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Charles Bowden

A Guide to the Charles Bowden Papers 1947 – 2007 [Bulk dates, 1970-2007] Collection 112

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Bowden, Charles
Title: The Charles Bowden Papers
Dates: 1947-2007 [Bulk dates, 1970-2007]
Abstract: The papers of literary journalist, Charles Bowden, documents his prolific career covering topics ranging from nature to the turbulent U.S./Mexican border. The collection is arranged into the following series: Education, Newspaper Writing, Magazine & Freelance Writing, Published Books, Published Essays, Speaking Engagements, Research, Correspondence, Proposals, Photographs, Computer Media, Other Writers, Financial Records.
Identification:  Collection 112
Extent: 100 boxes (50 linear feet)
Language:  English
Repository: The Wittliff Collections, Texas State University

Biographical Sketch

Charles "Chuck" Bowden (1945-2014), literary journalist, was born outside of Chicago, and was raised in Tucson, Arizona, where he lived until 2009. The author of over twenty books; contributing editor for GQ, Exquire, and Mother Jones; and contributor for Harper's Magazine, The New York Times Book Review, Aperture, and many other newspapers and magazines, including regional, national, and international publications; Bowden wrote and published widely and extensively on topics related to social justice and border issues, including the environment, drug crime, and violence on the border.  He is perhaps best known for "While You Were Sleeping," Harper's Magazine, Dec. 1996, which broke the story of violent deaths of women in the border town of Juarez, Mexico in the U.S./ English speaking press.

After earning a Master's degree in American Intellectual History and completing doctoral work at the University of Wisconsin--Madison, Bowden returned to Tucson. In 1981, he landed a job as a reporter at the Tucson Citizen, where he reported on sex crimes and violence--jobs others refused to take. Bowden and his friend Dick Vonier founded and edited a weekly magazine, City Magazine, from 1986-1989, which covered local issues from a progressive point of view.

An avid hiker and outdoorsman--who claimed he applied for his first reporting job at the Tuscon Citizen in order to make money for a touring bicycle--Bowden also wrote extensively about the environment and championed causes such as the Sonoran Desert Park Project. Both Frog Mountain Blues (1987) and Blue Desert (1986), as well as and several photography books for which he wrote essays, including The Sonoran Desert (1992) and the Secret Forest (1993) came out of this connection with the land of the Southwest.

After "While You Were Sleeping," Bowden collaborated with street photographers who were covering crime scenes for daily Cuidad Juárez, Mexico papers for Juárez: Laboratory of Our Future (1998). During this time he made friends and contacts that helped him write on drugs and violence on the US/Mexico border for the next eighteen years, including Down by the River (2004), Some of the Dead are Still Breathing: Living in the Future (2009), Dreamland: the Way out of Juárez (2010), Murder City: Ciudad Juárez and the Global Economy's New Killing Fields (2010), El Sicario: The Autobiography of a Mexican Assassin (2011), as well as numerous magazine articles.

Charles Bowden passed away August 30, 2014 in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

Awards

1984    Pulitzer finalist for Feature Writing for the Tucson Citizen

1996    Hillman Prize from the Sidney Hillman Foundation for "While You Sleeping."

1996    Lannan Literary Award for Nonfiction

2001    Lannan Residency Program

2006    International Regional Magazine Association (IRMA) Essay Award of Merit for "Lessons from Camp," Arizona Highways

2006    Border Regional Library Association Southwest Book Award for Inferno

2010    Border Regional Library Association Southwest Book Award for Dreamland: The Way Out of Juárez

2010    United States Artists Rockefeller Fellow in Literature

2011    Pen Center USA's First Amendment Award

Collection Overview

The papers of literary journalist, Charles Bowden, document his prolific career covering topics ranging from nature to the turbulent U.S./Mexican border. The collection measures 50 linear feet, and is arranged into the following thirteen series: 1) Education, 2) Newspaper Writing, 3) Magazine & Freelance Writing, 4) Published Books, 5) Published Essays, 6) Speaking Engagements, 7) Research, 8) Correspondence, 9) Proposals, 10) Photographs, 11) Computer Media, 12) Other Writers, 13) Financial.

Contents:

Boxes      Series Title                                                                                                                       

1-2           Education
3-5           Newspaper Writing
6-25         Magazine & Freelance Writing
26-88       Published Books
89-90       Published Essays
90-91       Speaking Engagements
92-94       Research
95-96       Correspondence
96            Proposals
97-98      Photographs
98            Computer Media
99            Other Writers
99            Financial
100          Oversized Items

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: Open for Research.

Preferred Citation: The Charles Bowden Papers, The Wittliff Collections, Texas State University

Note to Researchers: Folder list inventory to Accession 2015-080 is posted below this finding aid, or click here for the folder list in pdf format.

Acquisition Information: Purchased in 2010 (Accession number 2010-089), additional accession in 2015 (Accession number 2015-080).

Processing Information: Processed by Lauren Goodley and Joel Minor, 2014, accession by Tabitha Henderson


Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I: Personal Papers, 1958-2007     

Box     Folder   

1          1-2       Clippings, 1977-2006, business cards

1          3          Mansfield Junior High School Yearbook, 1958

1          4          Berdina "Bo" Bowden, 1991, 2007 (clipping on child abuse and award)

1          5          Audio materials

                              Beermann Seminar, 9/21/1968 (reel to reel)

                              Milton 10/19/1972 (audiocassette)

1          6          Video materials

                              Jesse! April 1988, Don Greene/Chuck Bowden (VHS)                                      

                              C. Bowden – Garden, Sept. 1997 (Video8 videocassette)

                              Bowman – Beermann Aunt Bo Reunion, Oct. 2000 (VHS)

                 Education

                       University of Arizona (Undergraduate study)

1          7          Classwork, 1965-1967 (essays from University of Arizona)

1          8          Award and scholarship, 1966-1967, (clipping, certificate, correspondence, grade report)                                                

 

                       University of Wisconsin – Madison (Masters Study)

2          1          Essay, 1960's

2          2          “Mississippi Summer Projects Running Summary of Incidents,” 1964 (research)

2          3          Mississippi Field Reports, April – June 1969 (reports and 8 x 10 photograph)

2          4          Graduate-school era publications, 1963-1969  (materials collected by Bowden)

 

                       University of Wisconsin – Madison (Doctoral Study)

2          5          Dissertation research, circa 1968-1970

2          6          Correspondence in re research, 1970-1971

2          7          Corrected “Broke Bodies” typescript photocopy, 1971

3          1          “Broke Bodies” typescript photocopy, circa 1971

3          2          Corrected “Ashfield Skyline,” circa 1971 (typescripts, typescript photocopy)

3          3          Correspondence in re dissertation acceptance, 1972-1974

 

Series II: Writings – Newspapers, 1973-2004

Folders are grouped by publication and arranged chronologically. Many folders contain only the printed published article. The bulk of materials can be found in the Tucson Citizen, though these consist mainly of published articles.

Box     Folder

                       Arizona Daily Star

3          4          Articles and correspondence, 1973-1989 (published articles, 1 personal letter to Bowden)                              

3          5          "An Arizonan who came out of the ground returns to it," [Chris Clarke obituary], 1998,

                        (correspondence, research, drafts, published article), “Do We Need El Con [Mall]," 2000, 

                         (published article) "No More Fear: Vote as if it matters," 2004 (published article)

 

                       Tucson Citizen

3          6          Letters to the editor, 1984 (correspondence, research, published article)

3          7          Correspondence, 1983-1984

3          8          Awards (RFK Journalist, Pulitzer Prize, and local), 1981-1984 (correspondence,

                        research, certificates)

4          1          Gannett Foundation Awards, 1983-1984 (correspondence, clippings, certificate,

                        publications, speech)

4          2-6       Articles, 1981-1984 (published articles and photocopies)

5          1-2       Articles, 2003, undated (published articles and photocopies)

5          3          Special feature report, "Using Our Children for Sex," 1983 (published article)

 

                       USA Today

5          4          Correspondence, 1984-1990, (correspondence, letters to the editor)

5          5          Editorials, 1984-1990 (published articles and photocopies)

5          6          "Watching Death Become a Reality," Oct. 6, 1986 (correspondence, published article, 

                       1988 reprint)

         

                        San Francisco Examiner

5          7          After the Gold Rush Series: "Land of Lost Souls," "Dreams to Dust," "Sunbelt on Last

                        Legs," Aug. 10-12, 1987 (published articles)                        

 

                        Arizona Republic           

5          8          “Death of the Sea of Cortez,” Nov. 26, 1995 (notes, published article)

5          9          "On the timeless impulse to scar Arizona," 2001 (correspondence, published article)

                              

Series II: Writings – Newspapers, continued

Box     Folder

                        New Times

5          10        Don Arturo article "The Narc and the Smuggler in the Land of Plenty," 1998  (draft, proof,

                       published article)

 

                       Connection

5          11        Essays, 1998-2004 (drafts, published articles; includes published article re Chris Clarke)                                                  

 

                       Tucson Weekly

5          12        Tribute to Alan Harrington, 1997; NAFTA Book review, 2000 (published articles)                                                            

 

                       High Country News

5          13        Reprint of "The importance of being nowhere," 2001 (correspondence, published article)

                              

                        Metrotimes

5          14        "Reflections on 9/11: Over the border," 2002 (notes, draft, published article)

6          1          Articles, 1982-1995 (published articles and photocopies)

6          2          Editorials, circa 1970s-1980s (fragments, printouts, drafts)

 

Series III: Writings – Magazines and Freelance

Folders are grouped by publication and arranged chronologically. Folders vary widely in content and extent. Some folders contain only the published article, while others include correspondence, notes, research, drafts, and proofs, to varying degrees. The bulk of materials can be found in the Arizona Highways (mainly published articles), City Magazine, Harper's, GQ, and Esquire. Also of note, Bowden co-founded City Magazine and generally had a feature article in each issue.

Box     Folder

                       Outside, 1977 

6          3          "Killing the Hidden Waters," Dec. 1977 (published article)

 

                        Tracking the 21st Century-Tucson Public Library, 1983-1984

6          4          "Walk," "Power," "New Tools of the Tucson Basin," 1983-1984 (published articles)                                                          

 

                        Bicycling, 1982

6          5          "Triple Threat: Relax! Here are 300 Miles You'll Be Glad You Missed," 1982 (published article)               

                              

                       Coyote, 1982-1983

6          6          "Power," "New Tools of the Tucson Basin", 1982-1983 (published articles)

 

                        Arizona Highways, 1983-2007

6          7          Correspondence and business agreements, 1982-1984, 1989-1990

6          8-9       Articles, 1983-1991 (notes, published articles)

7          1-2       Articles, 2003-2007 (correspondence, notes, drafts, proofs, published articles, reprint, IRMA

                       award)                                                                        

 

                      The Texas Humanist, 1984

7          3         “A Desert Tale: Cherishing the Hidden Waters,” July/Aug. 1984  (published article)

 

                      Arizona Inc., 1985-1986

7          4         “Power in Arizona,” Fall/Winter 1985-1986 (published article)

 

                       City Magazine, 1985-1989

7          5          Photographs, 1986-1988 (3 8x10 prints, one photocopy, 1 16x20 print removed to

                       Oversized Box 105 / Folder 1)

7          6-7       Research notebooks, circa mid-1980s (8 notebooks)

7          8          Business correspondence, 1988-1989

7          9          General, 1985-1989, (research, memorial for Glenton Sykes and Richard Vonier, speech draft) 

7          10        Budgets, 1988-1989

                        Issues and marketing covers

8 (OS)                   Marketing cover, undated

8 (OS)                   Prototype, Winter 1986

8 (OS)                   Issues: Nov/Dec 1986; Jan 1987; Feb 1987; March 1987; April 1987;   May

                                    1987; June 1987; July 1987; August 1987; Sept 1987; Oct 1987; Nov

                                    1987; Dec. 1987

9 (OS)                   Issues: Jan 1988; Feb 1988; March 1988; April 1988; May 1988; June 1988;  

                                     July 1988; Aug 1988; Sept 1988; Nov 1988; Dec 1988; Jan 1989; Feb

                                     1989; March 1989

 

                       People Weekly, 1986

10        1          “In His Own Words: America’s H2O Binge,” June 16, 1986 (correspondence, published article)

 

                       Los Angeles Times Magazine, 1986

10        2         “Blazing Trails,” Aug. 10, 1986 (published article)

 

                       Defenders, 1986

10        3          “Miracle on the San Pedro,” Sept./Oct. 1986 (published article)

 

                       Buzzworm, 1989-1992

10        4          "Love Among the Lion Killers," "Dave Forman, "Turtle Made the World," 1989-

                              1990 (correspondence, notes, published articles)

10        5          "At Sea With the Shepard," "Reinventing the West," "Children of the Sun," 1991-

                              1992 (published articles)

 

                        Phoenix Magazine, 1989-1993

10        6          "Red Line" (excerpted from Red Line), "Pacific Ram" (Sea Shepherd voyage), "La Virgin

                        and the Drug Lord," "Will the Wolf Dance in Arizona Again?" "Charles Keating and the

                         Missing Billions," 1989-1993 (correspondence, draft, published articles)

                              

                        Smart, 1990

10        7          “The Nowhere Man,” [Keating], Mar./Apr. 1990 (published article)

 

                        Details, 1990-1991

10        8          “High Seas Avenger,” [Sea Shepherd voyage, photographs by Marc Gaede], 1990-1991   

                       (correspondence, 5 5x7 photographs, published article)

 

                        Wildlife Conservation, 1992

11        1          “Lonesome Lobo,” Jan./Feb. 1992 (notes, published article)

 

                        Bellona Magasin (Norwegian), 1991-1992

11        2          “Sea Shepherd,” Nov. 1992, (correspondence, financial material, published article)

                              

                        Penthouse, 1993

11        3          “Charlie Keating’s Wild and Crazy World,” July 1993 (published article)

 

                        Geo Special (German), 1993-1994; 1998

11        4          “Argentinien,” Jun. 1994, “Basque story,” “Smoke juniper story” (notes)

11        5          “Saguaros,” Dec. 1998 (draft, published article)

 

                       Nature Conservatory, 1994

11        6          “Desert Dreams,” [El Pinacate] Sep./Oct. 1994 (correspondence, published article)

                              

                        Merian (German), 1995

11        7          “Im Spinnennetz der Schönheit,” ["In the Spiderweb of Beauty"] Aug. 1995

                       (published article)

 

                        Harper’s­, 1995-2002; 2007

11        8          “Laughter, Gunfire and Forgetting: An elusive tale of the Mexican drug war,” Sept. 1995

            (notes, more than 40 photographs and snapshots, published article)           

12        1          “While You Were Sleeping,” Dec. 1996, (correspondence, notes, research, photographic

                        printouts, drafts, published article, reviews) [includes two articles by Debbie Nathan

                        critiquing Harper's and Bowden's article, and  "Cuidad Juárez: los asesinatos" in Proceso

                        Aug. 22, 1999], 1995-1999

12        2          “Torch Song,” Aug. 1998 (correspondence, drafts, proofs, published article) 1998, 2007                                                

12        3          “Ike and Lyndon: portrait of the artist and the president,” Mar. 2000 (correspondence, notes,

                        drafts, proofs, published article)

13        1          “Teachings of Don Fernando,” Jun. 2002 (correspondence, drafts, edited proofs, published

                       article)                                              

 

                       La Onda (Spanish), 1996

13        2         “La Muerte del Mar de Cortés,” Apr. 1996 (published article)

 

                       GQ, 1996-1998; 2001-2006

13        4          “Honest to a Fault” [Mike Manning], Nov. 1996 (notes, draft, published article)

13        5          “The Killer Across the River” [Amado Carrillo], Apr. 1997 (notes, research, drafts,

                       published article, reprints) 1996-1998

14        1          "The Killer Across the River," continued

14        2          “Crapshoot Nation,” Apr. 1998 (notes, drafts, published article)

14        3          “Our Man in Mexico,” [Sal Martinez] June 2001 (drafts, proof, published article)

14        4          “How to Deal With Pain" May 2002 (correspondence, published article)

15        1          “Caught in the Dream of Enron,” June 2002 (proof, published article)

15        2          “I Was Lying” [John McCain], Nov. 2002 (correspondence, drafts, proof, published article)                                                              

15        3          “Bombs Over Paradise,” [Bali] Feb. 2003 (research, proof, published article, speaking

                        engagement), 2002-2003

15        4          “Lord of the Drug Ring” [Guillermo Calderoni, 2003-2004 Best American Crime Writing

                       reprint], Nov. 2003 (correspondence, drafts, proofs, published article)

16        1          “General Electric,” [Wesley Clark] Dec. 2003 (correspondence, draft, proofs, published article)                              

16        2          Obsession for GQ, 9/03, (fragment)

16        3          "Best Filling Station in the World: Manka's Inverness Lodge" [restaurant review], Feb. 2004

                        (published article)

16        4          “Coming to My Senses,” Oct. 2004 (correspondence, notes, research, proofs, published

                       article) 1997-1998, 2004

16        5          “Reading List for the President,” Nov. 2004 (correspondence, draft, published article)                                                      

16        6          “Renegade: Wino,” Dec. 2004 (correspondence, drafts, proof, published article)

17        1          “Looting and Profiteering in Louisiana,” Nov. 2005 (notes, draft, article)

17        2          “The Architect of Taste,” May 2006 (draft, published article, reprint)

 

                        Esquire, 1997-1998

17        3          “Chuy Carrillo is Dead and Living Somewhere Far, Far Away,” Oct. 1997 (correspondence,

                        notes, research, photograph, drafts, published article), 1996-1998                                                

17        4          “Bad Luck on an Otherwise Fine Night," Mar. 1998 [heroin in Plano, Texas] (notes,

                        research, draft, published article) 1997-1998

18        1          "Bad Luck on an Otherwise Fine Night," continued

18        2          “We are Hit” [6th Floor Museum], April 1998 (published article)

18        3-4       “The Pariah” [Gary Webb/CIA], Sep. 1998 (correspondence, notes, research, photograph,

                       drafts, proof, published article) 1992-2004

19        1          “America: Houston and Ramiro” [Charles Whitman], Feb. 1999 (research, drafts, proof,

                        published article)

19        2          “The Frozen Sea” [Columbine Massacre / Littleton, Colorado], July 1999 (published article)                                                              

19        3          “Being Max Cleland,” Aug. 1999 (correspondence, notes, photograph, drafts, proofs,

                       published article) 1999, 2003                  

19        4          "Leave Something Behind" [Sonoran Desert Park Project], Dec. 1999 (correspondence,

                       research, drafts, published article, reprint) 1999-2000

19        5          “Climbing Finger Rock” [by Jim Boyer, edited by Bowden], April 2000 (correspondence,

                        research, draft, proof, published article), 1999-2000  

20        1          “The Bone Garden of Desire,” Aug. 2000 (correspondence, drafts, published article)                                                        

