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Arizona II Catalog

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Arizona Geological Society Publications:

Digest Volume # 9 / Sturgul, J. R., et.al. / FAULTING ON THE DRAGOON PASS AREA, EARTHQUAKES, GRAVITY DATA, MAGNETIC SURVEYS, much more, Arizona Geological Society, Tucson, 1971, pb, 265 pages, - 3 -, $ 10

Digest Volume # 10 / Cooley, M. E., et.al. / TECTONIC DIGEST, Arizona Geological Society, Tucson, 1976, pb, 2 volumes; volume 1, 430 pages, volume 2, 4 map supplements, - 3 -, $ 15


Digest Volume # 10 / Cooley, M. E., et.al. / TECTONIC DIGEST, Arizona Geological Society, Tucson, 1976, afb, 430 pages, 4 plates (in pocket), - 2 -, $ 25

Digest Volume # 11 / Titley, S. R. and Hicks, C. L. / GEOLOGY OF THE PORPHYRY COPPER DEPOSITS, SOUTHWESTERN NORTH AMERICA, Tucson, 1982, cl, 560 pages, - 3 -, $ 25

Digest Volume # 13 / Stone, C. and Jenney, J. P. / MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS ON THE GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF ARIZONA, Tucson, 1984, pb, 215 pages, - 3 -, $ 20

Digest Volume # 14 / Dickinson, W. R. and Payne, W. D. / RELATIONS OF TECTONICS TO ORE DEPOSITS IN THE SOUTHERN CORDILLERA, Arizona Geological Society, Tucson, 1981, pb, 288 pages, - 3 -, $ 15


Digest Volume # 15  Wilkins, J., Jr., Ed. / GOLD AND SILVER DEPOSITS OF THE BASIN AND RANGE PROVINCE, WESTERN U.S.A., Tucson, 1984, cl, 233 pages, - 1 -, $ 30

Digest Volume # 16 / Beatty, B. and Wilkinson, P. A. K. / FRONTIERS IN GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF ARIZONA AND THE SOUTHWEST, Arizona Geological Society, Tucson, 1986, afb, 554 pages, - 5 -, $ 35

Digest Volume # 18 / Dickinson, W. R. and Klute, M. A. / MESOZOIC ROCKS OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA AND ADJACENT AREAS, Tucson, 1987, pb, 394 pages, - 2 -, $ 30

Digest Volume # 19 / Karlstrom, K. E., Ed. / PROTEROZOIC GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF ARIZONA, Arizona Geological Society, Tucson, 1991, pb, 332 pages, - 2 -, $ 45

Digest Volume # 20 Pierce, F. W. and Bolm, J. G., Ed. / PORPHYRY COPPER DEPOSITS OF THE AMERICAN CORDILLERA, Arizona Geological Society, Tucson, 1995, cl, 656 pages, - 1 -, $ 100

SP 7 / Gehrels, G. E. and Spencer, J. E., Ed. / GEOLOGIC EXCURSIONS THROUGH THE SONORAN DESERT REGION, ARIZONA AND SONORA, Arizona Geological Society, Tucson, 1990, pb, 202 pages, - 2 -, $ 35


SP 8 / Doorn, P. L. / GEOLOGIC AND GRAVIMETRIC INVESTIGATIONS OF CAREFREE BASIN, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, Arizona Geological Society, Tucson, 1991, 187 pages, 8 appendices, 10 plates (in pocket), - 3 -, $ 79

Guidebook III / Titley, S. R. / SOUTHERN ARIZONA GUIDEBOOK -1968, held in conjunction with GSA Cordilleran Section 64th Annual Meeting, Tucson, 1968, cl, 354 pages, - 1 -, $ 40, another copy, - 3 -, $ 25


Arizona Geological Survey Bulletins: [listed by number, author, title/description, condition, price]

B 120 / Lausen, C. and Wilson, E. D. / GOLD AND COPPER DEPOSITS NEAR PAYSON, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1915, pb, 44 pages, 5 plates, used, $ 10

B 121 / Fansett, G. R. / FIELD TESTS FOR THE COMMON METALS, 4th Edition, Tucson, 1926, pb, 1926, 37 pages, used, $ 4

B 123 / Wilson, E. D. / GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE COURTLAND-GLEESON REGION, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1927, pb, 79 pages, 3 plates, 17 figs., light water staining on extreme bottom right corner of last several pages, ovg, used, $ 20


B 124 / Wilson, E. D. / ARIZONA GOLD PLACERS, 2nd Edition, Tucson, 1927, pb, 60 pages, 12 figs., used, $ 40

B 125 / Tenney, J. B. / THE MINERAL INDUSTRIES OF ARIZONA, 1928, pb, 138 pages; used, $ 5


B 126 / Wilson, E. D. / ASBESTOS DEPOSITS OF ARIZONA, Tucson, 1928, pb, 97 pages, 12 plates, 7 figs., used, $ 15

B 127 / Butler, G. M. / MANGANESE DEPOSITS OF ARIZONA, 1930, pb, 104 pages, index, new, $ 30, new, $ 20; used, $ 10


B 129 / Tenney, J. B. / SECOND REPORT ON THE MINERAL INDUSTRIES OF ARIZONA, 1939, pb, 108 pages, used, $ 25

B 131 / Lausen, C. / GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE OATMAN AND KATHERINE DISTRICTS, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1915, pb, 126 pages, 4 plates, 30 figs., used, $ 40

B 133 / Chapman, T. G. / TREATING GOLD ORES, 1932, pb, 32 pages; used, $ 4


B 134 / Wilson, E. D. / GEOLOGY AND MINERAL DEPOSITS OF SOUTHERN YUMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1933, afb, 234 pages, 29 plates (4 pocket plates in pocket), 7 figs.; used, $ 40

B 135 / Wilson, E. D. / ARIZONA GOLD PLACERS AND PLACERING, Tucson, 1933, pb, 148 pages, 14 plates, 15 figs., $ 35

B 136 / Fansett, G. R. / FIELD TESTS FOR THE COMMON METALS, 6
th Edition, Tucson, 56 pages; used, $ 10


B 137 / Wilson, E. D., et.al. / ARIZONA LODE GOLD MINES AND GOLD MINING, Tucson, 1967 or 1983, 254 pages, 26 figs., 6 plates; new, $ 50; used, $ 25

B 138 / Chapman, T. G. / TREATING GOLD ORES, 2nd Edition, Tucson, 1935, pb, 28 pages; used, $ 5

B 139 / SOME FACTS ABOUT ORE DEPOSITS, Tucson, 1935, pb, 99 pages, new, $ 10; used, $ 5

B 140 / ARIZONA METAL PRODUCTION, Tucson, 1936, pb, 112 pages, used, $ 5

B 141 / GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE AJO QUADRANGLE, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1937, pb, 83 pages, 4 plates (in pocket), 1 figure,  used, $ 40

B 143 / GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE TOMBSTONE DISTRICT, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1938, pb, 114 pages, 26 plates (25 in pocket), 5 figs., used, $ 45

B 144 / Peterson, N. P. / GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE MAMMOTH MINING CAMP AREA, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1938, 63 pages, 15 plates (10 in pocket), 1 figure, $ 40

B 145 / SOME ARIZONA ORE DEPOSITS, Tucson, 1938, afb, 136 pages, 40 plates (half are in a front pocket, other half in a back pocket) 12 figs., as new, $ 35


B 146 / Wilson, E. D. / BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF ARIZONA, Tucson, 1939, pb, 164 pages, used, $ 5

B 147 / Fansett, G. R. / Field Tests for the Common Metals, 7th Edition, Revised, Tucson, 1940, pb, 56 pages, used, $ 10

B
148 / Wilson, E. D. / TUNGSTEN DEPOSITS OF ARIZONA, Tucson, 1941, pb, 54 pages, 1 figure; new, $ 20, used, $ 5

B 149 / Galbraith, F. W. / MINERALS OF ARIZONA, Tucson, 1941, pb, 82 pages, used, $ 5

B 150 / Fansett, G. R. / FIELD TESTS FOR THE COMMON METALS, 8th Edition, Revised, Tucson, 1942, pb, 56 pages, 3 appendices, new, $ 5; used, $ 5

B 151 / Short, M. N., et.al. / GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE SUPERIOR MINING AREA, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1943, pb, 57 pages, 34 plates (10 in separate envelope), 13 figs., used, $ 40

B 152 / Wilson, E. D. / ARIZONA NONMETALLICS: A SUMMARY OF PAST PRODUCTION AND PRESENT OPERATIONS, Tucson, 1944, pb, 58 pages, used, $ 5

B 153 / Glabraith, F. W. / MINERALS OF ARIZONA, 2nd Edition, Tucson, 1947, pb, 101 pages, used, $ 10


B 154 / Fansett, G. R. / FIELD TESTS FOR THE COMMON METALS, 9th Edition, Tucson, 1948, pb, 56 pages, used, $ 5

