Bernard L. Fontana Papers1832-2000 (bulk 1956-1985)

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Bernard L. Fontana Papers1832-2000 (bulk 1956-1985)

MS 434


Collection Summary

Creator: Fontana, Bernard L.
Collection Name:Bernard Fontana Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1832-2000
Bulk Dates: (bulk 1965-1985)
Title: Bernard Fontana Papers
Physical Description:52.5 linear feet
Abstract: This collection contains materials relating to Bernard (Bunny) Fontana, a prominent anthropologist and active community member in Southern Arizona. Materials include activity files, which include documentation of activities in organizations, speeches, conferences, and research; writings, which include manuscripts and book reviews. Also included is correspondence, personal files and oversize materials.
Collection Number:MS 434
Repository: University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections
University of Arizona
PO Box 210055
Tucson, AZ 85721-0055
Phone: 520-621-6423
Fax: 520-621-9733
URL: http://www.library.arizona.edu/speccoll

Biographical Note

Bernard (Bunny) Lee Fontana was a prominent anthropologist based out of the University of Arizona. He participated in many activities around Sonora and southern Arizona and was also a prolific author who preferred to be known as Bunny.

Bunny Fontana was born January 7, 1931 in Oakland, California. He attended the University of California at Berkeley where he earned his B.A. in Anthropology in 1953. He married his high school sweetheart, Hazel Ann McFeely, on June 27, 1954. From 1953-1955 Bunny served in the United States Army where he was briefly stationed in Alaska. Upon discharge from the military he attended the University of Arizona where he earned his Ph.D. in anthropology in 1960. Bunny and Hazel started their family in 1962 with the birth of son Geoffrey. Nicholas followed in 1965, and Francesca arrived in 1968.

Bunny held the positions of field historian in the University of Arizona Library, ethnologist in the Arizona State Museum, and lecturer in the Department of Anthropology. He was very active professionally and wrote many articles, books, and other literary contributions. He was also an editor, active community member, lecturer and private consultant.

Among his contributions are the books: A Gift of Angels: The Art of Mission San Xavier del Bac; Trails to Tiburón: The 1894 and 1895 Field Diaries of W J McGee; Tarahumara: Where Night is the Day of the Moon and Of Earth and Little Rain: The Papago Indians. Bunny Fontana was very involved in Tohono O’odham affairs as he and his wife lived extremely close to the Tohono O’odham reservation near the San Xavier del Bac Mission in Tucson, Arizona. Fontana’s main research interest was Southwest ethnohistory, history and ethnology, including the Mexican states of Sonora and Chihuahua. He was a member of Patronato San Xavier which is dedicated to preserving and promoting the Mission of San Xavier del Bac. Bunny’s interest in mission history also aided him in his work as field historian in which he traveled to all areas of Arizona and Sonora and augmented the holdings of the University of Arizona’s Special Collections.

Bunny retired from the University of Arizona in 1992 and Hazel Fontana passed away in February 2009. Bunny Fontana remaines active in organizations and continues attending meetings, conferences, and writing articles and book reviews.


Scope and Content Note

Papers, 1832-2000 (bulk 1965-1985). This collection contains the papers of Bernard (Bunny) Fontana documenting his scholarly, professional and community involvement. The bulk of the materials are activity files which document his activity with organizations, projects, research and speeches. Included in these files are communications, informational research materials, photographs and talks. Also included are writings such as manuscripts written by Fontana and others as well as book reviews and student writings. In addition there are correspondence files which are arranged in their original filing scheme, personal files, and oversize materials.


Arrangement

This collection is organized into 5 series.

Restrictions

Restrictions

None

Copyright

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Arizona Board of Regents for the University of Arizona, its officers, employees, and agents from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of copyright.


Related Material

Materials pertaining to Fontana’s work as an ethnologist for the Arizona State Museum can be found at the Arizona State Museum Library. Bunny's work with Patronato San Xavier Collection (MS 459), and Southwest Mission Research Center records (MS 443) are held by University of Arizona Library Special Collections.


Access Terms

Personal Name(s)
Fontana, Bernard L.

Corporate Name(s)
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum (Tucson, Ariz.)
Mission San Xavier del Bac (Tucson, Ariz.)
Patronato San Xavier.
Southwestern Mission Research Center (U.S.)
University of Arizona
University of Arizona. Library. Special Collections

Geographic Name(s)
Sonora (Mexico : State) - History
Tucson (Ariz.) - History

Subject(s)
Missions-- Mexico -- Sonora (State).
Missions--Arizona--History.
Tohono O'Odham Indians.


Administrative Information

Credit Line

Bernard Fontana Papers (MS 434). University of Arizona Library Special Collections.

