I only see one FHC in Tucson proper located on Scott between E. Congress
and E. Broadway. The best way to get your questions answered would be
to email AZ_Tucson(a)ldsmail.net. That should put you into direct contact
with that FHC. I located that doing the search for an FHC on
. When I check the YellowPages.com
I find it at 6121 E.
In the Yellow Pages I found the listing on Langley, as well as one on
Magee Rd., all listed in Tucson. I know with that many FHCs in the area
you will find them all well equipped and staffed with access to all the
web sites available at all FHCS. I would send an email to the address
given and ask for their advice.
I am not in Tucson but I am an FHC director and know how things work.
Lo in Flo
Lois Kalander Casson
On 9/26/2011 4:06 PM, Lenise Cook wrote:
Are there any listers from the Tucson, AZ, area?
I'm going to be in Tucson for a couple weeks with my husband while
he's on business there and I was thinking about doing some research
during the day while he's at work. I was thinking of going to the FHC
to take advantage of the Ancestry world subscription the FHC's have to
access the Swedish records, since I only have US access for Ancestry
at home. (I know the FHC's in my area also have it, but when I'm home
I always have other things to do :-)
I see there are two Family History Centers in Tucson. Does anyone
have experience with either one of them? The one on Langley near
Broadway and Kolb is only about 2.5 miles from the hotel so, unless
the one up near Oro Valley is much better, that is where I plan on
Are there any other genealogy resources in the Tucson area?
Thank you for any advice
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