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Mag Tuc Dr. Robert L. Nugent, Vice President of the University of Arizona 1949
Mag Tuc Dudes and don'ts Taylor 1952
Mag Tuc Ed Echols, rodeo boss of La Fiesta de los Vaqueros Hopkins 1952
Mag Tuc Ed Galloway of Galloway Motors 1952
Mag Tuc Ed Schols, sheriff of Pima County for five colorful years 1950
Mag Tuc El Dorado on the desert; Tucson's famed Rancho del Rio pleases all the "dudes." 1949
Mag Tuc El Teatro Royal Diamos 1952
Mag Tuc El Tejano Diamos 1952
Mag Tuc Elliott Arnold 1951
Mag Tuc Ernie Molina, the ranchers' loyal friend 1951
Mag Tuc First impressions of a newcomer Harris 1951
Mag Tuc Form law to laundry 1948
Mag Tuc Fred A. Emery, Tucson's first Republican mayor in twenty-one years 1951
Mag Tuc From "rackets" to real estate 1949
Mag Tuc From cows to dudes Frazier 1952
Mag Tuc From food to fillies 1948
Mag Tuc From food to fillies, aprofile of Tucson's own Zjimmy Benjamin,restauranterur and breeder of thoroughbreds 1948
Mag Tuc Ft. Lowell ruins, the sotry of the fabled military fort of territorial days and Apache raids 1952
Mag Tuc Gardens on the window glass 1948
Mag Tuc Gold is where you find it Truman 1952
Mag Tuc Golden heritage Posner 1949
Mag Tuc Grand Canyon or bust in that merry chuggmobile 1952
Mag Tuc Growing dates and citrus on the desert 1949
Mag Tuc Growing dates and citrus on the desert 1949
Mag Tuc H. S. "Hi" Corbett grandaddy of baseball in Tucson. Tuc 1952
Mag Tuc H. S. "Hi" Corbett, granddaddy of baseball in Tucson 1952
Mag Tuc Ham every Sunday Taylor 1952
Mag Tuc Ham every Sunday Taylor 1952
Mag Tuc Ham every Sunday Taylor 1952
Mag Tuc Ham every Sunday Taylor 1952
Mag Tuc Ham every Sunday Taylor 1953
Mag Tuc Harold Steinfeld, a profile of Tucson's No. 1 citizen and a history of the famous store that bears his name 1950
Mag Tuc He knows his Indians 1949
Mag Tuc He knows his Indians; the story of clay locket who specializes in buying and selling the arts and crafts of American Indians. 1949
Mag Tuc He makes saddles for his supper, but he paints for his soul! 1950
Mag Tuc He makes strings sing again; John E. Bagos can tell you things about violins that might surprise you 1952
Mag Tuc He paints pictures that win prizes 1951
Mag Tuc High on a hilltop; the rich rewards of knowing what they wanted are exemplified in this home built by the Stanley Freborge 1952
Mag Tuc High, wide and handsome 1949
Mag Tuc High, wide and handsome, Rancho Grande Hotel ... 1949
Mag Tuc Hi-ho Sisson; Win and Lois Sisson run the Picture Rock Ranch 1949
Mag Tuc His life in racing cars and contracting 1951
Mag Tuc Hizzoner the mayor 1951
Mag Tuc Honestly, I love skunks Bledsoe 1953
Mag Tuc Horesman with a purpose Porter 1948
Mag Tuc Horse racing, western style 1952
Mag Tuc Horses, horses, horses - the life and love of J. Rukin Jelks 1949
Mag Tuc How Arizonans lived a thousand years ago 1950
Mag Tuc How to beat the heat in Tucson Truman 1952
Mag Tuc How to decorate your home in the Southwest 1951
Mag Tuc How to get on with a wrangler; lending romantic interest to a vacation on a dude ranch, the cowboys of the Southwest are rugged men of the plains 1951
Mag Tuc How to get on with a wrangler; lending romantic interest to a vacation on a dude ranch, the cowboys of the Southwest are rugged men of the plains 1951
Mag Tuc How Tucson looks to the airmen 1950
Mag Tuc In Arizona's mountains one must never leave a stone unturned Keating 1950
Mag Tuc In the Baby State Christmas has a Spanish accent 1948