Series: Know Your America Program

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Alaska by David W. Lantis
America's Farms and Ranches by John Fraser Hart
America's Favorite Vacation Spots by Richard Joseph
Los Angeles by David W. Lantis
Arizona and New Mexico by Richard F Logan
Arkansas and Missouri by James E. Collier
Aviation in America by Ben Butterfield
Boston by Alice Taylor
California by David W. Lantis
Chicago by Evelyn Irons
The Dakotas by Charles B Varney
Dallas by Tom L. McKnight
Denver by Harold Arthur Hoffmeister
Electric Power by John A. Miller
Florida by Richard Joseph
Georgia by Robert B. Marcus
Hawaii by Richard Joseph
Historic Cities by John R. [from old catalog] Dunkle
Illinois and Indiana by John Fraser Hart
Indians of the Southwest by Ruth Murray Underhill
Iron and Steel by Donald R Barton
Kansas by Evelyn Irons
Kentucky and Tennessee by John Fraser Hart
Maryland and Delaware by Alice Taylor
Miami by Sigismond deR Diettrich
Michigan by American Geographical Society
Mines and Mining by Clark I Cross
The Mississippi River by Richard Dunlop
The Mountain States by Harold Arthur Hoffmeister
National Monuments by Ben Butterfield
National Scenic Vacationlands by Nelson Beecher Keyes
Nebraska and Iowa by Eileen Teclaff
Nevada and Utah by Rhoda L Heinecke
New England by Richard Joseph
New Jersey by Evelyn Irons
New Orleans by Peggy Mann
New York by Alice Taylor
New York City by Alice Taylor
Ohio by Henry L. Hunker
Oklahoma by Harry E. Hoy
Our Nation's Capital by Helene Hanff
Pacific Northwest by Samual Dicken
Pennsylvania by Rhoda L Heinecke
Philadelphia by Alice Taylor
Railroads by John C. Weaver
Salt Lake City by Harold Arthur Hoffmeister
San Francisco by James Jerome Parsons
The Signing of the Constitution by Helene Hanff
South Atlantic States by Edward John Long
St. Louis by Richard Dunlop
Texas by Evelyn Irons
The Twin Cities by John R. Borchert
U. S. Military Academy West Point by Dr. Sidney Forman
U.S. Air Force Academy by Lawrence C Landis
U.S. Naval Academy Annapolis by E. John Long
Wisconsin and Minnesota by John C. Weaver

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