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Kearney, Chelly

2012 2.17148 [Comment.] In: GTS river trip fun [feature]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 25(2)(Summer):16-17. [Guides Training Seminar.]
Kearns, Dave

2001 2.14886 Grand masters of hype need to chill out. In: Wire Windows [column]. Network World, 18(47)(November 19):18. [Begins with note of relaxing at Grand Canyon, placing things in perspective.]
Kearsley, Lisa

1993 2.3784 Volunteers in the Grand Canyon. Colorado River Studies Office, Newsletter, 7:8.

1993 2.3785 Volunteers in the Grand Canyon. Glen Canyon Environmental Studies Update, (Winter):3.
Keating, Bern

1976 2.7720 Chopper! The illustrated story of helicopters in action. Chicago, New York, and San Francisco: Rand McNally and Co., 223 pp. (see pp. 67-69, 161-162).
Keats, Helen Snow

no date 2.11971 (compiler) Songs of Grand Canyon Lodge, 1929; North Rim--Grand Canyon National Park. [No imprint], [38] pp.
Keedinlihii, Janek

2011 2.15302 [Comments.] In: Memories and photos from the 2011 GTS river trip. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 24(2)(Summer):18. [Guides Training Seminar.]
Keeler, K. F

1930 2.15537 Memorandum on treaty rights of the United States and Mexico in Colorado River. In: U.S. 71st Congress, 2nd Session, House Document 359, pp. 234-283.
Keeler, K. F.

1930 2.3786 Memorandum on the Convention of November 12, 1884, and navigation of the Colorado River. In: U.S. 71st Congress, 2nd Session, House Document 359, pp. 192-233.
Keeling, Patricia Jernigan

1976 2.14703 (ed.) Once upon a desert; a Bicentennial project. Barstow, California: Mojave River Valley Museum Association, 260 pp.

1994 2.14704 (ed.) Once upon a desert; a Bicentennial project. Barstow, California: Mojave River Valley Museum Association, 281 pp.
Keene, James

1996 2.3787 Looking at community with 20/20 vision. Colorado Plateau Advocate, (Summer):7.
Kegley, Howard C.

1914 2.16007 Money saving equipment. The National Builder, (August):87-88. [See p. 88, quoting J. Koenig, reference to Koenig having worked with electric saws on the Santa Fe depot at Grand Canyon.]
Kegley, Max

1940 2.3788 Point Sublime. Arizona Highways, (September):24-25. [Pictorial.] >Mon. 8: 1-65<
Kehaly, William

2007 2.20334 Axion Racing; we see you there. U.S. Department of Defense, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Urban Challenge Technical Paper, 24 pp. (Axion Racing, Westlake Village, California; Team ID B142.) [DARPA Urban Challenge, autonomous vehicle design. Test facilities include Salton Sea area.]
Keigwin, A. Edwin

1922 2.14857 The meaning of life. New York: George H. Doran Co., 260 pp. [Grand Canyon anecdote, p. 181.]
Keil, Annelie

2013 2.21001 Die Trommel des Schamanen; im matten Schein des Mondes schaute mich stumm das Gesicht eines alten Indianes an und lehrte mich: Der Mensch kann alle Stimmen hören und die eigene erheben. Publik-Forum (Oberursel, Germany), (19):52-53. [Begins with note of Colorado River trip through Grand Canyon.]
Keillor, Garrison

2000 2.18486 Walking down the canyon. Time, (July 31):.

2003 2.9486 Love me; a short story. Atlantic Monthly, (April):115-. [See p. 120, passing reference to Grand Canyon.]
Keim, de B. Randolph

1879 2.17640 Keim's illustrated hand-book. Washington and its environs: A descriptive and historical hand-book of the capital of the United States of America. Washington City: For the compiler, 13th ed. (Corrected to January, 1879), 252 pp. [See p. 105, notice of the Thomas Moran painting, Chasm of the Colorado (1874), hanging in the hallway of the Senate Chamber in the U.S. Capitol. Includes a floorplan, p. 104.]

1884 2.14283 Keim's illustrated hand-book. Washington and its environs: A descriptive and historical hand-book of the capital of the United States of America. Washington, D.C.: For the compiler, 20th ed. (Corrected to December, 1883). [See p. 105, notice of the Thomas Moran painting, Chasm of the Colorado (1874), hanging in the hallway of the Senate Chamber in the U.S. Capitol. Includes a floorplan, p. 104.]
Keiser, W. G.

1962 2.20751 1913 trail companions. In: Letters From Our Readers [section]. Desert Magazine, 25(6)(June):9. [In response to article by Ulysses S. Grant, IV, in March issue (see Item no. 2.20750).]
Keithley, Ralph

1949 2.3790 Buckey O'Neill . . . he stayed with 'em while he lasted. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, Ltd., 247 pp. [Ellipsis is part of title.] >Mon. 8: 1-65< FQ10A:44 FQ11:219A [1st], 219B [2nd printing] FQ11A:80 [2nd printing]
Kelland, Clarence Budington

1938 2.3791 Arizona--the ideal vacation land of the world. Arizona Highways, (August):18-34. >Mon. 8: 1-65<

1938 2.14296 Arizona's canyon. In: Letters to the Editors. Life, 5(2)(July 11):2. [One of three letters printed regarding an error in the June 27 issue that indicated the Grand Canyon is in the State of Colorado (other letters are from R. C. Stanford, Governor of Arizona, and from the Mayor of Wickenburg, Arizona, Harold Sullivan. Editorial apology follows.]
Keller, Gerard

no date 2.18919 Amerika in beeld en schrift. Naar het Verre Westen. Amsterdam: Uitgevers-Maatschappij "Elsevier", 192 pp. [See "De kloven van de Colorado", pp. 175-181.]
Keller, Jennifer

2001 2.12177 Reflections: Observing at the Grand Canyon Star Party. SACNews (Saguaro Astronomy Club, Glendale, Arizona), 25(8)(August):2, 8.
Keller, L. Lynn

2008 2.11504 Equipment haul to Phantom Ranch; the Grand Canyon National Park Service called Western River Expeditions in the spring of 1980 asking if the company would be willing to haul some heavy equipment from Lee's Ferry to Phantom Ranch. Grand Canyon River Runner, no. 6 (Spring):6-7.

2011 2.19943 A river runner's life. [No place]: The author, 244 pp. + CD-ROM in pocket. [Autobiography of owern and CEO of Western River Expeditions. CD-ROM is performance of "Ghost Riders in the Sky" by Stan Jones, performed by Keeter Stuart, nephew of Jones.]
Keller, Rosanne

1988 2.3792 Pilgrimage to Havasupai. Arizona Highways, (April):4-9. >Mon. 8: 1-65<
Kellett, Michael

2010 2.15151 Edward Abbey and the restoration of Glen Canyon. In: deRosset, Sue Ring (managing ed.), Matter Journal 13; Edward Abbey. Fort Collins, Colorado: Wolverine Farm Publishing, pp. 186-191.
Kelley, C. A.

1904 2.20062 The Grand Canyon of the Colorado. Northwestern Christian Advocate (Chicago), 52(11)(March 16):15-17.
Kelley, Donald G.; Edgemond, John W.; and Chick, William D.

1931 2.3793 Three scout naturalists in the national parks. New York: Brewer, Warren and Putnam, 237 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-29<
Kelley, Matt

1998 2.3794 Grand Canyon West offers an Indian view of the canyon. Flare (Arizona Daily Sun), (October 29):A13.
Kellogg, Day Otis

1897 2.19175 (ed.) New American supplement to the latest edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica; a standard work of reference in art, literature, science, history, geography, commerce, biography, discovery and invention. Volume I. New York and Chicago: Werner Company, 642 pp. [See "Arizona", pp. 229-232; Grand Canyon, p. 230.]
Kellogg, Kate

1993 2.18988 Promoting appreciation for plants and the biosphere. LSAmagazine (University of Michigan, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts), 17(1)(Fall):20-24. [See p. 21, note of "rather heroic specimen-gathering expeditions", notably that of Elzadu U. Clover and Mary Lois Jotter in the "Colorado River Canyon"; as quoted from Harley H. Bartlett, director of the Matthaei Botanical Gardens. Brief note.]
Kellogg, Louise Phelps

1925 2.17139 The French régime in Wisconsin and the Northwest. Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 474 pp. (Publications of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Wisconsin History Series, Volume 1.) [See pp. 29-30, notice of Cárdenas and Grand Canyon.]

2007 2.17140 The French régime in Wisconsin and the Northwest. Westminster, Maryland: Heritage Books, 474 pp. [Facsimile reprinting of Kellogg (1925).]
Kellogg, Sarah Winter

1898 2.15630 Homesteads for our soldiers. The Christian Register (Boston), (August 25):961-962 (15-16 of concurrent pagination for issue). [Lower Colorado River lands proposed for farmable homesteads for U.S. soldiers.]
Kellogg, Vernon L.

1902 2.14778 Introduction. In: P., W. W. [Price, William W.], Three hundred miles on the Colorado River; an account of a hunting, camping and exploring trip by the boys of Agassiz Hall. Alta, California: Agassiz Hall, pp. 1-7. (Western Adventures, No. 1.)
Kelly, Charles

1938 2.3795 The Outlaw Trail; a history of Butch Cassidy and his wild bunch. [Privately printed.]

1938 2.3796 (ed.) Journals of John D. Lee, 1846-47 and 1859. Salt Lake City: Western Printing Co., 244 pp. (Privately printed for Rolla Bishop Watt, San Francisco.) [250 copies.] >Mon. 8: 1-65< FQ17:228

1942 2.3798 River gold. Desert Magazine, (October):15-17. >Mon. 8: 1-65<

1943 2.3799 Lee's Ferry on the Colorado. Desert Magazine, (November):5-8. >Mon. 8: 1-66< FQ11:581 [issue]

1944 2.3800 Sand waves. Arizona Highways, (April):36-39. >Mon. 8: 1-66<

1945 2.3801 The three who lost. Desert Magazine, 8(6)(April):4-6. [William H. Dunn, Seneca Howland, and O. C. Howland of the 1869 Powell expedition.] [See also letter from G. K. Dunkel, and Kelly’s reply, (8)(June):27.] >Mon. 8: 1-66<

1945 2.19991 Antoine Leroux--Pathfinder. Desert Magazine, 8(12)(October):5-9.

1945 2.19985 [Reply to letter from G. K. Dunkel.] In: Letters [section]. Desert Magazine, 8(8)(June):27. [Regarding the article by Kelly in April issue (see Item no. 2.3801).]

1946 2.3802 John D. Lee's lost gold mine. Desert Magazine, (August):9-11. >Mon. 8: 1-66<

1949 2.3804 Walter Clement Powell, 1850-1883. In: The exploration of the Colorado River and the High Plateaus of Utah in 1871-72. Utah Historical Quarterly, 16-17:253-255. >Mon. 8: 1-29<

1959 2.3805 The Outlaw Trail; a history of Butch Cassidy and his wild bunch. New York: Bonanza Books, 374 pp. [Revised, enlarged version of 1938 ed.]

1968 2.20810 He had three wives. In: Letters and Answers [section]. Desert Magazine, 31(9)(September):43. [In response to Arnold Tilden's article on Lee's Ferry in the July issue (see Item no. 2.6327).]

1984 2.3806 (ed.) Journals of John D. Lee, 1846-47 and 1859 (introduction by Charles S. Peterson). Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, xxviii, 244 [251] pp. [Includes facsimile printing of 1938 ed., pp. 1-244.] >Mon. 8: 1-66< FQ4:89 FQ13:264
Kelly, Edward J.

1931 2.3807 Our famous ghost cities. Arizona Highways, 7(11):8-9, 22.
Kelly, Elizabeth Vitton, and Slepian, Curtis

1998 2.3808 TIME for Kids summer fun extra! [No imprint], 16 pp. (copyright Time, Inc.). [". . . Americans eat enough ice cream each year to fill the Grand Canyon." (p. 2)]
Kelly, R. J., and Duren, George B.

1921 2.18059 Personally conducted form ocean to ocean; the motor car enters the lists against the railway as an agent of transcontinental touring in our far-flung land. (Illustrations by B. G. Seielstad.) Motor (New York), 36(2)(July):30, 86. [Grand Canyon and Needles, in passing, p. 86.]
Kelly, Tim

1966 2.3809 Norman Foster's Brighty of the Grand Canyon; a classic motion picture from the classic children's book. Arizona Highways, 42(5):inside front cover, 1, 2-9. (Illustrations by Wesley Dennis from the book "Brighty of the Grand Canyon" by Marguerite Henry.) >Mon. 8: 1-66<
Kelly, William

1851 2.13379 An excursion to California over the prairie, Rocky Mountains, and great Sierra Nevada. With a stroll through the diggings and ranches of that country. London: Chapman and Hall, 2 volumes, 342, 334 pp. [See Vol. I, p. 266, chapter abstract mentions “Grand Canon”, which is not mentioned anywhere else by this name, but pertains to a text passage on pp. 273-274, apparently relating to the Humboldt River; Vol. II, pp. 2-3, "Rio Colarado [sic] or Red River" and notice of "vague narratives of adventurous trappers [who reported] stupendous falls and cañons".]

1854 2.15443 L'émigration par terre en Californie. Voyage du Fort Independence sur le Missouri aux lavages d'or de la Californie, en traversant les Montagnes Rocheuses. Par William Kelly, Esq. 1849. Nouvelles Annales des Voyages et des Sciences Géographiques (Paris), new series, 39(3):55-77.
Kelsey, D. M.

