Heritage Architecture in Phoenix Photos

Beyond Frank Lloyd Wright, Phoenix has a selection of heritage buildings spread throughout the city.

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Art Deco Luhrs Tower. Phoenix, AZ.Art Deco Luhrs Tower. Phoenix, AZ.Art Deco Luhrs Tower. Phoenix, AZ.Art Deco Luhrs Tower. Phoenix, AZ.
Art Deco roofline of Luhrs Tower. Phoenix, AZ.Art Deco entrance of Luhrs Tower. Phoenix, AZ.Art Deco detail of Luhrs Tower. Phoenix, AZ.Art Deco windows of Luhrs Tower. Phoenix, AZ.
Art Deco Luhrs Tower. Phoenix, AZ.Luhrs Building. Phoenix, AZ.Luhrs Building. Phoenix, AZ.County Court House. Phoenix, AZ.
Luhrs Tower (1929) (45 W Jefferson). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Art Deco. Architect: Trost & Trost. On National Register.Luhrs Building (1924) (11 W Jefferson). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Sullivanesque. Architect: Trost & Trost. On National Register.Upper story detail of Luhrs Building. Phoenix, AZ.City County Building & Court House (1928) (125 W Washington). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Spanish Colonial. Architect: Edward Neild. On National Register.
County Court House. Phoenix, AZ.Orpheum Theatre. Phoenix, AZ.Orpheum Theatre. Phoenix, AZ.Orpheum Theatre. Phoenix, AZ.
City County Building windows & tile roof. Phoenix, AZ.Orpheum Theatre (1929) (203 W Adams) restored to theater use in 1990s. Phoenix, AZ. Style: Spanish Colonial. Architect: Lescher & Mahoney. On National Register.Orpheum Theatre octagonal tower. Phoenix, AZ.Orpheum Theatre theatrical & military reliefs on facade. Phoenix, AZ.
Orpheum Theatre. Phoenix, AZ.Art Moderne Winters Building. Phoenix, AZ.Art Moderne Winters Building. Phoenix, AZ.Art Moderne Winters Building. Phoenix, AZ.
Orpheum Theatre comedy & tragedy reliefs on facade. Phoenix, AZ.Winters Building (1931) (39 W Adams). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Moderne. Architect: William Peper then Morgan, Walls Clements. On National Register.Winters Building preserved in a ring of skyscrapers. Phoenix, AZ.Winters Building Moderne-style detail. Phoenix, AZ.
Art Deco doorway. Phoenix, AZ.San Carlos Hotel. Phoenix, AZ.Security Building. Phoenix, AZ.Security Building. Phoenix, AZ.
Art Deco doorway (Central & Monroe). Phoenix, AZ.San Carlos Hotel (1927) (202 N Central). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Spanish Colonial. Architect: G. Whitecross Ritchie. On National Register.Security Building (1928) (234 N Central). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Italian Renaissance Revival. Architect: Curlett & Beelman. On National Register.Security Building roofline. Phoenix, AZ.
Security Building. Phoenix, AZ.Heritage buildings reflected in Bank One windows. Phoenix, AZ.St. Mary's Catholic Church. Phoenix, AZ.St. Mary's Catholic Church. Phoenix, AZ.
Security Building pediment with shield & lion over doorway. Phoenix, AZ.Palms & heritage buildings reflected in Bank One windows. Phoenix, AZ.St. Mary's Catholic Church (1903) (360 E Monroe). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Mission Revival. Architect: R.A. Gray & George Gallagher.Cactus garden by St. Mary's Catholic Church. Phoenix, AZ.
Rosson House. Phoenix, AZ.Rosson House. Phoenix, AZ.Rosson House & Lath House. Phoenix, AZ.Lath House. Phoenix, AZ.
Dr. Roland Lee Rosson House (1895) (139 N 6th). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Queen Anne & Eastlake. Architect: A.P. Petit. On National Register.Rosson House. Phoenix, AZ.Rosson House & Lath House. Phoenix, AZ.Lath House (1979) (7th & Monroe). Phoenix, AZ. Style: shaded pavilion. Architect: Robert R. Frankeberger.
Heritage Square. Phoenix, AZ.First Presbyterian Church. Phoenix, AZ.First Presbyterian Church. Phoenix, AZ.Phoenix Carnegie Library. Phoenix, AZ.
Heritage Square (1898-1922) (6th & Monroe) a collection of heritage buildings. Phoenix, AZ.First Presbyterian Church sanctuary doorway. Phoenix, AZ.First Presbyterian Church (1927) (402 W Monroe). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Spanish Colonial. Architect: Norman F. Marsh. On National Register.Phoenix Carnegie Library (1908) (1101 W. Washington St.). Phoenix, AZ. Architect: W.R. Norton & W.H. Reeves. On National Register.
J.M. Evans House. Phoenix, AZ.J.M. Evans House. Phoenix, AZ.State Capitol. Phoenix, AZ.USS Arizona Memorial anchor from Pearl Harbor. Phoenix, AZ.
J.M. Evans House (1893) (1108 W Washington). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Queen Anne. On National Register.J.M. Evans House detail. Phoenix, AZ. Style: Queen Anne.State Capitol (1900+) (1700 W Washington). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Neo-classical. Architect: James Reiley Gordon. On National Register. USS Arizona Memorial with anchor raised from Pearl Harbor. Phoenix, AZ.
Arizona Mining & Mineral Museum in El Zaribah Shrine Auditorium. Phoenix, AZ.Arizona Mining & Mineral Museum steam locomotive. Phoenix, AZ.Arizona Mining & Mineral Museum. Phoenix, AZ.Arizona Mining & Mineral Museum. Phoenix, AZ.
Arizona Mining & Mineral Museum in converted El Zaribah Shrine Auditorium (1921) (1502 W. Washington St.). Phoenix, AZ. Architect: Lescher & Mahoney. On National Register.Arizona Mining & Mineral Museum steam locomotive. Phoenix, AZ.Arizona Mining & Mineral Museum model of hoist for bringing ore cars to surface & steam locomotive. Phoenix, AZ.Arizona Mining & Mineral Museum giant excavation bucket. Phoenix, AZ.
Westward Ho Hotel. Phoenix, AZ.Trolley Museum building. Phoenix, AZ.St Francis Xavier church. Phoenix, AZ.St Francis Xavier church. Phoenix, AZ.
Westward Ho Hotel (1927-8) (618 N Central). Phoenix, AZ. Style: Spanish Colonial. Architect: Louis L. Dorr.Bridge abutment next to Phoenix Central Library & Trolley Museum building. Phoenix, AZ.St. Francis Xavier church (1959) plateresque facade. Phoenix, AZ. Style: Spanish revival. Architect: J. Earl Trudeau.St. Francis Xavier church stained glass windows. Phoenix, AZ.

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