Things have certainly changed in 50 years. The lights of businesses on Stone Avenue in downtown Tucson, looking south from Ventura Street in July, 1971. The U.S. (Click on the image for a readable version.) Now her name is part of it. At right, is the natural desert of the Williams Addition, an innovative 160-acre development with only 22 homes on large lots. 1970s. Grant Road is in the foreground. The move came over the objections of Democrats who questioned whether it would do more harm than good. Unearthed original color replacing pink shade of Old Pima County Courthouse, How Tucson artist Rock Martinez evolved from tagger to muralist, Valentine's Day messages adorn downtown Tucson sidewalks, Then and Now: Kinsley's Ranch Lake in Arivaca Junction, Hold on teeny tiny freshwater jellyfish have been spotted in Sabino Canyon (?! Police said that More . This is a photo of the Chase Building looking south through a parking lot on East Pennington Street from the front doors of City High School at 48 E Pennington St. By the 1960s it had fallen into disrepair. Gridlocked traffic on Glenn Street, east of Campbell Avenue as thousands of people attended the opening of the new $2 million Campbell Plaza Shopping Center on April 7, 1960. Under the updated rules, casitas can be as large as 10% of their lots total square footage. The Pantano Wash runs through the top half of the photo. Tucson Citizen Archives Software Unpack Photo Archives v.1..2014.74 Unpack Photo Archives is simply the fastest, easiest way to batch unpack Zip and RAR photo archives on your computer. Tucson and downtown area looking north from 22nd Street and 6th Avenue (far right) in the mid 1960s. Keep reading with a digital access subscription. Scott Ave looking south from Pennington St toward Congress. 1940 Video by Rick Wiley / Arizona Daily Star. The "shorter and wider" Broadway Road railroad under construction in Tucson, probably in early 1963. Glenn c. Mc-1 gee has asked for help of i Tucson ans in finding old pictures of Trinity presbyterian Church and its . WAYNE BAKER. She toured the United States for three wee. Looking north from about Pennington east of Stone Ave. Background, upper left is the Arizona Land Title Building. Archived issues are available in digital format from the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection. Tucson Mall construction well-underway in 1981. Spanish Trail winds through the center of this aerial photo of Tucson's eastside in 1970. The Platters let to right, Bernette Murphy, Ricky Lane, Dexter Dickerson and Bill Williams performed at the Doubletree Inn March 18, 1977. She had four children. One stravenue origin story is that Roy P. Drachman reportedly dreamed it up in 1948 as part of Pueblo Gardens, Rockliffe said his grandfather was part of the in-crowd in Tucson, I guess youd say, but he started out humble.. The street that angles from left to right is South Osborne Ave. Harrison Road is at the bottom of the photo. Originally, the parking facilities was designed to handle 850 vehicles but it was overflowing for the event. From 1995-2004, he was director of photography at the East Valley Tribune in Mesa. Downtown Tucson Then and Now Updated Aug 15, 2016 Stone Ave in Tucson, including Arizona Land and Title, Pima Savings, Jacome's and Steinfelds, looking south from Alameda Street from the northeast corner in 1962. Dial Loans the the old Federal Courthouse on Broadway, east of Stone Ave. Tucson Citizen file photo. A new report analyzing the U.S. road conditions and how money is spent on improving them, shows Arizona has some of the best roads in the nation. From the depths of the photo archives of the Tucson Citizen and Arizona Daily Star, it's another installment of Tucson: Then and Now. Explore the comprehensive records in our online database, and you'll gain access to almost 150 years of local history. Looking south on the Nogales Interstate Highway (now I-19) at the Ajo Way overpass on July 20, 1964. Interstate 10 under construction at St Mary's Road in Tucson, ca. The entire block is now the Tucson Electric Power headquarters. It appears it never took flight. Regina Cleri is now St. Augustine Catholic High School. The company moved to that location in 1931. NBC News' Ken Dilanian breaks down how the discovery came to light and how the documents compare to classified documents found at former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate last year. City Hall is on the left (with flagpole) and San Augustin church is the peaked roof in distance at the end of the street. Craycroft Road is at right. It's Hotel Tucson City Center. Grant Road is in the foreground. The plan was to tow the gilder to 15,000 feet using a World War II-era B-25 bomber. He addressed members of the Tucson Democratic Party at a dinner on the 22nd, playing in part on the fact that it was Washington's Birthday: "Think back, if you will, to February 22, 1796. With more than 330 years of history, you can fill in the gaps in your knowledge and find the newspaper entries related to your family within Tucson, Arizona. Tucson himself, Roy P. Drachman, who reportedly dreamed it up in 1948 as part of Del Webbs Pueblo Gardens development near 22nd Street and present-day Kino Parkway. Big-name musicians often visited the Old Pueblo in the '70s and '80s, many performing sold-out shows at popular Tucson venues. Arizona Historical Society, Tucson, AZ $50,000 to preserve a collection of vintage glass negatives depicting Tucson and southern Arizona from 1870 to 1930. If you like photos that explore Tucson's past, you can see more each week by subscribing to our history newsletter:http://tucne.ws/time. This is the intersection of Sixth Avenue and Broadway, part of which was the site of the Roosevelt Hotel and Santa Rita Hotel and now the home of Tucson Electric Power in downtown Tucson. Tucson Mall construction well-underway in 1981. In 1946, the 580-acre "Rancho de la Sombra" was purchased by a group of 50 Tucsonans who wanted a second golf country club in Tucson. The 42-unit hotel, built in 1928, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Sun Tran officials say the move re-emphasizes their "commitment to utilize clean fuel technology in a cost-effective manner.". This is the view of One East Broadway at Stone Avenue and Broadway Boulevard looking northeast with the Chase building in the background. Also: Tucson Democrat Pamela Powers Hannleyfaces heavy blowback for a legislative vote; Ward 6 Tucson City Council race attracts another candidate; and recall