Arizona State Archives - State, County, and Local Government Records
Government records protect the right of citizens, promote accountability for government officials and provide continuity. Records in the Arizona State Archives were created by individuals or agencies within state or local government organizations. Agency records include those from boards, commissions and departments, as well as executive, legislative and judicial branches and date from 1863 to the early 1990s. Local records include those from county and city governments and date from 1863 to the 1940s.
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Amended accusation by Maricopa County Superior Court charging Ernesto Miranda with robbery, May 1963
Copy of a letter from Governor Osborn to Frank Flynn, May 20, 1942, re: release of boy of Japanese and Mexican descent to his mother
Copy of a telegram from Governor Osborn to William K. Hopkins, September 3, 1942, re: wartime labor shortage
Letter from B. N. Lawrence to Governor Osborn, August 4, 1942, re: internment of Japanese-American Californians
Letter from Chester A. Smith to Governor Osborn, June 22, 1945, re: assistance for returning veterans
Letter from Jay Datus to Mulford Winsor, November 12, 1941, re: Lon Megargee's comments on Pageant of Progress murals