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"The Apache Cemetery." Pat Bennett. Short bios of the people buried in the Apache Cemetery, Apache, Arizona. These were mostly homesteaders in the early 1900's. P5
"Chandler, Pioneer City of the New West." Published in 1996; by the Chandler Historical Society, Chandler, Maricopa County, Arizona. LDR
"Phoenician 1916." Phoenix High School Student Body, 1916. Class of 1916 names and individual photos. Classes of 1917, 1918, and 1919 are group photos with names listed. Several signatures. Local business advertisments. CD3
"Phoenix Historic Cemeteries Burial List." Pioneers' Cemetery Association, Inc., 2005. This is a list of burials in the historic cemeteries of Pioneer & Military Park (PMMP). The names of the seven historic cemeteries that are included are: Masons, International Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF), Knights of Pythias (K of P), Ancient Order of United Workmen (AOUW), City/Loosely, Porter and Rosedale. LDR
"The Tiger." Written & Published by the "Annual Staff" of Gilbert High School, 1941. This book is the High School Annual or Yearbook for the Gilbert Tigers of Gilbert, Maricopa County, Arizona for the year 1941. It contains pictures of the graduating classes of 1941, 1942, 1943 and 1944. It also has pictures of the staff members and many atheletic and academic groups. LDR
"Rincon High School yearbooks 1960 - 1967." Rincon High School. High school photos, Rincon High, years 1960 through 1967. Will scan and e-mail photos/pages by student name. ML7
"The Tucsonian 1928." The Student Body of Tucson High School, Tucson Arizona, 1928. Individual photos and names of the class of 1928 and 1929. Classes of 1930 and 1931 have individual names listed, but a group photo only. Several notes from friends. Original owner's name. Local Business advertisments. CD3
"Surname Index for the Arizona Sentinel 1872-1905." Genealogical Society of Yuma, AZ. Copyright 1985,1992,1997, Yuma Co Lib District. A limited name index of certain articles from the "Arizona Sentinel" which were included in a historical anthology of Tyson's Wells, La Paz, and Ehrenberg triangle. Microfilm of newspaper available at Yuma Public Library. SBA