Arizona Memory Project
The Arizona Historical Society has contributed over 5000 photographs to the Arizona Memory Project. This online digital repository was established by the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. It includes collections from archival and cultural institutions from across the state. AHS has contributed the following exhibits:
- A Celebration of the Human Spirit- Japanese-American Relocation Camps in Arizona
- Arizona Aviation History – The Ruth Reinhold Collection
- Arizona City and Business Directories
- Arizona’s Saints and Shady Ladies
- Geronimo! Revered and Reviled!
- J. W. Hoover Lantern Slide Collection
- Lescher-Mahoney Architectural Drawings
- Mexican Heritage Project
- Richard Schaus Ranching Collection
- Robert Lenon Map Collection
- The Bass Photo Collection – Grand Canyon and Colorado Plateau
- This Day in Arizona History
- Tucson Territorial Pioneers
- Western Ways Feature Photographs
- Yuma Climate Records
Digital images of many early Arizona newspapers are available through two newspaper projects.
Chatter – World War II newsletter published by the Spanish-American Mothers and Wives Association (Tucson, AZ)
- June-July 1944
- August-September 1944
- October 1944
- November 1944- January 1945
- February – March 1945
- April – May 1945
- June – August 1945
Sacks Collection of the American West
The Sacks Collection of the American West is a bibliography of primary and secondary sources on the 19th century American West. Created by Dr. Benjamin Sacks, The bibliography covers people, places and events in Arizona, New Mexico, California, Colorado, Oregon and Mexico.
Theodore Roosevelt Center
The Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University collaborates with a number of national entities to obtain Roosevelt-related collections for its digital library. As part of this national collaboration the Arizona Historical Society is contributing over 1,000 items to this digital project. Over two hundred items have been posted and are available to view.
Virtual Arizona Experience
The Virtual Arizona Experience commemorates 100 years of statehood and provides a portal to the people, places, and events that defined our past and are shaping our future. The Arizona Historical Society has contributed thousands of images to this statewide initiative.