B 155 / Wilson, E. D. / ARIZONA NONMETALLICS, A SUMMARY OF PAST PRODUCTION AND PRESENT OPERATIONS, 2nd Edition, Revised, Tucson, 1949, pb, 60 pages, new, $ 5; used, $ free

B 156 / Wilson, E. D. / ARIZONA ZINC AND LEAD DEPOSITS, Tucson, 1950, pb, 144 pages, 45 figs. (19 in supplement), used, $ 75

B 156 / Wilson, E. D. / ARIZONA ZINC AND LEAD DEPOSITS, Tucson, 1950, pb, 144 pages, 45 figs., does not have the separate supplement of 19 figs., used, $ 25


B 157 / Fansett, G. R. / FIELD TESTS FOR THE COMMON METALS, 10th Edition, Tucson, 1951, pb, 56 pages, new, $ 5; used, $ 5

B 158 / Wilson, E. D. / ARIZONA ZINC AND LEAD DEPOSITS, Part II, Tucson, 115 pages, 25 figs., index; used, $ 20


B 159 / Anonymous / THE MINERAL RESOURCES OF ARIZONA, Tucson, 1951, pb, 15 pages, used, $ 5

B 161 / Anthony, J. W. , Wilson, E. D., and Moore, R. T. / Tucson, 1953, pb, 62 pages, BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF ARIZONA; used, $ 5

B 163 / Moore, R. T. / MINERALS AND METALS OF INCREASING INTEREST, Tucson, 1953, pb, 40 pages, used, $ 5

B 164 / Krumlauf, H. E. / EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL MINES, Tucson, 1954, pb, 34 pages, 8 figs.; new, $ 5; used, $ 5

B 165 / Moore, R. T. / ONE HUNDRED ARIZONA MINERALS, Tucson, 1955, pb, 31 pages; new, $ 10, used, $ 5

B 166 / Butler, G. M. / PETROLOGY, Tucson, 1959, pb, 29 pages, 2 figs.; used, $ 8 [A short story of rock types and morphology]

B 167 / Heinrich, E. W. / SOME RARE-EARTH MINERAL DEPOSITS IN MOHAVE COUNTY, Tucson, 1967, pb, 22 pages, used, $ 6

B 168 / Wilson, E. D. /  GOLD PLACERS AND PLACERING IN ARIZONA, Tucson, 1978, pb, 124 pages, 14 plates, 14 figs., new, $ 30; used, $ 15

B 169 / Chapman, T. G., Ed. / THE MINERAL INDUSTRIES OF ARIZONA, Tucson, 1978, pb, 124 pages, 14 figs.; used, $ 10

B 170 / Forrester, J. D., et.al. / GEOLOGIC AND MINERAL MAPS OF ARIZONA, Tucson, 1962, pb, 11 pages, 3 figs., used, $ 5

B 171 / Wilson, E. D. / A RESUME OF THE GEOLOGY OF ARIZONA, Tucson, 1962, pb, 140 pages, 37 plates, 13 figs., 11 tables; new, $ 10, used, $ 5

B 172 Krumlauf, H. E. / THE USE OF COMPRESSED AIR IN SMALL MINES, Tucson, 1963, pb, 32 pages, used, $ 5

B 173 / Moore, R. T. and Wilson, E. D. / BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF ARIZONA, 1848 - 1964, Tucson, 1984, pb, 321 pages; new, $ 5, used, $ 2


B 174 / Wilson, E. D. / GUIDEBOOK 1 - HIGHWAYS OF ARIZONA, U.S. HIGHWAY 666, Tucson, 1982, pb, 68 pages, 22 plates, 8 figs., 2 tables; new, $ 5, used, $ 2

B 175 / Roseveare, G. H. / FIELD TESTS FOR THE COMMON MINERAL ELEMENTS, Tucson, 1966, pb, 43 pages; used, $ 10

B 176 / Peirce, H. W. / GEOLOGICAL GUIDEBOOK 2 - HIGHWAYS OF ARIZONA, 77 and 177, Tucson, 1975, pb, 73 pages, 29 plates, 5 figs., 5 tables; new, $ 5; used, $ 2

B 177 / Moore, R. T. / MINERAL DEPOSITS OF THE FORT APACHE INDIAN RESERVATION, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1968, pb, 84 pages, 2 plates (in pocket), 18 figs., 15 tables; new, $ 18; used, $ 8

B 178 / Alenius, E. M. J. / A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE UNITED VERDE OPEN PIT, JEROME, Tucson, 1968, pb, 34 pages, 30 figs.; used, $ 10

B 179 / Wilson, E. D. / MINERAL DEPOSITS OF THE GILA RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1969, pb, 34 pages, 3 plates (in pocket), 2 figs., 7 tables; new, $ 20; used, $ 10

B 180 / Jackson, H. M. / MINERAL AND WATER RESOURCES OF ARIZONA, Tucson, 1975, pb, 638 pages, 108 figs., 80 tables; used, $ 10


B 181 / Galbraith, F. W. / MINERALS OF ARIZONA, Tucson, 1970, pb, 116 pages; used, $ 20

B 182 / Peirce, H. W. / COAL, OIL, NATURAL GAS, HELIUM AND URANIUM, Tucson, 1970, pb, 289 pages, 19 plates (in pocket), 18 figs., 6 tables; used, $ 10

B 183 / Keith, S. B. / GEOLOGICAL GUIDEBOOK 3 - HIGHWAYS OF ARIZONA, 85, 86, 386, Tucson, 1971, pb, 80 pages, 29 plates, 6 figs., 4 tables; new, $ 6, used, $ 2

B 184 / Royse, C. F., et.al. / GEOLOGIC GUIDEBOOK 4 - HIGHWAYS OF ARIZONA, HIGHWAYS 87, 88, AND 188, Tucson, 1971, pb, 66 pages, 26 plates, 11 figs., 2 tables; used, $ 6

B 186 / Moore, R. T. / GEOLOGY OF THE VIRGIN AND BEAVERDAM MOUNTAINS, Tucson, 1972, pb, 65 pages, 24 plates (6 in pocket), 7 figs., 3 tables; new, $ 10, used, $ 5

B 187 / Keith, S. B. / INDEX OF MINING PROPERTIES IN COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1973, pb, 98 pages, 10 figs., 4 tables; new, $ 9, used, $ 5

B 188 / Moore, L. / THE MINERAL INDUSTRY OF ARIZONA IN 1971, Tucson 1974, pb, 20 pages, 19 tables; new, $ 4

B 189 / Keith, S. B. / INDEX OF MINING PROPERTIES IN PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1984, pb, 156 pages; new, $ 9; used, $ 5

B 190 / Vuich, J. S. / BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF ARIZONA, 1965 - 1970, pb, 155 pages; new, $ 5; used, $ 2

B 191 / Keith, S. B. / INDEX OF MINING PROPERTIES IN SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1998, pb, 94 pages; new, $ 9; used, $ 5

B 192 / Keith, S. B. / INDEX OF MINING PROPERTIES IN YUMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1978, pb, 185 pages; new, $ 9; used, $ 5

B 194 / Keith, S. B. / METALLIC MINERAL DISTRICTS AND PRODUCTION IN ARIZONA, 1986, 2nd Edition, pb, 58 pages, map in pocket; new, $ 20

B 196 / Welty, J. W., et.al. / MINE INDEX FOR METALLIC DISTRICTS OF ARIZONA, 1985, pb, 92 pages; new, $ 14


Circulars:

C 19 / Peirce, H. W., Jones, N., and Rogers, R. / A SURVEY OF URANIUM FAVORABILITY OF PALEOZOIC ROCKS IN THE MOGOLLON RIM AND SLOPE REGION - EAST CENTRAL ARIZONA, Tucson, 1977, pb, 60 pages, 11 page appendix, 54 figs., 5 tables, - 2 -, $ 15; also available with slight use, - 3 -, $ 10


Open-File Reports:

OFR 80 - 2 / GEOLOGIC MAP AND CROSS SECTION OF THE BILL WILLIAMS DISTRICT, YUMA COUNTY, $ 4

OFR 81 - 22 / PRELIMINARY DETAILED GEOLOGIC MAP AND CROSS SECTIONS OF THE CLIFTON HOT SPRINGS AND SAN FRANCISCO RIVER AREA , $ 3

OFR 84 - 1 / LATE PLIOCENE AND QUATERNARY GEOLOGY OF THE AJO QUADRANGLE, $ 4

OFR 84 - 2 / LATE PLIOCENE AND QUATERNARY GEOLOGY OF THE EL CENTRO QUADRANGLE, $ 4

OFR 84 - 3 / LATE PLIOCENE AND QUATERNARY GEOLOGY, LUKEVILLE/SONOYTA QUADRANGLE, $ 4

OFR 87 - 4 / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE MARICOPA MOUNTAINS, CENTRAL ARIZONA, 1: 62,500 scale, $ 8