attempt resumes against Rep. Mark Finchem. Def Leppard's Steve Clark jams at the TCC. Police are today appealing for witnesses to the incident, which happened at 7.45pm on Monday. He used to watch him work at his drafting table, and he later helped him draw a few subdivision plats before enrolling at the UA to become a registered professional land surveyor himself. Winds NNW at 5 to 10 mph.. Ray Manley by Carroll A high-rise office/retail building is planned for the site. Main Avenue runs through the center of the photo. Hua Chuca yesterday were honoured by the Tucson Trade Bureau As the airman . looking east from County Club Road, Tucson, in 1950. My first job over 40 years ago was as a paperboy for the Tucson Citizen. Subscribe to stay connected to Tucson. The Beach Boys played at Hi Corbet field May 4, 1985. TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) A former actor in Western films and his wife have survived a fire that destroyed their Tucson-area home plus decades of Arizona movie history. You have permission to edit this collection. The plaza is situated on 18 acres and has 18 tenants. <p>If you're headed to Tucson, for the gem shows later this month, be sure to ask questions about the provenance of the stones you're buying, says Monica Stephenson (pictured), founder of Anza Gems. What we stood for. A bustling Stone Avenue and downtown Tucson in December, 1946. It was one the oldest buildings in downtown Tucson. August 27, 1977: Somewhere under all those people is the football field at Arizona Stadium during the Fleetwood Mac concert. At lower right, the La Reforma Housing Project, which housed defense industry workers during WWII. A look back at Tucson-area streets from the photo archives of the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen. The city leased two helicopters for six-months as a test. ", Control room at KUAT studios in May, 1970. Tony Blanton was his grandfather. The new Gil's Chevron Service Station at 203 E Speedway on the northeast corner at North Sixth Avenue was open for business in March 1968. Tucson homes popping up in 1965. Crews demolished the Walgreen Drug fronting Congress St. behind this parking to may way for a block-long Woolworth's store, which opened in 1958. But the hotel is still there. The same land surveyor produced both maps: Tony A. Blanton from the Tucson architectural firm of Blanton and Cole. 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Tucson andthe Santa Catalina Mountains from 17,500-feet, looking north front about the rodeo grounds (bottom of photo) in March, 1956. 1970s. Rockliffe was about 11 at the time. No information on Langers Florists picture taken 1955. TPD said the Sky Patrol had initiated 25 arrests and assisted with 43 other arrests since the start of the program in May, 1972. Arroyo Chico winds its way through the lower right side. Here's a look at seemingly unrelated collections of photos of Tucson's past from archives of the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen. The street that angles from left to right is South Osborne Ave. Hi Corbett Field at Gene C. Reid Park, Tucson, in 1963. It was produced at the "modern color studio" in KUAT-TV on the University of Arizona campus. Legendary performer Elvis Presley sang to a capacity crowd at Tucson Convention Center on Nov. 9, 1972. It was opened to traffic in October, 1963. We thought we'd take a look back at downtown Tucson in the 1960s, and the buildings that existed before urban redevelopment projects transform, Past January headlines involved two planes crashing or landing in rivers, two deadly blows to the space program, the news that cigarettes caus. The land is now sports fields. It is currently used as the University of Arizona Downtown facility housing the College of Architecture Planning and Landscape Architecture. Rick Wiley is the photo editor of the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson. Clubhouse is far left. George A. Martin Sr. established a pharmacy inside the walls of the Tucson Presidio in the 1880s. The caption on the photo reads, "Today, the University (of Arizona) has more buildings than vacant land." Citing financial trouble, the Arizona Historical Society wants out of its operations agreements for the Fort Lowell Museum and the Downtown History Museum in Tucson. The lights of businesses on Stone Avenue in downtown Tucson, looking south from Ventura Street in July, 1971. It as a. The photo was taken with infrared film and a dark red filter on the lens to pierce the cloud cover. This stretch of the Benson highway near South Palo Verde Road was bypassed after Interstate 10 was opened in 1969. He played two concerts in Tucson, on Aug. 9, 1972, and June 29, 1973. ), 35 fun events happening in Tucson this weekend Jan. 12-16 , These 8 soups in Tucson will take you on a trip around the globe, Find concha slippers, horchata lip balm and more at this downtown maker shop, NOW OPEN: New downtown restaurant Blue Front is home to American comfort foods, 65 fun events happening in Tucson this January 2023 , 9 local print shops to help you create custom T-shirts, invitations and more, This home baker makes rockin' ice cream with Japanese techniques, John Dillinger's eventful capture in Tucson: the history and how it's remembered today, Blondie's Ice Cream is home to nostalgic flavors in an adorable retro trailer. CITIZEN STAFFERS REMEMBER Lloyds exerting maximum efforts for the Wildcats 4-year stay in Tucson became 21 special years 52 years of scholars. Newspapers from 1607 to Today. It was intended to replace the old Nogales Highway, then known as "Camino de la Muerte" or "Highway of Death," due to the number of fatal accidents (12 in 1967 alone). Also note the long wooden freight loading structure wooden water tower, long-since demolished. Tucson and Pima County have had a long and well-deserved reputation for. Who Receive obituaries Rafael Armando Cancino January 1, 2023 (24 years old) View obituary Glenda Crawford Prater January 7, 2023 (100 years old) View obituary Edmund Arce December 29, 2022 (85 years old) View obituary Blanca Luz Ortega North of the Tucson city limits in 1946. Longtime Tucson land surveyor Don Rockliffe said details like road names are often handled by the planner who is hired to draw up the subdivision map. Shown in 1975, owboys drive 250 cattle down a frontage road near Ruthrauff Road in Tucson toward the finish line of "The Last Cattle Drive," a 350-mile journey that began in Willcox. FILE - Guitarist Jeff Beck performs at the Louisiana Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans on April 29, 2011. The barrio demolished to build the Tucson Convention Center and Symphony Hall. Tucson's original airport in 1929. Presleys death was confirmed by her mother, Priscilla, who called her daughter "the most passionate, strong and loving woman I have ever known. Presley, the only child of Elvis and Priscilla Presley, shared her fathers brooding charisma. Looking south on Kolb Road from 22nd Street, Tucson, in 1970. The new Palo Verde High School is at bottom right. Fish) and Miss Bolton. Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page, who was also a Yardbirds bandmate and close friend of Beck, called him a six-stringed warrior with a limitless imagination. The show was produced at the "modern color studio" in KUAT-TV on the University of Arizona campus. The cattle was sold with proceeds going to the Muscular Dystrophy Assosciation. Tucson (Ariz.)--Newspapers. Harrison Road is at the bottom of the photo. They were demolished to build J.C. Penney building. Standard Oil gas station and Albert Steinfeld Hardware at 100 block of N. Stone in 1957. Former Tucson Citizen editors and publishers again share their opinions Changing face of Tucson. T. This is a 1950 photo of the North Oracle Road bridge where it originally crossed over the Rillito River, west of the current bridge. We stumble across archive photos of notable buildings, neighborhoods, businesses, vistas from 30-50 years ago, then revisit those spots today. It as a chillly 18-degrees at altitude. Downtown Tucson buildings on S. Stone taken June 1965 from the East side of the street, looking North. Interstate 10 (referred to as the "Tucson freeway" in newspapers at the time) under construction at Speedway Blvd. A hero pilot who shot down at least four Russian Migs in a classified dogfight at the height of the Cold War which saw his jet shot 263 times is to receive the Navy Cross. Host Marvin Duckler, left, and puppeteer Bonni Haber on the set of "Man in the Box of Blocks" in May, 1970, in Tucson. Johanna Eubank is a digital producer for the Arizona Daily Star and tucson.com. Based on this, I think it would be fair to say Blanton brought us the stravenue, Clinco said. He was born George Anthony Blanton in Calgary, Alberta, in 1910. Read Tucson Daily Citizen Newspaper Archives, Nov 23, 1968, p. 8 with family history and genealogy records from tucson, arizona 1940-1977. . The homes south of the football stadium are gone. The former Westerner Hotel building on Stone Avenue and Broadway Boulevard looking Southeast. Really. Under construction: The Arizona Land Title building (foreground; now Pima County Transporation) and the down J.C. Penney Department Store (now Jcome Plaza in front of the main library). Dave Bloom and Sons men's clothing at the northwest corner 6th Ave and Congress in 1956. Tucson Police Officer William Shoemaker leans out of the department's "Sky Patrol" helicopter in July, 1972. Keep reading with a digital access subscription. At lower right, the La Reforma Housing Project, which housed defense industry workers during WWII. The barrio in the foreground was bulldozed to make way for the Tucson Convention Center and Symphony Hall. Tucson and Pima County have had a long and well-deserved reputation for poor-quality streets and roads. The new Selby Motors Mercury dealership at 2200 E. Broadway Road, Tucson, in 1956. Not long after, he began to learn the family business from his own father. What's still there? The photo shows the land in late 1947. The building underwent an extensive restoration in 1990. Use the following 100-day listing as your roadmap to a happy summer. Many of the photos are courtesy of the Arizona Pioneer Historical Society (now Arizona Historical Society). In front of that, the Pima Savings and Loan building. 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But dont believe everything you read on the internet. It was built in 1926 and underwent an extensive renovation in 1990. Under construction: The Southern Arizona Bank and Trust building, to the left of the Pioneer Hotel. Neil Young performed at the Tucson Convention Center Nov. 13, 1986. The parking lot of Park Mall is at the very bottom-center of the photo. Activities Calendar; Gym Schedule; Information. For example, an 8,000 square foot lot could contain a casita as large as 800 square feet. Pennington Drugs is at left. Photos of Tucson as far back as the 1880s the archives of the Tucson Citizen and Arizona Daily Star. Blanton and Cole was the surveyor for six of them, including the five oldest. It became Tucson Country Club. Area in 1979 along North Oracle Road near the entrance of the Oracle Road Self Storage at 4700 N Oracle Rd near the Rillito River which would now be north of the Tucson Mall. Keep reading with a digital access subscription. The program will offer remote workers about $7,500 in incentives including help with moving expenses, internet service and membership in community groups. This is the northwest corner of Stone Avenue and Pennington Street and the main library plaza in Tucson. He is a graduate of ASU (yes, that ASU). Looking east from "A" Mountain and Menlo Park along Congress St. into downtown Tucson in the mid-1970s. January 9 . Just some of the reasons to begin searching through Tucson Citizen historical data include: Uncover . Joe Walsh, Randy Meisner, Don Henley, Glenn Frey and Don Felder, of the Eagles played at the University of Arizona McKale Center Oct. 16, 1976. School on northwest side is named for longtime educator. All the buildings were demolished as part of the city's urban renewal project in the 1960s and 70s. A look back at Tucson-area streets from the photo archives of the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen. Looking West towards downtown Tucson along Broadway Road just East of Euclid in 1982. Downtown Tucson looking southeast, probably about 1967. Steinfeld's was replaced by the Bank of America tower. Anthony Comello of Staten Island, New York, was charged with the March 2019 murder of Gambino crime family underboss Frank Cali.According to his defense attorney, Comello had become obsessed with QAnon theories, believing Cali was a member of "deep state" and, "because of his self-perceived status in QAnon, Mr. Comello became certain that he was enjoying the protection of President Trump . An impressive pool and shuffleball courts. This is Tucson. Keep reading with a digital access subscription. It was also considering a 3,600-unit parking lot, all of