 

                        Tucson Monthly, 1997

20        2          “The King Without a Face,” Nov. 1997 (photocopy of published article, Arizona

                        Press Club award)

 

                        Aperture, 1998-2003

20        3          “Blind in the Sun,” Winter 1998 (correspondence, published article)

20        4          “Camera of Dirt: Juárez photographer takes forbidden images in foreign-owned factories,”

                       [photographs by Julián Cardona] Spring 2000 (printouts of photographs, draft, published

                       article, reprint in The Bridge Review 2001)

20        5          “Blue Mist,” [capital punishment] Summer 2000 (correspondence, draft, proof, published article)                                                     

20        6          “The Other Life of Photographs,” Spring 2002 (draft, proof, published article)

20        7          “Come and Get It: Last Meals and the People who Eat Them,” [photographs by

                       Celia A. Shapiro] Fall 2003 (draft, published article)

20        8          “Roger Ballen’s World,” Winter 2003 (correspondence from Ballen, draft, published article)

 

                        Talk, 1999-2000

21        1-2       “I Wanna Dance with the Strawberry Girl,” [Juárez, photos by Julian Cardona] Sept. 1999

                       correspondence, notes, research, drafts, proofs, published article), 1999-2000                                                            

             

                       Teamster, 1999, 2006

21        3          “The NAFTA Trucker: Crossing the Line,” Oct. 1999 (correspondence, notes, research,

                        drafts, published article, "Hazards of strike join cash flow, fatigue as problems for

                        truckers" in Tucson Citizen Feb. 3, 1983)

21        4          “The NAFTA Trucker: Holding the Line,” Aug. 2006 [photos by Julian Cardona]  (draft,

                        published article)

 

                        Mountain Gazette, 2001-2006

21        5          “Flat Mountain,” March 2001 (draft, published article)

22        1          “The Late, Great Mexican Revolution,” Sept. 2001 (published article)

22        2          “Craps,” Jan. 2004 (correspondence, 2 snapshot photographs, published article)

22        3          “The Hunger of the Ticking Watch in the Empty Room,” June 2005 (draft, published article)                               

22        4          “Night Flight,” July 2006 (draft, published article)

 

                       Wildflower, 2001

22        5          “Leave Something Behind,” Winter 2001[reprint from Esquire Dec. 1999, Sonoran Desert

                        National Park] (published article)

           

                       Orion, 2002, 2006

22        6          “Love,” Spring 2002 [on meeting Julian Cardona], (correspondence, published article);

                        Review of Dry Borders, Sept/Oct 2006 (published article

 

                      Mother Jones, 2003-2006

22        7          “Outback Nightmares & Refugee Dreams,” Mar./Apr. 2003 (correspondence, draft,

                        proof, published article, review)

22        8          “Keeper of the Fire,” July 2003 (correspondence, drafts, proof, published article) 2003, 2006                              

22        9          “Little Big Man,” [Dennis Kucinich] Nov./Dec. 2003 (drafts, proof, published article,

                       campaign buttons)

22        10        “Born Into Cellblocks,” [Nuevo Laredo] May/Jun. 2006 (published article)

23        1          “Exodus: Coyotes, pollos, and the promised van,” [photographs by Julian Cardona]

                       Sep./Oct. 2006 (correspondence, drafts, proofs, published article)

 

                       The Land Report, 2003

23        2         “Importance of Being Nowhere,” Spring 2003 [reprint from the Arivaca Connection] 

                      (correspondence, published article)

 

                        Wild Earth Journal, 2003

 23       3-4       “Snaketime,” Summer/Fall 2003 (correspondence, notes, research, printout photograph of

                        Bowden at 'snake site' 2000, draft, proof, article, reprint in German Natur und Kultur

                         2004) 1989-2004

 

                       High Desert Journal, 2007

23        5          “Under a Dry Moon,” Spring 2007 [photographs by Michael P. Berman, Arizona and

                        Sonora] (published article)

 

                      National Geographic, 2007

23        6          “Our Walls, Ourselves,” [photographs by Diane Cook and Len Jenshel] May 2007 (draft,

                        proof, published article)

 

                       Unpublished articles, 1980-1997; 2001, 2006

24        1          Global mining, 1980-1997, undated (research)

24        2          “Love Story,” [Mrs. Hiewett in prison], 2001 (interview notes)

24        3          Cesar Chavez, 2006 (notes from Venezuela with Julian Cardona)

24        4          Col. James Hiett and wife, undated (notes)

 

                       Article research, 1990-1999

24        5-6       Sea Shepherd 1990-1999 (correspondence, slides, photographs, research, reprint)                              

24        7          Sea World / Sea Shepherd, 1992-1999 (research)      

24        8          Godfrey Sykes [Colorado River] 1903-1916, 1984-1989 (correspondence, research)                                                           

25        1-4       Michael Poland execution [used for “Blue Mist” and in Blues for Cannibals] 1998-1999 

                       (correspondence, notes, early draft printout)

 

Series IV: Writings – Published Books

Materials are organized by the work and arranged chronologically. Contents and size of materialsf or each book vary widely. The largest series, Trust Me and Down By the River, contain large amounts of research files. Street Signs Chicago contains correspondence between Bowden and the Houlberg-Kreinberg family.

Box     Folder

                       Killing the Hidden Waters (1977)

26        1          Impact of Energy Development in Arid Lands, 1975

26        2          Research and notes, undated

26        3          Bibliographic notation, undated

26        4          Corrected typescript fragments, undated

26        5          Corrected “The People Who Have Gone” typescript and “The People Who Will Come”

                       typescript photocopy, undated

27        1          University of Texas Press correspondence, 1976-1977

27        2          Correspondence, 1974-1978, undated

27        3          Corrected “Pump” preface typescript, undated

27        4          Page proofs, circa 1977

27        5          Marketing, 1977-1978

27        6          Reviews, 1977-1988

28        1          “The Morning After: Some Serious Thoughts On Drinking” speech, circa 1991

28        2          Reprint materials, 2003-2006 (financial materials, "Afterward" draft, proofs, book

                        covers, reviews)

28        3          General materials, ("What is Water Worth," published article, 1976; "New Tools of the

                        Tucson Basin," published article, 1983; Arid Lands Newsletter, January 1984; Algondones

                        Dunes Traveling Exhibit card photocopy)

 

                        Street Signs Chicago: neighborhood and other illusions of big city life (1981)

28        4          Research, 1977-1978, undated

28        5          Correspondence, 1978-1980, undated (Bill Williams [includes photographs], Barbara

                        Houlberg-Kreinberg and Lew Kreinberg, and rejections)

28        6          Corrected “Get Home Before Dark” typescript photocopy, 1979

28        7          Reviews, 1981-1982, undated

 

                       Blue Desert (1986)

28        8           Research, correspondence, artwork, book negatives, 1986-1988, undated

28        9           Draft printout, incomplete, undated

28        10         Draft printout, complete, undated

29        1           Corrected printout photocopy, undated

29        2          Reviews and articles, 1986-1988, undated

29        3          "The 1992 Edward Abbey Western Wilderness Calendar," 1992

 

                       Frog Mountain Blues (1987)

29        4          Correspondence, 1984-1988, undated

29        5          Notebooks, undated

29        6          Photographs, 1986-1987 (13 8x10 b&w prints by Jack Dykinga) 

                       Drafts, 1984, undated

29        7                “Buster’s Mountain” printout, 1984

29        8                Corrected “Mountain by the City,” printout, undated

29        9                Corrected “Santa Catalina” printout photocopy, undated

30        1                Printout, undated

30        2                Printout photocopy, undated

30        3          Reviews, 1987-2003 (includes interview and clipping on Mt. Lemmon fire)

30        4          Promotional button, undated

30        5          Afterword reprint, 1994

 

                       Mescal (1988)

30        6          Outline, undated, (3 napkins)

30        7          Correspondence and financial materials, 1987-1988

                        Drafts, 1987, undated

30        8                Corrected printout, 191 pages, with fragment, undated

30        9                Corrected printout, 234 pages, undated

31        1                Bound printout, 161 pages, 1987

31        2                Corrected and annotated bound draft, 187 pages, with letter, 1987

31        3                Bound printout, 179 pages, ca 1987

31        4          Marketing, 1988

31        5          Reviews, 1988-1989

 

                       Red Line (1989)

31        6          Notebooks, undated

31        7          Correspondence, 1988-1991, undated

                       Drafts, 1988

31        8                Corrected bound printout, 116 pages, undated

32        1                Bound printout, 206 pages, 1988

32        2                Corrected bound printout, 221 pages, 1988

32        3                Corrected printout, 225 pages, 1988

32        4                Corrected printout with notes, 225 pages, 1988

33        1          Marketing, dust cover, headshot (5x7 b&w photographic print) 1989-1992, undated

33        2          Reviews and articles, 1989-1990

33        3          Royalty statements, 1989-1992

 

                      Desierto: Memories of the Future (1991)

33        4-5       Notebooks, undated

33        6          Photographs, 1991 (4 color slides of painting used for book cover, 1 b&w 5x7

                       print of Bowden, 2 color snapshots of 3 women and Merv Larson in Mexico)

33        7          Business correspondence, 1989-1992, undated

                       Drafts, 1990

33        8                Corrected bound draft, 115 pages, undated

33        9                Corrected draft, 212 pages, 1990

                        Post-publication

34        1                Reader correspondence, 1991

34        2                Marketing, 1992, undated

34        3                Reviews and articles, 1991-1992, undated

34        4                Royalty statements, 1991-1994

 

                      The Sonoran Desert (1992)

34        5          Correspondence, notebook, financial statement, 1988-1994

 

                       Expansions (1992)

34        6          Correspondence and notebook, 1990, undated

 

                       The Secret Forest (1993)

34        7          Notebooks, undated

34        8          Photographs, 1992, 2001 (various prints by Dykinga, 2 color 8.5 x 11 color printouts

                       at Álamos by Jim Breighaupt)

                       Drafts, undated

34        9                Two printouts (one corrected, one bound), 105 pages, undated

34        10              Corrected printout photocopy and introduction, 105 pages and 34 pages, undated

34        11              Printout, 97 pages, undated

34        12        Reviews, articles, marketing, 1993-1994

 

                       Trust Me: Charles Keating and the Missing Billions (1993)

Box     Folder

                        Research

35        1                3 Audiocassettes, ca 1990: "Tape 1 Charlie," "Brenda I," "Brenda II"

35        2-3             U.S. House Hearings, 1989

35        4                Magazines, 1990-1992

                        Subject files, circa 1980-1992 (Folder titles are Bowden's when possible. Some folders

                        include writings and drafts.)

36        1                Nexus, 1970-1991

36        2                Carl Lindner/Nexus, 1977-1990

36        3                Goldsmith, 1984-1992

36        4                Charlie: Letter to Krista, 1991

36        5                Keith Dickson [interview], undated

36        6                [untitled/meeting transcript], 1989

36        7                Keating log, 1983

36        8                Keating Log, 1984

36        9                Phoenix clippings, 1989-1991

36        10              Cincinnati clippings, (includes draft)

36        11              Bill Black, undated (drafts)

36        12              7/31/86 [Sauter]

36        13              Keating Clippings late 80s -90s, 1987-1991

36        14              Larry Flynt, 1983

36        15              Keating log, 1989

36        16              Keating log, 1986

36        17              Keating logs short version, 1983-1989

36        18              William Crawford / Ball, undated (interviews)

36        19              John Boyce,1990 [interview, notes/writing]

36        20              Miscellaneous, 1973, 1987-1990

36        21              Judy Wischer and Charlie Keating speeches, Jan. 1989                  

37        1                Sauter notes, circa 1989

37        2                Chuck agenda/Keating log, Nov. 11 1989

37        3                Interview notes: Phoenician Construction Workers/Engineers, Jim Parker,

                              Stan the barber, circa 1990

37        4                Jim Grogan interviews, undated

37        5                Conley Wolfswinkel clippings, 1987-1991

37        6                Keating log, 1985

37        7                Keating security report et al, 1991

37        8                Keating log, 1988

37        9                Keating log, 1989

37        10              Chip Wischer interviews, undated

38        1                More Nexus, 1987-1992

38        2                Keating log, 1986

38        3                Keating log, 1987               

38        4                [NCFIRRE interview with Charles Keating], 1993

38        5                "Cult of Keating," ca 1990

38        6                Jerry Kramer interview [with Keating], ca 1990

38        7                Stan the barber [interview], ca 1990

38        8                Gerald Murphy/contractor, ca 1990 

38        9                Magazines: S&Ls, 1990

38        10              [Interviews with Keating and employees], ca 1990

38        11              [ACC/LSL Lincoln Savings and Loan Timeline], 1983-1989

38        12              E.C. Garcia, 1984-1986

38        13              Carl Lindner and John McMillin PACS 80s, 1987-1992

38        14              [Article database search results for Dennis Deconcini], 1993

38        15              [Various], 1979-1991

38        16              [Wire reports], 1990-1992

38        17              Chip Wischer, 1995

38        18              Chip Wischer, 1992 (5 audiocassettes)

39        1-13     Newspapers–Keating, 1970, 1981-1992 (Oversize)

Box     Folder

                       Court Transcripts

40        1-3             Keating Jr. and Keating III, 1992 (Dennis Deconcini)

40        4                Lincoln Savings & Loan, 1990              

41        1-2             Lincoln Savings & Loan, 1990               

                       Research–general

41        3-4             Clippings/articles, notes, financial materials, legal materials, circa 1980-1992        

42        1-5             Clippings/articles, notes, financial materials, legal materials, circa 1980-1992

43        1                Clippings/articles, notes, financial materials, legal materials, circa 1980-1992

43        2-3       Notebooks, circa late 1980s-1997 (19 notebooks)

43        4          Proposals (3), circa 1991

43        5          Correspondence, 1990-1993, undated

                        Drafts

44        1                Corrected printout fragments, circa 1992 (Keating intro)

44        2                Corrected “Welcome Home” printout, 547 pages, 1992

44        3                Corrected “Charlie” printout, 418 pages, 1992

45        1                Corrected “Charlie” printout, 304 pages, 1992

45        2                Corrected page proof photocopy, 1993

                        Post-publication

45        3                Reviews and articles, 1993

45        4                Marketing, 1993 (includes reviews and b&w headshots of Binstein and Bowden)

45        5                General, circa late 1980s-1994 (S&L trading cards; photographic printouts; color

                              snapshot of Keating, Bowden, and Vonier; clippings; financial materials) 

                        Interviews

45        6                Interview for Phoenix Magazine

46        1          Audiocassettes

                              "Newsweek on Air" Interview for Trust Me, June 28, 1993

                              Interview with Mike Binstein, Trust Me, July 11, 1993

 

                       Blood Orchid (1995)

Box     Folder

46        2          Notebooks, ca 1990s (11 notebooks)

46        3          “Blood Orchid Music” audiocassette (various artists)

46        4          Correspondence, 1991-2007, undated

46        5          Photographs

                              6 color snapshots of Bowden and Sundance, circa 1993

                              8 color snapshots of Bowden, Marc Gaede, and others with Sundance’s coffin, circa 1993                       

                              5 color snapshots of Chuck, Sundance, and others at Sundance’s funeral at Standing

                                     Rock, ca August, 1993 (and funeral service program)

                              1 b&w 8x10 print of Sundance and Marc Gaede, 1991                              

46        6          Robert Sundance (NBC News videocassette, May 21, 1993)                              

                       Drafts

46        7                Chapter printouts, undated

47        1                Draft printout, 279 pages, with letter, Apr. 26, 1993

47        2                Corrected draft printout, 285 pages, Aug. 29, 1993

47        3                Draft printout, 250 pages, 1993

47        4                Draft printout, 269 pages, 1993

48        1                Draft printout, 276 pages, 1994

48        2                Corrected printout fragment, 1997

48        3                Advance uncorrected proof, 1995

                        Post-publication

48        4                Arizona Republic article, Sep. 18, 1995

48        5                Changes to paperback edition, Sep. 17, 2001 (photocopies)

48        6                Paperback cover printout, ca 2001

 

                       Stone Canyons of the Colorado Plateau (1996)

Box     Folder

48        7          Notebooks, research, 1998, undated (Visions of the Grand Staircase­–Escalante)

 

                        Chihuahua: Pictures from the Edge (1996)

Box     Folder

48        8          Notebooks (3), Photographs (2 color 8x10 by Virgil Hancock, 1 color snapshot of Hancock),

                       1995, Draft printout, ca 1995, Award, 1998, Why I Wrote This, 2002 (excerpt from Chihuahua)

 

                       Juárez: The Laboratory of Our Future (1998)

Box     Folder

48        9          Notebook, undated

48        10        Photographs, 1997-1998 (73 color slides submitted by street photographers)

48        11        Photographs, circa 1990-1995 (17 color snapshots of street scenes, 7 8x10 prints

                              and printouts, 3 color slides, 7 color 8x10 prints)

49        1          Research, 1994 ("The Practice of Photojournalism in Cuidad Juárez, México" by

                              Graciela Manjarréz Cuéllar, thesis, in English and Spanish)

                        Drafts

49        2                Corrected draft printout and fragment printout, ca 1990s ("First Draft")

49        3                Draft printout, ca 1990s

49        4                Dummy proof photocopy, July 23, 1997

49        5                Photo dummy proof layout with notes, Sep. 1997

49        6                Corrected layout, [1995]

                        Post-publication

50        1                Reviews, 1997-2001(includes International Center of Photography award, 1999)

50        2                Marketing, 1998 (includes 1 audio cassette tape)

50        3                Stories About Us: Photographs from Juárez exhibition, 1998

50        4                Correspondence, 2000-2001, 2005

           

                        Eugene Richards (2001)

Box     Folder

50        5          Notebook, correspondence, research, draft printouts, marketing, 2000, undated

50        6          Page proofs, circa 2001

 

                        Blues for Cannibals (2002)

Box     Folder

50        7          Notebook, 1999, and photograph, 1992 (8x12 color print of Dick Vonier)

50        8          Correspondence, 2000-2002, undated

                        Drafts

50        9                “The Mesquite Manifesto” corrected printouts, undated

50        10              "Mesquite: love after midnight" corrected printout, 253 pages, undated

51        1                “Mesquite: blues for cannibals” corrected draft printout, 480 pages, undated

51        2                Corrected draft printout fragments, with notes, undated

51        3                "Blues for Cannibals: lessons of the mesquite," draft printout, 421 pages, Jun. 2000

52        1                "Blues for Cannibals: lessons of the mesquite," corrected draft printout  (Becky Saleton’s

                                  edits), undated

53        1                "Blues for Cannibals: the notes from underground," corrected draft printout (Mary Martha

                                 Miles’s edits), undated

53        2                "Entrance Wound," corrected preface draft printout, undated

