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Explore rare books, manuscripts, photographs, and other unique archival materials, with a focus on Arizona, the Southwest, and the U.S./Mexico Borderlands. Includes papers for prominent UA scientists such as Andrew E. Douglass, Edward T. Hall, Pierre Lecomte du Nouy, Homer L. Shantz, and George E.P. Smith.
University of Arizona Yearbooks
Browse digitized yearbooks from 1903-2005 are available in the campus repository.
Tucson Arizona Family History Center
Access a large collection of genealogical records, as well as books, magazines, software, and classes about genealogy.
Find birth and death certificates, adoptions and other records kept by the Arizona Office of Vital Records.
Pima County Genealogy Society
Find local cemetery information, connect with others searching for similar surnames, or request research services
Arizona Genealogy Birth and Death Certificates
Access PDF copies of birth and death certificates that are public record from the Arizona Department of Health Services. Includes births that occurred at least 75 years ago and deaths that occurred at least 50 years ago.
Arizona Historical Society
Explore the world's largest collection of Arizona history artifacts, documents, and photographs.
Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records
Find public records such as assessment rolls, voter registries, land records, and pre-WWII marriage licenses and court records.
Many of our newspaper databases allow you to search for birth notices, marriage licenses, and obituaries.
ProQuest Historical Newspapers (select the appropriate Document Type)
America's Historical Newspapers (choose options under Article Type)
See our Find news sources page
Pima County Public Library
Access genealogy databases and resources with your public library card.
Search genealogy records collected by the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (requires setting up a free account).
RootsWeb Message Board
Connect with other family researchers through one of the largest online genealogy communities. Includes options to search by name and location or browse by topic.