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1Author:  UnknownRequires cookie*
 Title:  New Mexico Territorial Covers Collection [1874]-1912 ead 
 Date(s):  [1874]-1912 
 Abstract:  This collection includes covers, postcards and letters mailed from towns in New Mexico during the state’s territorial period. Items of interest include real photo postcards which show images of: the Alvarado in Albuquerque (postmarked Anapra 1908); the Catholic Church in Las Cruces (postmarked Acme 1909); the Overland Limited Train (postmarked Black Tower 1910); Deming, NM (postmarked Carne 1912); a cattle ranch near Portales (postmarked Carter, 1907); a birdseye view of Folsom (postmarked Cuates, 1911); the Institute for the Blind, Alamogordo (postmarked Carrizozo); the hospital at Dawson, 1909; Main Street, Tucumcari, (postmarked Dodson 1911); Mexican Revolution politician Federico Gonzalez Garza (postmarked Elephant Butte 1911); Main Street, Melrose (postmarked House 1910); Tucumcari High School (postmarked Hanley 1911); the wholesale district, El Paso, (postmarked Lanark 1908); unknown building in Lamy, 1906; Main Street Las Cruces, 1908; the Church at Isleta Pueblo (postmarked Leopold 1906); St. Anthony’s Sanitarium at Las Vegas, 1910 (Postmarked Levy and Porvenir 1910); Lodge at Cloudcroft, (postmarked Mountain Park); Bravo Ranch Quarters (postmarked Nara Visa 1908); Chaves Courthouse in Roswell (postmarked Orchard Park 1911) Pipeline from Mountains (postmarked Orogrande 1907); Alameda Park Depot and Office Bldg, Alamogordo (postmarked Oscuro 1908); President Porfirio Diaz in a parade at El Paso (postmarked Pearl 1909); Souvenir of Silver Springs, (postmarked Silver Springs 1911); View of Sylanite (postmarked Sylvanite 1909); Street Scene, Silver City (postmarked Tyrone, 1910). A number of picture cachets are also in the collection, including: a cachet of St. Michaels College (postmarked Santa Fe 1889); a cachet with a map of Colorado and New Mexico (postmarked Lookout 1880); and a cachet for “A. Gusdorf Grain Mill (postmarked Ranches of Taos, 1888). Letters in the collection include: a letter from a teacher describing Christmas celebrations and social events in 1907 in Alma; letters about the economy (lumber, farming, mining), horses and people and a postcard, from Copperton, 1905; a letter from a German speaking soldier at, Fort Stanton, 1886; a letter about Statehood Day and taxes (postmarked Lakewood, 1912); a letter about house construction in Madison; a letter saying “thanks for the tobacco” and about organizing a Breeder’s Association in Mesilla, 1906; a letter with details of raising and selling hogs, Ruidoso, 1911; a letter about bad condition of the church and school, Silver City, 1909; and a letter which is described as the writers “last correspondence from the New Mexico Territory”. Other interesting items include: a cover from Gascom dated 1900, signed by the postmaster on the closing date of the post office; a handwritten postmark, dated 1878, Loma Parda; a handwritten postmark and letter from Turquesa 1881; a postmark from the KC and La Jolla RPO (postmarked Melrose, 1908); covers from 1874 and 1875, Santa Fe. 
 Repository:  Postal History Foundation, Peggy J. Slusser Memorial Philatelic Library 
 Subjects:  New Mexico -- History. | Postal Service -- New Mexico. | Postcards -- New Mexico. | Mining -- New Mexico -- History. | Frontier and pioneer life -- New Mexico -- History. 
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2Author:  Empire Ranch (Ariz.)Requires cookie*
 Title:  Empire Ranch records, 1874-1944 (bulk 1880-1916) ead 
 Date(s):  1874-1944 (bulk 1880-1916) 
 Abstract:  This collection includes correspondence, legal documents, financial records, livestock records, and other materials relating to the history, development, and operation of ranch property in Southern Arizona and California. Includes records of cattle companies associated with the Empire Ranch. Some ranches covered are Onyx Ranch, Bonita Ranch, El Dorado Ranch, Rosemont Ranch, Pantano Ranch, and Rancho Corral de Quati. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Total Wreck Mine (Ariz.) | Cattle trade -- Arizona -- History -- Sources | Sheep industry -- Arizona -- History -- Sources | Cattle trade -- Arizona -- History -- Sources | Cattle trade -- California -- History -- Sources | Forest reserves -- Arizona -- History -- Sources | Land titles -- Arizona -- History -- Sources | Land grants -- Arizona | Ranches -- Arizona -- Records and correspondence 
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3Author:  Derwent, James E.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Letter from Sergeant James E. Derwent to Charles Fellows, Regarding the Death of Cochise 1874 ead 
 Date(s):  1874 
 Abstract:  James E. Derwent , Sargeant in Company D, 5th United States Cavalry, was on the Chiracahua reservation when Cochise died. Charles Fellows was a personal friend of the sergeant. Holograph letter, accompanied by original envelope. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
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4Author:  Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Moonshine; a Burletta in One Act 1874-1907 ead 
 Date(s):  1874-1907 
 Abstract:  Holograph manuscript in pen and ink, with pencil notes to printer. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Manuscripts, American. 
