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Contributed by Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records: State of Arizona Research Library

This collection of books and periodicals represents early Arizona history. The historic collection dates from territorial through statehood and in to the 1920s. Materials selected include territorial legislative acts, Arizona histories from the early days of statehood, and Arizona, The State Magazine, a publication spanning fifteen years of Arizona's early history. Within this collection, there are many great photographs, articles, and ads that share the story of Arizona's early years.

Within this collection is Arizona, The State Magazine, available at the Archives with some issues in bound format and some unbound. Due to the fragile nature of these 100 year old magazines and their bindings, the scans provided are the best available. If you need further access to one of these volumes or articles, please contact us.

If you haven't found what you are looking for, please try the Library and Archives' online catalog, visit the library, or email us at azsos.libanswers.com!

Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records
State of Arizona Research Library

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Phoenix, AZ 85009
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