Then John Steiger put together his guidebook, which is now out of print. With the exception of the raunchy cartoons in the first part of the book, this is a really good piece of work and something to treasure if you find a copy somewhere.
The real classic is Bob Kerry's "Backcountry Climbing in Southern Arizona." Here is an example of what a guidebook ought to be. As the title says, this focuses on backcountry climbing so the Windy Point crowd won't find much here.
Next, and currently in print is Eric Fazio-Richard's "Squeezing the Lemmon". There was a terrible first edition, and a small interim guide listing newly done sport routes. The second edition of Squeezing the Lemmon, clearly supercedes both of these and is actually quite good. The new edition is definitely the book to have if you intend to do any climbing along the Catalina Highway.
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