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Tucson AZ  "The Tucson Desert Inn"  Motel  Postcard Arizona

Tucson AZ "The Tucson Desert Inn" Motel Postcard Arizona

#tucsongemshow The oldest continuously inhabited city in the United States - from 1539 Indian settlement to new greater Tucson, which is now celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the Tucson Gem & Mineral Show.

#tucsongemshow The oldest continuously inhabited city in the United States - from 1539 Indian settlement to new greater Tucson, which is now celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the Tucson Gem & Mineral Show.

The Hilton El Conquistador in Tucson, Arizona www.arizonasunshinetours.com for the perfect destination resort!

The Hilton El Conquistador in Tucson, Arizona www.arizonasunshinetours.com for the perfect destination resort!

Arizona Inn picture 1920-30's,Tucson histoic photo

Arizona Inn picture 1920-30's,Tucson histoic photo

Bird’s-eye view of Tucson from the courthouse, looking west, after 1900. “A” Mountain is in the far left of the background.    Image courtesy of the Arizona Historical Society/Tucson AHSB93483.

Bird’s-eye view of Tucson from the courthouse, looking west, after 1900. “A” Mountain is in the far left of the background. Image courtesy of the Arizona Historical Society/Tucson AHSB93483.

"Old Tucson; a hop, skip and jump history from 1539 Indian settlement to new and greater Tucson"

"Old Tucson; a hop, skip and jump history from 1539 Indian settlement to new and greater Tucson"

In the early days, the library was on the 2nd floor of City Hall. Photo credit: Arizona Daily Star

In the early days, the library was on the 2nd floor of City Hall. Photo credit: Arizona Daily Star

arizona historical photographs | History of the Federal Judiciary

arizona historical photographs | History of the Federal Judiciary

Downtown Tucson buildings in 1960. Holloways Southwest Auto Service

Downtown Tucson buildings in 1960. Holloways Southwest Auto Service

Postcard: "'Stone Avenue, Tucson's principal north-south artery.' Circa late 1950s."

Postcard: "'Stone Avenue, Tucson's principal north-south artery.' Circa late 1950s."

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