Western Association of Map
Fall 2006 Meeting
Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ
September 13-16, 2006
Special Collections, Cline Library, Northern Arizona University
Janet Collins, Director & Map Librarian, Huxley Map Library, WWU, Bellingham, WA
Richard Quartaroli, Librarian, Special Collections, Cline Library, NAU, Flagstaff, AZ
Todd Welch, Digital Access Librarian, Special Collections, Cline Library, NAU, Flagstaff, AZ
Social Events, Field
Trip & Things
NAU Cline Library Special Collections, Digital Archives
located in Northern Arizona at an elevation close to
7,000 feet. It is situated at the base of the San Francisco
Peaks (the highest mountains in Arizona) and is situated
among ponderosa pine trees. Population is about 57,000.
By mid-September, summer monsoons in Flagstaff will
have hopefully disappeared. Temperatures will be quite
comfortable during the day (avg. daily temps for September:
high 73 and low 41) but will drop significantly for
the evening, so be sure to bring some warm clothes.
Flagstaff is about 2 ½ hours north of Phoenix and about 4 hours east of Las Vegas at the crossroads of Interstates 17 and 40. The south rim of the Grand Canyon is about 1 ½ hours from Flagstaff.
Flagstaff is home to Northern
Arizona University (NAU),
where our conference will be held. NAU is home to over
11,000 undergraduates but the total student population
is 18,000 due to extensive distance learning programs.
DEADLINES & NOTES: PLEASE READ!
Lodging: Rooms will be released August 12
Registration and payment: August 25
Field Trip: September 1 (I need to provide a list of names to
Open Road Tours)
Make checks payable to WAML
If you plan to bring freebies, please send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I will be driving to Arizona from Bellingham on August 30. I will be able to
check email once I arrive.
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