Greater Arizona Collection Audio and Visual Materials consist of selected archival audio recordings, motion pictures and video productions. Media is added as permissions are secured, and resources for digitization become available.
The Digital Repository contains digitized photographs and many other online resources.
A collaborative digital library with archival documents and photographs that describe why people chose to live in Arizona.
This index provides access to the Greater Arizona's Ephemera and Small Manuscript collections. There are many relevant resources on the history of the desert, land, and water in Arizona. Please note that these are not digitized and have to be requested via Ask an Archivist.
Some examples of items available in Greater Arizona Ephemera:
Indian Rights & Claims - Environmental Considerations (1977) - CE EPH IG-8.20
Earth Talk: The Valley's Journal of Environmental News (varied dates) - CE-EPH-30
Environmental Impact Statement for Gila River Indian Community (1995) - CE-EPH DTO-Gila River
Search finding aids from a number of archives across the state of Arizona. Watch for the location of individual collections!
A digital library of archival photographs, documents and other resources contributed by a large number of Arizona archives, museums and libraries.
CP MCL 76969.PHX135
Greater Arizona Collection
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