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Fri Mar 21 17:10:54 2014 UTClccn-n920897860.00In the Supreme Court of the State of Arizona, no. 4705 : State of Arizona, Sidney P. Osborn, as Governor of the State of Arizona, Dan E. Garvey, as Secretary of State of the State of Arizona, Jim Brush, as Treasurer of the State of Arizona, Joe Conway, as Attorney General of the State of Arizona, Ana Frohmiller as Auditor of the State of Arizona, and O.C. Williams, as Land Commissioner of the State of Arizona, appellants, vs. W.C. Davenport, appellee : opening brief of appellants /0.691.00Constitution of the State of Arizona : adopted by the Constitutional Convention : held at Phoenix, Arizona from October 10th to December 9th, 1910, amended by initiative petition sec. 6, article IV, pertaining to veto powers relative to initiative or referred measures, Article XXIII, prohibition amendment, Article XXIV, prohibition amendment /31195565Sidney_Preston_Osbornn 920897863235180lccn-n93033133Hunt, George W. P.(George Wylie Paul)1859-1934lccn-n83156945Hayden, Carl Trumbull1877-1972lccn-no2006088779ArizonaState Librarynp-corbett, hiram stevens$1886 1967Corbett, Hiram Stevens1886-1967nc-university of arizona$facultyUniversity of ArizonaFacultylccn-nr96002567ArizonaGovernor (1941-1948 : Osborn)np-cronin, con p$1871 1932Cronin, Con P.1871-1932lccn-n92089693Lovelace, Lelandlccn-n50003946ArizonaOffice of Secretary of Statenc-arizona$governor 1941 sidney p osbornArizonaGovernor, 1941- (Sidney P. Osborn)Osborn, Sidney Preston1884-1948ArizonaPolitical scienceOsborn, Sidney Preston,GovernorsConstitutional law--AmendmentsHunt, George W. P.--(George Wylie Paul),PoliticiansHayden, Carl Trumbull,ConstitutionsKing, Isabella Greenway,World War (1939-1945)Ashurst, Henry Fountain,United StatesLegislatorsConstitutional amendmentsProhibitionCalifornia Cattlemen's AssociationJapanConservative literatureAgricultureAgricultural experiment stationsMunicipal governmentNorth America--Colorado RiverArizona Livestock BoardArizona.--LegislatureUniversity of Arizona.--Agricultural Experiment StationJurisdictionGroundwater--Law and legislationArizona--ChandlerUniversity of ArizonaLawyersMerchantsPennington familyCottonDouglas, Lewis W.--(Lewis Williams),Birth controlCattle tradeArizona Board of RegentsMcGee, W J,Western storiesLand titles--Registration and transferMexicoJapanese AmericansHall, Sharlot Mabridth,PioneersWorld War (1914-1918)Iwo Jima, Battle of (Japan : 1945)Land grantsIndians of North AmericaHearst, William Randolph,188419481914191719411944194819521995271920KFA2801 1910.A3392ocn671677269com19140.92Initiative and referendum publicity pamphlet, state of Arizona a pamphlet containing a copy of all the proposed amendments to the constitution, proposed by initiative petition : referendum ordered by petition of the people and measures proposed by initiative petition, to be submitted to the qualified electors of the state of Arizona for their approval or rejection at the regular general election to be held on the third day of November, 1914, together with the arguments filed, favoring and opposing certain of said measures21ocn426677161book19171.00ArizonaConstitution of the State of Arizona : adopted by the Constitutional Convention : held at Phoenix, Arizona from October 10th to December 9th, 1910, amended by initiative petition sec. 6, article IV, pertaining to veto powers relative to initiative or referred measures, Article XXIII, prohibition amendment, Article XXIV, prohibition amendment11ocn759992364book19411.00Arizona[Message of Governor Sidney P. Osborn], to the Fifteenth Legislature of the State of Arizona, 1941 : Regular Session convened Monday, January 13, 1941 : Regular Session adjourned sine die, Monday, March 17, 194111ocn664609039book1944In the Supreme Court of the State of Arizona, no. 4705 : State of Arizona, Sidney P. Osborn, as Governor of the State of Arizona, Dan E. Garvey, as Secretary of State of the State of Arizona, Jim Brush, as Treasurer of the State of Arizona, Joe Conway, as Attorney General of the State of Arizona, Ana Frohmiller as Auditor of the State of Arizona, and O.C. Williams, as Land Commissioner of the State of Arizona, appellants, vs. W.C. Davenport, appellee : opening brief of appellants11ocn082737733book19411.00ArizonaExecutive order defining the functions and scope of the Civilian defense coordinating council and providing for its plan of organization11ocn082204930book19411.00ArizonaProclamation [of the governor creating the] Civilian defense coordinating council11ocn043289675mixMartin, Andrew PMartin papersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence and business records of Andrew Martin and the Martin Drug Company relating to pharmacy business, political interests, formation of the first National Guard unit in Tucson, and formation of the American Legion organization in Arizona. Correspondents include Sidney P. Osborn, Hi Corbett, Isabella Greenway, Benjamin Moeur, Lewis W. Douglas, Barry Goldwater, Jeremiah Metzger, and George W.P. Hunt. Political correspondence with state officials includes issues such as pharmacy legislation, Indian reservation concerns, letters to and from Carl Hayden about proposed political actions or concerns, and correspondence related to the Democratic Central Committee. There are ledgers and records of the Martin Drug Co. from 1901 to 1954, materials related to the Tucson Merchants Association, 1922 to 1927, and a small amount of papers of George Martin, Sr. and his wife Delfina Redondo11ocn646692948book19950.21Strough, LillianSidney P. Osborn : World War II governor of Arizona, 1941-1948Biography11ocn752623848book1948Boettiger, JohnThe dying governor of Arizona : Sidney P. Osborn faces imminent death, but he wont let that