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The Journal of Arizona History: Volume 33, Number 2: Summer, 1992 by  C. L. (senior editor)  Julie A. (associate editor); Sonnichsen - Paperback - 1992 - from Clausen Books, RMABA and

The Journal of Arizona History: Volume 33, Number 2: Summer, 1992

by Dinges, Bruce J. (editor-in-chief); Campbell, Julie A. (associate editor); Sonnichsen, C. L. (senior editor)

Condition: Very Good

Tempe: Arizona Historical Society, 1992. Textblock is clean and tight. Light wear along the spine, creased corners. Pages 117-240. Topics Include: A Death in the Superstitions: The Fate of Adolph Ruth, by James R. Kearney; Elusive Gold: George P. Harrington and the Bradshaw Mines, 1887-1925, by Robert L. Spude; Vanished Clifton-Morenci: An Architect's Perspective, by Mark C. Vinson; Western Art and the Historian, by Ron Tyler.. Wraps. Very Good. Illus. by Photographs. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Historical Periodical.


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