National Register of Historic Places listings in Cochise County, Arizona

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Location of Cochise County in Arizona

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Cochise County, Arizona. It is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Cochise County, Arizona, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a map.[1]

There are 86 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 8 that are also National Historic Landmarks.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 21, 2017.[2]

Listings county-wide[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Apache Powder Historic Residential District
Apache Powder Historic Residential District
March 11, 1994
(#94000078)
100 and 200 blocks of W. 6th St.
31°58′01″N 110°17′59″W / 31.966944°N 110.299722°W / 31.966944; -110.299722 (Apache Powder Historic Residential District)
Benson
2 Barfoot Lookout Complex
Barfoot Lookout Complex
January 28, 1988
(#87002463)
Buena Vista Peak
31°54′59″N 109°16′23″W / 31.916389°N 109.273056°W / 31.916389; -109.273056 (Barfoot Lookout Complex)
Portal Constructed by the CCC in 1935, Barfoot Lookout on the Coronado National Forest in Arizona was active for more than 65 years. It was a 14’x 14’ L-4 ground house with a roof-catch cistern once common in the dry Southwestern forests.

This lookout was destroyed in the Horseshoe II fire in June 2011.[5] Only the foundation remains.[6]

3 Bear Spring House, Guardhouse, and Spring
Bear Spring House, Guardhouse, and Spring
March 18, 1983
(#83002985)
South of Bowie off Apache Pass Rd.
32°08′22″N 109°25′34″W / 32.139444°N 109.426111°W / 32.139444; -109.426111 (Bear Spring House, Guardhouse, and Spring)
Bowie
4 Benson Railroad Historic District
Benson Railroad Historic District
March 11, 1994
(#94000079)
200 and 300 blocks of E. 3rd St.
31°58′10″N 110°17′41″W / 31.969444°N 110.294722°W / 31.969444; -110.294722 (Benson Railroad Historic District)
Benson
5 Benson Historic Barrio
Benson Historic Barrio
April 8, 2011
(#11000174)
307-572 E. Fifth St., between San Pedro St. and Route 80
31°57′59″N 110°17′33″W / 31.966389°N 110.2925°W / 31.966389; -110.2925 (Benson Historic Barrio)
Benson
6 Bisbee Historic District
Bisbee Historic District
July 3, 1980
(#80004487)
off U.S. Route 80
31°26′34″N 109°54′50″W / 31.4427°N 109.9138°W / 31.4427; -109.9138 (Bisbee Historic District)
Bisbee
7 Bisbee Residential Historic District
Bisbee Residential Historic District
October 15, 2010
(#10000233)
Roughly bounded by the City of Bisbee city limits north of Lavender Put Mine, excluding existing Bisbee Historic District
31°26′38″N 109°55′26″W / 31.4439°N 109.9238°W / 31.4439; -109.9238 (Bisbee Residential Historic District)
Bisbee
8 Bisbee Woman's Club Clubhouse
Bisbee Woman's Club Clubhouse
January 31, 1985
(#85000145)
74 Quality Hill
31°26′32″N 109°55′12″W / 31.442354°N 109.919876°W / 31.442354; -109.919876 (Bisbee Woman's Club Clubhouse)
Bisbee
9 Benjamin E. Briscoe House
Benjamin E. Briscoe House
May 27, 1987
(#87000737)
358 N. Bowie
32°15′28″N 109°50′21″W / 32.25781°N 109.83917°W / 32.25781; -109.83917 (Benjamin E. Briscoe House)
Willcox
10 Bowie School District No. 14
Bowie School District No. 14
April 28, 2015
(#15000168)
315 W. 5th St.
32°19′33″N 109°29′26″W / 32.3258°N 109.4905°W / 32.3258; -109.4905 (Bowie School District No. 14)
Bowie
11 Camp Naco Historic District
Camp Naco Historic District
October 17, 2012
(#12000853)
Junction of Willson Rd. & Newell St.
31°20′24″N 109°57′10″W / 31.340077°N 109.952857°W / 31.340077; -109.952857 (Camp Naco Historic District)
Naco
12 Chiricahua National Monument Historic Designed Landscape
Chiricahua National Monument Historic Designed Landscape
November 21, 2008
(#08001020)
12856 E. Rhyolite Canyon Rd.
32°00′20″N 109°21′24″W / 32.00569°N 109.35672°W / 32.00569; -109.35672 (Chiricahua National Monument Historic Designed Landscape)
Willcox Encompasses improved portions of the National Monument.
