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National Register of Historic Places listings in Pima County, Arizona

Location of Pima County in Arizona

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Pima County, Arizona.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Pima County, Arizona, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a map.[1]

There are 191 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 4 that are also National Historic Landmarks. Three properties formerly listed have been removed from the National Register.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted October 4, 2019.[2]
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Current listingsEdit

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 James P. and Sarah Adams House August 30, 2011
(#11000568)
5201 N. Camino Escuela
32°18′05″N 110°56′08″W / 32.301389°N 110.935556°W / 32.301389; -110.935556 (James P. and Sarah Adams House)
Tucson
2 Agua Caliente Ranch Rural Historic Landscape July 9, 2009
(#04001246)
12325 E. Roger Rd.
32°16′54″N 110°44′00″W / 32.281667°N 110.733333°W / 32.281667; -110.733333 (Agua Caliente Ranch Rural Historic Landscape)
Tucson
3 Air Force Facility Missile Site 8 (571-7) Military Reservation December 3, 1992
(#92001234)
1580 W. Duval Mine Rd.
31°54′11″N 110°59′54″W / 31.903056°N 110.998333°W / 31.903056; -110.998333 (Air Force Facility Missile Site 8 (571-7) Military Reservation)
Green Valley Titan Missile Museum
4 Ajo Townsite Historic District November 30, 2001
(#01000877)
Blocks 1 through 31
32°22′20″N 112°51′48″W / 32.372222°N 112.863333°W / 32.372222; -112.863333 (Ajo Townsite Historic District)
Ajo
5 Aldea Linda Residential Historic District June 9, 2009
(#09000371)
4700-5000 blocks of E. Calle Jabali, E. 22nd St., and the 1100 block of S. Swan Rd.
32°12′32″N 110°53′15″W / 32.209018°N 110.887570°W / 32.209018; -110.887570 (Aldea Linda Residential Historic District)
Tucson Developed ca. 1947 by future state governor Sam Goddard. Large lots, houses set back from street.[5]
6 Arthur Olaf and Helen S. Anderson House March 13, 2017
(#12001101)
5505 N. Camino Escuela
32°18′22″N 110°55′51″W / 32.306152°N 110.930951°W / 32.306152; -110.930951 (Arthur Olaf and Helen S. Anderson House)
Tucson
7 Arivaca Schoolhouse April 16, 2012
(#12000199)
17180 W. 4th St.
31°34′34″N 111°19′46″W / 31.576105°N 111.329447°W / 31.576105; -111.329447 (Arivaca Schoolhouse)
Arivaca Oldest standing schoolhouse in Arizona, built by rancher Pedro Aguirre in 1879. Currently a center for community activities.[citation needed]
8 Arizona Daily Star Building February 22, 2002
(#02000033)
30 N. Church Ave.
32°13′20″N 110°58′20″W / 32.22214°N 110.97222°W / 32.22214; -110.97222 (Arizona Daily Star Building)
Tucson
9 Arizona Hotel September 12, 2003
(#03000902)
31-47 N. 6th Ave., 135 E. 10th St.
32°13′21″N 110°58′08″W / 32.22256°N 110.96889°W / 32.22256; -110.96889 (Arizona Hotel)
Tucson
10 Arizona Inn April 5, 1988
(#88000240)
2200 E. Elm St.
32°14′31″N 110°56′19″W / 32.241944°N 110.938611°W / 32.241944; -110.938611 (Arizona Inn)
Tucson Historic hotel
11 Armory Park Historic Residential District July 30, 1976
(#76000378)
E. 12th St. to 19th St., Stone Ave. to 2nd Ave.; also roughly 19th, 20th, and 21st Sts. from Stone Ave. to Jacobus Ave.
32°12′56″N 110°57′58″W / 32.215556°N 110.966111°W / 32.215556; -110.966111 (Armory Park Historic Residential District)
Tucson Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of July 5, 1996
12 Barrio Anita September 23, 2011
(#11000682)
Roughly bounded by W. Speedway Blvd., Union Pacific Railroad, N. Granada Ave., St. Mary's Rd. & I-10
32°13′59″N 110°58′47″W / 32.233056°N 110.979722°W / 32.233056; -110.979722 (Barrio Anita)
Tucson Originally McKinley Park subdivision, recorded 1903. Named after Annie Hughes, sister of Sam Hughes.[6]
13 Barrio El Hoyo Historic District August 13, 2008
(#08000763)
Roughly bounded by W. Cushing St. on the north, W. 18th St. on the south, S. 11th Ave. on the east, and S. Samaniego Ave. on the west
32°12′53″N 110°58′30″W / 32.214725°N 110.974944°W / 32.214725; -110.974944 (Barrio El Hoyo Historic District)
Tucson
14 Barrio El Membrillo Historic District August 5, 2009
(#09000583)
Bounded by W. Granada St. on the north, W. Simpson St. on the south, and the right-of-way of the former El Paso and Southwestern railroad line on the east
32°12′58″N 110°58′42″W / 32.216103°N 110.978422°W / 32.216103; -110.978422 (Barrio El Membrillo Historic District)
Tucson
15 Barrio Libre October 18, 1978
(#78000565)
Roughly bounded by 14th, 19th, Stone and Osborne Sts.
32°12′46″N 110°58′23″W / 32.212778°N 110.973056°W / 32.212778; -110.973056 (Barrio Libre)
Tucson
16 Barrio Santa Rosa September 23, 2011
(#11000683)
Roughly bounded by W. 18th St., S. Russell Ave., W. 22nd St., S. 9th Ave., & S. Meyer Ave.
32°12′34″N 110°58′15″W / 32.209444°N 110.970833°W / 32.209444; -110.970833 (Barrio Santa Rosa)
Tucson
17 Bates Well Ranch May 20, 1994
(#94000493)
Eastern side of Bates Well Rd.
32°10′06″N 112°57′01″W / 32.168333°N 112.950278°W / 32.168333; -112.950278 (Bates Well Ranch)
Ajo
18 Jean and Paul Bauder House October 2, 2017
(#100001661)
4775 N. Camino Antonio
32°17′43″N 110°55′38″W / 32.295177°N 110.927351°W / 32.295177; -110.927351 (Jean and Paul Bauder House)
Tucson Boundary increase approved September 5, 2019
19 Binghampton Rural Historic Landscape May 1, 2003
(#03000316)
Approximately at the junction of N. Dodge Boulevard and E. River Rd.
