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George W. P. Hunt Collection 1709-1955


Overview of the Collection

Creator: Hunt, George W. P. (George Wylie Paul), 1859-1934
Title: George W. P. Hunt Collection
Inclusive Dates: 1709-1955
Bulk Dates: 1885-1932
Quantity: 44 Boxes (22.0 Linear Feet)
Abstract:The George W. P. Hunt collection contains correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, notebooks, biographical and genealogical material, and printed matter. Although the collection ranges from 1709 to 1955, the bulk of the material concerns Hunt's political activities and personal life from 1885 to 1932.
Identification: MSS-48
Language: Material in English
Repository: Arizona State University Library. Greater Arizona Collection
P.O. Box 871006
Tempe, AZ 85287-1006
Phone: (480) 965-4932
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Biographical Note

George W. P. Hunt was born in Huntsville, Missouri on November 1, 1859, the son of George Washington and Sarah Elizabeth (Yates) Hunt. He received his education in various public and private schools in Missouri and then ran away from home in 1878. He spent time traveling and working in the midwest and Colorado and finally arrived at Globe, Arizona in 1881.

Hunt worked at a number of odd jobs in Globe and served as a delivery boy for K. Bailey and Company, a general store that eventually became the Old Dominion Commercial Company. He became president of the retail outfit in later years. Hunt was elected to the Arizona Territorial Legislature in 1893 and served until 1898, when he left politics to pursue business and personal interests.

Hunt married Helen Duett Ellison in 1904 and later that year was elected to the territorial legislature again. He was elected president of the legislative council in 1905 and again in 1909. Hunt was elected president of the Arizona Constitutional Convention in 1910 and was elected the first governor of the state of Arizona in 1912. He served as governor until January of 1917, when he surrendered his office to Thomas E. Campbell after the disputed election of 1916. Hunt was reinstated by the courts in December of 1917 but declined to run in 1918. While he was out of office, Hunt served as a federal labor conciliator at the request of President Woodrow Wilson.

In 1920 President Wilson nominated Hunt as US Minister at Siam, a post he held until September of 1921. Hunt returned to the governor's office in January of 1923 and served until his attempt for re-election was defeated in 1928. He defeated the incumbent Governor John C. Phillips in 1931 and served his final term as governor until 1933. George Hunt died at his home in Phoenix in 1934.

Scope and Content Note

The George W. P. Hunt collection contains correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, notebooks, biographical and genealogical material, and printed matter. Although the collection ranges from 1709 to 1955, the bulk of the material concerns Hunt's political activities and personal life from 1885 to 1932. The collection has been divided into five series.

Series I: Political/Professional Correspondence dates from 1901 to 1935 and is largely concerned with Hunt's work as Governor of Arizona. The letters have been divided into broad subject categories, including "Constitution/Statehood", "Constitutional Convention", "Government/Politics", "Highway Construction", "Old Dominion Commercial Co.", and "Prison Reform".

The "Constitution/Statehood" files include letters from a number of prominent individuals offering their comments and advice on the proposed Arizona Constitution produced in 1910. Correspondents include Sen. Robert M. LaFollette (1/5/11), President Woodrow Wilson (1/11/11), William Jennings Bryan (3/1/11, 3/23/11, (resp.) 3/28/11), Governor Chase Osborn of Michigan (1/19/11), and Lindley W. Keasbey of the University of Texas at Austin. Arizonans Mulford Winsor, A. F. Parsons, and Amos W. Cole are regular correspondents in these files. Of particular interest are letters from representatives of the Arizona Equal Suffrage Campaign Committee (1/27/11,8/24/11, 10/23/11) and the Kansas Equal Suffrage Association (2/16/11). A paper by Wiley E. Jones entitled "Can Arizona and New Mexico be Admitted as States by Act of Congress Alone ..." is included with his letter of May 12, 1911.

The "Constitutional Convention" files include a number of letters from Mulford Winsor and various university presidents and faculty members concerning the proposed constitution. A letter from Senator Jonathan Bourne of Oregon (12/29/10) contains particularly lucid comments on the constitution. An undated document (Box 1, Folder 10A) entitled "Model Constitution of Ohio" contains a number of holograph insertions and deletions.