OFR 88-6 / Brooks, S. J. / HYDROGEOLOGY OF THE BASINS ENCOMPASSING THE SSC (SUPERCONDUCTING SUPERCOLLIDER SITE), Tucson, 1988, spiral bound, 28 pages, 2 plates (in pocket), - 3 -, $ 15

OFR 88 - 9 / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE SE VULTURE MOUNTAINS, WESTERN-CENTRAL ARIZONA, brochure and map, 1: 24,000 scale, $ 10


OFR 92 - 2 / DETAILED GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE UPPER APACHE WASH AREA, CENTRAL PLOMOSA MOUNTAINS, WEST-CENTRAL ARIZONA, brochure and map, 1:12,000 scale, $ 10

OFR 92 - 3 / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE EASTERN EAGLETAIL MOUNTAINS, MARICOPA, LA PAZ, AND YUMA COUNTIES, ARIZONA, brochure and map, 1:24,000 scale, $ 10

OFR 92 - 12 / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE RED HILL NE 7.5' QUADRANGLE, LA PAZ AND YUMA COUNTIES, ARIZONA, 1:24,000 scale, $ 8

OFR 93 - 5 / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE WEST-CENTRAL GILA BEND MOUNTAINS, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, brochure and map, 1:34,000 scale, $ 10

OFR 93 - 6 / GEOLOGIC MAP OF SADDLE MOUNTAIN, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, brochure and map, 1:24,000 map, $ 10

OFR 93 - 7 / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE PAINTED ROCK MOUNTAINS, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, brochure and map, 1:24,000 scale, $ 10

OFR 93 - 19 / INDEX TO GEOLOGIC MAPS IN THE MESA 1 X 2 QUADRANGLE, ARIZONA, 1:250,000 scale, 18 pages, 3 plates, $ 10

OFR 94 - 7 / Huckleberry, G. / SURFICIAL GEOLOGY OF THE SANTAN MOUNTAINS PIEDMONT AREA, NORTHERN PINAL & EASTERN MARICOPA COUNTY AREA, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1994, spiral bound, 32 pages, 3 plates (in pocket), - 3 -, $ 20

OFR 94 - 10 / SURFICIAL GEOLOGY OF THE APACHE JUNCTION AREA, NORTH PINAL AND EASTERN MARICOPA COUNTIES, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1994, pb, 25 pages, 2 plates (in pocket), - 2 -, $ 15

OFR 94 - 22 / SURFICIAL GEOLOGY, SOILS, AND VEGETATION PATTERNS OF THE TABLE TOP MOUNTAIN AREA, PINAL & MARICOPA COUNTIES, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1994, spiral bound, 37 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), - 3 -, $ 15


OFR 95 - 5 / Huckleberry, G. / SURFICIAL GEOLOGY OF THE LOWER AGUA FRIA RIVER, LAKE PLEASANT TO SUN CITY, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1995, spiral bound, 32 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), - 2 -, $ 16

OFR 95 - 6 / Harris, R. C. / A RECONNAISSANCE OF EARTH FISSURES NEAR STANFIELD, MARICOPA & CASA GRANDE, WESTERN PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1995, spiral bound, 6 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), 1 figure, - 3 -, $ 8

OFR 95 - 9 / Skotnicki, S. J. and Ferguson, C. A. / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE GOLDFIELD QUADRANGLE AND THE NORTHERN PART OF THE SUPERSTITION MOUNTAINS SW QUADRANGLE, MARICOPA AND PINAL COUNTIES, ARIZONA, Tucson, 24 pages, 2 plates (in pocket), - 2 -, $ 10


OFR 95 - 10 Revised / GEOLOGY OF THE FLORENCE JUNCTION AND SOUTHERN PORTION OF THE WEAVERS NEEDLE 7.5' QUADRANGLES, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1996, spiral bound, 27 pages, 1 geologic map (in pocket), - 2 -, $ 15


OFR 95 - 14 / Skotnicki, S. J. / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE GERALD HILLS AREA, GLOBE-MIAMI AREA, GILA COUNTY, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1995, spiral bound, 7 pages, 1 geologic map (in pocket), - 2 -, $ 10

OFR 95 - 17 / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE AGUA CALIENTE MOUNTAINS, BARAGAN MOUNTAIN, AND TURTLENECK MOUNTAIN, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1:24,000 scale, $ 8


OFR 95 - 18 / BEDROCK GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE EASTERN HALF OF THE MESA 30X60 QUADRANGLE, EAST-CENTRAL ARIZONA, 1:100,000 scale, $ 8

OFR 96 - 8 / BEDROCK GEOLOGICAL MAP OF THE APACHE JUNCTION AND BUCKHORN QUADRANGLES, MARICOPA AND PINAL COUNTIES, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1997, spiral bound, 17 pages, geological map, - 1 -, $ 10

OFR 96 - 26 / SURFICIAL GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE SOUTHERN PARTS OF THE NEW RIVER MESA AND HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN QUADRANGLES, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1996, spiral bound, 13 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), - 2 -, $ 12

OFR 96 - 28 / DISTRIBUTION OF URANIUM IN ROCKS AND RADON LEVELS IN WATER IN THE SAN CARLOS - SAFFORD - DUNCAN NONPOINT-SOURCE MANAGEMENT ZONE, Tucson, 1996, spiral bound, 10 pages, 2 plates (in pocket), - 3 -, $ 15


OFR 97 - 14 / GEOLOGY OF THE MORMAN FLAT DAM QUADRANGLE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1999, spiral bound, 28 pages, geological map (3 pages), - 1 -, $ 10

OFR 97 - 15 / GEOLOGY OF THE HORSE MESA DAM QUADRANGLE, MARICOPA AND GILA COUNTIES, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1997, spiral bound, 14 pages, geological map (3 pages), - 1 -, $ 10

OFR 99 - 6 / GEOLOGIC MAP AND REPORT FOR THE THEODORE ROOSEVELT DAM AREA, GILA AND MARICOPA COUNTIES, ARIZONA, Tucson, 1999, spiral bound, 28 pages, geological map (one page), - 1 -, $ 10

OFR 99 - 16 / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE SAWTOOTH MOUNTAINS AND THE NORTH END OF THE WEST SILVER BELL MOUNTAINS, PINAL AND PIMA COUNTIES, SOUTHERN ARIZONA, Tucson, 1999, spiral bound, 27 pages, geologic map (in pocket), - 2 -, $ 15

Special Reports

3 / Greeley, M. N./ THE PRIMARY COPPER INDUSTRY OF ARIZONA IN 1977-78, Phoenix, 1979, 57 pages, 15 tables, 1 map (showing specific mining locations), new, $ 6

Arizona Trails Illustrated Maps: [Listed by #, Title, Price]; retail price, $ 11.95, our price, $10 with free media mail shipping when you order at least 2 maps

204 / Lake Mead National Recreation Area, $ 10
207 / Grand Canyon National Park, $ 10 Only 3 left; this map has been discontinued, new Grand Canyon Maps are listed below
213 / Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, $ 10
224 / Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, $ 10
237 / Saguaro National Park, $ 10
261 / Grand Canyon National Park North and South Rims, $ 10
262 / Grand Canyon National Park - East, $ 10
263 / Grand Canyon National Park - West, $ 10
851 / Superstition and Four Peaks Wilderness Areas, $ 10
852 / Hellsgate, Salome, and Sierra Ancha Wilderness Areas, $ 10
856 / Flagstaff, Sedona: Coconino and Kaibab National Forests, $ 10
858 / Bradshaw Mountains: Prescott National Forest, $ 10



Arizona Geological Survey Miscellaneous Maps:

MM 17 / METALLOGENIC PROVINCES OF ARIZONA, 1989, 1:1,000,000 scale, 3 pages of text, $ 5

MM 78 A / SILVER MOUNTAIN GEOLOGY, 1978, scale 1:4,800 scale, $ 4

MM 81 A / GEOLOGIC MAPS AND SAMPLE LOCATION MAP OF THE NORTHERN PICACHO MOUNTAINS, 1981, 1:24,000 scale, $ 7

MM 83 A / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE BUEHMAN CANYON AREA, 1983, 1:6,000 scale, $ 4

MM 85 A / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE PAJARITO MOUNTAINS, 1985, 1:12,000 scale, $ 4

MM 85 B / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE PLOMOSA PASS AREA, 1985, 1:12:000 scale, $ 3

MM 85 C / GEOLOGIC MAP AND STRUCTURE SECTION OF THE NORTHERN DOME ROCK MOUNTAINS, 1985, 1:12,000 scale, $ 3

MM 85 D / GEOLOGIC MAP AND GEOLOGIC CROSS SECTIONS THROUGH THE HOT SPRINGS CANYON AREA, 1985, 1:24,000 scale, $ 4

MM 86 A / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE GEESAMAN WASH AREA, 1986, 1:12,000 scale, $ 3

