Sharlot Hall Museum, a state funded agency and non-profit entity, was founded in 1928 by Arizona historian, poetess, and activist Sharlot Mabdrith Hall. The Museum Library and Archives, a full service research facility, serves over 3,000 patrons a year and holds archaeological, cultural, and historical materials related to County and Northern Arizona. Vast collections of rare books, manuscripts, diaries, personal papers, organizational papers, maps, photographs, oral histories, archaeological reports, local and state governmental records, and genealogical materials vary in subject matter. Subjects range from Native populations and early Caucasian settlement to modern mining, ranching, and business history of and Northern Arizona. Our doors are always open to researchers: local, out-of-town, professional, amateur, and academic. Remote access to databases, finding aids, historical articles, and other valuable resources is available at http://www.sharlot.org/archives/.
Sharlot Hall Museum Library and Archives
415 West Gurley Street
Prescott, AZ 86301
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