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Greater Arizona Collection: Digital Materials

Online tools and resources for research on Arizona and the Southwest

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Digital Materials

Arizona Collection Audio and Visual Materials 

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. 

Arizona Collection Digital Publications 

Colorado River and the Central Arizona Project 

Roy Elson Papers 

Campaign films for Senator Carl T. Hayden received from his Administrative Assistant.

Samuel P. Goddard Papers Online 

Senator Barry M. Goldwater Audio and Visual Materials 

Senator Barry M. Goldwater 1964 Presidential Campaign Speeches

Senator Carl T. Hayden Audio and Visual Materials 

The George H.N. Luhrs Family in Phoenix and Arizona, 1847-1984 

Japanese Internment Camps Collection 

Billie Maxwell and the White Mountain Orchestra 

McCulloch Brothers Inc. Photographs, 1884-1947 

J. Howard Pyle Radio Broadcasts 

Lincoln Ragsdale Emancipation Proclamation Audio Recordings 

Stephen Shadegg Audio Recordings 

Phoenix Sanitary Commission radio broadcasts, Gov. Ernest MacFarland 1957 inauguration, memorial eulogy for Maricopa County Sheriff Ernest W. Roach.

Del E. Webb Corporation Photographs 

Selected black and white photographs of Del Webb construction projects and of Del Webb with several celebrities and professional athletes.

Why Arizona? 

A collaborative digital library with archival documents and photographs that describe why people chose to live in Arizona. 


Did you know?

Advertisement for Donofrio's Candy of Phoenix, ca. 1930. Their office was located at 228 N. Central Ave, far from the location of this photograph!

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