MM 86 C / GEOLOGIC RELATIONS IN THE KELSEY CANYON AREA, 1986, 1:24,000 scale, $ 3

MM 87 A / GENERAL GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE CATALINA CORE COMPLEX, 1987, 1:62,500 scale, 17 page text, $ 18

MM 87 C / RECONNAISSANCE GEOLOGIC MAP OF MINETA RIDGE AREA, 1987, 1:24,000 scale, $ 4

MM 87 D / BEDROCK GEOLOGY FROM NEW RIVER MESA TO THE NORTHERN PHOENIX AREA, 1987, 1:24,000 scale, $ 4

MM 88 A / GEOLOGIC MAP OF SANTA FE PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY MINERAL HOLDINGS IN NORTHWESTERN ARIZONA, 1981, 1:250,000 scale, $ 10

MM 88 B / GEOLOGY OF THE WILCOX NORTH QUADRANGLE AND THE SOUTHERNMOST GREASEWOOD MOUNTAIN QUADRANGLE, 1988, 1:24,000 scale, $
10

MM 88 C / MAP OF THE CATALINA CORE COMPLEX AND SAN PEDRO TROUGH, 1:125,000 scale, 1988, folded sheet, $ 10

MM 1378 / RECONNAISSANCE GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE PRESUMIDO PEAK QUADRANGLE, $ 8



Arizona Geological Survey Contributed Maps:

CM 89 A / GEOLOGIC MAP AND CROSS SECTIONS OF THE NORTHERN TORTILLA MOUNTAINS, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1:12,000 scale, $ 10

CM 89 C / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE LITTLE RINCON MOUNTAINS, ARIZONA, 1:10,000 scale, $ 5

CM 89 D / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE NORTHERN PLOMOSA MOUNTAINS, YUMA (LA PAZ) COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1:24,000 scale, $ 5

CM 89 E / GEOLOGIC MAP AND CROSS SECTIONS OF THE SOUTHWESTERN PART OF THE NEW RIVER MOUNTAINS, ARIZONA, 1:12,000 scale, $ 5

CM 90 B / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE BLACK ROCK DETACHMENT, SANTA TERESA MOUNTAINS, SE ARIZONA, 1:12,000 scale, $ 5

CM 91 C / GEOLOGIC MAP AND CROSS-SECTION OF EARLY PROTEROZOIC ROCKS OF MCDONALD MOUNTAIN - BEADPAN MOUNTAIN AREA, NORTHERN SIERRA ANCHAS, GILA COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1986, 1:10,000 scale, $ 6

CM 91 D / GEOLOGIC MAP AND PROTEROZOIC STRUCTURE OF CRAZY BASIN AREA, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1985, 1:10,000 scale, $ 5

CM 91 E / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE SHEEP BASIN MOUNTAIN AREA, NORTHERN SIERRA ANCHAS, GILA COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1987, 1:10,000 scale, $ 7

CM 91 G / GEOLOGIC MAP AND PROTEROZOIC STRUCTURE OF THE CLEATOR SHEAR ZONE, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1987, 1:3,000 scale, $ 5

CM 91 H / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE WESTERN HALF OF THE YOUNG QUADRANGLE, NORTHERN SIERRA ANCHAS, AND GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE MARSCH CREEK AREA, DIAMOND BUTTE AND YOUNG QUADRANGLES, ARIZONA, 1988, 1:24,000 scale, $ 5

CM 91 I / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE JAKES CORNER AREA AND GEOLOGIC CROSS-SECTION OF EARLY PROTEROZOIC ROCKS OF THE JAKES CORNER AREA, NORTHERN SIERRA ANCHAS, GILA COUNTY, 1990, 1:10,000 scale, $ 10

CM 91 J / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE NORTHERN MAZATZAL MOUNTAINS AND GEOLOGIC CROSS-SECTIONS OF THE SOUTH FORK OF DEADMAN CREEK AND BARNHARDT-SHAKE TREE CANYON, CENTRAL ARIZONA, 1991, 1:24,000 scale, $ 6

CM 91 L / GEOLOGIC MAP OF SIERRITA CALDERA FRAGMENT, SIERRITA MOUNTAINS, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1991, 1:24,000 scale, $ 5

CM 92 A / GEOLOGIC MAP OF PART OF THE SOUTHERN PLOMOSA MOUNTAINS, WEST-CENTRAL ARIZONA, 1992, 1:12,200 scale, $ 4

CM 92 B / PRELIMINARY GEOLOGIC MAP OF TERTIARY SEDIMENTARY ROCKS IN THE NORTHERN RAWHIDE MOUNTAINS, MOHAVE COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1992, 1:18,000 scale, $ 5

CM 92 C / GEOLOGIC MAP OF CATALINA CORE COMPLEX AND SAN PEDRO TROUGH, 1:125,000 scale, color, 1992, folded sheet, shows signs of use (slight wrinkling), $ 10

CM 92 D / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE SYCAMORE CREEK REGION, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1992, 1:24,000 scale, $ 4

CM 93 A / GEOLOGY OF THE SOUTH-CENTRAL GOLDFIELD MOUNTAINS, ARIZONA, 1993, 1:10,000 scale, $ 4

CM 93 B / SUMMARY GEOLOGIC MAP OF BLACK HILLS NEAR MAMMOTH, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1:24,000 scale, $ 5

CM 93 C / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE MOON MOUNTAINS, COLORADO RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION, LA PAZ COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1993, 1:24,000 scale, $ 4

CM 93 D / GEOLOGIC MAP OF MESQUITE MOUNTAINS, COLORADO RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION, LA PAZ COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1993, 1:24,000 scale, $ 4

CM 94 A / GEOLOGY OF THE ENEBRO MOUNTAIN AREA, GREENLEE COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1994, 1:10,600 scale, $ 4

CM 94 B / GEOLOGIC MAP OF STAR FLAT-WILLOW SPRINGS AREA, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1994, 1:24,000 scale, $ 2

CM 94 C / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE MORMAN LAKE QUADRANGLE, COCONINO COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1994, 1:24,000 scale, $ 6

CM 94 D / GEOLOGY OF THE PHOENIX MOUNTAINS, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1994, 1:15,000 scale, $ 4

CM 94 G / TRACE OF THE MAIN DISPLACEMENT SURFACE (BEDROCK/BASIN FILL CONTACT) OF PIRATE FAULT ZONE, WEST FLANK OF SANTA CATALINA MOUNTAINS, PIMA AND PINAL COUNTIES, ARIZONA, 1994, 1:24,000 scale, $ 4

CM 96 A / GEOLOGIC MAP AND CROSS-SECTIONS OF THE ENERRO MOUNTAIN RHYOLITE, GREENLEE COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1996, 1:12,000 scale, $ 5

CM 96 B / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE RIPSEY WASH AREA, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1996, 1:24,000 scale, $ 4

CM 96 C / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE SUMMIT AREA OF HOUSE MOUNTAIN, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1996, 1:6,000 scale, $ 10

CM 97 B / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE SANTA MARIA MOUNTAINS VOLCANIC FIELD, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1997, 1:24,000 scale, $ 4

CM 98 A / FACIES MAP OF POST-MID-MIOCENE QUIBURIS FORMATION, SAN PEDRO TROUGH, PINAL, PIMA, GILA, GRAHAM, AND COCHISE COUNTIES, ARIZONA, 1998, 1:24,000 scale, $ 20

CM 98 B / GEOLOGIC RELATIONS OF MARTINEZ RANCH FAULT AND HAPPY VALLEY NEOGENE BASIN, EAST FLANK OF RINCON MOUNTAINS, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1998, 1:24,000 scale, $ 6

CM 99 B / GEOLOGIC FRAMEWORK OF THE CATALINA FOOTHILLS, OUTSKIRTS OF TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1999, 1:24,000 scale, $ 10

CM 99 C / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE NEW RIVER QUADRANGLE AND PART OF THE DAISY MOUNTAIN QUADRANGLE, MARICOPA AND YAVAPAI COUNTIES, ARIZONA, 1999, 1:24,000 scale, $ 10

CM 00 B / SUMMARY OF TERTIARY STRATIGRAPHY AND STRUCTURAL RELATIONSHIPS, CAMP GRANT WASH – ANTELOPE PEAK AREA, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, 2000, 1:24,000 scale, $ 6

CM 00 C / GEOLOGY OF THE LOS ADOBES RANCHO AREA, SONORA, MEXICO AND SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, ARIZONA, 2000, 1:24,000 scale, $ 6

CM 02 A / Structural Reconnaissance of Lower-Plate Rocks Along the Catalina-Rincon Range Front, Pima County, Arizona, 2002, 1:24,000 scale, $ 7

