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ARIZONA HISTORY DIGITAL HUB

Explore the Arizona Historical Society’s “Arizona History Digital Hub”

Experience Arizona History like never before. In the coming weeks, journey into Arizona’s rich and vibrant past with online resources, virtual tours, and additional digital content. We invite you to connect with us on social media and explore resources for you, your family, and students. History is happening every day, and now more than ever, is vital to our lives. And discover how you can access the Journal of Arizona History online for FREE until June 30.

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NEW VIRTUAL EVENT

Explore “Barry Goldwater’s Reflection in the Oasis of Frontier Conservatism” on June 10

Join your favorite Journal of Arizona History authors for a free presentation and discussion! On June 10 from 6:00-7:00 p.m., Sean P. Cunningham will present “Man of the West: Goldwater’s Reflection in the Oasis of Frontier Conservatism” from the Spring 2020 Barry Goldwater and the Election of 1964 Issue. Enjoy articles from the Journal for free from Project MUSE through June 30.

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What are your thoughts about reopening? 

As of May 15, all Arizona Historical Society Museums and Library and Archives are closed to the public. Public programs are canceled until further notice. Our staff continues to work remotely and you can contact us via the Staff Directory. For research inquiries contact the the Library and Archives reference desk at [email protected].

As we start to put together a thoughtful and detailed plan to cautiously open up our beloved museums and libraries, we need your input. Will you please take three minutes and fill out a survey on Society activities, programs, and facilities as we emerge from COVID-19?

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