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The Journal of Arizona History: Volume 35, Number 4: Winter, 1994 by  Julie A. (associate editor)  Bruce J. (editor-in-chief); Campbell - Paperback - 1994 - from Clausen Books, RMABA and Biblio.co.uk

The Journal of Arizona History: Volume 35, Number 4: Winter, 1994

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

Condition: Very Good+


Tempe: Arizona Historical Society, 1994. Nice copy! Very clean and tight. Minimal edge or spine wear. Pages 357-476 including index. topics include: Father of the GI Bill: Ernest W. McFarland and Veterans' Legislation; 50 Years of Arizona Politics; The Arizona Constitution of 1891; Fiestas Patrias and Uncle Sam: A Photographic Glimpse of Arizona Patriotism.. Wraps. Very Good+. Illus. by Photographs. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Historical Periodical.


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