The "Government/Politics" files contain a wide variety of materials extending from 1907 to 1927. These items include a number of letters of support for Hunt from Arizonans and often contain election returns and comments on political conditions in various localities. Regular correspondents include Ed Chilson, John T. Hughes, and Mulford Winsor. These files also contain a number of interesting items. Roll call slips from the 24th Territorial Legislature for House bills 2-160 are housed in Box 1, folder 3. A letter from the Arizona Cattle Growers Association (2/24/07) expresses support for retention of the Arizona Rangers. A number of letters from Francis W. Munds (1/14/12, 9/5/16, 9/10/18, 9/17/18, 11/24/18) of the Arizona Equal Suffrage Campaign Committee are included in these files. Of particular interest is a letter from Hunt to the Second Arizona Legislature (5/27/15) requesting commutation of the death sentence passed against five Mexican citizens. Telegrams from William Jennings Bryan and various Mexican officials are enclosed with the letter. Correspondence from May and June of 1916 concerns Mother Jones' visit to Arizona and her support for Hunt. A leaflet criticizing the politics of Hunt and Mother Jones entitled "Some Gems of Thought by Mother Jones" is located in Box 2, Folder 3. Other correspondence from John T. Hughes over the summer of 1916 discusses the establishment of a Spanish language newspaper at Tucson entitled El Combate. A letter from Hunt to the Arizona Gazette (5/25/18) refutes a recent editorial concerning Hunt's sympathy for the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). A mob action in the Clifton-Morenci mining district in the winter of 1915-1916 is described in a letter from Norman Carmichael of Clifton (5/25/18). Hunt's reply to Carmichael is dated June 4, 1918.

The "Government/Politics" correspondence dating from 1923 to 1926 contains information regarding the Colorado River Controversy. A letter from W. S. Norviel (3/26/23) responds to Hunt's "attack" upon his work as Arizona State Water Commissioner. This letter includes transcriptions of a number of communications regarding survey work for the Boulder Canyon "High Line Canal" and other irrigation projects. A letter from A. G. McGregor (7/24/25) concerns funding of Colorado River projects and the Swing-Johnson Bill. A typescript of Henry S. McCluskey's speech before the Los Angeles Realty Board (9/29/25) describes plans for development of the Colorado River and criticizes the Colorado River Compact. Correspondence from 1926 includes a series of cordial letters between Hunt and Governor George H. Dern of Utah regarding Colorado River negotiations and a letter from Hunt to Henry F. Ashurst (2/3/26) concerning the testimony of witnesses before the Senate Committee on Irrigation and Reclamation. A letter from Hunt to Dwight B. Heard (5/5/26) refutes Heard's statement describing Hunt's political alliances and serves as a broad summary of the differences between Hunt and Heard positions on a number of issues.

The "Highway Construction" files contain some items of particular interest. A letter from Henry F. Ashurst to Hunt (5/1/13) discusses appropriations for construction of Post Roads from Holbrook to Springerville. Hunts' response is dated May 8, 1913. A letter from the State Engineer (unidentified) to the Board of Supervisors of Globe (11/29/13) describes the use of prison labor in road construction. A description of the administration of highway work (e.g. organization, funding, etc.) is provided in a letter from E. P. Adams to Sen. Dorsey W. Shackleford of Missouri (1/9/14). F. G. Twitchell's letter to the Gila County Board of Supervisors (2/1/14) contains an operations report for a road construction camp listing costs and production figures. An unsigned addendum to this report is dated March 5, 1914.

The "Prison Reform" files contain a number of important documents concerning Hunt's reforms in general and the capital punishment issue. Correspondence from 1912 deals with a variety of administrative matters including a number of requests for commutation of sentences. Letters written during May of 1912 concern a proposal to use the Fort Grant Military Reservation as a "reformatory institution". A letter from Robert B. Sims (Superintendent, Arizona State Prison) to Hon. C. S. Potts of Austin, Texas provides details of the road work program for convicts. This letter is enclosed with a cover letter to Hunt dated November 18, 1912. Prison Reform correspondence for 1913-1914 describes Hunt reforms in a number of areas including parole of prisoners, censorship of prisoner's mail, prisoner entertainment, and capital punishment. Many of these letters were written by J. J. Sanders, who was appointed Superintendent of the Arizona State Prison in 1913.