1888 2.16877 Our pioneer heroes and their daring deeds. The lives and famous exploits of De Soto, Champlain, La Salle, Smith, Standish, Boone, Kenton, Brady, Crockett, Bowie, Houston, Carson, Harney, Custer, California Joe, Wild Bill, Buffalo Bill, Miles, Crook, and other hero explorers, renowned frontier fighters, and celebrated early settlers of America, from the earliest times to the present. Philadelphia: H. L. Warren and Co., 672 pp. [See Chapter 16, Kit Carson.]
Kelsey, Harry

1998 2.9464 Spanish entrada cartography. In: Reinhartz, Dennis, and Saxon, Gerald D. (eds.), The mapping of the entradas into the greater Southwest. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, pp. 56-106.
Kelsey, Robin

2007 2.17572 Archive style; photographs and illustrations for U.S. surveys, 1850-1890. Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press, 273 [274] pp.
Kelso, Tessa L.

1899 2.13954 [Comment.] In: Woods, G. K. (compiler), Personal impressions of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado River near Flagstaff, Arizona, as seen through nearly two thousand eyes, and written in the private visitors' book of the world-famous guide Capt. John Hance, guide, story-teller, and path-finder. San Francisco: Whitaker and Ray Co., for G. K. Woods, Flagstaff, A.T., p. 87.
Kemble, John Haskell

1963 2.3810 To Arizona by sea. Los Angeles Westerners Brand Book, Book 10, Los Angeles Corral, 1963. Los Angeles: The Los Angeles Westerners, pp. 137-152. FQ12:51 [volume]
Kemp, Egon

1976 2.20609 (ed.) America in maps dating from 1500 to 1856. (Translated from German by Margaret Stone and Jeffrey C. Stone.) New York and London: Holmes and Meier, 15 pp., 45 maps in 1 volume, in slipcase. [1200 numbered copies.]
Kemp, James Furman

1913 2.16051 The appeal of the natural sciences. Columbia University Quarterly, 16(1)(December):1-15. [See pp. 11-12, brief note of Thomas Moran and Clarence Dutton at Grand Canyon 30 years earlier, and their unique expressions of Grand Canyon.]
Kemper, Maryalice

1995 2.3811 Grand Canyon Suite. Arizona Highways, 71(8):3. [Letter to the Editor.]
Kemper, Steve

2001 2.8129 Clippety-clopping along; thanks to several dozen surefooted beats of burden, tiny Supai, Arizona, gets its mail every weekday. Smithsonian, 31(12)(March):38-40.
Kempler, Steve

2005 2.10336 Evolution on trial. Smithsonian, 36(1)(April):52- (see p. 59, in passing).
Kempster, Jano

1992 2.3812 All women's trip. Hibernacle News, 1992:17. [Item signed "Jano".]

1994 2.3813 Where the stern line ends . . . Hibernacle News, 1994:19. [Ellipsis is part of title.]
Kemsley, William, Jr.

1977 2.18096 Wildlife country; how to enjoy it. Washington, D.C.: National Wildlife Federation, 208 pp. [See "A Family Backpack in the Grand Canyon".]

1978 2.3814 A family backpack in the Grand Canyon. Backpacker, 6(1)(February)(25):cover, 2, 37-42, 74-78. >Mon. 8: 1-29<

1980 2.3815 Grand Canyon in winter. National Parks and Conservation Magazine, 54(October):16-18. >Mon. 8: 1-29<

1980 2.3816 Step by step through the Grand Canyon. Sierra, 65(January/February):55-57. >Mon. 8: 1-66<
Kendall, Calvin N.

1916 2.16213 (ed.-in-chief) Pictured knowledge; visual instruction practically applied for the home and school. Vol. I (Mrs. Eleanor Atkinson, associate ed.; A. W. Abrams, Director of Visual Instruction). Chicago: Compton-Johnson Co., 486 pp. [Grand Canyon, see pp. 188-192.]
Keneally, Thomas

1992 2.3817 The place where souls are born; a journey into the American Southwest (introduction by Jan Morris). New York: Simon and Schuster, 249 pp.
Kennard, J. R.

1928 2.3818 The pioneers and southern Utah. Improvement Era, 32(1)(November):2-11. [Includes North Rim of Grand Canyon.]
Kennedy, Barry

2011 2.16203 Hello from Las Vegas. By: Barry Kennedy N1EZH. Spectrum (Whitman Amateur Radio Club, Whitman, Massachusetts), (November):6. [Includes note and photos of visit to Hoover Dam.]
Kennedy, Carol

1997 2.8366 A letter to an alum. Transitions (Prescott College), (Fall):15.
Kennedy, John W.; Lynch, John S.; and Wooley, Robert L.

1982 2.19544 Patton's Desert Training Center. Journal of America's Military Past, 12(2)(47)(December):3-4.
Kennedy, Nancy

1950 2.8095 (compiler) Ford treasury of favorite recipes from famous eating places. New York: Simon and Schuster, 252 pp. [See El Tovar Hotel, p. 204.]
Kennedy, Robert F., Jr.

2008 2.11541 Preface. In: Davis, Wade, Grand Canyon; river at risk. San Rafael, California: Earth Aware Editions, pp. 9-10.
Kennedy, Robert F., Jr., and Edmaier, Bernhard

2007 2.11081 Looking down on creation. Life (Weekend newspaper supplement), (February 9):11-12. [See Little Colorado River gorge, p. 11.]
Kenney, Laura

2007 2.12476 Indian Wars staff ride educates GMD soldiers. Army Space Journal, (Winter):32-35. [Ground-based Midcourse Defense, 100th Missile Defense Brigade. Grand Canyon, in passing, pp. 32-33.]
Kenny, Gill, and Thure, Karen

1984 2.3819 Arizona. [Chicago]: Skyline Press, 88 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-66<
Kenny, Ray

1993 2.3820 The only one they call the Grand. Earth, (May):42-49.
Kent, Angie

2012 2.17853 It's a wide open road; on an American road trip, the real adventure can bejust getting there in one piece. Paradise Magazine (Apollo Camper), (October):20-21. [Includes Grand Canyon, p. 21.]
Kent, John L.

1946 2.13075 Your national parks are ready. Popular Mechanics, 86(1)(July):106-111.
Ker, Edmund Thomas

1911 2.3821 River and lake names in the United States. New York: Woodstock Publishing Co., 47 pp. (see Colorado, p. 18).
Kerbey, J. Orton

1905 2.13089 Paso del Pongo Mainique; carta que dirige el mayor norteamericano J. Arton Kerbey, á su Ministro en Lima, desde el río Mishagua, con fecha agosto 31 de 1897, dando cuenta de su expedición del Cuzco al Urubama é Iquitos, y de su paso del Pongo de Mainique con solo dos compatriotas suyos y sin auxilio de indios.--Con anexos. Sociedad Geográfica de Lima, Boletín, 17 (Año 15, Trim. 3):264-273 (see p. 267).
Kerckhoff, Mary Ben

1976 2.15049 The Old Customhouse (Quartermaster's residence at Yuma Crossing). Yuma, Arizona: Assistance League of Yuma, 53 pp.

1983 2.15050 The Old Customhouse; Quartermaster's residence at Yuma Crossing. Yuma, Arizona: Sun Printing Co., 2nd ed., 53 pp.
Kerig, Dorothy Pierson

1988 2.3823 Yankee enclave: The Colorado River Land Company and Mexican agrarian reform in Baja California, 1902-1944 [abstract of Ph.D. dissertation]. Dissertation Abstracts International, 50(1A):238.

1988 2.3822 Yankee enclave: The Colorado River Land Company and Mexican agrarian reform in Baja California, 1902-1944. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Irvine, 495 pp. [^2.3823^ Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 50(1A):238.]
Kerns, Noel

2013 2.20536 Nightwatch; painting with light. [Darlington, County Durham, United Kingdom]: Carpet Bombing Culture, [unpaginated]. [Chiefly color photography. Includes scences in Salton Sea area.]

2014 2.20537 Noel Kerns; Nightwatch. f11 (Auckland, New Zealand), (30)(March):44-81. [Excerpts from Nightwatch (see Item no. 2.20536). See photograph, pp. 76-77, "Salton Seating--Decayng furniture, Salton Sea Beach, California, USA 2011."]
Kerp, Heinrich

1904 2.14528 Die Aussereuropäischen Erdteile nebst den deutschen Kolonien. Trier: Verlag der Fr. Lintz'schen Buchhanlung, 356 pp. (Methodisches Lehrbuch einer begründend-vergleichenden Erdkunde. Mit begünder Darstellung der wirtschafts- und Kulturgeogrphie. Einleitender Teil: Die Methodik des erdkundlichen Unterrichts. (2 Aufl. 1902.) Band III.) [See pp. 270-272.]

1907 2.14530 Die Außereuropäischen Erdteile nebst den deutschen Kolonien. 2 . und 3. Auflage. Trier: Verlag der Fr. Lintzschen Buchhandlung, 383 pp. (Methodisches Lehrbuch einer begründend-vergleichenden Erdkunde. Mit begünder Darstellung der wirtschafts- und Kulturgeogrphie. Einleitender Teil: Die Methodik des erdkundlichen Unterrichts. 2 Aufl. 1902.Ochsenius, Carl
Kerr, Elaine

2010 2.14384 A Scot on the rocks. In: Letters to the Editor [section]. Arizona Highways, 86(9):4.
Kerr, William J.

1894 2.13192 Mathematical science. I. Outline of mathematics. The Contributor (Salt Lake City), 15(3)(January):157-164. [See pp. 162-163, trigonometry problem illustrated by establishing the height of a cliff at Toroweap.]
Kerry, Bob

1999 2.3824 [Excerpt.] In: O'Reilly, Sean, O'Reilly, James, and Habegger, Larry (eds.), Grand Canyon; true stories of life below the rim. San Francisco: Travelers' Tales, p. 34. [Excerpt as filler, from text of Kerry and Muench (1994).]

2003 2.9355 Buck Farm inscription? The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 7(4):3.
Kerry, Bob, and Muench, Marc

1994 2.3825 A pilgrimage to Zoroaster; rock-climbing in the Grand Canyon. Arizona Highways, 70(2):cover, 1, 4-11.
Kessel, Dmitri

1944 2.18331 The Colorado. Life, 17(October 23):.
Kesselheim, Alan S.

1996 2.3826 Riding the spike. Canoe and Kayak, 25(5)(October):34.

1998 2.3827 Private trip journal. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association), 2(2)(May):2-3.

1998 2.3828 A century of Grand Canyon glory. Canoe and Kayak, 26(4)(August):50-57.
Kessell, John L.

1970 2.3829 The making of a martyr: the young Francisco Garcés. New Mexico Historical Review, 45:181-196.

1973 2.3830 Spaniards, environment, and the Pepsi generation. Historian, 36:87-91

1979 2.3831 Kiva, cross and crown. Washington, D.C.: U.S. National Park Service, 587 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-66<

1979 2.3832 Spaniards, environment, and the Pepsi generation. In: Weber, David J. (ed.), New Spain's far northern frontier; essays on Spain in the American West, 1540-1821. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. [Reprinted with minor modifications from Kessell (1973).]

1989 2.3833 Spaniards, environment, and the Pepsi generation. In: Weber, David J. (ed.), New Spain's far northern frontier; essays on Spain in the American West, 1540-1821. Dallas, Texas: Southern Methodist University Press, pp. 287-291 [with editor's introduction, pp. 285-286] (see p. 287).

1990 2.3834 Bolton's Coronado. Journal of the Southwest, 32(1):83-96.
Ketelsen, Dean

1995 2.12736 Grand Canyon Star Party. SACNews (Saguaro Astronomy Club, Phoenix, Arizona), (217)(February):4.
Keton, Jeannette S.

2003 2.20451 Everything old is new again for retired Captain Robert Wilson; from war to furlough to flying again. Flightline (Allied Pilots Association, American Airlines), (Spring):12-12-13, 29. [See p. 12, note of Army Air Corps pilot Wilson assigned to the South Pacific during World War II. "They flew there together across the Grand Canyon, where, Wilson recalls, they ducked their new B-25 Mitchell aircraft under a cable stretched across one end." (entire note; no details)]
Ketter, Clarke

2008 2.20483 Outline of a Cold War mission: The National Stockpile Sites and operational storage sites. Cold War Times (Cold War Museum and Cold War Veterans), 8(3)(August):21-23. [Regarding nuclear weapons storage. See pp. 22, 23, notes in passing of Lake Mead Base (Site Love), Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, a National Stockpile Site.]
Kevcon, Inc.; and U.S. National Park Service

2012 2.20594 North Shore Entrance Station Lake Mead, Clark County, Nevada. Design Cost Data, (September/October):18-20.
Keyes, Charles R.

1921 2.14856 When Hopkins Geology was in flower. Johns Hopkins Alumni Magazine, 9(3)(March):204-212. [Department of Geology. See p. 211, reminiscence of being invited (by telegram) to travel to Grand Canyon with "the venerable Doctor [Theodor] Tschernyschew"; but Keyes was away, and Tschernyschew died shortly later.]
Keyes, Nelson Beecher

1957 2.3835 America's national parks; a photographic encyclopedia of our magnificent natural wonderlands. Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Co., Inc., 256 pp. (see pp. 65-80). >Mon. 8: 1-66<

1957 2.3836 National scenic vacationlands. Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Co., Inc., 64 pp.

1958 2.3837 National scenic vacationlands. Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Co., Inc., 64 pp.

1963 2.3838 National scenic wonderlands. Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Co., Inc., 64 pp.

1967 2.3839 National scenic vacationlands. Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Co., Inc., 64 pp.
Keys, M. J.

1899 2.13850 [Comment.] In: Woods, G. K. (compiler), Personal impressions of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado River near Flagstaff, Arizona, as seen through nearly two thousand eyes, and written in the private visitors' book of the world-famous guide Capt. John Hance, guide, story-teller, and path-finder. San Francisco: Whitaker and Ray Co., for G. K. Woods, Flagstaff, A.T., p. 31.
Keyserling, Hermann

1921 2.13568 Das Reisetagebuch eines Philosophen. Zweiter Band. Darmstadt: Otto Reichl Verlag, 5th ed., pp. 411-886 + advertisements. (“Gedruckt in der Spamerschen Buchdruckerei zu Leipzig”.) [See “Am Gran Cañon des Colorado”, pp. 759-764.]

