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Finding Aids
A finding aid is a descriptive guide to the content of a collection. The guide describes the origin, background, contents, and arrangement of a collection. It also includes a folder listing of the contents.

Processed Collections
The alphbetical links below lead to an annotated list of all processed collections with links to the finding aids.

Finding Aids by Collection Type

  Manuscript Collections
  Photograph Collections
  Small Manuscript Collections
  Biography Files
  Oral History Collection
  Microfilm Collection


 

 



Arizona Historical Foundation
Reference Services

Individual Researchers

The Arizona Historical Foundation (AHF) collections are open for use by the general public. All researchers are required to observe the Foundation's Rules, Regulations and Policies. It is not necessary to make an appointment to use the collections. Reference assistance is available to individuals doing research at AHF.

Mail, E-mail, and Telephone Requests

AHF welcomes inquiries about our collections via mail, e-mail, and telephone . Due to a limited amount of staff time, we can only devote one half hour to answering each inquiry. More in-depth research requires the researcher to visit the Foundation.


Mail: Arizona Historical Foundation

Box 871006
Hayden Library, Arizona State University
Tempe , AZ 85287-1006

Email: contact@ahfweb.org
Phone: 480.965.3283