The official website for the Arizona State Archives under the direction of the Secretary of State of Arizona.

 
The State Archives, located in the Polly Rosenbaum Archives and History Building, collects, preserves and makes available to the public and all branches of government, permanent public records, historical manuscripts, photographs and other materials that contribute to the understanding of Arizona history. The Records Management Center administers the management of public records throughout state and local government in Arizona.
 
 

Online Collections

The Arizona State Library has an associated Digital Arizona Library (DAZL) with collections including:

 
 

Onsite Collections

Genealogical resources at the Arizona State Archives include but are not limited to:

  • Assessment Rolls containing lists of taxable persons and their property.
  • Brand Indexes and Books.
  • Coroner or Justice Court records detail inquests held for violent or suspicious deaths
  • Great Registers containing personal information required of those who registered to vote.
  • Records from the Territorial Prison.
  • Superior Court records including marriage licenses, wills, probate cases, and civil and criminal cases.
  • Historic Arizona newspapers
  • Arizona Collection with more than 75,000 items
  • A Ready Reference collection of general books
  • Online resources (for in-Library use):

 

The Arizona State Archives also has a blog, Arizona Archivy.

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