Throwback Thursday: September 1945

From the issue: "On the front cover is a picture of M W Larry Domino the 29th, top Hereford herd sire of the 1945 Tucson Livestock Show, sold for $10,000 to the Sears-Roebuck Foundation and presented to the University of Arizona last fall." The name of the girl is not included, nor is the name of the photographer.

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Throwback Thursday: September 1929

From the issue: "Bridal Veil Falls on the Little Colorado River below Cameron. It is one of Arizona's beauty spots seldom visited, and it ranks with the scenic spots of Yosemite National Park." (This actually appears to be Havasu Falls on Havasu Creek, not the Little Colorado River. Havasu Falls was known as Bridal Veil Falls before a 1910 flood changed its appearance.)

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Throwback Thursday: Arizona Highways, August 1964

From the issue: "'Broad-Tailed Hummingbird' by Bill Ratcliffe. Portrayed here is the broad-tailed hummingbird (Selasphorus platycercus). Typical of the nests of many hummingbirds, this nest was placed on a branch over a mountain stream, about eight feet above the water. The nest measured just less than 1 1/2 inches in diameter."

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