53        3                Copy editor’s corrected printout photocopy, 2001

                        Proofs

53        4                Rough Pages with author’s corrections, Aug. 28, 2001

54        1                Corrected Rough Pages proof photocopy, Aug. 28, 2001

54        2                Corrected Rough Pages proof photocopy, Sep. 17, 2001

54        3                Corrected Master Proof, 2nd pass, Oct. 11, 2001

54        4                Review copy, circa Oct. 2001-Feb. 2002

                        Post-publication

55        1                Cover images and text, circa 2001-2002

55        2                Farrar, Straus & Giroux catalogs, Sep. 2001-Mar. 2003

55        3                Reviews, articles, interviews, 2002-2004

55        4                Royalty statement, June 2006

 

                        Down by the River (2002)

Box     Folder

                        Subject Files [articles, correspondence, notes, photographs]

55        5                “A. Carrillo,” 1987-1997, undated

55        6                “A. Carrillo/Death,” 1997-1999

55        7                “ACF” [Amado Carrillo Fuentes], 1994-2001

56        1                “AMADO,” 1997-1999

56        2                “Amado Carillo,” 1995-1997, undated

56        3                “Amado Carillo,” 1997-1999

56        4                “Amado Carillo (death), 1997

56        5                “Articles Miscellaneous,” 1995-1996, undated

56        6                “Border Clips,” 1995-1996, undated

56        7                “Bruno,” 1997-2001, undated

57        1                “Bruno Jordan,” 1994-1998

57        2                “Bruno Jordan,” 1997-1998, undated

57        3                “Bruno/Phil Material and Clips,” 1996, undated

57        4                “Carillo Material,” 1995-1996

57        5                “Chomsky/journalists,” 1996

57        6                “Chupacabra/Border,” 1996

57        7                “Clips from Ray,” 1996-1997

57        8                “Colosio/Cartels,” 1999

57        9                “Corruption Miscellaneous,” 1994-1996

58        1                “DEA [illegible],” 1997-1999

58        2                “Dead girls Juárez,” 1995

58        3                “Drug Violence,” 1995-1997

58        4                “Drug War Reports,” 1996-1999

58        5                “El Guero,” 1993-1995

58        6                “Executions/96,” 1996

58        7                “Exit wound,” 1999

59        1                “Flores Family,” 1994-1998, (27 color snapshots & negatives)

59        2                “Heidi Death in Juárez,” undated (1 5x7 color print)

59        3                “Hiett,” 2000 (2 notebooks)

59        4                “Info on Juárez,” 1995-1996

59        5                “Informant,” 1988-1997

59        6                “Jordan/Carillo,” 1987-1997

59        7                “Juárez News/Fall/97,” 1997

59        8                “Juárez/reports,” 1997-1998

59        9                “La Crisis,” 1995-1998

59        10              “Magazines,” 1996-1997

60        1                “Maps,” 1993-1997 (of Juárez and Mexico)

60        2                “Meth,” 1995

60        3                “Mex Crime Wave,” 1997-1999

60        4                “Mex Drugs,” 1997-1999

60        5                “Mex/drugs Frontline files,” 1997

60        6                “Mex/drugs N. Calif,” 1997

60        7                “Mexico/freak shows,” 1999-2000

60        8                “Mexican Drug Clips,” 1997

60        9                “Mexican Economy,” 1997-1999

60        10              “Mexico Crime,” 1997-1998

60        11              “Mex Press,” 1998-1999

60        12              “Money laundering,” 1998

60        13              “More Juárez clips,” 1995-1999, undated

61        1                “NAFTA,” 1995-1996

61        2                “NAFTA/Drugs,” 1998

61        3                “Notes [Carillo, Bruno]”, 1996

61        4                “Notes VI/Bruno,” 1995-2001

61        5                “Operation Casablanca,” 1998

61        6                “PBS program,” 1997-1999, undated

61        7                “Pen-link Report,” Dec. 20, 1993

61        8                “Phil Jordan,” 1988-1997

61        9                “Phil Jordan,” 1997-1998

61        10              “Quirarte Material,” 1997-2001

62        1                “Rocío Agüero Miranda,” 1996

62        2                “Sal/Juárez,” 2000

62        3                “Sal Case/Mexico et al,” 2000-2001

62        4-5             “Sal Martinez,” 1995-2001 (notebook, writing, correspondence)                              

63        1                “Salinas,” [Raul Salinas] 1989-2001

63        2                “Salinas,” 1995-1997

63        3                “Salinas Material,” 1995-1996

63        4                “Signs of Crisis (actual, pansies, et al),” 1995

63        5                “The Sinaloa Cowboys and Misc Drugs,” 1995-1996

63        6                “Tijuana,” 1996-1997

64        1                “War on Drugs,” circa 1993-1997

64        2                “Whalen and others” (Christopher Whalen),1996, undated

64        3-5       Notebooks, 1995-2001 and undated (42 notebooks, various sizes)

65        1-2       Notebooks, 1995-2001 and undated

                        Research

65        3-4             Mexico News Pak, 1995-1997

66        1                Mexico News Pak, 1997-1998 (full run, May 8, 1995-Nov. 28, 1999)

66        2                Magazine and newspaper articles, 1985-2002

66        3-4             Internet articles, 1995-2004                                        

67        1                Internet articles, 1995-2004

67        2                Reports and books, 2000, 2004, undated

67        3                Press summaries, 1995

67        4                El Paso Herald Post/ El Paso Times column photocopies,1945-1975

68        1-4             “In the Matter of M.A.F.” testimony transcript, May 1995

68        5          Audio cassettes (10 tapes), 1996-1998

                              Sean Jordan (2 tapes), Oct 1996; Letter to Michele, from Bruno, ca 1990s; Tony Jordan,

                              Oct 1996; Tony J. (2 tapes), April 16, 1997; Hector [Acosta] (2 tapes), May 1998;

                              Gary Webb, April 25, 1998; Carlos & Bridgette, July 26, 1997                       

69        1          General, 1995-2001, undated (research, correspondence, photocopied images, writing) 

69        2-3       Correspondence, 1998-2007, undated

69        4          Essays by others/unidentified, 1998-2000, undated

69        5          Photographs, 1999-2001, undated (15 color snapshots-research, 3 snapshots and 4

                            photocopies of Jordan family and Bowden, 4 color snapshots and photocopies

                            of Sal Martinez)           

                       Early chapters, 1995-1996, undated

69        6                “Brotherly Love,” undated

69        7                “Early One Morning,” undated

69        8                “El Niño,” 1995

70        1                “Notes on a murder on the border,” 1995-1996

70        2                “Silverado,” undated

70        3                “Tuna Country: living without a net,” undated

                        Drafts, 2001-2002

70        4                Corrected printout, 92 pages, undated

70        5                “Pre-Book Draft” printout, 221 pages, undated

70        6                “El Niño (Bruno) 1st draft” printout, 463 pages, May 2001

71        1                “El Niño (Bruno) 2nd draft” printout, 589 pages, Jun. 2001

71        2                “El Niño (Bruno) 3rd draft” printout, 616 pages, Jul. 2001

72        1                Corrected printout, 601 pages, Aug. 27, 2001

72        2                Printout, 579 pages, Sep. 3, 2001

73        1                Corrected “The Secret Life / 2nd Revision” printout, 538 pages, Dec. 20, 2001

73        2                Corrected “The Secret Life” printout, 509 pages, Jan. 1, 2002

74        1                “El Niño: inside dope” printout, corrected and annotated by Mary Martha Miles, 584 pages,

                                 undated

74        2                "Down by the river: drugs, money, murder, and family" printout, 589 pages, undated

75        1                "Down By the River: A saga of drugs, money, murder. And family." printout, 514 pages,

                                undated

75        2                "Down by the river: drugs, money, murder, and family," printout, 594 pages, undated

76        1                "Down by the river: drugs, money, murder. And family," printout, corrected and

                                   annotated by S&S editor, 575 pages, undated

76        2                "Down by the River," corrected printer’s copy with note, 2002

77        1                "Down by the River," corrected galley proofs, correspondence, May 2, 2002

77        2                Cover printout, circa 2002

                        Post-publication

77        3                Phil Jordan legal agreement, Sept. 3, 2002

77        4                Publicity, 2002-2004 (includes interviews, 13x20 poster in OS Box 105/2)

77        5                Reviews, 2002-2006, undated

77        6                Articles (excerpt, interview with Phil Jordan, articles) 2002-2007

77        7                Paperback galleys, afterward, cover, 2003, undated

77        8                Awards, 2003

77        9                Financial, 2004-2006

 

                       Verbatim: A Conversation with Charles Bowden (2004)

Box     Folder

77        10        Printout, 2004

 

                       A Shadow in the City (2005)

Box     Folder

                        Research

78        1                Notebooks [Kim Sanders], 2002-2003, undated (7 notebooks)

                              Audio and Video, 1998-2003, undated

78        2                      2 music CDs by "Local Prophets," 1998

78        3                      9 audiocassettes: "Kim 3/18/92" (2 tapes), "3 days in trailer (Kim)," "Narcotics (Kim),

                                          "Dallas Dec. 03" (4 tapes), "Dallas March 04"

78        4                      1 VHS: "Barbara Graves: Prostitution, narrated by Kim Sanders"

                                    1 VHS: "1. Chopper II video 2. Fire Academy video"

78        5                Viktor Frankl books (3), 1984-2001  (When Life Calls Out to Us, Recollections, and Man's

                              Search for Meaning)                                                        

79        1                Photographs, undated (1 printout, 1 photocopy, 1 cd)

                              Subject Files, 2002-2007

79        2                      “Kim email,” 2002-2007

79        3                      “Kim News Clips,” 2003-2004

79        4                      “Kim / Research,” 1997-2005

79        5                      “Kim Sanders,” 2002-2005, undated

79        6                      “More recent e-mails,” [Kim Sanders] 2004-2007, undated

79        7                      “Skipper’s death,” 2005

79        8          Correspondence, 2003-2007, undated

79        9          Book proposals, Mar. 2003 ("Notes on a Man Underground," "The Black Notebook") 

79        10        Outlines, undated

                        Drafts, 2002-2005

80        1                Early chapters, circa May 2002

80        2                Corrected “Street” printout (Miles’ edits), 322 pages, Feb. 2004

80        3                “Street” printout, 375 pages, Mar. 9, 2004

81        1                “Street” printout, 447 pages, Mar. 27, 2004

81        2                “Street” printout, correspondence and notes, 458 pages, Apr. 2004

82        1                “All the Way Down” printout, 331 pages, Aug. 26, 2004

82        2                “All the Way Down” corrected printout, correspondence, 318 pages, Oct. 4, 2004

82        3                "A Shadow in the City" corrected printout (Bowden’s edits), 435 pages, Oct. 12, 2004                                

83        1                "A Shadow in the City" printout, Oct. 16, 2004

83        2                "A Shadow in the City" corrected printout with notes attached, 338 pages, Oct. 25, 2004                                  

83        3                "A Shadow in the City" printout, 397 pages, ca 2004

83        4                Fragment, corrected printout, ca 2004

83        5                Film treatment, Nov. 10, 2004

84        1                Corrected page proof, Jan. 2005

84        2                Corrected page proofs with correspondence, Jan. 2005

84        3                Corrected page proofs with correspondence, Mar. 2005 

                       Post-publication

85        1                Cover printouts, undated

85        2                Paperback proof with correspondence, March-April 2006

85        3                "New chapter” corrected drafts and page proof, April 14, 2006, nd

85        4                Reviews, 2005 (includes articles, interview)

85        5                Marketing, 2005-2006 (includes photographic images, blurbs)

85        6                Royalty statements, 2006-2007

85        7                General, 2005, undated

 

                       Book Collecting: The Last Refuge of the Illiterate (2005)

Box     Folder

85        8          Page proofs, 2005

85        9          Signed editions, 2005 (9 copies)

85        10        “Bowden on Book Collecting” broadside, signed and numbered, undated (10 copies)                                        

85        11        “Bowden on Book Collecting, Too” broadside, signed and numbered, undated (10 copies)

 

                        Inferno (2006)

                        Drafts

Box     Folder

86        1                "Inferno," printout, 90 pages, Nov. 20, 2000

86        2                "Inferno," corrected printout, 94 pages, Nov. 21, 2000

86        3                "Inferno," printout, 96 pages, Nov. 24, 2000

86        4                "Inferno," printout, 101 pages, Nov. 27, 2000

86        5                "Inferno," printout, 123 pages, Dec. 7, 2000

86        6                "Inferno," corrected printout, 132 pages, Dec. 21, 2000

86        7                “Moonrise in the Inferno” printout, 305 pages, July 10, 2002

87        1                “Jerusalem nights,” printout, 233 pages, undated

87        2                "The page he is missing,” printout, 279 pages, undated

87        3                "Inferno,"  printout, 133 pages, undated

87        4                "Inferno,"  corrected printout, 133 pages, 2005

87        5                "Inferno,"  corrected printout (“Miles’ final edit”), 181 pages, July 2005

88        1                Corrected page proofs, Oct. 20, 2005

OS 104/3               Dummy prints, Dec. 23, 2005 

                       Post-publication

88        2          Correspondence and awards, 2005-2007

88        3          Book TV Interview, March 23, 2007 (DVD)

88        4          Book covers, March 15, 2006 (5 copies)      

 

                       Exodus (2008)             

Box     Folder    

88        5          Notebooks, undated (7 notebooks, labeled "Sea Shepherd")

88        6          Books, 1982-1983 (Sea Shepherd, Paul Watson; The Sierra Club Handbook of Whales and

                        Dolphins)

88        7          “E*A*T*H*F*O*R*C*E" by Paul Watson, 1991 (photocopy)

88        8          Draft printout, “The Secret Life: hard traveling past the future,” undated

 

 

Series V: Writings – Published Essays

Box     Folder

89        1          Correspondence, 1989-1990, 2001-2006

89        2          Book reviews, 1985, 1986, 2006

89        3-4       Edward Abbey memorial, 1988-1991 (correspondence, clippings, articles by Bowden,

                       2 audiocassettes of memorial)

89        5          Forward, Images from the Great West by Marc Gaede, 1988-1989 (correspondence, research)                            

89        6          “Prophet in His Own Country” [Sometimes a Great Nation introduction], 1991-2006

                       (correspondence, drafts, proof, reviews)

89        7          “Isaiah” [Killing the Buddha], 2001 (correspondence, drafts)

89        8          “Our Man in Mexico” [Best American Crime Writing], 2002 (correspondence, proof, review)

89        9          “Arizona” [These United States], 2002 (correspondence, research, draft, proof)

89        10        “Patrick Henry, Call Home” [Heidi Hesse: Exporting Liberty], 2004 (draft, published article)                            

89        11        Introduction, There is a Place, circa 2004 (draft)

89        12        Introduction, Contrabando, 2005 (correspondence, drafts)

89        13        Introduction, 29 Psalms, July, 2007 (draft printout)

89        14        Introduction, The Collected Works of John Reed, 1995 (draft printout)

89        15        "About Arturo Carrillo Strong," undated (draft printout)

90        1-3       Sonoran Desert National Park: A Citizen's Proposal, 1999-2001 (correspondence, notebooks,

                       research, published essay, speech, interview on audiocassette, award)

90        4          "Hey, Who Was That Ornery Guy?" tribute to Abbey in Black Sun, 2003 (correspondence,

                        published essay)

90        5          Broadside, "Lies in the Desert," 2003 (8 copies)

90        6          Miscellaneous essays, 2004, undated ("Zodiac Ridge," "Floater for Julian's 'Madonna'

                        photo," "Love," "Confessions of a Fallen Historian")

 

 

Series VI: Speaking Engagements, 1988-2006

Correspondence, drafts, speeches, and marketing. Also includes audio and video interviews.

Box     Folder

90        7          Prescott College, 1989 (speech)

90        8          Speech on Juárez and Carillo, circa 1995 (speech)

90        9          Scottsdale Center for the Arts, 1997 (correspondence, speech, marketing)

90        10        LA Museum of Contemporary Arts, 1999 (correspondence, marketing)

90        11        "Remembering Ed Abbey," 1999, 2001 (correspondence, speech, marketing)

90        12        Singing Winds Bookstore, circa 1999 (speech)

90        13        Yavapai College, 1999 (correspondence, marketing)

90        14        Board of Supervisors, Gate's Pass, 2000 (speech)

90        15        Museum Association of Arizona, 2000 (correspondence, research, speech, marketing)                            

91        1          Pima County Board of Supervisors, 2000 (draft)

91        2          Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance, 2000 (correspondence, notes)

91        3          Arizona Criminal Attorneys, 2002 (speech)

91        4          Lawrence Clark Powell Lecture, 2002 (research, draft, speech, published lecture,  

                        marketing)

91        5          University of Arizona School of Architecture, 2002 (correspondence, draft, speech) 

91        6          Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, 2003 (correspondence, book quotes / display)                          

91        7          Salt Lake City Library Opening, 2003 (correspondence, photographs on CD, marketing)

91        8          Texas Book Festival, 2003 (correspondence, schedule, marketing)

91        9          Arizona Library Conference, 2004 (correspondence, speech, marketing)

91        10        Black Hills State University, 2005 (correspondence, speech, selected readings)

91        11        Texas Book Festival, 2005 (correspondence, marketing)

91        12        Arizona Historic Preservation Conference, 2006 (correspondence, speech)

91        13        Caliche Gardens, 2007 (speech)

91        14        Arizona City Planners, undated (speech)

91        15        Excerpts for Readings, undated

91        16        Various, 2005 and undated                            

91        17        Correspondence, 1988-2006

                       Interviews, 1988, 2002-2006

92        1          C. Bowden at Westerners, Tucson, April 26, 1988 (1 cassette)

                        NPR Interview: Bowden, November 1, 2002 (2 cassettes)

                        Charles Bowden, S.L.C., July 2004 (1 cassette)

92        2          KUER Radio West, 2004-2006: "Author Charles Bowden," "Shadow in the City,"

                             "Border-Crossers and a New America" (3 CDs)

97        1          Today Show Interview, 3/18/1997 (VHS Box)

97        2          Books & Co. Charles Bowden (VHS Box)

97        3          "Frontline Drugs" - Bowden Interview (VHS Box)

 

Series VII: Correspondence, 1985-2007

Organized by correspondent (the vast majority of these are printed emails), then folders labeled Personal, Financial, Business, and Fan Mail.

