Museum News

Join us for a kids program at the Sanguinetti House Museum and Gardens on August 20th.

 
This fun program, Born to Fly: Exploring the 1929 Women’s Air Derby and Arizona, will include an exploration of the 1929 Women’s Air Derby and how Arizona played a part in this historic event in aviation history. Admission includes an hour long program with story time, history discussion, and a take home bag. This program is built for children in 3rd grade and up, but all are welcome! Admission is extra for those who would like to visit the museum.

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Upcoming Events

Join us on August 25 for a free virtual program on How Mary Colter Sold the Southwest!

How do we know something is “southwestern?” What makes us look at a building or painting or a knickknack and think to ourselves, “that’s in the southwestern style”? Join us as recent Journal of Arizona History author Christina Lake will seek to answer these questions by exploring the career of Mary Jane Colter.

Dr. Lake’s article is free for the month of August! Read it here: https://muse.jhu.edu/article/852646

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Journal of Arizona History

“Journal of Arizona History” Volume 63, Number 2, Summer 2022

The newest Summer issue of the Journal of Arizona History is now on Project MUSE! AHS Members receive free access to the Journal and all past issues. Not a member yet? Join today!

 

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