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   NEW at the MUSEUM Gift Shop



We have added some exciting new items to our current selection of books, note cards, and small gift items.  Available for purchase are authentic, hand-crafted objects from the American Southwest and Mexico.  Below we have provided a short description:


Los Campos  The Camps of Litchfield Park  1929-1986

Written by Cruz Pariga Dominguez and Belen Soto Moreno this long awaited book is now available at the Museum Gift Shop. It contains over 300 photos and tells the story of the Mexican-Americans (both immigrant and native born) in Litchfield Park.  It covers 1929-1986 in photos and anecdotes of life written by the authors who grew up in the Camps.   See instructions below if you would like to purchase and have it mailed to you.  


 Self-Guided Walking Tour of Historic Downtown Litchfield Park:  This 20 page booklet contains a historic and contemporary color photo of each of the 15 stops in Litchfield Park’s historic district, as well as a short description of that site.  Stop by the Museum to get one today!

Litchfield Park Centennial Copper Commemorative Coins  One side has a carving of Paul Weeks Litchfield – 1875-1959 and the other side has three cotton bolls with Litchfield Park Centennial – 1917-2017 stamped on it.  Each coin was made from one Troy ounce (31.1 grams) of .999 pure copper mined in Arizona; and was struck on an 1893 500-pound drop-hammer press.  The edge is stamped with a copper-purity verification; and each coin is enclosed in a plastic case to prevent tarnishing. These beautiful coins are available now in our museum gift shop for $20 each.  See instructions below if you would like to purchase and have it mailed to you.  

Miniature Kachinas/Katsinas from Arizona:  Kachinas are believed to be spirits or personifications of things in the real world.  The central theme is the presence of life in all objects that fill the universe.  Each sculpture is unique and depicts a different spirit. 

Oaxacan Wood Carvings (Folk Art) from Mexico:  These wood carvings are sometimes called Alebrijes and are an art form that originated in the small villages in Oaxaca, Mexico.  Using simple tools and incredible creativity, wood carvers create whimsical animals and mythological creatures that are made out of Copal, a tree that grows in the mountains of Oaxaca.  Traditionally, the men do the carving and the women do the beautiful painting.  Each family has developed their own distinct style; and each animal is unique. 


      Stop by and see the new additions to our museum’s Gift Gallery of the Southwest.

Due to the interest in the Commemorative Coin and the Los Campos book by people outside of Arizona, we offer to have these items mailed to you.  

To order our Los Campos book or the Litchfield Park Centennial Copper Coin please follow these instructions:

               “Los Campos” book is $25.00 + plus $5.00 shipping & handling

               The Litchfield Park Centennial Copper Coin is $20.00 plus $5.00 S & H

 Please send a check made out to LPHS for the total price shown above for each item.  Send the check to:

               Litchfield Park Historical Society

               P.O. Box 1936

               Litchfield Park, AZ 85340

Once the check is received the items will be shipped.  Please include your name, address, phone number and email for questions and notification of shipping.  Note:  This option is only available to residents living outside of Maricopa County, AZ.  All sales are final.

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Miniature Katsina CarvingsMiniature Katsina Carvings






          Plans for the construction of

   The P. W. Litchfield Heritage Center! 

Be part of this exciting project. We have begun a Capital Campaign to move to the top of the hill behind our current museum and into the historic Litchfield/Denny house. The house, located in the center of a historic 21-acre property, will be re-purposed into a museum, archive, research library, and site for community gatherings. Read more in the Spring 2019 Newsletter and connect here to see floor plans, funding goals and donation link.   

Link to P. W. Litchfield Heritage Center information