The "Miscellaneous Subjects" files concern a wide variety of topics, some of which overlap with the subject files described above. A 1907 report on the status of the Territorial Asylum for the Insane is included in Box 1, Folder 2. A series of letters from Mulford Winsor in 1909 concern Winsor's possible dismissal as Arizona State Historian by Governor Sloan. A letter from Michael G. Cuniff to Hunt (12/26/11) describes Sharlot Hall's qualifications for the position of State Historian. A letter from J. J. Healey of Phoenix to Hunt (2/23/12) and a series of letters written from August to December of 1912 discuss alleged mob violence perpetrated against Healey at Parker. These documents include Healey's description of his attempts to initiate a state or federal investigation. A letter from the Acting British Consul-General at San Francisco to Hunt (4/4/13) contains additional documentation of the Healey affair. A transcript of the Grand Jury proceedings in the Healey affair is located in Box 3, Folder 23A. The use of detectives and hired men for harassing mine workers and unemployed men at Jerome is described in a letter from representatives of the Socialist Party at Bisbee, Arizona (5/31/13). Similar activities by an individual investigator known as "Gila Monster" or "Maricopa Slim" are described in a series of letters written between May and August of 1913. A letter from Mulford Winsor (1/10/14) discusses the transportation and location of elk in the Sitgreaves National Forest. A letter from Mother Jones to Hunt (1/16/20) concerns national politics and anti-Communist activities.

The "Miscellaneous Subjects" files for 1920 and 1921 mostly concern Hunt's activities as US Minister at Siam. Many of the letters, however, are from Hunt's personal friends and contain references to Arizona and United States politics. Regular correspondents include Mulford Winsor, Edna W. Corbett, and Thomas Coleman, a sailor assigned to the USS Helena. Coleman's letters give details of his life at sea and continue after Hunt's return from Siam. An undated report with photographs on the Chiengmai Leper Asylum is located in Box 2, Folder 24. An important letter from Arthur P. Davis of the US Department of the Interior (2/13/23) includes a preliminary report on sites for Glen Canyon Dam and compares them with sites in Boulder Canyon. An undated letter from Hunt to Senator Marcus A. Smith describes Alan B. Jayne's attempt to block Hunt's confirmation as Minister to Siam on the grounds of sympathy with the IWW.

The Capital Punishment letterbook at the end of this series contains correspondence from Arizona citizens for and against executions. An index to the letterbook lists the city of residence of each correspondent.

Series II: Personal Papers is comprised of correspondence, biographical and genealogical documents, bills and receipts, and printed matter. Genealogical material includes research notes and correspondence as well as Hunt's application for membership in the Sons of the American Revolution. The Miscellaneous Family Documents are comprised of bills, receipts, correspondence, and estate papers mostly relating to the Christian family of Kentucky.

The correspondence in this series is composed of letters from family and friends. Letters written from 1879 to 1892 are mostly those received by Hunt from his mother and friends from Globe. Letters from Hunt's mother (Sarah E. Hunt) generally concern the health and activities of family members. Correspondence from friends usually discusses news of Globe and activities of past and present citizens of Globe. After 1892 the correspondence is dominated by letters from Duett Ellison, who married Hunt in 1904. These letters generally concern family affairs and news of friends and acquaintances, but political affairs are occasionally addressed as well. As Hunt advanced in his political career the correspondence from his friends became more politically oriented. As a result, many letters from friends touch upon political issues during Hunt's tenure as Governor.

A number of interesting items are included in the personal correspondence. A poem entitled "In Honor of the Democratic Candidates of Gila County" and a political cartoon depicting the state of Arizona sinking into a tureen of Democratic soup (11/9/92) are located in Box 5, Folder 3. A letter from William M. Griffith (US Marshall) to Hunt (10/16/97) indicates that Hunt was subpoenaed to testify in an unidentified case "on behalf of the Govt. before the U.S. Court." Hunt's self-portrait is enclosed with his letter to Duett Ellison of August 26, 1906. A letter from Sharlot Hall (6/5/08) concerns locations of the graves of Arizona pioneers and the state of historical collections in Arizona. A letter from Frances W. Munds (Arizona Equal Suffrage Campaign Committee) to Hunt (7/21/10) regards his candidacy for the Constitutional Convention delegation and his position on equal suffrage. Letters to Duett Hunt during the convention provide a sense of the atmosphere of the proceedings. Hunt's letter to Duett of August 2, 1912 describes his journey with a road crew from the State Prison at Florence to the construction site near Globe. Another letter to Duett (8/20/12) describes an epidemic of an unidentified disease resulting in infantile paralysis and includes a copy of the "State Quarantine Orders." A letter from Leroy A. Ladd (Hunt's Secretary) to Duett Hunt (8/4/13) describes a national survey of governor's wives and includes a copy of Duett's response to the survey.