13 Cima Park Fire Guard Station Upload image
June 10, 1993
(#93000514)
In the Chiricahua Wilderness northeast of Douglas in Coronado National Forest
31°51′41″N 109°16′55″W / 31.861389°N 109.281944°W / 31.861389; -109.281944 (Cima Park Fire Guard Station)
Douglas
14 Cochise Hotel
Cochise Hotel
October 22, 1976
(#76000370)
Off U.S. Route 666
32°06′17″N 109°55′20″W / 32.104722°N 109.922222°W / 32.104722; -109.922222 (Cochise Hotel)
Cochise
15 Coronado National Memorial
Coronado National Memorial
October 15, 1966
(#66000168)
30 miles (48 km) southwest of Bisbee
31°20′48″N 110°15′12″W / 31.346667°N 110.253333°W / 31.346667; -110.253333 (Coronado National Memorial)
Bisbee
16 Council Rocks Archaeological District
Council Rocks Archaeological District
January 16, 1987
(#86003666)
Address Restricted
St. David
17 Crowley House
Crowley House
August 6, 1987
(#87000748)
175 S. Railroad Ave.
32°15′02″N 109°49′51″W / 32.25047°N 109.83083°W / 32.25047; -109.83083 (Crowley House)
Willcox
18 Double Adobe Site
Double Adobe Site
October 15, 1966
(#66000169)
Address Restricted
Douglas
19 Douglas Historic District
Douglas Historic District
January 31, 1985
(#85000146)
Roughly bounded by Pan American, H, and F Aves. along 8th, 10th, 11th, 12th, and 13th Sts. and G Ave.
31°20′43″N 109°33′13″W / 31.345278°N 109.553611°W / 31.345278; -109.553611 (Douglas Historic District)
Douglas
20 Douglas Municipal Airport
Douglas Municipal Airport
December 30, 1975
(#75000336)
Eastern end of 10th Ave.
31°20′32″N 109°30′19″W / 31.342222°N 109.505278°W / 31.342222; -109.505278 (Douglas Municipal Airport)
Douglas
21 Douglas Residential Historic District
Douglas Residential Historic District
July 31, 1986
(#86002095)
Roughly bounded by 12th St., Carmelita Ave., 7th St., and East Ave.
31°20′40″N 109°32′49″W / 31.344444°N 109.546944°W / 31.344444; -109.546944 (Douglas Residential Historic District)
Douglas
22 Douglas Sonoran Historic District
Douglas Sonoran Historic District
August 26, 1987
(#87001793)
Roughly bounded by the western side of H Ave. between 6th and 9th Sts.
31°20′47″N 109°32′30″W / 31.346389°N 109.541667°W / 31.346389; -109.541667 (Douglas Sonoran Historic District)
Douglas
23 Douglas Underpass
Douglas Underpass
September 30, 1988
(#88001609)
U.S. Route 80 under Southern Pacific railroad tracks at milepost 366.1
31°21′01″N 109°33′17″W / 31.350278°N 109.554722°W / 31.350278; -109.554722 (Douglas Underpass)
Douglas Built in 1936 as a part of the Works Projects Administration for historic U.S. 80 under the tracks of the Southern Pacific Railroad; demolished in 1999.[7] It became a national historic site on September 30, 1988.[8]
24 Walter Douglas House
Walter Douglas House
September 22, 2000
(#00001125)
201 Cole Ave.
31°25′05″N 109°52′37″W / 31.418056°N 109.876944°W / 31.418056; -109.876944 (Walter Douglas House)
Bisbee Also known as Loma Linda.
25 Dragoon Springs Stage Station Site
Dragoon Springs Stage Station Site
May 7, 1979
(#79000415)
Address Restricted
Dragoon
26 El Paso and Southwestern Railroad Passenger Depot-Douglas
El Paso and Southwestern Railroad Passenger Depot-Douglas
April 16, 1986
(#86000792)
14th St. and H Ave.
