Arizona organized crime collection, 1920-1999.


Arizona organized crime collection, 1920-1999.

Arizona organized crime collection, 1920-1999.

Consists of memos, newspaper articles and book chapters initally collected by John Doherty, researcher and archivist for the editorial department of the Phoenix newspaper, The Arizona republic.

13.5 ft.

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