Accruals

Further accurrals are anticipated


Container List

Series I: Activity Files, 1859-2000
Alphabetical. This series contains documentation of Bunny Fontana’s professional activities. It is divided into four subseries.
Subseries 1: Organizations: Contains documents relating to activities with organizations.
Subseries 2: Projects and Research: Contains research documents and information on the planning of projects.
Subseries 3: Conferences: Contains conference programs and communication.
Subseries 4: Speeches and Talk: Contains presented talks and speeches.
Subseries 1: Organizations
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11 Speeches and Talk: Contains presented talks and speeches. 1958-1970
12 American Association for State and Local History. 1979
13 American Indian Scholars Convention. 1970
14 American Society for Ethnohistory – Annual Meeting Programs. 1969
15 American Society for Ethnohistory – Correspondence. 1970
16 American Society for Ethnohistory – Correspondence. 1967-1970
17 American Society for Ethnohistory – Henry F. Dobyns. 1965-1970
18 American Society for Ethnohistory – Meeting. 1969
19 American Society for Ethnohistory – Meeting. 1970
110 American Society for Ethnohistory – Nominations. 1972
111 American Studies Association. 1967
112 The American Way – Correspondence A-L. 1970-1972
113 The American Way – Correspondence M-Z. undated, 1970-1972
114 The American Way – Native American Articles. 1971-1972
115 Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society – Newsletters. 1978-1985
116 Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society – Newsletters. 1978-1985
117 Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society – Newsletters. 1989-1992
118 Arizona Center for the Book. undated, 1984-1989
119 Arizona Daily Star Southwest Book Selections. 1986-1992
120 Arizona Historical Society – 1960 Tucson Convention. undated, 1960
121 Arizona Historical Society – 1963 Tucson Convention. undated, 1963
122 Arizona Historical Society – 1972 and 1974 Conventions. 1972-1974
123 Arizona Historical Society – 1976 Flagstaff Convention. undated, 1973-1976
124 Arizona Historical Society – 1977 Convention. undated, 1976
125 Arizona Historical Society – 1977 Convention. 1977
126 Arizona Historical Society – 1978 Ft. Huachuca Convention. undated, 1973-1978
127 Arizona Historical Society – Board of Directors. undated, 1973-1978
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2 Arizona Historical Society – Board of Directors. undated, 1979
23 Arizona Historical Society – Board of Directors. undated, 1978-1980
24 Arizona Historical Society – Convention Committee. undated, 1977-1984
25 Arizona Historical Society – Executive Committee. undated, 1972-1980
26 Arizona Historical Society – General. 1979
27 Arizona Historical Society – Liaisons. undated, 1978-1980
28 Arizona Historical Society – Policy and Planning Committee. 1980
29 Arizona Historical Society – Preservation Committee. undated, 1960-1961
210 Arizona Press Women. 1962
211 American Society for Ethnography. undated, 1983
212 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Board of Directors. 1971-1979
213 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Board of Directors. 1980
214 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Board of Directors. 1981
215 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Board of Directors. 1982
216 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Board of Directors. 1983
217 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Board of Directors. 1984
218 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Board of Directors. 1985-1986
219 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Board of Trustees Meetings. 1985-1986
220 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Committees. undated, 1979-1985
221 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Docents. undated, 1984
222 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Fiscal Matters. 1975-1983
223 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Fiscal Matters. 1984-1985
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31 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – General. undated, 1983-1991
32 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – George L. Mountain Lion Club. 1984-1985
33 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Gift Shop Committee. 1979-1984
34 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Governing Documents. undated, 1980-1985
35 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Hal Gras. 1981-1985
36 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Inge Poglayen undated, 1983-1984
37 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Large Animal Habitat. undated, 1983-1984
38 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Meeting Minutes. 1983-1985
39 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Newsletters. 1982
310 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Newsletters. 1983
311 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Newsletters. 1984
312 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Newsletters. 1985
313 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Newsletters. 1986
314 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Nominations Committee. 1979-1986
315 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – “People in the Desert”. 1993-1994
316 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Personnel Issues. 1984-1985
317 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Policy Review. 1984-1985
318 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Research Committee. undated, 1977-1982
319 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – Spanish Names of Animals. undated, 1984
320 British Broadcasting Corporation – “The Paradise Land”. undated, 1978-1988
321 Bureau of Land Management – Columbus Quincentenary Meeting. undated, 1992-1993
322 Bureau of Land Management – San Pedro River. undated, 1985-1986
323 Bureau of Land Management – San Pedro River. undated, 1987-1990
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41 Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge 50th Anniversary. 1989
42 CALI Conference. 1976
43 California Mission Studies Association. 1986
44 City of Tucson – Affirmative Action Workshop. undated, 1975-1976
45 The Cochise Quarterly Newsletter. undated,
46 Coronado International Monument Commission. undated, 1937-1947
47 Coronado International Monument Commission. 1948-1978
48 Council for Museum Anthropology. 1974-1975
49 Crow Canyon Archaeological Center - Fall 1993 Tours. undated, 1971-1993
410 Crow Canyon Archaeological Center – Field Seminar. 1992
411 Crow Canyon Archaeological Center – Field Seminar. 1993
412 Crow Canyon Archaeological Center – Field Seminar Planning. undated, 1992-1994
413 DeGolyer Library Quincentenary. 1990
414 DeGrazia Foundation. 1977-1995
415 Economic Development Administration. 1971-1973
416 Education Expeditions International – Proposals. undated, 1971-1973
417 El Paso Museum of History. 1992
418 Ford Foundation – Grant Proposal. undated, 1987
419 Goals for Tucson. undated, 1981-1983
420 Hispanic Culture Foundation. , undated,
421 Journal of Arid Environments. undated, 1977-1979
422 Journal of the Southwest Editorial Board. 1986-1992
423 Kino Tercentennial Committee – Miscellaneous. 1983-1990
