January starts off the year with BASS FISHING, Esther Henderson photographer, Emery Kolb
February highlights HOPI Eagles, the distinguished Arizonan W. Roy Wayland and venemous creatures of Arizona.
March brings winds and clouds. And Tucson’s Arizona Boy’s Choir.
April revealed Arizona’s hidden TOPOCK swamp and more obscure West Clear Creek, Davis Dam and SAMUEL COLT
May explores Southeast Arizona, Beaver. Big Lake in the White Mountains and TROUT FISHING.
June’s issue tours Indian lands and introduces SYCAMORE Canyon
July is about dancing, HOPI SNAKE DANCE, Barry GOLDWATER photos, Arizona’s Giant Joshuas, NAVAJO, cat fishing
August focuses on HOPI people. Also Charles M. Russell, Tucson Mountain Park, and open range prayer groups.
September features one of Arizona’s most famous citizens, Lew Douglas. Plus Tucson’s Trego House, Autumn photography, and the famous Battleship ARIZONA.
October reveals Welson and Mohawk waterways, Easterner Jack Speiden, desert tortoise, Death Valley, a murder and hanging.
November opens with gun smith John Browning, spectacular Arizona snow photos, the SALAD BOWL, famous artist PETER HURD, and explains the GADSDEN PURCHASE.