1925 2.16847 The travel diary of a philosopher (J. Holroyd Reece, translator). New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 2 volumes, 338, 400 pp. [Numerous eds. and printings.]
Keyworth, Jim

2003 2.9461 Jim Weeks . . . an old time cowboy that handcrafts saddles. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society magazine), 14(3)(July/September):10-11. [Ellipsis is part of title.]
Khan, Sarah

2003 2.12648 Grand Canyon. In: Field Trips [section]. Plants and People (Society for Economic Botany Newsletter, Lawrence, Kansas), 17(Fall):11. [Cursory report.]
Kicanas, Gerald F., and Guerrero Macías, José Isidro

no date 2.20464 Pastoral statement on farmworkers. [Tucson, Arizona]: [Roman Catholic] Diocese of Tucson, 8 pp. [By the Bishops of Tucson, Arizona, and Mexicali, Baja California.]

no date 2.20465 Declaración pastoral sobre los trabajadores agrícolas. [Tucson, Arizona]: [Roman Catholic] Diocese of Tucson, 8 pp. [By the Bishops of Tucson, Arizona, and Mexicali, Baja California.]
Kida, Jeff

2009 2.12384 Q&A: Susanne Mathia. Arizona Highways, 85(11):9.

2010 2.13202 A soft touch. Arizona Highways, 86(5):9. [Photographer Patty DiRienzo.]

2010 2.14385 (ed.) A Goldwater family album. Arizona Highways, 86(9):cover, inside front cover, 16-29. [See brothers Bob and Barry Goldwater with automobile on Navajo Bridge, p. 29.]

2011 2.17969 Dawn Kish rocks. Arizona Highways, 87(11)(November):9. [Includes Dawn Kish photo, "A climber stands beneath a boulder near Lees Ferry."]

2013 2.17980 Making the papers. In: The Journal [section]. Arizona Highways, 89(2)(February):9. [Richard Jackson of Hance Partners, a fine-art printing firm. Illustrated with a Gary Ladd photograph of Marble Canyon viewed from Nankoweap granaries.]

2013 2.18470 (ed.) Rim shots! A portfolio. Arizona Highways, 89(5)(May):cover, inside front cover, 16-25, back cover. [Kaibab Plateau views by Shane McDermott, Jack Dykinga, and Tom Bean.]
Kida, Jeff, and Benford, Sally

2010 2.14611 (eds.) Arizona then and now; a portfolio. Arizona Highways, 86(11):cover, inside front cover-1, 18-33, 56.
Kida, Jeff, and Burcham, John

2012 2.16398 Getting to the bottom of this. In: The Journal [section]. Arizona Highways, 88(1)(January):9. [Burcham photograph of Hualapai Skywalk from below.]
Kida, Jeff, and Ritchie, Kathy

2012 2.17719 (eds.) Arizona then and now; a portfolio. Arizona Highways, 88(11)(November):gatefold front cover, 18-31. [See gatefold front cover (Bright Angel Lodge, ca. 1955/2012); p. 29 (Eighth Street, Yuma, 1937/[2012?]).] [Also see "Editor's Letter" by Robert Stieve, p. 2.]
Kida, Jeff; Kramer, Kelly; and Stieve, Robert

2011 2.15376 What's right with Arizona; Best of AZ 2011. Arizona Highways, 87(8)(August):cover, inside front cover, 18-51. [See: "Natural Wonder", photo by George Stocking, pp. 18-19; "Survival", photo by John Cancalosi [condors]; "Adventure", photo by Tom Brownold, pp. 28-29 (rafter in House Rock Rapid); "Landmarks", photo by George Stocking, p. 43 (canyon view at Desert View with Watchtower); and "Tranquility", photo by Paul Gill (standup paddle-boarder at Cattail Cove State Park, Lake Havasu).]
Kidd, Patrick W.

2010 2.20601 Branding the Southwest: A preservation plan for the Fred Harvey Houses. Master's thesis, University of Pennsylvania, 179 pp.
Kidder, Charles Holland

1876 2.8886 (ed.) Burley's United States Centennial gazetteer and guide. 1876. Philadelphia: S. W. Burley, 892 pp. (see pp. 159-160, 399-401).
Kiefer, Michael

2001 2.8367 Below the rim; exploring the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon. America West Airlines Magazine, 16(6)(August):cover, 6, 26-29, 62, 64-67.
Kier, Jerry

1999 2.12785 The Colorado River from Lees Ferry to Diamond Creek. DDRC Current News (Dallas Downriver Club, Texas), 26(12)(December):4.
Kiernan, Thomas C.

2000 2.13297 Self-expression; national parks represent our collective expression and also enhance our personal stories. National Parks, 74(9-10)(September/October):6.
Kildare, Maurice

1967 2.10194 Doctor Grandma French. Frontier Times, 41(4)(June-July) (New Series, No. 48):14-17, 63, 66-67. [Emma Batchelder French.]

1970 2.9879 Bandit loot in Grand Canyon; Hermit Trail is so forbidding now it might be easier to work for a living than to risk your neck probing its stones and underbrush! Old West, 7(1)(Whole No. 25)(Fall):32-35, 49-53.

1970 2.16982 John D. Lee's secret mine. True Treasure, (April):.
Killick, David J.

2009 2.11685 Kiwis and other birds. In: Letters [section]. Arizona Highways, 85(1):4. [Grand Canyon, in passing.]
Kimball, C. O. "Bill"

2003 2.9702 Canyon idyl--a trip down the San Juan to Lee's Ferry--1953. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 6(3)(Fall):1, 28-35.
Kimball, David P.

1880 2.16384 Arizona intelligence. Deseret News, (March 24):10 [issue pagination]. [Letter, dated Jonesville, Maricopa Co., Arizona, March 4, 1880. Includes mileage log from St. George to Maricopa Springs via Pierce Ferry.]
Kimball, Ivory G.

1912 2.14212 Recollections from a busy life, 1843 to 1911. Washington, D.C.: The Carnahan Press, 229 pp. (see pp. 197-199).
Kimball, Solomon F.

1906 2.17293 Adventures on the way to Arizona. Improvement Era, 9(8)(June):621-626. [Includes lower Colorado River.]

1909 2.17296 Thrilling experiences. Salt Lake City: Magazine Printing Co., 157 pp. [See "Reaping Wild Oats", pp. 25-34.]

1918 2.15559 Life of David P. Kimball and other sketches. Salt Lake City: The Deseret News, 128 pp. [Includes mention of Pierce Ferry and "the 'Grand South Gulch of the Colorado River'", pp. 31-32. Also see pp. 38-39.]
Kimball, Theodora

1920 2.13152 A review of city planning in the United States, 1918-1919. National Municipal Review, 9(1)(January)(43):21-31. [See p. 28, passing mention of plan for air terminal at Grand Canyon village.]
Kimball, William

1930 2.18489 (ed.) The desert; 1930. Tucson: [University of Arizona], Junior Class, for University of Arizona, 325 [326] pp. (Acme Printing Co., Tucson.) [University of Arizona yearbook. See "The College of Music", p. 31. "This summer the Male Quartet are guests of the El Tovar hotel at the Grand Canyon, as they have contracted with the hotel management for the entire summer season." (entire note)]
Kimber, Benjamin J.

1960 2.3841 Grand Canyon deeps; words written by mortals and immortals. Modesto, California: Roadrunner Guidebooks and Research, 64 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-29< FQ5:252 FQ11:222 FQ12:286 FQ13:268 FQ15:307 FQ17:232 Guidon 370
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.

no date 2.12105 Aviation. [No imprint]: Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. (See "Airside Services", p. [9]; photo and legend, "Grand Canyon National Park Airport opened its runways to larger aircraft--including 727s and even Air Force One--thanks to our pavement services.")

2009 2.18650 I-40/US 93 West Kingman TI; final feasibility report; ADOT Project No. 040 MO 48 H732301L, Federal Project No. NH-040-A (AVJ), Topock-Kingman Highway, I-40. [No place]: Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., for Arizona Department of Transportation, 81 pp. + appendices [242 pp. total].
Kincy, Ray

2009 2.21116 TCA 55th National Convention. Central Texas Chapter Newsletter (Train Collector’s Association, Central Texas Chapter), 1(7)(July/August):6-7. [See also p. 5: TCA 55th National Convention[,] Phoenix, AZ; photos by Pat Halpin”.] [Text and photos include trip to Grand Canyon via Grand Canyon Railway.]
Kinczel, Joe

1988 2.13536 [Commentary.] In: Segal, Fred, and Basten, Fred E., The American Soviet Walk; taking steps to end the nuclear arms race. Santa Monica, California: United World of the Universe Foundation. [Grand Canyon, in passing. Volume is in English and with corresponding Russian translation by Ljilja Grubisic.]
King, A. Rowden

1915 2.19225 Taking liberties with one's trade-mark. The Sante [sic] Fe uses copy which pictures its design in a variety of ways--Reasons for this departure from traditional attitude towward "inflexible" trade-mark. Printers' Ink, 92(12)(September 16):27-28, 31-32. [Grand Canyon, see p. 28.]
King, Angus

2011 2.16974 Governor's travels; how I left politics, learned to back up a bus, and found America. [No place]: Down East, 159 pp. [By a former Governor of Maine.]
King, Bert

1989 2.12107 Moon trip; a personal account of the Apollo program and its science (Donna Peterson, ed.; artwork by Lee Sheffield and Jean Perkins). Houston, Texas: University of Houston, 149 pp. [Astronaut geological training at Grand Canyon, pp. 28-31.]
King, Cameron H.

1888 2.3842 Resources of Yuma County, Arizona; its geographical position, railroad and water transportation . . . . Yuma, Arizona: Arizona Sentinel, 43 pp. Howes K145
King, Christina

2005 2.10515 River recipes. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 7(2)(Winter):11.
King, Frank M.

1935 2.3843 Wranglin' the past; the reminiscences of Frank M. King. Los Angeles: [privately published], 244 pp. (Printed by Haynes Corp.)

1946 2.3844 Wranglin' the past; the reminiscences of Frank M. King. Pasadena, California: Trail's End Publishing Co., 284 pp. [Includes Yuma.] Guidon 373
King, Frank O.

2006 2.11956 Walt and Skeezix. 1923 and 1924. Montreal: Drawn and Quarterly. (Walt and Skeezix, Book Two.) [Comics format. Also includes biographical information and photographs.]
King, George

1964 2.8818 Grand Canyon Subdivision; Arizona's booming youngster. Northern Gateways of Arizona, 3:32, 56.
King, John Leslie; Grinter, Rebecca E.; and Pickering, Jeanne M.

1996 2.21097 Grandeur et décadence d'Arpanet; la saga de Netville, cité champignon du cyberespace. (Élisabeth Souquet, translator.) Réseaux (Paris), (77)(May/June):9-35. [Hoover Dam, see pp. 28-29.]

1997 2.21098 The rise and fall of Netville: The saga of a cyberspace construction boomtown in the Great Divide. Electronic Markets, 7(1):21-24.
King, June O'Neill

1986 2.3845 John Hance/legend maker. Mountain Living Magazine, 4(5):16-17. >Mon. 8: 1-30<

1994 2.3846 Grand rememberings of a canyon. Mountain Living Magazine, (March):27.
King, Robert W.

1955 2.8368 Southern Pacific; seventy-five years of service to Arizona and the West. Arizona Highways, 31(5):4-11.
Kingman, Lewis

1892 2.13411 [Discussion of Stanton, Robert Brewster, "Availability of the cañons of the Colorado River of the West for railway purposes".] American Society of Civil Engineers, Transactions, 26(523):351-355.
Kingsbury, Rick

2001 2.19818 Livin' at the end of old 95; Lake Havasu City before the bridge. Lake Havasu City, Arizona: Old Friends Publishing, LLC, 100 pp. [An on-demand publication.] [Title refers to U.S. Rt. 95 and London Bridge.]
Kingsley, Charles

1873 2.13415 (ed.) Winter in the Rocky Mountains. No. II.--Life in a new town. In: MacLeod, Donald (ed.), Good Words for 1873. London: W. Isbister and Co., pp. 203-209. [Item "Edited by Canon Kingsley." See p. 206; notice of "Big Cañon".] [Serial.]

1873 2.13416 (ed.) Winter in the Rocky Mountains. No. III.--Christmas, New Year, and westward again. In: MacLeod, Donald (ed.), Good Words for 1873. London: W. Isbister and Co., pp. 382-388. [Item "Edited by Canon Kingsley." See p. 388; notice of "Big Cañon".] [Serial.]

1874 2.13414 (ed.) South by West; or Winter in the Rocky Mountains and spring in Mexico. London: W. Isbister and Co., 411 pp. [See pp. 150, 156; notices of "Big Cañon of the Colorado".]
Kingsley, Jared R.

1912 2.14518 The "bad man" myth; no longer does he roam the great Southwest-views of Dane Coolidge, author (decorations by E. Brock). The Texas Magazine, 5(3)(January):49-52. [See p. 50, reference to "Stephen Ghent working a mine up in the cliffs of the Grand Canon", which refers to the play by William Vaughn Moody, later a film, "The Great Divide" (no further reference).]
Kingsolver, Barbara

2002 2.12315 Saying grace. World Ark (Heifer International, Little Rock, Arkansas), (Fall):9, 22-24. [Stated excerpt from Small Wonder.]

2002 2.8819 Saying grace. Audubon, 104(1)(January/February):40-42.

