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Historical Society photo project published   Leave a comment

The fall issue of the Journal of Arizona History has been released, celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Arizona Historical Society. The publication features the 150 artifacts from the broad AHS collection to mark the celebration. The group of artifacts, chosen by AHS staff to represnt the history of Arizona, was photographed by Daniel Buckley […]

Buckley photographs historical treasures   Leave a comment

The Arizona Historical Society has literally hundreds of thousands of artifacts in its collection, and a big anniversary to mark. The organization turns 150 years old in 2014.   To celebrate the occasion, AHS decided to showcase a carefully selected group of 150 artifacts, turning to its staff and volunteers to suggest items that speak […]

Daniel Buckley Productions LLC to document Arizona Historical Society treasures   Leave a comment

The 150th anniversary year of the Arizona Historical Society is upon us, and the organization is getting its 150 most treasure artifacts ready for the world to see. The society has hired Daniel Buckley Productions LLC to photograph these artifacts at its various locations around the state. The photos will be used in a special […]

Yuma History documentary premieres   Leave a comment

After nearly six months, a documentary on the history of Yuma, Arizona has been completed and delivered to the Arizona Historical Society. During the production time Daniel Buckley made frequent visits to the southwestern Arizona town to shoot interviews with local historians and film the landscapes and sites where Yuma history unfolded. A snippet from […]

Daniel Buckley Productions to enhance Yuma Arizona Historical Society offerings   Leave a comment

Daniel Buckley Productions has been chosen by the Arizona Historical Society to create a variety of new video offerings for AHS’ Rio Colorado Division in Yuma, located in the historic Sanguinetti House. Buckley will make several trips to Yuma over the next few months to meet with staff and board members, regional history experts and […]