32°16′45″N 110°55′01″W / 32.279167°N 110.916944°W / 32.279167; -110.916944 (Binghampton Rural Historic Landscape)
Tucson
20 Blenman-Elm Historic District October 29, 2003
(#03000318)
Bounded by Grant, Country Club, Speedway, and Campbell
32°14′38″N 110°56′00″W / 32.243889°N 110.933333°W / 32.243889; -110.933333 (Blenman-Elm Historic District)
Tucson
21 Boudreaux-Robison House March 30, 1992
(#92000253)
101 N. Bella Vista Dr.
32°13′17″N 110°59′43″W / 32.22149°N 110.99514°W / 32.22149; -110.99514 (Boudreaux-Robison House)
Tucson
22 Bray-Valenzuela House March 30, 1992
(#92000255)
203 N. Grande Ave.
32°13′25″N 110°59′21″W / 32.22361°N 110.9892°W / 32.22361; -110.9892 (Bray-Valenzuela House)
Tucson
23 Grace and Elliot Brown House January 24, 2017
(#100000550)
5025 N. Camino Escuela
32°17′52″N 110°56′13″W / 32.297848°N 110.936951°W / 32.297848; -110.936951 (Grace and Elliot Brown House)
Tucson
24 Bull Pasture September 1, 1978
(#78000380)
East of Lukeville in the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
32°00′49″N 112°41′42″W / 32.013611°N 112.695°W / 32.013611; -112.695 (Bull Pasture)
Lukeville
25 Erskine P. Caldwell House September 9, 2010
(#10000747)
1915 E. Camino Miraval
32°18′28″N 110°56′29″W / 32.307778°N 110.941389°W / 32.307778; -110.941389 (Erskine P. Caldwell House)
Tucson
26 Dr. William Austin Cannon House October 25, 1982
(#82001663)
1189 E. Speedway
32°14′11″N 110°57′15″W / 32.23625°N 110.95428°W / 32.23625; -110.95428 (Dr. William Austin Cannon House)
Tucson
27 Canoa Ranch Headquarters Historic District February 16, 2016
(#04001158)
5555 S AZ 19
31°47′25″N 111°01′21″W / 31.790250°N 111.022426°W / 31.790250; -111.022426 (Canoa Ranch Headquarters Historic District)
Green Valley vicinity
28 Casa Juan Paisano July 31, 2013
(#13000545)
3300 E. Camino Juan Paisano
32°18′47″N 110°55′14″W / 32.3130°N 110.9205°W / 32.3130; -110.9205 (Casa Juan Paisano)
Tucson Home of developer John W. Murphey; designed by Mexican architect Juan Worner y Blas; built 1961.[7]
29 Catalina Foothills Estates Apartments September 8, 2015
(#15000568)
2600 E. Skyline Dr.
32°19′22″N 110°55′56″W / 32.3227°N 110.9322°W / 32.3227; -110.9322 (Catalina Foothills Estates Apartments)
Tucson
30 Catalina Foothills Estates Job 265 House March 7, 2017
(#100000705)
5276 N. Camino Real
32°18′08″N 110°55′50″W / 32.302315°N 110.930606°W / 32.302315; -110.930606 (Catalina Foothills Estates Job 265 House)
Tucson
31 Catalina Foothills Estates Job No. 399 House December 4, 2018
(#100003145)
4950 N Calle Colmado
32°17′54″N 110°55′58″W / 32.2982°N 110.9327°W / 32.2982; -110.9327 (Catalina Foothills Estates Job No. 399 House)
Tucson
32 Catalina Vista Historic District October 29, 2003
(#03000317)
Bounded by Grant, Tucson Boulevard, Elm St., and Campbell Ave.
32°14′53″N 110°56′23″W / 32.248056°N 110.939722°W / 32.248056; -110.939722 (Catalina Vista Historic District)
Tucson
33 Catalina American Baptist Church May 23, 2008
(#08000430)
1900 N. Country Club Rd.
32°14′43″N 110°55′36″W / 32.24536°N 110.92658°W / 32.24536; -110.92658 (Catalina American Baptist Church)
Tucson
34 Cavalry Corrals December 13, 1978
(#78003359)
N. Craycroft Boulevard
32°15′44″N 110°52′28″W / 32.26217°N 110.87435°W / 32.26217; -110.87435 (Cavalry Corrals)
Tucson
35 Cienega Bridge September 30, 1988
(#88001642)
5.3 miles (8.5 km) southeast of Vail on Marsh Station Rd.
32°01′11″N 110°38′43″W / 32.019722°N 110.645278°W / 32.019722; -110.645278 (Cienega Bridge)
Vail
36 Cocoraque Butte Archaeological District October 10, 1975
(#75000355)
Address Restricted
Tucson
37 Colonia Solana Residential Historic District January 4, 1989
(#88002963)
Roughly bounded by Broadway Boulevard, S. Randolph Way, Camino Campestre, and S. Country Club
32°13′03″N 110°55′18″W / 32.2175°N 110.921667°W / 32.2175; -110.921667 (Colonia Solana Residential Historic District)
Tucson
38 Colossal Cave Preservation Park Historic District July 10, 1992
(#92000850)
Junction of Old Spanish Trail and Colossal Cave Rd.
32°03′25″N 110°38′11″W / 32.056944°N 110.636389°W / 32.056944; -110.636389 (Colossal Cave Preservation Park Historic District)
Vail
39 Stephen and Persis Hart Browne Congdon House January 16, 2018
(#100001956)
2928 N. Orlando St.
32°15′35″N 110°53′18″W / 32.259726°N 110.888255°W / 32.259726; -110.888255 (Stephen and Persis Hart Browne Congdon House)
Tucson
40 Copper Bell Bed and Breakfast March 30, 1992
(#92000254)
25 N. Westmoreland Ave.
32°13′13″N 110°59′34″W / 32.22037°N 110.99269°W / 32.22037; -110.99269 (Copper Bell Bed and Breakfast)
Tucson
41 John P. and Helena S. Corcoran House August 30, 2011
(#11000569)
2200 E. Calle Lustre
32°18′18″N 110°56′28″W / 32.305°N 110.941111°W / 32.305; -110.941111 (John P. and Helena S. Corcoran House)
Tucson
42 Cordova House May 4, 1972
(#72000198)
173-177 N. Meyer Ave.
32°13′26″N 110°58′29″W / 32.22389°N 110.97461°W / 32.22389; -110.97461 (Cordova House)
Tucson
43 Coronado Hotel November 30, 1982
(#82001622)
410 E. 9th St.
32°13′25″N 110°57′52″W / 32.223611°N 110.964444°W / 32.223611; -110.964444 (Coronado Hotel)
Tucson
44 George C. Craig House June 26, 2017
(#100001230)
5005 N. Calle La Vela
32°17′52″N 110°56′33″W / 32.297765°N 110.942604°W / 32.297765; -110.942604 (George C. Craig House)
Tucson
45 Curley School January 31, 2008
(#07001464)
201 W. Esperanza Ave.
32°22′20″N 112°51′50″W / 32.372211°N 112.863769°W / 32.372211; -112.863769 (Curley School)
Ajo
46 Deep Well Ranch October 1, 2004
(#04001072)
13001 E. Redington Rd.
32°15′24″N 110°42′53″W / 32.256667°N 110.714722°W / 32.256667; -110.714722 (Deep Well Ranch)
Tucson
47 DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun Historic District October 12, 2006
(#06000932)
6300 N. Swan Rd.
32°19′47″N 110°53′30″W / 32.329722°N 110.891667°W / 32.329722; -110.891667 (DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun Historic District)
Tucson Ettore DeGrazia's studio and home
48 Desert Laboratory October 15, 1966
(#66000190)
West of Tucson off W. Anklam Rd. on Tumamoc Hill
32°12′59″N 111°00′33″W / 32.216389°N 111.009167°W / 32.216389; -111.009167 (Desert Laboratory)
Tucson
49 Dodson-Esquivel House March 30, 1992
(#92000252)