424 Kino Tercentennial Committee – Newspaper Coverage. 1986-1989
425 Library Humanities Grant Application. 1991-1992
426 Museum of New Mexico – Columbus Quincentenary. undated, 1989
427 Museum of New Mexico – NEH Planning Consultant. undated, 1986
428 Museum of New Mexico – NEH Planning Consultant. 1987-1988
429 Museum of New Mexico – Palace of the Governors Exhibit (1 of 2). 1991
430 Museum of New Mexico – Palace of the Governors Exhibit (2 of 2). 1991
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51 Museum of New Mexico – Segesserltide Paintings. undated, 1963-1988
52 The National Heritage Trust. undated, 1977
53 National Park Service – Arizona Archaeological Center. undated, 1974
54 National Park Service – Arizona Archaeological Center. 1975-1977
55 National Park Service – Coronado National Memorial. undated, 1974-1976
56 National Park Service – Coronado National Memorial Planning. undated 1975-1977
57 National Park Service – Coronado Pageants and Correspondence undated, 1974-1976
58 National Park Service – Ft. Bowie Historical Site. 1972-1975
59 National Park Service – Grand Canyon Feral Burro Control. 1976-1977
510 National Park Service – Grand Canyon Information. undated, 1959-1977
511 National Park Service – Grand Canyon News. 1974-1978
512 National Park Service – Grand Canyon River Planning. 1974-1977
513 National Park Service – Lake Mead Development. undated, 1977-1978
514 National Park Service – Lake Mead Hearings. undated, 1975-1978
515 National Park Service – Park Information. 1975-1978
516 National Park Service – Secret Mountain. undated, 1978-1979
517 National Parks and Conservation Association. undated, 1984-1991
518 National Register of Historic Places. 1973-1974
519 Northland Press. 1975-1993
520 North/South Cultural Center. undated,
521 One World Journeys – Desert Trek. 2000
522 Papago Press. 1963-1966
523 Patronato San Xavier – Arizona Heritage Alliance, Inc. 1998
524 Patronato San Xavier – Awards. 1998
525 Patronato San Xavier – Bicentennial Celebration Planning. 1997
526 Patronato San Xavier – City of Tucson Proclamation. 1997
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61 Patronato San Xavier – Getty Grant Annotated Bibliography. 1995-1998
62 Patronato San Xavier – Information Sheets. 1992-1993
63 Patronato San Xavier – Kress Foundation. 1996
64 Patronato San Xavier – Lazzarini Visit and Analysis. 1993-1996
65 Patronato San Xavier – Lightning Protection. 1996-1998
66 Patronato San Xavier – Meeting Minutes. 1996
67 Patronato San Xavier – Meeting Minutes. 1997
68 Patronato San Xavier – Meeting Minutes. 1998
69 Patronato San Xavier – Mold Resume. undated
610 Patronato San Xavier – National Park Service Grant. 1996
611 Patronato San Xavier – Quatrefoil Windows (Vint). 1997
612 Patronato San Xavier – Schwartzbaum Proposals. 1990-1997
613 Patronato San Xavier – Secretary’s File. 1996
614 Patronato San Xavier – Secretary’s File. 1997
615 Patronato San Xavier – Secretary’s File (1 of 2). 1998
616 Patronato San Xavier – Secretary’s File (2 of 2). 1998
617 Patronato San Xavier – Secretary’s File. 1999
618 Patronato San Xavier – Talks Given. 1995-1997
619 Patronato San Xavier – Talks Given. 1998
620 Patronato San Xavier – Talks Given. 1999
621 Patronato San Xavier – Tucson Museum of Art Exhibit. 1997
622 Patronato San Xavier – Vint’s Architectural Field Reports. 1989-1992
623 Patronato San Xavier – Vint’s Vestibule Proposal. 1996
624 Scarecrow Press. 1979-1982
625 Society for American Archaeology. undated, 1962
626 Society for American Archaeology. 1963
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7 Society for Historical Archaeology – A-E. 1967-1970
72 Society for Historical Archaeology – Charles H. Fairbanks. 1967-1969
7 Society for Historical Archaeology – General. 1967-1971
74 Society for Historical Archaeology – John L. Cutter. 1967-1970
75 Society for Historical Archaeology – Kansas City Conference. undated, 1992-1993
76 Society for Historical Archaeology – Stanley South. 1967-1971
77 Society for Historical Archaeology – Symposium on Spanish Colonial. 1968
78 Society for Historical Archaeology – T-V. 1964-1972
79 Society for Historical Archaeology – W-Z. 1962-1972
710 Southwest Center – Book Series – Buford Pickens Study of Kino Missions – Correspondence. 1989-1992
711 Southwest Center – Book Series – Buford Pickens Study of Kino Missions – Buford Pickens Study of Kino Missions – Draft 2. 1989
712 Southwest Center – Book Series – Buford Pickens Study of Kino Missions – Manuscript. 1992
713 Southwest Center – Book Series – Federico Ronstadt – Correspondence. undated, 1991-1992
714 Southwest Center – Book Series – Federico Ronstadt – General. undated, 1986
715 Southwest Center – Book Series – Federico Ronstadt – Manuscript 1 (1 of 2). 1991
716 Southwest Center – Book Series – Federico Ronstadt – Manuscript 2 (2 of 2). 1991
717 Southwest Center – Book Series – Federico Ronstadt – Manuscript 2 undated
718 Southwest Center – Book Series – Federico Ronstadt – Manuscript Draft. undated
719 Southwest Center – Book Series – Federico Ronstadt – Manuscript Reviews. undated
720 Southwest Center – Book Series – Federico Ronstadt – References Cited. undated, 1951-1992
721 Southwest Center – Book Series – Federico Ronstadt – Substituted Manuscript Pages. 1992
722 Southwest Center – Book Series – Frederick Hodge. 1989-1990
723 Southwest Center – Book Series – Hancock/Yetman “Visions of Sonora”. undated, 1991
724 Southwest Center – Book Series – Information. 1980-1992
725 Southwest Center – Book Series – J.P.S. Brown “The Faces of Sonora”. undated, 1988-1991
726 Southwest Center – General. undated, 1978-1984
727 Southwest Center – General. 1987
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81 Southwest Center – General. 1990-1995
82 Southwest Center – Planning. undated, 1977-1979
83 Southwest Center – Search for New Director. undated, 1986-1988
84 Southwest Environmental Services. undated, 1975-1976
85 Southwest Folklore Center. undated, 1978-1988
86 Southwestern Library Association. undated
87 Southwestern Library Association. 1979-1980
88 Southwestern Mission Research Center – Correspondence And Proposals. 1966-1987
89 Southwestern Mission Research Center – Correspondence And Proposals. 1988
810 Southwestern Mission Research Center – Correspondence And Proposals. 1989-1992
811 Southwestern Mission Research Center – Governing Documents. 1965-1992
812 Southwestern Mission Research Center – Historical Summaries. undated, 1987
813 Southwestern Mission Research Center – Mission Tours. 1956-1987
814 Southwestern Mission Research Center – Mission Tours. 1988-1992
815 Southwestern Mission Research Center – Santa Cruz Valley Tour. undated, 1993
816 Southwestern Mission Research Center – St. Michael’s Mission. 1961-1985
817 St. Michael’s Press. 1985-1987
818 Time-Life Books – The Gamblers. 1978-1979
819 Tucson Corral of the Westerners. undated, 1976-1990
820 Tucson Historical Committee. 1964-1970
821 Tucson Historical Committee. 1971-1974
822 Tucson Public Library – Sonoran Heritage Program (1 of 2). undated,
823 Tucson Public Library – Sonoran Heritage Program (2 of 2). undated,
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91 Tucson Public Library – Sonoran Heritage Program. 1969-1978
92 UCLA Archaeology. 1969-1970
93 University of Arizona – Amerind Club. unidate, 1971-1975
94 University of Arizona – Arizona State Museum. undated, 1963-1976