31°20′58″N 109°33′21″W / 31.349444°N 109.555833°W / 31.349444; -109.555833 (El Paso and Southwestern Railroad Passenger Depot-Douglas)
Douglas
27 El Paso and Southwestern Railroad YMCA
El Paso and Southwestern Railroad YMCA
March 1, 1984
(#84000647)
1000 Pan American Ave.
31°20′40″N 109°33′24″W / 31.344444°N 109.556667°W / 31.344444; -109.556667 (El Paso and Southwestern Railroad YMCA)
Douglas
28 Evergreen Cemetery
Evergreen Cemetery
October 7, 2005
(#04001071)
Old Douglas Rd.
31°25′54″N 109°53′26″W / 31.431667°N 109.890556°W / 31.431667; -109.890556 (Evergreen Cemetery)
Bisbee
29 Faraway Ranch Historic District
Faraway Ranch Historic District
August 27, 1980
(#80000368)
State Route 181
32°00′38″N 109°22′23″W / 32.010556°N 109.373056°W / 32.010556; -109.373056 (Faraway Ranch Historic District)
Dos Cabezas
30 Fort Bowie National Historic Site
Fort Bowie National Historic Site
July 29, 1972
(#72000194)
12 miles (19 km) south of Bowie
32°09′24″N 109°27′11″W / 32.156708°N 109.452928°W / 32.156708; -109.452928 (Fort Bowie National Historic Site)
Bowie
31 Fort Huachuca
Fort Huachuca
November 20, 1974
(#74000443)
3.6 miles (5.8 km) west of Sierra Vista
31°32′59″N 110°21′50″W / 31.549722°N 110.363889°W / 31.549722; -110.363889 (Fort Huachuca)
Sierra Vista
32 Fry Pioneer Cemetery
Fry Pioneer Cemetery
January 15, 2009
(#08001312)
Between 6th and 7th Sts., ½ block north of Fry Boulevard
31°33′22″N 110°17′30″W / 31.556111°N 110.291692°W / 31.556111; -110.291692 (Fry Pioneer Cemetery)
Sierra Vista
33 Gadsden Hotel
Gadsden Hotel
July 30, 1976
(#76000371)
1046 G. Ave.
31°20′43″N 109°33′15″W / 31.345278°N 109.554167°W / 31.345278; -109.554167 (Gadsden Hotel)
Douglas
34 Garden Canyon Archeological Site Upload image
October 29, 1975
(#75000338)
Address Restricted
Sierra Vista
35 Garden Canyon Petroglyphs
Garden Canyon Petroglyphs
July 30, 1974
(#74000444)
Address Restricted
Sierra Vista
36 Geronimo Surrender Site
Geronimo Surrender Site
March 6, 1998
(#98000170)
Bluff overlooking Skeleton Canyon, 45 miles (72 km) northeast of Douglas
31°35′59″N 109°04′24″W / 31.599722°N 109.073333°W / 31.599722; -109.073333 (Geronimo Surrender Site)
Douglas
37 Grand Theatre
Grand Theatre
July 30, 1976
(#76000372)
1139-1149 G. Ave.
31°20′43″N 109°33′35″W / 31.345278°N 109.559722°W / 31.345278; -109.559722 (Grand Theatre)
Douglas
38 John Gung'l House
John Gung'l House
May 27, 1987
(#87000749)
210 S. Austin Blvd.[9]
32°15′10″N 109°50′13″W / 32.25289°N 109.83683°W / 32.25289; -109.83683 (John Gung'l House)
Willcox
39 Hereford Bridge
Hereford Bridge
September 30, 1988
(#88001659)
Hereford Rd. over the San Pedro River
31°26′18″N 110°06′26″W / 31.438333°N 110.107222°W / 31.438333; -110.107222 (Hereford Bridge)
Hereford
40 Hi Wo Company Grocery
Hi Wo Company Grocery
March 11, 1994
(#94000074)
