Lescher & Mahoney
Lescher & Mahoney, a Phoenix, Arizona architecture firm, designed many significant buildings in Arizona, including several architectural significant theater buildings. The firm designed the Orpheum Theatre built in Mission/Spanish Revival architecture in 1927 in Phoenix, the Palms Theater in Phoenix (with William Pereira as consultant), and the Paris Theater in Phoenix. A good number of its works are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The related firm Lescher & Kibbey has at least six works listed on the National Register.
- Brophy College Chapel, 4701 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ Lescher & Kibbey
- Curley School, 201 Esperanza School Ajo, AZ Lescher & Kibbey
- Florence Union High School, S. Main St. Florence, AZ Lescher & Kibbey
- Gilbert Elementary School, Elliot and Gilbert Rds. Gilbert, AZ Lescher & Kibbey
- Graham County Courthouse, 800 Main St. Safford, AZ Lescher & Kibbey
- Mohave County Courthouse and Jail, 310 N. 4th St. Kingman, AZ Lescher & Kibbey
- Old Phoenix City Hall, 1928, with Edward Neild.
- El Zaribah Shrine Auditorium, Phoenix, Arizona, 1921 (with architect Clinton Campbell). Exotic Revival / Moorish Revival style.
- Mahoney Administration Building, Phoenix, 1912.
- B. B. Moeur Activity Building, Arizona State University, Tempe, 1939.
- Old Courthouse and Jail, Buckeye, Arizona, 1912.
- Peoria High School "Old Main" Building, Peoria, Arizona
- U.S. Post Office (Phoenix, Arizona)
National Register-listed buildings
Lescher & Mahoney designed numerous buildings which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, most of which survive. These are as follows, all designed by Lescher & Mahoney (unless otherwise indicated in parentheses):
- Arizona Citrus Growers Association Warehouse, 601 E. Jackson, Phoenix
- B. B. Moeur Activity Building, ASU Campus (Bldg. 37), Tempe
- Brophy College Chapel, 4701 N. Central Ave., Phoenix
- Cartwright School, 5833 W. Thomas Rd., Phoenix
- One or more buildings in Country Club Park Historic Subdivision, Thomas Rd. to Virginia Ave. and 7th St. to Dayton St., Phoenix
- Curley School, 201 Esperanza School, Ajo
- El Zaribah Shrine Auditorium, 1502 W. Washington St., Phoenix
- Florence Union High School, S. Main St., Florence, AZ (designed by Lescher & Kibbey)
- Gilbert Elementary School, Elliot and Gilbert Rds., Gilbert, AZ (designed by Lescher & Kibbey)
- Glendale High School Auditorium, 6216 W. Myrtle Ave., Glendale, AZ
- One or more buildings in Globe Downtown Historic District, Broad St. between Cedar and Tebbs, Globe, AZ
- Graham County Courthouse, 800 Main St., Safford, AZ (designed by Lescher & Kibbey )
- Hanny's, 44 N. 1st St., Phoenix
- Irving School, 155 N. Center St., Mesa
- Kingman Commercial Historic District, 300 and 400 blks. of Andy Devine Ave., Kingman AZ (Lescher,Royal W.)
- Denison Kitchell House, 2912 E. Sherran Ln., Phoenix, AZ
- Knights of Pythias Building (Phoenix, Arizona), 829 N. 1st Ave., Phoenix, AZ
- Maricopa County Courthouse, 125 W. Washington St., Phoenix, AZ
- Mohave County Courthouse and Jail, 310 N. 4th St., Kingman, AZ
- Mohawk Valley School, 5151 South Ave. 39 East Roll AZ
- Orpheum Theater, 209 W. Adams Phoenix AZ
- Pay'n Takit No. 5 1012 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix AZ
- John M. Ross House, 6722 N. Central Ave. Phoenix AZ
- Title and Trust Building, 112 N. 1st Ave. Phoenix AZ
- U.S. Post Office (Phoenix, Arizona), 522 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ
- J. T. Whitney Funeral Home, 330 N. 2nd Ave. Phoenix AZ
- John G. Whittier School, 2004 N. 16th St., Phoenix, AZ
- Wickenburg High School and Annex, 250 S. Tegner, Wickenburg, AZ
- Wickenburg High School Gymnasium, 252 S. Tegner, Wickenburg, AZ
- one or more buildings in Windsor Square Historic District, Roughly bounded by 7th St., Camelback Rd., Central St., and Oregon Ave., Phoenix
- Also the Sombrero Ranch, a 5000 sqf house in Wickenburg, was built by Lescher & Mahoney in 1937 near the Wickenburg Hospital
- "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13.