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Sunsetter - 1980

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This newsletter was a publication of the Huachuca Del Norte Chamber of Commerce and has information about businesses operating in the area during that time and other town news. It also gives background about the library, which was located at the school in 1980. Plans were in the works at that time to move the library into a building that had been obtained from Fort Huachuca.


Letter to Dept. of Health regarding library - 1979

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This letter from the town clerk of Huachuca City to the Department of Health, Education and Welfare asks for more time in procuring a surplus building from Fort Huachuca to serve as the new library.

The Huachuca City Library was begun in 1958 and was originally housed in the community center building in lower Huachuca City. The library was later moved to the Huachuca City School. Then in 1979, as described in this letter, the city bought a surplus Apache Flats building from Fort Huachuca and relocated it to Gonzales Street to house the library in its own building.

In 1992, that building was sold to Michael Sherman, and it was moved. At that point, a new building was built on Gonzales, and that is where the library is currently located.


Resolution 266 regarding library - 1979

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This town resolution authorizes the acquisition of a surplus building from Fort Huachuca to serve as the library.

The Huachuca City Library was begun in 1958 and was originally housed in the community center building in lower Huachuca City. The library was later moved to the Huachuca City School. Then in 1979, as described in this letter, the city bought a surplus Apache Flats building from Fort Huachuca and relocated it to Gonzales Street to house the library in its own building.

In 1992, that building was sold to Michael Sherman, and it was moved. At that point, a new building was built on Gonzales, and that is where the library is currently located.


Agreement to purchase library building - 1992

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This is a legal agreement between the Town of Huachuca City and Michael Sherman for Sherman to purchase and remove the old library building for $1,752.

The Huachuca City Library was begun in 1958 and was originally housed in the community center building in lower Huachuca City.

The library was later moved to the Huachuca City School. Then in 1979, the city bought a surplus Apache Flats building from Fort Huachuca and relocated it to Gonzales Street to house the library in its own building. In 1992, that building was sold to Michael Sherman, and it was moved. At that point, a new building was built on Gonzales, and that is where the library is currently located.


Huachuca City Library

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The is the current location of the Flora M. Jackman Library in Huachuca City at 506 Gonzales Boulevard.

The Huachuca City Library was begun in 1958 and was originally housed in the community center building in lower Huachuca City. It was started by the Huachuca City Ladies Club with donated books. Early librarians were Alta Leffingwell and Minnie Schaffer. Elaine Sulger was also involved, serving on the board and helping set up the library.

The library was later moved to the Huachuca City School. Then in 1979, the city acquired a surplus Apache Flats building from Fort Huachuca and relocated it to Gonzales Street to house the library in its own building. The senior center was also housed in that building.

In 1992, that building was sold to Michael Sherman , and it was moved. At that point, a new building was built on Gonzales, and that is where the library is currently located.

The library is named for Flora Jackman, a former librarian at Fort Huachuca and in Huachuca City. K.C. Cooper was the librarian from 1996-2007. Suzanne Harvey became Library Director in 2017 after serving as the Children’s Librarian for three years.