Series III: Notebooks, Scrap, and Published Materials contains information regarding Hunt's political career and his private life. Poems of Sarah Elizabeth Yates Hunt is a privately published compilation of poetry by Hunt's mother. The volume includes a memorial to Mrs. Hunt by her sister Virginia Yates McCanne and a photograph of Mrs. Hunt and her two sons taken in 1865.

The 1898-1932 Notebook contains political, biographical, and genealogical newsclippings. The 1915 Notebook contains a list of Arizona representatives at the US Navy Yard in Brooklyn, New York for the christening of the battleship USS Arizona. The Holbrook-St. John's Highway Notebook contains compilations of elevations taken along the route.

Miscellaneous Memo Books consist of five volumes containing a wide variety of subjects. The 1911-1914 volume contains names of Hunt's acquaintances listed alphabetically by city and by last name under each city. The 1914-1919 volume includes poetry, personal health notes, a photograph of Duett and Virginia Hunt (1914) and a list of Colorado River Commission members. The 1918-1919 volume includes additional health notes. The 1923-1932 volume contains notes on Duett's final illness and records of her funeral costs.

"Peace Upon the Earth" is a signed carbon typescript of E. S. Yamamoto's essay. The 1915-1932 Notebook includes a list of Hunt's acquaintances and personal notes on those that impressed him. The volume also includes personal financial notes and lists of gifts given to friends.

The balance of the "notebooks" in this collection provide information on a number of subjects. The Addresses notebook (Box 10, Folder 5) includes a list of "friends" in the 1st Arizona Regiment (1916), a list of visitors taken to Florence Prison (1913-1916), and 1914 and 1916 election results compiled by county and then by precinct. The "Miscellaneous Government/Personal" notebook (Box 10, Folder 6) contains information on distribution of pheasants, turkey propagation, and a register of plants (1919-1924) probably acquired for the Hunt residence. The notebooks housed in Boxes 11-12 relate to a wide variety of personal and political topics. The notebooks described as "Personal Matter" contain private correspondence and public speeches mostly relating to Arizona politics and government. Many of these notebooks were indexed. Of particular interest is the 1914 letter from Hunt to Wiley E. Jones (Arizona Attorney General) deferring the executions of Eduardo Perez, N. B. Chavez and Francisco Rodriquez (Box 12, Folder 2, pp. 133-135). A letter from Hunt to Newton D. Baker (US Secretary of War) concerns the need for federal troops in the Globe-Miami, Ray, and Ajo mining districts (Box 12, Folder 5).

The Newsclippings and Scrapbooks in this series are almost entirely associated with Hunt's political career. The "Constitutional Convention" scrapbook is comprised of printed petitions and propositions to the convention with some brief holograph notes. The 1882-1905 ledger (Box 16, Folder 3) consists of personal accounts and some Globe Hospital Association records. The Globe Hospital Association Record Book lists patients admitted and released and elected officers.

The Miscellaneous Publications consist of political pamphlets and printed editions of various speeches and statements concerning the Colorado River controversy, capital punishment, and prison reform. Of particular interest is a copy of the "Standing Rules of the Arizona Constitutional Convention" (Box 17, Folder 2) and a copy of J. J. Sanders' pamphlet "Prisoner's Mail" (Box 19, Folder 1A).

The President's Mediation Commission Testimony is a transcript of the testimony of various witnesses on the mining strike at Globe in 1917. The Compiled Messages of the ... Governors of Arizona is a two-volume set of typescripts and published documents compiled by Henry S. McCluskey.

Series IV: Diaries includes the original volumes produced by Hunt and transcripts of the material. Access to the original volumes has been restricted in order to preserve the material. Transcripts are available for diaries written between 1913 and 1934. The diaries provide a glimpse of Hunt's daily activities and insight into Hunt's character. His personal views on political events and acquaintances are recorded in brief and candid statements. Diaries written while Hunt served in Siam generally concern Hunt's work as US Consul and provide little information on political affairs in Arizona during his absence.

