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GAHS Archive Librar

Glendale Arizona Historical Society has an archive library focused on Glendale that is located in the Sahuaro Ranch Guest House.  Some of the items in the collection are photographs, school yearbooks, Glendale newspapers, city maps and directories, assorted subject news clippings, historic home information. We also have archived obituaries and wedding announcements dating back many years.

 

If you are researching a Glendale subject, we may be able to assist you. Please email our archive library volunteers at library.gahs73@gmail.com and include what you are looking for and as much detail as you can offer on the subject. We provide a free 30 minute consultation to inform you of the initial findings.  To view an archive item in person (Example: yearbooks), email the archive library to make an viewing appointment during regular business hours. If you wish to have our volunteers conduct a full archive search, the fee is $25 per hour. The hourly research fee is $10 per hour for GAHS members.

*PLEASE NOTE* ~ GAHS does not allow archive materials offsite.

GAHS Online Database

You now have the ability to search GAHS's files, photographs, and library holdings anytime, anywhere by using our online database. Records and files are continually being added.

To view the online database, click HERE.

The Arizona Memory Project

The Arizona Memory Project provides online access to documents, photographs, oral histories and video that chronicle Arizona’s history and culture and they offer additional research information on Glendale's history, much of it provided by GAHS 

 

You can find Glendale, Arizona files on The Arizona Memory Project  here.

Also in Glendale file on The Arizona Memory Project are a collection of 30 oral histories. It's a fascinating assortment early Glendale residents and residents still active in our community whos memories shed light on the mix of cultures and backgrounds that came together to make Glendale what it is today.

 

Visit and listen to the collection of Glendale oral histories here .

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