1004 W. Alameda St.
32°13′21″N 110°59′20″W / 32.2224°N 110.98902°W / 32.2224; -110.98902 (Dodson-Esquivel House)
Tucson
50 Don Martin Apartment House September 9, 2010
(#10000748)
605 E. 9th St.
32°13′27″N 110°57′44″W / 32.22406°N 110.96214°W / 32.22406; -110.96214 (Don Martin Apartment House)
Tucson
51 Dos Lomitas Ranch May 6, 1994
(#94000426)
Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
31°51′29″N 112°44′25″W / 31.858056°N 112.740278°W / 31.858056; -112.740278 (Dos Lomitas Ranch)
Ajo
52 Drexel House June 26, 2017
(#100001231)
5535 N. Camino Real
32°18′24″N 110°55′37″W / 32.306756°N 110.926986°W / 32.306756; -110.926986 (Drexel House)
Tucson
53 Paul Laurence Dunbar School October 18, 2018
(#100003013)
300 W 2nd St.
32°13′57″N 110°58′38″W / 32.232623°N 110.977090°W / 32.232623; -110.977090 (Paul Laurence Dunbar School)
Tucson
54 El Camino Del Diablo December 1, 1978
(#78000560)
Northwest of Lukeville
32°04′20″N 113°23′12″W / 32.072222°N 113.386667°W / 32.072222; -113.386667 (El Camino Del Diablo)
Lukeville
55 El Conquistador Water Tower June 20, 1980
(#80000771)
Broadway and Randolph Way
32°13′14″N 110°55′09″W / 32.22059°N 110.91918°W / 32.22059; -110.91918 (El Conquistador Water Tower)
Tucson
56 El Encanto Apartments December 30, 1994
(#94001181)
2820 E. 6th St.
32°13′39″N 110°55′47″W / 32.22748°N 110.92979°W / 32.22748; -110.92979 (El Encanto Apartments)
Tucson
57 El Encanto Estates Residential Historic District January 29, 1988
(#87002284)
Roughly bounded by Country Club Rd., Broadway Boulevard, 5th St., and Jones St.; also roughly bounded by E. Speedway Boulevard, N. Country Club Rd., E. Broadway Boulevard, and N. Campbell Ave.
32°13′30″N 110°55′22″W / 32.225000°N 110.922778°W / 32.225000; -110.922778 (El Encanto Estates Residential Historic District)
Tucson Developed ca. 1928.[8] Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of September 29, 1994, the Sam Hughes Neighborhood Historic District
58 El Montevideo Historic District September 12, 1994
(#94001070)
3700 and 3800 blocks of streets between Broadway and 5th St.; also the 3700 and 3800 blocks of Camino Del Norte; also roughly bounded by 5th St., Broadway Boulevard, Alvernon Way, and Ridge Dr.
32°13′31″N 110°54′37″W / 32.225278°N 110.910278°W / 32.225278; -110.910278 (El Montevideo Historic District)
Tucson Second and third sets of boundaries represent boundary increases of December 1, 2000 and December 29, 2007
59 El Paso and Southwestern Railroad Depot March 12, 2004
(#03000903)
419 W. Congress St.
32°13′13″N 110°58′40″W / 32.22019°N 110.97789°W / 32.22019; -110.97789 (El Paso and Southwestern Railroad Depot)
Tucson The depot opened in 1912.[9]
60 El Presidio Historic District September 27, 1976
(#76000379)
Roughly bounded by W. 6th and W. Alameda Sts. and N. Stone and Granada Aves.
32°13′30″N 110°58′30″W / 32.225°N 110.975°W / 32.225; -110.975 (El Presidio Historic District)
Tucson
61 El Tiradito November 19, 1971
(#71000115)
221 S. Main St.
32°12′58″N 110°58′29″W / 32.21617°N 110.97472°W / 32.21617; -110.97472 (El Tiradito)
Tucson
62 The Eleven Arches September 9, 2010
(#10000740)
5201 N. Hacienda Del Sol
32°18′06″N 110°55′08″W / 32.30177°N 110.91888°W / 32.30177; -110.91888 (The Eleven Arches)
Tucson
63 Empire Ranch May 30, 1975
(#75000354)
6 miles (9.7 km) east of Greaterville
31°47′07″N 110°38′33″W / 31.785278°N 110.6425°W / 31.785278; -110.6425 (Empire Ranch)
Greaterville Centerpiece of Las Cienegas National Conservation Area
64 Empirita Cattle Ranch Rural Historic District January 8, 2009
(#04001247)
Between Vail and Benson, south of Interstate 10
31°57′26″N 110°31′40″W / 31.95726°N 110.527811°W / 31.95726; -110.527811 (Empirita Cattle Ranch Rural Historic District)
Benson
65 Feldman's Historic District September 21, 1989
(#89001460)
Roughly bounded by Lee St., Park Ave., Speedway Boulevard, 7th Ave., Drachman St., and 2nd Ave.
Also, generally north of E. Speedway Boulevard, west of N. Park Ave., south of E. Lee St., and east of N. 7th St.

32°14′18″N 110°57′45″W / 32.238333°N 110.9625°W / 32.238333; -110.9625 (Feldman's Historic District)
Tucson Name changed from Speedway-Drachman Historic District.[10] Named after Alther M. Feldman, homesteader and photographer.[11]
66 George W. Ferguson House May 21, 2018
(#100002476)
6441 N Treasure Dr
32°19′29″N 110°58′43″W / 32.3248°N 110.9786°W / 32.3248; -110.9786 (George W. Ferguson House)
Tucson
67 First Hittinger Block September 12, 2003
(#03000904)
120 E. Congress St.[12]
32°13′18″N 110°58′09″W / 32.22179°N 110.96923°W / 32.22179; -110.96923 (First Hittinger Block)
Tucson
68 First Joesler House September 9, 2010
(#10000741)
3408 E. Fairmount St.
32°14′22″N 110°55′11″W / 32.23952°N 110.91968°W / 32.23952; -110.91968 (First Joesler House)
Tucson
69 P.W. Fletcher House August 30, 2011
(#11000570)
4850 N. Campbell Ave.
32°17′46″N 110°56′23″W / 32.296111°N 110.939722°W / 32.296111; -110.939722 (P.W. Fletcher House)
Tucson
70 Fort Lowell Park December 13, 1978
(#78003358)
N. Craycroft Boulevard
32°15′37″N 110°52′29″W / 32.260236°N 110.874675°W / 32.260236; -110.874675 (Fort Lowell Park)
Tucson Owned by the Catalina Council of the Boy Scouts of America from 1945 to 1957.[13]
71 Fourth Avenue Commercial Historic District October 12, 2017
(#100001726)
4th Ave. from approx. 4th to 9th Sts.
32°13′40″N 110°57′56″W / 32.227718°N 110.965688°W / 32.227718; -110.965688 (Fourth Avenue Commercial Historic District)
Tucson
72 Fourth Avenue Underpass September 30, 1988
(#88001654)
4th Ave.
