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We searched the National Archives Catalog and while we located certain series of reports and correspondence concerning the Winslow Indian Sanitorium, we did not locate a file unit explicitly identifying a plot map for the cemetery. Should you be interested, we located the series Agency Correspondence , 1926 - 1949, Subject Files of the District Medical Director, 1926 - 1952, Hospital Reports, 1926 - 1950, Physicians' Monthly Reports, 1933 - 1950, Records of the District Supervisory Nurses, 1931 - 1943, and Central Classified Files, 1924 - 1954 in the Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (Record Group 75) that may include information regarding the Winslow Indian Sanatorium and its cemetery. We also located the file unit Winslow Sanatorium: 1934-35 in the series Superintendents' Annual Narrative and Statistical Reports, 1910 - 1935, also from Record Group 75, that includes a narrative report and statistical information regarding the Bureau of Indian Affairs hospital. This file unit has been digitized and is available for viewing via the Catalog. For more information about these records and others of Bureau of Indian Affairs organizations in Arizona, please contact the National Archives at Riverside (RW-RS) at email@example.com.
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Index of Winslow Indian Sanatorium Cemetery : from Navajo County death certificates published from 1933 through 1960
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Thank you for the information, I and my co-chairwoman Gail Sadler submitted the information to the LDS Church. We generated the index after 1400+ hours of research. We went through every AZ Death Certificate from 1933 through 1968 and built the index of 542 individuals. We are looking for the actual plot map which we are hoping was submitted to the archives possible in 1976 when the facility went to ambulatory care only.