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FamilySearch This article describes the services and resources available at a Family History Center, a branch facility of the Family History Library.

Our center is in located at the Tucson West Stake Center, serving northwestern Tucson.



Center Contacts and Hours

Location & Map:

  • 3530 W Magee, Tucson, AZ 85741 USA
  • From Ina Road go north on Thornydale about one mile to Magee Rd. Turn east on Magee, continue one quarter mile to the church building on the left.
  • Take the second entrance on the east side of the building.
  • The Family Search Center is entered through the small door just to the left of the main east entrance of the building.
  • Location Map

Phone: 520-579-3493
E-mail: az_tucsonwest@ldsmail.net

Open Hours:

  • Tuesday: 9AM to 5PM
  • Wednesday: 9AM to 5PM
  • Thursday: 4PM to 8PM
  • Saturday: 9AM to 1PM

Holiday Schedule:

  • Closed for the 4th of July
  • Closed  for Thanksgiving
  • Closed  for Christmas

Calendar and Events

Upcoming Events

Class Schedule

Staff Training Meetings

None at present

Center Resources



  • FamilySearch Catalog. Films are now ordered online by all patrons. Internet access is available at the library.
  • We have extensive hard bound collections for North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Virginia as well as a few New England collections.

Databases and Software

  • FHC Portal: This center has access to the Family History Center Portal page which gives free access in the center to family history software and websites that generally charge for subscriptions. The resources currently include:
  1. 19th Century British Library Newspapers digital archive – Searchable database of the British Library's newspaper holdings with a complete run of 48 national and regional Victorian British newspapers for the 19th century (from 1800 to 1900)
  2. Access Newspaper Archives – Searchable newspaper archive, featuring billions of articles from historical newspapers around the U.S. and the world
  3. Alexander Street Press - Focused on records from the American Civil War. Searchable information on over 4 million soldiers and thousands of battles, together with 15,000 photographs. Contains approximately 100,000 indexed pages of diaries, letters, and memoirs. Includes images, photographs, posters, and ephemera
  4. Ancestry.com – Searchable collections of records from around the world, including immigration, census, voter, vital, and military records; newspapers and periodicals; family trees; photos and images; directories, maps, court, land, wills and financial records, stories, memories, and histories; and detailed records about births, marriages, deaths, land ownership
  5. ArkivDigital Online – Images of Swedish Church Records and other historical records. Indexed by locality
  6. Find My Past – Searchable collections of records from the United Kingdom and Ireland, including the 1911 Brish Census. (Not all of the content from Find My Past is available in family history centers)
  7. Fold3 – Search or browse millions of historical documents and photos, focused on military records and stories
  8. Heritage Quest Online – Heritage Quest Online database is a collection of material for both genealogical and historical researchers, with coverage dating back to the late 1700s. U.S. federal census images from 1790, books, periodicals, Revolutionary War Era Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, Freedman’s Bank records
  9. Historic Map Works Library Edition - Digital map collections available, with high-resolution, full color historic and antique maps
  10. Legacy Stories - Resource for storing and publishing on-line family history information in text, audio, and multi-media formats
  11. Paper Trail – Provides access to 19th-century westward American migration documents
  12. World Vital Records – Access to birth, marriage, and death records; Social Security Death Index; family trees; census records; immigration records; court, land, and probate records; military records directory lists; newspapers, family histories, reference materials, biographies, wills, gravestone photos, ship manifests, map collections, and yearbook collections

Hardware and Equipment

  • Nine computers with internet access, five microfilm readers, and a microfilm scanner are available. Wireless access available upon request.

Center Services

Staff Research Specialties

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