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- Federal government works: Information in federal publications are not protected by copyright (17 USC 105).
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In accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, individuals who believe that the Library and Archives has infringed their copyright should contact the Library and Archives at:
Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records
Attn: DMCA Complaints
1700 W. Washington St., Suite 200
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Or faxed to 602-256-7983, attn: DMCA Complaints
The Library and Archives reserves the right to decline requests to remove copyrighted works if it believes the use is permitted by law, if request is fraudulent, or if the request is incomplete, difficult to understand, or to verify.
This website has been designed to lower technical barriers, in accordance with state policy. Information on the website is available in alternative format by contacting
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Neither the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records (“Library and Archives”) nor any division, officer, or employee of the Library and Archives, warrants the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of any information on our website. The Library and Archives, including its divisions, officers, and employees, will not be responsible or liable for any loss, consequence, or damage resulting directly or indirectly from reliance on the accuracy, reliability, or timeliness of the information. Information on this website may have been derived from or repeated from other sources or may be incorrect or antiquated. Many of the documents and materials found here are not the official versions of public record information. Any person or entity who relies on information obtained from this web site does so at the person's or entity's own risk. The user assumes the risk of verifying any materials used or relied on.
- Limitations of formats - Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) & Portable Document Format (PDF). The original paper version of most of these public records are the official documents. Reproductions in HTML or PDF for the Internet may not be identical to the paper versions and are not guaranteed on this website. Some tables, graphics and symbols do not translate electronically when converted to digital format. Where appropriate, we use the PDF to duplicate as closely as possible the original document for Internet use. We do not guarantee the PDF versions of documents to be correct.
- The materials provided here are for public use and are public record in the state of Arizona. Any user intending to obtain any public records information on this website for a commercial purpose is required under Arizona Law (Arizona Revised Statutes) to pay a commercial fee as established by the Secretary of State's office. You must follow the procedures described in A.R.S. § 39-121.03 in order to obtain permission to use public records for a commercial purpose.
- Content on websites or state of Arizona resources outside the control of the Library and Archives are linked from this website. Any document, information, material, or endorsements of products or services appearing on external websites are not sponsored nor endorsed by the Library and Archives. The Library and Archives disavows legal responsibility for what a user may find on another site or for personal opinions that may be found on another website link.
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- The Library and Archives may request information voluntarily to provide certain services, such as registration for an event, or your email address so that we can respond to you.
- The Library and Archives may ask for your library card number or your zip code and county. We collect this information to limit access to licensed content purchased for specific audiences in the state.
Personal Information in Library and Archives Collections
The Library and Archives is actively digitizing collections of historical records and publications so that they can be accessed over the web. These materials are of interest to genealogists, historians, and many others. Library and Archives reviews collections before they are put on the web to ensure they do not contain personally identifying information, such as Social Security numbers, birth dates, or other information that could be used in identity theft.
Because we are not able to review each record individually, it is possible that personally identifying information in isolated records are available on the web. If you find personally identifying information in a record, please contact the appropriate branch.
Release of Personal Information
Arizona laws ensure that state government is open and that the public has a right to access appropriate records and information possessed by the state. As such, the Library and Archives may be obliged to release records containing information we have collected within the limits of state law and the federal Privacy Act of 1974.
Updated: Jan. 3, 2014