La Posada Historic District

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La Posada Historic District
La Posada AZ.jpg
Hotel La Posada
La Posada Historic District is located in Arizona
La Posada Historic District
La Posada Historic District is located in the US
La Posada Historic District
Location 200 E. Second St., Winslow, Arizona
Coordinates 35°1′18″N 110°41′41″W / 35.02167°N 110.69472°W / 35.02167; -110.69472Coordinates: 35°1′18″N 110°41′41″W / 35.02167°N 110.69472°W / 35.02167; -110.69472
Area 11 acres (4.5 ha)
Built 1930
Architect Colter,Mary E.J.; Harvey,Fred,Co.
Architectural style Mission Revival/Spanish Colonial Revival
NRHP Reference # 92000256[1]
Added to NRHP March 31, 1992

The La Posada Historic District at 200 E. Second St. in Winslow, Arizona, dates from 1930. It was listed as an 11-acre (4.5 ha) historic district in 1992.

It includes the Winslow Santa Fe station as well as La Posada Hotel and Gardens, a Fred Harvey Company hotel designed by Mary Jane Colter in 1929 and restored in 1997 by artist Tina Mion and her husband Allan Affeldt.[2] The hotel also includes a museum for Mion's art, opened in 2011.[3]

The buildings in the historic district are of the Mission Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival architecture styles, and are listed for architectural criteria. The listing includes three contributing buildings, one contributing site and one other contributing structure.[1]

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  1. ^ a b National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ Dungan, Ron (December 11, 2008), "La Posada Hotel a piece of AZ history", Arizona Republic .
  3. ^ Kor, Linda (April 8, 2011), "Opening Of Mion Museum To Expand Arts In The Area", Arizona Journal .