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197409 Desert Magazine 1974 September

197409 Desert Magazine 1974 September

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SEPTEMBER, 1974 75c
ICD 08256
¥*<
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Tainter oj tfie
Many art critics consider John Hilton the foremost painter of desert scenesof theWest. His oils are hung in galleries throughout the United States andare constantly in demand. Desert Magazine has a limited supply of prints ofhis painting entitled "Contrasts" showing sand dunes covered with desertwildflowers and the Santa Rosa Mountains in the background.This beautiful four-color print is 11x17 inches on high quality mat paperwith two-inch margins, ideal for framing. Available to Desert Magazinereaders, mailed rolled, in a tube, for only $3.00, including tax and postage.Send check to DESERT, Contrasts, Box 1318, Palm Desert, Calif. 92260.
 
WILLIAM KNYVbl I,
Publisher-tditor
GEORGE BRACA,
Art
Director
MARY FRANCES STRONG,
Field Trip Editor
ENID
C.
HOWARD,
Associate
Editor
F.
A.
BARNES,
Utah
Associate
Editor
GLENN VARGAS,
Lapidary Editor
K.
L.
BOYNTON,
Naturalist
MARVEL BARRETT,
Circulation Manager
DuviL
Volume
37,
Number
9
MAGAZINE
SEPTEMBER
1974
CONTENTS
THE COVER:David Muench
of
SantaBarbara, Calif., framesthe
old
mission
at
Tuma-cacori National Monu-ment,
in
southern Arizona
FEATURES
ARIZPE ADVENTURE
8
Roger Mitchell
THE ROCKHOUND
AND THE
DESERT PLAN
12
Mary Frances Strong
FLASH FLOOD!
16
Clyde
H.
Smith
A BIRD
AND A
BERRY
20
K. L.
Boynton
LONELY MASONIC
24
Larry Phillips
ROCK
ART IN THE
COSO RANGE
26
Helen Walker
DEEP SPRINGS VALLEY
32
Mary Frances Strong
NANA'S FINEST PUT-ON
36
John
S.
Southworth
DEPARTMENTS
PEEK
IN THE
PUBLISHER'S POKE
4
William Knyvett
BOOKS
FOR
DESERT READERS
6
Book Reviews
DESERT LIFE
30
Hans Baerwald
RAMBLING
ON
ROCKS
42
Glenn
and
Martha Vargas
LETTERS
TO THE
EDITOR
46
Readers'Comments
CALENDAR
OF
WESTERN EVENTS
46
Club Activities
EDITORIAL, CIRCULATION AND ADVERTISING OFFICES: 74-109 LarreaSt., Palm Desert, California92260. Telephone Area Code 714 346-8144.Listed
in
Standard Rate and Data. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: United States, Canada and Mexico;
1
year,$6.00;
2
years, $11.00;
3
years, $16.00. Otherforeign subscriber!] add $1.00
U. S.
currency
for
each year. See Subscription Order Form
in
this issue. Allow five weeks
for
change
of
address
and
send both new and
old
addresses with
zip
codes. DESERT Magazine
is
published monthly. Second class postage paid
at
Palm Desert, California
and
at additional mailing offices under
Act
of
March
3,
1879. Contents copyrighted
1974
by
DESERT Magazine
and
permission
to
reproduce
any
or all
contents must be secured
in
writing. Manuscripts and photographs will
not be
returned unless accompanied
by a
self-addressed, stamped envelope.
Desert/September 1974

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