Heritage Architecture, Tucson, AZ Photos

Tucson's earliest remaining buildings are adobe dating from the 1840s. By the 1900s a wide variety of styles were built with the best know architect being Henry C. Trost.

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Pima County Courthouse. Tucson, AZ.Tiled dome of Pima County Courthouse. Tucson, AZ.Rose carved on Pima County Courthouse. Tucson, AZ.Tiled dome of Pima County Courthouse. Tucson, AZ.
Pima County Courthouse (1929). Tucson, AZ. Style: Spanish Colonial Revival. Architect: Roy Place. On National Register.Tiled dome of Pima County Courthouse. Tucson, AZ.Rose carved on Pima County Courthouse. Tucson, AZ.Tiled dome of Pima County Courthouse. Tucson, AZ.
Charles O. Brown House. Tucson, AZ.Pasquale Court adobe row houses. Tucson, AZ.Barrio Historico streetscape of Sonoran row houses. Tucson, AZ.Cactus against adobe in Barrio Historico. Tucson, AZ.
Charles O. Brown House (c1840, 1876 & 1888) (40 W. Broadway Blvd.). Tucson, AZ. Style: Adobe. On National Register.Pasquale Court adobe row houses (before 1879) (209-219 17th St.) built by Juan Pasquale (Italian immigrant). Tucson, AZ. On National Register.Convent Ave. streetscape of Sonoran row houses at Kennedy (c1880s) in Barrio Historico. Tucson, AZ.Cactus against adobe in Barrio Historico. Tucson, AZ.
Cactus & window in Barrio Historico. Tucson, AZ.St Augustine Cathedral. Tucson, AZ.St Augustine Cathedral. Tucson, AZ.Kruttschitte House. Tucson, AZ.
Cactus & window in Barrio Historico. Tucson, AZ.St. Augustine Cathedral (1896 & 1929 facade) (192 S. Stone Ave.). Tucson, AZ. Style: Spanish Colonial Revival.St. Augustine Cathedral Plateresque front. Tucson, AZ. Style: Spanish Colonial Revival.Kruttschitte House (1886), now El Presidio Inn (297 N. Main Ave.). Tucson, AZ. Style: Sonoran & Victorian house.
Rosalia Verdugo House. Tucson, AZ.Cheyney House. Tucson, AZ.Residence on University Blvd. Tucson, AZ.Ashlar stone house. Tucson, AZ.
Rosalia Verdugo House (1887) (317-323 N. Main Ave.). Tucson, AZ. Style: Sonoran row house.Cheyney House (1905) (252 N. Main Ave.). Tucson, AZ. Style: Mission Revival. Architect: Holmes & Holmes.Residence (c1900) (521 E. University Blvd.). Tucson, AZ. Style: Art Deco. Architect: Henry Jaastad.Ashlar stone house (c1902) (1003 N. 5th Ave.). Tucson, AZ.
Eliza Ward Rockwell House. Tucson, AZ.Ziegler House. Tucson, AZ.Residence on 1st St. Tucson, AZ.Catalina B&B. Tucson, AZ.
Eliza Ward Rockwell House (1907-8) (405 W. Franklin). Tucson, AZ. Style: Tudor. Architect: Holmes & Holmes.Ziegler House (c1910) (126 N. 1st Ave.). Tucson, AZ. Style: Queen Anne.Residence (c1915) (341 E. 1st St.). Tucson, AZ. Style: Western Stick.Catalina B&B (1927) (309 E. 1st St.). Tucson, AZ.
Consolidated Bank of Tucson. Tucson, AZ.United States Court House. Tucson, AZ.Wells Fargo building. Tucson, AZ.Steinfeld Mansion. Tucson, AZ.
Consolidated Bank of Tucson (1928-9) (2 E. Congress St.). Tucson, AZ. Architect: Cain Nelson Wares & Cook.United States Court House (1929) (55 E. Broadway). Tucson, AZ. Architect: James A. Wetmore.Wells Fargo building (1955) (150 N. Stone Ave.). Tucson, AZ. Architect: Place & Place.Steinfeld Mansion (First Owls Club - 1898) (300 N. Main Ave.). Tucson, AZ. Architect: Henry C. Trost.
Steinfeld Mansion. Tucson, AZ.Second Owls Club. Tucson, AZ.Second Owls Club. Tucson, AZ.Scheider-Healy House. Tucson, AZ.
Steinfeld Mansion patterned surface. Tucson, AZ.Second Owls Club (1902-3) (378 N. Main Ave.). Tucson, AZ. Style: Mission revival & Sullivanesque. Architect: Trost & Rust.Second Owls Club textured surfaces & owl in round window. Tucson, AZ.Scheider-Healy House (1900-2) (324 S. 6th Ave.). Tucson, AZ. Style: Adobe & Greek revival. Architect: Henry C. Trost.
Scheider-Healy House. Tucson, AZ.Scheider-Healy House. Tucson, AZ.Willard Hotel. Tucson, AZ.Ronstadt House. Tucson, AZ.
Scheider-Healy House decoration. Tucson, AZ.Scheider-Healy House porch detail. Tucson, AZ.Willard (Pueblo) Hotel (1902-4) (145 S. 6th Ave.). Tucson, AZ. Style: Mission Revival. Architect: Henry C. Trost.Ronstadt House (1904) (607 N. 6th Ave.). Tucson, AZ. Architect: Trost & Rust. On National Register.
Ronstadt House. Tucson, AZ.Ronstadt House. Tucson, AZ.Bayless House. Tucson, AZ.721 E. University Blvd. Tucson, AZ.
Ronstadt House portico. Tucson, AZ.Ronstadt House texture detail. Tucson, AZ.Bayless House (1905) (145 E. University Blvd.). Tucson, AZ. Style: Mission-style. Architect: Trost & Rust.Residence (1905) (721 E. University Blvd.). Tucson, AZ. Style: Sullivanesque. Architect: Henry C. Trost.
721 E. University Blvd. Tucson, AZ.Goodrich House. Tucson, AZ.Scottish Rite Cathedral. Tucson, AZ.Scottish Rite Cathedral. Tucson, AZ.
721 E. University Blvd. pillar texture details. Tucson, AZ.Goodrich House (1908) (645 E. University Blvd.). Tucson, AZ. Style: Wright influence. Architect: Henry C. Trost.Scottish Rite Cathedral (1915) (160 S. Scott Ave.). Tucson, AZ. Style: Neoclassical. Architect: Henry C. Trost.Scottish Rite Cathedral facade detail. Tucson, AZ.
Morman Battalion sculpture. Tucson, AZ.Native themes on pottery. Tucson, AZ.Mural "El Alma del Pueblo". Tucson, AZ.Tourist trolley near campus of University of Arizona. Tucson, AZ.
Morman Battalion sculpture commemorating Mormons who enlisted in U.S. Army during 1846 war against Mexico to get federal funds for their migration to San Diego. Tucson, AZ.Native themes on pottery in shop in El Presidio district. Tucson, AZ.Detail of mural "El Alma del Pueblo" (1998) by Alex Garza & Gonzalo Espinosa at Tucson Museum of Art. Tucson, AZ.Tourist trolley near campus of University of Arizona. Tucson, AZ.

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