Friends of the Arizona Historical Society, Inc.
Statewide
The Friends of the Arizona Historical Society (AHS) support the mission of the Arizona Historical Society, Connecting people through the power of Arizona’s history. As the main fundraising partner of the agency, Friends of AHS work statewide to help the organization achieve its strategic plan and goals.

Contact: Bruce Gwynn, [email protected]

 

Arizona History Convention
Tucson, AZ
The Arizona History Convention (AHC) is an annual convention that welcomes anyone interested in Arizona History to attend. Join amateur and professional historians in exploring Arizona’s rich and colorful past during three days of papers, talks, workshops, discussions, book displays, and field trips. Established in 1960, the Arizona History Convention offers a congenial venue for historical researchers to share their results of their labors with one another and the general public. 

Contact: John Lacy, [email protected]
Learn more: https://arizonahistory.org/

 

Douglas Historical Society
Douglas, AZ
The mission of the Douglas Historical Society is to promote research and education about the history of Douglas, Arizona. To acquire, protect, and preserve property, both real and personal having historical significance and value. The Douglas Historical Society operates the historic Douglas-Williams house, which is owned by the Arizona Historical Society.

Contact: [email protected]
Learn more: douglasazhistoricalsociety.com/

 

 

Friends of Arizona History, Inc.
Tucson, AZ
The Friends of Arizona History, Inc. are dedicated to advancing the understanding, appreciation, preservation, and restoration of all that is of historical value to southern Arizona.

Contact: [email protected]
Learn more:
https://www.facebook.com/SouthernArizonaHistoryConnection/

 

Historical League, Inc.
Tempe, AZ
The mission of the Historical League, Inc. is to support the Arizona Historical Society and the Arizona Heritage Center at Papago Park by fundraising, contributing the services of its members, and conducting educational and promotional activities.

Contact: Ruth McLeod, [email protected]
Learn more: https://www.HistoricalLeague.org

Los Amigos
Tucson, AZ
Los Amigos consists of all volunteers who serve the Arizona History Museum. Originally organized 20 years ago as the Docent Council, today Los Amigos is incorporated as a non-profit whose fundraising activities support museum events and exhibits. Volunteers guide visitors in the galleries, assist research in the library and help professional staff in archives and collections. Los Amigos provides thousands of hours annually in time and labor.

Contact: Vicki Schwager, [email protected] 

 

Los Descendientes Del Presidio De Tucson
Tucson, AZ
Los Descendientes Del Presidio De Tucson is a non-profit, charitable, cultural and educational organization founded to preserve the rich heritage and history of the Old Pueblo. Los Descendientes operate the Mexican American Heritage and History Musuem at the Sosa-Carillo House, a historic property owned by the Arizona Historical Society.

Contact: Betty Villegas, (520) 850-5779
Learn more: http://www.descendientes.org/home.html

 

Northern Arizona Pioneers’ Historical Society (NAPHS) / Riordan Action Network (RAN)
Flagstaff, AZ
The Northern Arizona Pioneers’ Historical Society (NAPHS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion, collection, preservation, and perpetuation of the history of northern Arizona. In pursuit of this mission, NAPHS supports the northern sites of the Arizona Historical Society (Pioneer Museum and Riordan Mansion State Historic Park) and other organizations which promote the history of northern Arizona.

Contact: Pat Loven, [email protected]
Learn more: 
https://nazpioneers.wixsite.com/nazpioneers 

 

Pathfinders (Arizona Pathfinders, Inc.)
Tucson, AZ
Arizona Pathfinders, Inc. is an active, non-profit volunteer support group for the Arizona Historical Society’s Arizona History Museum in Tucson, Arizona. Pathfinders volunteer, meet, work alongside, and socialize with friendly people who share an interest in Arizona history. They help raise money to support the Arizona History Museum’s needs, provide volunteer services, and assist and host openings of new exhibits, receptions and other social functions at the Museum. 

Contact: [email protected]
Learn more:
https://www.azpathfinders.org

 

Pine-Strawberry Archaeological and Historical Society
Strawberry, AZ
The Pine-Strawberry Archaeological and Historical Society operates the museum at the Strawberry Schoolhouse. Built in 1885, this historic structure is owned by the Arizona Historical Society and is the oldest standing schoolhouse in Arizona.

Learn more: https://www.pinestrawhs.org/schoolhouse.html

 

Yuma County Historical Society
Yuma, AZ
The mission of the Yuma County Historical Society is to raise funds and support YCHS with supplementary funds and guidance.

Contact: [email protected]
Learn more:
https://www.facebook.com/YumaCountyHistoricalSociety/

 

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