Box     Folder

92        3          Michael Berman, 2006-2007

92        4          Alice Briggs, 2005-2007

92        5          Mark Bryant, Sept. 2000

92        6          Scott Carrier, 2005-2007

92        7          Elaine Clark, 2006-2007

92        8          Meg Clark (Trust Me), 1992

92        9          Julián Cordova, 2000

92        10        Paul Dickerson to Bowden, 1989      

92        11        Richard Grant, 2005-2007

93        1          Laura Greenberg, 1998-2003

93        2          Jim Harrison, 2001-2007

93        3          Joan Harvey, 1999-2005

93        4          Barbara Houlberg to Bowden, 1984, 1990, 1991, 2003, 2007 (includes personal letters and 

                        attempt to publish Bowden's letters to the editor on Iraq)          

93        5          Bowden to Barbara Houlberg and family, circa 1974-1981, 1990s (mostly personal)                                           

93        6          Pete Landesman (Down by the River), 2006-2007

93        7          Lawrence Clark Powell, 1982

93        8          Rick Russell, 2006-2007

93        9          Personal, 1984-2003

                             Ivan and Indiana Nelson; Randy Udall; Bill Gilbert; Richard Sassaman; Patty

                             Duncan (4); Dorothy Jacobs to Mrs. George Bowden; Richard Miller; John Walker;

                             Lisa Weber (3); Jack Miles; John Nichols; Cheyenne Wier; Ellen Meloy (2);

                             Cassandra Leoncini (2); Roy Elson (with snapshots) (2); Britt Lee (re Abbey);

                             Clyde Collins; Jeff Hillard; Jeff ______ (2, includes audiocassette and CDs;   

                             David Bretthaupt (re crows); Mark ___; Mike and Nancy Manning; Tim

                             Sheridan; Byrd Baylor; Rona Levein, unknown

94        1          Financial, 1985-1989 (includes family estate)

94        2          Business, 1968, 1983-2005

94        3          Fan Mail, 1988-1997

 

 

Series VIII: Proposals, 1977, 1983-2003

Box     Folder

94        4          NPR radio script, circa 1970s

94        5          Earl Miller Collection on Vietnam, 1973 (correspondence, list, draft)

94        6          NEH Grant application, 1976-1977 (correspondence, corrected draft)

94        7          Radio programs on American Indian Law, 1977 (corrected draft)

94        8          Lannan Award (Bowden, Eduardo Galleano), 1996-2004 (correspondence,   

                        clippings, speech)

94        9          "Reasons for the Exit Interview," article pitch, circa 2000

94        10        Guggenheim Fellowship (Joe Brown), 2004

                       

 

Series IX: Research, 1983-2004, undated

Subject files, audio-visual materials, and notebooks.

                        Subject Files

Box     Folder

95        1                Caheme, 1897, circa 1950s (clippings)

95        2                Crows, 1989 (correspondence, clippings)

95        3                Foreman, Dave 1989-1990 (correspondence, clippings)

95        4-5             Reports on Mexico, 1994-1995

95        6                Mt. Lemmon Shuttle, 1995-2000 (guide, report, correspondence, clipping)

95        7                Clippings, 1979-2001(Earth Day, environment, Mexico)

OS 105/3               Clippings, 1977-1992 (Mexico, drugs, corruption, environment, personal)

 

                        Audio Cassettes, 1988, undated

96        1                Reflections, et al., undated

96        2                "IT" Evil thing, undated

96        3                Border Series/Keating, Antelope, undated

96        4                Linda, Jim, March, 1988

96        5                Jimbo, undated

96        6                INS Agent framed, undated

96        7                Tim Shaffer, undated

96        8                Alex Villa on gangs, undated

96        9                Luis Lopez, undated

96        10              J. Carpenter on Casas Grandes, undated

96        11-14         John Reed: Insurgent Mexico, Read by Frank Muller  (Tape 1, 3, 4, 5)

96        15              Tom Lehrer: That was the You That Was

96        16              Battle Mountain (In response to the Gulf War); The Neighborhood

96        17              Tape–Aug, 1994

96        18-20         Unlabeled (3)

96        21-22         Teach-In on Economic Globalization and the Role of the World Trade Organization                                                                          

96        23              "Wolves and Humans" New Mexico Museum of Natural History, 1990           

96        24              This American Life, 3/1/1996

96        25              Martin Luther King Vietnam Speech–Democracy Now March 3, 1999  broadcast                                                                        

                        CDs

96        26              Bowden Tracks & Acts

96        27              "And I walked..." stories from the border, Third Coast International Audio Festival                                                                  

96        28              Drowning River: A Documentary by ML Lincoln

96        29              Global Warming 60 Minutes broadcast

                        Video Cassettes (VHS)

97        4                Amigos del Mar de Cortez, 5/10/2000

97        5                Crime and Punishment-Ted Koppel

97        6                The Border, Part 2, KUAT-TV, September 1999

97        7                KUAT­–El Camino 4/1/1989; Steve Nelson, Tidal Bore Canoe Trip

97        8                "Chuck–Keating"

97        9                Frontline: Murder on the Rio San Juan, 2000; Guns Drugs and CIA, May 17, 1988                                                             

97        10              The West, Inside the Cocaine Corridor   

97        11              Barrio Histórico: A Walk Through Time, 1991, Kathryn M. Wilde

97        12              "Cleland"

97        13              Sea Shepherd: Driftnet 1990, Rough Cut, no narration, no mix

98        1                Larry King Live 7/6/1999 (with note from Max Cleland)

98        2                Crime, Inc.

98        3                Ashland, OR Aug, 1997

98        4                Maquila, Earthlink TV, Jan 2000

98        5                Black-Tailed Rattlesnakes a Video/Poster, March, 2002

98        6                Anesthesia & Surgical Techniques For Radiotelemetry in Rattlesnakes

98        7                Mickey Mouse Goes to Haiti: Walt Disney and the Science of Exploitation,

                             National Labor Committee

98        8                Zoned for Slavery: The Child Behind the Label, 1995

98        9                Edward Abbey: A Voice in the Wilderness, 1993

98        10              The War at Home, 1979  

98        11-12          Lincoln Savings: Main Event (I and II)

98        13              Date line 6/4/1996 Kathie Lee and the Maquila in El Salvador

 

            Notebooks, 1983-1998, undated

99        1                Trip to Central Baja, 1988

99        2                Notes on Álamos, Sonora, 1988-1990  

99        3                Interview with Álamos  man, undated

99        4                El Paso-Drugs, undated

99        5                Álamos, Sonora, 1988-1989         

99        6                Thoughts on Writing, 1989

99        7                Notes to myself, 1989

99        8                Books planned to write, 1980s

99        9                Notes to self on books to write, 1980s

99        10              Notes to self in NY, 1997

99        11              Notes on books planned to write, 1980s

99        12              Ride along with Tucson cops, 1980s

99        13              Overheard conversation with 2 businessmen, 1980s

100      1                Books on Devil's Road/El Camino Diablo, undated

100      2                Attempt to walk the Camino Diablo, 1985

100      3                Notes, Morelos, Mexico, 1983

100      4                Netting and banding Gray Hawks, 1980s

100      5                Laine Larson video, 1980s  

100      6                The Yuma book, 1980s

100      7                Sinaloa and Culiacan, 1990-1991

100      8                Sassabbe, Arizona, 1990s

100      9                Hermosillo, Mexico, 1990s

100      10              Rocky Mountains of Colorado, 1990s

100      11              EarthFirst! Trial in Prescott, 1991

100      12              Clark Ranch, Arivaca, 1993-1994

100      13              Zion/Bryce Parks in Utah, 1996

100      14              El Paso, Juárez, Oklahoma City, 1996

100      15              Meecham and Moffard impeachment, 1998

100      16              Various, undated (1 of 2)

101      1                Various, undated (2 of 2)

 

 

Series X: Photographs, 1947-2002

 

                  Photographs of Bowden, 1947-2002

Box     Folder

101      2          With siblings, 1947-1950s (9 b&w prints)

101      3          Bowden at University of Madison Library, 1969 (1 8x10 print)

101      4          With wife Zada and dog Job, 1970 (1 5x7 print)

101      5          Tucson, 1970s (7 slides)

101      6          Canoe trip to Yuma, by Bill Broyles, 1980s (1 8x10 print)

101      7          Writing in a park in Mexico, 1980s (1 color photocopy)

101      8          Chuck driving, 1980s (10 negatives)

101      9          Seri Coast, Sea of Cortez with David Burckhalter, 1980s (6 snapshots)

101      10        Hiking with Kathy Dannreuther in Chiracahua Mountains, 1980s (20 4x5 prints

                              and negatives)

101      11        At Gran Desierto, by Bill Broyles, 1980s (1 8x10 print)

101      12        Promotional photos for Tucson Citizen, 1981-1983 (2 8x10 prints)

101      13        Pico Orizaba, Veracruz, Mexico, 1983 (3 snapshots, 1 postcard, 1 8x12 print)

101      14        Tacna, AZ by Bill Broyles, 1983 (1 8x10 print)

101      15        Canoe trip to Sea of Cortez, by Bill Broyles and Dave Roberson, 1984 (8 5x7

                              prints, 7 snapshots, 4 8x12 prints)

101      16        With Dick Vonier for City Magazine, 1986 (1 8x10 print)

101      17        Graduation speech at Prescott College, 1989 (2 color slides)

101      18        Living in Álamos, Sonora, 1989-1990 (3 10x3 prints, 1 8x12 print, 9 snapshots)

101      19        Ski trip with Bruce Babbitt, Grand Canyon, 1990s (2 5x7 prints)

101      20        Living in Arivaca, AZ, 1993-1994 (43 3x5 prints, 3 10x3 prints)

101      21        With Cassandra Leoncini, 1994 (3 4x6 prints)

101      22        Studio shots by Steve Johnson, 1997 (7 5x7 prints)

101      23        With Mary Martha Miles, Italy, 1998 (4 4x6 prints)

101      24        With son Jesse, 1998 (1 4x6 print)

101      25        With Anna Criscinda Miller 1998-2002 (3 4x6 prints)

101      26        Ruidoso, New Mexico, 1998 (1 4x6 print)

101      27        Snapshots at 9th Street house, Tucson, 1998-2003 (6 4x6 prints, 1 photocopy)

101      28        Memorial for Chris Clarke, Arivaca, 1999 (2 5x7 prints, 3 snapshots)

101      29        The Nature Conservancy, Tucson, 1999 (4 4x6 prints)

101      30        New Years with Mary Blythe, 1999 (1 4x11 print)

102      1          With Joseph Birkett and Byrd Baylor, Arivaca, 1999, 2002 (2 4x6 prints)

102      2          With Jack Dykinga and Mary Martha Miles, 1999, 2003 (2 4x6 prints)

102      3          With Jack Dykinga at Sea of Cortez, 2000 (2 4x11 prints)

102      4          Family reunion, Tucson, 2000 (4 4x6 prints)

102      5          9th Street house, Tucson, 2000s (20 4x6 prints, 1 photocopy)

102      6          Family dinner, Tucson, 2001 (1 4x6 print)

102      7          Promo shots at 9th street house in Tucson, 2002 (13 5x7 prints)

102      8          Family Thanksgiving, Tucson, 2002 (2 8x10 photocopies)

102      9          With Pete Carney, Wilcox, AZ, 2002 (2 4x6 prints)

102      10        With Ray Carroll and John McCain, Tucson, 2004 (1 8x10 print)

102      11        Publicity shots, by Jack Dykinga, 2005 (2 5x7 prints)

102      12        Color slide, undated

                  Family and Friends, 1912, 1950-2003

102      13        Beerman/Stockman wedding, 1912 (1 8x10 print)

102      14        Mary Blythe in Nogales, 1950s (1 4x6 postcard)

102      15        Parents and Siblings, 1950s, 1964, 2003 (1 5x7 print, 2 photocopies)

102      16        Barbara Houlberg and Paul Dickerson, 1970s, 1990s (4 3x5 prints, 1 5x7 print, 1  

                       12x11 print of Bowden and Kreinberg – removed to Oversized Box 104/1)

102      17        Vernon Wang, circa 1970s (1 snapshot)

102      18        Gloria Chivers-Lopez, 1990s (1 8x10 photocopy)

102      19        Vincent the cat, 1990s (1 8x10 print)

102      20        Jesse and Debbi Niwa, 1992 (1 4x6 print)

102      21        Mary Martha Miles, Oklahoma, 1996 (2 3x5 prints)

102      22        Jesse Niwa, schoolchildren, and Sam the dog, 2003 (3 4x6 prints)

102      23        Bowden Family photos, 2004 (CD)

                  Work, 1960-1992, undated

102      24        Mexican wolf pup, Tucson, 1980s (1 8x10 print)

102      25        Shrine, Tohona O’odham Reservation, Tucson, 1980s (4 8 x10 prints)

102      26        Sonora, by David Burckhalter, 1980s (7 8 x 10 prints)

102      27        Homeless man in Yuma, AZ, by Bill Broyles, 1980s (1 12x8 print)

102      28        El Nacho, City Magazine, 1980s (2 8x10 prints)

102      29        Cabeza Prieta by Bill Broyles, 1980s (4 contact sheets)

102      30        Dave Foreman, Jack Dykinga, and Bowden at Lake Powell, 1983 (4 8x10 prints,

                              7 5x7 prints)

102      31        Teresa Leal and daughter, Nogales, 1985 (1 8x10 print)

102      32        Mexican drug workers, Ruby, AZ, 1990s (1 8x10 photocopy)

102      33        Trust Me book at shrine in Sinaloa, 1992 (3 4x6 prints, 1 3x5 print)

 102      34        Murdered women in Juárez, by Julian Cardona, 1997-2000 (12 8x10 prints)

102      35        Drafts of Down by the River, Blues for Cannibals, and Jerusalem Nights/Inferno,

                        2001 (1 4x6 print)

102      36        Julian Hayden and Ray Turner ‘desert rats’, undated (2 8x10 prints)

102      37        Piñata maker, N. Sonora, by Bill Broyles, undated (5 5x7 prints, contact sheet)

102      38        Miscellaneous and Unidentified, undated (1 polaroid; 1 5x7, 2 8x10 b &w prints,

                              29 color snapshots)

OS 104/2         "Gloria" by Jack Dykinga, 1987 (1 9x10 b&w print)

                       

Series XI: Computer Media, undated

Box     Folder

102      39        Bowden’s backup disks (2 3 1/2" floppy disks)

102      40        Floppy disks (25 5 1/4" disks)

 

Series XII: Financial Materials, 1988-1995

Box     Folder

103      1          Income, 1988, 1990; Phone bills, 1989, 1994-1995; Credit card statements, 1994-1995                                                 

 

Series XIII: Other Writers, 1996, 2001-2005

Manuscripts, media, and some correspondence.

Box     Folder

103      2          Scott Carrier, circa 2005

                              "Chuck Piece by Scott Carrier" (CD)

                              "Bowden Excerpts 8 minutes" (CD)

                              "A Juarez Primer: Day to Day version" (CD) 3 copies

                              "Border Series for Marketplace: 5 stories (CD)                                      

                              "Border Series" (CD) 2 copies

                              "Don Henry Ford Day to Day" (CD)

                              "Running After Antelope and Other Stories" (Audiocassette)                           

103      3          Tim Elsey (photographs), 1980s (12 5x7 color prints, correspondence)

103      4          Steve Hise, 2001-2005 (correspondence, 2 dvds)

103      5          Julian Hayden, 1930, 1989-1990 (interview, works, father's memoir)

103      6          Jon Krakauer "Into Thin Air," 1996 (manuscript, correspondence)

103      7          Kevin McGowin, 1995 (manuscripts, correspondence)

103      8          Alex Shoumatoff "The New Treasure of the Sierra Madre," ca 1990s (manuscript)

                 

Series XIV: Audiocassettes and LPs        

Box     Folder               

106-108           Personal audiocassettes (complete listing in donor's list)

109-112           Personal LP vinyl records (complete listing in donor's list)

 

Series XV: Artifacts

113                  Sea Shepherd crew jacket

                        Sea Shepherd flag

                        Olympus camera in case        

                        Brownie camera

                        Leather tooling

                        Camp stove                       

114                  Ice Axe

 

Series XVI: Unpublished Materials­–RESTRICTED

Drafts and correspondence relating to materials unpublished at the time of acquisition.

115-126

 

 

Charles Bowden Estate- Preliminary Inventory- Bowden 2015-080

            This final addition to the Charles Bowden archives includes complete manuscripts of Café Blood Some of the Dead are Still Breathing: Living in the Future, Exodus, Trinity, Inferno, Dreamland: The Way Out of Juarez, Fire In The Earth, Miss Sinaloa, Bowden Reader, Torch Song, and other articles featured in G. Q. Magazine and National Geographic. Other materials include a complete file of his book, magazine, and movie contracts; tax information; hand-written reporting notebooks; research and correspondence with long-time friend Bill Broyles; and photographs and information on Paul Dickerson and his memorial art museum founded by Barbara Houlberg. Artifacts range from two of Bowden’s treasured guns, memorabilia from Juarez, awards, to the ephemera on his desk at the time of his death. Also included in this accession is his library, which totals almost 400 books, bound reports, and anthologies, and several framed photographs that were hung in his house.

