From the issue: “The striking study of the old Indian chief on our cover page was taken in the land of the Pueblos, the Moqui Country, many years ago.” The issue was almost entirely comprised of portraits of Arizona’s Native Americans. It doesn’t mention who took this photo, though.
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Rock formations in Chiricahua National Monument, Southeastern Arizona. Photograph by Josef Muench. “Miles of roads and trails reveal to the visitor all the beauty and fantastic formations of the Wonderland of Rocks,” the issue says. “The Wonderland is peopled by a million odd characters, admirably cast in this tableau of stone.”
From the issue: “A modern steel span takes the place of the ancient foot bridge across the Salt River on U.S. Highway 60 north of Globe.” The accompanying story notes that the construction of this stretch of U.S. 60, from Globe to Show Low, “has provided many problems for all concerned and has required almost every type of road building equipment in popular use today.”