2002 2.8820 Small wonder (illustrations by Paul Mirocha). New York: HarperCollins, 269 pp. [See "Saying Grace", pp. 22-30, reprinted from Audubon; also see photograph on rear of dustjacket. Dustjacket adds subtitle, "Essays".]
Kinmont, Andrew

2012 2.16747 From the Chapel [column]. Acta Ludi (Saint Stephen's College, Coomera, Queensland, Australia), 17(1)(February 3):[2]. [Inspirational.]
Kino, Eusebio Francisco

1710 2.3847 Favores celestiales . . . experimentados en las nuevas conquistas y nuevas conversiones del nuevo reino de la Nueva Navarra desta America Septentrional yncognita y passo por tierra a la California en 35 grados de altura . . . . Mexico City: Archivo General de la Nación, Volume 8 [1913-1922]. >Mon. 8: 1-30<

1919 2.3848 Celestial favors . . . experienced in the new conquests and new conversions of the new kingdom of New Navarra of this unknown North America, and the land-passage to California in 35 degrees of latitude . . . . In: Bolton, H. E. (translator, ed.), Kino's historical memoir of Primeria Alta; a contemporary account of the beginnings of California, Sonora, and Arizonak, by Father Eusebio Francisco Kino, S.J., pioneer missionary explorer, cartography and ranchman, 1683-1711; from the original manuscript in the Archives of Mexico . . . . >Mon. 8: 1-30<

1948 2.3849 Celestial favors . . . experienced in the new conquests and new conversions of the new kingdom of New Navarra of this unknown North America, and the land-passage to California in 35 degrees of latitude . . . . In: Bolton, H. E. (translator, ed.), Kino's historical memoir of Primeria Alta; a contemporary account of the beginnings of California, Sonora, and Arizonak, by Father Eusebio Francisco Kino, S.J., pioneer missionary explorer, cartography and ranchman, 1683-1711; from the original manuscript in the Archives of Mexico . . . . Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 2 volumes in 1 (see Volume 1, pp. 312-322, 340-346). >Mon. 8: 1-30<
Kinsey, Joni

2004 2.10215 The majesty of the Grand Canyon; 150 years in art. Petaluma, California: Pomegranate, 160 pp.
Kinsey, Joni Louise

1989 2.3850 Creating a sense of place: Thomas Moran and the surveying of the American West. (Volumes I-III.) Ph.D. dissertation, Washington University, 740 pp. [^2.3851^ Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts International, 50(10A):3093.]

1989 2.3851 Creating a sense of place: Thomas Moran and the surveying of the American West. (Volumes I-III.) [abstract of Ph.D. dissertation]. Dissertation Abstracts International, 50(10A):3093.

1990 2.3852 Thomas Moran's surveys of Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon: the coalition of art, business, and government. In: Splendors of the American West: Thomas Moran's art of the Grand Canyon and the Yellowstone. Birmingham, Alabama: Birmingham Museum of Art, in association with University of Washington Press, Seattle and London, pp. 29-41. >Mon. 8: 1-66<

1992 2.3853 Thomas Moran and the surveying of the American West. Washington, D.C., and London: Smithsonian Institution Press, 237 pp. (see pp. 93-137). >Mon. 8: 1-66< FQ7:116 FQ8:222 FQ9:322 FQ12:289 FQ15:309 FQ16:121

1997 2.3854 Moran and the art of publishing. In: Anderson, Nancy K., Thomas Moran. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, and New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, pp. 300-321.

2006 2.10720 Thomas Moran's West; chromolithography, high art, and popular taste. Lawrence, Kansas: University Press of Kansas, 260 pp. (see pp. 61-64, 167, 214-222, 179-180, 188).
Kinsey, Joni Louise, and Skolnick, Arnold

1998 2.3855 The majesty of the Grand Canyon; 150 years in art (foreword by James E. Babbitt). Cobb, California: First Glance Books, 160 pp. FQ12A:135 FQ16:122
Kintner, J. E. (Mrs.)

2012 2.17274 By air from the Grand Canyon to Phoenix and Los Angeles. In: Koontz, Giacinta Bradley (with Gene Tissot), The original Grand Canyon Airport; a 1930s scrapbook of life at Red Butte Aerodrome, Arizona. Prescott, Arizona: Running Iron Publications, pp. 13-14. [Reprinted from Coconino Sun (Flagstaff), January 6, 1928, p. 8.]
Kinyon, Edmund G.

1908 2.17952 The first wheel-track across the desert. Out West, 28(2)(February):305-308. [Southwest, generally; includes lower Colorado River region.]
Kipp, J. B.

1950 2.3856 The Colorado River. Los Angeles: private press of Muir Dawson, [iii], vi, [i], 7, [vii] pp. [James White incident. Rose's (1984) unpublished listing of Colorado Plateau holdings in Grand Canyon National Park Research Library indicates that this volume was published in Los Angeles, by the author, containing 16 pp. Guidon (1969, p. 43) indicates pagination vi, 7, [3]; Five Quail Books--West Catalogue 13 indicates same pagination. Farquhar (1953, p. 29) indicates "180 copies printed: 45 in wrappers, 135 in boards." Farquhar also states (p. 30), ". . . originally printed in The San Bernardino Guardian, September 21, 1867, here reprinted with an introduction by Francis P. Farquhar."] >First cited in Mon. 8: 1-30< FARQUHAR 40 FQ8:223 FQ12:290 FQ13:271 GUIDON 374
Kipp, Kathy

2012 2.17018 (ed.) Art journey America; landscapes; 89 painters' perspectives. Cincinnati: North Light Books, 192 pp.
Kipp, P. E.

1899 2.14005 [Comment.] In: Woods, G. K. (compiler), Personal impressions of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado River near Flagstaff, Arizona, as seen through nearly two thousand eyes, and written in the private visitors' book of the world-famous guide Capt. John Hance, guide, story-teller, and path-finder. San Francisco: Whitaker and Ray Co., for G. K. Woods, Flagstaff, A.T., p. 105.
Kirchhoff, Gerd

2002 2.12039 Jugentraum erfüllt mit "Ridin' down the highway". Das Profil (Rheinmetall-Konzerns, Düsseldorf, Germany), 2002(1):12-13.
Kirk, John Foster

1896 2.15644 A supplement to Allibone's critical dictionary of English literature and British and American authors. Vol. II. [H-Z]. Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippincott Co., pp. 735-1562. [See "Ives, Joseph C.", p. 890; "Powell, John Wesley", p. 1248. Other eds. not seen.]

1899 2.15645 A supplement to Allibone's critical dictionary of English literature and British and American authors. Vol. I. [A-G]. Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippincott Co., pp. 1-734. [See "Dutton, Captain Clarence Edward", p. 527. Other eds. not seen.]
Kirk, Ruth

1998 2.3857 Of walls and time. In: Ryan, Kathleen Jo (photographer, producer), Writing down the river; into the heart of the Grand Canyon. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Publishing, pp. 52-60.
Kirkpatrick, Raymond Leo

1944 2.18332 The Colorado. In: Letters to the Editors [section]. Life, 17(20)(November 13):2. [Comment on the photo feature by Dmitri Kessel (see Item no. 2.18331).]
Kirkwood, Allen

2009 2.12211 Rafting the Grand Canyon (at least half of it). Bowlines (Bluegrass Wildwater Association, Lexington, Kentucky), (January/February):1, 3-7. [Lees Ferry to Phantom Ranch.]
Kirsch, Scott

1999 2.7252 Regions of government science: John Wesley Powell in Washington and the American West. Endeavour, 23(4):155-158.

2002 2.15510 John Wesley Powell and the mapping of the Colorado Plateau, 1869-1879; survey science, geographical solutions, and the economy of environmental values. Association of American Geographers, Annals, 92:548-572.

2003 2.10111 John Wesley Powell and the mapping of the Colorado Plateau, 1869-1879; survey science, geographical solutions, and the economy of environmental values. Canadian Geotechnical Journal (Révue Canadienne de Géotechnique), 40(5):548-572.
Kirschbaum, Walter

1960 2.8130 Grand adventure. American Whitewater, 6(3)(November):5-.

1972 2.8131 "Grand" adventure. American Whitewater, 17(4)(Winter):125-.
Kirshner, Jonathan

1996 2.16788 Alfred Hitchcock and the art of research. Political Science and Politics, 29(3)(September):511-513. [Quoting Hitchcock on the film Saboteur, who felt that the film "was cluttered with too many ideas", including "the long shot of Boulder Dam." Quoted from Truffaut (1984).]
Kiser, S. E.

1906 2.14542 The Grand Canyon. The Railway Conductor, 23(12)(December):910-912. [Credited to Chicago Record-Herald.]
Kissel, Mark

1984 2.20561 Amos Burg: Voyageur; our long-time columnist is honored for his exploits on western rivers. Alaska Fish and Game (Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Anchorage), 16(1)(January/February):19-21. [Includes Colorado River, Grand Canyon and Lake Mead.]
Kissner, J.

1940 2.3858 First woman down the Colorado. In: Kissner, J. (ed.), Foldboat holidays. New York: Greystone Press, pp. 235-236. [Mrs. Bernard de Calmont, Mr. de Colmont, and Antoine de Seynes; Green River, Wyoming, to Arizona, 200 miles upstream from Hoover Dam.] FQ12A:136
Kitcher, Patricia

1985 2.10639 Narrow taxonomy and wide functionalism. Philosophy of Science, 52(1)(March):78-97 (see p. 90).
Kitchin, William Copeman

1920 2.14128 A wonderland of the East; comprising the lake and mountain region of New England and eastern New York. Boston: The Page Co., 331 pp. [See pp. 76-77, descriptive comparison of the Catskills and the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River.]
Kitt, Edith S.

1970 2.3859 Motoring in Arizona in 1914. Journal of Arizona History, 11(1):32-65. >Mon. 8: 1-66<
Kittredge, William

1990 2.3860 Mark Klett: owning it all. Creative Camera, no. 5 (August/September), pp. 22-29. >Mon. 8: 1-66<

1996 2.3861 We are what we see: Photography and the Wheeler Survey party. In: Whitney Museum of American Art, Perpetual mirage; photographic narratives of the Desert West. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, pp. 62-67.

2002 2.9087 Southwestern homelands. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic, 176 [181] pp. (National Geographic Directions.)

2002 2.9021 Introduction. In: Singing to the grizzlies. Outside, (May):58-59.
Kittridge, Frank A.

1930 2.3862 Kaibab Trail bridge across Grand Canyon. Engineering News-Record, 104(January 9):56.
Kleihauer, Aylsworth

1965 2.7721 Last man on a mule train. Westways, 57(10, Part 1):22-24.
Klein, Chuck

2008 2.11643 From the cab of 765. The Flatwheel (National Model Railroad Association, Mid-Central Region, Division 4), 42(8)(October). [Includes brief notice of trip on Grand Canyon Railway.]
Klein, Félix

1908 2.16031 An American student in France. Author's translation. Chicago: A. C. McClurg and Co., 341 pp. [See p. 79, Grand Canyon, in passing.]

1911 2.16881 America of to-morrow. Chicago: A. C. McClurg and Co., 359 pp. [See p. 287: ". . . I preferred northern Arizona, with is strange deserts, its tribes of real savages, and its sublime Cañon of the Colorado, the wonder of the world." (entire note)] [America of tomorrow.]
Klein, Friedrich

1907 2.13667 Nordamerika und Ostasien; Reiseerinnerungen mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Österreichischen interessen. Erster Teil. Leipzig: Verlag von Karl W. Hiersemann, 285 pp. + advertisements. [See p.90, Grand Canyon, in passing.]
Klein, Herm.

1883 2.18960 Jorden og dens naturforhold; en populær fremstillling af den fysiske geografi bearbejdet med særligt hensyn til Dasnsk forhold af F. C. Granzow. Kjøbenhavn: P. G. Philipsens Forlag (trykt hos J. Jørgensen & Co), 656 pp. [Colorado River and Grand Canyon, see pp. 364-372.] [In Danish.]
Klein, Kerwin L.

1993 2.16868 Frontier products: Tourism, consumerism, and the southwestern public lands, 1890-1990. Pacific Historical Review, 62(1)(February):39-71.
Kleindienst, Joe

1993 2.3863 Memories of R. E. Laws. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 4(1):4.
Kleinhans, Lew

1989 2.3864 The grandest canyon experience. Mines Magazine (Colorado School of Mines), 79(3)(April):14-15. >Mon. 8: 1-66<
Kleinsorg, Raphael

1787 2.17730 P. Raphael Kleinsorgs, vorhin Professors der erzbischöfl. Universität zu Salzburg, jetzt Pfarrers zu Zell in Oberösterreich Abriß der Geographie, zum Gebrauche in und ausser Schulen, nebst der besondern Geographie des Erzstifts Salzburg, und einem Unterricht vom Weltgebäude, und vom Gebrauche der Globen. Salzburg: Waisenhausbuchhandlung, [viii], 728, 54, 32, [159] pp. [See p. 649: Of the rivers of western seas, "Der merkwürdigste darunter ist Rio Colorado de los Martyres mit Rio grande de los Apostolos in Neumexiko." (entire note)]
Kleist, Cindy

2003 2.9375 Minutes of the GCHBA Annual Meeting--Octobe 20, 2002. Grand Canyon Footprints 1(6)(Spring):[5]. [N.B. Issue numeration reversed from convention, as "Issue 1, Volume 6".]
Klekar, Susan

2011 2.16019 Notice of final federal agency actions on proposed bridge and approach roadways in Nevada and Arizona. Federal Register, 76(169)(August 31):54288. [Regarding construction of new bridge over Colorado River and approaches, near Laughlin, Nevada, and Bullhead City, Arizona.]
Klepic, Jane Emery

2009 2.12339 The other side of Murl. In: Wood, Robert S., Desert riverman; the free-spirited adventures of Murl Emery. Flagstaff, Arizona: Fretwater Press, pp. 237-242.
Klett, Mark

2004 2.10241 (project director) Third views, second sights; a rephotographic survey of the American West. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Museum of New Mexico Press, in association with Center for American Places, 238 pp., CD-ROM.
Klett, Mark, and Wolfe, Byron

2009 2.12087 Charting the canyon; photographs by Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe; March 21 to July 12, 2009, Doris and John Norton Gallery for Creative Photography, Phoenix Art Museum (text by Rebecca Senf). Phoenix: Phoenix Art Museum.