interrupt his work11ocn037520326bookCampbell, John HenryCampbell papersBusiness correspondence, legal documents, and case filesprimarily relating to Campbell's private law practice from 1912 to 1928. The collection also contains personal correspondence, law firm financial statements, and biographical material. Of particular interest are lawsuits relating to a contested gubernatorial election in 1916 between Thomas E. Campbell and George W.P. Hunt, the Baca Float Land Grant, the Casa Grande Valley Water Users Association, the Chamizal land dispute, and material concerning the Otero and Zepeda families. Other cases relate to cattle companies, mining companies and individuals. Also present are client's wills and powers of attorney. Notable correspondents include Henry Ashurt, Thomas Campbell, George Hunt, Sharlot Hall, Sidney P. Osborne, and Hiram S. Corbett11ocn031364151book0.10Lovelace, LelandBackground of an Arizonan : Sidney OsbornHistory11ocn031146880mix1.00McKinney, Daniel CPapersCorrespondence, financial papers, reports, and related materials dealing with activities in the Arizona Cattle Growers' Association, the Arizona Livestock Sanitary Board, various farm credit associations, the livestock interests of the Hearst Enterprises, and the California Cattlemen's Association. Included is political material concerning Osborn's 1940 campaign, and McKinney's own campaign in 194211ocn028416678mix1.00Loveless, J. LeeHistoryLocal historyCorrespondence; scrapbooks (1930) about Loveless's public and civic life; typescript of unpublished novel, Man of the West, written under Mrs. Loveless's pseudonym, Leland Lovelace; subject files and scrapbooks on Chandler history, Ira Hayes, the Pima Indian present at the flag raising after the Battle of Iwo Jima in 1945, and Governor Sidney Osborn; conservative political literature (1960s); and newspaper clippings, brochures, pamphlets, and books, on birth control and sex instruction11ocn058460723book19521.00Fraternal Order of Eagles1952 souvenir program : dedication, Osborn Aerie--2843 : Glendale, Arizona11ocn039502403bookDrachman, MosePolitical filesSourcesRecords and correspondenceDrachman's political file includes correspondence with Isabella Greenway, the McKinley Reception Committee, 1901, and Sidney P. Osborn as Chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee. The materials of Marcus Smith include correspondence to and from Smith about recent elections, statehood, and the Territorial Democratic Central Committee. Smith's correspondent's include O'Brien Moore, Samuel Kingan, George W.P. Hunt, Mose Drachman, Ralph Cameron, and Epes Randolph. Also present are pension and eulogy lists, financial documents, and speeches and resolutions including a speech to the Ancient Order of United Workmen11ocn038150051bookForbes, Robert HumphreyForbes papersArchivesBiographical material, correspondence, observation diaries, notebooks, manuscripts, publications, speeches, legislative bills, resolutions and reports from Forbe's career; especially significant in the areas of agricultural research, politics and the development of the University of Arizona, Colorado River water rights, and his correspondence with key individuals involved in the development of Arizona. Family materials include research on the Indian depredations against the Pennington family. There is also research about the Crabbe expedition, including correspondence with W.J. McGee; correspondence about Tucson and University of Arizona history; and interviews with early Arizona residents including Tom Jeffords, Sam Hughes, and Nabor Pacheco. Agriculture materials include research on cotton, date palms, and more and early operations of the University of Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station and College of Agriculture. Correspondence with George W.P. Hunt, A.E. Vinson, Byron Cummings, and Thomas F. Hunt, while Forbes was in Egypt and Africa, contains information about state and local politics, University of Arizona politics, and agriculture. Also present are correspondence and legislative materials concerning Colorado River water rights, groundwater, and other issues. Legislative correspondents include G.E.P. Smith, Carl Hayden, and Sidney P. Osborn11ocn031485066mix1.00Brinegar, David FGovernor Sidney P. Osborn : the record of a final dramatic illnessOriginal typescript, with holograph footnotes and minor editing, 1954. Follows Osborns last two years in office, 1946-1948. Accompanied by photographs of Osborn and other Arizona politicians, clippings, and related material11ocn031688418mix1.00University of ArizonaUniversity of Arizona Office of the President recordsHistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence and financial papers relating to the administration and management of the university including areas such as building and grounds, military matters, student health, land acquisitions, enrollment statistics, student publications, fraternities and sororities, scholarships and awards, WPA Federal Works Agency proposed projects, and other issues. Also includes material concerning World War II including Naval Training School, 1941-1946, the selective service system, and internment of Japanese Americans. Correspondents include U.S. Senators Henry F. Ashurst and Carl Hayden, and U.S. Representative John R. Murdock, Governors R.C. Stanford, Robert T. Jones, and Sidney P. Osborn, and various members of the Board of Regents, faculty and students01ocn182539959mixOsborn, Sidney PrestonSidney P. Osborn Photograph CollectionPhotographsIncludes approximately 100 images. All photographs are originals. Many of the photographs are damaged and in poor condition. The photographs are arranged by subject and chronologically withinFri Mar 21 16:03:23 EDT 2014batch16723