Series V: Memorabilia is comprised of empty notebooks, wallets, pins and buttons, a desk calendar (1932), a wooden curio box, and business cards.


This collection consists of forty-four boxes divided into five series:
Series I: Political/Professional Correspondence
Series II: Personal Papers
Series III: Notebooks, Scrap, and Published Materials
Series IV: Diaries
Series V: Memorabilia


Access Restrictions

Access to the original diaries in this collection has been restricted by the Department of Archives and Special Collections because of the fragility of the material. Contact the University Archivist regarding access to the original diaries.

To view this collection, make an appointment at least five business days prior to your visit by contacting Ask an Archivist or calling (480) 965-4932. Appointments in the Wurzburger Reading Room at Hayden Library (rm. 138) on the Tempe campus are available Monday through Friday. Check the ASU Library Hours page for current availability.


Arizona State University does not own the copyright to this collection. We recognize that it is incumbent upon the researcher to procure permission to publish information from this collection from the owner of the copyright.

Related Material

For images of George W. P. Hunt held by the archives, search the ASU Special Materials Index.

See also the George W. P. Hunt Papers at the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. Items from this collection have been digitized and can be found at the Arizona Memory Project by searching for George W. P. Hunt.

Access Terms

Personal Name(s)
Adams, E. P.
Ashurst, Henry Fountain, 1874-1962.
Bourne, Jonathan, 1855-1940.
Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925.
Carmichael, Norman.
Chilson, Ed.
Cole, Amos W.
Corbett, Edna W.
Cunliff, Michael G.
Davis, Arthur Powell, 1861-1933.
Dern, George Henry, 1872-1936.
Hall, Sharlot Mabridth, 1870-1943.
Healey, J. J. (John J.)
Heard, Dwight B. (Dwight Bancroft), 1869-1929.
Hughes, John T.
Hunt, Duett (Helen Duett Ellison), 1867-1931.
Hunt, George W. P. (George Wylie Paul), 1859-1934 -- Family.
Hunt, George W. P. (George Wylie Paul), 1859-1934.
Hunt, Sarah E. (Sarah Elizabeth Yates), 1834-1904.
Jaynes, Allan B.
Jones, Mother, 1837-1930.
Jones, Wiley E.
Keasbey, Lindley Miller, b. 1867.
La Follette, Robert M. (Robert Marion), 1855-1925.
McCluskey, Henry Stanley, 1887-1968.
McGregor, A. G. (Alexander Grant), b. 1880.
Munds, Frances Willard, 1866-1948.
Norviel, W. S. (Winfield S.)
Osborn, Chase S. (Chase Salmon), b. 1860.
Parsons, A. F.
Sanders, J. J.
Sims, Robert B.
Twitchell, F. G.
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924.
Winsor, Mulford, 1874-1956.

Family Name(s)
Hunt family -- Genealogy.

Corporate Name(s)
Arizona Equal Suffrage Campaign Association.
Arizona Rangers.
Arizona State Prison.
Arizona. Constitutional Convention (1910).
Arizona. Territorial Asylum for the Insane.
Arizona. Territorial Legislature.
Boulder Canyon Project (U.S.).
Chiengmai Leper Asylum.
Democratic Party (Ariz.).
Gila County (Ariz.). Board of Supervisors.
Helena (Ship).
Industrial Workers of the World.
Kansas Equal Suffrage Association (1884-1913).
Socialist Party (U.S.).
Sons of the American Revolution.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Irrigation and Reclamation.

Geographic Name(s)
Arizona -- Politics and government -- To 1950.
Arizona. Constitution.
Bisbee (Ariz.) -- History.
Fort Grant Military Reservation (Ariz.).
Glen Canyon Dam (Ariz.).
Hoover Dam (Ariz. and Nev.).
Jerome (Ariz.) -- History.
Parker (Ariz.) -- History.
Sitgreaves National Forest (Ariz.).
Thailand -- Foreign relations -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1913-1921.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1921-1923.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Thailand.

Ambassadors -- United States.
Anti-communist movements -- Arizona.
Capital punishment -- Arizona.
Convict labor -- Arizona.
Elk -- Arizona.
Governors -- Arizona -- Archives.
Governors -- Arizona -- Election.
Mexican Americans -- Arizona.
Miners -- Arizona -- Jerome.
Miners' strike, Globe, Ariz., 1917.
Parole -- Arizona.
Post roads -- Arizona.
Postal service -- Censorship -- Arizona.
Prison administration -- Arizona.
Prison sentences -- Arizona.
Prisoners -- Arizona.
Prisons -- Arizona.
Progressivism (United States politics).
Roads -- Arizona -- Design and construction.
Strikes and lockouts -- Miners -- Arizona -- Globe.
Water resources development -- Arizona.
Water rights -- Arizona.
Women -- Suffrage -- Arizona.

