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Phoenix, Arizona
History
Casa Grande, Arizona
Historical Society
Springerville, Arizona
History
Cave Creek, Arizona
History
Tucson, Arizona
Art, Culture, History, Library, Science, University
The Center for Creative Photography is a research institution with a robust program of exhibitions and public lectures. It is the largest institution in the world devoted to documenting the history of North American photography. At the heart of the Center are the archives of over 200 photographers, scholars, galleries, and organizations, comprised of 4.5 million items, complemented by an unparalleled collection of over 90,000 fine prints.
Cottonwood, Arizona
History
Bullhead City, Arizona
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Located On Highway 95, 1/2 mile north of the Laughlin Bridge at Davis Camp.
Discover more about the area! Come visit the Colorado River Museum. The building itself is an important historical landmark. It was built in 1947 to serve the population of workers who were building Davis Dam. You'll find interesting displays, artifacts and memorabilia of the Tri-State area. Valuable information on the original names of the area and the history of the people that made it all happen!
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