Arizona Collection, Arizona State University Libraries

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Since the early 1900's, the Arizona Collection has been an integral part of the ASU Libraries. In 1985, the collection became part of the Archives and Special Collections Department. As a research repository containing primary and secondary source materials covering prehistoric Arizona to the present, the Arizona Collection has resources relevant to historical studies of old Arizona as well as materials necessary for any true understanding of current and future issues affecting our state.

The Arizona Collection actively solicits collections of manuscripts, personal papers, books, photographs, and other resource materials on Arizona and the Southwest. Out principal interest is in unpublished materials such as correspondence, diaries, photo collections, minutes of meetings, scrapbooks, and research files.

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