Arizona gazette.
Colorado River Compact (1922).
Combate (Tucson, Ariz.).

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], George W. P. Hunt Collection, MSS-48, Arizona State University Library.


The George W. P. Hunt Collection was received in two accessions. Diaries, biographical materials, personal correspondence, and miscellaneous publications and notebooks were received from Mrs. W. E. Frund (Virginia Hunt) in 1954 (ACC# 54-038). Personal, business and political correspondence, genealogical and biographical materials, notebooks and scrapbooks were purchased from a dealer in 1978 (ACC# 78-038).

Processing Note

The George W. P. Hunt Collection was reprocessed in 1990 in order to improve subject access and preserve the collection. The original box and folder numbers have been retained in order to insure consistency of existing published citations to the material. However, when a folder number includes letter designations (e.g. I-IF) the original (overfilled) folder has been divided into a group of folders in order to properly house the material. When a folder number is followed by "OV", this indicates that oversized material from that original folder has been housed in larger flat boxes. In some instances the entire contents of an original folder has been rehoused in an oversize container.

Other Finding Aids

A calendar describing each letter in this collection is available upon request in the Luhrs Reading Room.

Container List

Series I: Political/Professional Correspondence
11 President McKinley in Arizona, 1901
12 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1906-1907
13 Government/Politics, 1907
14 Old Dominion Commercial Company, 1907
15 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1909
16 Government/Politics, 1908
17 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1909
18 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1910
19 Government/Politics, 1910
110 Constitutional Convention, 1910
111 Old Dominion Commercial Company, 1910
112 Government/Politics, 1911
113 Constituon/Statehood, 1911
114 Constituon/Statehood, 1911
115 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1911
115A Highway Construction, 1907
116 Government/Politics, 1912
117 Speeches/Addresses, 1912
118 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1912
119 Prison Reform, 1912
120 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1913
121 Highway Construction, 1913
122 Prison Reform, 1913
123 Government/Politics, 1914
124 Prison Reform, 1914
125 Highway Construction, 1913
126 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1914
21 Government/Politics, 1915
22 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1915
23 Government/Politics, 1916
24 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1916
25 Government/Politics, 1917
26 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1917
27 Government/Politics, 1918
28 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1918
210 World War I Servicemen, 1917-1919
211 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1919
212 Hunt Nomination - Minister to Siam, 1920
213 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1912 January
214 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1920 February
215 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1920 March
216 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1920 April
217 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1920 May
218 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1920 June
219 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1920 July
220 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1920 August
221 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1920 September
222 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1920 October
223 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1920 November
224 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1920 December
31 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1921 January
32 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1921 February
33 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1921 March
34 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1921 April
35 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1921 May
36 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1921 June
37 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1921 July
38 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1921 August
39 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1921 September
310 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1921 October
311 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1921 November
