Thomas E. Campbell, Governor of Arizona 1917, "True Copy of the Notes of Hon. Thomas E. Campbell," 62-page manuscript written between 1934 and 1939.
Arizona Historical Society Library, MS 132, Campbell Family Papers, Folder 6.
Robert H. Dickson, and Christina E. Dickson, "Wobbly Tactics," in Dickson Saga: Story of Our Married Life (1970), pp. 26-29.
Walter Douglas, Interview by the Arizona Historical Society, 1985, pp. 53-57 of transcript. Interview with Walter Douglas, grandson of James S. Douglas, founder of Phelps Dodge.
Arizona Historical Society Library, AV 0001-20.
Mrs. Anna Payne, Irate Mom Stops Deputies Cold -- Frees Sons from Deportation Mob! Her statement to the Arizona State Attorney General during their investigation of the deportation.
Miriam E. Tefft, "Last of the Vigilantes," 1982, complete manuscript. Tefft's recollections as a 15-year-old girl in Bisbee.
Arizona Historical Society Library, Tefft Bio File.
Dated 2 February, 1982.
Gussie Wood, "It Happened at Night"
Sharlot Hall Museum Library, Box 2, Folder 4, Item 6 of "Old Bisbee as I remember it."
"Voices of Yavapai" An Interview with Herbert V. Young (1887-1988).
Interviewed on 12 November, 1974.
"Excerpts from a letter" A letter written by George Medigovich to Clare Ellinwood giving his memories of the Bisbee Deportations in 1917.
Special Collections WL9791 Pam.11
- Watson, Fred. "Still on Strike: Recollections of a Bisbee Deportee." Journal of Arizona History 18.2 (1977): 171-184. Deportee and former Copper Queen miner Fred Watson accounts first-hand the deportation, conditions at the camp in Columbus, New Mexico, and the subsequent trial of vigilante organizers.