2012 2.17823 Reconstructing the view; the Grand Canyon photographs of Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe. [Phoenix]: Phoenix Art Museum and Center for Creative Photography; and Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press, 172 pp.
Klinck, Richard E.

1953 2.3865 Land of room enough and time enough. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 135 pp. FQ10:193 FQ11:224 FQ11B:116 FQ12:291 FQ12B:113 FQ13:272 FQ15:310 Guidon 375

1958 2.3866 Land of room enough and time enough. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 136 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-66< FQ8:224 FQ9:323
Klinka, Karen

1994 2.3867 Wilson Hurley; windows of the West. Southwest Art, 24(6)(November):cover, 48-53.
Klinkenborg, Verlyn

1998 2.3868 The Audubon canon. Audubon, 100(6)(November-December):102, 104.
Klinkenborg, Verlyn, and Barnes, Richard

2012 2.16907 Rock of ages; millions of years in the making, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument remains a little-known wonder. National Geographic, 221(2)(February):110-125. [Cover title: "Secret Southwestern Cliffs". Table of Contents: "Reclusive Rocks".]
Kloeden, Gustav Adolph von

1877 2.19365 Handbuch der Länder- und Staatenkunde von Asien, Australien, Afrika und Amerika. Berlin, Weidmannsche Buchhandlung, 3rd ed., 1411 [1412] pp. [See "Der Große Colorado", pp. 1120-1121; and see "Territorium Arizona", pp. 1251-1252.]
Klohr, Christina

1974 2.8672 The ashes of Nora Cundell. True West, 21(June):20-22.
Kloss, William, and Skvarla, Diane K.

2002 2.20488 United States Senate catalogue of fine art (Jane R. McGoldrick, ed.). Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 481 pp. [See "Carl Trumbull Hayden (1877-1972)", pp. 184-185.]
Kluckhohn, Clyde M.

1927 2.3869 To the foot of the rainbow; a tale of twenty-five hundred miles of wandering on horseback through the Southwest enchanted land. New York: Century Co., 276 pp. FQ3:74, 74a FQ4:90, 90a FQ8:225 FQ12:294A

1928 2.3870 To the foot of the rainbow. London: Eveleigh, Nash and Grayson, 242 pp. FQ1:58 FQ4:90b FQ5:97 Guidon 376

1933 2.3871 Beyond the Rainbow. Boston: Christopher Publishing House, 271 pp. Farquhar 122

1967 2.3872 To the foot of the rainbow. Glorieta, New Mexico: Rio Grande Press, Inc., 276 pp. FQ5:97a FQ6:122, 122a FQ8:225a FQ9:324 FQ10:194 FQ11:225A FQ12:294B FQ13:273A FQ13A:107A FQ15:311 FQ17:234A

1980 2.3873 To the foot of the rainbow. Glorieta, New Mexico: Rio Grande Press, Inc., XVIII, 276, [4] pp. [Includes text of 1927 edition in facsimile, but not a reprint of the 1927 title; adds index, color insert, recent photographs, and introductory material by the publisher (pp. VII-X) and by Stephen C. Jett ("Rainbow Bridge Country", pp. XI-XVII), with bibliography (pp. XIX-XXIV). Includes Lees Ferry.] FQ2:54 FQ3:75 FQ7:117 FQ8:225b FQ9:325, 326 FQ9A:46, 47 FQ10:195 FQ11:225B FQ11A:81 FQ13:273B FQ17:234B

1992 2.3874 To the foot of the rainbow. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. [Reprinting of 1927 ed.] FQ11:225C FQ13:273C FQ13A:107B

2000 2.7722 Clyde Kluckhohn (1905-1960); from Beyond the Rainbow. In: Roberts, David (ed.), Points unknown; a century of great exploration. New York and London: W. W. Norton and Co., pp. 249-260. (An Outside Book.)
Klug, Foster

2002 2.8993 Rooms with a view; Mary Colter's buildings complement the Grand Canyon. Travel 50 and Beyond, 13(3)(Summer):60, 62-64.
Kluge, P. F.

1972 2.13031 Notes from a little trip with Flip. Life, 73(5)(August 4):44. [Flip Wilson. Accompanies the article by Dominis, John, Flip hits the road; on vacation, TV's most popular comedian roams the country in a Rolls Royce named Killer (cover, 38-43).]
Klüpfel, Karl

1860 2.15093 (ed.) Literarischer Wegweiser für gebildete Laien. Die Jahre 1859-1860. Leipzig: Verlag von Gustav Mayer. (Vierter Nachtrag zu dem Wegwiser durch die Literatur der Deutschen. Ein Handbuch für Laien.) [See p. 94, advertisement for Costenoble imprint of Balduin Möllhausen’s Reisen in die Felsengebrige Nordamerika’s bis zum Hoch-Plateau von Neu-Mexiko.]

1862 2.15094 (ed.) Literarischer Wegweiser für gebildete Laien. Die Jahre 1861-1862. Leipzig: Verlag von Gustav Mayer. (Vierter Nachtrag zu dem Wegwiser durch die Literatur der Deutschen. Ein Handbuch für Laien.) [See p. 94, advertisement for Costenoble imprint of Balduin Möllhausen’s Reisen in die Felsengebrige Nordamerika’s bis zum Hoch-Plateau von Neu-Mexiko.]
Knapp, Bruce

2013 2.20647 Knapp's Notes [column]. The Oil Can (National Model Railroad Association, Cincinnati Division 7), 7(9)(September):12. [See "Flagstaff", which includes trip to Grand Canyon aboard Grand Canyon Railway.]
Knapp, Charles

1927 2.11866 Bellum Africum 27 again. Classical Weekly, 20(12)(January 17):97. [Notice of hunting-dog management by "Uncle Jim" Owen, with reference to Theodore Roosevelt's "A Cougar Hunt".]
Knapp, Deborah

2006 2.12215 A first ABFI desert hostel tour. Desert Update (Anza Borrego Foundation and Institute), no. 53 (Winter):13. [Grand Canyon.]
Knapp, Robert

1965 2.3876 The man who came first. Desert Magazine, 28(June):20-21. [Francisco Garcés.]
Kneese, Allen V., and Bonem, Gilbert

1986 2.3877 Hypothetical shocks to water allocation institutions in the Colorado Basin. In: Weatherford, Gary D., and Brown, F. Lee (eds.), New courses for the Colorado River; major issues for the next century. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, pp. 87-108. [Based on proceedings of the Colorado River Working Symposium, Bishop's Lodge, Santa Fe, New Mexico, May 23-26, 1983.]
Kneipp, L. F.

1917 2.14390 Utah's forest resources; their administration, development and use. Opportunities for business and pleasure. In: State of Utah, Third report of the State Bureau of Immigration, Labor and Statistics, 1915-1916 (eleventh report of State Bureau of Statistics). Salt Lake City: The Arrow Press, Tribune-Reporter Printing Co., pp. 172-192. [Cover title: Statistics and Resources of Utah. Report of the State Bureau of Immigration, Labor and Statistics.] [See pp. 179-180, reference to and photograph of "Route of the Grand Canyon Highway through Kiabab [sic] forest.]
Knight, Charles

1867 2.15386 Geography; or First division of "The English Cyclopædia," conducted by Charles Knight. Volume III. London: Bradbury, Evans, and Co., 1,084 columns. [See "New Mexico", columns 949-951. Rio Colorado, column 950.]
Knight, William H.

1864 2.14801 (ed.) Hand-book almanac for the Pacific states: An official register and business directory of the states and territories of California, Nevada, Oregon, Idaho, and Arizona; and the colonies of British Columbia and Vancouver Island, for the year 1864. San Francisco: H. H. Bancroft and Co., 440+ pp. [See "Arizona", pp. 412-415.]
Knipmeyer, James H.

1993 2.3878 A letter of interest [letter to Grand Canyon Pioneers Society]. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 4(4):6. [House Rock Valley.]

1994 2.3879 Down Bright Angel Canyon. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 5(2):5-7. [See also Suran (1994).]

1994 2.3880 [Letter mentioning historic inscriptions]. O' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 5(11):6-7.

2000 2.7469 The writings of Otis R. "Dock" Marston. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 13(2)(Spring):30-33.

2001 2.7943 The G. M. Wright inscriptions. The Confluence (Colorado Plateau River Guides), no. 22 (February), pp. 19-20. [Includes Glen Canyon below the dam.]

2002 2.9051 Butch Cassidy was here; historic inscriptions of the Colorado Plateau. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 160 pp.

2002 2.8821 "Gone to the NEEDLES". The Confluence, no. 25 (February), pp. 15-16. [Item signed Jim Knipmeyer.]

2002 2.9222 An early trip down the Green and Colorado Rivers? The Confluence, no. 26 (December), p. 16. [Henry Fraeb, 1833.]

2005 2.10202 Padre Garces' "Puerto de Bucareli". The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society magazine), 16(1)(January/March):9-10.

2007 2.11334 The 1864 explorations of Octavius Decatur Gass and Co. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 18(3)(Fall):4-6.
Knoller, Rasso

1999 2.7253 Arizona; Natur und Kultur im südwesten der USA. P. Meyer Reisef., 352 pp.
Knopf, S. A.

1899 2.13980 [Comment.] In: Woods, G. K. (compiler), Personal impressions of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado River near Flagstaff, Arizona, as seen through nearly two thousand eyes, and written in the private visitors' book of the world-famous guide Capt. John Hance, guide, story-teller, and path-finder. San Francisco: Whitaker and Ray Co., for G. K. Woods, Flagstaff, A.T., p. 95.
Knowles, Gerald M.

2002 2.8932 Route 66 chronicles, Volume I; shadows of the past over Route 66, Arizona-New Mexico. [No place, no imprint] (see p. 37). (Copyright Gerald M. Knowles; printed by Central Plains Book Manufacturing, Winfield, Kansas.)
Knowles, J. Harris

1898 2.14216 A flight in spring; in the car Lucania from New York to the Pacific coast and back during April and May, 1898, as told by the Rev. J. Harris Knowles. New York: [no imprint], 204 pp. ("Seven hundred and fifty copies privately printed for Frederick Humphreys, M.D.") [Travel by private rail car, hosted by Frederick Humphreys. See pp. 168-170, regarding a recollection of the Denver cathedral "funeral of a gentleman who lost his life in the wild waters of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado."; memorial service for man not identified other than as a member of a "railroad surveying party", who certainly was Frank Brown, president of the Denver, Colorado Cañon & Pacific Railroad, the service conducted as a funeral as if the body were present.]
Knowlton, Robert V. [Smokey]

1985 2.3881 River love; the Colorado River. Garden Grove, California: Litho Graphics, 112 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-66< FQ9:327 FQ10:197 FQ11:229 FQ16:124
Knox, Israel

1957 2.10640 Comedy and the category of exaggeration. Journal of Philosophy, 54(25)(December 5):801-812 (see p. 801).
Knox, Patty

1998 2.3882 [Grand Canyon.] In: Ryan, Kathleen Jo (photographer, producer), Writing down the river; into the heart of the Grand Canyon. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Publishing, p. 78.
Knudson, Tom

1998 2.3883 (introduction) Grand Canyon. River, 1(5)(September):64. [Introduction to photo feature.]
Knuth, Donald, and others

1996 2.16403 Knuth meets NTG members. March 13th, 1996. MAPS (Nederlandstalige TeX Gebruikersgroep), 16(96.1):38-49. [Transcript of questions and answers. See p. 41: Knuth recalls that he wrote the METAFONT programs for letters A and B while sitting under a tree for an hour at the Grand Canyon, while on a family camping trip.]
Knutsen, Linda

2002 2.9014 [Letter soliciting information for a history of Tusayan, Arizona.] The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society), 6(8):2.
Knyvett, Bill

1971 2.20825 The Grand Canyon by helicopter. Desert Magazine, 34(5)(May):32-33.
Kobbe, Herman

1899 2.13983 [Comment.] In: Woods, G. K. (compiler), Personal impressions of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado River near Flagstaff, Arizona, as seen through nearly two thousand eyes, and written in the private visitors' book of the world-famous guide Capt. John Hance, guide, story-teller, and path-finder. San Francisco: Whitaker and Ray Co., for G. K. Woods, Flagstaff, A.T., p. 98.
Kober, Amy

2013 2.19426 Wild Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon River Runner, (15)(Spring):4.
Koby, D.

1962 2.3884 Arizona attractions: Grand Canyon's North Rim. Arizona Today, 1(October):20-21. >Mon. 8: 1-66<
Koch, Walter H.

1952 2.3885 Boat trip on the San Juan. Desert Magazine, 15(3):14-16. [Includes Lees Ferry.]
Kochetov, V.

1956 2.17522 Po zanusnim knuzhkam. Ogonëk (Moskva), (16)(1505)(April 15):25-27. [Grand Canyon, p. 27, in passing.] [In Russian.]
Kocks, Kathleen

2004 2.19452 Helicopter ownership; dreams of fun and profit. Flying, 131(4)(April):S1-S3, S5, S7, S9 [Special Advertising Section]. [See p. S3, note of interviewee Roger Bamford's wedding ceremony at Grand Canyon, flying into the canyon on a Sikorsky S-55 Whisper Jet; and p. S7, note of interviewee Maria Langer's desire to get a summer job with an air-tour operator at Grand Canyon.]
Kodadek, Clyde

2000 2.7723 Nice one, Dave. In: Humor [section]. Arizona Highways, 76(8):44.
Kodak (Eastman Kodak Co.)

____ 2.3886 Picture-taking in Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, and Zion national parks and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Kodak brochure AC-62, 1 sheet, folded. [Various dates. Also revisions.] >Mon. 8: 1-30<

1953 2.8369 Kodak camera tour of Bryce, Zion, Grand Canyons. [No place]: Eastman Kodak Co., brochure 6-53L JPS C26, 1 sheet, folded.

