The Arizona Memory Project recently announced an exciting addition: the Arizona State Archives Legislative Oral History Project.
“The Legislative Oral History Project documents the memories of former state legislators about their time in office. This online collection only features excerpts of these oral histories. Full versions are available for public viewing at the Arizona State Archives, located at the Polly Rosenbaum Archives and History building, 1901 W. Madison, Phoenix, Arizona.”
Hungry for more history? See our previous blog entry on legislative history resources, and be sure to check out the Law Library’s fabulous research guides on:
- Arizona Legislative History
- Arizona Legislation and Statutes
- Arizona Bills and Legislation
- Arizona Constitutional History
Speaking of Arizona history, you may know that 2012 will mark AZ’s 100th year of statehood. To mark the occasion, ASU’s Herberger Institute is putting on the AZ Centennial Plays (October 21 – 30). You can find out about more ways the Centennial is being celebrated at the Arizona Centennial Foundation and Arizona Historical Advisory Commission websites.