Announcing the new web based portal for exploring the archive collections at the State Archives of Arizona, the Arizona State Knowledge Center ask.azlibrary.gov.
Do you want to find out which marriage records for Gila County are housed at the state archives? Just ASK. Want to find out which records the State Archives has on the Wyatt Earp inquest? Just ASK! If you’re interested in information about the Alternative Fuel Program, just ASK.
By going to the Arizona State Knowledge Center Catalog ask.azlibrary.gov you can research what archival material is housed at the State Archives. You can either type into the Search Collections tab a search term or terms, check out our Core Collections, or simply browse all of our collections through the Browse by collection tab.
Your search will bring up finding guides that describe the collection, and in many cases provide a file by file list of what is in each collection. Once you know what collections you are interested in viewing you can stop by the Polly Rosenbaum State Archives and History Building at 1901 W. Madison, Phoenix, Arizona during regular business hours and talk to an archivist about viewing the material in the collections.