which could cost around $11 million. Rick Wiley is the photo editor of the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson. Grant Road, looking west at Campbell Ave. in 1966. Downtown Tucson lights The lights of businesses. The four-block project cost $37,500. The city leased two helicopters for six-months as a test. This is a view of the Pioneer Building, right, on East Pennington and Scott Avenue looking west. If he did not actually invent the term, he produced the first one and promoted their popularity in the late 1940s.. From 1988-94 he was a photographer at the . He is a graduate of ASU (yes, that ASU). Might be North Alvernon Way near Glenn Street. (90-110) Arizona Historical Foundation, Tempe, AZ $4,848 to preserve and make available glass photographic negatives taken by Dane Coolidge, a naturalist and writer of western novels. The "shorter and wider" Broadway Road railroad under construction in Tucson, probably in early 1963. Rock slides up ahead kept motorists from going further. Opening weekend of the 10-day HSL Properties Tucson Jazz Festival brought in big crowds to Tucson Symphony show with Pink Martini, Matthew Whitaker at the Fox. It is now the main library plaza. Where to pray; How to Pray; Du'as; Activities. Or. in the early 1960s. Silverbell Road and Scenic Drive in Marana, looking south-southwest in 1975. Court Street in Tucson, c. 1900. Rick Wiley is the photo editor of the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson. 1957. Historic archive aerial photos of Tucson Tucson andthe Santa Catalina Mountains from 17,500-feet, looking north front about the rodeo grounds (bottom of photo) in March, 1956. The freeway off ramp at St. Mary's Road (picture bottom) is gone today. This is the intersection of Sixth Avenue and Congress looking northeast at the Ronstadt Transit Center. He said there are 10 Tucson subdivisions that include stravenues, all of them mapped between 1948 and 1960. Note the price of the concert tickets. Looking north into downtown Tucson, from about 20th Street and what is now Interstate 10, in 1946. It became Tucson Country Club. The famous lunch counter had seating for 53 and a stand-up sandwich bar. The swatch of darkness is the Southern Pacific RR mainline and yard in Tucson, shown in this 1953 photo, looking northwest. Rio Nuevo wants the state Legislature to loosen the purse strings so the district can start , The University of Arizona has been around for quite some time and has a story or two to tell, The University of Arizona's Old Main, the oldest public building in Arizona this side of San, #ThisIsTucson (@this_is_tucson) Instagram photos and videos. Shopping for many Tucsonans included trips to Steinfeld's, Myerson's, Levy's or Jacome's stores, among many others that have slipped into history. It was completely demolished in 1968. 5 Michael j. Keegan of it. A Pioneer Constructors pneumatic roller is used to compact the gravel base for an 80-foot roadway. Here's a look at seemingly unrelated collections of photos of Tucson's past from archives of the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen. High near 55F. Shifman's extended family members lived at the estate. Keep reading with a digital access subscription. The Carl Hayden Community Hospital (formerly Southern Pacific RR hospital) and beautiful park (now the U.S. District Court). Simpson Street is at the center of the photo, leading to Carrillo School (known for the annual Las Posadas procession), just beyond U.S. Highway 84 (now I-10). Tucson Medical Center, looking north, ca. There was not enough room to operate the controls after the pilot with parachute were crammed inside. It was demolished for construction of the Williams Center. Star columnist Greg Hansen is profiling 10 times that Tucson teams beat No. The Stone Avenue widening project between Drachman and Lester streets in April, 1955. The fairways are taking shape. The new Woolworth's store during preparations for opening in January, 1958. Terence Blanchard, Matthew Whitaker and two-time Grammy-nominated young vocalist Samara Joy among 100-plus jazz artists descending on Tucson for 10-day festival. Read Tucson Daily Citizen Newspaper Archives, Jul 10, 1970, p. 4 with family history and genealogy records from tucson, arizona 1940-1977. . What do you call a road that runs diagonally between an east-west street and a north-south avenue? Some Arizona communities already prohibited texting while driving, but the new state law calls fora fine of up to $149 for a first-time offense. Brian Wilson, Al Jardine and Mike Love do their stuff on stage at the University of Arizona's McKale Center April 24, 1978. There is no apparent record of the Superior Automatic and Self Service Car Wash. Oracle Road, looking south from Suffolk Drive, in March, 1975. The new Palo Verde High School is at bottom right. Front page of the Tucson Daily Citizen, Tucson, Arizona. Craycroft Road is at right. Recent research by historian and preservationist Demion Clinco points to a more likely candidate: another prominent Tucsonan who played a large role in the citys post-war development. Become a member to access this feature. Another aspect was to demonstrate to children "how the wage-earning parent functions outside the home. The TTT Truck Terminal at Craycroft Road and Benson Highway in Tucson in June, 1966. In part, SB 1127 says that anyone driving up to 75 mph in a 65 mph zone can be cited to a maximum fine of $15. Photos Arizona Daily Star or Tucson Citizen, where applicable. Take a peek inside and learn the history behind some of these spots in and around Tucson. The El Conquistador Hotel, lower right, in 1954. A snapshot of the downtown Tucson in its original form in 1966, probably weeks away from the demolition of the first of hundreds of homes and businesses to make way for the Tucson Convention Center and city-county building complex. Keep reading with a digital access subscription. It was named State Route 84A, and connected Benson Highway (US 80) with the Casa Grande Highway (US 84). A May 11 flight was canceled. An estate in Williams Edition circa 1940 owned by Sam Shifman (who started the Shifman Matress company of Newark, NJ.). Aaronson Brothers Apparel Store at Congress and 6th Ave. Now the Chicago Store. Temple of Music and Art, home of the Arizona Theatre Company, 330 S Scott Ave., in Tucson, Ariz. on January 23, 2020. Rod Stewart credited Beck with bringing him and Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood to the U.S. and that they never looked back after