More Arizona Illustrated History Stories

Up With People

Up With People might be Tucson’s largest cultural export but most young people have never heard of it.

The Architect: Judith Chafee

Judith Chafee is one of the most critically acclaimed and controversial architects to have practiced in Southern Arizona.

Generations of Jewelers

The Patania Family has been a staple in Tucson since 1937.

A Mountain 100 Years

The “A” on Sentinel Peak holds a special place for many people- 100 years after its completion.

Battles in the Shadow of Picacho

For more than 30 years, Civil War battles have been reenacted in the shadow of Picacho Peak, 40 miles north of Tucson.

Finding Shakespeare

The University of Arizona has been chosen to exhibit the traveling FIRST FOLIO, the book that “gave us Shakespeare.”

Stealing Woman Ochre

The story of the theft of an abstract painting of a woman by Willem de Kooning.

Art Brown

Arthur Brown was a self-proclaimed architect, artist and inventor.

The River Woman

Katie Lee is still mourning the loss of her beloved Glen Canyon

Bisbee Buildings II

Continue the tour with Tucson architect Bob Vint, who is a big fan of Bisbee.

Bisbee Buildings

Touring Bisbee with Tucson architect Bob Vint

Tucson 1776

Local historians give us a glimpse at life in Southern Arizona in July 1776.

Mariachi Aztlán

Pueblo Magnet High School is home to the internationally recognized Mariachi Aztlán.

Winterhaven Memories

The holiday lights and decorations within the neighborhood of Winterhaven are a Tucson tradition.

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