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Mesa Preservation Foundation

Diving Lady & Buckhorn Baths Neon Neckwear

Support the work of the Mesa Preservation Foundation with your purchase of a necktie featuring two well-known Mesa landmarks, the Diving Lady and Buckhorn Baths neon signs. One for $35 and two for $60. Order yours today!

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Tucson Historic Preservation

Sunshine Shop Tucson

Sunshine Shop in Hirsh's Shoes Building in the Historic Sunshine Mile Shopping District specializes in vintage modern design furniture, art, objects, local contemporary art, and all things Arizona to benefit the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation. Visit the online shop today!


Phoenix Historic Neighborhoods

Historic Neighborhoods of Phoenix Tour Map

The Phoenix Historic Neighborhoods Coalition self-guided Driving Tour Map is a grassroots product, conceived, designed, illustrated, and distributed by a small group of Coalition members. The map provides locations and information about the architectural styles for each of Phoenix's 35 historic districts. The map is especially popular with folks unfamiliar with the historic neighborhoods in the heart of the city. More than 85,000 free copies have been distributed. Order your free copy today!


180 Degrees Design + Build

180 Degrees Design + Build introduces “Making Architecture,” a monograph on modern architecture in Arizona. Local design historian Alison King of Modern Phoenix tackled the 19-year retrospective. The full color 226-page monograph features over 300 photographs of the firm’s body of work and describes their signature design-build process and philosophies in vivid, accessible detail. Restoration work at Taliesin West in Scottsdale and on a vintage Al Beadle home in Phoenix is featured. The firm's sensitivity to site, context, client needs, and usability shines on these historically significant projects.


Arizona Tiki Oasis

Arizona Tiki Oasis Marketplace, 4/30 & 5/1

Arizona Tiki Oasis is the crossroads of the Tiki world. Crafters, artists, tinkerers, and traders haul their wares to the Hotel Valley Ho in Scottsdale, creating an Exotica emporium unmatched throughout the world. Open to the public with these hours of operation:

  • Sat., April 30: 10am-4pm

  • Sun., May 1: 10am-4pm

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Heritage Square, Phoenix

The Bungalow at Heritage Square

At The Bungalow museum store, you can find handmade art, jewelry, pottery and crafts by local artists, books on history, exhibit-related merchandise, and much more, all benefiting our community and the Heritage Square Foundation. Shop the online store today!


PHX Neighborhood Volunteers

Historic Homes in the Heart of Phoenix

Due to overwhelming enthusiasm, a limited edition of 100 "Historic Homes in the Heart of Phoenix" is available for pre-sale. A pre-defined quantity is needed to be filled with O'Neil Printing by Nov 15, 2021 to continue with this pre-sale. If the order is not fulfilled, a full refund will be issued. Shipping is not offered for the reprint, but pickup is made at the photo-grapher's residence. The book has been widely praised and makes a great gift. Orders available in early January 2022 and priced at $74.95 each (tax not included).


Ignite Sign Museum, Tucson

Ignite Sign Museum Store

The mission of Tucson's Ignite Sign Museum is to preserve historically significant signs, educate the community on the value signage plays in our everyday lives, and to entertain visitors by offering a unique and visually entertain experience. Visit their on-site or online store to pick up a fun memento or gift item.


Tempe History Society

Tempe Sesquicentennial Commemorative Gifts

Get your own piece of Tempe (150) history at Tempe History Society's online store. Unique Tempe and sesquicentennial-themed merchandise make the perfect gifts or personal splurge. All proceeds support the Sesquicentennial and Society.


Arcadia Publishing

Downtown Phoenix

Historian J. Seth Anderson, architect Suad Mahmuljin, and Arizona Preservation Foundation board president Jim McPherson gathered images from the Phoenix Public Library, Arizona State Archives, and collections from local historical societies and residents to show that Downtown Phoenix is more than just skyscrapers and parking lots; it was and remains a vibrant urban community.