Early images of historic buildings and facilities

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Excavation at Pueblo Grande Museum, 1938
Excavation of Hohokam ruins at Pueblo Grande Museum, 1938; Camelback Mountain in background

Hohokam Excavation at Pueblo Grande in 1938
Excavation of Hohokam 
compound at Pueblo 
Grande in 1938

Adobe Pueblo Grande Museum Building 1939
Original adobe Pueblo Grande Museum building in 1939

Pueblo Grande Museum & Mound
Pueblo Grande Museum on left, platform mound on right, Camelback Mountain in background, 1937

Rancho Ko-Mat-Ke resort 
in the 1940's, today houses 
the Parks Department 
South  Division Offices 

Interior view of Rancho Ko-Mat-Ke
Interior view of Rancho Ko-Mat-Ke
from the 1940's

Memorial Hall of Government Indian School
Memorial Hall at the government  
Indian School, around 1949

Students at Indian School, Memorial Hall
Indian School students dressed up  possibly for commencement pose in front of Memorial Hall, early 1950's 

Historic Smurthwaite House

The historic Smurthwaite House probably sometime before 1989 at its original site at 602 North Seventh Street. It's current location is 1317 West Jefferson Street

Interior of Smurthwaite House
Interior shot of Smurthwaite House before renovation in the early 1990's

Pioneer Cemetery mausoleum
Wooldridge Vault mausoleum at Pioneer & Military Memorial Park once held the remains of a historic 
pioneer family.

Jacob Waltz Memorial
At Pioneer & Military Memorial Park 
is a replica mining camp structure 
dedicated to the miners of old Arizona, including the Lost Dutchman, 
Jacob Waltz

Pioneer Cemetery Plot Records
Early plot records. Seven cemeteries make up Pioneer & Military Memorial Park near the state capitol.

Headstone with image from 1905

Pioneer & Military Memorial Park
Cemetery headstone from 
1905 includes a turn of the 
century image of a young couple

Bell Ringers from the 1970's at the Lath House
Bell ringers performing in the Lath 
House during the 1970's



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