that. The completed Arizona Land Title Building (tall building at left) and completed two-story J.C. Penney Department Store on Stone Ave. in Tucson, ca. The apparent source for that historical nugget is a reader comment posted beneath an Arizona Daily Star story from 2008, which is pretty thin gravy, even for an online encyclopedia. and S. Plumer Ave., in Tucson, Ariz. on January 23, 2020. See what you can remember about the early 1970s. Tony Blanton rides a horse with his first child, Beverly, at his fathers ranch house on Hedrick Drive, near Campbell Avenue and Fort Lowell Road in 1936. The stage is set for The Who at Sun Devil Stadium Oct. 31, 1982. In 1941, the city bowed out to make way for U.S. Army pilot training in 1941 and Davis-Monthan Air Force Base was born. Hotel Congress is at left. He had this home built in 1936. It was annexed by Oro Valley more than 30 years later. The La Reforma Housing Project is prominent at the bottom of the picture. Photos Arizona Daily Star or Tucson Citizen, where applicable. A bustling Stone Avenue and downtown Tucson in December, 1946. The city planning and zoning commission added the made-up word to Tucsons official street naming and numbering system in November 1948. The fire station had been on the site from as early as 1909 and was next door to the Tucson Stables, which had a livery and sold feed for horses. He is a graduate of ASU (yes, that ASU). at the Pantano Wash in Tucson, 1981. The Valley National Bank building (now Chase Bank), the Pioneer Hotel building, the Fox Theater (lower left) and not much else. The Westerner Hotel, which opened in 1949, on the southeast corner of Stone Ave and Broadway Road in 1965. Downtown Tucson (at left) from "A" Mountain in January, 1953. From 1995-2004, he was director of photography at the East Valley Tribune in Mesa. Downtown Tucson looking south down Stone Avenue in 1956. From 1995-2004, he was director of photography at the East Valley Tribune in Mesa. Get the latest high school sports updates in your inbox: Remember those who have passed on. City authorities had decided to replace the bridge starting in the fall. a Tucson Citizen arts reporter, painted the elegant "Laughter in New Mexico" in 1952; it's an oil in delicate shades of pink, divided geometrically into arches and squares and triangles. The Tucson Citizen 's name changed again in 1928 to the Tucson Daily Citizen and that title remained until 1977, when it returned to the Tucson Citizen for the remainder of its publication. It was the first police helicopter patrol operation in Arizona. By 1961, it was reconstructed as Interstate 10. The purpose of the flight, said Raciti, was prove the stability of the delta wing for high speed flight. From 1988-94 he was a photographer at the Tucson Citizen. Snow covers the Santa Catalina Mountains north of Tucson, probably in February, 1966. Ron Wood, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards with the Rolling Stones perform at the Tucson Community Center July 21, 1978. No, the concert wasn't in Tucson, but we included them anyway. In May 1949, the Tucson Daily Citizen ran a piece explaining the new street type, which it described as gobbledygood (sic) for diagonal.. Another aspect was to demonstrate to children "how the wage-earning parent functions outside the home. Ayer, 1901. The La Reforma Housing Project is prominent at the bottom of the picture. Walgreen Drugs, 33 E. Congress St. Tucson, in May, 1956. From 1995-2004, he was director of photography at the East Valley Tribune in Mesa. Postal Service even has an official abbreviation for the stravenue (that would be STRA), though mail carriers outside of Southern Arizona dont need to concern themselves with it. The Tucson Veterans Administration Hospital (now the Southern Arizona VA Health Care System) looking southwest from about Benson Highway and Park Ave. in 1954. TUCSON, Ariz. - The Tucson Border Patrol Station is taking applications for their "Citizen's Academy" planned for later this year. Calendar item that ran in the Arizona Daily Star June 29, 1973. Downtown Tucson buildings on Pennington Street looking west from Scott Ave towards Stone Ave, ca. The Rolling Hills subdivision and golf course (left center) and Regina Cleri Seminary (building cluster in center) near 22nd Street and Pantano, Tucson, in 1970. Prior to 1915, it was a brewery. Paralleling the highway are the El Paso and Southwestern RR tracks. The building at left fronting Council Street was built by City Laundry in 1928 and ultimately became the main plant. Interstate 10 (refered to as the "Tucson freeway" in newspapers at the time) under construction at Speedway Blvd. A new plan to develop charging stations along Interstate 10 could help motorists with alternative-fuel vehicles fill up along Interstate 10 be. Arizona Highways magazine featured Del Webbs Tucson development, Pueblo Gardens, in the November 1948 edition. The street running left to right in the center of the photo is Westover Ave. Rick Wiley is the photo editor of the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson. He is a graduate of ASU (yes, that ASU). Grant Road is in the foreground. You have permission to edit this collection. High near 55F. Tucson's Rio Nuevo to ask state for more freedom to spend on projects, Photos: Old Main's renovation begins a now and then gallery, Court: Ex-AG Tom Horne can fight $1.2M campaign finance violation fine, Hue knew? Looking west from Mission Road south of Drexel Road west of Tucson in March, 1953. It as a chillly 18-degrees at altitude. Keep reading with a digital access subscription. Note the price of the concert tickets. The Ivancovich building was demolished in 1957 to make way for a block-long Woolworth's store. The Pantano Wash runs through the top half of the photo. The fairways are taking shape. His cowboy father was originally from Southern Arizona, and the family moved back here in 1911 first to Willcox and then to Tucson in 1914. Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi called Beck distinctively brilliant. Kiss singer and guitarist Paul Stanley says Beck blazed a trail impossible to follow. Kinks guitarist Dave Davies and Whitesnake singer David Coverdale both said they are heartbroken over Beck's death. This a photograph of the Chicago Store on Congress and Sixth Avenue looking west. The Regional Transportation Authority and city and county bond initiatives are changing that reputation, slowly but surely. Joe Elliott led Def Leppard through an energetic show. It's now the site of El Con Mall. That dark swath at the top of the photo is the western end of the Southern Pacific RR yard (dark due to years of coal and oil residue). Read Tucson Daily Citizen Newspaper Archives, Sep 4, 1973, p. 1 with family history and genealogy records from tucson, arizona 1940-1977. . The newly aligned South Main Ave swerved its way along a barren stretch of landscape on May 9, 1969. 