CM 02 B / STRUCTURAL AND STRATIGRAPHIC RELATIONSHIPS OF MID-TERTIARY STRATA IN THE HACKBERRY WASH-INDIAN CAMP WASH INTRAMONTANE DEPRESSION, TORTILLA MOUNTAINS, PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, 2002, 1:24,000 scale,  $ 7



Geologic Investigation Maps

GI AB GEOLOGIC AND LANDFORM MAP OF THE MCDOWELL MOUNTAINS AREA, MARICOPA COUNTY, $ 10

GI C LANDSLOPE MAP OF THE MCDOWELL MOUNTAINS AREA, MARICOPA COUNTY, $ 10

GI D CALICHE MAP OF THE MCDOWELL MOUNTAINS AREA, MARICOPA COUNTY, $ 10

GI E GROUNDWATER MAP OF THE MCDOWELL MOUNTAINS AREA, MARICOPA COUNTY, $ 10

GI F MATERIALS RESOURCES MAP OF THE MCDOWELL MOUNTAINS AREA, MARICOPA COUNTY, $ 10

GI G GEOLOGIC HAZARDS MAP OF THE MCDOWELL MOUNTAINS AREA, MARICOPA COUNTY, $ 10

GI H EXCAVATION GEOLOGY OF THE MCDOWELL MOUNTAINS AREA, MARICOPA COUNTY, $ 10


GI I WASTE DISPOSAL MAP OF THE MCDOWELL MOUNTAINS AREA, MARICOPA COUNTY, $ 10

GI J CONSTRUCTION CONDITIONS MAP OF THE MCDOWELL MOUNTAINS AREA, MARICOPA COUNTY, $ 10



Arizona Geological Survey Maps  (Listed by number or letter, title, scale, price]

Map A1 / EIGHT GEOLOGIC CROSS-SECTIONS OF ARIZONA WITHOUT INDEX MAP, 1:1,000,000 scale, 3 folded and colored plates, 1962, $ 10

Map A2 / INDEX MAP AND GEOLOGIC CROSS-SECTIONS OF ARIZONA, 1:1,000,000 scale, 4 folded and colored plates, 1962, $ 15

Map C / GEOLOGIC MAP OF ARIZONA, folded, 1:500,000 scale, slight wear at fold points,$ 8

Map D / ARIZONA HIGHWAY GEOLOGIC MAP, 1:500,000 scale, color, folded map, 1967, predates interstate highway development, back side packed with geologic information on Arizona, $ 5

Map E / AEROMAGNETIC MAP OF ARIZONA, 1:500,000 scale, black & white, 1 folded map, $ 5

Map F / AEROMAGNETIC MAP OF ARIZONA, 1:1.000.000 scale, black & white, 1 folded map, $ 5

Map G / BOUGUER GRAVITY ANOMALY MAP OF ARIZONA, 1:500,000 scale, black & white, 1973, 1 folded map, $ 5

Map H / BOUGUER GRAVITY ANOMALY MAP OF ARIZONA, 1:1,000,000 scale, black & white, 1973, 1 folded map, $ 5

Map I / FREE-AIR GRAVITY ANOMALY MAP OF ARIZONA, 1:1,000,000 scale, color, 1975, 1 folded map, $ 5

Map J / MAP SHOWING LOCATION OF PLACER GOLD DEPOSITS IN ARIZONA, 1:1,000,000 scale, black & white, 1970, 1 folded sheet, $ 20

Map K / ACTIVE MINES IN ARIZONA 1987-88 MAP, 1:500,000 scale, some highlighting on map, black & white, 1 folded sheet, $ 5

Map L / ARIZONA MINERAL POTENTIAL MAP, 1:500,000 scale, black & white, 1984, 1 folded sheet, $ 5

Map M / MAP OF KNOWN NONFERROUS BASE AND PRECIOUS METAL MINERAL OCCURRENCES IN ARIZONA, 1:000,000 scale, color, 1978, 1 folded sheet, $ 6

Map O / MAP OF OUTCROPS OF PALEOZOIC AND MESOZOIC ROCKS IN ARIZONA, 1:1,000,000 scale, color, 1962, 1 folded sheet, $ 6

Map P / MAP OF OUTCROPS OF TERTIARY AND QUATERNARY IGNEOUS ROCKS, 1:1,000,000 scale, color, 1962, 1 folded sheet, $ 6


Map Q / MAP OF OUTCROPS OF PRECAMBRIAN ROCKS IN ARIZONA, 1:1,000,000 scale, color, 1962, 1 folded sheet, $ 6

Map R / DEPTH TO BEDROCK MAP, BASIN & RANGE PROVINCE, ARIZONA, 1:1,000,000 scale, color, 1980, 1 folded sheet, $ 6

Map 2 / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE SUPERIOR MINING AREA, 1942, 1:12,000 scale, $ 10

Map 4 - 2 / MAP OF KNOWN METALLIC MINERAL OCCURRENCES (EXCLUDING BASE AND PRECIOUS METALS) IN ARIZONA, 1:1,000,000 scale, color, 1969, 1 folded sheet, $ 2

Map 5 / MAP OF KNOWN NONMETALLIC MINERAL OCCURRENCES OF ARIZONA, 1:1,000,000 scale, color, 1979, folded sheet, $ 6

Map 19 / MAP OF OUTCROPS OF LARAMIDE (CRETACEOUS-TERTIARY) ROCKS IN ARIZONA AND ADJACENT REGIONS, 1:1,000,000 scale, color, 1984, 1 folded sheet, $ 6

Map 19 / MAP OF OUTCROPS OF LARAMIDE (CRETACEOUS-TERTIARY) ROCKS IN ARIZONA AND ADJACENT REGIONS, 1:1,000,000 scale, color, 1962, 1 folded sheet, $ 6

Map 20 / MAP OF MID-TERTIARY (40-15 M.Y.) VOLCANIC, PLUTONIC, AND SEDIMENTARY ROCK OUTCROPS IN ARIZONA, 1:1,000,000 scale, color, map 20, 1986, 1 folded sheet, $ 6

Map 21 / MAP OF POST-15-M.Y. VOLCANIC OUTCROPS IN ARIZONA, 1:1,000,000 scale, color, map 22, 1985, 1 folded sheet, $ 6

Map 24 / MAP OF K-AR AND AR-AR AGE DETERMINATIONS IN ARIZONA, 1:1,000,000 scale, color, 1986, 1 folded sheet, $ 6

Map 25 / MAP OF FISSION-TRACK, RB-SR, AND U-PB AGE DETERMINATIONS IN ARIZONA, 1986, 1:1,000,000 scale, $ 3

Map 30 / GEOLOGIC MAP AND SECTIONS OF THE GRANITE WASH MOUNTAINS, WEST-CENTRAL ARIZONA, 1991, 1:24,000 scale, $ 7



AGS Digital Database Files and Maps (on 3 ½" floppy discs)

DI 3 / DATABASE FILES DESCRIBING MINERALIZED SITES IN THE STATE OF ARIZONA, 3 disks, $ 10

DI 4 / DIGITAL REPRESENTATION OF THE GEOLOGICAL MAP OF THE PHOENIX NORTH 30' X 60' QUADRANGLE, ARIZONA, 2 disks, $ 25

DI 5 / DIGITAL REPRESENTATION OF THE GEOLOGICAL MAP OF THE PHOENIX SOUTH 30' X 60' QUADRANGLE, ARIZONA, 2 disks, $ 25

DI 11 / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE MESA 30' X 60' QUADRANGLE, ARIZONA, 3 disks, $ 25

DI 12 / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE THEODORE ROOSEVELT LAKE 30' X 60' QUADRANGLE, ARIZONA, 2 disks, $ 25

DI 13 / GEOLOGIC MAP OF PORTIONS OF THE GLOBE 30' X 60' QUADRANGLE, ARIZONA, 2 disks, $ 25

DI 14 / GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE FOUNTAIN HILLS - MOUNT MCDOWELL AREA, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, 1 disk, $ 15



Arizona Geologic Maps of Arizona Counties

Geologic Maps of Arizona Counties, 1:375,000 scale, color; Price is $ 10 each; Counties currently available: Cochise, Coconino, Gila, Graham & Greenlee, Maricopa, Mohave, Navajo & Apache, Pima & Santa Cruz, Pinal, Yavapai, and Yuma


Arizona Historical Publications by Arcadia Publishing Company

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Ascarza, W. / SOUTHEASTERN ARIZONA MINING TOWNS, Charleston, 2011, pb, 127 pages, - 1 -, Southeastern Arizona has one of the most diverse mining localities in the state. Towns such as Bisbee, Clifton, Globe, Miami, Ray, Silverbell, and Superior have earned reputations as premier metal producers that are most notably known for their copper. Other mining towns that have made their marks in the region include Dos Cabezas, Gleeson, Harshaw District, Helvetia, Patagonia District, Pearce, Ruby, and Tombstone. Mining in southeastern Arizona has significantly influenced the development of mines in northern Sonora, Mexico. The foundation of Mexico's largest copper mine in Cananea was financed by American capital, specifically under the direction of miners and investors from southeastern Arizona. Overall, the process of mining has established the economy of southeastern Arizona, making it a viable source of copper-related minerals in the 21st century's global market

