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Tucson, Arizona, USA

Meyer Street

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Santa Rita Hotel, Tucson, Arizona

Farewell to Santa Rita Hotel
"Final demolition of the Santa Rita Hotel downtown started this week.

Humberto Lopez, who owned the hotel since 1979, sold it this summer...

The 100-room Santa Rita Hotel was built in 1904 on land donated by the city. Fifty rooms were added in 1917.

In 1903, the year before the Santa Rita even officially opened, the Arizona Daily Star called it 'the most beautiful hotel in the Arizona Territory.' The hotel was demolished and rebuilt in 1972..."

Arizona Daily Star
Tucson, Arizona
August 26, 2009

Tucson, Arizona, USA

Masonic Temple

Tucson, Arizona, USA

First Baptist Church, East Fourth St.

Tucson, Arizona, USA

Military Plaza

Tucson, Arizona, USA

Agricultural Building, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Tucson, Arizona, USA

Catholic Cathedral

Tucson, Arizona, USA

Marist College

Tucson, Arizona, USA

Methodist Church

Tucson, Arizona, USA

St. Mary's Hospital

Tucson, Arizona, USA

U.S. Veteran's Hospital, Tucson, Arizona

Tucson, Arizona, USA

One of the Many Dude Ranches near Tucson, Arizona. La Osa Ranch

Tucson, Arizona, USA

Southern Pacific Depot

Tucson, Arizona, USA

Congress Street

Tucson, Arizona, USA

San Augustin Cathedral

Tucson, Arizona, USA

El Conquistador Hotel

Tucson, Arizona, USA

San Xavier Mission near Tucson, Arizona