1. Carlos Santana jams during a performance at the Pima County Fairgrounds Sept. 1, 1991. 40+ aerial photos of Tucson from decades ago, Arizona Pioneer Historical Society library, 100 Tucson experiences for you to try this summer, Lulu Walker was Arizona teacher, principal, Jesuits affiliated with Tumaccori Mission discovered, worked in many mines. Copy editor. The El Conquistador Hotel, lower right, in 1954. Designer and pilot Tony Raciti looks out the window of the cockpit in his high speed glider, the Cherokee Queen, at Freeway Airport in Tucson in March, 1961. Note the roundhouse (now gone). 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At right, behind the steel, the Southern Arizona Bank Building. Araiza in late 2013. Dwight Yoakam performed at the Tucson Convention Center Sept. 20, 1989. The caption on the photo reads, "Today, the University (of Arizona) has more buildings than vacant land." Sixth Avenue runs through the center of the photo, with the sprawling Southern Pacific Railroad yard angling in from the right. This subdivision in the Tucson area's Avra Valley features streets named for historic firearms manufacturers, like Gatling. Somewhere along the way, Blanton changed his legal signature to Tony A. Blanton short (and somewhat redundant) for Tony Anthony Blanton. Over 9 Billion names indexed. The accuracy of the index varies according to the quality of the original images. Stone Ave in Tucson, including Arizona Land and Title, Pima Savings, Jacome's and Steinfelds, looking south from Alameda Street from the northeast corner in 1962. His buildings often featured exposed . Genealogy and family history records include: obituaries, births, & marriages. Information for many of the photos was handwritten on the back of the prints or taken from stories in both newspapers. This is the corner of Stone Avenue and Pennington Street looking southeast. 1960s. Tucson Country Club in 1957, 11 years after a group of 50 people purchased a ranch for Tucson's second golf country club. Tucson's Early Moderns, 1945-1965, is an engrossing exploration of the work of the first Old Pueblo artists to deviate from the tourist aesthetic. Clubhouse is far left. North of the Tucson city limits in 1946. The controversial "hump" down the middle of the road separated opposing lanes of traffic. Downtown Tucson looking east from Main Ave in the early 1950s, before any urban redevelopment projects had taken hold. The street running left to right in the center of the photo is Westover Ave. Rick Wiley is the photo editor of the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson. Like our page to stay informed about passing of a loved one in Tucson, Arizona on facebook. Citizen Photo S.H. The photo was taken with infrared film and a dark red filter on the lens to pierce the cloud cover. The new Grant Road underpass at the Southern Pacific RR in December, 1962, as seen looking west on Grant Road east of the tracks and Interstate 10. Steinfeld's Department Store (replaced by the Bank of America tower) was probably stocked for Christmas. The new Interstate 19 was given a friendlier name: "Camino de los Padres.". Dwight Yoakam performed at the Tucson Convention Center June 16, 1993. Tucson Citizen archives Search the online archives of the Tucson Citizen for free. The Roskruge Hotel at 109 S. Scott, Tucson, in 1965. Traffic tie-ups like this one in June, 1962, happened several times a day on 22nd Street at the Southern Pacific Railroad tracks in Tucson. Search the online archives of the Tucson Citizen for free. It's anybody's guess where this is. Speedway Blvd. Topics. Ed Stiles / Tucson Citizen S.H. Under construction: The Arizona Land Title building (foreground; now Pima County Transporation) and the down J.C. Penney Department Store (now Jcome Plaza in front of the main library). The Tucson Unified School District spent years buying property, including dozens of homes, surrounding the main building. The plans for the building are to have commercial businesses on the ground level with office space in the upper floors. Looking south on Stone Ave from Alameda St. The Judds performed at the Tucson Convention Center March 7, 1991. It's now Drachman Elementary School and Santa Rosa Park. A snapshot of the downtown Tucson in its original form in 1966, probably weeks away from the demolition of the first of hundreds of homes and businesses to make way for the Tucson Convention Center and city-county building complex. Winds light and variable. The newspapers can be browsed or searched using a computer-generated index. The Arizona Department of Transportation launched the newest contact-less service days before the expiration of the drivers license deferral period. Araiza in late 2013. 99 Names of Allah; Quran; Links; Glossary; FAQ . It was a tuberculosis treatment center and retreat for people seeking the benefits of dry desert air and sunshine. A MaritimeQuest Daily Event Special Presentation . Major construction projects are inching closer to offering Tucsonans smoother and quicker rides around town. Read Tucson Daily Citizen Newspaper Archives, Jun 16, 1967, p. 10 with family history and genealogy records from tucson, arizona 1940-1977. An impressive pool and shuffleball courts. Note the tight cluster of businesses, hotels, theatres along Congress Street, where the county building complex now stands. . The Temple of Music and Art, 330 S. Scott Ave., Tucson, in September, 1965. What's still there? Note the Ryan-Evans Drugs on the corner, at right, originally owned by the Martin family. The drive ended at the Nelson Livestock Aucions yard, 455 N. Highway Drive. Read Tucson Daily Citizen Newspaper Archives, Sep 30, 1961, p. 8 with family history and genealogy records from tucson, arizona 1940-1977. . Perkins Motor Co. , pictured in 1955, at the northwest corner of Stone and Alameda occupied the site for 15 years until it was demolished to make way for the Arizona Land Title Building, which was converted to Pima County Public Works Center in early 2000s. Tucson Citizen review of Jeff Beck concert. "It's kind of a funny game like that," Guentzel said. Sixth Avenue runs through