ARIZONA UNIVERSITY.
Lot 1270¤
ARIZONA UNIVERSITY.
Sold for US$ 976 inc. premium
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ARIZONA UNIVERSITY.
Album containing approximately 200 gelatin silver prints, 160 x 100 mm or smaller, mostly captioned below, c.1905-1915, period leather, rubbed.

Compiled by a student at Arizona University, this album depicts pre-war college high jinx, including: cross-dressing male students with banner "Not Sufferegettes [sic] But Seniors;" Thanksgiving football game against University of New Mexico; the football team en route to El Paso; a trip to Sabino Canyon; a livestock judging class; bizarre amateur dramatics; "My room in South Hall"; Order of Elks Convention at Tucson with floats and decorated motor cars; UA cadets marching and camping; Flagstaff in 1916; car maintenance; "S&A movie set at Prescott 1914"; and cavalry exercises in Jacksonville, Florida. Some of the album leaves are decorated with drawings of Arizona University mascots.
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