BOX 2058 (1 of 43)

Box/Folder

“Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts”

2058/1: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Early White Light (Café Blood)” Draft, Undated (1 of 2)

2058/2: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Early White Light (Café Blood)” Draft, Undated (2 of 2)

2058/3: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“White Light (Red Café) First Draft”

2058/4: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Original White Light (Café Blood)         1996” Draft and Back Up Floppy Disk (1 of 4)

2058/5: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Original White Light (Café Blood)         1996” Draft and Back Up Floppy Disk (2 of 4)

2058/6: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Original White Light (Café Blood)         1996” Draft and Back Up Floppy Disk (3 of 4)

2058/7: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Original White Light (Café Blood)         1996” Draft and Back Up Floppy Disk (4 of 4)

2058/8: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Red Café (Orig. White Light) 2nd Draft 2000”

2058/9: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Café Blood (Original White Light—      Red Café) 3rd Draft, Summer 2000”

2058/10: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Café Blood (White Light) October       2000” Drafts (1 of 3)

2058/11: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Café Blood (White Light) October                   2000” Drafts (2 of 3)

2058/12: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Café Blood (White Light) October       2000” Drafts (3 of 3)

 

BOX 2059 (2 of 43)

Box/Folder

“Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts” Continued

2059/1: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Café Blood, January 2001” Draft            (1 of 2)

2059/2: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Café Blood, January 2001” Draft            (2 of 2)

2059/3: Cafe Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Café Blood—Spring/Summer 2006”      Drafts (1 of 2)

2059/4: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Café Blood—Spring/Summer 2006”      Drafts (2 of 2)

2059/5: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Café Blood—Summer 2006, Marfa        Drafts I” (1 of 2)

2059/6: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Café Blood—Summer 2006, Marfa        Drafts I” (2 of 2)

2059/7: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Saletan Edits, August 2008 of August    2006 Manuscript”

2059/8: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—Email Correspondence With Rebecca      Saletan

2059/9: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Café Blood, Dead Still Breathing—        Mary Martha Miles’ Final Manuscript Edit, November 2008, Resent 12/22/08”

2059/10: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Mary Marta Miles’ Final Page Proof    Edits—1/15/09” (1 of 2)

 

BOX 2060 (3 of 43)

Box/Folder

“Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts” Continued and “Exodus Drafts”

2060/1: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Mary Martha Miles’ Final Page Proof    Edits—1/15/09” (2 of 2)

2060/2: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“White Light” Early Drafts (1 of 2)

2060/3: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“White Light” Early Drafts (2 of 2)

2060/4: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—Draft Dated August 2006, Edited by        Saletan

2060/5: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Untitled Draft, 207 Pages, Early”

2060/6: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Untitled Draft, 141 Pages (Some Used   In Café Blood)”

2060/7: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—Reviews

2060/8: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Café Blood—Summer 2006, Marfa        Drafts II” (1 of 2)

2060/9: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Café Blood—Summer 2006, Marfa        Drafts II” (2 of 2)

2060/10: Exodus Drafts—“Edited Exodus 9/10/07” Draft

2060/11: Exodus Drafts—“January 2008 Exodus Page Proofs/M. M. & Chuck Edit—       Also, Wrong Font”

2060/12: Exodus Drafts—“Exodus Final Edit, February 2008” by Mary Martha Miles

 

BOX 2061 (4 of 43)

Box/Folder

“Exodus Drafts” Continued and “Trinity Drafts”

2061/1: Exodus Drafts—“Exodus Misc I” (1 of 2)

2061/2: Exodus Drafts—“Exodus Misc I” (2 of 2)

2061/3: Exodus Drafts—“Exodus Misc. II” Including DVD

2061/4: Exodus Drafts—“Mary Martha Miles’ Edits- II” (1 of 2)

2061/5: Exodus Drafts—“Mary Martha Miles’ Edits- II” (2 of 2)

2061/6: Exodus Drafts—“Mary Martha Miles’ Edits” (1 of 3)

2061/7: Exodus Drafts—“Mary Martha Miles’ Edits” (2 of 3)

2061/8: Exodus Drafts—“Mary Martha Miles’ Edits” (3 of 3)

2061/9: Exodus Drafts—Correspondence on the Publication of Exodus

2061/10: Exodus Drafts—“Exodus Reviews, Fall 2008”

2061/11: Exodus Drafts—Reviews Forwarded by U.T. Press

2061/12: Trinity Drafts—“Trinity Misc. & First Outline” Dated May 2007, Plus CDs (1   of 2)

2061/13: Trinity Drafts—“Trinity Misc. & First Outline” Dated May 2007, Plus CDS (2 of 2)

 

BOX 2062 (5 of 43)

Box/Folder

“Trinity Drafts” Continued

2062/1: Trinity Drafts—“Trinity First Partial Draft, June 2007”

2062/2: Trinity Drafts—“Trinity, July 2007” Draft

2062/3: Trinity Drafts—“Trinity Fourth Drafts, December 2004”

2062/4: Trinity Drafts—“Trinity, Mary Martha Miles’ Final Edit 12/11/08” (1 of 2)

2062/5: Trinity Drafts—“Trinity, Mary Martha Miles’ Final Edit 12/11/08” (2 of 2)

2062/6: Trinity Drafts—Edits, Dated 4/03/09

2062/7: Trinity Drafts—“Trinity Third Draft Completed July 24, 2007, 9:30 AM”

2062/8: Trinity Drafts—“Trinity, Mary Martha Miles’ Edit, November 2007”

2062/9: Trinity Drafts—Royalty Statements from U.T. Press

 

BOX 2063 (6 of 43)

Box/Folder

“Trinity Drafts” Continued and “Inferno Drafts” and “Dreamland Drafts”

2063/1: Trinity Drafts—“Trinity Final Draft Sent to U.T. Press, Fall 2008”

2063/2: Trinity Drafts—“Trinity First Full Draft, July 2007”

2063/3: Trinity Drafts—Email Correspondence with Michael Berman

2063/4: Trinity Drafts—Book Contract with U.T. Press

2063/5: Inferno Drafts—“Inferno Misc” (1 of 2)

2063/6: Inferno Drafts—“Inferno Misc” (2 of 2)

2063/7: Inferno Drafts—Correspondence with Manuscript Editor Lynne Chapman

2063/8: Inferno Drafts—Inferno Misc.

2063/9: Dreamland Drafts—“Dreamland/Drafts/Briggs”

2063/10: Dreamland Drafts—“Dreamland Misc.” Plus CD

2063/11: Dreamland Drafts—Correspondence with Manuscript Editor Lynne Chapman

2063/12: Dreamland Drafts—“Dreamland, Mary Martha Miles’ Final Edit, Dated April    2009”

2063/13: Dreamland Drafts—“Dreamland with Alice Briggs U.T. Press” Plus CDs           (1 of 3)

2063/14: Dreamland Drafts—“Dreamland with Alice Briggs U.T. Press” Plus CDs           (2 of 3)

2063/15: Dreamland Drafts—“Dreamland with Alice Briggs U.T. Press” Plus CDs           (3 of 3)

2063/16: Dreamland Drafts—Correspondence and Page Proofs

2063/17: Dreamland Drafts—“Dreamland Broadside, Fall 2008”

 

BOX 2064 (7 of 43)

Box/Folder

“Dreamland Drafts” Continued and “Fire In The Earth Drafts” and “Tinajas Atlas Drafts” and Miss Sinaloa Drafts”

2064/1: Dreamlands Drafts—“Mary Martha Miles’ Edit of Dreamland Galley”

2064/2: Dreamland Drafts—“Dreamland 7/12/08” With Edits

2064/3: Fire in the Earth Drafts—“El Camino Anthology” Draft, Undated

2064/4: Fire in the Earth Drafts—The Fire In The Earth Draft, Undated

2064/5: Tinajas Atlas Drafts—“Tinajas Atlas Draft, July 2006—Art”

2064/6: Tinajas Atlas Drafts—“Tinajas Atlas Draft, July 2006—Text”

2064/7: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—“Miss Sinaloa Research” (1 of 2)

2064/8: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—“Miss Sinaloa Research” (2 of 2)

2064/9: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—“Julian Cordona Article, 2008”

2064/10: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—“Chuck With Killer in Juarez—Julian Photo Spring          2008”

2064/11: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—“Phil Jordan—Juarez Info—DBR Movie”

2064/12: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—“Miss Sinaloa Research”

2064/13: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—“Research”

2064/14: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—“Research 2”

2064/15: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—Correspondence with Mary Martha Miles

2064/16: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—Draft Dated August 2008

2064/17: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—Undated Draft

 

BOX 2065 (8 of 43)

Box/Folder

“Miss Sinaloa Drafts” Continued and “Bowden Reader Drafts”

2065/1: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—“Mary Martha Miles’ Edits, January 07, 2009”

2065/2: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—Undated Draft Plus Photographs

2065/3: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—Draft Edited By Casey Kittrell of U.T. Press

2065/4: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—“Miss Sinaloa 7/12/08” With Edits

2065/5: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—“Mary Martha Miles’ Edit, Summer 2008”

2065/6: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—“Miss Sinaloa, June 2008 Draft”

2065/7: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—“Murder City, Miss Sinaloa Fall 2009” With Edits by         Patricia Boyd

2065/8: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—Miss Sinaloa Draft, Dated August 2008

2065/9: Miss Sinaloa Drafts—“Mary Martha Miles’ Edit, Spring-Summer 2008”

2065/10: Bowden Reader Drafts—Reviews from Bowden’s Acquaintances & Tucson       Weekly

2065/11: Bowden Reader Drafts—Correspondence with U.T. Press

2065/12: Bowden Reader Drafts—Correspondence Between Mary Martha Miles, Casey   Kittrell, and Others Concerning Edits on the Anthology

2065/13: Bowden Reader Drafts—“Emails—UT Press—Erin”

2065/14: Bowden Reader Drafts—“Anthology Payments to Erin”

2065/15: Bowden Reader Drafts—“Anthology Contract 1/9/09”

2065/16: Bowden Reader Drafts—“Anthology Table of Contents”

2065/17: Bowden Reader Drafts—“Reader Reviews/Committee Leader”

 

BOX 2066 (9 of 43)

Box/Folder

“Bowden Reader Drafts” Continued

2066/1: Bowden Reader Drafts—“Anthology Page Proofs, February 2010”

2066/2: Bowden Reader Drafts—“July 2008 Draft Notes & Original Notes on Chuck”      (1 of 2)

2066/3: Bowden Reader Drafts—“July 2008 Draft Notes & Original Notes on Chuck”                  (2 of 2)

2066/4: Bowden Reader Drafts—“This Draft Sent to U.T. Press Electronically August     2008” (1 of 3)

2066/5: Bowden Reader Drafts—“This Draft Sent to U.T. Press Electronically August     2008” (2 of 3)

2066/6: Bowden Reader Drafts—“This Draft Sent to U.T. Press Electronically August     2008” (3 of 3)

2066/7: Bowden Reader Drafts—“Final Anthology Edit, Mary Martha Miles’ Querries to            Erin, Fall 2009” (1 of 3)

2066/8: Bowden Reader Drafts—“Final Anthology Edit, Mary Martha Miles’ Querries to            Erin, Fall 2009” (2 of 3)

2066/9: Bowden Reader Drafts—“Final Anthology Edit, Mary Martha Miles’ Querries to            Erin, Fall 2009” (3 of 3)

2066/10: Bowden Reader Drafts—“Manuscript Edit by Corner & Chapman, 8/29/09,       4/2010”

 

BOX 2067 (10 of 43)

Box/Folder

“Bowden Reader Drafts” Continued and “General Misc.”

2067/1: Bowden Reader Drafts—“Anthology Final Edit—Before Sent to Texas, August   2008” (1 of 3)

2067/2: Bowden Reader Drafts—“Anthology Final Edit—Before Sent to Texas, August   2008” (2 of 3)

2067/3: Bowden Reader Drafts—“Anthology Final Edit—Before Sent to Texas, August   2008” (3 of 3)

2067/4: “Michael Heizer—Earth Sculptor, Never Did Story On Him”

2067/5: Art In Wilderness, With Correspondence from Author Mike Quigley

2067/6: Inside the Asylum Drafts—Edits by Bowden, Dated March 2009

2067/7: Other Correspondence and Publication Notes

2067/8: Museum Pamphlets Collected by Bowden

2067/9: “Nature of Words—Bend Oregon—High Red CD 4-15-08”

2067/10: Personal Holiday Correspondence

2067/11: “House Made of Tracks” Essay and Correspondence with Ian Morris

2067/12: Harper’s Magazine, October 2008 Issue Featuring Bowden’s Essay

2067/13: GQ Magazine, January 2009 Issue Featuring Bowden’s Essay

2067/14: “We On Death Row” with Bowden’s Notes

2067/15: Dia Siete, With Bowden’s Notes   

2067/16: Arizona Highways, December 2008 Issue Featuring Bowden’s Essay

2067/17: GQ Magazine, September 2010 Issue, Featuring Bowden’s “Bleed Through”     Essay

2067/18: National Geographic, August 2010 Issue Featuring “Native Lands” Essay

2067/19: “National Geo—Active Reimbursement”

2067/20: Biography of Theodore Robert Bundy

2067/21: “Wire Transfers”

2067/22: “Misc. 2006—“ Wire Transfers

2067/23: “Interview With Old Vaquero Smuggler”

2067/24: General Misc.—“Misc. Research”

2067/25: General Misc.—“Fall 2007-Fall 2008” General Plus CD Discs (1 of 3)

2067/26: General Misc.—“Fall 2007-Fall 2008” General Plus CD Discs (2 of 3)

2067/27: General Misc.—“Fall 2007-Fall 2008” General Plus CD Discs (3 of 3)

 

BOX 2068 (11 of 43)

Box/Folder

“Movie Contracts” and “Anthology Contracts” and “Book Contracts” and “Royalty            Statements” and “Magazine Contracts” and “Upcoming Speeches” and “Past    Speeches”

2068/1: Movie Contracts—“Down By The River Movie”

2068/2: Movie Contracts—“Ransom Price—Tiller’s Movie”

2068/3: Movie Contracts—“Movie/DBR/Payments”

2068/4: Movie Contracts—“2004 Contracts with Kim Sanders—Shadow In The City”

2068/5: Movie Contracts—“Contracts/Personal”

2068/6: Movie Contracts—Shadow In The City Contracts, Dated 2006-2007

2068/7: Anthology Contracts—“Devil’s Highway”

2068/8: Anthology Contracts—“Chicken Soup for the Nature Lover’s Soul”

2068/9: Anthology Contracts—“Torch Song”

2068/10: Anthology Contracts—“Mountain Gazette Anthology”

2068/11: Anthology Contracts—“Best Cumi Stories—2001”

2068/12: Anthology Contracts—“Prentice Hall/Pearson Education Textbook—Except      Bone Garden”

2068/13: Book Contracts—“2009 French Publishers—Albin Michel, Blood Orchid,          Blues for Cannibals, Some of the Dead”

2068/14: Book Contracts—“U.T. Press—Forward 8/09, Broyles’ Desert Border Patrol     Book”

2068/15: Book Contracts—“Café Blood, Some of the Dead Harcourt Book” Contract

2068/16: Book Contracts—“Anderson Literary Federal Tax ID”

2068/17: Book Contracts—“Nation Books, Miss Sinaloa, March 2009” Contracts

2068/18: Book Contracts—“Miss Sinaloa, Nation Books, 2009” Contracts

2068/19: Book Contracts—“Farrar, Strauss + Giroux—Blood Orchid, Blues for    Cannibals”

2068/20: Book Contracts—“Simon & Schuster 1998 Down By The River”

2068/21: Book Contracts—“Cancelled—Published by S + S, Down By The River Book,   Random House”

2068/22: Book Contracts—“Bowden Reader—U.T. Press Contracts”

2068/23: Book Contracts—“Trinity—U.T. Press, June-August 2008”

2068/24: Book Contracts—“Dreamland Contract, August 2008”

2068/25: Book Contracts—“University of Texas—Exodus” Contracts

2068/26: Book Contracts—“U.T. Press, Killing the Hidden Waters”

2068/27: Book Contracts—“Univ. of Texas Press, Burham Photo Booth, Inferno, April    2005”

2068/28: Book Contracts—“Harcourt/Credit Co.”

2068/29: Book Contracts—“2004 Harcourt”

2068/30: Book Contracts—“Aperture” Royalty Payments

2068/31: Book Contracts—“Shadow In The City—Media”

2068/32: Book Contracts—“Ken Sanders, Rare Books”

2068/33: Book Contracts—“Blood Orchid Rights”

2068/34: Book Contracts—“Santa Fe, Chuck/Michael/Julian Show”

2068/35: Royalty Statements—“Statements”

2068/36: Magazine Contracts—“G.Q. Contract January 2008-December 2008”

2068/37: Magazine Contracts—“Mother Jones—Australia”

2068/38: Magazine Contracts—“Esquire—September 1, 1998-August 31, 1999”

2068/39: Magazine Contracts—“Miscellaneous G.Q.  2002-2013”

2068/40: Magazine Contracts—“National Geo Libya 2009”

2068/41: Magazine Contracts—“Esquire Contract Aug 97-July 98”

2068/42: Magazine Contracts—“Geo 1998”

2068/43: Magazine Contracts—“Teamsters, October 1, 1999”

2068/44: Magazine Contracts—“New York Times, August 2000”

2068/45: Magazine Contracts—“Arizona Republic”

2068/46: Magazine Contracts—New York Times Contract, July 2000

2068/47: Magazine Contracts—“One World Journeys” Contract, Dated August 2000

2068/48: Magazine Contracts—“Talk” Contract, Dated June 1999

2068/49: Magazine Contracts—“W-9 Forms”

2068/50: Magazine Contracts—“National Geographic” Contracts, 2006-2008

2068/51: Magazine Contracts—“G.Q. 2006-2007”

2068/52: Magazine Contracts—“Arizona Highways”

2068/53: Magazine Contracts—“The United States—Nation Mag 2003”

2068/54: Magazine Contracts—Unsorted Contracts

2068/55: Upcoming Speeches—“Tucson Book Festival, March 13-15, 2009”

2068/56: Upcoming Speeches—“Western Lecture Assn Conference, Sept 30-Oct 3,          2009”

2068/57: Past Speeches—“Bend Oregon Nature of Words, Nov. 6-9, 2008”

2068/58: Past Speeches—“Salt Lake Coty, Oct. 15-19, 2008”

2068/59: Past Speeches—“New Orleans—The Speech”

2068/60: Past Speeches—“New Orleans—August 2007”

2068/61: Past Speeches—“Virginia Festival of the Book, March 2007”

 

BOX 2069 (12 of 43)

Box/Folder

“Past Speeches” Continued and “Biographies and Resumes” and “Paid Reimbursements” and “The Murder Artist Drafts”

2069/1: Past Speeches—“North Dakota Speech, June 2008”

2069/2: Past Speeches—“Wild Horse Ladies Book Club, Group Read DBK, March          2008”

2069/3: Past Speeches—“Speech for Annenberg Institute (Marc Cooper) 3-18-08”

2069/4: Past Speeches—“Spring 2008—NPR Aaron Brown”

2069/5: Past Speeches—“Greenfields Commencement + Issue Day”

2069/6: Past Speeches—“CSC Speech/NE 1996”

2069/7: Biographies and Resumes—“Bios” Dated 2008

2069/8: Biographies and Resumes—“Resumes, February 2008”

2069/9: Biographies and Resumes—“Bios” Dated 1999-2008

2069/10: Paid Reimbursements—“1998-2001”

2069/11: Paid Reimbursements—“2002”

2069/12: Paid Reimbursements—“2003”

2069/13: Paid Reimbursements—“2004”

2069/14: Paid Reimbursements—“2005”

2069/15: Paid Reimbursements—“2006”

2069/16: Paid Reimbursements—“2007”

2069/17: Paid Reimbursements—“2008”

2069/18: Paid Reimbursements—“National Geo, 2006-2008”

2069/19: National Geographic: Narco State DVD Copy for Bowden

2069/20: The Murder Artist Drafts—First Pass Edit by Bill Wasik, Dated January 2009

2069/21: The Murder Artist Drafts—Second Pass Edit by Bill Wasik

2069/22: The Murder Artist Drafts—Early Draft, Possibly Mary Martha Miles’ Edit

2069/23: “Lake Elsinore, GQ October 2008”

2069/24: Photographs of Bowden Taken in 1998 and 2002 (1 of 2)

2069/25: Photographs of Bowden Taken in 1998 and 2002 (2 of 2)

2069/26: Below Sea Level DVD, A Salton Sea Documentary by Gianfranco Rosi

 

BOX 2070 (13 of 43)

Box/Folder

2070/1: “Dakota 10/8/08 Draft”

2070/2: Notebook, Dated 2001

2070/3: Notebooks, Dated 2002

2070/4: Notebooks, Dated 2005

2070/5: Notebooks, Dated 2006

2070/6: Undated Notebooks

2070/7: Undated Notebooks

2070/8: Undated Notebooks

2070/9: Undated Notebooks

2070/10: Unsorted Notes and Materials

2070/11: Bowden’s Research on Lake Elsinore

2070/12: General Misc.—“Misc Research”

 

BOX 2071 (14 of 43)

Box/Folder

“From Bill Broyles” and “Other Drafts” and “Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts” Continued and “Dreamland Drafts” Continued

2071/1: From Bill Broyles—“Misc. Notes and Leads Following Visits With CB”

2071/2: From Bill Broyles—“Sunday Emails From CB”

2071/3: Vanishing Borderlands by John Annerino for Bowden’s Endorsement

2071/4: Mexico Way by Chilton Williamson Jr. for Bowden’s Endorsement

2071/5: Other Drafts—“Playing the Future” Final Draft, Dated June 1997

2071/6: Other Drafts—“Brotherly Love” Final Draft

2071/7: Other Drafts—“A Matter of Blood” Final Draft, Dated May 1997

2071/8: Other Drafts—“A Game Played On Grass, Not Clay” Final Draft, Dated   November 1994

2071/9: Other Drafts—“Notes From the Underground” Final Draft

2071/10: Other Drafts—“A Story About The Future” Final Draft, Dated July 1995

2071/11: Other Drafts—“El Nino” Draft

2071/12: Other Drafts—Unfinished Drafts

2071/13: Other Drafts—“Mexico’s Red Days” Final Draft, Dated June 2009

2071/14: Other Drafts—“Learning Nothing, Forgetting Nothing” Final Draft, Dated         Autumn 2007

2071/15: From Bill Broyles—Correspondence, Reviews, and Assorted Stories Previously            Held by Bill Broyles

2071/16: From Bill Broyles—Bowden’s Draft manuscripts Previously Held by Bill          Broyles

2071/17: From Bill Broyles—“Bowden In BBroyles’ Sunshot

2071/18: Café Blood, Some of the Dead Drafts—“Early Café Blood (White Light)”

2071/19: “G.Q.—Spring 2009—Police/N.O.”

