• 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"
    No date.
    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.