312 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1921 December
313 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1922
314 Government/Politics, 1922
315 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1923
316 Government/Politics, 1923
317 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1925
318 Government/Politics, 1925
319 Government/Politics, 1926
320 Government/Politics, 1927
321 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1928
322 Miscellaneous Subjects, 1929-1935
323 Miscellaneous Subjects, Undated
324 Letterbook regarding Capital Punishment, 1913 (Includes Index)
325 Arizona Highway Department - Bluerprints/Drawings, 1923, Undated
3 Arizona Highway Department - Blueprints/Drawings, 1923, Undated
Series II: Personal Papers
41 Autobiography, 1985 (Holograph; 20 Pages)
42 Hunt Family Papers: Genealogical Material, 1899-1906, Undated
43 Hunt Family Papers: Miscellaneous Family Documents, 1709-1854
44 Biographical Material, Undated
45 Bills/Receipts, 1883-1932
45A Postcards, 1921, Undated
45B Printed Matter, 1903-1927
45C Envelopes, 1897-1932
45D Miscellaneous Papers, Undated
46 Correspondence, 1879
47 Correspondence, 1880
48 Correspondence, 1882-1883
49 Correspondence, 1884
410 Correspondence, 1885
411 Correspondence, 1886
412 Correspondence, 1887
413 Correspondence, 1888
414 Correspondence, 1889
51 Correspondence, 1890
52 Correspondence, 1891
53 Correspondence, 1892
54 Correspondence, 1893
55 Correspondence, 1894
56 Correspondence, 1895
57 Correspondence, 1896
61 Correspondence, 1897 January-May
62 Correspondence, 1897 June-December
62A Correspondence, 1897 June-December
63 Correspondence, 1898
64 Correspondence, 1899
65 Correspondence, 1900
66 Correspondence, 1901
67 Correspondence, 1902
68 Correspondence, 1903
69 Correspondence, 1904 January-April
610 Correspondence, 1904 May-December
71 Correspondence, 1905
72 Correspondence, 1906
73 Correspondence, 1907
74 Correspondence, 1908
75 Correspondence, 1909 January-July
76 Correspondence, 1909 August-September
77 Correspondence, 1910 January-August
78 Correspondence, 1910 September-December
81 Correspondence, 1911 January-April
82 Correspondence, 1911 May-November
83 Correspondence, 1912
84 Correspondence, 1913
85 Correspondence, 1914
86 Correspondence, 1915
87 Correspondence, 1920-1938
88 Correspondence, Undated
Series III: Notebooks, Scrap, and Published Materials
91 "Through the Papago Country" Photo Album, 1915
92 Duett Hunt Autograph Book, 1882
93 Passports, 1920, 1929 (3 Volumes)
94 Miscellaneous Address Books, 1934, Undated (6 Volumes)
95 Globe City Friday Night Social Club Minutes, 1885
95A Home Social Club Minutes, 1885-1886
96 Sarah Elizabeth Yates Hunt Poetry, Undated (3 Copies)
97 Notebooks, 1898-1932
97A Notebooks, 1915
98 Governors' Conference Souvenir, 1931
99 Holbrook-St. Johns Highway Notebook, 1922
99A Miscellaneous Memo Books, 1911-1914
99B Miscellaneous Memo Books, 1914-1919
99C Miscellaneous Memo Books, 1918-1919
99D Miscellaneous Memo Books, 1923-1932
99E Miscellaneous Memo Books, Undated
910 Hunt Inaugural Address, 1912
911 E.S. Yamamoto "Peace upon the Earth", 1929
912 Notebook, 1915-1932 (Includes Index)
913 Dietary Notebook, 1919-1920
914 Arizona Highway Department Field Manual, 1930
915 Blood Test, Memo Book, 1932-1934
916 Miscellaneous Memo books, Undated (2 Volumes)
917 Sunrise Notes, 1914-1921
101 Siam Notes, 1895, 1920-1928
102 Financial, 1930-1935
103 Travel, 1931
104 Charity Donations, 1931-1933 (2 Volumes)
105 Addresses, Undated (2 Volumes)
106 Miscellaneous Government/Personal, 1911-1935
106A Addresses, 1929-1930
106B Miscellaneous Government/Personal, 1911, 1934
106C Addresses, 1934
111 Governor's Unemployed Relief Fund, 1931-1932
112 Congratulatory Telegrams, 1917
113 Personal Matter, 1910-1916 (Includes Index)
114 Index to Appointments, 1921-1932 (Includes Index)
115 Speeches/Essays, 1912 (Includes Index)
116 Speeches/Essays, 1913, 1925 (Includes Index)
117 Personal Matter, 1913-1914 (Includes Index)
121 Speeches/Essays, 1914 (Includes Index)
122 Personal Matter, 1913-1915 (Includes Index)
123 Personal Matter, 1914-1916 (Includes Index)
124 Personal Matter, 1914-1915 (Includes Index)
125 Personal Matter, 1918 (Includes Index)
126 Personal Correspondence, 1916, 1928, 1929
131 Newsclippings, 1898
132 Newsclippings, 1899
133 Newsclippings, 1905
134 Newsclippings, 1907
135 Newsclippings, 1910
136 Newsclippings, 1911
137 Newsclippings, 1912
138 Newsclippings, 1913
139 Newsclippings, 1914-1915
1311 Newsclippings, 1916
1311 Newsclippings, 1918
1312 Newsclippings, 1919-1921
1313 Newsclippings, 1928
1314 Newsclippings, 1929
1315 Newsclippings, 1930
1316 Newsclippings, Undated
1317/OV1 Newsclippings, 1890-1899
