Monthly Archives: September 2015

Special temporary exhibit at State Archives

October is ghost season and the Arizona State Archives is celebrating with a display of documents and photographs. Come to the state archives and see a series of exhibits relating to Arizona ghost towns and abandoned places, Thursday, October 1. … Continue reading

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The Capitol Stacks!

To read the September / October 2015 issue of the Capitol Stacks, click on the image above. To receive future issues, use the button below: Sign Up Now

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Like our banner image?

Our banner image consists of portions of the Arizona Pageant of Progress murals in the lobby of the State Library. They are original to the building, having been painted by Jay Datus in 1938. If you‘d like to have one … Continue reading

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See the Signed Arizona State Constitution Tomorrow!

The State Library will be celebrating Constitution Day this Thursday, September 17 in the Historic Senate Chamber of the Capitol Museum tomorrow. The original, signed Arizona State Constitution will be on display for the first time since 2012, courtesy of the … Continue reading

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Thinking of Filing a Provisional Application for a Patent?

Visit our Patent and Trademark Resource Center for a free copy of the USPTO’s new guidebook!

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The Arizona Capitol Museum Store is Online

Those who have visited the library may not have known about the Arizona Capitol Museum Store, part of the Arizona Capitol Museum, and our neighbors down the hall. They are now online! Learn more in this video starring Secretary of … Continue reading

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