Connecting Community
Through Local History

  • Educational Programs with Local Impact
  • Adaptive Reuse of Historic Buildings
  • Research and Interpretation
  • Tradition Building Events
  • Public Art
  • Arizona Main Street Program
Arizona Centennial Train, Vail Whistle-stop. Nan Cowley Photographer

Thank you to the Vail community for your overwhelming support of Voices of Vail! The film played to a sold-out house at the beautiful Fox Theatre on August 12! What an honor it is to serve our community and to work alongside the dedicated volunteers that are the “engine” for historic preservation in the Vail area. There are so many more stories to share – watch for the next chapter of Voices of Vail in the future.

J.J. Lamb, President and Executive Director, Vail Preservation Society

Voices of Vail DVDs

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Vanished Vail is a monthly series exploring Vail’s special places and incredible people.

You can find the entire playlist of videos by clicking below

Vail's History

Vail – The Town Between the Tracks

Old Vail Post Office

Homesteaders, miners, wranglers and teamsters, they all crossed paths at the Vail Store and PO.

Who We Are

Connecting community through local history.

Our Stories

Hear oral histories

Shrine of Santa Rita

History of Santa Rita monograph Timeline

Where is Vail, Arizona?

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