Finding Father Kino

Why pay $95 or more for the book Finding Father Kino when you can order it directly from SMRC (the publisher) for the special price of $30! This 1998 publication was written by Jorge Olvera H. and includes a foreword and afterword by Bernard (“Bunny”) L....

Preservation Efforts Underway for Mission Guevavi

Various National Park Service staff, professors, and retired park employees have come together to discuss alternative treatments for the oldest surviving above-ground adobes walls in Arizona – the ruin of the Jesuit-era Spanish colonial mission of Los Santos...

Tucson in the New York Times

Tucson was recently featured in the New York Times, noting it as the only city in the U.S. designated by UNESCO as the City of Gastronomy. The article, titled “Tucson Becomes an Unlikely Food Star” (by Kim Severson, 8/24/2016), described Tucson as “a...

Congratulations to Allen Dart!

A big congratulations to SMRC Board of Director Allen Dart for recently being honored with two awards: the Victor R. Stone Award from the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society and the Arizona Governor’s Archaeology Advisory Commission Award from the...