Chilicky, R. A. and Hunt, G. D. / CLIFTON AND MORENCI MINING DISTRICT, Charleston, 2015, pb, 127 pages, - 1 -, across America, from big cities to small towns and rural hamlets, there are many stories of challenges, historic events, courageous people, tragedy, and success. Some of the best and most exciting tales may not be well known. Such is the case for the towns of Clifton and Morenci, Arizona. They survived labor strikes, rising and falling copper prices, devastating floods, outlaws and lawlessness, gambling houses, and saloons. All this added to the lore that these towns were some of the roughest communities in the West. Today, after 143 years of mining, Freeport-McMoRan's Morenci copper mine is the largest in North America

Eppinga, J. / AROUND TOMBSTONE: GHOST TOWNS AND GUNFIGHTS, Charleston, 2009, pb, 127 pages, - 1 -, the communities that once surrounded the infamous Wild West town of Tombstone, including Dos Cabezas, Fairbank, Gleeson, Pearce, Courtland, Charleston, and Milltown, are now mostly ghosts of their former selves. These rich mining towns had promising futures when they were first established, but many experienced only fleeting boom times, like Courtland, a promising copper camp that survived only 12 years. During its short existence, the town of Charleston, founded in 1879 as a milling site for ore from Tombstone's silver mines, was every bit as wild and rowdy as its neighbor. There was corruption in the region too. Dos Cabezas's Mascot Mine became part one of the largest stock scandals of the time when it was exposed around 1900. Today this fascinating, rough-and-tumble history lives on primarily in faded memories, crumbling remnants on the outskirts of Tombstone, and in vintage photographs gathered together in this volume

Haak, W. A. and Haak, L. F., and the Gila County Historical Museum / GLOBE, Charleston, 2008, pb, 127 pages, - 1 -, according to Arizona folklore, "Globe City" was named for an extremely large globe-shaped silver nugget found along Pinal Creek in the 1870s. The town site, nestled in the foothills of the Pinal Mountains, was laid out in 1876, and miners and prospectors soon flooded the camp, joining ranchers already in the area. In 1881, Globe was named the county seat of Gila County, allowing for the continued growth and development of mining, ranching, and commerce. Many Arizonans who helped shepherd the Territory of Arizona into statehood came from Globe, including the state's first governor, businessmen George W. P. Hunt. Today Globe is a thriving community of 7,500 residents who take pride in their town's unique historic legacy

Larkin, A G., Graeme, D. L., and Graeme, R. W. IV / EARLY BISBEE, Charleston, 2015, pb, 127 pages, - 1 -, before Bisbee became a bustling mining camp, it was a haven to Native Americans for centuries. However, their presence brought the intrusion of army scouts and prospectors into the Mule Mountains. The coincidental discovery of vast mineral wealth at the future site of Bisbee permanently affixed the fate of the land forever. Rising from the remote desert was a dynamic mining city, a city that grew into one of the most influential communities in the West. Bisbee was unique in the Old West because of the mixed moral values. High society and the decadent underworld lived in a delicate balance, but a vibrant multicultural community was forged from these social fires

Pima County and the Arizona Historical Society / PIMA COUNTY, Charleston, 2012, pb, 127 pages, - 1 -, In the southwestern United States, Pima County encompasses a mosaic of cultures and history. Living together in this region are Native American tribes with roots going back to prehistoric times, descendants of Spanish settlers who colonized the valley in the late 1600s, Mexican families who settled the area before the 1854 Gadsden Purchase, and current generations of late-19th-century American pioneers who ventured into the borderland of the Arizona Territory seeking new beginnings. Signs of a rich cultural heritage are everywhere. The Tohono O'odham and Yaqui peoples are a vital part of the community. Preserved missions, presidio fortresses, and ranches are evidence of the legacy of Spanish exploration, mission building, and colonization that began in the late 1600s. Streets in Tucson, lined with Sonoran-style adobe houses, recall when this region was part of Mexico. Ghost towns, old mines, military forts, and Territorial-era ranch houses are visible reminders of a series of gold and silver rushes, the settling of the West, and the rise of a cattle industry

Price, E. J. / BISBEE, Charleston, 2004, pb, 127 pages, - 1 -, In the early 1900s, it was the largest city between St. Louis and San Francisco, bustling with the raw material of Wild West legends. Bisbee's infamous Brewery Gulch once supported 47 saloons and was considered the "liveliest spot between El Paso and San Francisco." By the 1970s, opportunists had relieved Bisbee's Mule Mountains of billions of pounds of copper, 102 million ounces of silver, 2.8 million ounces of gold, and millions of pounds of zinc, lead, and manganese. The ore reserves were depleted, and when the last pickaxe struck plain old dirt, a mass exodus of miners collapsed the real estate market. But the lure of cheap land was a magnet for retirees, hippies, and artists. Boarding houses were converted into charming bed and breakfasts. Antique stores, galleries, cafes, and restaurants replaced the saloons. These days, a vibrant and eclectic community of ranchers, politicians, and free spirits; a well-preserved architectural and historic heritage; and "the most perfect year-round climate" make Bisbee, the county seat, a one-of-a-kind gem

Schumacher, C. A. and Danielle M. Tomerlin, D. M. / SUPERIOR AND QUEEN VALLEY, Charleston, 2011, pb, 127 pages, - 1 -, Superior and Queen Valley share a rich history. Superior began with the establishment of Generals Stoneman and Crook's military installation to ward off Apache raids in the 1870s. Soon thereafter, while digging for a new road, a soldier named Sullivan discovered Arizona's richest silver deposit, later known as the Silver King Mine. Then with the help of Col. Boyce Thompson, who developed the Magma Copper Company, Superior also became Arizona's biggest copper operation. In 1915, Queen Valley began with Hart Mullins, the area's first official homesteader. Hart worked as a Superior Route stagecoach hand and helped develop a route from Phoenix through Superior and Queen Valley. Today both Superior and Queen Valley remain two towns where the rich history and close-knit community culture of the Old West are alive and well

Steuber, M. and the Jerome Historical Society Archives / JEROME, Charleston, 2008, pb, 127 pages, - 1 - ,the rugged mining community of Jerome has thrived by the hard work and hard play of tough men and women pitted against an equally hard mountain. William Murray solicited funding for the Black Hills mining camp from his uncle, a New York lawyer and financier named Eugene Murray Jerome, who reportedly was not interested. However, his independent wife was delighted at the prospect and raised $200,000 in development capital for Murray. In 1882, Frederick F. Thomas, Jerome's first postmaster, named the mining camp "Jerome" in honor of the family. Jerome boomed, ultimately reaching a reported population peak of 15,000 in the 1920s, then dwindling to a ghost town after the mines closed. In 1967, the town was designated a National Historic Landmark, and today it is a flourishing artist community, as well as a motorcycle and travel destination

Vega, S. C., Tiede, M., and Heyward, D. / AROUND MIAMI, Charleston, 2011, pb, 127 pages, - 1 -, during the late 1800s, prospectors in search of gold, silver, and copper began to settle around the Pinal Mountains area in Miami. By 1918, several mining companies had established roots and contributed to the town's booming growth. The community established housing, schools, a hospital, and a town government, and the population grew to 5,000. Soon, Miami achieved recognition as one of the main mining towns in the state, along with neighboring Globe, Jerome, Morenci, Superior, Ajo, and Ray-Sonora. The new mining opportunities brought immigrants from around the world to settle in the area and eventually turned Arizona into a leading contributor to the copper industry. Although mining's hold on the local economy has changed over the years, today at least 20 percent of Miami-area employment is centered around copper mining, which remains close to the heart of the first hardy miners' descendants


Arizona Miscellaneous Publications

Abbott, L. and Cook, T. / GEOLOGY UNDERFOOT IN NORTHERN ARIZONA, Missoula, 2007, pb, 321 pages, - 1 -, $ 18

Anthony, J. W., Williams, S. A., and Bideaux, R. A. / MINERALOGY OF ARIZONA, Tucson, 1977, pb, 255 pages, - 3 -, $ 25

Armstrong, B. M. / MEMORY OF THE MOGOLLON, Scottsdale, 1976, 74 pages, - 3 -, $ 15 [a collection of poetry and photography concerning the Mogollon Rim]

Bailey, L. R. / MINES, CAMPS, RANCHES, AND CHARACTERS OF THE DRAGOON MOUNTAINS, Tucson, 2008, pb, - 1-, $ 23

Bailey, L. R. / BISBEE: QUEEN OF THE COPPER CAMPS, revised and enlarged, 2002, pb, 302 pages, - 1 -, $ 22

