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Sam Hughes

Author: 
N. Coile
Article Date: 
June 1989
Article Abstract: 
The Sam Hughes Neighborhood, just east of the UofA campus, was the presitge residential area through the 1920s, 30s and 40s. Today it is a wonderfully diverse, largely liberal, architecturally rich and very expensive are which still retains the feel of a real "neighborhood"
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Illus. Ports
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Colonia Solana

Author: 
S. Day
Article Date: 
January 1988
Article Abstract: 
The history of the Colonia Solana Neighborhood begins in 1907 when Thomas Brown moved to Tucson, leased 160 acres near the sanitorium where his wife was recouperating, and built a house. The sanitorium became the El Conquistador Hotel and his acreage became Tucson's first suburban subdivision
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Illus.
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Binghampton: you've probably driven through it a zillion times and you didn't even know you were there

Author: 
S. Day
Article Date: 
June 1988
Article Abstract: 
One of Tucson's oldest neighborhoods - the are around Ft. Lowell & Dodge - used to be a Mormon town seven miles from the city, embracing both sides of the Rillito River. Life in the neighborhood, past & present, is discussed
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Illus.
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