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Bank of Chandler, 1912Dr. A. J. Chandler built the original structure on this site to serve as the main office for his Chandler Improvement Company. The Bank of Chandler shared this building until 1925. Bogle Farms and other offices operated here …
Chandler's First City AttorneyFiled Incorporation PapersDrafted the City Constitution and By-LawaFarmer - Land Developer
He knew no yesterdaysHis living was for tomorrowFounder of the town of ChandlerBuilt the San Marcos HotelArizona's first veterinarianFather of modern irrigation systemPioneer rancher and developer of the southside area of the Salt River Valley
Side A:Historic A.J. Chandler ParkThe centerpiece of Dr. A.J. Chandler's town design in 1912 was a large, rectangular central park. In the early years, this park was covered in Bermuda grass, trees, and included footbridges over the Commonwealth C…
In December 2011, as the Historic Gillespie Dam Bridge approached its 85th year of service, the Maricopa County Department of Transportation began a major bridge rehabilitation and repair effort to save one of Arizona's earliest and most significa…
Phoenix's First Catholic ChurchCity of Phoenix MonumentArizona Historical SiteNational Landmark Mother Church of Phoenix
Established 1891This fountain and building erected 1922 Charles H. BurkeCommissioner of Indian Affairs. "The Indian will become an asset or a liability as we cultivate or fail to cultivate his body, mind and soul with a view to fitting him for an …
PeaceEastlake Park has served the inhabitants of Phoenix since the late 1880's. Originally known as Patton's Park, it was developed by the Phoenix Railway Company to serve as a recreational area for patrons of the city's trolley system. The park e…
Main Marker - Side A:The Historic Gillespie Dam Bridge spans the Gila River on Old US 80 Highway, between the communities of Arlington and Gila Bend. Built in 1927 as a Federal Aid Project, the bridge is a unique and elegant reminder of Arizona's …
This tribute represents the spirit of the Navajo Code Talkers, a group of more than 400 U.S. Marines who bravely served their country during World War II. Their mission: to utilize the Navajo language in the creation of an unbreakable secret co…
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