Bain, D. / GOLD PANNING IN ARIZONA, Phoenix, 1990, pb, 21 pages, - 1 -, $ 5

Barrs, D. L. and Buchanan, R. C. / THE CANYON REVISITED, A REPHOTOGRAPHY OF THE GRAND CANYON 1923-1991, Salt Lake City, 1994, pb, 168 pages, 43 figs., - 2 -, $ 12

Beus, S. S. and Rawson, R. R., Ed. / CARBONIFEROUS STRATIGRAPHY IN THE GRAND CANYON COUNTRY, NORTHERN ARIZONA AND SOUTHERN NEVADA, 9th International Congress of Carboniferous Stratigraphy and Geology, AGI Selected Guidebook No. 2, Falls Church, 1979, pb, 138 pages, road logs for 7 days with explanations, - 2 -, $ 30

Beus, S. S. / DEVONIAN STRATIGRAPHY AND PALEOGEOGRAPHY ALONG THE WESTERN MOGOLLON RIM, ARIZONA, Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 49, Flagstaff, 1973, 36 pages, 5 plates, 2 tables, - 2 -, $ 15

Beus, S. S. and Morales, M., Ed. / GRAND CANYON GEOLOGY, New York, 1990, pb, 518 pages, - 2 -, $ 25

Beus, S. S. and Morales, M., Ed. / GRAND CANYON GEOLOGY, New York, 1990, pb, 518 pages, - 3 -, $ 15

Beus, S. S., Ed. / ROCKY MOUNTAIN SECTION OF THE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA, Centennial Field Guide Volume 2, Boulder, 1987, cl, 475 pages, - 2 -, $ 75

Bezy, J. V. / A GUIDE TO THE GEOLOGY OF CATALINA STATE PARK AND THE WESTERN SANTA CATALINA MOUNTAINS, AGS Down-to-Earth 12, Phoenix, 2002, pb, 56 pages, - 2 -, $ 6

Bezy, J. V. / A GUIDE TO THE GEOLOGY OF THE FLAGSTAFF AREA, AGS Down-to-Earth 14, Tucson, 2003, pb, 56 pages, - 2 -, $ 6


Bezy, J. V. and Trevena, A. S. / A GUIDE TO THE GEOLOGY OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS AND THE SPRINGVILLE VOLCANIC FIELD, ARIZONA, Tucson, 2003, pb, 56 pages, - 1 -, $ 12

Blair, G. / ROCKHOUNDING ARIZONA, 2nd Edition, Guilford, 1992, pb, 218 pages, - 1 -, $ 18

Breed, W. J. and Roat, E., Ed. / GEOLOGY OF THE GRAND CANYON, 3rd Edition, Flagstaff, 1978, 186 pages, - 3 -, $ 15

Brown, W. H. / TUCSON MOUNTAINS, AN ARIZONA BASIN RANGE TYPE, Bulletin of GSA, Volume 50, pp 697-760, 5 plates, 2 figs., - 3 -, $ 10


Burns, W. N. / TOMBSTONE – AN ILIAD OF THE SOUTHWEST, New York, 1929, cl, 388 pages, - 3 -, $ 28

Canty, J. M. and Greeley, M. N., Ed. / HISTORY OF MINING IN ARIZONA, Volume 1, Tucson, pb, 279 pages, $ 35 [contains 11 chapters covering the early mining history of Arizona and specific coverage of selected mining districts including the Big Bug Lead-Zinc and the Clifton-Morenci Districts]

Canty, J. M. and Greeley, M. N., Ed. / HISTORY OF MINING IN ARIZONA, Volume 2, Tucson, pb, 293 pages, $ 35 [contains 10 chapters covering topics such as Arizona’s silver belt, ethnic diversity in Arizona’s mining camps, Mining camp tokens, mining at Superior and at the Tiger mines; includes 5 short stories]

Canty, J. M., Coggin, H. M., and Greeley, M. N., Ed. / HISTORY OF MINING IN ARIZONA, Volume 3, Tucson, 1999, pb, 293 pages, $ 35 [contains 11 chapters covering topics such as the Copper Ores of Ajo, Patagonia Area Mining Districts, the Old Dominion Mine, Aerial Tramways in Arizona, Roots of the Calumet, and much more]

Canty, J. M., Coggin, H. M., and Greeley, M. N., Ed. / HISTORY OF MINING IN ARIZONA, Volume 3, Tucson, 1999, cl, 293 pages, $ 100 [contains 11 chapters covering topics such as the Copper Ores of Ajo, Patagonia Area Mining Districts, the Old Dominion Mine, Aerial Tramways in Arizona, Roots of the Calumet, and much more]

Carter, L. M. H., Toth, M. I., and Day, W. C. / USGS RESEARCH ON MINERAL RESOURCES - 1994, part a (119 pages) and b (115 pages), two books which contain papers (and a field trip guide) relating to various mineral deposits including historic mining camps in southeastern Arizona, mineralization in the Rincon and Santa Rita Mountains, and the Silver Bell porphyry copper deposit, 1994, - 1 -, $ 20

Chisholm, J. / BREWERY GULCH: Frontier Days of Old Arizona – Last Outpost of the Great Southwest, San Antonio, 1949, cl, 180 pages, -3 -, $ 55 [This is the story of Joe Chisholm and his life in Arizona]

Chronic, H. / ROADSIDE GEOLOGY OF ARIZONA, Missoula, 2013, pb, 321 pages, - 1 -, $ 20

Clements, E. L. / AFTER THE BOOM IN TOMBSTONE AND JEROME, ARIZONA: Decline in Western Resource Towns, Reno, 2003, cl, 389 pages, - 1 -, $ 30

Cogut, T. and Conger, B. / HISTORY OF ARIZONA’S CLIFTON-MORENCI MINING DISTRICT, Volume 1: The Underground Days, 267 pages, and Volume 2: The Era of Mining by Open Pit, Thatcher, 1999, pb, 275 pages, - 1 -, $ 50 for set of two books

Cordy, G. E., et.al. / WATER-QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF THE CENTRAL ARIZONA BASINS, ARIZONA AND NORTHERN MEXICO – ENVIRONMENTAL SETTING AND OVERVIEW OF WATER QUALITY, WRI 98-4097, Tucson, 1988, pb, 72 pages, 21 figs., 12 tables, - 1 -, $ 15

Crutchfield, J. A. / IT HAPPENED IN ARIZONA, Helena, 1994, pb, 128 pages, - 1 -, $ 9

Dickinson, W. R. / TECTONIC SETTING OF FAULTED TERTIARY STRATA ASSOCIATED WITH THE CATALINA CORE COMPLEX IN SOUTHERN ARIZONA, GSA SP 264, Boulder, 1991, pb, 106 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), - 1 -, $ 26

Draut, A. E. , et.al. / SEDIMENTOLOGY AND STRATIGRAPHY OF THE PALISADES, LOWER COMANCHE, AND ARROYO GRANDE AREAS OF THE COLORADO RIVER CORRIDOR, GRAND CANYON, ARIZONA, USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5072, 68 pages, - 1 -, $ 15

Duffield, W. A. / VOLCANOES OF NORTHERN ARIZONA, SLEEPING GIANTS OF THE GRAND CANYON REGION, Grand Canyon Association, Flagstaff, 68 pages, - 2 -, $ 10

Elston, D. D., et.al. / GEOLOGY OF GRAND CANYON, NORTHERN ARIZONA, WITH COLORADO RIVER GUIDES, 28th International Geological Congress, 1989, pb, 239 pages, - 2 -, $ 28

Ferguson, W. M. and Rohn, A. H. / ANASAZI RUINS OF THE SOUTHWEST, in color, Albuqueque, 1987, pb, 296 pages, well illustrated, - 2 -, $ 25

Galbraith, F. W. and Brennan, D. J. / MINERALS OF ARIZONA, 3rd Edition, Revised, Tucson, 1959, pb, 116 pages, - 3 -, $ 20  [Greatr color mineral photographs]

Henson, P. / FOUNDING A WILDERNESS CAPITAL: Prescott, A. T. 1864, Flagstaff, 1965, cl, 261pages, - 3 -, $ 15

Hereford, R. / ENTRENCHMENT AND WIDENING OF THE UPPER SAN PEDRO RIVER, ARIZONA, GSA SP 282, Boulder, 1993, pb, 46 pages, - 3 -, $ 32

Hicks, C. J. / MOLYBDENUM OCCURRENCES IN ARIZONA, Phoenix, 1979, pb, 37 pages, - 3 -, $ 4


Hill, M. L. / CORDILLERAN SECTION OF THE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA, GSA Centennial Field Guide Volume 1, Boulder, 1987, cl, 490 pages, - 2 -, $ 75

Hopkins, E. J. / FINANCING THE FRONTIER: A Fifty Year History of the Valley National Bank, Phoenix, 1950, cl, 272 pages plus index, - 3 -, $ 35