32°13′23″N 110°57′57″W / 32.22306°N 110.96583°W / 32.22306; -110.96583 (Fourth Avenue Underpass)
Tucson Rebuilt in 2009;[14] may no longer retain historic integrity.
73 Fox Commercial Building April 6, 2004
(#04000258)
27 W. Congress St.
32°13′25″N 110°58′18″W / 32.223611°N 110.971667°W / 32.223611; -110.971667 (Fox Commercial Building)
Tucson
74 Fox Theatre September 12, 2003
(#03000905)
17 W. Congress St.
32°13′19″N 110°58′18″W / 32.222°N 110.97161°W / 32.222; -110.97161 (Fox Theatre)
Tucson
75 Gabel House September 9, 2010
(#10000742)
5445 N. Camino Escuela
32°18′19″N 110°55′55″W / 32.30541°N 110.93189°W / 32.30541; -110.93189 (Gabel House)
Tucson
76 Gachado Well and Line Camp November 2, 1978
(#78000348)
East of Lukeville in the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
31°52′18″N 112°47′08″W / 31.871667°N 112.785556°W / 31.871667; -112.785556 (Gachado Well and Line Camp)
Lukeville
77 Ghost Ranch Lodge May 30, 2012
(#12000296)
801 W. Miracle Mile Rd.
32°15′37″N 110°59′06″W / 32.26035°N 110.9851°W / 32.26035; -110.9851 (Ghost Ranch Lodge)
Tucson
78 Gist Residence December 4, 2009
(#09000960)
5626 E. Burns St.
32°13′27″N 110°52′21″W / 32.2241°N 110.872392°W / 32.2241; -110.872392 (Gist Residence)
Tucson
79 John and Isabella Greenway House February 23, 1998
(#98000052)
1 Greenway House Dr.
32°21′59″N 112°52′09″W / 32.366389°N 112.869167°W / 32.366389; -112.869167 (John and Isabella Greenway House)
Ajo
80 Growler Mine Area November 14, 1978
(#78000350)
North of Lukeville
32°10′10″N 112°58′05″W / 32.169444°N 112.968056°W / 32.169444; -112.968056 (Growler Mine Area)
Lukeville
81 Gunsight Mountain Archeological District June 21, 1991
(#90000996)
Address Restricted
Three Points
82 Arthur C. and Helen Neel Hall House August 30, 2011
(#11000571)
4875 N. Campbell Ave.
32°17′44″N 110°56′28″W / 32.29557°N 110.94124°W / 32.29557; -110.94124 (Arthur C. and Helen Neel Hall House)
Tucson
83 Lewis D.W. Hall House August 30, 2011
(#11000572)
3160 E. Via Celeste
32°18′09″N 110°55′30″W / 32.3025°N 110.925°W / 32.3025; -110.925 (Lewis D.W. Hall House)
Tucson
84 Dr. Howard Paul Harrenstein House August 22, 2019
(#100004292)
6450 North Calle De Estevan
32°19′27″N 110°57′27″W / 32.3243°N 110.9575°W / 32.3243; -110.9575 (Dr. Howard Paul Harrenstein House)
Tucson
85 Haynes Building September 9, 2010
(#10000743)
312-314 E. Sixth St.
32°13′39″N 110°58′00″W / 32.22756°N 110.96669°W / 32.22756; -110.96669 (Haynes Building)
Tucson
86 Hecker House September 9, 2010
(#10000744)
2635 N. Camino Principal
32°15′21″N 110°51′06″W / 32.2557°N 110.85153°W / 32.2557; -110.85153 (Hecker House)
Tucson
87 Hotel Congress September 12, 2003
(#03000906)
303-311 E. Congress St.
32°13′27″N 110°58′00″W / 32.224167°N 110.966667°W / 32.224167; -110.966667 (Hotel Congress)
Tucson Historic hotel;
88 I'itoi Mo'o-Montezuma's Head and 'Oks Daha-Old Woman Sitting May 2, 1994
(#94000399)
Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
32°07′02″N 112°42′19″W / 32.117222°N 112.705278°W / 32.117222; -112.705278 (I'itoi Mo'o-Montezuma's Head and 'Oks Daha-Old Woman Sitting)
Ajo
89 Indian House Community Residential Historic District October 28, 2001
(#01001173)
Roughly bounded by 5th St., E. Wash, Kane Estates, and Sahura St.
32°13′41″N 110°51′52″W / 32.228056°N 110.864444°W / 32.228056; -110.864444 (Indian House Community Residential Historic District)
Tucson
90 Indian Ridge Historic District July 16, 2010
(#10000467)
Northwest of Sabino Canyon and Tanque Verde
32°15′29″N 110°50′43″W / 32.257990°N 110.845230°W / 32.257990; -110.845230 (Indian Ridge Historic District)
Tucson
91 Iron Horse Expansion Historic District June 19, 1986
(#86001347)
Roughly bounded by 8th St., Euclid Ave., Hughes, and 10th Sts., and N. 4th and Hoff Aves.
32°13′25″N 110°57′42″W / 32.223611°N 110.961667°W / 32.223611; -110.961667 (Iron Horse Expansion Historic District)
Tucson
92 J. C. Penney-Chicago Store September 12, 2003
(#03000907)
130 E. Congress St.
32°13′18″N 110°58′08″W / 32.22178°N 110.96889°W / 32.22178; -110.96889 (J. C. Penney-Chicago Store)
Tucson
93 Jefferson Park Historic District May 1, 2012
(#12000241)
Roughly bounded by Euclid, Grant, Campbell & alley south of Lester.
32°14′48″N 110°57′08″W / 32.246672°N 110.952133°W / 32.246672; -110.952133 (Jefferson Park Historic District)
Tucson Several streets given tree names by landowner Anna Lester.[15]
94 Donald S. and Elizabeth E. Johnson House October 18, 2018
(#100003014)
5165 N Camino St.
32°18′02″N 110°56′01″W / 32.3006°N 110.9335°W / 32.3006; -110.9335 (Donald S. and Elizabeth E. Johnson House)
Tucson
95 Julian-Drew Building March 29, 1996
(#96000306)
182 E. Broadway
32°13′15″N 110°58′02″W / 32.22097°N 110.96736°W / 32.22097; -110.96736 (Julian-Drew Building)
Tucson
96 Kentucky Camp Historic District November 22, 1995
(#95001312)
Address Restricted
Sonoita Ghost town and former mining camp
97 Lemmon Rock Lookout House January 28, 1988
(#87002465)
Coronado National Forest
32°26′06″N 110°47′22″W / 32.43492°N 110.7894°W / 32.43492; -110.7894 (Lemmon Rock Lookout House)
Tucson Historic fire lookout
98 Los Robles Archaeological District May 11, 1989
(#89000337)
Address Restricted
Red Rock
99 Lowell Ranger Station June 10, 1993
(#93000529)
Off Sabino Canyon Rd. northeast of Tucson in the Coronado National Forest
32°18′39″N 110°49′04″W / 32.310833°N 110.817778°W / 32.310833; -110.817778 (Lowell Ranger Station)
Tucson
100 Manning Cabin March 31, 1975
(#75000169)
10 miles (16 km) east of Tucson in the Saguaro National Park
32°12′27″N 110°33′09″W / 32.2075°N 110.5525°W / 32.2075; -110.5525 (Manning Cabin)
Tucson
101 Levi H. Manning House July 27, 1979
(#79000421)
9 Paseo Redondo
32°13′24″N 110°58′44″W / 32.22325°N 110.97883°W / 32.22325; -110.97883 (Levi H. Manning House)
Tucson
102 Marist College Historic District October 25, 2011
(#11000760)