95 University of Arizona – Arizona Quarterly. 1977
96 University of Arizona – Centennial Celebration. undated, 1983-1985
97 University of Arizona – Columbus Quincentennial. undated, 1987-1989
98 University of Arizona – Columbus Quincentennial. 1990-1992
99 University of Arizona – Committee on Minority Salary Equity. 1984
910 University of Arizona – Community Development. undated, 1967
911 University of Arizona – Folklore Committee. undated, 1967-1978
912 University of Arizona – Friends of the Library – Ann-Eve Mansfeld Johnson Memorial Fund. 1986-1987
913 University of Arizona – Friends of the Library – Acquisitions. undated, 1984-1990
914 University of Arizona – Friends of the Library – Acquisitions Through Estates. 1986
915 University of Arizona – Friends of the Library – Correspondence. undated, 1986
916 University of Arizona – Friends of the Library – Correspondence. 1987-1992
917 University of Arizona – Friends of the Library – Financial Records. 1983-1992
918 University of Arizona – Friends of the Library – Keepsake Publications. undated, 1984-1992
919 University of Arizona – Friends of the Library – Meeting Minutes. 1984-1992
920 University of Arizona – Friends of the Library – Membership Lists. 1983-1992
921 University of Arizona – Friends of the Library – Outings. 1985-1991
922 University of Arizona – Friends of the Library – Powell Endowment. 1986-1987
923 University of Arizona – Friends of the Library – Presented Talks. undated, 1984-1987
924 University of Arizona – Honors Convocations. undated, 1967-1977
925 University of Arizona – KUAT National Endowment for the Humanities. undated,
926 University of Arizona – KUAT National Endowment for the Humanities. 1975-1978
927 University of Arizona – Library Borderlands Grant Application. 1992
928 University of Arizona – Library Collections Development Committee. undated, 1979-1984
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101 University of Arizona – Library Collections Development Committee. 1985-1986
102 University of Arizona – Library Collections Development Committee. 1987-1988
103 University of Arizona – Library Collections Development Committee. 1989-1990
104 University of Arizona – Library Dedication Committee. 1976-1977
105 University of Arizona – Library History. 1991
106 University of Arizona – New Start. undated
107 University of Arizona – Program for New Faculty. 1976
108 University of Arizona – Special Collections. 1979-1985
109 University of Arizona – Special Collections Commission. undated 1972-1973
1010 University of Arizona – Town and Country Life Conference. 1978
1011 University of Arizona Press – Book Promotions. 1974-1989
1012 University of Arizona Press – Forewords, Correspondence, Reports. undated, 1970-1990
1013 University of Arizona Press – Manuscript Evaluations (A – G). 1971-1986
1014 University of Arizona Press – Manuscript Evaluations (H - Z). 1971-1987
1015 University of Arizona Press – Of Earth and Little Rain Contract. 1989
1016 University of New Mexico – Ronstadt Memoirs. 1992-1993
1017 Westerners International. 1992-1993
1018 Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian. 1989
1019 Writers of the Purple Sage – Bibliographies. 1983
1020 Writers of the Purple Sage – Down Mexico Way. 1983
1021 Writers of the Purple Sage – Faces of Pancho Villa. 1988
1022 Writers of the Purple Sage – Geronimo’s Surrender. 1985
1023 Writers of the Purple Sage – Golden West. undated, 1983-1984
1024 Writers of the Purple Sage – Grant Proposal. 1982-1983
1025 Writers of the Purple Sage – Indian Country – Inventing the Indian. 1985
1026 Writers of the Purple Sage – Indian Country – Meeting. 1985
1027 Old Southwest/New Southwest. 1985
1028 Writers of the Purple Sage – Organization Meeting. 1983
1029 Writers of the Purple Sage – Out West. undated, 1883-1984
1030 Writers of the Purple Sage – Radio Programs. 1984
1031 Writers of the Purple Sage – Resource Kits. 1983
1032 Writers of the Purple Sage – Tanque Verde Workshop. 1983
Subseries 2: Projects and Research
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1033 Acoma and Laguna. 1955-1965
1034 Ak Chin Claims Case. undated, 1958-1968
1035 Alamo Hacienda – Beckford Kibbey Home. 1987
1036 Alamos – Rachael French. undated, 1961-1962
1037 American Indian Periodicals. 1982-1984
1038 Apache Clippings. 1982-1984
1039 Arizona Academy Indians Clippings. 1971-1992
1040 Arizona and New Mexico Reservations. undated 1969-1971
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111 Arizona History News. 1961-1970
112 Arizona Indians. 1965-1973
113 Arizona Indians – General Data. undated, 1954-1971
114 Arizona Statehood. undated
115 Arthur Schott Bibliography. undated, 1859-1959
116 Bancroft Library – Sonora and Arizona Microfilm Project. 1985
117 Bead Trade Natchitoches – C.H. Webb. undated, 1964-1965
118 Brady’s Report. 1860
119 Broken Arrow Center Proposal. 1977-1978
1110 Calabasas, Arizona. 1984-1985
1111 Camino del Diablo. 1988-1989
1112 Cartoons. undated
1113 Chaco Canyon. 1965
1114 Chiricahua Apache/U.S. Cessation of Hostilities. 1985-1986
1115 Cochiti Clippings. 1971
1116 Cocopa Indian Clippings. 1970-1971
1117 Colorado River Reservation. undated, 1940-1968
1118 Colorado River Reservation Clippings. 1967-1970
1119 Contemporary American Indian Life – Hipplerontemporary American Indian Life – Hippler. 1969
1120 Cordova, New Mexico. undated, 1979
1121 Corporation of Our Lady of Guadalupe. 1965
1122 Documentary Relations of the Southwest. undated, 1973-1975
1123 Documentary Relations of the Southwest. 1987
1124 Eye to the Past – Norman Barka TV Proposal. undated, 1976-1977
1125 First Tucsonans – John Crouch Video Project. 1979
1126 Ft. Apache. undated, 1964-1968
1127 Ft. Apache Reservation. 1970-1972
1128 Ft. Bliss, Texas. undated
1129 Ft. McDowell and Salt River Reservations. undated, 1941-1965
1130 Ft. McDowell Clipping. 1973
1131 Ft. Yuma and Cocopa Reservation. undated, 1961-1991
1132 Gallup Area Office. undated, 1961-1965
1133 Garces Bicentennial. unidated, 1981
1134 George Grant – Photographer. 1954-1984
1135 George Kingsbury on Modoc Indian War. undated, 1961-1962
1136 Gila River and Ak Chin Reservations. undated 1960-1970
1137 Gila River Reservation. 1970-1975
1138 Handbook of Latin American Art. 1981
1139 Handbook of Latin American Art - Joyce Bailey. undated, 1981-1985
1140 Handbook of North American Indians - Authors’ Instructions. undated, 1970-1980
1141 Handbook of North American Indians - Biographical Articles. undated, 1972
1142 Handbook of North American Indians – Contemporary Indians. undated, 1970-1978
1143 Handbook of North American Indians – Indian and White Relations. 1971-1974
1144 Handbook of North American Indians – Newsletters. undated, 1977-1983
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121 Handbook of North American Indians – Technology and Visual Arts. undated, 1972-1976
122 Havasupai Clippings. 1970-1975
123 Havasupai Indian Reservation Addition. undated, 1974
124 Hispanic Heritage – Jack Peterson TV Proposal. undated, 1983-1984
125 Historical Archaeology – Iain Walker. 1965-1972
126 History of Indians of North America Lecture Notes. 1964
127 Hopi. undated, 1962-1967
128 Hopi and Navajo Clippings. 1970-1972
129 Hopi Clippings. 1970-1972
1210 Huachuca Planning Visit. undated
1211 Hualapai and Havasupai Reservations. undated, 1939-1969
1212 Hualapai Clippings. 1970
1213 Hubbell Trading Post. 1969-1970
