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Mag Tuc This lady loves horses, horses, horses 1950
Mag Tuc This Indian is a genius 1950
Mag Tuc This Indian is a genius; Harrison Begay...is considered on of America's most brilliant Indian artists 1950
Mag Tuc These Tucsonians; people who inhabit the town hew to a familiar pattern according to this knowing observer Newsome 1950
Mag Tuc These Tucsonians; peope who inhabit the town hew to a familiar pattern according to this knowing observer Newsome 1950
Mag Tuc The Tucson Symphony Orchestra; the impending fate of Tucson's cultural musical organization hangs in the balance 1950
Mag Tuc The Tucson Kennel Club's 20th annual all breed dog show 1950
Mag Tuc The story of Tucson's annual Baile de las Flores 1950
Mag Tuc The story of the Kachina dolls 1950
Mag Tuc The story of the Desert Garden Club 1950
Mag Tuc The story of the Desert Garden Club 1950
Mag Tuc The pink adobe 1950
Mag Tuc The Magazine Tucson goes to a square dance 1950
Mag Tuc The legend of Superstition Mountain 1950
Mag Tuc Starr King ranch; in the rolling grasslands of cattle country lies a working ranch with takes guests 1950
Mag Tuc She paints the Southwest Keating 1950
Mag Tuc Saga of an Eastern family that went western all the way; Tucson wants industries...here's a business destined to expand 1950
Mag Tuc Roy Drachman's plan to celebrate the Gadsden Purchase centennial Drachman 1950
Mag Tuc Roy Drachman's plan to celebrate the Gadsden Purchase Centennial Drachman 1950
Mag Tuc Raising fine quarter horses 1950
Mag Tuc Quarter horse racing in the Old Pueblo 1950
Mag Tuc Powerful potentate of the press 1950
Mag Tuc Pigskin parade, a review of the 1950 football season at the University of Arizona Winslow 1950
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 Little known facts about the yucca Murbarger 1950
Mag Tuc Let's go to the rodeo 1950
Mag Tuc Junior League follies 1950
Mag Tuc Junior League Follies 1950
Mag Tuc Jockeys at Tucson's Rillito track have such fun 1950
Mag Tuc In Arizona's mountains one must never leave a stone unturned Keating 1950
Mag Tuc How Tucson looks to the airmen 1950
Mag Tuc How Arizonans lived a thousand years ago 1950
Mag Tuc He makes saddles for his supper, but he paints for his soul! 1950
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 Ed Schols, sheriff of Pima County for five colorful years 1950
Mag Tuc Designer of homes for desert living, Tucson's Jimmy Goebl... 1950
Mag Tuc Designer of homes for desert living 1950
Mag Tuc Deep in the heart of Arizona; the romantic history of Colossal Cave 1950
Mag Tuc Davis-Monthan has its lighter moments 1950
Mag Tuc Darrow Thompson and his squaw boots. 1950
Mag Tuc Cash is on the tourist trade Heald 1950
Mag Tuc Buck Jones is the cowboy's friend; an ex-cowboy himself, Buck caters to the tastes and needs of westerners. 1950
Mag Tuc Buck Jones is the cowbow's friend. 1950
Mag Tuc Advertising is their art 1950
Mag Tuc A smart move by two smart men 1950
Mag Tuc A power in the pulpit 1950
Mag Tuc A moving force in the world of art: the story of the tucson's watercolor guild. 1950
Mag Tuc A monument to America's youth 1950
Mag Tuc A girl in love with the golden West 1950
Mag Tuc A famous Tucson landmark, the quaint old adobe building; a ten room and five charming shops in an old territorial setting. 1950
Mag Tuc A famous Tucson landmark, the quaint old adobe building 1950
Mag Tuc A colorful Tucson desert home; the story of a house built from a pioneer ruin 1950
Mag Tuc A colorful Tucson desert home; the sotry of a house built from a poineer ruin 1950
Mag Tuc A charming country estate for apartment dwellers 1950
Mag Tuc Tucson's man of the year; Howard Hughes' electronics plant brings industry to the Old Pueblo 1951