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Arizona State Archives, Phoenix, has collections from state, county and local government offices, boards and commissions as well as collections from private citizens and non-governmental groups. These records help document the official actions of state, county and local governments and the private lives and accomplishments of people and organizations in Arizona.Arizona State Library, 
RegionalMesa FamilySearch LibraryFamily History Centers in the world. The public is welcome. They have a good collection of 40,000 United States genealogy books, and an outstanding collection of U.S. federal censuses as part of their 81,000 microfilms. They also have 129 free guest computers with access to FamilySearch, Ancestry.com, Fold3, American Ancestors, World Vital Records, and other popular family history websites. They offer over 90 classes and workshops per month.
- ASU Museums, Galleries & Collections ASU has a variety of collections that reflects much of ASU's and Arizona's history and culture. The Archaeological Research Institute hosts a collection of Arizona artifacts that have been discovered. ASU also has the Museum of Anthropology and the Luhrs Gallery which exhibits the collections of historical writings and manuscripts about Arizona.
Phoenix Public Library, Burton Barr Central Library
Pima County Public Library, Joel D. Valdez Main Library, Tucson, Arizona collection, and the Southern Arizona Genealogical Society collection are housed here.
West Valley Genealogical Society, Youngstown, an active society with a good little library. Probably represents outside Arizona better because of retirees who contribute genealogies from all around the U.S.
National Archives—Pacific Region (Riverside) The National Archives at Riverside, California, has more than 38,000 cubic feet of archival holdings dating from about l850 to the l980s. In addition to textual records, there are architectural drawings, maps, and photographs. These holdings were created or received by the Federal courts and over 50 Federal agencies in Arizona, southern California, and Clark County, Nevada. Federal law requires that agencies transfer permanently valuable, noncurrent records to the National Archives.
Bancroft Library, Univ. Calif. Berkeley An outstanding collection for early settlers, migration trails, stagecoaches, miners, and histories. They probably have more Arizona historical material than any repository in Arizona.Family History Library,
Also, the Mountain West Digital Library combines digital collections from more than 50 universities, colleges, public libraries, museums, state agencies, and historical societies in Arizona, Utah, Nevada, Idaho, and Hawaii.
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