398 E. 4th St.
31°58′03″N 110°17′35″W / 31.967428°N 110.293186°W / 31.967428; -110.293186 (Hi Wo Company Grocery)
Benson
41 Hooker Town House
Hooker Town House
May 27, 1987
(#87000736)
235 E. Stewart
32°15′10″N 109°49′45″W / 32.252821°N 109.829207°W / 32.252821; -109.829207 (Hooker Town House)
Willcox
42 Johnson-Tillotson House
Johnson-Tillotson House
August 6, 1987
(#87000743)
124 N. Curtis
32°15′13″N 109°50′01″W / 32.25364°N 109.83361°W / 32.25364; -109.83361 (Johnson-Tillotson House)
Willcox
43 Kinjockity Ranch
Kinjockity Ranch
July 19, 1996
(#96000759)
10047 E. State Route 92
31°23′12″N 110°13′17″W / 31.38667°N 110.22139°W / 31.38667; -110.22139 (Kinjockity Ranch)
Hereford
44 Lehner Mammoth-Kill Site
Lehner Mammoth-Kill Site
May 28, 1967
(#67000002)
Address Restricted
31°25′18″N 110°06′53″W / 31.421685°N 110.114830°W / 31.421685; -110.114830 (Lehner Mammoth-Kill Site)
Hereford
45 W.D. Martinez General Merchadise Store
W.D. Martinez General Merchadise Store
March 11, 1994
(#94000073)
180 San Pedro St.
31°58′01″N 110°17′42″W / 31.966986°N 110.294974°W / 31.966986; -110.294974 (W.D. Martinez General Merchadise Store)
Benson
46 Joe Mee House
Joe Mee House
August 6, 1987
(#87000739)
265 W. Stewart
32°15′18″N 109°50′02″W / 32.25503°N 109.83375°W / 32.25503; -109.83375 (Joe Mee House)
Willcox
47 Monte Vista Lookout Cabin Upload image
January 28, 1988
(#87002468)
Monte Vista Peak
31°49′30″N 109°18′53″W / 31.825°N 109.314722°W / 31.825; -109.314722 (Monte Vista Lookout Cabin)
Elfrida
48 Morgan House
Morgan House
August 18, 1987
(#87000746)
242 E. Maley [10]
32°15′04″N 109°49′47″W / 32.251013°N 109.829818°W / 32.251013; -109.829818 (Morgan House)
Willcox
49 Mountain View Officers' Club Upload image
January 24, 2017
(#100000549)
Kilbourn Ave.
31°32′46″N 110°20′12″W / 31.546171°N 110.336716°W / 31.546171; -110.336716 (Mountain View Officers' Club)
Fort Huachuca
50 Muheim House
Muheim House
January 23, 1979
(#79000414)
207 Youngblood Ave.
31°26′47″N 109°54′45″W / 31.446389°N 109.9125°W / 31.446389; -109.9125 (Muheim House)
Bisbee
51 Murray Springs Clovis Site
Murray Springs Clovis Site
October 16, 2012
(#12001019)
T.21 S., R.21 E.; Sec. 26 (portion) East of Moson Rd., San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area
31°34′16″N 110°10′53″W / 31.5712°N 110.1813°W / 31.5712; -110.1813 (Murray Springs Clovis Site)
Sierra Vista vicinity
52 Naco Border Station
Naco Border Station
February 19, 1991
(#91000026)
106 D St.
31°20′05″N 109°56′52″W / 31.334722°N 109.947778°W / 31.334722; -109.947778 (Naco Border Station)
Naco
53 Naco-Mammoth Kill Site
Naco-Mammoth Kill Site
July 21, 1976
(#76002285)
Address Restricted
Naco First Clovis culture mammoth-kill site found
54 John H. Norton and Company Store
John H. Norton and Company Store
March 31, 1983
(#83002987)
180 N. Railroad Ave.
32°15′11″N 109°49′51″W / 32.253056°N 109.83083°W / 32.253056; -109.83083 (John H. Norton and Company Store)
Willcox
55 Oasis Court
Oasis Court
March 11, 1994
(#94000072)
363 W. 4th St.
31°58′09″N 110°18′08″W / 31.969129°N 110.302284°W / 31.969129; -110.302284 (Oasis Court)
Benson
56 Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church
Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church
July 21, 2004
(#04000718)
Fronting 4th St., between Cedar and Spruce Sts.
31°54′15″N 109°49′19″W / 31.904167°N 109.821944°W / 31.904167; -109.821944 (Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church)
Pearce
57 Pearce General Store
Pearce General Store
November 16, 1978
(#78000541)
Ghost Town and Pearce Rd.
