Tag Archives: Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving!

27 Nov

We wish you and your loved ones a very Happy Thanksgiving!

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Thanksgiving Postcard — Photo Identifier – PC98B14 #69872

Closures – Thanksgiving Holiday

25 Nov

We hope you have a very special holiday with loved ones, and delicious food.

Here are some turkeys for your enjoyment.

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This photograph is of Karl F. Barfield, and his turkeys at the Barfield Sanitorium. Karl raised his own turkeys, and he served his guests and patients right on his property on east Speedway. Photo Identifier: PC 1000 – Portrait – Barfield, Karl F. #47081

We will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday on Thursday, November 27, 2014 & Friday November 28, 2014. We will reopen on Monday December 1, 2014 to our regular business hours of Monday – Friday 9am-4pm. We apologize for the incovenience, and please feel free to contact us at ahsref@azhs.gov or 520 – 617- 1157 if you have any questions.

Thanksgiving

28 Nov

Today is Thanksgiving and the archives is closed in observance, both today Thursday, November 28 and tomorrow Friday, November 29. Today we’re sharing a fun find from one of our manuscript collections, MS 1183 Ronstadt Family Postcard Correspondence. Archivist Caitlin Lampman chose this particular postcard because of the adorable turkey border that surrounds the picture.  The archivists here at AHS hope that your Thanksgiving meal was as abundant and delicious as the pile of veggies this card shows and full of moments to reflect on the things you are glad to have. 

MS1183, Ronstadt Family Postcard Collection, Folder 17, #N.

MS1183, Ronstadt Family Postcard Collection, Folder 17, #N. As always, if you would like to use any of the photos seen here on the blog please contact ahsref@azhs.gov for information on image reproduction.

Thanksgiving Week Archives Closures

25 Nov

This week the Library and Archives in Tucson will be closed on Thursday, November 28 and Friday, November 29 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. The Arizona History Museum, however, will be open to the public on Friday November 29th.

Please plan your research days accordingly and enjoy the holiday the best way you know how…whether it’s with turkey and gravy or macaroni and cheese. 🙂