Small collection of photographs taken in the 1930s by the Buehman Studio. The collection includes many Tucson buildings including the Desert Sanitorium, St. Mary's Hospital, University of Arizona buildings, a grocery interior, and several hotels including the Arizona Inn, and interiors of the Santa Rita Hotel and the Pioneer Hotel. The Pioneer Hotel game and reading room interior exhibits several entertainments of the period. Also present is a birds-eye-view image of the St. Augustine Cathedral and surrounding area.
This is a small collection of photographs of the Sills family, friends, and excursions taken mostly in the Tucson area between 1907 and 1914. There are images of horse-drawn carriages, homes of brick, adobe and grass including their home on S. 3rd Avenue and the Manning house on Paseo Redondo, the Santa Cruz Valley ice plant wagon, a woman newspaper carrier on a bicycle, a woman cooking outdoors, and boys playing baseball. A few of the photographs were taken in Colorado.
Summary: Photographs primarily of Tucson buildings and homes designed by Merrit Starkweather, mostly from the 1930s to the 1950s, including images of the Pima County Courthouse and surrounding street; interior and exteriors of Dr. Don Campbell's dental office at 1145 N. Campbell; many views of Arizona Inn interiors, grounds and buildings; interiors of Paulos Cafe at 55 W. Congress; Rincon Stables on East 8th St.; Martin Drug Co. at 6th Street and Tucson Blvd.; Montgomery Wards on North Stone Ave.; Ryan Evans Drug Store soda fountain and counter; Fort Lowell School; Drachman School; Doolen School; Mission View School; Mansfield School; St. Mary's nurses residence and other buildings; homes in the University Manor subdivision and many homes in the El Encanto Neighborhood showing interiors and exteriors. There are interior and exterior views of the Amerind Foundation Museum; interiors of the Harold Bell Wright guest house; the French House on Ina Road which was incorporated into the ... Read More
Summary: Small collection of snapshots and copy prints of mission buildings, interior architecture, and historic sites including Caborca, Calabasas, Imuris, Tubatama, Oquitoa, Pitiquito, San Ignacio, and Tumacacori. There are photographs of Easter at Tumacacori, and copy prints of older photographs and drawings including floor plans. One image shows a park ranger drilling or coring a beam at Calabasas for tree-ring dating purposes.
Summary: Architectural drawings, for public and private buildings and additions, created by the Reid & Hazard architectural firm between 1949 and 1974. The finding aid contains a complete list of projects represented. Highlights include buildings or additions in the Flowing Wells School District, Valley National Bank, Pasqua Yaqui village housing and church, Reid Park Zoo polar bear enclosure, the University of Arizona's Environmental Research Center, Van Buskirk School, Sahuarita Elementary School, the Humane Society of Tucson, Vail Elementary School, Walter Douglas Elementary School, La Fuente Restaurant, Magee Middle School, Flowing Wells Junior High, Old Adobe Patio Restaurant, El Rapido Tortilla Factory, Amphitheater School, First Evangelical Free Church, and residences of various people including S. P. Goddard, Jr., David K. Wolfe, Norman Hillberry, Gibson Hazard, Peter Gianas and others.
Photographs of the Brown and Winsor families and their activities in Tucson, the Sahuarita Ranch and Yuma. There are family picnics, tennis, and groups at Sahuarita Ranch. There are images of Clara Brown cooking in the kitchen, playing tennis, and more. Photographs of Mulford Winsor include a 1919 school group at Shadyside School in Yuma, making cascarones for a children's party, and the interior shop of a Prescott newspaper. Images of the Brown home at 422 S. 5th Avenue are also present.
Snapshots of the Kealy family, their homes and life in Cochise, Arizona, and mining activity in Johnson, Arizona. There are photographs of the interior and exterior of their boxcar home including kitchen scenes and an image of Annie cutting a pumpkin with a saw. There are photographs of a mining camp and mining activity at the Red Bird Mine near Johnson, Arizona. Also present is an image of the railroad station at Cochise, and picnics and an Easter pageant at Texas Canyon.
Summary: Small collection of photographs of interiors and exteriors of prominent ranch houses in the southern Arizona area. Includes images of homes of the seven ranches highlighted in the book including Pete Kitchen, Sierra Bonita, Empire, Faraway, Tanque Verde, San Bernadino, and San Rafael Ranches as well as additional ranch homes at the Fitch house, Rail X, La Osa, Babocomari, Canelo, and Bellota ranches. Architectural details are the focus of the images. The Sierra Bonita Ranch house includes an image of a bathroom.
Color sketches and black-and-white photographs of mission scenes, the Hickok family, and Navajos at the mission. There are photographs of mission buildings, Dr. Kennedy and Mary Nickelsen, and visitors to the Mission. Photographs of Navajo men, women and children include snow scenes, girls with dolls, student groups, family groups, interiors and exteriors of hogans, a missionary preaching to a weaver, and a bread oven.
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