2071/20: Audiocassette of Bowden’s Keynote Address to the Arizona Historical Society

2071/21: Other Drafts—Photocopy of Torch Song Final Draft

2071/22: G.Q. Articles “Cold Blood,” “The Killer Across the River,” and “Honest to a     Fault”

2071/23: Other Drafts—“The Sicaro” Galley Copy, Dated March 2009

2071/24: Aperture Photography Magazine, Winter 2009, Featuring Bowden

2071/25: Email Correspondence Between Mary Martha Miles and Bowden’s Publishers

2071/26: Desert Dream, Desert Doom by Norman Oder, Bowden’s Copy

2071/27: Dreamland Drafts—“Dreamland By Briggs—Three Drafts” (1 of 3)

2071/28: Dreamland Drafts—“Dreamland By Briggs—Three Drafts” (2 of 3)

2071/29: Dreamland Drafts—“Dreamland By Briggs—Three Drafts” (3 of 3)

2071/30: “Sundance Manuscript” By Robert Sundance and Marc Gaede

 

BOX 2072 (15 of 43)

Box/Folder

“Other Drafts” Continued

2072/1: Other Drafts—“Shadow In The City” Email Correspondence With Martha           Sanders

2072/2: “Lannen/Marfa—January 6-February 16, 2004”

2072/3: “Guggenheim, November 2007, Carrier/Briggs, Berman”

2072/4: Other Drafts—“Down By The River”

2072/5: “Houlberg/Kreinberg Letters” (1 of 2)

2072/6: “Houlberg/Kreinberg Letters” (2 of 2)

2072/7: “Joseph Birkett, Poison Frog”

2072/8: “Marfa, Texas”

2072/9: “Misc.—Mary Martha Miles Go Thru”

2072/10: “Men’s Journal Sordid”

2072/11: “Emails”

2072/12: “Letters/Cards”

2072/13: Lannan Foundation Disclosure Agreement, Dated 2008

2072/14: “Cassandra” Correspondence and “Trinkets”         Caution When Opening

2072/15: Audiocassettes—Bill Broyles’ Noteson Bowden’s Audiocassettes [Relating to   BOX 36]

2072/16: “New Orleans Cop Story, Originally Sent To G.Q. 4/09”

2072/17: “The New Economy: What Happened to the Neighbors?” For G.Q. Magazine

2072/18: Photocopies of Arizona Highways, December 2007 Issue

2072/19: Harper’s Magazine, October 2008, May 2009, January 2010 Issues Featuring    Bowden’s Stories

2072/20: Arizona Highways, December 2008 Issue Featuring Bowden’s Story

2072/21: High Desert Journal, Fall 2008 Issue Featuring Bowden’s Story

2072/22: Mountain Gazette, Issue 133, Featuring Bowden’s Story

2072/23: “Art In Wilderness/Anthology Sky Island”

2072/24: Bowden’s Fundraising Letters for Paul Dickerson Museum

2072/25: Unsorted Correspondence

2072/26: “Giraldi Case [Citibank/AMEX]”

2072/27: Correspondence With Ken Sanders On Rare Books

 

BOX 2073 (16 of 43)

Box/Folder

“From Bill Broyles” Continued

2073/1: Projection Slides Taken By Jack Dykinga

2073/2: Projection Slides, Uncredited

2073/3: Projection Slides, Uncredited

2073/4: “Pinacate’s” Projection Slides

2073/5: “Bowden” Projection Slides Taken by Jack Dykinga

2073/6: The Virgin in Guadalupe Script

2073/7: From Bill Broyles—Field Man by Julian Hayden

2073/8: Unsorted Correspondence

2073/9: Various CDs of Video Research

2073/10: Micro Floppy Discs [Possibly Unused]

2073/11: Miss Sarajevo DVD

2073/12: “Tucson Festival of Books 3/09”

2073/13: “NPR Park Proposal Story” Plus Audiocassette

 

BOX 2074 (17 of 43)

Box/Folder

“From Bill Broyles” Continued and “Paul Dickerson Material”

2074/1: From Bill Broyles—Collection of Hayden Excavation Service Advertisements

2074/2: From Bill Broyles—Excavations by Julian Hayden, Inscription from Broyles

2074/3: From Bill Broyles—Various Studies Sent for Bowden’s Comment (1 of 2)

2074/4: From Bill Broyles—Various Studies Sent for Bowden’s Comment (2 of 2)

2074/5: From Bill Broyles—Correspondence on Southwestern Research

2074/6: From Bill Broyles—Various Drafts Sent By Broyles

2074/7: From Bill Broyles—Unsorted Research

2074/8: Paul Dickerson Material—“Paul Dickerson Studio 3/96” and “Paul Dickerson     Studio 3/97” VHS

2074/9: Paul Dickerson Material—“Paul Dickerson Memorial Service, Baldacci, New      York, 1997” VHS

2074/10: Paul Dickerson Material—“Paul Dickerson American Fine Arts Opening, July   21, 1998” VHS

2074/11: Paul Dickerson Material—Correspondence with Barbara Houlberg, Dickerson’s            Mother

 

BOX 2075 (18 of 43)

Box/Folder

“Paul Dickerson Material” Continued

2075/1: Paul Dickerson Material—“Barbara H./Paul D.” (1 of 2)

2075/2: Paul Dickerson Material—“Barbara H./Paul D.” (2 of 2)

2075/3: Paul Dickerson Material—National Institute of Drug Abuse Catalog

2075/4: Paul Dickerson Material—Fat “On Fire”1997 Issue Sent From Houlberg

2075/5: Paul Dickerson Material—Childhood Photographs of Dickerson and His Correspondence

2075/6: Paul Dickerson Material—projection Slides of Dickerson’s Installation Work

2075/7: Paul Dickerson Material—Correspondence With Houlberg On Dickerson’s Work

2075/8: Paul Dickerson Material—Dickerson’s Resume and Exhibits Featuring His Work

2075/9: Paul Dickerson Material—Street Wise, April-May 1999 Issue

2075/10: Paul Dickerson Material—Unsorted Correspondence with Barbara Houlberg on             Dickerson (1 of 5)

2075/11: Paul Dickerson Material—Unsorted Correspondence with Barbara Houlberg on             Dickerson (2 of 5)

2075/12: Paul Dickerson Material—Unsorted Correspondence with Barbara Houlberg on             Dickerson (3 of 5)

2075/13: Paul Dickerson Material—Unsorted Correspondence with Barbara Houlerg on   Dickerson (4 of 5)

2075/14: Paul Dickerson Material—Unsorted Correspondence with Barbara Houlberg on             Dickerson (5 of 5)

2075/15: Paul Dickerson Material—“Catalogue Copy”

2075/16: Paul Dickerson Material—Mary King Artwork at Dickerson Gallery

2075/17: Paul Dickerson Material—Various Art Magazines

 

BOX 2076 (19 of 43)

Box/Folder

“Misc. Slides” and “Miscellaneous Photos”

2076/1: Bowden’s Bachelor’s Degree from University of Arizona

2076/2: Bowden’s Master’s Degree from University of Wisconsin

2076/3: Bowden’s Master Class in Italian Cooking and Wine Appreciation Certificate

2076/4: Misc. Slides—“Chuck and Mexico City…”

2076/5: Misc. Slides—Unnamed Projection Slides

2076/6: Misc. Slides—“Chuck, Kevin, 1999 June”

2076/7: Misc. Slides—“Chuck 19993” Projection Slides

2076/8: Misc. Slides—Floppy Discs and Notes

2076/9: Miscellaneous Photos—“Historical Misc. Photographs-Not Relevant to Archive”

2076/10: Miscellaneous Photos—“Misc. Photos”

2076/11: Miscellaneous Photos—Unlabeled Photos and Unused Sheet Protectors

2076/12: “Awards” List

2076/13: “Proposal from Gianfranco Rosi, The Shab”

2076/14: “Art Show Catalogs”

 

BOX 2077 (20 of 43)

Box/Folder

2077/1: “Collection/Misc.”

2077/2: Information on Archive at Texas State University

2077/3: Information on Archive at Texas Tech University

2077/4: “Royalty Statements”

2077/5: “Articles About Chuck—Already in Archive”

2077/6: “Chuck’s Books/History/Writing by Mary Martha Miles”

2077/7: “Jesse Bowden/Chuck Bowden, Chuck’s Son by Debbie Niwa”

2077/8: “Molly Molloy” Writings

2077/9: “Sal and Suzie Martinez” Notes

2077/10: “Miscellaneous Chuck Writing” Plus CD Material (1 of 2)

2077/11: “Miscellaneous Chuck Writing” Plus CD Material (2 of 2)

2077/12: CD Material of Interviews with Bowden and Information on Juarez

2077/13: Business Cards

2077/14: Miscellaneous Notebooks

2077/15: Other Material Found on Bowden’s Desk

 

BOX 2078 (21 of 43)            

Box/Folder

“From Bill Broyles” Continued

2078/1: The Devil’s Highway Manuscript Signed by Author Luis Alberto Urrea

2078/2: The Devil’s Own Highway Manuscript Edited by Bowden and Broyles, Dated      August 1998 (1 of 2)

2078/3: The Devil’s Own Highway Manuscript Edited by Bowden and Broyles, Dated      August 1998 (2 of 2)

2078/4: The Devil’s Own Highway Manuscript Edited by Bowden and Broyles, Dated      August 1998 (1 of 2)

2078/5: The Devil’s Own Highway Manuscript Edited by Bowden and Broyles, Dated      August 1998 (2 of 2)

2078/6: The Devil’s Own Road Manuscript, Edited by Bowden and Broyles

2078/7: From Bill Broyles—“Waterloo Count, Heart Tork, June 23-27, 1986”

2078/8: From Bill Broyles—Miscellaneous Research

2078/9: Miscellaneous Research (1 of 4)

2078/10: Miscellaneous Research (2 of 4)

2078/11: Miscellaneous Research (3 of 4)

2078/12: Miscellaneous Research (4 of 4)

2078/13: Tales Told In Our Barrio b Tucson Unified School District, Dated 1984

 

BOX 2079 (22 of 43)            

Box/Folder

“From Bill Broyles” Continued

2079/1: From Bill Broyles—A Salt Walk Manuscript

2079/2: The Devil’s Own Road Manuscript, Edited by Bowden and Broyles

2079/3: A Journey In The Human Dilemma by Anthony Hendricks, with Correspondence

2079/4: Various Museum Catalogs

2079/5: The World In Pancho’s Eye Manuscript by J.P.S. Brown (1 of 3)

2079/6: The World In Pancho’s Eye Manuscript by J.P.S. Brown (2 of 3)

2079/7: The World In Pancho’s Eye Manuscript by J.P.S. Brown (3 of 3)

2079/8: Photographs of Remains of World Trade Center Taken By Eugene Richards

2079/9: Christmas Photograph Album Gifted to George Bowden, Dated 1929 (1 of 2)

2079/10: Christmas Photograph Album Gifted to George Bowden, Dated 1929 (2 of 2)

2079/11: “PBS Program Frontline Mexico Abric 97” VHS

2079/12: From Bill Broyles—Bound Report on SWCA Archaeology Site

2079/13: From Bill Broyles—Cruising El Camino Manuscript

2079/14: The Jaguar’s Shadow Manuscript for Bowden’s Comments

2079/15: Archaeology Study for Bowden’s Research

2079/16: Miscellaneous Bound Reports for Bowden’s Research

 

BOX 2080 (23 of 43)

Box/Folder

“Dreamland Drafts” Continued and “Bowden Reader Drafts” Continued

2080/1: Unlabeled Photographs

2080/2: Undergraduate Correspondence, Including Bowden’s Woodrow Wilson                            Fellowship

2080/3: Photograph of Bowden in His Backyard

2080/4: Photograph of Bowden’s Son and Ex-Wife, Jesse and Debbie Niwa

2080/5: High School Senior Portrait of Bowden

2080/6: Childhood Photographs of Bowden, Dated 1949-1954

2080/7: Photograph of Bowden’s Great Pyrenees Dog

2080/8: “The Beerman/Bowden Family Reunion” Photograph Album

2080/9: Dreamland Drafts—Review by Margaret Regan for Tucson Weekly, 2010

2080/10: Correspondence with Randolph J. Dial

2080/11: Bowden Reader Drafts—Miscellaneous Email Correspondence and Reviews

2080/12: Bowden’s Book Review for New Mexico Historical Review

2080/13: Inferno Drafts—Book Plates Sent By Michael Berman

2080/14: From Bill Broyles—Ice Ages In The Sonoran Desert Manuscript for Bowden’s Research

2080/15: FIXER: The Taking of Ajmal Naqshbandi DVD and Correspondence from Ian    Olds and Christian Parenti

2080/16: THC: Coffee, Casino on Reservations DVD

2080/17: The History Channel: Levees and Coffee DVD

2080/18: “Janis Live 1967 + 1970” DVD

2080/19: DVD of Alison Greene Lectures and Zachary Skinner Exhibition, Dated             February 2007

2080/20: “POV PBS August 1, 2006—Al Otro Lado, 1 Hr” DVD

2080/21: CD of Alice Leora Briggs’ Artwork, Dated 2007

2080/22: “Two Candles, 2008, Susan L. Jerez” CD

2080/23: DVD of Betty DeRanis Reading at Virginia Festival of Books, Dated June 2007

2080/24: Unlabeled CDs and Jump Drive

2080/25: “Journey to Supai”

2080/26: “Libya Visa” Documents with Water Damage

2080/27: Libyan Consult Documents

2080/28: Unsorted Material and Correspondence (1 of 2)

2080/29: Unsorted Material and Correspondence (2 of 2)

2080/30: Unlabeled Reporting Notebooks

2080/31: Reporting Notebooks, Undated

2080/32: “Botero #3, 7/07” Notebook

2080/33: “Set #2 Juarez” Projection Slides, 1997

 

BOX 2081 (24 of 43)             RESTRICTED

Box/Folder

“Restricted Tax Information”

2081/1: Restricted Tax Information—“2002 Taxes” (1 of 3)

2081/2: Restricted Tax Information—“2002 Taxes” (2 of 3)

2081/3: Restricted Tax Information—“2002 Taxes” (3 of 3)

2081/4: Restricted Tax Information—“2000 Taxes” (1 of 3)

2081/5: Restricted Tax Information—“2000 Taxes” (2 of 3)

2081/6: Restricted Tax Information—“2000 Taxes” (3 of 3)

2081/7: Restricted Tax Information—“1999 Taxes” (1 of 3)

2081/8: Restricted Tax Information—“1999 Taxes” (2 of 3)

2081/9: Restricted Tax Information—“1999 Taxes” (3 of 3)

2081/10: Restricted Tax Information—“2005” (1 of 3)

2081/11: Restricted Tax Information—“2005” (2 of 3)

2081/12: Restricted Tax Information—“2005” (3 of 3)

2081/13: Restricted Tax Information—“Reporter”

2081/14: Restricted Tax Information—“Receipts GQ, Emilio Gutierrez Story, Feb 2009”

 

BOX 2082 (25 of 43)             RESTRICTED

Box/Folder

“Restricted Tax Information”

2082/1: Restricted Tax Information—“2004” (1 of 3)

2082/2: Restricted Tax Information—“2004” (2 of 3)

2082/3: Restricted Tax Information—“2004” (3 of 3)

2082/4: Restricted Tax Information—“1996 Taxes” (1 of 3)

2082/5: Restricted Tax Information—“1996 Taxes” (2 of 3)

2082/6: Restricted Tax Information—“1996 Taxes” (3 of 3)

2082/7: Restricted Tax Information—“1998 Taxes” (1 of 2)

2082/8: Restricted Tax Information—“1998 Taxes” (2 of 2)

2082/9: Restricted Tax Information—“2008” (1 of 3)

2082/10: Restricted Tax Information—“2008” (2 of 3)

2082/11: Restricted Tax Information—“2008” (3 of 3)

2082/12: Restricted Tax Information—“2009”

 

BOX 2083 (26 of 43)             RESTRICTED

Box/Folder

“Restricted Tax Information”

2083/1: Restricted Tax Information—“2006” (1 of 3)

2083/2: Restricted Tax Information—“2006” (2 of 3)

2083/3: Restricted Tax Information—“2006” (2 of 3)

2083/4: Restricted Tax Information—IRS Documents, 2007

2083/5: Restricted Tax Information—“2003” (1 of 3)

2083/6: Restricted Tax Information—“2003” (2 of 3)

2083/7: Restricted Tax Information—“2003” (3 of 3)

2083/8: Restricted Tax Information—“2001 Taxes” (1 of 2)

2083/9: Restricted Tax Information—“2001 Taxes” (2 of 2)

