Fort Huachcua Images

  • Fort Huachuca Posters

    This is a series of posters that illustrate Fort Huachuca's history.

  • Fort Huachuca Heroes

    A series of 36 posters, along with capsule biographies, about some of the people that stand out in the history of Fort Huachuca

  • Fort Huachuca Album, 1877-1914

    Printable photos for the period 1877-1914 from the Fort Huachuca Museum collection.

  • Fort Huachuca Album, 1915-1929

    Printable photos for the period 1915-1929 from the Fort Huachuca Museum collection.

  • Fort Huachuca Album, 1930-1948

    Printable photos for the period 1930-1948 from the Fort Huachuca Museum collection.

  • Fort Huachuca Album, 1950-2000

    Printable photos for the period 1950-2000 from the Fort Huachuca Museum collection.

  • The Huachuca Landscape

    This is a series of 32 historic photographs of the Huachuca landscape.

  • Portraits

    A collection of 117 historic photographs of people that have a Fort Huachuca connection.

  • World War II Scrapbook

    A 28-page portfolio of postcards, photos, and newspaper clippings about Fort Huachuca during World War II when the 92nd and 93rd Infantry Divisions trained on its ranges.

  • Buffalo Soldier Portfolio

    What made the Buffalo Soldiers unique in history was not that they were courageous, self-sacrificing, and loved their country. Those things can be found in most military men in most times. What made them outstanding was that they should possess those qualities in a society that was determined to brand them as inferior. Their story belongs in the American classroom. This four-page Study Guide is accompanied by a portfolio of artwork about the contributions of the African-American soldier that can be printed and framed for local exhibits.

  • Sky Islands

    A graphic that shows the Huachuca Mountains and its life zones.

  • History is People

    More than 90 printable photographs of people that have been part of the Fort Huachuca Historical tradition.

  • Huachuca Pictorial History

Fort Huachuca Museum

Main Museum

Building 41401

Museum Annex

Building 41305

U.S. Army Intelligence Museum

Building 41411

HOURS

Weekdays: 9am to 4pm
Sunday: Closed
Federal holidays: Closed

Suuggested donation
$5 per person