Historic newspapers digitized by the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. Read newspapers from the state of Arizona published between 1859 and 1922. Statewide Access.
An essential database for Arizona research. Find microfilmed copies of birth certificates from 1855-1939 and death certificates from 1870-1964.
A digital data repository for the state of Arizona. Find varying kinds of documents, including maps and historic documents, created and maintained by the Arizona Geological Survey.
With Chronicling America, you can search America's historic newspapers from 1836–1922 or find information about American newspapers published from 1690 to today.
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- After clicking the above link to PBS Video Collection
- Scroll down the page to the "Search by institution name box" and type in Pima County Public Library.
- In the "Library card login box," enter your library card number
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