The latest print copies of Arizona Newspapers are kept in the State Library of Arizona in the 1938 addition to the Capitol Building. Newspapers dating from Arizona’s Territorial period through two years ago and all newspapers on microfilm are housed in the Polly Rosenbaum Archives and History Building located near the Capitol at 1901 W. Madison Street, in Phoenix. Online access to newspapers is available at both buildings through AZlibrary.
Currently, the Library subscribes to over 100 newspapers from Arizona's cities and towns. These newspapers do not circulate and must
be used in Suite 300 of the State Library of Arizona. Current Arizona newspapers:
Throughout its existence, the Library has subscribed to all known Arizona newspapers and has retained the newspapers for historical purposes.
Once a newspaper ceases to be published or is available on microfilm, it is housed in the Arizona History
In partnership with the United States Newspaper Project at the Library of Congress and the National Endowment for the Humanities, library staff
located, cataloged and microfilmed newspapers throughout the state as part of Arizona Newspaper Project
(ANP) and many titles are available through interlibrary loan.
Bibliographic records of specific newspapers can be searched by title in the Library and Archives' online
catalog, e.g., enter Tombstone Epitaph and then select the "Periodical Title" option. Or, if a specific title
is not known, the newspaper can be searched by geographic location with the subject newspapers, e.g., enter "Tombstone (Ariz) newspapers" and
then select the "Subject" option.