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5Author:  Requires cookie*
 Title:  Political Cartoons 1874-1939 (bulk 1932-1939) ead 
 Date(s):  1874-1939 
 Abstract:  Nineteen artists are represented, including Jay N. "Ding" Darling of the Des Moines Register, Daniel R. Fitzpatrick of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Reg Manning of the Phoenix Republic and Gazette, George T. Maxwell of the Wilmington, Delaware Journal, and William H. Summers of the Cleveland News. Original drawings of political cartoons. Some are inscribed to the University of Arizona, Esther Payne, or William Frederic Stevens. Many cartoons relate to the New Deal, political parties, and national and world events. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  American wit and humor, Pictorial. | Cartoonists -- United States. | New Deal, 1933-1939 -- Caricatures and cartoons. | World politics -- Caricatures and cartoons. 
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6Author:  Mascareñas, Manuel.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Manuel Mascareñas papers 1874-1912 ead 
 Date(s):  1874-1912 
 Abstract:  Manuel Mascareñas, Sr. was a cattle rancher and politician in Sonora, Mexico. Collection includes a ledger, cash book, invoice book, lettercopy book, legal documents, photographs, newspapers, and miscellaneous personal materials. Chiefly business records of a general merchandise store in Hermosillo, 1884-1891, and legal documents from Arizpe, Sonora, 1847-1851. Family papers include correspondence, awards and medals, and financial papers. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Merchants -- Mexico -- Sonora (State) -- History -- Sources. 
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7Author:  Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Address Before the Burns Association of Brooklyn 1874 ead 
 Date(s):  1874 
 Abstract:  The holographic text of a speech given by Bryant in January 1874 to the Burns Association of Brooklyn. Written in ink, it contains his edits. He discusses the genius of the Scottish poet, Robert Burns, and compares him to the English poet Samuel Butler. A typed transcription of the speech is included. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Scottish poetry -- 18th century -- History and criticism. 
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8Author:  Clum, John Philip, 1851-1932Requires cookie*
 Title:  John Philip Clum collection, 1874-1917 ead 
 Date(s):  1874-1917 
 Abstract:  The John P. Clum collection is divided into two subgroups: records of Clum's tenure at the San Carlos Apache Indian Agency, 1874-1878, and documents relating to his career, 1880-1917 chronological arrangement. This collection includes, photocopies of San Carlos Indian Agency reports, abstracts of disbursements, vouchers, accounts current, and auditor's reports pertaining to Clum's work at the Agency from 1874-1878. Also information and correspondence regarding his employment from 1880-1917 in the War Dept. and the Post Office Dept., as well as his lecture tours for the Southern Pacific Railroad. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Apache Indians -- Government relations | Frontier and pioneer life -- Arizona | Indian agents -- Arizona 
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9Author:  De la Torre familyRequires cookie*
 Title:  De la Torre family papers, 1874-2003 (bulk 1910-1946) ead 
 Date(s):  1874-2003 
 Abstract:  This collection contains material documenting the De la Torre family and their involvement in the Cristero Movement. The family traveled from central Mexico to Nogales, Sonora bringing the Movement to northern Mexico. Items include biographical materials; correspondence; printed materials, including pamphlets, newsletters, newsclippings, and Public Statements; and photographs and negatives. The bulk of the material is printed materials and photographs. This collection also contains over 280 books that can be found in the University of Arizona Library catalog under the title Cristero Movement Collection. The majority of the material is in Spanish. Una version en de esta guia de colección está disponible. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Church and state -- Mexico -- History -- 20th century | Cristero Rebellion, 1926-1929 | Cristero Rebellion, 1926-1929 -- Religious aspects | Cristero Rebellion, 1926-1929 -- History -- Sources 
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10Author:  Requires cookie*
 Title:  Registros de la Familia De la Torre, 1874-2003 (volumen 1910-1946) ead 
 Date(s):  1874-2003 
 Abstract:  Registro, 1874-2003 (Volumen 1910-1946). Esta colección contiene material que documenta la vida de la familia De la Torre y su involucración en el Movimiento Cristero. La familia se trasladó del centro de México a Nogales, Sonora, llevando con ellos el Movimiento al norte del país. El registro consiste de materiales bibliográficos; correspondencia; materiales impresos, incluyendo folletos, boletines de noticias, recortes de periódico e declaraciones públicas; fotografías y negativos. El volumen, o mayor parte del registro, está constituido por materiales impresos y fotografías. Esta colección también incluye más de 280 libros que pueden encontrarse en el catálogo de la Biblioteca de la Universidad de Arizona bajo el título “Cristero Movement Collection.” La mayoría de los materiales son en español. An English version of this finding aid is available. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Cristero Rebellion, 1926-1929 -- History -- Sources | Cristero Rebellion, 1926-1929 | Cristero Rebellion, 1926-1929 -- Religious aspects | Church and state -- Mexico -- History -- 20th century 
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