Tag: Burton Barr Central Library

From the Arizona Room | 1942 W. Adams St. — William Grier House

December 29, 2010 | By

The William Grier House is one of the Neo-Colonial standouts of the St. Matthew neighborhood west of Downtown Phoenix.

From the Arizona Room | 916 E. McKinley St — George E. Cisney House

December 22, 2010 | By

An original Dennis Addition house still looks stunning at 113 years old.

From the Arizona Room | 1317 W. Jefferson St. — Connell/Smurthwaite House

December 15, 2010 | By

The visitors center at Pioneer & Military Park was not built there; on the contrary, it spent nearly 100 years 26 blocks away.

From the Arizona Room | 1100 W. Washington St. — J.M. Evans House

December 1, 2010 | By

‘Old Phoenix’ meshes with modern architecture across from Library Park.

From the Arizona Room | 763 E. Moreland St. — George Hidden House

November 17, 2010 | By

Built in 1896, the Hidden House is the oldest remaining home from the original Brill’s Addition.

From the Arizona Room | 724 E. Portland St. — L.E. Rich House

November 3, 2010 | By

There is more than meets the eye to one of North Garfield’s oldest homes.

From the Arizona Room | 915 E. Pierce St. — Grand Pyramid House

October 27, 2010 | By

One of Garfield’s most notable homes is an example of historic preservation with modern flashes.

From the Arizona Room | 917 E. Roosevelt St. — E.W. Skinner House

October 13, 2010 | By

Take a look at a Garfield home that was around well before the Garfield name even took hold.

From the Arizona Room | 323 E. Willetta St. — James H. McClintock House

October 6, 2010 | By

A home of a once prominent Arizonan is tucked away in the East Evergreen Historic District.

From the Arizona Room | 628 E. Adams St. — Silva House

September 29, 2010 | By

It’s nearly 110 years old, but the Silva House — now better known as the Rose & Crown Pub — is uncharacteristically well preserved.