1997 2.9379 Picture-taking spots and tips; Grand Canyon National Park. Eastman Kodak Co., brochure AC-26, 1 sheet, folded.
Koechlein, Alan

2003 2.12233 Sedona Elderhostel. The Fledgling (Southern Adirondack Audubon Society Newsletter), 20(4)(June-August):3.
Koehler, Cee

2005 2.20505 Grand Canyon run an "awesome" experience. Legacy (Peachtree City Running Club, Peachtree City, Georgia), (January):8.
Koehler, Fred W.

1943 2.19964 Likes far corners. In: Letters [section]. Desert Magazine, 6(5)(March):28. [Remarks on Havasu Canyon.]
Koelling, Jill

2009 2.12357 Collecting parks. Nebraska History, 90(2)(Summer):58-65.
Koeppel, Dan, and Robbins, David Samuel

2002 2.9232 Grand Canyon; 15 wild reasons to go back. Travel Holiday, 185(9)(November):100-105.
Koerner, Dave

2008 2.12093 Mushing the Grand Canyon. Arizona Mountain Mushers News, 3(4)(December):[2-3]. [Dog-sledding, Kaibab Plateau.]
Kohl, J. G.

1885 2.15583 Appendix No. 19. History of discovery and exploration on the coasts of the United States. In: Report of the Superintendent of the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey showing the progress of the work during the fiscal year ending with June, 1884. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, pp. 495-617. [U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Annual Report, 1883-1884.]
Kohli, Megan

2011 2.15356 The power of a canyon (photo by Kimberly Sieb). Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association), 18(2)(Summer):6. [N.B.: Volume is misnumbered; should have been 17(2).]
Kokh, Peter

1988 2.20301 Pavonis Mons; possibly the most strategic mountain in the solar system. Moon Miners' Manifesto, (17)(July):. [Mars. Includes the note, "Ulysses Junction would be this writer's choice for the principal Martian settlement. That it is not smack in the middle of the most interesting geological terrain is not to the point. Sorry, Carl [not identified], but we didn't build Los Angeles on the rim of the Grand Canyon, much less in its bosom!"]

1988 2.20301 Pavonis Mons; possibly the most strategic mountain in the solar system. Moon Miners' Manifesto, (17)(July):. [Mars. Includes the note, "Ulysses Junction would be this writer's choice for the principal Martian settlement. That it is not smack in the middle of the most interesting geological terrain is not to the point. Sorry, Carl [not identified], but we didn't build Los Angeles on the rim of the Grand Canyon, much less in its bosom!"]

2004 2.20302 Pavonis Mons; possibly the most strategic mountain in the solar system. In: MMM Classics; the first ten years. Year 2: MMM #s 2-20, December 1987-November 1988. [No imprint], pp. 37-38.]
Kolb Brothers

1913 2.16560 The Grand Canyon of Arizona. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Kolb Brothers, 12 hand-tinted prints, string-tied. [Wraps witih photo laid on.]

1918 2.15847 The Grand Canyon of Arizona. Grand Canyon, Arizona: Kolb Brothers, 13 hand-tinted prints, string-tied. [Wraps with photo laid on.]
Kolb Brothers [Kolb, Ellsworth L., and Kolb, Emery C.]

no date 2.3888 The Grand Canyon of Arizona. [Folio; text 2 pp., 12 colored plates; seen by Spamer in the New York Public Library (Annex), 1982, in bound volume with other Grand Canyon publications. Listed previously in bibliography under Anonymous; provisionally listed here.] >Mon. 8: 1-7<

1907 2.3889 The Grand Canyon of Arizona. [10 hand-tinted photos, string-tied. Cited on authority of Five Quail Books Catalogue Six, imprint not indicated.] FQ6:132

1910 2.3890 The Grand Canyon of Arizona. [12 hand-tinted photos, string-tied. Cited on authority of Five Quail Books Catalogue Eight, imprint not indicated.] FQ8:520

1910 2.3891 The Grand Canyon of Arizona. Brooklyn, New York: Albertype Co., 21 hand-colored photos.

1911 2.3892 The Grand Canyon of Arizona. Elizabeth, New Jersey: Campbell Art Co., 19 hand-colored photos. FQ12:297A

1912 2.3893 The Grand Canyon of Arizona. Elizabeth, New Jersey: Campbell Art Co., 12 hand-colored photos. FQ12:297B, 297C FQ12A:138

1913 2.3894 The Grand Canyon of Arizona. Elizabeth, New Jersey: Campbell Art Co., 1 p., 20 plates. >Mon. 8: 1-30< FQ2:56 [but indicates 2-p. text, 18 plates.] FQ6:133, 134 [but indicates 2-p. text, 12 plates for each]
Kolb, Anne

1974 2.3887 Elders of the tribe: 5, John Wesley Powell (1834-1902). Backpacker, 2(1):62-65, 90, 94, 97. >Mon. 8: 1-30<
Kolb, Ellsworth L.

no date 2.19604 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico, with a foreword by Owen Wister; new edition with (72 plates) from photographs by the author and his brother. Miami, Florida: HardPress Publishing, 344+ pp. [An on-demand publication; facsimile reprinting of 1915 ed. (= Quartaroli variant D) from the collections of the University of California at Los Angeles.] [Copy acquired new, 2013.]

no date 2.19668 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico. [No imprint] [CreateSpace], 109 pp. [Text reset, all lines including chapter heads run together without spaces; omits Foreword and illustrations. An on-demand publication.] [Copy acquired new, 2013.]

no date 2.18273 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister). [No place]: BiblioBazaar, 243 [244] pp. [Typographically reset, with no illustrations, from an unspecified ed. but with Owen Wister's revised Foreword. Ca. 2012.]

no date 2.18266 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico. Hamburg: tredition GmbH, 242 pp. (tredition Classics.) [Typographically reset, with no illustrations, from an unspecified ed. but with Owen Wister’s revised Foreword. Ca. 2012. An on-demand publication.]

no date 2.15036 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister). [United Kingdom]: Dodo Press, 196 pp. [Reprinting of unspecified 1915 ed., reset, without illustrations.] [Ca. 2010. With other dates; an on-demand publication, printed in various locations.]

no date 2.15038 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister). Memphis, Tennessee: General Books, 133 pp. [Reprinting of Quartaroli variant D (June 1915); reset, without illustrations.] [Ca. 2010. With other dates; an on-demand publication; printed in various locations.]

1914 2.3895 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and his brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., xix [xxii], 344 pp., 48 plates. [October, first state. Quartaroli variant A.] [Photographs by Ellsworth L. Kolb and Emery C. Kolb. This book holds the second-longest record of a Grand Canyon-Colorado River title continously in print, appearing in 27 editions/printings under the Macmillan imprint 1914-1971; presumably, it was available from Emery Kolb until his death in 1976. Also refer to Kolb (1989) for a later imprint. Bibliographical information about these issues, with special reference to points, appears in the separate table herein by Richard D. Quartaroli. [Note: Not posted at this time.] The editions/printings are itemized in the following entries to present them in chronological and numerical order in this bibliography; variants refer to the list by Quartaroli.] >Mon. 8: 1-30< Farquhar 53a [1914, variant unknown] FQ1:59 FQ2:55 FQ4:91 FQ5:98 FQ6:123 FQ8:228 FQ10:198A FQ11:230A FQ11A:82A FQ12:296A FQ12B:116A FQ13A:108A FQ17:238A Guidon 377 [1914, variant unknown]

1914 2.3896 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and his brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 72 plates. [October, second state. Quartaroli variant B.] Farquhar 53a [1914, variant unknown] FQ1:59a FQ4:91a FQ5B:10 FQ6:124 FQ10:198B FQ17:238B Guidon 377 [1914, variant unknown]

1914 2.3897 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and his brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., xix [xxii], 344 pp., 48 plates. [December. Quartaroli variant C.] Farquhar 53a [1914, variant unknown] FQ3:76 FQ6:125 FQ8:229 FQ9:328 FQ10:198C FQ10A:46A FQ13:274A FQ14:84A FQ17:238C Guidon 377 [1914, variant unknown]

1915 2.3898 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and his brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 72 plates. [June. Quartaroli variant D.] Farquhar 53b [1915, variant unknown] FQ6:126 FQ7A:19-LA FQ8:230, 230a FQ9:329 FQ10:198D FQ11:230B FQ11B:118A FQ12:296B FQ12A:137A FQ12B:116B

1915 2.3899 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and his brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xviii [xx], 344 pp., 36 plates. [October. Quartaroli variant E.] Farquhar 53b [1915, variant unknown] FQ6:127 FQ7:120 FQ9:330

1920 2.3900 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and his brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 72 plates. [Quartaroli variant F.] FQ5:99 FQ7:119 ["1915"] FQ9:331 Guidon 378

1927 2.3901 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant G.] FQ4:91b

1928 2.3902 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant H.]

1930 2.3903 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant I.] FQ4:91c FQ7:121

1934 2.3904 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant J.]

1936 2.3905 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant K.] FQ4:91d Guidon 379

1937 2.3906 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant L.] FQ3:76a

1938 2.3907 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant M.]

1940 2.3908 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant N.]

1941 2.3909 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant O.]

1944 2.3910 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant P.] FQ3:76b

1946 2.3911 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [January. Quartaroli variant Q.] FQ5:100, 101 FQ6:129, 130 FQ7:122, 122a FQ8:231 FQ9:332

1946 2.3912 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [October. Quartaroli variant R.]

1947 2.3913 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant S.] FQ1:59c FQ5:102 FQ6:131 FQ7:123, 123a FQ8:232 FQ9:333 FQ11B:118B FQ12A:137B FQ16:125

1952 2.3914 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant T.] FQ3:76c FQ8:234 FQ9:334, 335 FQ11:230C, 230D FQ11B:118C FQ12:296C FQ13:274B

1958 2.3915 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant U.] FQ4:91e, 91f FQ7:124 FQ8:233 FQ9:336

1963 2.3916 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant V.]

1965 2.3917 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant W.] FQ5:103 FQ9:337 FQ10A:46B FQ11:230E FQ11A:82B FQ12B:116C FQ13:274C FQ13A:108B FQ14:84B FQ17:238D

1967 2.3918 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant X.] FQ12B:116D

1969 2.3919 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant Y.]

1969 2.3920 River running 1921: The diary of E. L. Kolb (W. L. Rusho, ed.). Utah Historical Quarterly, 37:269-283. >Mon. 8: 1-30<

1970 2.3921 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant Z.] FQ1:59b

1971 2.3922 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother"). New York: Macmillan Co., new ed., xx [xxii], 344 pp., 76 plates. [Quartaroli variant AA.] FQ4:91g FQ5:104

1989 2.3923 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister, new preface by Barry Goldwater; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother, Ellsworth [sic] Kolb"). Tucson: University of Arizona Press, xx [xxii], 344 pp., 34 plates. [First state. Quartaroli variant BB. This is a facsimile reprinting of the October 1914 Macmillan edition, containing Wister's original (uncensored) foreword but miscrediting and misspelling the author as Emory Kolb. The reprint is, however, not completely faithful to either of the October 1914 states, omitting some illustrations. There are two states to the University of Arizona reprint, Quartaroli variants BB and CC, as discussed in more complete information in the accompanying table by Richard Quartaroli.]

1989 2.3924 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister, new preface by Barry Goldwater; "Photographs by the Author and His Brother, Emery Kolb"). Tucson: University of Arizona Press, xx [xxii], 344 pp., 34 plates. [Second state. Quartaroli variant CC. Author correctly indicated as Ellsworth Kolb, and his brother Emery. See further comments with Quartaroli variant BB.]Author correctly indicted as Ellsworth Kolb, and his brother Emery. See further comments with Quartaroli variant BB.]

1995 2.3925 A record of a deer hunt. O' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society newsletter), 6(2)(February):2-5. [Compiled from a 1906 journal now in the Kolb Collection, Special Collections, Cline Library, Northern Arizona University.]

2003 2.9242 A trip to the Beamer Cabin. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society magazine), 14(1)(January/March):8-9. [From National Geographic (1914), thus probably should be credited to Ellsworth and Emery Kolb; with editorial introduction and afterword by Bill Suran.]

2005 2.10771 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister). Boston: IndyPublish.com, 182 pp.

2006 2.10827 Short of provisions in a sunless gorge. Waiting List (Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association Quarterly), 7(3)(Spring/Summer):39-44. [Chapter 22 from Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico.]

2007 2.11479 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister). [No place]: BiblioBazaar, New ed., 217 pp. [Reprinting of unspecified 1915 ed., reset, without illustrations.]

2007 2.11482 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister). Grand Canyon, Arizona: Grand Canyon Association, xix [xxii], 344+ pp. [Quartaroli variant DD. Facsimile reprinting of Kolb (1914), Quartaroli variant A.]

2007 2.17066 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister; "Photographs by the Author and his brother"). [No place]: Book Renaissance, 344 pp., 72 plates. [Digitized facsimile reprinting of Quartaroli variant D (June 1915 ed.). "The book reprint was manually improved by a team of professionals, as opposed to automatic/OCR processes used by some companies. However, the book may still have imperfections such as missing pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were a part of the original text." (from publisher's standard disclaimer)]

2008 2.15854 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister). [Toronto?]: Bastian Books. [An on-demand publication.]

2008 2.15037 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister). [Monroe, Georgia?]: Walton Press, 344 pp. [Reprinting of unspecified 1915 ed.] [Probably with other dates; an on-demand publication.]

2009 2.12426 Charlie Spencer's placer dredge at Lee's Ferry. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 22(2)(Summer):48. [Excerpt from Through the Grand Canyon, with photo from Kolb Brothers Collection, Northern Arizona University.]

2010 2.15180 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister). Nabu Press, 528 pp. [Reprinting of unspecified 1915 ed.] [Probably with other dates; an on-demand publication.]

2011 2.15193 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico; high quality paperback; affordable and high quality paperback book edition. [No place]: Filiquarian Publishing, LLC/Qontro, 161 pp. [Reset, without illustrations but with spaces for them; reprinting of unspecified 1915 ed.] [Probably with other dates; an on-demand publication.]

