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The Arizona State Archives is proud to announce the new web based portal for exploring the archive collections at the State Archives of Arizona, the Arizona State Knowledge Center (ASK).You can research what archival material is housed at the State Archives.  You can type into the Search Collections tab a search term or terms, check out our Core Collections, or simply browse all of our collections through the Browse by Collection tab. Your search will bring up finding guides that describe the collection, and in many cases provide a file by file list of what is in each collection.  Once you know what collections you are interested in viewing you can stop by the Polly Rosenbaum State Archives and History Building at 1901 W. Madison, Phoenix, Arizona during regular business hours and talk to an archivist about viewing the material in the collections.
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FREE ZINIO Online Magazine service
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Zinio is a free online magazine service offered through the Greenlee County Library System in cooperation with the Arizona State Library Association. You can download full editions of over 180 popular magazines to your tablet, laptop or computer. You can read them and also save them for later viewing. Each new issue will be sent directly to you through your computer. There is no cost to our patrons for this service. Click on the link to create an account and then download a viewer. If you have any questions, please contact your local librarian or see the HELP SECTION under the Library Information Tab. 
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  • Resource Links
    ​Check out all the links to resources for Adults and Kids on our Resources pages. You can find lots of great info there including the new link to the  National Geographic free printable quadrant maps.
  • Morenci Library
    The Morenci Enrichment Center offers lots of resources to residents of Greenlee County. Stop by and talk to their staff about what they have available or check out their website.
  • Safford City Library
     The Safford City Library grants library cards to all Greenlee County residents. Their webpage offers some services that our public library does not. Stop by and get a card from them and use their online services and enjoy more free programs.
     If you are in grade 3-8 and want to join the Crazy Eights Math Fun Club after school beginning in August, contact the Clifton Library and the Duncan Library for more information about days and times. 
    Check out the Greenlee County History Page. It is still being worked on but take a look at what is there. Our history is important!

    Story Time is now being held twice at the Clifton Public Library on Tuesdays at 10:30 and at 1 p.m.. It will involve children ages 0-5 and their parents/caregivers.

    Plus other free on line classes including technology, math, reading, basic essentials GCFLearnFree - Free Tutorials
    Greenlee County Libraries Join Facebook
    Visit us and post on our NEW facebook page! It's a work in progress as we learn how to do this, so be patient. In the meantime, please post book reviews or other reading news or ideas. Let's share and grow together.
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