1214 Jack Kelly on Quechans. 1970
1215 Jemez, Zia, Santa Ana and El Rancho. 1954-1962
1216 Jicarilla – General. undated, 1963-1967
1217 Jicarilla Apache Clippings. 1970-1972
1218 John P. Clum Letters. undated
1219 John Russell Bartlett Illustrations. 1962-1983
1220 Kaibab-Paiute Economic Program. 1963-1967
1221 Kino’s Italy Tour. 1987
1222 Laird Guidebook to Arizona. 1985-1986
1223 Latin American Art. 1981
1224 Lead Crosses of Tucson. undated
1225 Linda Vista, Arizona. 1988
1226 Look to the Mountaintop Book. undated
1227 Maps. undated, 1944-1969
1228 Maricopa and Mayo Indian Pottery. undated, 1956-1968
1229 Mescalero Clipping. 1971
1230 Mescalero – General. undated, 1961-1964
1231 Mohave Clipping. 1971
1232 Mohave Indian Pottery. 1963
1233 Navajo Clippings. 1969-1973
1234 Navajo – Community Development. 1967-1972
1235 Eastern Navajo Agency. undated, 1968-1969
1236 Navajo – General Information. undated,
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131 Navajo – General Information. 1953-1965
132 Navajo – General Information. 1966-1972
133 New Mexico and Arizona Railroads. undated, 1959-1990
134 New Mexico Indians. undated, 1963-1973
135 Newell Cantonement. undated, 1985
136 Nuestra Señora de Valvanera I. undated, 1979-1984
137 Nuestra Señora de Valvanera II. undated, 1980-1983
138 Old Pueblo Cable Television Proposal. undated, 1981
139 Overland Press – Hislop Letters. undated
1310 Overland Press – Hislop Letters. 1957-1966
1311 Paiute Indians Bridgeport, California. 1974
1312 People, Places and Things Foreword. undated
1313 Phoenix Area Office – Bureau of Indian Affairs. 1965-1968
1314 Pima and Maricopa Clippings. 1878-1973
1315 Pima Bajo Indians – 1955 Trip. 1955
1316 Pima Bajo Indians – 1966 Trip. undated, 1966
1317 Pima Battleground. undated, 1965-1986
1318 Pima Indian Claims Case. 1976
1319 Polish Theater. 1979
1320 Proto-Colonial Research Newsletters. 1987-1991
1321 Pueblo Clippings. 1973
1322 Quechan (Yuma) Clippings. 1970-1973
1323 Roberto Thompson Interview. 1963
1324 Ronald Ives. 1959-1960
1325 San Antonio Curriculum Project. 1979-1981
1326 Sanctuary Movement. 1988-1989
1327 Saguaro National Monument – Buffer Zones. 1987-1988
1328 Saguaro National Monument – General Management Plan. 1986-1988
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141 Saguaro National Monument – Tucson Mountain Park. 1986-1989
142 Salt River and Ft. McDowell Reserves. 1965
143 San Carlos Agency Workable Program. 1962-1973
144 San Carlos Apache Clippings. 1968-1973
145 San Carlos Apache – General. 1965-1967
146 San Ildefonso, Nambe, and Pojoaque. 1964-1965
147 San Juan, Santa Clara and Tesuque. 1964-1965
148 San Xavier and Papago Indians – Fiesta and Writings. undated, 1959-1973
149 San Xavier Booklet – Erni Cabat. 1984
1410 Sandia. 1954-1965
1411 Santa Cruz River Documentary. 1979
1412 Santa Fe – School and BIA Offices. undated, 1965-1967
1413 Santo Domingo, San Felipe and Cochiti. 1940-1965
1414 Seri Blue – A to Z. 1964-1965
1415 Seri Blue – Ed and Becky Moser. 1964-1965
1416 Seri Clippings. 1973
1417 Seri Indians – Turtle Bone Figurines. 1967
1418 Sonoran Heritage Program – Clothing (Envelope 1). undated
1419 Sonoran Heritage Program – Clothing (Envelope 2). undated
1420 Sonoran Heritage Program – Destiny. 1981
1421 Sonoran Heritage Program – Genius. 1980
1422 Sonoran Heritage Program – Information. 1978-1979
1423 Sonoran Heritage Program – Information. 1980-1981
1424 Sonoran Heritage Program – Making Connections. undated
1425 Sonoran Heritage Program – Play. undated
1426 Sonoran Heritage Program – Power. undated
1427 Sonoran Heritage Program – Work. undated
1428 Stewart Culin Papers. 1985
1428 Stewart Culin Papers. 1985
1429 Stewart Udall – Ten Year Planning Report. 1964-1971
1430 Taos and Picuris. 1963-1969
1431 Taos Clippings. 1965-1971
1432 Tonto Payson Apaches – Advocacy Team Concept. 1972
1433 Tonto Payson Apaches – Articles of Agreement. 1896
1434 Tonto Payson Apaches – The Camp by Nick Houser. 1971
1435 Tonto Payson Apaches – Clippings. 1970-1973
1436 Tonto Payson Apaches – General undated
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151 Tonto Payson Apaches – General. 1970-1973
152 Tonto Payson Apaches – Jackson Report. 1963-1972
153 Tonto Payson Apaches – NCAI Resolution #6. 1970
154 Tonto Payson Apaches – Position Paper (Sparks). 1972
155 Tucson 1912. undated
156 Tucson Aqueduct. 1985
157 Tucson at the Millenium. undated, 1999
158 Twelve Travelers Sculptural Memorial. 1988-1990
159 United Pueblos Agency Materials. undated, 1954-1967
1510 University of Arizona History. undated, 1982
1511 Ute Mountain Reservation. undated, 1952-1969
1512 Washington BIA materials. undated, 1963-1970
1513 William Liesenbein – Ceramic Analysis. undated
1514 Yavapai – Camp Verde and Prescott. undated, 1966
1515 Yavapai Clippings. 1965-1971
1516 Yaqui Clippings. 1966-1978
1517 Yaqui – General. undated, 1966
1518 Zuni Clippings. 1970-1971
1519 Zuni – General. undated, 1962-1971
Subseries 1: Organizations
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1520 Coronado. 1992
1521 Daughters of the Desert. 1986
1522 Gran Quivira Conference. undated, 1972-1979
1523 Gran Quivira Conference. 1980-1983
1524 Gran Quivira Conference XIII. 1984
1525 Gran Quivira Conference XIV. 1985
1526 Gran Quivira Conference XV. 1986
1527 Gran Quivira Conference XVI. 1987
1528 Gran Quivira Conference XVII. 1988
1529 Gran Quivira Conference XVIII. 1989
1530 Gran Quivira Conference XIX. 1990
1531 Gran Quivira Conference XX. 1991
1532 Gran Quivira Conference XXI. 1992
1533 Gran Quivira Conference XXIX. 2000
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161 Gran Quivira Conference - General. 1990-2000
162 Health Education. 1966
163 Historical Archaeology and the National Register. 1993
164 History and Identity: The Southwest in World Perspective. undated, 1979-1980
165 Uto-Aztecan Ethnolinguistics. undated, 1981-1982
166 Western History Conference. undated, 1961-1963
167 Acadia, Amichel and Alava to Alaska. 1992
168 American Indian Ethnohistory. 1962
169 Archaeology in the National Forests. 1975
1610 Arizona Indians: An Historic Overview. 1985
1611 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. 1979
1612 Before Humpty Dumpty. 1990
1613 Bones, Birds and Bugs. 1964
1614 The Builders. 1997
1615 The Burro: Adventures at Tar Flat. 1983
1616 Byrd Baylor. 1991
1617 Calabazas. 1975
1618 Charles F. Lummis Symposium. 1985
1619 Chickens to Phi Beta Kappa. 1996
1620 Coyotes Aren’t Tucson’s Only Howlers. 1991
1621 Daughters of the Desert: Women Anthropologists. 1986
1622 Drawing the Border. 1982-1983
1623 Excavating Ourselves. 1967
1624 Exodus. 1981
1625 Finding the Southwest. 1986-1987
1626 The Fourth Age. 1984-1985
1627 Franciscans and Indian Missionary Work. 1961-1962
1628 The Grand Canyon. 1990
1629 A Half-Century of Greenfields. 1983
1630 History is More or Less Bunk. 1988
1631 History of the University of Arizona Library. 1985
1632 Indians and Missionaries in the Southwest. 1985-1986
1633 Introduction to the Southwest as a Region. 1985
1634 Inventing the Southwest. 1989
1635 Kino Three Centuries Later. 1987
1636 Library Tour. 1985
1637 Literati on the Line. 1982
1638 Literature of Northwestern Mexico. 1990
1639 The Literature of Southeastern Arizona. 1992
1640 Man in the Desert. 1982
1641 Maynard Dixon: Arizona Artist. 1987
1642 Mesquite Wine. 1987
