The Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records ensures that the Arizona Legislature and Arizonans have access to the information they need today, and the history of Arizona for tomorrow, through partnerships with all types of cultural and public information institutions.
The agency provides access to unique historical and contemporary resources in the areas of law, government, genealogy and Arizoniana. The agency includes the official archives of the state, a state and federal publications depository library, the state law library, the Capitol Museum, and a genealogy and maps collection. The agency also offers special services for the visually and physically impaired, services to public libraries, and the public records management program.
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