72 W. Ochoa St.
32°13′11″N 110°58′19″W / 32.21964°N 110.97181°W / 32.21964; -110.97181 (Marist College Historic District)
Tucson
103 Antonio Matus House and Property July 22, 1991
(#91000900)
856 W. Calle Santa Ana
32°14′53″N 110°59′09″W / 32.248108°N 110.985921°W / 32.248108; -110.985921 (Antonio Matus House and Property)
Tucson
104 Phillip G. McFadden House August 30, 2011
(#11000573)
5130 Camino Real
32°18′00″N 110°56′02″W / 32.3°N 110.933889°W / 32.3; -110.933889 (Phillip G. McFadden House)
Tucson
105 Men's Gymnasium, University of Arizona October 4, 1990
(#90001526)
E. 4th St., University of Arizona campus
32°13′51″N 110°56′58″W / 32.230833°N 110.949444°W / 32.230833; -110.949444 (Men's Gymnasium, University of Arizona)
Tucson Bear Down Gym
106 Menlo Park Historic District April 23, 2010
(#10000201)
13 Subdivisions irregularly bounded around Grande Ave. and W. Congress St. intersection
32°13′12″N 110°59′18″W / 32.220022°N 110.988456°W / 32.220022; -110.988456 (Menlo Park Historic District)
Tucson
107 Milton Mine September 1, 1978
(#78000351)
Northwest of Lukeville
31°58′08″N 112°53′20″W / 31.968889°N 112.888889°W / 31.968889; -112.888889 (Milton Mine)
Lukeville
108 Miracle Mile Historic District December 11, 2017
(#100001208)
Alignment of Miracle Mile, Oracle Rd., Drachman St. & Stone Ave
32°15′40″N 110°58′45″W / 32.261027°N 110.979270°W / 32.261027; -110.979270 (Miracle Mile Historic District)
Tucson Historic stretch of old U.S. Route 80 and U.S. Route 89, lined with historic hotels and businesses with iconic neon signs.[16]
109 Officer's Quarters December 13, 1978
(#78003366)
N. Craycroft Boulevard
32°15′29″N 110°52′28″W / 32.258056°N 110.874444°W / 32.258056; -110.874444 (Officer's Quarters)
Tucson Includes Commanding Officer's quarters (photo, now restored) at old Fort Lowell
110 Old Adobe Patio June 3, 1971
(#71000117)
40 W. Broadway
32°13′15″N 110°58′19″W / 32.22083°N 110.97186°W / 32.22083; -110.97186 (Old Adobe Patio)
Tucson Also known as Charles O. Brown House[17]
111 Old Library Building November 28, 1979
(#79000422)
University of Arizona campus
32°13′56″N 110°57′18″W / 32.232222°N 110.955°W / 32.232222; -110.955 (Old Library Building)
Tucson Now Arizona State Museum, north building
112 Old Main, University of Arizona April 13, 1972
(#72000199)
University of Arizona campus
32°13′55″N 110°57′10″W / 32.231944°N 110.952778°W / 32.231944; -110.952778 (Old Main, University of Arizona)
Tucson
113 Old Vail Post Office February 22, 2011
(#11000044)
13105 E. Colossal Cave Rd.
32°02′52″N 110°42′45″W / 32.047728°N 110.71254°W / 32.047728; -110.71254 (Old Vail Post Office)
Vail
114 Owen Homesite January 9, 2013
(#12001142)
1415 E. Prince Rd.
32°16′24″N 110°56′59″W / 32.2732°N 110.949687°W / 32.2732; -110.949687 (Owen Homesite)
Tucson
115 Pascua Cultural Plaza September 22, 2004
(#04001032)
785 W. Sahuaro St.
32°14′56″N 110°59′05″W / 32.24883°N 110.98485°W / 32.24883; -110.98485 (Pascua Cultural Plaza)
Tucson
116 Pie Allen Historic District June 20, 1996
(#96000648)
Roughly bounded by N. Euclid Ave., E. 6th St., N. Park Ave., and E. 10th St.; also 829, 835/837, 841, 841, 843, 903, 905, 907 E. 6th St.
32°13′31″N 110°57′29″W / 32.225331°N 110.957924°W / 32.225331; -110.957924 (Pie Allen Historic District)
Tucson Second set of addresses represent a boundary decrease February 4, 2015
117 Pima County Courthouse June 23, 1978
(#78000566)
115 N. Church St.
32°13′23″N 110°58′21″W / 32.223056°N 110.9725°W / 32.223056; -110.9725 (Pima County Courthouse)
Tucson
118 Post Trader's Store and Riallito House December 13, 1978
(#78003367)
5425 E. Fort Lowell Rd.
32°15′38″N 110°52′37″W / 32.260556°N 110.876944°W / 32.260556; -110.876944 (Post Trader's Store and Riallito House)
Tucson
119 Post Trader's Storehouse December 13, 1978
(#78003368)
5354 E. Fort Lowell Rd.
32°15′40″N 110°52′41″W / 32.260997°N 110.87805°W / 32.260997; -110.87805 (Post Trader's Storehouse)
Tucson
120 Quartermaster Storehouse December 13, 1978
(#78003369)
5479 E. Fort Lowell Rd.
32°15′44″N 110°52′33″W / 32.262222°N 110.875833°W / 32.262222; -110.875833 (Quartermaster Storehouse)
Tucson
121 Quartermaster's Corrals December 13, 1978
(#78003370)
N. Craycroft Rd.
32°15′44″N 110°52′28″W / 32.262190°N 110.874399°W / 32.262190; -110.874399 (Quartermaster's Corrals)
Tucson
122 Ramada House September 24, 2006
(#06000832)
2801 E Camino Norberto
32°18′20″N 110°55′47″W / 32.3055°N 110.92969°W / 32.3055; -110.92969 (Ramada House)
Tucson
123 Rebeil Block March 12, 2004
(#03000910)
72 E. Congress
32°13′18″N 110°58′12″W / 32.22178°N 110.96994°W / 32.22178; -110.96994 (Rebeil Block)
Tucson
124 Rialto Building September 12, 2003
(#03000908)
300-320 E. Congress St.