1643 Miscellaneous. undated, 1962-1984
1644 Miscellaneous - Ad Lib and from Slides. 1987-1990
1645 The Missions of Pimería Alta. 1961
1646 The Missions of Pimería Alta. 1962
1647 Myth and History. 1958
1648 New Perspectives. 1993
1649 Of Other Persuasion. 1979
1650 The Old Santa Cruz Trial. 1985
1651 One Hundred Years of Howard Why. 1958-1985
1652 Piman Indians of Green Valley. 1986
1653 The Piman Way and Christianity. 1987
1654 Presentation to Anthropology Class. 1966
1655 Preserving the Southwest. 1986
1656 Remarks on John P. Schaeffer. 1982
1657 San Xavier Mission. 1987
1658 San Xavier Mission Preservation. 1962
1659 San Xavier You’ve Never Known. 1961
1660 Saving San Xavier. 1990
1661 The Secret San Xavier. 1987
1662 The Secrets of San Xavier. 1986
1663 Sonora-California Trail. 1975
1664 Sonoran Peregrinations. 1979
1665 Spain’s Legacy in the United States. 1994
1666 Spanish in Arizona. 1979
1667 Stone to Stainless Steel. 1982
1668 Threads at St. Michael’s Mission. 1987
1669 To See the World. 1990-1991
1670 Tom Childs and Papago Indians. 1985
1671 Trailing the Santa Cruz. 1986-1990
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171 Trails to Tucson. 1989
172 Tucson and Arizona: An Overview. 1991
173 University of Arizona. 1986
174 University of Arizona: Century One. 1985
175 Untitled at Kitt Peak. 1984
176 Untitled to Up with People. 1986
177 A View of the Holy Cross. 1997
178 Wandering the Colorado Plateau. 1989
179 Welcome to Tucson. 1985
1710 Welcome to University of Arizona. 1981
Series II: Writings
Alphabetical. This series contains writings by Fontana and others. It is divided into three subseries.
Subseries 1: Manuscripts: Contains manuscripts and related documents created by Fontana and others.
Subseries 2: Book Reviews: Contains book reviews written by Fontana.
Sunseries 3: Theses and Dissertations: Contains theses and dissertations written by students of Fontana.
Subseries 1: Manuscripts
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1711 After the War. undated
1712 Agent of God and King: Father Kino. 1987
1713 Alice Carpenter. 1986-1991
1714 The American Way (1 of 2). 1971
1715 The American Way (2 of 2). 1971
1716 America’s Indian Landlords. 1959
1717 Antigua California. 1992-1993
1718 An Arizona Classic. 1987
1719 Arizona and the West. 1981
1720 Battle on the Gila – Chronology. 1832-1940
1721 Battle on the Gila – Corrected Pages. 1986
1722 Battle on the Gila – Early Drafts (1 of 2). undated
1723 Battle on the Gila – Early Drafts (2 of 2). undated
1724 Battle on the Gila – Edited by Pat Shelton. undated
1725 Battle on the Gila – Final Draft 2. undated
1726 Battle on the Gila – Kroeber Correspondence. 1961-1987
1727 Battle on the Gila – Manuscript. undated
1728 Battle on the Gila – Notes and References. undated
1729 Battle on the Gila – Research. undated
1730 Battle on the Gila – Second Review. 1983-1986
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181 Battle on the Gila – Typed Index. 1986
182 Battle on the Gila – Uncorrected Pages. undated
183 Biography of a Desert Church. 1995
184 Blood Groups in the American Southwest. undated, 1964
185 Breaking the Ring – Political Evolution in Apache County. 1980
186 Campfires on Desert and Lava. 1981-1983
187 Chas F. Lummis. 1984
188 Continuity of European Settlement in Southern Arizona. 1968
189 Death and Survival in the Sonoran Desert. 1982
1810 Drawing the Line. 1983-1985
1811 Early Efforts for Statehood. 1986
1812 Entrada – Production. 1993-1994
1813 Entrada – Promotion. 1994
1814 Entrada – Review. 1994-1995
1815 Ethnobotany of the Saguaro. 1980
1816 Evaluating Religious Services. undated
1817 Geronimo. 1986
1818 Gifts to Saints (1 of 2). 1995
1819 Gifts to Saints (2 of 2). 1995
1820 The Great Encounter. undated, 1988
1821 The Green Dog. 1961
1822 The Heroes of Gallo Isle. 1984
1823 Indians of Arizona (1 of 2). 1995
1824 Indians of Arizona (2 of 2). 1995
1825 Inventing the Southwest. 1990
1826 John A. Jacobsen’s Southwest Diary. 1980-1981
1827 Jose Lewis Brennan. 1959
1828 Kit Carson’s Arizona. 1986-1988
1829 The Kiva. 1985
1830 Lecture on Learning. 1985
1831 Linguistic Dowsing. 1957
1832 The Man California Forgot. undated
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191 Massacre on the Gila – Published Sources. undated
192 Massacre on the Gila – Published Sources. 1949-1988
193 Massacre on the Gila – Reviews. 1987-1988
194 Milagros Study. 1995
195 Mission San Xavier del Bac – The West Chapel. 1987
196 The New Mission Cult in Southern California. undated
197 Of Earth and Little Rain – Press Reprint. 1989-1990
198 Of Earth and Little Rain – Response Letters. 1981-1983
199 On Paul Ezell. undated
1910 Onza. 1995
1911 Painting Papago Pottery. 1959
1912 The Papago Indians – Edited Copy (1 of 2). undated
1913 The Papago Indians – Edited Copy (2 of 2). undated
1914 The Papago Indians – Finished Copy. undated
1915 Papago Potter: Listiana Francisco. 1959
1916 Pilgrimage to Magdalena. undated, 1981-1993
1917 Pilgrimage to San Xavier. 1985-1986
1918 Pithouse to Skyscraper. 1987
1919 Preserving a Monument. 1995
1920 Pimería Alta – Correspondence. 1994-1997
1921 Pimería Alta – A Guide to Pimería Alta Draft. 1995
1922 Pimería Alta – Land of the Papagos. 1989
1923 Pimería Alta - Mission Churches of Northern Sonora. undated
1924 Pimería Alta - Missions and More. undated
1925 Pimería Alta - Natural History. undated
1926 Pimería Alta - Review. 1997
1927 Pimería Alta - Smaller Chapters. undated
1928 Public Health. 1975
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201 Public Perception of the Desert in Tucson, Arizona. 1983
202 Querido Patron. undated
203 Querido Patron. 1900-1989
204 Reminiscences of a Franciscan in Papagueria. 1959
205 Royalty Statement. 1986-1987
206 S-Chuk Shon. 1989
207 Santa Ana de Cuiquiburitac. 1987
208 Santa Cruz and San Agustin. 1986
209 The Santa Cruz Trail. undated
2010 Schott, Arthur Carl Victor. 1983
2011 Script by Jay Miller for San Xavier TV Movie. 1966
2012 Seasons of War. undated
2013 Seasons of War. undated, 1983
2014 Sedelmayr – Before Rebellion Draft. 1995-1996
2015 Sedelmayr – Correspondence. 1981-1994
2016 Sedelmayr – Illustrations. undated
2017 Sedelmayr – Letters. undated
2018 Sedelmayr – Place Names Reference List. undated
2019 Sedelmayr – Reports , undated
2020 Sedelmayr – Reviews. 1996-1998
2021 Shenandoah. 1983-1984
2022 Sierra Pinacate. 1996-1998
2023 Smoke Signal. 1987
2024 Some Sonoran Missions of Jaliscan Friars. 1969
2025 Southwest Imagery: A Mugwump Romance. undated
2026 Southwest Indian Book – Travel. 1964-1965
2027 Southwest Parks and Monuments. 1991 1991
2028 The Strange Case of the Desert Arsenal undated, 1959
2029 Tales from Tiburon – McGee Materials. undated, 1982
2030 Tarahumara – Annotated Bibliography. undated
2031 Tarahumara – Barney Burns notes. 1977
2032 Tarahumara – Bibliographic Materials. undated, 1979
2033 Tarahumara – Color Proofs. 1987
2034 Tarahumara – Conference of Scholars. undated, 1980
2035 Tarahumara – Notes from Published Sources. undated
2036 Tarahumara – Notes on Material Culture. 1979
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211 Tarahumara – Response Letters. 1979-1983
212 Tarahumara – Travel Expenses. 1978
213 Tarahumara – University of Arizona Edition (1 of 2). 1997
214 Tarahumara – University of Arizona Edition (2 of 2). 1997
215 Tarahumara – University of Arizona Edition. 1998
