AWHT Centennial Exhibit travels throughout Arizona for three years.
Funded by the Arizona Humanities Council and Arizona Public Service,
the exhibit has proven quite popular and has been a well received
public educational project, particularly in the rural areas of the state.
Sandra Day O'Connor
"How Splendid is our Past" AWHT Centennial Exhibit Honorary Chair
Judy Register, Former and Founding Chair AWHT Council, and Mary Melcher, Ph.D., Historian and AWHT Centennial Exhibit Curator at the Exhibit "How Splendid is our Past" opening, Arizona Historical Society Museum @ Papago Park, Tempe
Visitors reviewing "How Splendid is our Past" Exhibit graphics. Sharlot Hall Museum, Prescott, AZ
Joan Meacham, Founding AWHT Director, John Langellier, Ph.D., Sharlot Hall Museum Director, and Mick Woodcock, Museum Curator attending exhibit opening.
Joan Meacham, AWHT Director, Mary Melcher, AWHT Historian, and Elizabeth Ruffner, Prescott Historian and former AWHT Council member attending the exhibit opening at Sharlot Hall Museum
AWHT Historian Dr. Mary Melcher at the Statehood Centennial Day, February 14, 2012
AWHT scholar and Executive Committee Secretary Dr. Heidi Osselaer at the
Statehood Centennial Day, February 14, 2012
One of the "Historic Women of Prescott" October 15, 2011 inaugural walking tour groups led by Betsy Bykerk (far right in black). Betsy Bykerk is General Crook DAR Secretary and AWHT Volunteer Tour Director for Prescott women's history walking tours.