College Archive and Special Collections
The University of Arizona College of Law Collection includes but is not limited to photographs, College of Law produced publications (please see our Digital Collections page), and commencement material. Items are actively collected and added to the collection with the intent of documenting the history of the College of Law. A finding aid for the collection is available online. View the College of Law Collection Finding Aid. For archive inquiries, please contact Jaime Valenzuela.
The Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library's Digital Collections provide online access to content from the Law Library's Special Collections and the Arizona College of Law Collection, including College of Law publications and state and federal documents related to Arizona's legal and political history.
The Cracchiolo Law Library has a number of rotating physical exhibits each year which can be viewed on the upper and lower levels of the library. Two permanent exhibits are accessible on the lower level of the library: Raul H. Castro and William H. Rehnquist. Also viewable on the lower level of the library, near the Reading Room, is a display of katsinam carvings from the James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection. Exhibits and displays may be accessed by all patrons during regular Law Library hours.
Our online exhibits are accessible at anytime and may be accessed below.
Online exhibits include:
- Photographs: Selections from the Raul H. Castro Collection 1964 - 2015
- James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection: Select Works
- Supreme Court Wisdom Series Collection: Matthew J. Moutafis Artist Proofs
- Demonstrative Evidence: Establishing the Guilt of Paul Hadley
- 20 Years of Indigenous Advocacy: Indigenous Law Since Time Immemorial
- Rising from the Red: The HOLC, Tucson Title Insurance Company, the Fair Housing Act and Redlining
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg: In Her Words
- The McCormick Lecture Series: Speaker Photos
- Rehnquist Memorabilia
Access to Special Collections is currently by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, contact Jaime Valenzuela.
Digital scanning or photocopying of material is available if it is determined that the process will not damage the materials. All photocopying will be done by staff, and the patron will assume all responsibility for determining copyright status of reproduced materials, and in all cases of copyrighted materials, for securing any necessary permission form the copyright owner.