The Sierra Club Southwest Office Records (1900-2000, bulk 1966-1996) document the conservation, research, and political activities
of the Southwest Office and its individual Sierra Club chapters.
The Sierra Club was founded in 1892 by John Muir in San Francisco, California. The Southwest Office includes the Utah Chapter,
the Rocky Mountain Chapter (Colorado), the Rio Grande Chapter (New Mexico), and the Grand Canyon Chapter (Arizona). The Southwest
Regional Office is located in Phoenix, Arizona, with additional offices in Boulder, Colorado and Salt Lake City, Utah.
32.5 linear feet
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