Arizona: A State Guide

By: Workers of the Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Arizona

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Book Condition: Good


(brown cloth w/dark brown lettering; no dust jacket) [shelfworn book, spine somewhat faded, some deterioration to both ends of spine, small pieces torn off bottom corners of pp. 123-130 (no loss of text)]. (American Guide Series) Series (B&W photographs, maps) Comprehensive guide to the history, culture, commerce and geography of Arizona. Includes chapters on individual cities: Bisbee, Douglas, Flagstaff, Globe, Miami, Nogales, Phoenix, Prescott, Tombstone, Tucson, Yuma. Numerous auto tours outlined, as usual with this series, with a special section devoted to Grand Canyon National Park. 116 photographs, with the credited photographers including Forman Hanna, Joseph Miller, Marshall Beauchamp, Max Kegley, Jerry McLain, and the Farm Security Administration. The small sketches that serve as chapter heads are mostly uncredited, although two are signed by Ross Santee, Chronology; bibliography; index. Note that, unlike most volumes in this series, all the maps in the book are printed in the text proper (plus two endpaper maps); there is no map pocket at the rear of the book.

Title: Arizona: A State Guide

Author: Workers of the Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Arizona

Categories: Americana,

Edition: 4th printing

Publisher: New York, Hastings House: 1940

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 23803

Keywords: Travel Regional History Southwest Grand Canyon Indian Reservations Phoenix