.
NAU.PH.83.2.5: [Portrait: unidentified baby.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Carson Studio, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 15x10.
NAU.PH.83.2.6: [Portrait: August J. O'Connor.], Douglas (Ariz.). Carson Studio, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 14x7.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.7: [Portrait: young man in military uniform.], Mexico (Mo.). Larsen Studio, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 11.5x7.
NAU.PH.83.2.8: [Portrait: unidentified woman.], location unknown. Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 15x10.
NAU.PH.83.2.9: [Portrait of] Leora Daze, 1916., Flagstaff (Ariz.). Stuart Studio, 1916. Black-and-White Photograph, 11.5x7.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.10: [Portrait: August J. O'Connor, 1919.], location unknown. Harbook Studio, 1919. Black-and-White Photograph, 19x10.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.11: [Portrait: unidentified woman.], Illinois. Northland Studios, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 14.5x9.
NAU.PH.83.2.12: With love, Margaret. [Portrait: unidentified woman.], location unknown. Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 14.5x9.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.13: Lest you forget. [Portrait: unidentified woman.], location unknown. Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 14.5x9.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.14: [Portrait: unidentified man.], location unknown. Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 14x9.
NAU.PH.83.2.15: [Portrait: unidentified man.], Los Angeles (Calif.). Bushnell Studio, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 27.5x17.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.16: [Portrait: unidentified woman.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Fronske Studio, ca. 1940. Black-and-White Photograph, 23.5x18.
NAU.PH.83.2.17: [Portrait: unidentified man.], location unknown. Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 23x10.
NAU.PH.83.2.18: Koch Field. [Dedication Day, June 8, 1928.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, 1928. Black-and-White Photograph, 11.5x16.
NAU.PH.83.2.19: Koch Field. [Dedication Day, June 8, 1928.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, 1928. Picture Postcard, 8x13.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.20: Koch Field. [Dedication Day, June 8, 1928.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, 1928. Black-and-White Photograph, 8x13.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.21: Koch Field. [Dedication Day, June 8, 1928.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, 1928. Picture Postcard, 8x13.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.22: Koch Field. [Dedication Day, June 8, 1928.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, 1928. Black-and-White Photograph, 8x13.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.23: Koch Field., Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1928. Black-and-White Photograph, 8x13.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.24: [Moving a building from Koch Field airport.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1928. Black-and-White Photograph, 8x13.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.25: [Moving a building from Koch Field airport.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, 1928. Black-and-White Photograph, 9x14.
NAU.PH.83.2.26: [Moving a building from Koch Field airport.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, 1928. Black-and-White Photograph, 9x11.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.27: [Clearing Koch Field.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, 1928. Black-and-White Photograph, 8x13.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.28: [Clearing Koch Field airport.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, 1928. Black-and-White Photograph, 8x13.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.29: [Sledding, north side of Emerson School.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1925. Black-and-White Photograph, 7.5x13.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.30: Seigfreid Soder. With dearest love, Siggie, N.AN.S. '20., location unknown. Photographer unknown, 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 14x9.
NAU.PH.83.2.31: [Unidentified woman posing in street.], location unknown. Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 6x4.
NAU.PH.83.2.32: [Unidentified women posing in street.], location unknown. Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 6x4.
NAU.PH.83.2.33: [Group at Hopi Mesas.], Hopi Indian Reservation (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 4x6.
NAU.PH.83.2.34: [Man and two women talking to Hopi children.], Hopi Indian Reservation (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 4x6.
NAU.PH.83.2.35: [Group of people, probably at Hopi Mesas.], Hopi Indian Reservation (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 6x4.
NAU.PH.83.2.36: [Hopi Kachina Dance.], Hopi Indian Reservation (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 6x4.
NAU.PH.83.2.37: [Hopi Kachina Dance.], Hopi Indian Reservation (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 4x6.
NAU.PH.83.2.38: [Hopi Kachina Dance.], Hopi Indian Reservation (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 4x6.
NAU.PH.83.2.39: [Hopi Kachina Dance.], Hopi Indian Reservation (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 4x6.
NAU.PH.83.2.40: [Hopi Kachina Dance.], Hopi Indian Reservation (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 4x6.
NAU.PH.83.2.41: [Very blurry photo of a dog?], location unknown. Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 10.5x6.
NAU.PH.83.2.42: [Unidentified woman.], location unknown. Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 10.5x6.
NAU.PH.83.2.43-52: [various unidentified women.], location unknown. Photographer unknown, ca. 1920. Black-and-White Photograph, 10.5x6.
NAU.PH.83.2.53: [Sledding.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1925. Black-and-White Photograph, 7.5x13.
NAU.PH.83.2.54: [Sledding.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1925. Black-and-White Photograph, 13x7.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.55: [Sledding.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1925. Black-and-White Photograph, 7.5x13.5.
NAU.PH.83.2.56: [Sledding.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1925. Black-and-White Photograph, 8x13.
NAU.PH.83.2.57: [Group portrait: Police.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1945. Black-and-White Photograph, 19x24.
NAU.PH.83.2.58: # 43 Payne, 66 U.S. Highway (Marathon) near Flagstaff., Coconino County (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1925. Picture Postcard, 8x13.
NAU.PH.83.2.60: [Koch Field.], Flagstaff (Ariz.). Photographer unknown, ca. 1928. Black-and-White Photograph, 19x24.
NAU.PH.83.2.61: Municipal Airport, Flagstaff Ariz., June 8, 1928., Flagstaff (Ariz.). U.S. Navy, 1928. Black-and-White Photograph, 19x24.