1318 Scrapbooks, 1905-1908
1319 Scrapbooks, 1911
1320 Scrapbooks, 1911-1912
1321 Scrapbooks, 1918-1920
141/OV1 Scrapbooks, 1890-1894
142/OV1 Scrapbooks, 1895-1898
143/OV1 Scrapbooks, 1929
144 Scrapbooks, 1930
145/OV1 Scrapbooks, 1931-1932
151/OV1 Scrapbooks, 1931-1932
152/OV1 Scrapbooks, 1926-1934
153/OV1 Scrapbooks, 1934
161 Constitutional Convention, 1910 (Includes Index)
162 Miscellaneous Newsclippings
163 Ledger, 1882-1905
164 Globe Hospital Association Record Book, 1883-1885
171 Miscellaneous Publications, 1907-1908
172 Miscellaneous Publications, 1920-1911, 1918
173 Miscellaneous Publications, 1912
174 Miscellaneous Publications, 1913
175 Miscellaneous Publications, 1915
176 Miscellaneous Publications, 1916
177 Miscellaneous Publications, 1919
181 Miscellaneous Publications, 1920-1921
182 Miscellaneous Publications, 1922
183 Miscellaneous Publications, 1923-1924
184 Miscellaneous Publications, 1925
185 Miscellaneous Publications, 1926
186 Miscellaneous Publications, 1927
187 Miscellaneous Publications, 1928
188 Miscellaneous Publications, 1929-1930
189 Miscellaneous Publications, 1931
191 Miscellaneous Publications, Undated
191A Non-Hunt Publications, 1921, Undated
192 Presidents' Medication Commission Testimony, 1917 (Typescript; 809 Pages)
201 Complied Messages of ... Governors of Arizona 1912-1923, Undated (Volume 1; 2 Copies)
202 Complied Messages of ... Governors of Arizona 1912-1923, Undated (Volume 1; 2 Copies)
203 Complied Messages of ... Governors of Arizona 1912-1923, Undated (Volume 2)
204 Map: Holbrook Quadrangle, 1955 (2 Copies)
Series IV: Diaries
211 Original Diaries, 1880 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
212 Original Diaries: "Private Account Book", 1882-1883 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
213 Original Diaries, 1883 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
214 Original Diaries, 1884 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
215 Original Diaries, 1885 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
216 Original Diaries, 1885-1887 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
217 Original Diaries, 1889 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
218 Original Diaries, 1890 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
219 Original Diaries, 1913 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
21A1 Original Diaries, 1914 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
21A2 Original Diaries, 1915 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
221 Original Diaries, 1916 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
222 Original Diaries, 1917 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
223 Original Diaries, 1918 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
224 Original Diaries, 1919 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
225 Original Diaries, 1920 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
231 Original Diaries, 1921 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
232 Original Diaries, 1922 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
233 Original Diaries, 1923 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
234 Original Diaries, 1924 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
241 Original Diaries, 1925 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
242 Original Diaries, 1926 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
243 Original Diaries, 1927 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
244 Original Diaries, 1928 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
245 Original Diaries, 1929 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
251 Original Diaries, 1930 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
252 Original Diaries, 1931 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
253 Original Diaries, 1932 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
254 Original Diaries, 1933 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
255 Original Diaries, 1934 (ACCESS RESTRICTED)
261 Diary Transcripts, 1913
262 Diary Transcripts, 1914
263 Diary Transcripts, 1915
264 Diary Transcripts, 1916
265 Diary Transcripts, 1917
271 Diary Transcripts, 1918
272 Diary Transcripts, 1919
273 Diary Transcripts, 1920
274 Diary Transcripts, 1921
275 Diary Transcripts, 1922
276 Diary Transcripts, 1923
277 Diary Transcripts, 1924
281 Diary Transcripts, 1925, 1926
282 Diary Transcripts, 1927
283 Diary Transcripts, 1928
284 Diary Transcripts, 1929
285 Diary Transcripts, 1930
286 Diary Transcripts, 1931
287 Diary Transcripts, 1932
291 Diary Transcripts, 1933
292 Diary Transcripts, 1934
Series V: Memorabilia
30 Miscellaneous Items, 1932, Undated