Partners

 

14154 Denny Blvd.

Litchfield Park, AZ  85340

623-537-7500

800 N. Dysart 

Goodyear, AZ  85338

623-932-3511

www.sstireaz.com

300 E. Wigwam Blvd.

Litchfield Park, AZ  85340

www.wigwamresort.com

Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce

 

Mary Cavanaugh-Marsh, Financial Advisor, EDWARD JONES

 

Estrella Rotary Foundation, Inc.

 

2nd annual LPHS Massive Yard Sale to be held Saturday, November 11, 2017

  

We’re looking for community support.  

If you love yard sales maybe you could help us price items.  

To make this “massive” we need a massive amount of sale items - maybe you could donate.  We take everything but… large furniture.  

   

In need of donations for the fall

 Litchfield Park Historical Society

Massive Yard Sale

 November 11, 2017 7am-2pm

 For pick up call

Meredeth 623-935-1117

Judy 623-256-9246

 


 

 

Litchfield Park Historical Society and Museum was showcased on CBS 5 News on August 23, 2017.

"The City of Litchfield Park may be small but the 5,700 people who live there are big in pride, especially when it comes to how this town got its start."  Kris Pickel, Channel 5 News.  

See the entire broadcast as well as access other videos and slide shows about Litchfield Park:  Click here to link to AZFamily.com

 

 

Litchfield Park Centennial

Copper Commemorative Coins

You can now purchase your own copper coin commemorating the Litchfield Park Centennial (2017).  These coins were designed by Don Crowder of the Arizona Territorial Mint.  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.  They make a wonderful gift – for others and for you!  Come and see them today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Litchfield Park Historical Society is sad to inform our members of the loss of Melissa Thomas.  She served on our Board of Directors and was a caring and devoted fan of the society.  Melissa will be dearly missed by everyone.  

 

Donate a Vehicle Program

The LPHS is partnering with CARS™ in a vehicle donation program.  Get rid of an unwanted vehicle and help keep the wheels turning at our Museum.  More Info:>

 

Aunt Mary's house
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LPHS Museum housed in historic 'Aunt Mary's House'

Paul W. Litchfield brought Goodyear Tire and Rubber to the area in 1917 to grow long staple cotton and built his winter home, Rancho La Loma.   One of the five houses on the estate is the home of the Litchfield Park Historical Society and Museum.  Read more about the house known by Paul Litchfield's children and grandchildren as 'Aunt Mary's House'.   Read more >>

 

Litchfield Park City HallLitchfield Park City Hall

 

 

A Brief History of Litchfield Park

Litchfield Park, Arizona, is a small residential community in Maricopa County, only 2 miles north of I-10 and 16 miles west of central Phoenix - and is the historic center of the Southwest Valley. It is a unique suburban community boasting a wholesome, casual atmosphere with beautiful homes, mature landscaping, charming sidewalk cafes, the celebrated Wigwam Golf Resort, award-winning schools and friendly neighbors.   Read more >