2012 2.18265 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico, with a foreword by Owen Wister; new edition with (72 plates) from photographs by the author and his brother. [No place]: Ulan Press, 528 pp. [An on-demand publication.] [Cover gives author ship as "Owen Wister, E.L. b. 1876 Kolb".]

2012 2.18274 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico (foreword by Owen Wister). [No place]: Forgotten Books, 344+ pp. [Facsimile reprinting of Bancroft Library copy of 1914 first ed. (Quartaroli variant A), although with poorly reproduced illustrations.] [An on-demand publication.]

2012 2.18275 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico. [No place]: Ulan Press, 344+ pp. [Facsimile reprinting of Library of Congress copy of 1914 first ed. (Quartaroli variant A), although with poorly reproduced illustrations.] [An on-demand publication.]
Kolb, Ellsworth L., and Kolb, Emery C.

1913 2.3926 The picture story of a great adventure story. Part One. Through the almost impassable rapids of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River. American Magazine (New York), (July):59-66. [Second author's name misspelled "Emory".]

1913 2.3927 The picture story of a great adventure story. Part Two. Through the almost impassable rapids of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River. American Magazine (New York), (August):58-63.

1914 2.3928 Experiences in the Grand Canyon. National Geographic Magazine, 26(2)(August):99-184. >Mon. 8: 1-30< FQ11:585A, 585B [issue] FQ12:301A, 301B [issue]

2000 2.7470 From the Geographic Archives. Rock of ages. National Geographic, 198(1)(July):132. [Photograph of boulder wedged in slot canyon on North Bass Trail; from Kolb and Kolb (1914). Supplements article on slot canyons by Thybony and Hatcher (2000).]

2000 2.7254 Experiences in the Grand Canyon. In: Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr., and Israel, Fred L. (eds.), Grand Canyon experiences; chronicles from National Geographic. Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers, pp. 1-90. [Reprinting of Kolb and Kolb (1914).]
Kolb, Ellsworth L.; Kolb, Emery C.; and Lauzon, Hubert R.

2003 2.9336 The brave ones; the journals and letters of the 1911-1912 expedition down the Green and Colorado Rivers by Ellsworth L. Kolb and Emery C. Kolb, including the journal of Hubert R. Lauzon (William C. Suran, transcriber, ed.). Flagstaff, Arizona: Fretwater Press, 180 pp. (Colorado River Chronicles, no. 1.) [Also released in slipcased edition with Every Rapid Speaks Plainly (Holmstrom), Colorado River Chronicles series, no. 2; slipcased ed. limited to 200 numbered sets, and 11 lettered sets released only to libraries.]
Kolb, Ellsworth Leonard, and Kolb, Emery Clifford

2013 2.20438 Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico--Primary Source Edition. [No place]: Nabu Press, 476 pp. [An on-demand publication. Authors listed on cover, thus.]
Kolb, Emery C.

1935 2.3929 Cheyava Falls. In: History and exploration of the Grand Canyon region. Grand Canyon Natural History Association, Natural History Bulletin 2, pp. 10-17. >Mon. 8: 1-30< FQ12:205 [volume]

1967 2.11072 Conversation with: Emery Kolb. Western Gateways, 7(1)(Winter):40-.

1991 2.3930 [Letter to Bill Suran.] Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 2(1):3.

1993 2.3931 The Canyon baby's prayer. Grand Canyon Pioneers Society, Newsletter, 4(9):1.

2002 2.8875 "A Wild Ride". The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Pioneers Society magazine), 13(2)(April/June):1.

2004 2.10023 Cheyava Falls. The Ol' Pioneer (Grand Canyon Historical Society magazine), 15(3)(July/September):3-5. [Reprinted from Grand Canyon Natural History Association Natural History Bulletin 2 (1935).]
Kolbert, Elizabeth

2011 2.15127 Enter the Age of Man; we remove mountains, raise supercities, transform our planet. National Geographic, 219(3)(March):60-85. [Hoover Dam, see pp. 78-79.]
Kolderup, Mindy

2013 2.18319 Yuma power pageant; speed freaks celebrate the end of the boating season in grand style. Performance Boats, (January/February):[unpaginated].
Koll, Chris

1991 2.3932 "Becuss uf you, Heinrich . . ." American Whitewater, 36(3)(May-June):36-. [Ellipsis is part of title.] >Mon. 8: 1-66<

1995 2.3933 Compulsive paddler? Float the Grand Canyon. In: Sedivy, Bill (ed., compiler), River's end; a collection of bedtime stories for paddlers. Newbury, Ohio: Big Dog Publications, pp. 34-45.
Kolpas, Norman

2013 2.21059 Soaring perspectives; large-scale landscapes by Arturo Chávez depict the wonders of the West. Southwest Art, 43(6)(November):80-83. [Includes Grand Canyon, illustrated by "Rock of Ages", oil.]
Kolvet, Renée Corona

2013 2.18270 Hoover Dam. Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 127 [128] pp. (Images of America.)
Kolvet, Renée Corona, and Ford, Victoria

2006 2.10950 The Civilian Conservation Corps in Nevada; from boys to men (foreword by Richard O. Davies). Reno and Las Vegas: University of Nevada Press.
Kolvoord, Rense

1938 2.9069 Wonders of the world; a guide book to wonders of ancient and modern times (illustrated with International News photos). Racine, Wisconsin: Whitman Publishing Co., 93 pp. (See "Boulder Dam", pp. 14-15; "The Grand Canyon of the Colorado", pp. 86-87.)
Kompar, Dario, and Kompar, Gordana Zwicker

2010 2.16993 Na dnu Velikog kanjona. Hrvatski Planinar (Zagreb, Croatia), 102(6)(June):202-205. [In Croatian.]
Kong, Chee

1998 2.9557 A testimony of thanksgiving to the Lord. Maranatha Messenger (Maranatha Bible-Presbyterian Church, Singapore), (April 5).
König, Ubbo von

2006 2.12040 Pro Western--Amerikatour; von 18. Aug. bis 9. Sept. 2006. Gazette (Mitteilungsblatt des "Pro Western" Club der Western. Biker und Countryfreunde. Germany.), 38(Autumn):2.
Konow, Sten

1891 2.17403 Norsk lomme-konversations-lexicon paa grundlag af Kürschners taschen-konversations-lexikon. Kristiania: Alb. Cammermeyers Florlag og W. C. Fabritius & Sønner, 1,073 pp. [See p. 501, "Kolorado . . . 3) flod i vestl. Nordamerika, udspringer i Klippebjergene, falder i den kaliforn. havbugt, 2226 km." (entire note)]
Kontova, Evi, and Smith, Joseph

2009 2.19606 For the blind man in the dark room looking for the black cat that isn't there; 3 Dec-31 Jan 2010; ICA. [United Kingdom]: Institute of Contemporary Arts, 24 pp. [Exhibition. See p. 9, Dave Hullfish Bailey. "At the ICA, Bailey presents a new work connected to his research into regoins of the Colorado River delta which have been left dry by irrigation. The structure (a mobile shade canopy) [not illustrated] proposes an itinerant infrastructure for field research. Its formis based on a text that Google Maps displays when its satellite cannot zoom in any closer: the pixilated screen image has been enlarged to correspond to the land itself on a 1:1 scale." (entire note)]
Koonce, Maurice R.

1958 2.3934 Flying the Colorado. Arizona Highways, 34(6):14-27. >Mon. 8: 1-66<
Koons, Jan

2000 2.7471 Grand Canyon Field Institute family classes and outings. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 6(1)(Spring):6. [Article.]
Koons, Robert W.

1992 2.3935 A message from the president. Regarding: (Grand Canyon Natural History Association newsletter), (February):[1]. >Mon. 8: 12-22<

1996 2.3936 From the Director's desk. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 2(2):1, 5.

1996 2.3937 From the Director's desk. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 2(3):1, 5.

1998 2.3938 From the Director's desk. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 4(2)(Summer):1, 4.

1998 2.3939 From the Director's desk. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 4(3)(Fall):1, 3.

1998 2.3940 From the Director's desk. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 4(4)(Winter):1, 6-7. [Grand Canyon National Park Foundation and Heritage Education Campus.]

1999 2.3941 From the Director's desk. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 5(1)(Spring):1, 5. [Participatory programs.]

1999 2.3942 From the Director's desk. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 5(2)(Summer):1, 5. [Operation of Grand Canyon Association.]

1999 2.7255 From the President's desk. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 5(4)(Winter):1, 4. [Operation of Grand Canyon Association.]
Koons, Robert W. [Bob]

2000 2.7472 From the Director's desk. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 6(1)(Spring):1, 3. [Operation of Grand Canyon Association.]

2000 2.7724 From the Director's desk. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 6(2)(Summer):1, 4. [Grand Canyon Association activities.]

2000 2.7725 From the Director's desk. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 6(3)(Fall):1, 7. [Grand Canyon Association activities.]

2000 2.7944 From the Director's desk. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 6(4):1, 5. [Canyon View Information Plaza and transportation changes at Grand Canyon.]

2001 2.8370 From the President's desk. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Newsletter), 7(2)(Summer):1, 6. [Canyon View Information Plaza, Yavapai Observation Station.]

2001 2.8132 From the Director's desk. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 7(1)(Spring):1, 6. [Canyon View Information Plaza, superintendent Joe Alston.]

2001 2.8673 In the aftermath . . . questions, comfort, and solace. Canyon Views (Grand Canyon Association Member Newsletter), 7(4):1. [Visitation. Ellipsis is part of title.]
Koontz, Giacinta Bradley

2012 2.17241 (with Gene Tissot) The original Grand Canyon Airport; a 1930s scrapbook of life at Red Butte Aerodrome, Arizona. Prescott, Arizona: Running Iron Publications, 102 pp.
Kopec, John A.

1966 2.20784 Rare fish. In: Letters From Our Readers [section]. Desert Magazine, 29(2)(February):39. [In response to Jack Pepper's article on North Shore Road, Lake Mead (see Item no. 2.20780), adds "several more interesting things" about Rogers Spring and its fish.]
Koppe, Carl Wilhelm

1837 2.17380 Mexicanische Zustände aus den Jahren 1830 bis 1832. Vom Verfasser der "Briefe in die Heimath, geschrieben zwischen October 1829 und März 1830, während einer Reise über Frankreich, England und die Vereingten Staaten von Nordamerica nach Mexico." Erster Band. Stuttgart and Augsburg: Verlag der J. G. Cotta'schen Buchhandlung, 343 pp. (Reisen und Länderbeschreibungen der älteren und neuesten Zeit, eine Sammlung der interessantesten Werke über Länder- und Staaten-kunde, Geographie und Statistik. Zehnte Lieferung. Eduard Widenmann and Hermann Hauff, eds.) [See "Californien (Territorium.)", pp. 56-65; includes lower Colorado River region.]
Koppman, Lion, and Koppman, Steve

1996 2.21162 A treasury of American-Jewish folklore. Northvale, New Jersey: Jason Aronson, Inc., 390 pp. [See "He Got the Grand Canyon in a Trade", p. 10, briefly regarding the putative ownership of Grand Canyon by Solomon Barth.]
Kort, Pamela, and Hollein, Max

2006 2.11926 (eds.) I like America; Fiktionen des Wilden Westens. München and New York: Prestel. [Exhibition catalogue; Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, September 28, 2006-January 7, 2007. German ed.]

2006 2.11927 (eds.) I like America; fictions of the Wild West. München and New York: Prestel, 398 pp. [Exhibition catalogue; Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, September 28, 2006-January 7, 2007. English ed.]
Köszegi, Jodie

2012 2.21169 Honors in Phoenix. Areté (University of Houston, Honors College), 27(1)(Winter):9. [Includes Grand Canyon.]
Kottler, Jeffrey A.

1997 2.3943 Travel that can change your life; how to create a transformative experience. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 180 pp. (see "Pain and Suffering", pp. 123-124). [Supai.]
Kounis, John T.

2009 2.14361 Flightplan [Editorial page]. Pilot Getaways, (November/December):4. [Includes note, "[The Recreational Aviation Foundation] also included efforts to prevent closure of Tuweep (featured in Spring 2000), which was my favorite airstrip in Arizona, tucked into a side canyon [sic] of the Grand Canyon . . ." (entire note)]
Kovacic, Majda

2009 2.14979 Po narodnih parkih in nekaterih mestih ZDA. Naš Stik (Elektro-Slovenija, d.o.o., Ljubljana, Slovenia), (July/August):48-51. [In Slovenian. Author's name does not display diacritical marks online.]
Kovalik, Vladimir, and Steiger, Lew

2006 2.10502 Vladimir Kovalik. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 18(4)(Winter 2005-2006):1, 26-36, 38, 40, 42. [Transcript of portions of an oral interview with Kovalik in January 2005, with editorial interjections; and with separate sidebars of interviews with others, 2.10503 "Kyle Kovalik", pp. 37, 39; and 2.10504 "Karen Kovalik", pp. 41, 43.]
Kovariková, Lucie, and Jon, Michal [Kovar*iková]

2007 2.11940 Na hliníkovém or*i Divokým západem; národními parky USA na kole. Plzen*: Cyklo Knihy, 135 pp. [In Czech; *not all diacritical marks can be displayed with HTML markup. Bicycle touring. Cover adds: "Yosemite, Death Valley, Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Arches, Moab-Slickrock, Rocky Mountain, Mesa Verde, Monument Valley, Grand Canyon".]
Kraft, Susan, and Chappell, Gordon

1999 2.9338 Historic railroads in the National Park System and beyond. Cultural Resource Management (U.S. National Park Service), 22(1):4-6.
Krakauer, Jon

1996 2.9771 Into the wild. New York: Villard Books, 207 pp. [Includes significantly the lower Colorado River region.]

1998 2.20142 In die Wildnis. [München]: Malik, 299 pp. [German translation of Into the Wild.]

