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Byron, 1889-1963), designed commercial, residential, and community buildings in Phoenix and around the state of Arizona from the 1910s through the mid-1930s.
The Fitzhugh and Byron firm is recognized for designing some of the earliest examples of adobe revival architecture in Phoenix.
"Misc S." The AJHS archived the photographs using the original filing order and file labeling in order to preserve the original order of the collection as received by AJHS.
The preservation process consisted of transferring all the photographs, slides, and negatives into protective polypropylene sleeves and antimicrobial folders.
Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence Men's Anti-Violence Network National Coalition Against Domestic Violence Arizonans for Children Domestic Violence Programs (City of Mesa) The City of Mesa and the Mesa Police Department does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex or disability in the delivery of services.
The Arizona Adjutants General exhibit is comprised of photographs of Adjutants General in Arizona from territorial days to the present.
The springs boasted rates of output of 43 cubic feet per second.
In its early days, the Childs-Irving plant was able to supply all of the power needs for Yavapai County.
Browse and Search This Collection Contributed by Arizona Jewish Historical Society The Jewish News Photographic Collection consists of over 10,000 photographs and other documentation donated by the Jewish News of Greater Phoenix to the Arizona Jewish Historic Society in May 2007.
As the population grew, post offices would open, and as mines closed and people moved away, the post offices would also close.
Because postal history cannot be separated from human history, the items in this collection reflect various aspects of daily life from the Territorial period to recent years, including settlement and ranch life.
The photographs are organized by category: religious, cultural, social, political, business, youth, weddings/bar and bat mitzvah.
The following is information about the Domestic Violence resources that are available through the Mesa Police Department Victim Services Unit located at the Mesa Family Advocacy Center.