Roy Elson, Administrative Assistant to Senator Carl T. Hayden (D-AZ) is interviewed by historian Jack August regarding Arizona politics, Arizona vs. California water allocation litigation, Barry Goldwater, Don Bolles and other topics. Side A: 03:45 James Folsom Moore and Fort Huachuca 05:50 Eugene Pulliam 13:40 Harry Rosenzweig 15:30 Liberty Bank charter controversy 23:05 Don Bolles 29:00 Barry Goldwater 39:35 Arizona vs. California Side B: 00:00 Arizona vs. California continued 07:20 Governor Jerry Brown comes to AZ (1964) 10:45 Morris and Stewart Udall 12:10 Sam Steiger 13:30 Eugene Pulliam 14:20 Don Bolles/Organized crime in AZ
An online exhibit recast as PDF files for sustainability. The exhibit presents over sixty individual documents from Gilbert's papers, describing the efforts of the Phoenix Mountains Preservation Council to establish and preserve the Phoenix Mountains Preserve.
An online exhibit documenting the career of Congressman Rhodes, recast in PDF files for sustainability. The exhibit describes Rhodes' political career and includes a series of short essays written by Rhodes, excerpts from his books, and news coverage of events including Watergate and the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon.
An online exhibit presented in PDF files for sustainability. Moving Waters documents the Greene Family's Glen Canyon recreational tourism businesses including Canyon Tours, Inc., Cliff Dweller's Lodge and Wahweap Lodge and Marina. Photographs depicting Glen Canyon before dam construction and the use of airboats on the Colorado River are included.
A website converted to PDF files for sustainability. The List of Hayden Arizona Pioneer Biographies includes links to digitized typescripts of biographical statements about Arizona "pioneers" written by Senator Carl T. Hayden. Subjects of the research were heads of household appearing in the 1860, 1863 and 1870 US Census surveys for Arizona. While Hayden completed biographies for over 800 individuals, he compiled research data for over 1,700 individuals. The complete research files are available in hardcopy at the Arizona Collection.
Raw silent film footage produced for local news outlets documenting flood conditions in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
Film produced by the State of Arizona Development Board to promote tourism ca. 1964. The Grand Canyon, rodeos, hotels and restaurants, fashion shows, Japanese flower gardens, auto, horse and dog racing and many other topics are depicted.
A silent motion picture depicting the last run of the Phoenix Street Railway in 1947, plus audio recordings of interviews with several past employees including motorman Sam Hodges, employed by the railway in 1913. The interviewer and most interviewees are unidentified.
Scanned pages from Herb and Dorothy's inspection copy of their book. Most photographs are labelled with image numbers from their photo collections. The prefix MCL can be added to the five and six digit numbers written on the images to form call numbers for the original Herb and Dorothy McLaughlin Photographs. The MCLMB prefix can be added to written image numbers starting with A (i.e. MCLMB A-156) to request original photographs from the McCulloch Brothers Photographs.
A color documentary film introducing a "Yarnell Senior Citizen Longevity Study" sponsored by Bobst Products Inc. ca. 1954. The film promotes the town of Yarnell as a retirement destination, including significant footage depicting the Shrine of St. Joseph of the Mountains. Narrated by Governor Howard Pyle.
Arizona Collection Audio and Visual Materials consist of archival audio recordings, motion pictures and video productions selected from the Arizona Collection. Media is added as permissions are secured, and resources for digitization become available.