the center of the photo, with the sprawling Southern Pacific Railroad yard angling in from the right. Tucson Police Officer William Shoemaker leans out of the department's "Sky Patrol" helicopter in July, 1972. Ph: 520-573-4155 rwiley@tucson.com Rick Wiley is the photo editor of the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson. The empty lot and mobile home sales in the lower right corner is now the site of Home Depot and dozens of other businesses. It was the first police helicopter patrol operation in Arizona. The Rolling Hills subdivision and golf course (left center) and Regina Cleri Seminary (building cluster in center) near 22nd Street and Pantano, Tucson, in 1970. Looking West towards downtown Tucson along Broadway Road just East of Euclid in 1982. "Man in the Box of Blocks" was produced at the "modern color studio" in KUAT-TV on the University of Arizona campus. Get the latest obituaries delivered. By Summer 1962, completed freeway sections allowed travelers to go from Prince Road to 6th Ave. Get up-to-the-minute news sent straight to your device. Available on microfilm from State of Arizona Library & Archives, Phoenix, Ariz, and the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service. Spanish Trail winds through the center of this aerial photo of Tucson's eastside in 1970. Related to this collection Updated: Archive aerial photos of Tucson, Pima County Aerial. That dark swath at the top of the photo is the western end of the Southern Pacific RR yard (dark due to years of coal and oil residue). This is a July 2, 1982 photo of flooding along a Tucson street. Northeast corner of 6th Ave. and Congress Street in Tucson in 1965, including Dee's Shoes, Nationwide Finance, Johnny Gibson's Gym Equipment and the Manhattan bar. Looking north into downtown Tucson, from about 20th Street and what is now Interstate 10, in 1946. You have permission to edit this article. Main Avenue runs through the center of the photo. It was built in 1904 and demolished in 1984. The Palo Verde Overpass south of Tucson (Southern Pacific RR tracks), looking East on 36th Street, in 1956. Old photos from the Tucson Citizen photo archives are matched with photos taken by Daily Star photographer A.E. Get up-to-the-minute news sent straight to your device. This is the intersection of Broadway and Sixth Avenue looking northwest. Snow clogs the Catalina Highway to Mt. From 1988-94 he was a photographer at the Tucson Citizen. It featured a former CBS television executive, Marvin Duckler (who died at age 90 in Tucson on Jan. 24, 2018). The Who: John Entwistle, Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, Tim Gorman (a touring member) and Kenney Jones perform at Sun Devil Stadium Oct. 31, 1982. Undated photo looking west on Broadway Road from the Santa Rita Hotel in Tucson. It was formerly Selby Motors Mercury. It was intended to replace the old Nogales Highway, then known as "Camino de la Muerte" or "Highway of Death," due to the number of fatal accidents (12 in 1967 alone). He never dreamed at the time that he might be related to the man who invented them the man for whom Blanton Drive near Fort Lowell Road and Tucson Boulevard is now named. Hi Corbett Field, 700 S. Randolph Way., in Tucson, Ariz. on January 28, 2020. It's now the Ronstadt Transit Center. Wednesday in Faith Church 3925 e. 5th St. Presbyterians ask old photos the Rev. It felt like it was kind of in the blood.. Arizona Highways magazine featured Del Webbs Tucson development, Pueblo Gardens, in the November, 1948 edition. World War II As It Happened. We have left turns from Michigan and potholes from the pits of hell, but one local traffic oddity is an Old Pueblo original. Tucson High School on 1st Ave. and 6th St, in 1946, with the gymnasium to the south, long before expansion projects led to the sprawling campus that it is today. Partly to mostly cloudy. It was demolished for construction of the Williams Center. As aerial as you can get in 1880: Looking west at the Plaza de Armas, Congregational Church and portions of the Presidio wall in central Tucson. One of Tucsons longest infrastructure projects for bicyclists and pedestrians is closer to construction but not without some added changes tr. Black and white aerial photos from the archives of the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen show the Old Pueblo in years past. He taught me surveying, Rockliffe said of his dad, the likely son of the stravenue. Low 33F. Tags Tucson Aerial Archive History Retro As featured on 40+ aerial photos of Tucson from decades ago Speedway Boulevard, Tucson, looking east from near County Club Road in December, 1957. We have a Tucson history email newsletter! She was married four times, including to Michael Jackson and Nicolas Cage. From. The building was converted for office use. James "J.T." Citizen photo Bank counsel resigns Post Lawrence v. Robertson sr., a member of the Board of direct Toi s for the Bank of Tucson arid its general counsel Lias . The iconic water tower is still there. Most of the motorists in this picture had to wait 10 minutes for the two-train switching operation. ARCHIVE PHOTO --- Downtown Tucson buildings taken June 1965. It was formerly Corbett's Lumber. ARCHIVE PHOTO --- Downtown Tucson buildings taken June 1965. Tucson Citizen - The Voice of Tucson The Citizen ended its print edition in 2009, then became an online compendium for blogs until February 2014. in the early 1960s. The 10,000-foot store was the second Walgreens in Tucson. #ThisIsTucson (@this_is_tucson) Instagram photos and videos. Thayer Manca Residential plans a $4.9 million renovation to the 424-unit Entrada Apartments. From 1995-2004, he was director of photography at the East Valley Tribune in Mesa. The face of downtown Tucson has changed over the decades. Kress & Co. building Updated May 31, 2019 In March 1975 it was announced that the vacant S.H. Large billboards used to line the area along Interstate 10 (South Freeway) between West 22nd and West Congress Streets on May 5, 1966. Guitarist Jeff Beck, who influenced generations of musicians, died Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2023, at the age of 78. For a time, it shared space with the new mall. This is the parking lot at 35 E. Pennington, the site of the "new Woolworth Building" in May, 1956. Rick Wiley is the photo editor of the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson. It was formerly the site of Perkins Motors. 