Announcements and Closures

13 Aug

We hope everyone’s having a great summer! We have a few announcements regarding visiting the archives in the near future (since we know announcements can be boring, we’ve illustrated the announcements with photos from our collection!)

First of all – it’s cold in here! I know it’s a hot summer out there in Tucson, but the Reading Room is a steady 60 degrees so if you’re coming in to do research please dress accordingly!

It feels like this outside:

The swimming pool at the Arizona Inn in the late 1930s. Buehman Photograph Collection, BN27219. As always, if you would like to use any photos on this blog, please contact us at ahsref@azhs.gov for permissions.

The swimming pool at the Arizona Inn in the late 1930s. Buehman Photograph Collection, BN27219. As always, if you would like to use any photos on this blog, please contact us at ahsref@azhs.gov for permissions.

But dress for this inside:

Snow covering the cacti at an unidentified home. Buehman Photograph Collection, BN207387. If you'd like to use any photos on this blog, please contact us at ahsref@azhs.gov for permissions.

Snow covering the cacti at an unidentified home. Buehman Photograph Collection, BN207387. If you’d like to use any photos on this blog, please contact us at ahsref@azhs.gov for permissions.

Closures: We are also going to have a few changes to our schedules in the next two months. During the week of August 25th through 29th we WILL ONLY BE OPEN FROM 1:30pm to 4pm. This is because we are in the midst of migrating our catalog and need the time in the morning to do crucial work on that project.

Home library from an album belonging to Fred W. Brown. Main Photograph Collection, 60670. If you'd like to use any photos from this blog, please contact us at ahsref@azhs.gov for permissions.

Home library from an album belonging to Fred W. Brown. Main Photograph Collection, 60670. If you’d like to use any photos from this blog, please contact us at ahsref@azhs.gov for permissions.

We will also be CLOSED from September 17th through September 19th to attend a workshop on preserving A/V materials which will be a great help to us in planning for the continued preservation of hundreds of feet of audiovisual material!

Unidentified woman at the KVOA radio station in Tucson, surrounded by wax cylinder audio recordings. Buehman Photograph Collection, B93071. If you'd like to use any photos on this blog, please contact us at ahsref@azhs.gov for permissions.

Unidentified woman at the KVOA radio station in Tucson, surrounded by wax cylinder audio recordings. Buehman Photograph Collection, B93071. If you’d like to use any photos on this blog, please contact us at ahsref@azhs.gov for permissions.

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