32°13′19″N 110°58′01″W / 32.22191°N 110.96684°W / 32.22191; -110.96684 (Rialto Building)
Tucson
125 Rialto Theatre September 12, 2003
(#03000909)
318 E. Congress St.
32°13′19″N 110°57′59″W / 32.22194°N 110.9665°W / 32.22194; -110.9665 (Rialto Theatre)
Tucson
126 Rillito Race Track Historic District June 12, 1986
(#86001322)
4502 N. 1st Ave.
32°17′23″N 110°57′24″W / 32.289722°N 110.956667°W / 32.289722; -110.956667 (Rillito Race Track Historic District)
Tucson Originally listed as "Rillito Racetrack-Chute"; current name represents a boundary increase of February 6, 2012
127 Rincon Heights Historic District January 23, 2013
(#12001190)
Roughly bounded by 6th Street, Broadway Boulevard, Campbell Avenue, and Fremont Avenue
32°13′28″N 110°56′52″W / 32.22433056°N 110.9476833°W / 32.22433056; -110.9476833 (Rincon Heights Historic District)
Tucson
128 Rincon Mountain Foothills Archeological District October 16, 1979
(#79000252)
Address Restricted
Tucson
129 Robles Ranch House September 3, 2010
(#04001157)
16130 West Ajo Highway
32°04′43″N 111°18′36″W / 32.078611°N 111.31°W / 32.078611; -111.31 (Robles Ranch House)
Robles Junction vicinity Ranch established 1882 by brothers Bernabe and Jesus Robles.[18]
130 Ronstadt House February 26, 1979
(#79000423)
607 N. 6th Ave.
32°13′46″N 110°58′08″W / 32.22931°N 110.96897°W / 32.22931; -110.96897 (Ronstadt House)
Tucson
131 Ronstadt-Sims Adobe Warehouse May 11, 1989
(#88002133)
911 N. 13th Ave.
32°13′59″N 110°58′47″W / 32.23306°N 110.97964°W / 32.23306; -110.97964 (Ronstadt-Sims Adobe Warehouse)
Tucson part of the John Spring MRA
132 Sabedra-Huerta House November 10, 1988
(#88002132)
1036–1038 N. 13th Ave.
32°14′07″N 110°58′45″W / 32.235270°N 110.979105°W / 32.235270; -110.979105 (Sabedra-Huerta House)
Tucson part of the John Spring MRA; no longer exists
133 St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church December 17, 2004
(#04001347)
4440 N. Campbell Ave.
32°17′17″N 110°56′36″W / 32.28799°N 110.94342°W / 32.28799; -110.94342 (St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church)
Tucson
134 San Clemente Historic District February 4, 2005
(#04001156)
Southeastern corner of the intersection of Alvernon and Broadway
32°13′08″N 110°54′19″W / 32.218777°N 110.905236°W / 32.218777; -110.905236 (San Clemente Historic District)
Tucson
135 San Pedro Chapel April 28, 1993
(#93000306)
5230 E. Ft. Lowell Rd.
32°15′39″N 110°52′51″W / 32.26072°N 110.8809°W / 32.26072; -110.8809 (San Pedro Chapel)
Tucson
136 San Rafael Estates January 23, 2013
(#12001189)
Northeast corner of Broadway Boulevard and Wilmont Road
32°13′23″N 110°51′20″W / 32.22309167°N 110.8554861°W / 32.22309167; -110.8554861 (San Rafael Estates)
Tucson
137 San Xavier del Bac October 15, 1966
(#66000191)
9 miles (14 km) south of Tucson via Mission Rd.
32°06′24″N 111°00′22″W / 32.106667°N 111.006111°W / 32.106667; -111.006111 (San Xavier del Bac)
Tucson
138 Santa Ana del Chiquiburitac Mission Site September 18, 1975
(#75000357)
Address Restricted
Tucson
139 Santa Cruz Catholic Church October 7, 1994
(#94001196)
1220 S. 6th Ave.
32°12′23″N 110°58′08″W / 32.2065°N 110.96875°W / 32.2065; -110.96875 (Santa Cruz Catholic Church)
Tucson
140 Schwalen-Gomez House March 30, 1992
(#92000250)
217 N. Melwood Ave.
32°13′27″N 110°59′16″W / 32.22403°N 110.98765°W / 32.22403; -110.98765 (Schwalen-Gomez House)
Tucson
141 Shrine of Santa Rita in the Desert December 9, 2015
(#14001231)
13260 E. Colossal Cave Rd.
32°02′50″N 110°42′44″W / 32.0471°N 110.7123°W / 32.0471; -110.7123 (Shrine of Santa Rita in the Desert)
Vail
142 Site No. HD 4-8A December 13, 1978
(#78003374)
E. Fort Lowell Rd.
32°15′43″N 110°52′39″W / 32.261944°N 110.8775°W / 32.261944; -110.8775 (Site No. HD 4-8A)
Tucson
143 Site No. HD 5-26 December 13, 1978
(#78003360)
5495 E. Fort Lowell Rd.
32°15′44″N 110°52′33″W / 32.262222°N 110.875833°W / 32.262222; -110.875833 (Site No. HD 5-26)
Tucson
144 Site Nos. HD 5-28/5-25 December 13, 1978
(#78003364)
3031 N. Craycroft Boulevard
32°15′47″N 110°52′32″W / 32.263056°N 110.875556°W / 32.263056; -110.875556 (Site Nos. HD 5-28/5-25)
Tucson
145 Site No. HD 7-0A December 13, 1978
(#78003361)
5429 E. Fort Lowell Rd.
32°15′44″N 110°52′33″W / 32.262222°N 110.875833°W / 32.262222; -110.875833 (Site No. HD 7-0A)
Tucson
146 Site No. HD 7-13 December 13, 1978
(#78003365)
5531 E. Fort Lowell Rd.
32°15′43″N 110°52′28″W / 32.262008°N 110.874539°W / 32.262008; -110.874539 (Site No. HD 7-13)
Tucson
147 Site Nos. HD 9-11/9-2 December 13, 1978
(#78003362)
5651 E. Fort Lowell Rd.
32°15′48″N 110°52′21″W / 32.263333°N 110.8725°W / 32.263333; -110.8725 (Site Nos. HD 9-11/9-2)
Tucson
148 Site No. HD 9-28 December 13, 1978
(#78003363)
5668 E. Fort Lowell Rd.
32°15′42″N 110°52′14″W / 32.261667°N 110.870556°W / 32.261667; -110.870556 (Site No. HD 9-28)
Tucson
149 Site Nos. HD 12-4/12-8 December 13, 1978
(#78003375)
E. Fort Lowell Rd.
32°15′44″N 110°52′33″W / 32.262222°N 110.875833°W / 32.262222; -110.875833 (Site Nos. HD 12-4/12-8)
Tucson
150 Site No. HD 13-4 December 13, 1978
(#78003376)
N. Craycroft Boulevard
32°15′36″N 110°52′35″W / 32.26°N 110.876389°W / 32.26; -110.876389 (Site No. HD 13-4)
Tucson
151 Site No. HD 13-11 December 13, 1978
(#78003373)
E. Fort Lowell Rd.
32°15′41″N 110°52′38″W / 32.261389°N 110.877222°W / 32.261389; -110.877222 (Site No. HD 13-11)
Tucson
152 Site No. HD 13-13 December 13, 1978
(#78003372)
E. Fort Lowell Rd.
32°15′38″N 110°52′37″W / 32.260556°N 110.876944°W / 32.260556; -110.876944 (Site No. HD 13-13)
Tucson
153 Sixth Avenue Underpass September 30, 1988
(#88001655)
6th Ave.
