El Charro menu
This historic menu is from the El Charro Cafe in Tucson, founded by Monica Flin in 1923.
The Downtown History Museum in Tucson is home to this recreated historic barbershop.
This postcard is from our vast collection of Arizona postcards.
Sanguinetti House Parlor
Located in Yuma, the Sanguinetti House Museum and Gardens is a 19th century adobe home with carefully preserved rooms, like this beautiful parlor.
The historic Riordan Mansion in Flagstaff features many period household items, like this chessboard and tea set.
Butterfly at Riordan
When visiting the historic Riordan Mansion in Flagstaff, be sure to enjoy a stroll through the grounds.
This ca. 1910s photo of Mexican General Pancho Villa is featured on a postcard in the AHS collections.
Tucson-founding father Sam Hughes created this illustration for an essay on the founding of the Society of Arizona Pioneers, known today as the Arizona Historical Society.
Stuck on This Place
This ca. 1940s postcard is from AHS’ vast collection of Arizona postcards.
Barry Goldwater and his Ham Radio
Barry Goldwater was an avid amateur radio operator throughout much of his life. He sits in front of one of his “ham radio” in this undated photo.
Caroline Riordan’s Stove
Caroline Riordan’s “Super Steel Range” made by Bridge Beach and Co. of Saint Louis moved into the Riordan Mansion in 1904 and has been in this spot in the kitchen ever since.
Josias Joesler Tile Floor
Challenge yourself to complete the tile floor puzzle from the Arizona History Museum, housed in a historic Josias Joesler-designed building in Tucson.