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Mag Tuc In the crank and duster days; about old cars on the local scene and the Tucsonians who own them Harris 1951
Mag Tuc Irene, a mystery of old Tucson Smalley 1953
Mag Tuc Irene, a mystery of old Tucson 1953
Mag Tuc It's not sea shells she sells In Chicago; Lolita Linn pilots "Arizona in Chicago" to sell the desert 1949
Mag Tuc James C. Grant, a retired realtor gives up his lease on loafing, finds retirement too strenuous 1949
Mag Tuc Jockeys at Tucson's Rillito track have such fun 1950
Mag Tuc Junior League Follies 1950
Mag Tuc Junior League follies 1950
Mag Tuc King pin of the pigskin 1948
Mag Tuc La Fiesta de los Vaqueros; interesting facts about Tucson's great annual rodeo... Porter 1949
Mag Tuc Land of the Papago Murbarger 1949
Mag Tuc Leading citizen Monte Mansfield 1949
Mag Tuc Learning something new under the sun at the University of Arizona 1948
Mag Tuc Lenses on Tucson at photography school 1952
Mag Tuc Let's go to the rodeo 1950
Mag Tuc Let's rodeo, cowboy! Porter 1949
Mag Tuc Life on the open range 1949
Mag Tuc Life sublime on a cattle ranch; many Easterners are lured by the rich simplicity of day to day living on a working ranch Keating 1951
Mag Tuc Lion in the streets 1953
Mag Tuc Little Joe th' wrangler Barney 1953
Mag Tuc Little known facts about the yucca Murbarger 1950
Mag Tuc Look out above Heald 1952
Mag Tuc Louise Woodward and her Knife Wing shop 1951
Mag Tuc Lt. Luke's in the Desert, Tucson's unique sanatorium for pulmonary patients 1952
Mag Tuc Luxury unlimited 1948
Mag Tuc Made in Tucson; Tucson manufacturing reaches the edge of a new era 1953
Mag Tuc Magic carpet to the promised land 1948
Mag Tuc Man behind the silver screen; a profile of Dana Roehrig, manager of the three Tucson movie houses 1948
Mag Tuc Man from Missouri 1949
Mag Tuc Man on a mare with a mike Bonnell 1948
Mag Tuc Man with a civic message 1949
Mag Tuc Marold Steinfield, a profile of Tucson's no. 1 citizen and a history of the famous store that bears his name. 1950
Mag Tuc Mary I Jeffries, director of Tucson's Sunday Evening Forum Schweitzer 1952
Mag Tuc Massacre Arnold 1953
Mag Tuc Master of make-believe; the University of Arizona Drama Department and Peter Marroney its director 1949
Mag Tuc Master of make-believe; the University of Arizona Drama Department and Peter Marroney its director 1949
Mag Tuc Matt Baird and his Brahmans 1948
Mag Tuc Matt Baird and his Brahmans Porter 1948
Mag Tuc Meet a Tucson personality 1948
Mag Tuc Meet the author of Tobacco Road 1948
Mag Tuc Meet two live wires in the radio business 1948
Mag Tuc Meet two live wires in the radio business 1949
Mag Tuc Meet two live wires in the radio business. 1949
Mag Tuc Million dollar salesman 1948
Mag Tuc Motel de lux, Ghost Ranch Lodge 1948
Mag Tuc Mother nature's cactus garden 1951
Mag Tuc Mother nature's cactus garden 1951
Mag Tuc Mundey Johnston, President of Tucson's Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Johnston is also a Vice-president of the Valley National Bank 1951
Mag Tuc Native son, Andy Martin in the Tucson institution 1949
Mag Tuc Native son, Andy Martin is a Tucson institution 1949
Mag Tuc New style bankj for Mrs. America; the East Broadway branch of the Valley National Bank is made distinctive by its unusual d 1951
Mag Tuc New twist to the old shell game 1951
Mag Tuc New twist to the old shell games; socially prominent Laura Stearns found a new art form in sea shells 1951
Mag Tuc News of the 1952 Baile de las Flores 1952
Mag Tuc News of the ranches of resorts 1951