Arizona Historical Review Vol. I:1-V:2 (April 1928-July 1932) Arizona Historical Review Vol. I:1-V:2 (April 1928-July 1932) Arizona Historical Review Vol. I:1-V:2 (April 1928-July 1932) Arizona Historical Review Vol. I:1-V:2 (April 1928-July 1932)

Arizona Historical Review Vol. I:1-V:2 (April 1928-July 1932)

Published by Arizona State Historian, Phoenix, AZ. April 1928-July 1932
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Octavo. In 18 issues. Vol. I-4 through Vol. V-2. A nice run of the first four years of the Arizona Historical Review with major articles by the pioneer historian who knew the events surround Geronimo, Tombstone, and Tom Horn. All 18 issues are present with original covers and in very good condition. There are six important articles by John Peter Clum on Geronimo, Ez-kim-in-zin, both of whom Clum knew while serving as an Apache Agent as well as his look back at Tombstone, the San Carlos Apache Police; then Frank Lockwood's work on the early military posts in Arizona and Canyon Diablo Bank Robbery (and an article also by Will C. Barnes who also writes on Geronimo's last stand and his series on the Pleasant Valley War). There are articles on Tom Horn, Victorio, Pete Kitchen, and Sarah Butler York's telling of a woman's life in Arizona in the first decade of the Territorial period, Mazzanovich's account of the killing of Judge McComas and his wife by the Apache renegade Chatto. I.E. Solomon's accounts of stage coach robberies as well as his writing on Lt. Charles Gatewood and Gatewood's own account in the 1931 issue as well as Con Cronin's "Arizona Six Gun Classic". In the 1931 issues there are accounts of Nellie Cashman of Tombstone in the early 1880's (before her travel to the Yukon in search of gold), Al Sieber, the Apache Kid, and much on many issues ranging from women's suffrage in the state to mining issues to early businesses. A number of the articles have photographs of the people as well as the insert on Ez-Kim-in-zin which was provided for subscribers and is often lacking. Individual issues when found are often in the $100-200 range but have sold at auction for considerably more. These early issues are rare and are usually found only in runs in major historical societies or university libraries. All bound in original stiff printed paper wraps with minor wear. Bookseller Inventory # 019427

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Publisher: Arizona State Historian, Phoenix, AZ. April 1928-July 1932

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