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2011/02 Moments, March 2011

Tempe, Arizona; Phoenix, Arizona.

Registration for the Resilience 2011 meeting at Arizona State U., in Memorial Union. Signs that Arizona does not observe Daylight Savings Time theoretically gives participants one less excuse to be late for those 8 a.m. starts (Tempe, AZ, Friday)
Registration for the Resilience 2011 meeting at Arizona State U., in Memorial Union. Signs that Arizona does not observe Daylight Savings Time theoretically gives participants one less excuse to be late for those 8 a.m. starts (Tempe, AZ, Friday) 20110311
Chief style blanket, first phase, 1995, Nellie Shorty Begay, a Navajo weaver. Touring collection as part of reception for the Resilience 2011 conference, with 700 new acquaintances (Heard Museum, Phoenix) 20110312
Chief style blanket, first phase, 1995, Nellie Shorty Begay, a Navajo weaver. Touring collection as part of reception for the Resilience 2011 conference, with 700 new acquaintances (Heard Museum, Phoenix) 20110312

70/66 Mark McGwire/Sammy Sosa, 1999 painting by Jack E. Guth of Jerome, Arizona, part of the Cactus League Experience Highlights, Phoenix Airport Museum 20110316 0545
70/66 Mark McGwire/Sammy Sosa, 1999 painting by Jack E. Guth of Jerome, Arizona, part of the Cactus League Experience Highlights, Phoenix Airport Museum 20110316 0545
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