2083/10: Restricted Tax Information—“1997 Taxes” (1 of 2)

2083/11: Restricted Tax Information—“1997 Taxes” (2 of 2)

 

BOX 2084 (27 of 43)             RESTRICTED

Box/Folder

“Restricted Tax Information”

2084/1: Restricted Tax Information—“2007” (1 of 3)

2084/2: Restricted Tax Information—“2007” (2 of 3)

2084/3: Restricted Tax Information—“2007” (3 of 3)

2084/4: Restricted Tax Information—“Miles, Mary Martha 2007”

2084/5: Restricted Tax Information—1990 Taxes

2084/6: Restricted Tax Information—“Tax Returns 1988”

2084/7: Restricted Tax Information—“1978 Income Tax”

2084/8: Restricted Tax Information—Tax Notebooks

 

Artifacts

BOX 2085 (28 of 43)            

Red, White, and Blue Mask

Beige Mask

Bowden’s Rednecks for Social Responsibility Trucker Hat

 

BOX 2086 (29 of 43)            

2003 Arizona Highways Magazine Silver Writing Excellence Award

2005 Arizona Highways Magazine Silver Writing Excellence Award

1999 International Center of Photography Publication Award

Metal Placard from Fernando Garza Martinez and Wooden Pedestal

1993 American Continental Corporation

1983 The Best of Gannett Award

Wooden Squirrel Figure [Broken]

Wooden Man Figure

“Words Payeth No Debts” Shakespeare Desk Nameplate (From His Second Wife Kathy   Dannreuther)

Pit Stop Nympho Candle

The Marijuana Mob Candle

Bowden’s Coffee Pot for Camping

 

BOX 2087 (30 of 43)            

The Woodsman Colt 22 Gun with Leather Holster Belt made by Bowden

Leather Holster with Belt Clip

Bowden’s Childhood Knife with Leather Cover

 

BOX 2088 (31 of 43)            

Santa Muerte Plaster Statue

Jesus Malverde Paper Mache Statuette

Tin Duck Toy

 

BOX 2089 (32 of 43)            

Very Male Statue from Roy Elson

Spotted Figure with Red Ears from Northwest Mexico

Cassette Recorder and Traveling Case

Blank Cassette

Bowden’s Two Rolodex Files

 

BOX 2090 (33 of 43)            

Bone Needle Inside Reeds [Bone Needle Broken]

Deer Hoof Whip

Bracelet

Various Things on Bowden’s Desk at His Death:

            Bullets

            Coins

            Two Necklaces of Jesus Malverde

            Eyeglasses and Case

            Watch of Historical Figures Faces

Expired Condom

Two Rubber Centipede Toys

Four Buttons

Prejean’s Restaurant Memorabilia Coin

Pass The Pigs Board Game

Hand carved Turtle Toy

Apple Hardware Device

Plastic Easter Egg

           

BOX 2091 (34 of 43)            

Leather Case of Gun-Cleaning Equipment

U. S. Army Handgun

Plastic-Wrapped Cross Altar Decoration

 

BOX 2092 (35 of 43) FRAGILE                 

Framed Tucson Firefighters Association 1983 Media Award

Framed Center for Biological Diversity 2004 Award

Framed Photograph of Jesus Malverde Altar

Framed Photograph of Jude Bowden

Framed Photographs of Charles Bowden, Debbie Niwa, and Son Jesse Bowden

Framed Needlework

Framed Photograph of Charles Bowden and Mother Berdina Bowden

Framed Photographs of Young Charles Bowden and Sister Peg Bowden

Framed Photograph of Debbie and Jesse Niwa

Framed Photograph of Gravel Path

 

BOX 2093 (36 of 43) Cassette Box             

Box/Folder

“Audio Cassettes”

“Charles Bowden, Nov 1988, Phone: 1. Anthology, 2. Canoe Trip Needles-Yuma, 3. Baja            Trip & Baja History, 4. Mt. Graham Issue, 5. Harley Shaw, 6. Own Books with      Bill Broyles”

“Charles Bowden, 2-21-89, Phone: 1. City Magazine, 2. House, with Bill Broyles”

“Charles Bowden, 11-88 and 2-27-89, Phone: 1. Sister, 2. Books, 3. Marc Gaede, Ed        Abbey, Merv Lanson, 4. Alamos, With Bill Broyles”

“Charles Bowden, March 1989, Phone: 1. Speech, 2. Abbey’s Wake, With Bill Broyles”

“Charles Bowden, March-April 1989, Phone: 1. Cabeza Prieta WWR 50th, 2. Books: SW Center Series, 3. Writing, With Bill Broyles”

“Charles Bowden, September 1989, Phone: 1. Hayden’s Book, 2. Our Proposed Desert     Book, 3. Follow-Up Call, With Bill Broyles”

“Charles Bowden, 9-13-89, Phone: On Julian Hayden and A Book, With Bill Broyles”

“Charles Bowden, Sept or Oct 1989, Phone: 1. Fracisquito, 2. Map Store in Hermosillo,   3. Julian Book Project, With Bill Broyles”

 

BOX 2094 (37 of 43) Oversized Newspaper Box              

Box/Folder

2094/1: Photographs of Bowden

2094/2: “Chuck’s Teenage Leatherwork”

2094/3: Tubac Villager, February 2008 Issue Featuring “Last Call For The Tumacori        Highlands” Essay

2094/4: “Jack Dykinga/Photo Dept”

2094/5: Photographs for Bowden’s National Geographic “The Leaving”

2094/6: Photograph of a Man Holding A Guitar by Lisa and Scott Carrier

2094/7: Photograph of Unidentified Man

 

BOX 2095 (38 of 43) Oversized Newspaper Box              

Framed Photograph of the Sea of Cortez Desert in Tucson

Framed Photograph of Bowden on a Green Peace Vessel

Framed Sidney Hillman Foundation 1996 Award

 

BOX 2096 (39 of 43) Oversized Newspaper Box              

Framed Napkin with Bowden’s Notes and Photograph of Jessie Niwa

Framed Drawing of Tarot Fool Figure by Edward Abbey

Framed Oil Painting by Kim Sanders

 

BOX 2097 (40 of 43) Oversized Newspaper Box              

Framed Cover of City Magazine

Framed Photograph of Charles Bowden Camping

 

BOX 2098 (41 of 43) Artifact

Desert Crossing Warning Sign From Goldwater Bombing Range in Southwestern Arizona

 

BOX 2099 (42 of 43) Artifact

Desert Crossing Warning Sign Facsimile

 

BOX 2100 (43 of 43) Artifact

Ax

 

Framed Art Case Materials

Row 5: Framed Photograph of a Woman Bowden and Dykinga Encountered in Juarez

Row 12: Framed Photograph of a Begging Child from Juarez [Cracked]

Row 15: Framed Photograph of a Man On A Tractor Outside of Juarez

Row 15: Framed Photograph of A Shack in Juarez

Row 15: Framed Photograph of a Juarez Brothel

 

Map case Materials

Drawer 24: Photograph of a Desert Mountain Range

Drawer 24: Sample Book Jackets for Trinity, Bowden Reader, and Exodus

 

Backlog Materials [398 Total]

Europe Between The Oceans by Barry Cunliffe

Two Novels of Mexico by Mariano Azuela

Mexican Year Book: 1920-1921 by Robert Cleland

The Border: Life On The Line by Douglas Kent Hall [Inlaid Item]

Villa and Zapata: A History of the Mexican Revolution by Frank McLynn [Inlaid Item]

The Big White Lie by Michael Levine [Inlaid Item]

Disorder and Progress: Bandits, Police, and Mexican Development by Paul Vanderwood

Adventures in the Unknown Interior of America by Cabeza De Vaca [Inlaid Item]

The Natural History of Baja California by Miguel del Barco

Deep Cover by Michael Levine

Andres Molina Enriquez: Mexican Land Reformer of the Revolutionary Era by Stanley    Shadle

The Border and the Revolution by Charles Harris III and Louis Sadler [Inlaid Item]

El Sexenio Me Da Risa: La Historia No Oficial by Grijalbo

Democracy in Mexico: Peasant Rebellion and Political Reform by Dan la Botz

Troublesome Border by Oscar Martinez [Inlaid Item]

Land of Lava, Ash, and Sand by Ronald Ives

Orozco in Gringoland: The Years in New York by Alejandro Anreus

Diplomacy and Revolution by Mark Gilderhus

The U.S.-Mexican Border Environment Anthology

Camp-Fires on Desert and Lava by William Hornaday

Sonora: A Description of the Province by Ignaz Pfefferkorn

The Diaries of John Gregory Bourke Compilation

Five Indian Tribes of the Upper Missouri by Edwin Thompson Denig

A Guide to Mexican Poetry by Irene Nicholson

Eating Stone by Ellen Meloy [Inlaid Item]

Civilized Man’s Eight Deadly Sins by Konrad Lorenz

Geographic Descriptions by Nicolas Cordona

The Last Wagon by Katie Lee VHS

Mexico: A Country in Crisis Anthology

Life In Mexico: Frances Calderon de la Barca Compilation

In the Days of Victorio: Recollections of a Warm Springs Apache by Eve Ball

Encyclopedia of Frontier Biography: Volume I by Dan Thrapp

Encyclopedia of Frontier Biography: Volume II by Dan Thrapp

Encyclopedia of Frontier Biography: Volume III by Dan Thrapp

The Columbus Story

Cricket in the Web by Paula Moore [Inlaid Item, Signed by Author]

Viva Mexico! By Charles Macomb Flandrau

The Black Seminoles by Kenneth Porter

Massacre on the Gila by Clifton Kroeber and Bernard Fontana

Profile of Man and Culture in Mexico by Samuel Ramos

The Almadas and Alamos by Albert Stagg

Hard Line: Life and Death on the U.S.—Mexico Border by Ken Ellingwood

Just Memories by Roy Drachman [Signed by Author]

Mexican Democracy: A Critical View by Kenneth Johnson

From Cowtown to Desert Metropolis by Roy Drachman

Submersion Journalism: Reporting in the Radical First Person From Harper’s Magazine             Anthology [Inlaid Item]

The Way We Work: Contemporary Writings from the American Workplace Anthology

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The Tarahumara: An Indian Tribe of Northern Mexico by Bennett and Zingg

Alvar Nunez Cabeza De Vaca: Volumes I, II, and III [Slipcase Edition]

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Reflex A Vik Muniz Primer [Signed by Author]

Them by Francine Du Plessix Gray

Desperados: Latin Drug Lords, U.S. Lawmen, and the War America Can’t Win by Elaine             Shannon [Inlaid Item]

The Very Hard Way: Bert Loper and the Colorado River by Brad Dimock [Signed by       Author]

Revolution of Hope: The Life, Faith, and Dreams of a Mexican President by Vicente Fox             and Rob Allyn

Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman by James Gleick

GeoEpoche Magazine [German]

Scream: La Frontera Mexico Americana Border Narrative Poetry by Sylvia Ernestina      Vergara [Inlaid Item]

The Daughters of Juarez: A True Story of Serial Murder South of the Border by Teresa    Rodriguez [Inlaid Item]

O Plata o Plomo?: The Abduction and Murder of DEA Agent Kiki Camarena by James    Kuykendall

Taliesin West Pamphlet

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Imparted Thoughts by Miss Lucy Yakey

Political Essay On The Kingdom of New Spain by Alexander Von Humboldt

Mules, Mines, & Me In Mexico: 1895-1932 by James M. Day

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Insurgent Mexico by John Reed

Mexico: The Day of the Dead Poster Set

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Susanna’s Secret or The Lost Mozart Letters by Lawrence Clark Powell [Signed By         Author]

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La CIA En Mexico by Manuel Buendia [Inlaid Item]

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Angels Burning: Native Notes from the Land of Earthquake and Fire by Thomas Sanchez

Border Boom Town: Ciudad Juarez Since 1848 by Oscar Martinez

Fay: Two Commemorations of The Death and Life of Fay Ellen Powell by Lawrence                     Clark Powell [Inlaid Item]

Desert River Crossing: Historic Lee’s Ferry On The Colorado River by W. L. Rusho and             C. Gregory Crampton

Cuando Pudimos No Quisimos by Carlos Ramirez

Alternating Current by Octavio Paz

The Other Mexico: Critique of the Pyramid by Octavio Paz

Pass of the North: Four Centuries on the Rio Grande, Volume I by C. L. Sonnichsen

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A Mormon Chronicle: The Diaries of John D. Lee 1848-1876, Volume I

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Charles Bowden: A Descriptive Bibliography Compiled by W. E. Bartholomew [41 of      100 Limited Copies]

Men in a Developing Society” Geographic and Social Mobility in Monterrey, Mexico by Jorge Balan, Harley Browning, Elizabeth Jelin

Hammond International Map of Sicily

Touchstone Anthology of Contemporary Creative Nonfiction: Work from 1970 to the        Present [Inlaid Item]

The Best American Essays 1999 Anthology

Kill The Messenger by Nick Schou

Neon Metropolis: How Las Vegas Started the Twenty-First Century by Hal Rotham          [Signed By Author]

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Down By The River Advance Uncorrected Proof by Charles Bowden

Killing the Buddha: A Heretic’s Bible by Peter Manseau & Jess Sharlet

Desierto: Memories of the Future by Charles Bowden

Literary Nevada: Writings from the Silver State Anthology

The Training Ground: Grant, Lee, Sherman, and Davis In The Mexican War, 1846-1848 by Martin Dugard      

Students for a Democratic Society: A Graphic History by Harvey Pekar and Gary Dumm

TriQuarterly 133: Strong Medicine Anthology

Catalogue Twenty-Eight for Ken Sander’s Rare Books Catalog

Mexico, A Biography of Power: A History of Modern Mexico, 1810-1996 by Enrique        Krauze

The Way to the Western Sea: Lewis & Clark Across The Continent by David Lavender

San Jose de Gracia: Mexican Village in Transition by Luis Gonzalez

Travels in the Interior of Mexico: In Baja California and Around the Sea of Cortes by      Lieutenant R. W. H. Hardy

Drug Lord: The Life and Death of a Mexican Kingpin by Terrence Poppa              [Signed by Author]

Drug Lord: The Life and Death of a Mexican Kingpin by Terrence Poppa

These United States Anthology

Blues for Cannibals: The Notes from Underground by Charles Bowden

Rudo Ensayo: A Description of Sonora and Arizona in 1764 by Juan Nentvig

The Mayo Indians of Sonora: A People Who Refuse to Die by N. Ross Crumine

The Best American Crime Reporting 2010 Anthology

The Best American Crime Reporting 2010 Anthology

Down By The River: Drugs, Money, Murder, and Family by Charles Bowden                                [Advance Uncorrected Proof]

Down By The River: Drugs, Money, Murder, and Family by Charles Bowden

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Kill The Messenger: How the CIA’s Crack-Cocaine Controversy Destroyed Journalist      Gary Webb by Nick Shou [Inlaid Item]

TriQuarterly 133: Strong Medicine Anthology

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In The Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer by Heinar Kipphardt

The Deadliest Woman in the West: Mother Nature on the Prairies and Plains 1800-1900 by Rod Beemer

Tuscon: The Life and Times of an American City by C. L. Sonnichsen

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Western Apache Raiding and Warfare by Grenville Goodwin

Backcountry Pilot: Flying Adventures with Ike Russell [Inlaid Item]

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache by Grenville Goodwin

War, Revolution, and the Ku Klux Klan by Shawn Lay

All the Time a Newspaper: The First 100 Years of The Arizona Republic  by Earl Zarbin

Memoirs of Pancho Villa by Martin Luis Guzman

Arizona: A History by Thomas E. Sheridan

Six White Horses by Gaylord Dold [Signed By Author]

Pictures of Holm: Photographs and Poems of Tuscon, Arizona, and the Southwest by Bill            Holm [Signed By Author]

The Collected Works of Billy The Kid by Michael Ondaatje

Southwest Museum Papers: The Seri by A. L. Kroeber

Rainhouse and Ocean Speeches for the Papago Year by Underhill, Bahr, Lopez, Pancho, and Lopez

Voices from the Pimeria Alta Anthology

The Short Swift Time of Gods on Earth by Donald Bahr, Juan Smith, William Smith         Allison, and Julian Hayden [Signed By Author]

Among Turtle Huters & Basket Makers: Adventures with the Seri Indians by David           Burckhalter

Viva Guadalupe! By Jacqueline Orsini Dunnington

Dining at the Lineman’s Shack by John Weston

Hard Line: Life and Death on the U.S.-Mexico Border by Ken Ellingwood [Inlaid Item]

Mickey Free: Apache Captive, Interpreter, and Indian Scout by Allan Radbourne

Hopitutuwutsi: Hopi Tales by Herschel Talashoma, Ekkehart Malotki, and Anne-Marie                Malotki [Inlaid Item]

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Wisdom Sits In Places: Landscape and Language Among The Western Apache by             Keith Basso

The Kickapoos: Lords of the Middle Border by A.M. Gibson

Great White Fathers: The Story of the Obsessive Quest to Create Mt. Rushmore by John Taliaferro

Hopi Photographers, Hopi Images by Younger and Masayesva

Of Earth and Little Rain: The Papago Indians by Bernard Fontana [Signed by Author]

Games of the North American Indians by Stewart Culin

A Portal to Paradise by Alden Hayes

Resting in Paradise by Alden Hayes

The Naval Department of San Blas: New Spain’s Bastion for Alta California and Nootka 1767 to 1798 by Michael Thurman

The Trees of Sonora. Mexico by Richard Felger, Matthew Johnson, and Michael Wilson   [Signed by Author]

The American Cowboy by Lonn Taylor and Ingrid Maar

The Gloryland by Drew Signor [Singed by Author]

Tarahumara: Where Night is the Day of the Moon by Bernard Fontana

Amphibians and Reptiles of Baja California: Including Its Pacific Islands and the Islands             in the Sea of Cortes by L. Lee Grisner [Signed by Author]

The Presidio and Militia on the Frontier of New Spain 1570-1700 by Thomas Naylor and             Charles Polzer [Inlaid Item]

Unknown Mexico: Explorations and Adventures Among Tarahumare, Tepehuane, Cora,   Huichol, Tarasco and Aztec Indians: Volume One by Carl Lumholtz

Unknown Mexico: Explorations and Adventures Among Tarahumare, Tepehuane, Cora,  Huichol, Tarasco and Aztec Indians: Volume Two by Carl Lumholtz

Arizona Wilderness by The Arizona Wilderness Coalition [Inlaid Item]

Revolutionary Mexico: The Coming and Process of the Mexican Revolution by John         Mason Hart

Strange Empire by Joseph Kinsey Howard

Difficult and Dangerous Roads: Hugh Clappeton’s Travels in Sahra and Fezzan 1822-     1825 by Jamie Bruce-Lockhart and John Wright