Houston, R. / BISBEE ‘17, Tucson, 1979, pb, 287 pages, - 1 -, $ 17

Ickes, H. L. / BOULDER CANYON PROJECT FINAL REPORTS, PART IV - DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION, BULLETIN 1, Denver, 1941, afb, 301 pages, 164 pages, - 2 -, $ 20

Jackson, E. / THE NATURAL HISTORY STORY OF CHIRICAHUA NATIONAL MONUMENT, Globe, 1970, pb, 76 pages, - 3 -, $ 20

Kalt, W. D., Jr. / AWAKE THE COPPER GHOSTS: The History of the Banner Mining Company and the Treasure of Twin Buttes, 1968, cl, 100 pages, - 3 -, $ 35

Leaming, G. F. and Moores, R. C. II / MINERALS IN THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE FOUR CORNERS REGION, Tucson, 1971, pb, 649 pages, - 3 -, $ 45

Love, F. / MINING CAMPS AND GHOST TOWNS: A History of Mining in Arizona and California Along the Lower Colorado, Tucson, 1974, cl, 192 pages, - 1 -, $ 20

Maffeo, J. H., et.al. / FIRST FAMILIES OF ARIZONA: ORAL HISTORY PROJECT, Volume 1, 1995, pb, 109 pages, - 1 -, $ 10

Mardirosian, C. A. / MINING DISTRICTS AND MINERAL DEPOSITS OF ARIZONA (exclusive of oil, gas, and water), 1 large, folded sheet, map shows 390 mining districts and 152 references, some markings on map, ovg, - 3 -, $ 20

Mardirosian, C. A. / MINING DISTRICTS AND MINERAL DEPOSITS OF ARIZONA (exclusive of oil, gas, and water), 1 large, folded sheet, map shows 390 mining districts and 152 references, - 2 -, $ 25


Martin, D. D. / TOMBSTONE’S EPITAPH, Albuquerque, 1951, cl, 272 pages, - 3 -, $ 20

McKee, E. D. / STRATIGRAPHY AND HISTORY OF THE MOENKOPI FORMATION OF TRIASSIC AGE, GSA M 61, New York, 1954, cl, 133 pages, - 2 -, $ 16; - 3 -, $ 10

Merrill, R. K. and Péwé, T. L. / LATE CENOZOIC GEOLOGY OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS, ARIZONA, Bureau of Geology and Mineral Technology, SP No. 1, Tempe, 1977, pb, 65 pages, 68 figs., 2 appendices, - 3 -, $ 20

Miller, M. and Briscoe, J. / BOOTPRINTS ALONG THE CORDILLERA, PORPHYRY COPPER DEPOSITS FROM ALASKA TO CHILE, TRIP 14: PARAGONIA, RED MOUNTAIN, HARDSHELL, Tucson, 1994, spiral bound, 45 pages, - 1 -, $ 18


Molenaar, C. M., et.al. / Geology and Natural History of the 5th Field Conference, Four Corners Geological Society Guidebook, Powell Centennial River Expedition, 1972, cl, 212 pages, 2 plates (in pocket), - 2 -, $ 40 [Most of the book concerns the Grand Canyon region and includes a section on the Orphan Mine]

Myers, J. M. / TOMBSTONE’S EARLY YEARS, Lincoln, 1995, 260 pages, pb, bibliography, index, - 1 -, $ 12

Nations, J. D., et.al. / GEOLOGY OF CENTRAL AND NORTHERN ARIZONA, FIELD TRIP GUIDEBOOK FOR GSA ROCKY MOUNTAIN SECTION MEETING, Flagstaff, 1986, pb, 176 pages, contains 9 separate field trips, - 3 -, $ 15

Ransome, F. L. / ORE DEPOSITS OF THE SOUTHWEST, Washington, D. C., 1933, pb, 67 pages, IGC 16th Session, Guidebook 14: Excursion C-1, - 3 -, $ 50 [Includes coverage of the Bisbee Mining District, Santa Rita and Hanover, New Mexico and others]


Rickard, F. R. / GENERAL JOHN CAMPBELL GREENWAY, Ajo, 1996, pb, 347 pages, - 3 -, $ 20

Ring, B., Ring, A., and Cahoon, T. P. / FROM SOUTHERN ARIZONA’S ORO BLANCO REGION: RUBY, ARIZONA - MINING, MAYHEM, AND MURDER, Tucson, 2005, pb, 257 pages, - 1 -, $ 20

Rogge, A. E., et.al. / RAISING ARIZONA’S DAMS: Daily Life, Danger, and Discrimination in the Dam Construction Camps of Central Arizona, 1890's – 1940's, Tucson, 1995, cl, 212 pages, - 2 -, $ 40

Schieffelin, E. / DESTINATION TOMBSTONE: Adventures of a Prospector, Mesa, 1996, pb, 134 pages, - 1 -, $ 14

Schwantes, C. A. / BISBEE: Urban Outpost on the Frontier, Tucson, 1992, pb, 145 pages, - 3 -, $ 20

Shelton, R. / GOING BACK TO BISBEE, Tucson, 1992, cl, 329 pages, - 1 -, $ 35

Sherman, J. E. and Sherman, B. H. / GHOST TOWNS OF ARIZONA, Norman, 1969, pb, 208 pages, - 1 -, $ 25

Smith, F. J., Kessell, J. L., and Fox, F. J. / FATHER KINO IN ARIZONA, Phoenix, 1966,cl, 142 pages, one folding map, - 3 -, $ 78 [Book is an Important contribution to the history of the early Spanish missions in Arizona. Includes Smith's translation of Kino's manuscript diary from 1698, which documents the missionary's first attempt to locate the mouth of the Gila River, along with Kessell's archaeological research at the Tumacacori and Guevavi mission sites and Fox's extensive and valuable bibliography]

Stoyanow, A. / LOWER CRETACEOUS STRATIGRAPHY IN SOUTHEASTERN ARIZONA, GSA M 38, New York, 1949, cl, 169 pages, 27 plates, 2 figs., - 5 -, $ 20

Summerhayes, M. / VANISHED ARIZONA: Recollections of the Army Life of a New England Woman, 1st Edition, Scottsdale, 1970, cl, 319 pages plus index, - 2 -, $ 45

Summerhayes, M. / VANISHED ARIZONA: Recollections of the Army Life of a New England Woman, Lincoln, 1979, pb, 307 pages, - 1 -, $ 15

Summerhayes, M. / VANISHED ARIZONA: Recollections of the Army Life of a New England Woman, indexed edition, Glorieta, 1988, pb, 326 pages, - 1 -, $ 20

Titley, S. R. / ADVANCES IN GEOLOGY OF THE PORPHYRY COPPER DEPOSITS, Tucson, 1982, cl, 560 pages, - 2 -, $ 85; another copy, - 3 -, $ 35

Trimble, M. / ARIZONA: A CAVALCADE OF HISTORY, Tucson, 1989, pb, 336 pages, - 1 -, $ 15

Trimble, M. / ROADSIDE HISTORY OF ARIZONA, Missoula, 1986, 482 pages, - 2 -, $ 15

Van Dyke, J. C. / THE GRAND CANYON OF THE COLORADO, Recurrent studies in impressions and appearances with illustrations and photographs, New York, 1927, cl, 218 pages, - 5 -, $ 25

Varney, P. ARIZONA GHOST TOWNS AND MINING CAMPS: A Travel Guide to History, Phoenix, 1994, pb, 136 pages,
- 1 -, $ 30

Walker, H. P. and Bufkin, D. / HISTORICAL ATLAS OF ARIZONA, Norman, 1986, pb, 65 sections, bibliography, index, - 3 -, $ 18

Walker, H. P. and Bufkin, D. / HISTORICAL ATLAS OF ARIZONA, Norman, 1986, pb, 65 sections, bibliography, index, - 1 -, $ 20

Wallace, A., Ed. / SOURCES AND READINGS IN ARIZONA HISTORY: A Checklist of Literature Concerning Arizona’s Past, Tucson, 1965, cl, 181 pages, - 3 -, $ 20

Wallace, A., Ed. / PUMPELLY’S ARIZONA, Tucson, 1965, cl, 141 pages, - 5 -, $ 20 [An excerpt from Across America and Asia by Raphael Pumpelly, Comprising Those Chapters which concern the Southwest]

Williams, J. / FROM THE GROUND UP: Stories of Arizona’s Mines and Early Mineral Discoveries, Phoenix, 1981, pb, 36 pages, - 1 -, $ 10

Winters, S. S. / SUPAI FORMATION (PERMIAN) OF EASTERN ARIZONA, GSA M 89, Baltimore, 1963, cl, 99 pages, - 3 -, $ 20

Winters, S. S. / SUPAI FORMATION (PERMIAN) OF EASTERN ARIZONA, GSA M 89, Baltimore, 1963, cl, 99 pages, - 5 -, $ 15




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