Desert Magazine 1956 Entire Year Set 12 Issues
Desert Magazine 1956 Entire Year Set of 12. Articles in this collection include:
- Story of the Dunnigan family of Tonopah, Nevada, and the mercury mine they discovered in the 1920s and developed into one of the few continuous producers of mercury in the U.S.
- Life among the Goshute Indians on the Nevada-Utah border
- Plans for a do-it-yourself solar water heater
- Profile of cartoonist Fred Harman of Albuquerque, creator of the "Red Ryder" comic strip
- An article of Jemez Hot Springs, located near the Jemez Indian Pueblo in New Mexico
- Illustrated article on Native American artist Pablita Velarde
- The story of Desert Christ Park in the desert above Yucca Valley, California
- Profile of the noted Santa Fe artist Olive Rush
- Decorating for Christmas with desert plants
- Numerous articles on desert wildlife and plant life, and on gardening in the desert
Condition ranges from acceptable to good. Several issues have water staining; on one issue there is considerable water staining, and one has some spots of mildew staining on back cover and a couple of back pages; a lot of staining on back cover of one issue; on two issues, the covers have completely detached from the binding and are included loose with the magazine.
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