216 Trails to Tiburón – Articles. undated, 1909
217 Trails to Tiburón – Articles by McGee. 1896-1987
218 Trails to Tiburón – Copyeditor. 1999
219 Trails to Tiburón – Correspondence. 1901-1973
2110 Trails to Tiburón – Correspondence of Ives and Fontana. 1961-1962
2111 Trails to Tiburón – Finding Aid. 1962
2112 Trails to Tiburón – Footnotes. 1897
2113 Trails to Tiburón – Full Manuscript. undated
2114 Trails to Tiburón – Handwriting Deciphering. undated
2115 Trails to Tiburón – Hinsley McGee Dissertation. 1976
2116 Trails to Tiburón – Holographic Copy. undated
2117 Trails to Tiburón – Introduction. undated
2118 Trails to Tiburón – Manuscript References. undated
2119 Trails to Tiburón – McGee Family Heirs. 1956-1985
2120 Trails to Tiburón – Notes and Maps. 1998-1999
2121 Trails to Tiburón – Pablo Valencia’s Trial by Thirst. undated
2122 Trails to Tiburón – Page Proofs. 1999
2123 Trails to Tiburón – Photo Captions. undated
2124 Trails to Tiburón – Photocopy of Field Diary. undated
2125 Trails to Tiburón – Photographs. 1959-1999
2126 Trails to Tiburón – References and Index. undated
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221 Trails to Tiburón – Ribbon Copy. undated
222 Trails to Tiburón – Route Notes. 1895
223 Trails to Tiburón – Talk. 1961
224 Trails to Tiburón – Trincheras Site. 1963
225 Trails to Tiburón – Typescript (1 of 2). undated
226 Trails to Tiburón – Typescript (2 of 2). undated
227 Trails to Tiburón - William Dinwiddie and William Johnson. 1961-1985
228 Tucson Gas and Electric Company. 1972
229 Van Dyke Annotated Bibliography. 1990
2210 The Vikita – A Biblio History. undated, 1987
2211 The Warlike Comanches. 1977
2212 The Westernmost Skirmish of the Civil War. 1985-1986
2213 Who Built Mission San Xavier. 1995-1996
2214 William Sherley Williams. 1984
Subseries 2: Book Reviews
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2215 A - B. 1968-1989
2216 C – D. 1968-1992
2217 E – H. 1964-1989
2218 I – J. 1964-1989
2219 K – M. 1967-1988
2220 N. 1964-1987
2221 O-R 1959-1990
2222 S. 1969-1988
2223 T – V. 1972-1990
2224 W - Z 1965-1988
Subseries 3: Theses and Dissertations.
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2225 Final Papers. undated 1969
2226 Fox, Gretchen – Arthur Schott. 1977
2227 Hsu, Dick – Arthur Patterson site. 1970
2228 Williams, Jack – Military Frontier. 1989-1991
Series III: Correspondence
Alphabetical. This series contains correspondence and is is organized according to Fontana’s original filing scheme.
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231 A – AG. 1962-1990
232 A – ALM. 1988-1995
233 A – AM. 1963-1966
234 A – ARI. 1995-1997
235 A – ARI. 1997-1998
236 A – ARI. 1998-1999
237 A – Arizona O. 1956-1962
238 A – AV 1967-1968
239 AH – AL. 1962-1991
2310 Ahlborn, Richard E. 1968-1970
2311 Ahlborn, Richard E. 1971-1991
2312 Almaráz, Félix, D. Jr. 1978-1980
2313 Almaráz, Félix, D. Jr. 1981-1992
2314 ALN – ARI. 1988-1995
2315 AM – ARC. 1972-1992
2316 AN – AZ. 1963-1966
2317 ARD – ARL. 1974-1991
2318 Arizona Highways. 1979-1988
2319 Arizona Highways. 1989-1992
2320 Arizona P – AZ. 1956-1962
2321 ARJ – BAR. 1992-1995
2322 ARJ – BLE. 1995-1997
2323 ARJ – BLE. 1998
2324 ARJ – BLE. 1998-1999
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241 ARM – AZ. 1975-1991
242 B- BAQ. 1971-1992
243 B- BD. 1963-1966
244 B- BN. 1956-1962
245 B- BN. 1967-1970
246 Bahr, Donald M. 1967-1970
247 BAR – BEA. 1972-1991
248 Barnes, Mark. 1973-1991
249 BAS – BLE. 1990-1995
2410 BE – BQ. 1963-1966
2411 Beatty, Bill and Ethel. undated, 1962-1965
2412 Beatty, Bill and Ethel. 1966-1970
2413 Beatty, Bill and Ethel. 1971-1979
2414 Beatty, Bill and Ethel. 1980-1986
2415 BEB – BEL. 1972-1990
2416 BEM – BEZ. 1971-1991
2417 BF – BN. 1969-1990
2418 Bleser, Nicholas. 1974-1983
2419 Bleser, Nicholas. 1984-1992
2420 BLF – BYR. 1992-1995
2421 BLF – COM. 1995-1997
2422 BLF – COM. 1998
2423 BLF – COM. 1998-1999
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251 BO – BQ. 1971-1991
252 BO – BZ. 1956-1962
253 BO – BZ. 1967-1970
254 BR – BRIT. 1971-1990
255 BR – BZ. 1963-1966
256 BRIU – BROW. 1971-1992
257 BROY – BUF. 1972-1992
258 BUG – BZ. 1974-1992
259 BYS – COM. 1988-1995
2510 C – CARO. 1971-1991
2511 C – CK. 1955-1962
2512 C – CL. 1963-1966
2513 C – D. 1967-1970
2514 Cabat, Erni. 1977-1987
2515 CARP – CART. 1973-1990
2516 Carrol, Thomas and Marie Josée. 1976-1991
2517 CARU – CHAO. 1971-1991
2518 CHAP – CHIL. 1974-1991
2519 Cheek, Annetta. 1973-1977
2520 CHIN – CL. 1972-1991
2521 CL – COQ. 1956-1962
2522 CM – COL. 1971-1991
2523 CO – CZ. 1963-1966
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261 CON – COTT. 1971-1991
262 CON – DES. 1989-1994
263 CON – DES. 1995-1999
264 Cordry, Dorothy. 1978-1982
265 Costo, Jeanette and Rupert. 1973-1975
266 COU – COX. 1972-1991
267 COY – CRO. 1972-1992
268 CRU – CZ. 1971-1988
269 CUR – CZ. 1956-1962
2610 D. 1956-1962
2611 D. 1963-1966
2612 D – DEA. 1971-1990
2613 DEB – DEI. 1971-1987
2614 DEM – DIW. 1971-1992
2615 DET – DEW. 1989-1995
2616 DET – EWE. 1995-1997
2617 Dewar, John. 1977-1982
2618 Dewar, John. 1983-1987
2619 Dewar, John. 1988-1992
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271 DET – EWE. 1996-1998
272 DET – EWE (1 of 2). 1998-1999
273 DET – EWE (2 of 2). 1998-1999
274 DEX – EWE. 1985-1995
275 Dillon, Dick. 1970-1991
276 Dillon, Dick. 1971-1987
277 Dobyns, Henry 1971-1988
278 Doelle, William. 1977-1988
279 DON – DZ. 1971-1990
2710 E. 1956-1962
2711 E. 1963-1966
2712 E. 1967-1970
2713 EA – ED. 1968-1984
2714 EE – EN. 1972/1987
2715 EP – ES. 1969-1991
2716 ESC – EV. 1973-1989
2717 Evlar, Robert C. 1970-1988
2718 EW – EZ. 1971-1982
2719 EWF – FIZ. 1998-1999
2720 EWF – GOO. 1971-1995
2721 EWF – GOO. 1997-1998
2722 F. 1967-1970
2723 F – FEL. 1972-1991
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281 F – FK. 1963-1966
282 F – FQ. 1956-1962
283 FAG – GOL. 1994-1997
284 Fagan, Brian. 1972-1992
285 FEM – FEZ. 1973-1992
286 FF – FL. 1971-1988
287 FJA – GOO. 1998-1999
288 FL – FZ. 1963-1966
289 FO – FOU. 1969-1991
2810 Fontana, Bernard L. 1955-1970
2811 Fontana, Ralph and Jacquie. 1997-1998
2812 Fontana, Ralph and Jacquie. 1999
2813 FOV – FZ. 1971-1990
2814 FR – FZ. 1956-1962
2815 G. 1956-1962
2816 G. 1963-1966
2817 G. 1967-1970
2818 G – GIK. 1971-1992
2819 Gell, Jonathan. 1972-1989
2820 GIL – GOO. 1972-1990
2821 Glassie, Henry. 1967-1970
2822 Glassie, Henry. 1971-1975
2823 GOP – GREENL. 1971-1992
2824 GOP – HAL. 1992-1995
2825 GOP – HOL. 1996-1998
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291 GOP – HOL. 1998-1999
292 Green - GZ. 1972-1992
293 H – HEH. 1956-1962
294 H – HANL. 1969-1991
295 H – HH. 1963-1966
296 HA – HD. 1967-1970
297 Hackenburg, Robert A. 1957-1969
298 Hale, Kenneth L. 1960-1969
299 Hall, Dorothy. 1970-1988
2910 HAM – HOL. 1985-1995
2911 HAN – HARR. 1971-1991
2912 Hanlon, Fr. Capistran. 1969-1970
2913 HARS – HAY. 1971-1990
2914 HAYD – HAZ. 1979-1991
2915 HE – HER. 1971-1991
2916 HE – HZ. 1961-1970
2917 HEI – HZ. 1956-1962
2918 HES – HOD. 1960-1991
2919 HI – HZ. 1963-1966
2920 Hinshaw, Merton. 1968-1970
2921 Hodge, Gene. 1956-1962
2922 HOE – HOL. 1971-1988
2923 Hogan, Bro. Lawrence. 1967-1970
2924 Holterman, Jack. 1971-1992
2925 HOM – JEF. 1979-1995
2926 HOM – JEF. 1995-1997
2927 HOM – JEF. 1997-1998
2928 HOM – JEF. 1998-1999
2929 HON – HOW. 1973-1992
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301 Houlihan, Patrick. 1972-1992
302 Houser, John and Nicholas. 1968-1970
