Founded in 1967, Tubac Historical Society continues to pursue its mission to promote the understanding of local and regional Southwest history. Our collection includes approximately 3,000 books, 540 biographical files, 600 research cards Elizabeth R. Brownell created while writing They Lived in Tubac, 450 maps, 20 journal series, clippings on 350 subjects, 135 genealogical files, 80 cemetery files, 130 obituary files, 170 Oral History recordings, many photographs, and the Tubac Artists files.

You can also visit our “Online Catalog” to begin your research and make your visit to our library more productive.
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Please visit our online catalog on this website. We welcome all inquiries by phone or email, or mail. Or visit our Brownell Research Center open Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 to 2:00.

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