32°13′31″N 110°58′07″W / 32.22528°N 110.96861°W / 32.22528; -110.96861 (Sixth Avenue Underpass)
Tucson
154 Professor George E. P. Smith House June 3, 1982
(#82002090)
1195 E. Speedway
32°14′10″N 110°57′14″W / 32.23622°N 110.954°W / 32.23622; -110.954 (Professor George E. P. Smith House)
Tucson
155 Sosa-Carrillo-Fremont House June 3, 1971
(#71000116)
145-153 S. Main St.
32°13′10″N 110°58′28″W / 32.21942°N 110.97436°W / 32.21942; -110.97436 (Sosa-Carrillo-Fremont House)
Tucson
156 Southern Pacific Railroad Locomotive No. 1673 January 9, 1992
(#91001918)
Southern Arizona Transportation Museum, 414 N. Toole Ave.[19]
32°13′26″N 110°58′02″W / 32.22389°N 110.96735°W / 32.22389; -110.96735 (Southern Pacific Railroad Locomotive No. 1673)
Tucson
157 John Spring Neighborhood Historic District May 11, 1989
(#88002131)
Roughly bounded by W. Speedway Boulevard, N. 9th Ave., W. 5th St., N. Main Ave., W. 2nd St., and N. 10th Ave.
32°13′55″N 110°58′27″W / 32.231944°N 110.974167°W / 32.231944; -110.974167 (John Spring Neighborhood Historic District)
Tucson part of the John Spring MRA
158 Steam Pump Ranch September 2, 2009
(#09000668)
10901 Oracle Rd.
32°24′18″N 110°57′03″W / 32.404928°N 110.950867°W / 32.404928; -110.950867 (Steam Pump Ranch)
Oro Valley
159 Stone Avenue Underpass September 30, 1988
(#88001656)
Stone Ave.
32°13′38″N 110°58′18″W / 32.22714°N 110.97172°W / 32.22714; -110.97172 (Stone Avenue Underpass)
Tucson
160 Sutherland Wash Archeological District August 15, 1988
(#88000228)
Address Restricted
Tucson
161 Sutherland Wash Rock Art District October 19, 1993
(#93001107)
Address Restricted
Tucson
162 Charles S. Todd House January 26, 2001
(#00001673)
11511 E. Speedway Boulevard
32°14′12″N 110°44′45″W / 32.236667°N 110.745833°W / 32.236667; -110.745833 (Charles S. Todd House)
Tucson
163 Tucson Community Center Historic District September 8, 2015
(#15000569)
180-260 S. Church Ave.
32°13′08″N 110°58′26″W / 32.2188°N 110.9738°W / 32.2188; -110.9738 (Tucson Community Center Historic District)
Tucson Now known as the Tucson Convention Center
164 Tucson Veterans Administration Hospital Historic District August 28, 2012
(#12000548)
3601 S. 6th Ave.
32°10′52″N 110°57′56″W / 32.181234°N 110.965456°W / 32.181234; -110.965456 (Tucson Veterans Administration Hospital Historic District)
Tucson part of the United States Second Generation Veterans Hospitals MPS
165 Tucson Warehouse Historic District October 15, 1999
(#97000886)
Roughly bounded by 6th St., 4th Ave., and Toole Ave.
32°13′19″N 110°58′10″W / 32.221944°N 110.969444°W / 32.221944; -110.969444 (Tucson Warehouse Historic District)
Tucson Historic Amtrak Station located at 400 N. Toole Ave. in the Tucson Warehouse Historic District.
166 The Tumamoc Hill Archeological District April 5, 2010
(#10000109)
1675 W. Anklam Rd./NE corner Greasewood Rd & 22nd St.
32°12′50″N 111°00′21″W / 32.213775°N 111.005872°W / 32.213775; -111.005872 (The Tumamoc Hill Archeological District)
Tucson
167 Type A at 2101 E. Water St September 9, 2010
(#10000745)
2101 E. Water St.
32°15′08″N 110°56′27″W / 32.25236°N 110.9409°W / 32.25236; -110.9409 (Type A at 2101 E. Water St)
Tucson
168 Type B at 2019 E. Water St September 9, 2010
(#10000746)
2019 E. Water St.
32°15′09″N 110°56′30″W / 32.25237°N 110.94169°W / 32.25237; -110.94169 (Type B at 2019 E. Water St)
Tucson
169 U.S. Post Office and Courthouse February 10, 1983
(#83002995)
55 E. Broadway
32°13′17″N 110°58′10″W / 32.221389°N 110.969444°W / 32.221389; -110.969444 (U.S. Post Office and Courthouse)
Tucson
170 University Heights Elementary School October 6, 1983
(#83003494)
1201 N. Park Ave.
32°14′16″N 110°57′26″W / 32.23769°N 110.95717°W / 32.23769; -110.95717 (University Heights Elementary School)
Tucson
171 University Indian Ruin Archeological Research District October 17, 2012
(#12000854)
2799 N. Indian Ruins Rd.
32°15′26″N 110°50′53″W / 32.257106°N 110.848167°W / 32.257106; -110.848167 (University Indian Ruin Archeological Research District)
Tucson vicinity
172 University of Arizona Campus Historic District June 13, 1986
(#86001254)
Roughly bounded by E. 2nd St., N. Cherry Ave., E. 4th St., and Park Ave.
32°13′46″N 110°57′04″W / 32.229444°N 110.951111°W / 32.229444; -110.951111 (University of Arizona Campus Historic District)
Tucson
173 Upper Davidson Canyon Archeological District January 3, 1992
(#91001891)
Address Restricted
Sonoita
174 USDA Tucson Plant Materials Center July 2, 1997
(#97000592)
3241 N. Romero Rd.
32°15′59″N 111°00′12″W / 32.266389°N 111.003333°W / 32.266389; -111.003333 (USDA Tucson Plant Materials Center)
Tucson
175 U.S. Inspection Station-Sasabe, Arizona May 22, 2014
(#14000243)
AZ 286
31°29′00″N 111°32′40″W / 31.483269°N 111.544318°W / 31.483269; -111.544318 (U.S. Inspection Station-Sasabe, Arizona)
Sasabe Part of the U.S. Border Inspection Stations
176 Valencia Site (BB:13:15;BB:13:74) May 17, 1984
(#84000762)
Address Restricted
Tucson
177 Valley National Bank Building September 12, 2003
(#03000911)
27 S. Stone Ave.
32°13′18″N 110°58′15″W / 32.22156°N 110.97092°W / 32.22156; -110.97092 (Valley National Bank Building)
Tucson
178 Valley of the Moon July 28, 2011
(#11000480)
2544 E. Allen Rd.
32°16′30″N 110°56′02″W / 32.275°N 110.933889°W / 32.275; -110.933889 (Valley of the Moon)
Tucson
179 Nellie Mae Kellogg Van Schaick House August 30, 2011
(#11000575)
4141 N. Pontatoc Rd.
32°16′56″N 110°54′12″W / 32.28232°N 110.90324°W / 32.28232; -110.90324 (Nellie Mae Kellogg Van Schaick House)
Tucson
180 Velasco House March 5, 1974
(#74000460)
471-475-477 S. Stone Ave. and 522 S. Russell St.