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Ann Kirkpatrick won't seek re-election to Congress, 6 famous singers who came to Tucson in the 1970s and '80s, Photos: Princess Margaret's Tucson visit in 1965, Tucson Landmarks: Videos exploring the Old Pueblo's most notable places, Interactive map: Find and compare today's gas prices in Tucson. From 1988-94 he was a photographer at the Tucson Citizen. Formerly Montgomery Ward Store. The "Piano Man" Billy Joel performs at the Tucson Community Center on November 14, 1978. It was the end of the steam engine age, which accounts for the coal and oil residue along the tracks. Designer and pilot Tony Raciti looks out the window of the cockpit in his high speed glider, the Cherokee Queen, at Freeway Airport in Tucson in March, 1961. Notes: "Democratic." Cf. Developer Lew McGinnis bought all but two of the homes by 1980. Get up-to-the-minute news sent straight to your device. Tucson Daily Citizen Newspaper Archives (1940-1977) Browse by Year 1940-1977 (38 years available). The Pima County Public Works Center on the northwest corner of Stone Avenue and Alameda Street. A pedestrian in his forties has been killed in a road traffic collision outside Xscape in CMK. Lisa Marie Presley, the only child of Elvis Presley and a singer-songwriter dedicated to her fathers legacy, died Thursday after being hospitalized for a medical emergency. The purpose of these missions was to aid in the colonization and exploration of land to the financial benefit of the Spanish Empire. Tucson Jazz Institute's award-winning Ellington Big Band will open for jazz piano phenom Matthew Whitaker at the 2023 HSL Properties Tucson Jazz Festival. Subsidence at the mine in San Manuel, ca. Traffic along West Congress Street near the Santa Cruz River moves along on July 24, 1970. This is a photo of One East Broadway in downtown Tucson on Broadway Boulevard and Stone Avenue looking east toward the Walsh Federal Courthouse. Get up-to-the-minute news sent straight to your device. It was the end of the steam engine age, which accounts for the coal and oil residue along the tracks. The Tucson Unified School District spent years buying property, including dozens of homes, surrounding the main building. In 1941, the city bowed out to make way for U.S. Army pilot training in 1941 and Davis-Monthan Air Force Base was born. Partly cloudy skies. Here and nowhere else in America, apparently thats known as a stravenue. Downtown Tucson looking east from Main Ave in the early 1950s, before any urban redevelopment projects had taken hold. A house on the Sosa-Carrillo-Frmont property dates to the 1860s when a home was built by Jos Mara Sosa III and his wife, Solana Mendoza Sos, Architect Josias Joesler established a style that became emblematic of Tucson in the early 20th century. ARCHIVE PHOTO --- Downtown Tucson buildings taken June 1965. Find out how much gas costs at stations near you. 1957. Subsidence at the mine in San Manuel, ca. Speedway Blvd. OPINION: Recalling happy times as a boy in Tucson, writer James Cohen remembers the Fox Theatre serials, a vacant dirt lot for a ball field and Sam Hughes neighborhood before parts were razed for McKale Center. Institute of Research and Diagnostic Clinic for the Desert Sanatorium, now known as Tucson Medical Center, in 1929. It appears it never took flight. It was part of the first section of interstate highway in Tucson, from Congress to Speedway. The large buildings along the railroad tracks were demolished to make way for the Aviation Parkway. The Tucson Fire Department's Station No. "Probably 80 percent of what we're looking for in Tucson is from artisanal communities, so as you're looking at these gems, rocks,</p> Tucson and downtown area looking north from 22nd Street and 6th Avenue (far right) in the mid 1960s. ), 35 fun events happening in Tucson this weekend Jan. 12-16 . The city bought land south of Valencia for what became Tucson International Airport. From 1988-94 he was a photographer at the Tucson Citizen. Palo Verde High School in Tucson got grass and trees and the courtyard for the 1968 school year. Unless the developer had some pet names in mind, he left it up to the engineering firm to come up with the street names, he said. Mike D. of the Beastie Boys thrilled the audience of 2,430 at Sunday's Concert. Website with searchable ship database about warships, passenger liners, merchant ships, photo galleries, technical details, stories, news and much more. Kenneth E. Carter performs with the Guess Who at the Tucson Community Center Aug. 10, 1986. Paralleling the highway are the El Paso and Southwestern RR tracks. Citizen photo by Gary Gay nor 200 Southwest federation Temple rabbis will Convene Here Emanuel will be Host week to Temple youths of jew Mexico West Texas and 7 Arizona in their annual thanks giving . The Carl Hayden Community Hospital (formerly Southern Pacific RR hospital) and beautiful park (now the U.S. District Court). Photo is looking east from Wilmot Road (left to right) and Broadway Road. Gannett Co. Inc., owner of the Citizen, is providing this archive as a community resource for Tucsonans who want to research the history and traditions of their city. Citizen photo outstanding servicemen airman . It cost $1.5 million. An overpass solved the problem in 1965. ", Puppeteers at work during "Man in the Box of Blocks," a Tucson-produced educational children's show in May, 1970. It's a mile east of the original, built in 1954. Tucson homes popping up in 1965. Guentzel scored two goals, Casey DeSmith stopped 23 shots and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Arizona Coyotes 4-1 Sunday night to end a six-game losing streak. Construction on the Interstate 10 overpass at Congress Street (looking East) underway in 1958. The genre-bridging orchestra with vocalist China Forbes joins the Tucson Symphony Orchestra for one of the '23 Jazz Festival's biggest parties. Coronado Apartments, formerly The Coronado Hotel, 402 E. 9th St., in Tucson, Ariz. on January 23, 2020. 3 billion articles and photos. It was once the site of the Roskruge Hotel. Reports of the Tucson Citizen's demise greatly exaggerated Tue, May 19, 2009 Tucson police officer arrested for D.U.I. The photo is looking toward the southeast. Looking south on Kolb Road from 22nd Street, Tucson, in 1970. Tile With Style, 4545 E. Speedway Blvd., in Tucson, Ariz. on January 23, 2020. Note the roundhouse (now gone). It featured a former CBS television executive, Marvin Duckler (who died at age 90 in Tucson on Jan. 24, 2018). It's still true today. 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