303 Houser, Nicholas. 1972-1988
304 Hoy, William. 1967-1992
305 HS – HUD. 1969-1988
306 HUF – HZ. 1971-1989
307 I. 1963-1964
308 I. 1967-1990
309 I - J. 1972-1990
3010 Ives, Ronald L. 1956-1962
3011 J. 1963-1966
3012 J –K. 1967-1970
3013 J – JN. 1972-1990
3014 JEG – KAY. 1987-1994
3015 JEG – KEL. 1995-1997
3016 JEG – KEL. 1998-1999
3017 Jennings, Francis. 1970
3018 JOH – JOJ. 1971-1991
3019 JON – JZ. 1972-1991
3020 K. 1956-1962
3021 K – KE. 1963-1966
3022 K – KELE. 1971-1984
3023 Kassander, Richard A. 1970
3024 KAZ – KEL. 1992-1995
3025 Keleman, Pál. 1985-1992
3026 Keleman, Pál. 1963-1971
3027 Keleman, Pál. 1972-1979
3028 Keleman, Pál. 1980-1982
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311 Keleman, Pál. 1983-1985
312 KELL – KER. 1970-1990
313 Keller, Robert. 1974-1992
314 KEM – KUZ. 1990-1995
315 KEM – LUT. 1995-1997
316 KEM – LUT. 1997-1998
317 KEM – LUT. 1998-2000
318 Keneally, Henry J. Jr. 1967-1970
319 Kennedy, Henry. 1971-1976
3110 Kennedy, Roger. 1980-1992
3111 KES – KH. 1971-1989
3112 Kessell, John L. 1967-1970
3113 KI – KIR. 1974-1990
3114 KI – KZ. 1963-1966
3115 Kiracofe, James. 1991
3116 KIS – KZ. 1972-1992
3117 Kroeber, Betty. 1980-1987
3118 Kroeber, Clifton. 1968-1970
3119 Kroll, Anthony F. 1996-1997
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321 KUA – LUT. 1990-1995
322 L. 1956-1962
323 L. 1967-1970
324 L – LANE. 1972-1990
325 L – LM. 1963-1966
326 LANF – LEF. 1971-1989
327 LEF – LEZ. 1971-1992
328 LF – LIO. 1971-1990
329 Lindig, Wolfgang. 1965-1969
3210 LIP – LOH. 1972-1990
3211 LOI – LZ. 1971-1990
3212 Lower, Jeanne and Ray, 1997-1998
3213 LUV – MOR. 1990-1995
3214 LUV- MOR. 1996-1997
3215 LUV- MOR. 1998-1999
3216 M. 1967-1970
3217 M – MANT. 1963-1966
3218 M – MANU. 1969-1992
3219 M – MEH. 1956-1962
3220 MANU –MD. 1963-1966
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331 MANV – MAT. 1971-1991
332 MAU – MC. 1965-1990
333 McCarthy, Keiran. 1974-1989
334 McCoy, Robert. 1972-1986
335 McHenry, Paul G. 1971-1978
336 McHenry, Paul G. 1979-1991
337 MD – ME. 1966-1989
338 MDS – MYR. 1990-1995
339 ME – MU. 1963-1966
3310 MEI – MZ. 1956-1962
3311 Merrill, William. 1974-1990
3312 Merrill, William. 1990
3313 MF – MIN. 1971-1992
3314 MID –MOO. 1968-1990
3315 MOP – MURO. 1970-1991
3316 MOS – MZZ. 1995-1998
3317 MOS –MZZ. 1998-1999
3318 MURP – MZ. 1972-1990
3319 MY –MZ. 1963-1966
3320 Myrick, David. 1967-1970
3321 Myrick, David. 1971-1979
3322 Myrick, David. 1980-1984
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341 Myrick, David. 1985-1992
342 MYS – ORG. 1990-1995
343 N. 1963-1966
344 N – NAS. 1963-1966
345 N – O. 1956-1962
346 N – O. 1967-1970
347 NAA – ORG. 1993-1998
348 NAA – ORG. 1998-1999
349 NAT – ND. 1971-1992
3410 NE – NZ. 1969-1990
3411 Neuerberg, Norman. 1977-1992
3412 Neuerberg, Norman. 1997-1998
3413 O. 1961-1966
3414 O – OLS. 1971-1991
3415 Oklahoma University Press. 1987-1992
3416 OLT – OV. 1974-1991
3417 Olvera, Jorge. 1967-1970
3418 ORH – RAV. 1990-1995
3419 ORH – RAV. 1996-1998
3420 ORH – RAV. 1998-1999
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351 OW – OZ. 1971-1992
352 P – PARK. 1971-1991
353 P – PD. 1956-1962
354 P – PN. 1963-1966
355 P – Q. 1967-1970
356 Paloheimo, George and Leonora. 1972-1992
357 PARL – PEL. 1971-1990
358 PE – Q. 1962-1965
359 PEN – PET. 1975-1990
3510 PEU – PRA. 1971-1992
3511 Pickens, Buford. 1979-1989
3512 PO – Q. 1963-1966
3513 Polzer, Charles. 1963-1966
3514 Polzer, Charles. 1967-1970
3515 Polzer, Charles. 1971-1989
3516 Post Medieval Archaeology. 1968-1969
3517 Powell, Lawrence Clark and Fay. 1974-1990
3518 PRB – PZ. 1971-1990
3519 Q. 1974-1991
3520 R. 1963-1966
3521 R. 1967-1971
3522 R – REI. 1972-1992
3523 R – RIF. 1956-1962
3524 Radding de Murrieta, Cynthia. 1972-1990
3525 RAW – ROL. 1990-1995
3526 RAW – ROL. 1996-1999
3527 Rea, Amadeo Michael. 1975-1991
3528 REJ – RI. 1970-1992
3529 RIG – RZ. 1956-1962
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361 RJ – RON. 1972-1991
362 ROM – SAY. 1990-1995
363 ROM – SHI. 1993-1997
364 ROM – SHI. 1998
365 ROM – SHI. 1998-1999
366 ROO – RZ. 1971-1992
367 S. 1967-1970
368 S- SAND 1955-1991
369 S- SCG. 1963-1966
3610 S – SH. 1956-1962
3611 SANE – SAX. 1963-1992
3612 SAY – SCHE. 1967-1990
3613 Sayers, Robert. 1971-1990
3614 SAZ – SHI. 1990-1995
3615 SCH – SCN. 1963-1966
3616 SCHF – SCHUL. 1971-1990
3617 SCHUM – SD. 1971-1990
3618 Schuster, Carl. 1963-1969
3619 SCO – SK. 1963-1966
3620 SE – SHEL. 1971-1989
3621 SHEM – SHER. 1973-1991
3622 SHJ – SOZ. 1992-1995
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371 SHJ – THO (1 of 2). 1995-1997
372 SHJ – THO (2 of 2). 1995-1997
373 SHJ – THO. 1997-1997
374 SHJ – THO. 1998-1999
375 Shutler, Richard. 1960-1967
376 SI – SN. 1956-1962
377 Simmons, Marc. 1973-1992
378 Simmons, Norman. 1962-1969
379 SJ – SN. 1974-1990
3710 SL – SS. 1963-1966
3711 Smith, Watson. 1974-1983
3712 Smith, Wilson. 1984-1989
3713 SOT – SOU. 1956-1962
3714 SOB – SOR. 1973-1990
3715 SOT – SOU. 1975-1992
3716 SOV – STAO. 1971-1991
3717 SPA – THO. 1990-1995
3718 ST – SZ. 1963-1966
3719 STAP – STI. 1971-1991
3720 STJ – SZ. 1971-1992
3721 Sturtevant, William C. 1963-1970
3722 Sturtevant, William C. 1971-1982
3723 Swadesh, Frances. 1973-1974
3724 T. 1963-1966
3725 T – THI. 1971-1992
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381 T – V. 1956-1962
382 T – V. 1967-1970
383 Temple, David. 1959-1961
384 THJ – TON. 1973-1991
385 THO – WEB. 1995-1997
386 THO – WEB. 1997-1998
387 THO – WEB. 1998-1999
388 Thompson, Raymond H. 1964-1970
389 Thompson, Raymond H. 1970-1988
3810 THP – WEB. 1990-1995
3811 TOO – TOW. 1973-1992
3812 TRA – TZ. 1972-1992
3813 U. 1974-1991
3814 U – V. 1961-1966
3815 VAL – VAS. 1973-1991
3816 VED – VEN. 1972-1986
3817 VER – VZ. 1971-1991
3818 W – WATS. 1971-1991
3819 W – WH. 1967-1970
3820 W – Z. 1956-1962
3821 W – Z. 1963-1966
3822 W – Z. 1967-1970
3823 Ward, Albert. 1975-1987
3824 Warren, David. 1971-1989
3825 WATT – WEN. 1971-1990
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391 WEC – Z. 1990-1995
392 WEC – Z. 1995-1997
393 WEC – Z. 1997-1998
394 WEC – Z. 1998-1999
395 WED – WG. 1977-1991
396 WH – WIE. 1962-1992
397 Wheeler, Joe L. 1972-1984
398 WIF – WN. 1979-1984
399 Williford, Grace (Smith). 1920-1959
3910 Wilson, Jack. 1976-1988
3911 Wilson, Maggie. 1971-1987
3912 WO – WZ. 1960-1991
3913 Wroth, Will. 1980-1992
3914 Wyman, Leland. 1970-1989
3915 Y – Z. 1967-1991
3916 Zwinger, Ann. 1984-1992
Series IV: Personal Files
Arrangement: Alphabetical. This series contains documents such as employment information, logs, awards and other personal materials.
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3917 Applications. 1956-1970
3918 Annual Reviews. 1983-1991
3919 Awards and Certificates. undated, 1956-1991
3920 Book Orders. 1998-1999
3921 Books of the Southwest Log. 1988-1989
3922 Curriculum Vitae and Resume. 1974-1992
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401 Disposed Books. 1987
402 Letter Log. 1988-1989
403 Phone Log. 1988-1989
404 Powell, Lawrence Clark (90th Birthday). 1996
405 Sabbatical Leave. 1986
406 Scuba Diving. undated
407 University of Arizona Employment. 1968-1992
408 Visitor Log. 1988-1989
Series V: Oversize
Arrangement: Alphabetical. This series contains oversize materials.
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411 Awards and Certificates. undated
412 Illustrations. undated
413 Maps and Posters. undated, 1952-1991