If I Die in Juarez by Stella Pope Duarte

Visiones Y Espejismos: La Sabiduria de las Arenas by Gabriel Trujillo Munoz      [Signed by Author]

Visiones Y Espejismos: La Sabiduria de las Arenas by Gabrial Trujillo Munoz

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At Large: The Life and Crimes of Randolph Franklin Dial by Charles Sasser

James McLaughlin: The Man With an Indian Heart by Louis Pfaller

Ethnology and Linguistics of Baja California by Miguel del Barco

Cocaine: White Gold Rush in Peru by Edmundo Morales

Teresita by William Curry Holden

The Life and Times of Pancho Villa by Freidrich Katz [Inlaid Item]

The Mexican Shock: Its Meaning for the U.S. by Jorge Castaneda

The Mexican Border Cities: Landscape Anatomy and Place Personality by Daniel            Arreola and James Curtis

I Am The Market: How to Smuggle Cocaine By the Ton, in Five Easy Lessons by Luca      Rastello [Inlaid Item]

The Silver of the Sierra Madre: John Robinson, Boss Shepherd, and the People of the       Canyons by John Mason Hart [Inlaid Item]

Revolution On The Range: The Rise of a New Ranch in the American West [Signed by      Author]

Arizona Highways 1984 by Charles Bowden

Arizona Highways 1985 by Charles Bowden

Pancho Villa: La Construccion del Mito by Miguel Angel Berumen

Arizona Odyssey by David Goodman

Paper Medicine Man: John Gregory Bourke and His American West by Joseph Porter

The Original Journal of Charles Larpenteur: My Travels to the Rocky Mountains Between 1833 and 1872 by Charles Larpenteur

Unknown Island: Seri Indians, Europeans, and San Esteban Island in the Gulf of California by Thomas Bowen [Inlaid Item]

American Massacre: The Tragedy at Mountain Meadows, September 1857 by Sally          Denton [Signed by Author]

Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Conditions of North American Indians   by George Catlin [Inlaid Item]

Whiskey, Six-Guns, and Red-Light Ladies: George hand’s Saloon Diary, Tucson, 1875-    1878 by Neil Carmony [Signed by Author]

How the Nature Weather Has Changed Factor History by Erik Durschmied

Blue Mesa Review: Cruzando Fronteras, Literature from the Borderlands Anthology

Captives and Cousins: Slavery, Kinship, and Community in the Southwest Borderlands     by James Brooks

Arizona’s Dark and Bloody Ground by Earle Forrest

Cycles of Conquest: The Impact of Spain, Mexico, and the United States on the Indians of            the Southwest, 1533-1960 by Edward Spicer

The Yuma: Indians of North America by Robert Bee

Handbook of American Indians, North of Mexico, Part 1 by Frederick W. Hodge

Handbook of American Indians, North of Mexico, Part II by Frederick W. Hodge

La Capital: The Biography of Mexico City by Johnathan Kandell

Historia Grafica de Mexico 1325-1970, IV by Gustavo Casasola [Signed by Author]

Mexico Tourist Road Atlas: Generation 2000

La Mirada Desenterrada: Juarez y El Paso Vistos Por El Cine (1896-1916) by     Willivaldo Delgadillo and Maribel Limongi

Ejidos and Regions of Refuge in Northwestern Mexico by N. Ross Crumrine and Phil        Weigand

The Missions of Northern Sonora: A 1935 Field Documentation by Buford Pickens

Ringside Seat to a Revolution: An Underground Cultural History of El Paso and Juarez   1893-1923 by David Dorado Romo [Signed by Author, Inlaid Item]

The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Plants: Ethnopharmacology and its Applications by     Christian Ratsch

Mexican Indian Costumes by Donald and Dorothy Cordry

Questions  & Swords: Folktales of the Zapatista Revolution by Simon Ortiz and Elena      Poniatowskaby Eduardo Galeano

Posada: Printmaker to the Mexican People [Inlaid Item, Signed by Author]

J. G. Posada: Messenger of Mortality by Peter Wollen, Jean Charlot and Diego Rivera

Nino Fidencio: A Heart Thrown Open by Dore Gardner

The Story of Colors by Subcomandante Marcos

Frontera De Extremos: Frontier of Extremes by Heribeto Montes de Oca               [Signed By Author]

City In Crisis by Iris Kelso

Mexican Suite: A History of Photography in Mexico by Olivier Debroise

Barberia: Barber Shops of the Borderlands by Roy Jacobson [Signed by Author]

Credo: Ground Zero by Charles Bowden

Arizona Highways April 1925 Issue

Callville: Head of Navigation by Stanley Paher and Roy Purcell

United States & Mexican Boundary Survey, Volume I, II (Part I), and Volume III (Part II)            by William Emory [Slipcase Edition]

Firsts: The Book Collector’s Magazine February 2008 Issue

The Very Hard Way: Bert Loper ad the Colorado River Advance Reading Copy by Brad Dimrock [Inlaid Item]

The National Geographic Magazine February 1955 Issue

The Insider’s Guide to the Colleges by The Yale Daily News

Beaver Trilogy DVD by Trent Harris

Generation Kill Miniseries DVD

Roy Ellison: Oral History Interviews by Senate Historical Office [Inlaid Item]

Tertiary History of the Grand Canyon District by Clarence Dutton [Slipcase Edition]

Open Veins of Latin America: Five Centuries of the Pillage of a Continent by Eduardo     Galeano

Cassell’s New Conpact Spanish Dictionary

Death of a Saint Maker: A Texana Jones Mystery by Allana Martin

Bordering on Chaos: Mexico’s Roller-Coaster Journey Toward Prosperity by                   Andres Oppenheimer

A Handbook of Mexican Roadside Flora by Charles Mason Jr. and Patrician Mason

The Other Mexico: The North American Triangle Completed by John Warnock

The University of Chicago Spanish Dictionary

Mexico: Class Formation, Capital Accumulation, and the State by James Cockcroft

Travelers’ Tales Mexicoby James O’Reilly and Larry Habegger

Massacre in Mexico by Elena Poniatowska

The Mexicans: A Personal Portrait of a People by Patrick Oster

Alvaro Obregon: Power and Revolution in Mexico, 1911-1920 by Linda Hall

Liberators: Latin America’s Struggle for Independence by Robert Harvey

Land and Society in Colonial Mexico: The Great Hacienda by Francois Chevalier

Escalating Disputes: Social Participation and Change in the Oaxacan Highlands by         Phillip Parnell

The People of Sonora and Yankee Capitalists by Ramon Eduardo Ruiz

Pancho Villa: Facing History by Celia Herrera

Conversations with Moctezuma: Ancient Shadows Over Modern Life in Mexico by Dick   J. Reavis

Chasing Villa by Colonel Frank Tompkins

Emilio Kosterlitzky: Eagle of Sonora and the Southwest Border by Cornelius Smith

Mexico’s Leaders: Their Education & Recruitment by Roderic Camp

Entrepeneurs and Politics in Twentieth Century Mexico by Roderic Camp

Por Las Rutas del Desierto by Valdemar Barrios Matrecito

Campos Del Fuego by El Pinacate

Borderlander: The Life of James Kirker, 1793-1852 by Ralph Adam Smith

The River Has Never Divided Us: A Border History of La Junta de los Rios by Jefferson   Morgenthaler

Deep Desert Blues by Rawclyde [Signed by Author]

Phoenix: The History of A Southwestern Metropolis by Bradford Luckingham

Frozen Fauna of the Mammoth Steppe: The Story of Blue Babe by R. Dale Guthrie           

Science Encounters the Indian, 1820-1880: The Early Years of American Ethnology by    Robert Bieder

Papagos and Politics by Peter Blaine and Michael Adams [Signed by Author]

Papago-English Dictionary by Dean Sexton, Lucille Saxton, and Susie Enos

Piman Shamanism and Staying Sickness by Donald Bahr, Juan Gregorio, David Lopez,    and Albert Alvarez

One World Journeys: Presentation of One World Journeys to Toyota Motor Corporation by Unknown

Sources and Treatment of the Folklore Theme in the Novel Lola Casanova by Francisco   Rojas Gonzalez by Edith Lowell

Past, Present, Future by The Second Gila County Courthouse

A Place Called Sunnyside by Roberta Lamma

The Journal of Arizona History Summer 1985 Issue [Inlaid Item]

The Journal of Arizona History Summer 1985 Issue

Q. I. A. How Come? A History of the Quartzsite Improvement Association by Mary Allen

Quartzsite Arizona: No Ordinary Place by Leland Fritz

On the Road to Nowhere: A History of Greer, Arizona by Karen Miller Applewhite

Del Rancho Al Barrio: The Mexican Legacy of Tucson by The Mexican Heritage Project

Lost Mines and Prospectors’ Lore by Bill Keiser

The 1887 Earthquake in San Bernadino Valley, Sonora: Historic Accounts and Intensity   Patterns in Arizona by Susan DuBois and Ann Smith

Steamboats on the Colorado River 1852-1916 by Richard Lingenfelter

Cocopa Ethnography by William Kelly

Cochise County Arizona, Past and Present by Ervin Bond

The Tucson Citizen: A Century of Arizona Journalism by Don Schellie

Bisbee: Queen of the Copper Camps by Lynn Bailey

Politics, Fear, and the Arizona Connection by William Hester

The Kiva April 1970 Issue

God Gave Us This Country: Tekamthi and the First American Civil War by Bil Gilbert     [Inlaid Item]

A Southwestern Land Scam: The 1859 Report of the Mowry City Association by L. Boyd Finch

Captivity of the Oatman Girls by R. B. Stratton

The Holly and the Fleece by Lawrence Clark Powell

Island of Books by Lawrence Clark Powell

Island of Books by Lawrence Clark Powell

Yuman Tribes of the Gila River by Leslie Spier

Wild Horses: A Turn of the Century Prairie Girlhood by Eva Pendelton Henderson           [Signed by Author]

The Commerce of the Prairies by Josiah Gregg

Wilderness of the Gila by Elizabeth McFarland

On The Rim: Looking for the Grand Canyon by Mark Neumann

Social Organization of the Papago Indians by Ruth Murray Underhill

Papago Indian Religion by Ruth Murray Underhill

Man and Wildlife in Arizona: The America Exploration Period 1824-1865 by Goode        Davis Jr.

A Legacy of Change: Historic Human Impact on Vegetation in the Arizona Borderlands   by Conrad Joseph Borderlands

A World Lit Only By Fire: The Medieval Mind and the Renaissance by William    Manchester [Inlaid Item]       

There’s No Jose Here Advance Reading Copy by Gabriel Thompson [Inlaid Item]

Predatory Bureaucracy: The Extermination of Wolves and the Transformation of the        West by Michael Robinson [Signed by Author]

The Doing of the Thing: The Brief Brilliant Whitewater Career of Buzz Holmstrom by      Vince Welch, Cort Conley, and Brad Dimrock [Signed by Author]

John Muir and His Legacy: The American Conservation Movement by Stephen Fox

The Railway Journey: The Industrialization of Time and Space in the 19th Century by       Wolfgang Schivelbusch

The Gila Wilderness: A Hiking Guide by John Murray

The Wood Carvers of Cordova, New Mexico: Social Dimensions of an Artistic “Revival”              by Charles Briggs

Todo Empezo El Domingo: Dibujos De Alberto Beltran by Elena Poniatowska [Signed by            Author]

Jeff Milton: A good Man with a Gun by J. Evetts Haley

Audubon’s Western Journal 1849-1850 by John Woodhouse Audubon

The Journal of Arizona History Spring 1983 Issue

Tough Times in Rough Places: Personal Narratves of Adventure, Death and Survival on the Western Frontier by Neil Carmony and David Brown [Signed by Author]

The Daughters of Juarez: A True Story of Serial Murder South of the Border Advance      Uncorrected Proof by Teresa Rodriguez [Inlaid Item]

Journal of the Southwest Winter 2006 Issue [Inlaid Item]

Navajo Taboos by Ernie Bulow [Signed by Author]

A Papago Traveler: The Memories of James McCarthy by James McCarthy

Apaches & Longhorns: The Reminiscences of Will C. Barnes by Will Croft Barnes

Tombstone: An Iliad of the Southwest by Walter Noble Burns

The Comanche Empire by Pekka Hamalainen

Water in the Hispanic Southwest: A Social and Legal History 1550-1850 by Michael        Meyer [Inlaid Item]

The Holly and the Fleece by Lawrence Clark Powell

Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Conditions of North American Indians   by George Catlin

Mukat’s People: The Cahuilla Indians of Southern California by Lowell John Bean

The Cahuilla Indians by Henry James

The Reaper’s Line: Life and Death on the Mexican Border by Lee Morgan II

Spirit Mountain: An Anthology of Yuman Story and Song by Leanne Hamilton and            Lucille Watahomigie

Journal of the Southwest Autumn-Winter 1997 Issue

Yaqui Resistance and Survival: The Struggle for Land and Autonomy, 1821-1910 by         Evelyn Hu-DeHart

Navaho Religion: A Study of Symbolism by Gladys Reichard

Rim of Christendom: A Biography of Eusebio Francisco Kino, Pacific Coast Pioneer by   Herbert Eugene Bolton

The South Corner of Time: Hopi Navajo Papago Yaqui Tribal Literature by Larry Evers

The Legend of the Grand Canyon by Gloria Sproul

Bordertowns by Marc Gaede

The Hopi Photographs: Kate Cory, 1905-1912 by Barton Wright, Marnie Gaede, and       Marc Gaede

Toward Integrated Research, Land Management, and Ecosystem Projection in the            Malpai Borderlands: Conference Summary by United State Department of    Agriculture

Waste of the West: Public Lands Ranching by Lynn Jacobs [Signed by the Author]

The Seri Indians of Bahia Kino and Sonora, Mexico by W. J. McGee

People of the Desert and Sea: Ethnobotany of the Seri Indians by Richard Stephen Felger            and Mary Beck Moser

Hohokam and Patayan: Prehistory of Southwestern Arizona by Randall McGuire and       Michael Schiffer

First Through Grand Canyon: The Secret Journals and Letters of the 1869 Crew Who      Explored the Green and Colorado Rivers Uncorrected Proof Review Copy by           Michael Giglieri

LBJ: The White House Years by Harry Middleton [Signed by Author]

Exodus/Exodo by Charles Bowden and Julian Cardona

Friar Bringas Reports to the King: Methods of Indoctrination on the Frontier of New       Spain 1796-1797 by Daniel Matson and Bernard Fontana

Sundance: The Robert Sundance Story by Robert Sundance and Marc Gaede

The Desert: Literature of the American Wilderness by John Van Dyke

Yaqui Deer Songs, Maso Bwikam: A Native American Poetry by Larry Evans and Felipe Molina [Inlaid Item]

National Geographic October 2009 Issue

Autobiography of a Yaqui Poet by Refugio Savala

Empire of Sand: The Seri Indians and the Struggle for Spanish Sonora, 1645-1803 by       Thomas Seridan

In The Land of Cave and Cliff Dwellers: Travels Among the Tarahumara Indians of          Chihuahua 1888-1889 by Frederick Schwatka [Inlaid Item]

The Last of the Seris: The Aboriginal Indians of Kino Bay, Sonora, Mexico by Dane and   Mary Coolidge [Inlaid Item]

The Pima Indians by Frank Russell

Trails to Tiburon: The 1894 and 1895 Field Diaries of W. J. McGee by Hazel McFeely    Fontana

Ancient Hunters of the Far West: New Evidence of Our Prehistoric Peoples—Their          Trails, Weapons, and Sleeping Circles by James Copley

Images: Jack Dykinga’s Grand Canyon with Charles Bowden and Wayne Ranney by                    Jack Dykinga

Images: Jack Dykinga’s Grand Canyon with Charles Bowden and Wayne Ranney by                    Jack Dykinga

City Magazine of Tucson, Arizona 1986-1987 by Charles Bowden [Inlaid Item]

City Magazine of Tucson, Arizona 1987-1988 by Charles Bowden [Inlaid Item]

City Magazine of Tucson, Arizona September 1987 Issue

City Magazine of Tucson, Arizona Winter 1986 [Prototype Edition]

A Sense of Water: Teaching Materials for Secondary Grades by Southern Arizona Water Resources Association [Inlaid Item]

A Sense of Water: Teaching Materials for Secondary Grades by Southern Arizona Water Resources Association

Native American Tribal Law by N. E. H. Public Program Grant Application

Cultural and Environmental History of Cienega Valley Southeastern Arizona by Frank     Eddy and Maurice Cooley

Resource Reconnaissance of the Gran Desierto Region, Northwestern Sonora, Mexico by             Larry Alden May

The Geology of the Cabeza Prieta Game Range by Hilah Simmons

Cultural Pluralism in the Southwest by N. E. H. Public Program Grant Application

The Economic Impact of Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument by the University of       Arizona

Zuni Fetishes by Frank Hamilton Cushing

The Kiva February 1968 Issue

Gila Centennials, Inc. Historical Celebration and Pageant Bound Report

The Kiva Spring-Summer 1973 Issue

Impacts of Population Growth in Eastern Pima County, Arizona by Sierra Club                 Rincon Group

Wars’R’Us: How You and I Can Help Stop the Violence by Otis Carney

Cabeza Prieta: National Wildlife Range Report

Orion Nature/Culture/Place Magazine November-December 2009 Issue

Orion Nature/Culture/Place Magazine November-December 2009 Issue

The History of the Future/La Historia del Futuro by Michael Berman, Julian Cardona,     Charles Bowden, Exequiel Ezcurra

The History of the Future/La Historia del Futuro by Michael Berman, Julian Cardona,     Charles Bowden, Exequiel Ezcurra

Mother Jones July-August 2009 Issue

Mother Jones July-August 2009 Issue

Internazionale Magazine [Italian Edition]

XXI Vingtetun 2009 Issue [French Edition]

The Smoke Signal Spring 1961 Issue

The Smoke Signal Fall 1962 Issue

The Smoke Signal Fall 1965 Issue

The Smoke Signal Fall 1971 Issue

The Smoke Signal Spring and Fall 1986

The Smoke Signal Spring and Fall 1988

Finding Arivaca by Arivaca Community Historians

Arizona Highways February 1958 Issue

The Cahuila Indians of Southern California by Lowell Bean and Harry Lawton

Buckskin Bulletin Fall 1985 Issue

Teacher to the Mojaves: The Experiences of George W. Nock by Henry Pickering Walker

XXI Vingtetun 2009 Issue

Poemas De La Vida y De La Muerte by Marco Jerez [Bilingual Edition] [Inlaid Item,        Signed by Author]

Journal of the Southwest, Volume 43, Number 3

Journal of the Southwest, Volume 43, Numbers 1 & 2

Journal of the Southwest, Summer and Autumn 2007 Preview Keepsake

Tucson, Arizona, City Magazine, January 1989 Issue