32°12′55″N 110°58′12″W / 32.21533°N 110.96994°W / 32.21533; -110.96994 (Velasco House)
Tucson
181 Ventana Cave October 15, 1966
(#66000189)
Southern end of Window Mountain[20]
Santa Rosa
182 Victoria Mine September 1, 1978
(#78000349)
North of Lukeville
31°55′46″N 112°50′11″W / 31.929444°N 112.836389°W / 31.929444; -112.836389 (Victoria Mine)
Lukeville
183 Villa Catalina December 22, 2009
(#09001114)
3000-3034 E. 6th St. and 521-525 N. Country Club Rd.
32°13′39″N 110°55′41″W / 32.227467°N 110.927925°W / 32.227467; -110.927925 (Villa Catalina)
Tucson
184 Solomon Warner House and Mill June 3, 1976
(#76000380)
350 S. Grand Ave.
32°12′52″N 110°59′16″W / 32.214444°N 110.987778°W / 32.214444; -110.987778 (Solomon Warner House and Mill)
Tucson Mission Flouring Mill, built 1875 by Solomon Warner[21]
185 West University Historic District December 10, 1980
(#80004240)
Roughly bounded by Speedway Boulevard, 6th St., and Park and Stone Aves.; also S side of E 5th St. between N 5th & N 7th Aves.
32°13′50″N 110°57′41″W / 32.230556°N 110.961389°W / 32.230556; -110.961389 (West University Historic District)
Tucson Second set of addresses represent a boundary increase approved September 27, 2018.
186 Betty-Jean Wilson House February 23, 2016
(#16000024)
2322 E. Calle Lustre
32°18′17″N 110°56′20″W / 32.304829°N 110.938800°W / 32.304829; -110.938800 (Betty-Jean Wilson House)
Tucson
187 Winterhaven Historic District December 28, 2005
(#05001466)
Bounded by Prince, Country Club, Ft. Lowell, and Tucson Boulevard
32°16′10″N 110°55′49″W / 32.269444°N 110.930278°W / 32.269444; -110.930278 (Winterhaven Historic District)
Tucson
188 Woodrow House May 24, 2018
(#100001957)
8649 E Woodland
32°15′08″N 110°48′31″W / 32.2523°N 110.8086°W / 32.2523; -110.8086 (Woodrow House)
Tucson
189 Herbert and Irma Woollen House March 13, 2017
(#12001108)
4925 N. Camino Antonio
32°17′48″N 110°55′32″W / 32.296694°N 110.925691°W / 32.296694; -110.925691 (Herbert and Irma Woollen House)
Tucson
190 Harold Bell Wright Estate January 18, 1985
(#85000081)
850 N. Barbara Worth
32°14′07″N 110°51′11″W / 32.235278°N 110.853056°W / 32.235278; -110.853056 (Harold Bell Wright Estate)
Tucson
191 Harold Bell Wright Estates March 14, 2011
(#11000082)
Roughly bounded by N. Wilmot Rd. on the west, E. Speedway Blvd. on north, El Dorado Hills subdivision on the east
32°13′55″N 110°51′11″W / 32.231944°N 110.853056°W / 32.231944; -110.853056 (Harold Bell Wright Estates)
Tucson Developed in 1950, on former estate of author Harold Bell Wright.[22]

Former listingsEdit

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Blixt-Avitia House March 30, 1992
(#92000251)
May 17, 2018 830 W. Alameda St.
32°13′22″N 110°59′06″W / 32.22279°N 110.98508°W / 32.22279; -110.98508 (Blixt-Avitia House)
Tucson
2 Hotel Heidel July 15, 1982
(#82002089)
December 13, 1983 345 Toole Ave.
Tucson
3 Canoa Ranch Headquarters Historic District May 30, 2007
(#04001158)
November 26, 2014 5555 S. State Route 19
32°14′10″N 110°57′13″W / 32.236111°N 110.953611°W / 32.236111; -110.953611 (Canoa Ranch Headquarters Historic District)
Green Valley

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on October 4, 2019.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  5. ^ Leighton, David. "Street Smarts: Midtown neighborhood one of Tucson's most unusual". Arizona Daily Star. November 16, 2015.
  6. ^ Leighton, David. "Street Smarts: 'Well, I hardly knew what to think of the place' was Tucsonan's first impression". Arizona Daily Star. April 15, 2014. Retrieved April 17, 2016.
  7. ^ Leighton, David. "Street Smarts: Foothills street name honors one of Tucson's most important builders". Arizona Daily Star. March 25, 2014. Retrieved April 17, 2016.
  8. ^ Leighton, David. "Street Smarts: Contest named streets of El Encanto Estates". Arizona Daily Star. September 1, 2014. Retrieved April 17, 2016.
  9. ^ Leighton, David. "Street Smarts: Railroad extension made Tucson a 'metropolis'. Arizona Daily Star. Mar 9, 2015. Retrieved Feb. 6, 2017.
  10. ^ NRHP name change nomination form[permanent dead link], NRHP recent listings for 15 August 2008.
  11. ^ Leighton, David. "Street Smarts: Feldman brought family to Tucson after 1870s economic crash". Arizona Daily Star. July 9, 2013. Retrieved April 17, 2016.
  12. ^ Listed in the National Register as 116 E. Congress St.: see illustrated article at "Historic Hittinger building in Downtown Tucson sells for $1.09M". Address apparently changed to 120 E. Congress: compare illustrations at Teya Vitu, "Vitu: Old facades could give downtown a new face", Tucson Citizen, May 27, 2008, and "Downtown move thrills firm workers", Tucson Citizen, November 11, 2009, both of which give the 120 address for the building illustrated.
  13. ^ Leighton, David. "Street Smarts: Boy Scouts had a long connection to Fort Lowell". Arizona Daily Star. Feb. 5, 2017. Retrieved Feb. 6, 2017.
  14. ^ See photo of sign at north end
  15. ^ Leighton, David. "Street Smarts: If it bears name of a tree, chances are she named it". Arizona Daily Star. March 5, 2013. Retrieved April 17, 2016.
  16. ^ "Tucson's Miracle Mile listed in the National Register of Historic Places". Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation. December 2017. Retrieved 24 August 2018.
  17. ^ "Charles O. Brown House". Downtown Tucson. Retrieved 2012-02-14.
  18. ^ Leighton, David. "Street Smarts: Rancher was one of early Tucson's largest land owners". Arizona Daily Star. September 8, 2014. Retrieved April 17, 2014.
  19. ^ "Visit the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum". Southern Arizona Transportation Museum website. Retrieved 2012-02-09.
  20. ^ Location derived from Kurtén, Björn, and Elaine Anderson. Pleistocene mammals of North America, "Ventana Cave". New York City: Columbia UP, 1980. Accessed January 6, 2010. The NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted".
  21. ^ Leighton, David. "Street Smarts: Tiny Tucson street bears the name of a major influence on the area". Arizona Daily Star. November 5, 2013. Retrieved April 17, 2016.
  22. ^ Leighton, David. "Harold Bell Wright the inspiration for Tucson neighborhood". Arizona Daily Star. November 25, 2014. Retrieved April 17, 2016.