1998 2.20143 Alasija zhi si. Taibei Shi: Tian xia wen hua chu ban gu fen you xian gong si, 334 pp. (Wen xue ren sheng, 3.) [Chinese translation of Into the Wild.]

1998 2.20144 Into the wild. London: Macmillan, 205 pp.

2000 2.20145 Cap a terres salvatges (Roser Vilagrasa i Sentís, translator). [No place]: Sant Cugat del Vallès Símbol, 236 pp. [Catalan translation of Into the Wild.]

2001 2.20147 Erämaan armoille (Liisa Paakkanen, translator). Helsinki: WSOY, 233 pp. [Finnish translation of Into the Wild.]

2003 2.20146 Na natureza selvagem (Pedro Maia Soares, translator). São Paulo: Companhia das Letras, 213 pp. [Portuguese translation of Into the Wild.]

2003 2.9536 Under the banner of heaven; a story of violent faith. New York, London, Toronto, Sydney, and Aukland: Doubleday, 372 [373] pp.

2004 2.9985 Under the banner of heaven; a story of violent faith. New York: Anchor Books, 399 pp.

2007 2.20148 [Kyoa e. (Saso Suzuo, translator).] Tokyo: Shueisha, 334 pp. (Shueisha Bunko.) [Japanese translation of Into the Wild.]

2007 2.20149 Voyage au bout de la solitude; récit (Christian Molinier, translator). Paris: Presses de la Cité, 248 pp. [French translation of Into the Wild.]

2008 2.20150 V divjini (Neva Stojko, translator). Ljubljana : V. B. Z., 170 pp. (Zbirka Tridvaena, knj. 2.) [Slovenian translation of Into the Wild.]

2008 2.20151 Wszystko za zycie (Magdalena Jakóbczyk-Rakowska, translator). Warszawa: Prószynskii S-ka, 189 pp. [Polish translation of Into the Wild.]

2008 2.20152 Ind i vildmarken (Jesper Klint Kistorp, translator). [København] : Lindhardt og Ringhof, 231 pp. [Danish translation of Into the Wild.]

2008 2.20153 Nelle terre estreme (Laura Ferrari e Sabina Zung, translator). Milano: Corbaccio, 267 pp. [Italian translation of Into the Wild.]

2008 2.20308 Hacia rutas salvajes (Albert Freixa, translator). Barcelona: www.edicionesb.com (printed by Liberdúplex, S.L.U.), 164 pp. [Spanish translation of Into the Wild.]

2009 2.20154 Tím trong hoang dã (Mai Huong dich, translator). Ha Noi: Lao Dong, 331 pp. [Vietnamese translation of Into the Wild.] [Not all diacritical marks display online.]

2009 2.20155 Yabana dogru (Taylan Taftaf, translator). Istanbul : Siren Yayinlari, 246 pp. [Turkish translation of Into the Wild.] [Diacritical characters do not display online.]
Krall, Sarah

2003 2.9429 In reference to "Put Me In Coach--I'm Ready to Play the Game" by Michael Ghiglieri, BQR 16:1. In: Dear Eddy [letters section]. Boatman's Quarterly Review, 16(2)(Summer):4-5.
Kramer, Barbara

1991 2.3944 Railroad art; good art turned into good business for the Santa Fe Railway. Southwest Profile, 14(3)(August-October):16-17. >Mon. 8: 1-66<
Kramer, Kelly

2008 2.11423 Weekend getaways. Arizona Highways, 84(1):cover, inside front cover, 14-23.

2009 2.11815 Mane courses. Arizona Highways, 85(2):38-43. [Travel by horse. See "North Kaibab Trail, Grand Canyon", p. 41.]

2009 2.12410 Behind the camera. Arizona Highways, 85(9):14-19. [See "Dry Run. Photographer: Christine Keith; Phoenix, Arizona", pp. 18-19.]

2009 2.12164 Family adventures. Arizona Highways, 85(5):14-19.

2010 2.12777 Spinning the bottles. Arizona Highways, 86(4):6. [Includes note of champagne consumption at Grand Canyon.]

2010 2.13203 Off the beaten paths; the Grand Canyon. Arizona Highways, 86(5):14-19.

2010 2.13200 Field tested. Arizona Highways, 86(5):6. [Grand Canyon Field Institute.]

2010 2.14312 Best of AZ. Arizona Highways, 86(8):cover, inside front cover, 14-29. [See "Best Dam Diving; Hoover Dam" (lower Colorado River downstream from Hoover Dam), p. 22; "Best Spot to Wade Around; Lee's Ferry" (fishing), p. 23; "Best Way to Witness Strokes of Genius; Celebration of Art, Grand Canyon National Park", pp. 24-25; "Best Place to Go Where Seldom Is Heard a Discouraging Word; DeMotte Campground, North Rim, Grand Canyon", p. 26.]

2012 2.17120 Bridging the gap. In: Where Is This? [section]. Arizona Highways, 88(7)(July):56. [Quiz. View of Navajo Bridges straight up from Colorado River. Answer to quiz will be in September issue.]

2012 2.16401 Farming; Yuma. In: In Search of Adventure? [feature]. Arizona Highways, 88(1)(January):28.
Kramer, Kelly, and DiRienzo, Patty

2010 2.13207 Living on the edge. Arizona Highways, 86(5):36-43.
Kramer, Kelly, and James, Kerrick

2011 2.15377 Local color. In: Where Is This? [section]. Arizona Highways, 87(8)(August):56. [Fred Kabotie painting inside Watchtower, Grand Canyon. Quiz; answer in October issue.]
Kramer, Kelly, and Quinn, Michael

2009 2.12385 A place in the sun. Arizona Highways, 85(11):40-43. [Grand Canyon visitors center, South Rim.]
Kramer, Kelly, and Ritchie, Kathy

2012 2.16653 (eds.) 100 years in pictures; a photographic look at Arizona's first century of statehood; 1912-2012. Arizona Highways, 88(2)(February):20-74.
Kramer, Kelly, and Smith, Molly

2012 2.16401 Lights. Camera. Action. Arizona Highways, 88(1)(January):48-51. [January marks the centennial of the completion of the Colorado River trip by the Kolb brothers, 1911-1912.]
Kramer, Kelly; Pingolt, Maggie; and Stieve, Robert

2012 2.16654 Not just any old things. Arizona Highways, 88(2)(February):76-95. [One person and 99 places of centennary interest in Arizona. The person is Lavona Evans of Thatcher, born February 14, 1912, the date of Arizona statehood.]
Kramer, Lauren

2013 2.21134 Hike deep into the Grand Canyon. The Canadian Jewish News (Montreal Edition), 43(30)(August 29)(23 Elul 5773):33.
Krannich, Richard S.; Luloff, A. E.; and Field, Donald R.

2011 2.15176 People, places and landscapes; social change in high amenity rural areas. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, and New York: Springer. (Landscape Series, Volume 14.)
Krastman, Hank

____ 2.8574 Journey to Palatkwapi. Hollow Earth Insider, 2(5).
Kraus, Joe

1975 2.20849 Old forts of northern Arizona. Desert Magazine, 38(10)(October):6-9. [Includes Pipe Spring.]
Krause, Fritz

1907 2.12828 Die Pueblo-Indianer. Eine historisch-ethnographische Studie. Kaiserlisch Leopolidinisch-Carolinische Deutschen Akademie der Naturforscher, Abhandlungen, Nova Acta, 87(1), 226 pp., 10 plates. [See "Die Tusayan", pp. 111 ff, including note of Pedro de Tovar and Cibola.]
Krauss, Lawrence

2007 2.12329 Museum of misinformation; a religious motivation doesn't make distorging science any less fraudulent. New Scientist, (May 26):22. [Creation Museum.]
Kreilkamp, Ann

1990 2.12332 To be one with the river. Crone Chronicles, no. 4 (Spring Equinox). [Editorial.]
Kremicrlt, Dietrich, and Blucher, C. Graf

1899 2.13920 [Comment.] In: Woods, G. K. (compiler), Personal impressions of the Grand Cañon of the Colorado River near Flagstaff, Arizona, as seen through nearly two thousand eyes, and written in the private visitors' book of the world-famous guide Capt. John Hance, guide, story-teller, and path-finder. San Francisco: Whitaker and Ray Co., for G. K. Woods, Flagstaff, A.T., p. 71. [Names thus.]
Kreutz, Douglas

1999 2.3947 [Excerpt.] In: O'Reilly, Sean, O'Reilly, James, and Habegger, Larry (eds.), Grand Canyon; true stories of life below the rim. San Francisco: Travelers' Tales, p. 148. [Excerpt as filler, from text of Kreutz and Elms (1994).]
Kreutz, Douglas, and Elms, David, Jr.

1994 2.3948 Miles of wonderland beckon hikers to the North Rim's Ken Patrick Trail. Arizona Highways, 70(8):56, inside back cover.

1995 2.3949 If you're into great scenic views, try Transept Trail on the North Rim. In: Hike of the Month [section]. Arizona Highways, 71(7):56.

1995 2.3950 Discover a spectacular trek on the North Rim's Uncle Rim Trail. In: Hike of the Month [section]. Arizona Highways, 71(9):56, inside back cover.
Kreutz, Douglas, and James, Kerrick

1996 2.3951 Havasu Canyon; land of the blue-green water. Arizona Highways, 72(4):cover, 1, 30-35.

1999 2.3952 The Little Colorado; more than 200 miles of surprises from sacred springs to chocolate falls to turquoise torrents. Arizona Highways, 75(6):4-13, back cover.
Kreutzkamp, Dieter, and Ohlhoff, Kurt Jochen

1998 2.7726 Rocky Mountains; zwischen New Mexico und Kanada, Colorado River und Prärien. Frederking/Thaler, 190 pp.
Krider, Jim

2003 2.9252 [Letter to the Editor.] The Bulletin (Grand Canyon Historical Society), 7(2):4.
Kriege, Owen H.

1990 2.3953 Arizona Territorial postmark catalog. Sedona, Arizona: Owen H. Kriege, 5th ed., 131 pp. >Mon. 8: 12-22<
Kristensen, Evald

1922 2.18963 De Forenede Stater; landed og folket; ved Evald Kristensen 1921. Omaha, Nebraska: Axel H. Andersen, Inc., 368 pp. [Grand Canyon, pp. 120-121. Imperial Valley, p. 148.] [In Danish.]
Krmpotic, M. D.

1923 2.3954 Life and works of the Reverend Ferdinand Konscak, S.J., 1703-1759, an early missionary in California. Boston: Stratford Co., 167 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-30<
Kroeber, Alfred L., and Kroeber, Clifton B.

1973 2.7256 A Mohave war reminiscence 1854-1880. Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 97 pp. (University of California Publications in Anthropology, Volume 10.)

1994 2.7257 A Mohave war reminiscence 1854-1880. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 97 pp.
Kroeber, Clifton B.

1964 2.3955 The route of James O. Pattie on the Colorado in 1826, a reappraisal by A. L. Kroeber. Arizona and the West, 6(2):119-136. [Also see comments by Euler, Robert C. (1964).] >Mon. 8: 1-30<

1980 2.18507 Lower Colorado River peoples: Hostilities and hunger, 1850-1857. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, 2(2):187-198.
Krone, Kent, and Krone, Charlene

2011 2.21047 The Red Rock Ride. The Trail Rider, (March):28-30, 32-34. [Commercial six-day riding trip in southern Utah locations, and including Grand Canyon North Rim.]
Kropotkin, Prince [Kropotkin, Pyotr Alexeyevich; Kropotkin, Peter]

1897 2.15884 From the Nineteenth Century. Recent Science. The Living Age, 215 (Series 6, 16)(2788)(December 11):691-706. [See pp. 691-692, notice of Colorado River basin, the "Colorado cañon" and "Grand Plateau of the Colorado" (sic).]
Kruger, Verlen, and Frentz, Brand

2005 2.10721 The ultimate canoe challenge; 28,000 miles through North America. New York: iUniverse, 229 pp. (see Chapter 14, "Up the Grand Canyon", pp. 180-197; Chapter 15, "The Last Pass", pp. 198-199).
Krulwich, Robert

2008 2.12784 Tell me a story. Engineering and Science (California Institute of Technology), (Fall):10-16 (see pp. 14-15).
Krutch, Joseph Wood

1957 2.3956 Canyon of unending wonder. New York Times Magazine, (September 29):37+. >Mon. 8: 1-30<

1958 2.3958 Grand Canyon: Today and all its yesterdays. New York: William Sloane Associates, Inc., 276 pp. [Hardbound and softbound states.] >Mon. 8: 1-30< FQ1:61, 61a FQ2:57-57b FQ3:77 FQ4:92 FQ5:105 FQ6:136 FQ7:126 FQ8:236, 236a FQ9:340 FQ10:200 FQ11:234A, 234B FQ12:303 FQ13:276A FQ13A:110 FQ15:312A, 312B FQ17:239A, 239B Guidon 381

1962 2.3960 Grand Canyon. Garden City, New York: The Natural History Library, Anchor Books, Doubleday and Co., Inc., in cooperation with the American Museum of Natural History, 252 pp. (Natural History Library Edition by special arrangement with William Sloane Associates.)

1962 2.20753 Man's mark on the desert. Desert Magazine, 25(7)(July):22-25. [Includes artistic photo of Little Colorado River bridge at Cameron (p. 22) by Hulbert Burroughs.]

1967 2.3961 The eye of the beholder. American West, 4(May):18-20. >Mon. 8: 1-66<

1968 2.3962 Grand Canyon: Today and all its yesterdays. New York: William Sloane Associates, Inc., Apollo ed., 276 pp. >Mon. 8: 1-30<

1969 2.3963 Dam Grand Canyon? In: The best nature writing of Joseph Wood Krutch. New York: William Morrow and Co., Inc., pp. 226-234. >Mon. 8: 1-30<

1969 2.3964 Journey in time. In: The best nature writing of Joseph Wood Krutch. New York: William Morrow and Co., Inc., pp. 226-234. >Mon. 8: 1-30<
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