31°54′16″N 109°49′16″W / 31.904444°N 109.821111°W / 31.904444; -109.821111 (Pearce General Store)
Pearce
58 Phelps Dodge General Office Building
Phelps Dodge General Office Building
June 3, 1971
(#71000109)
Copper Queen Plaza, intersection of Main St. and Brewery Gulch
31°26′31″N 109°54′41″W / 31.441944°N 109.911389°W / 31.441944; -109.911389 (Phelps Dodge General Office Building)
Bisbee
59 Portal Ranger Station
Portal Ranger Station
June 10, 1993
(#93000517)
Forest Rd. 42A southwest of Portal, Coronado National Forest
31°53′56″N 109°09′41″W / 31.898889°N 109.161389°W / 31.898889; -109.161389 (Portal Ranger Station)
Portal
60 Quiburi Upload image
April 7, 1971
(#71000110)
Address Restricted
Fairbank
61 Railroad Avenue Historic District
Railroad Avenue Historic District
May 27, 1987
(#87000751)
Roughly bounded by Curtis Ave., Stewart St., Southern Pacific railroad tracks, and Grant St.
32°15′08″N 109°49′52″W / 32.252222°N 109.831111°W / 32.252222; -109.831111 (Railroad Avenue Historic District)
Willcox
62 Redfield-Romine House
Redfield-Romine House
March 11, 1994
(#94000076)
146 E. 6th St.
31°57′58″N 110°17′50″W / 31.965997°N 110.29735°W / 31.965997; -110.29735 (Redfield-Romine House)
Benson
63 Rucker Canyon Archeological District Upload image
March 3, 1995
(#95000157)
Address Restricted
Douglas
64 Rustler Park Fire Guard Station Upload image
June 10, 1993
(#93000518)
Southeast of Chiricahua National Monument in Coronado National Forest
31°54′10″N 109°16′41″W / 31.902778°N 109.278056°W / 31.902778; -109.278056 (Rustler Park Fire Guard Station)
Douglas
65 Sacred Heart Church
Sacred Heart Church
February 22, 2002
(#02000032)
516 Safford St.
31°42′51″N 110°03′51″W / 31.714112°N 110.064153°W / 31.714112; -110.064153 (Sacred Heart Church)
Tombstone
66 St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church
September 7, 1995
(#95001080)
Oak Ave., on Higgins Hill
31°26′40″N 109°55′19″W / 31.444444°N 109.921944°W / 31.444444; -109.921944 (St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church)
Bisbee
67 St. Paul's Episcopal Church
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
September 22, 1971
(#71000111)
Safford and 3rd Sts.
31°42′54″N 110°04′01″W / 31.715°N 110.066944°W / 31.715; -110.066944 (St. Paul's Episcopal Church)
Tombstone
68 San Bernardino Ranch
San Bernardino Ranch
October 15, 1966
(#66000170)
17 miles (27 km) east of Douglas on the international boundary
31°20′12″N 109°16′47″W / 31.336667°N 109.279722°W / 31.336667; -109.279722 (San Bernardino Ranch)
Douglas National Historic Landmark site associated with early cattle ranching in southern Arizona and northern Mexico
69 Harry Saxon House
Harry Saxon House
May 27, 1987
(#87000750)
308 S. Haskell
32°15′00″N 109°50′04″W / 32.25011°N 109.83444°W / 32.25011; -109.83444 (Harry Saxon House)
Willcox
70 Schilling Ranch Historic District Upload image
August 7, 2009
(#09000608)
6396 N. Schilling Ranch Rd.
32°19′55″N 110°07′19″W / 32.331944°N 110.121944°W / 32.331944; -110.121944 (Schilling Ranch Historic District)
Corral
71 Schwertner House
Schwertner House
August 25, 1983
(#83002986)
124 E. Stewart St.
32°15′12″N 109°49′53″W / 32.25338°N 109.83139°W / 32.25338; -109.83139 (Schwertner House)
Willcox
72 Sierra Bonita Ranch
Sierra Bonita Ranch
October 15, 1966
(#66000181)
Southwest of Bonita
32°30′36″N 110°02′15″W / 32.51°N 110.0375°W / 32.51; -110.0375 (Sierra Bonita Ranch)
Bonita Extends into Graham County
73 Silver Peak Lookout Complex
Silver Peak Lookout Complex
January 28, 1988
(#87002469)
Coronado National Forest
31°54′20″N 109°11′56″W / 31.905556°N 109.198889°W / 31.905556; -109.198889 (Silver Peak Lookout Complex)
Portal An L-4 type lookout house measuring 14 feet square.[11] Built in 1938 by a CCC crew.[12] Part of National Forest Fire Lookouts in the Southwestern Region TR. Listed on National Register on January 28, 1988.[13] Burned down in an October, 1992, thunder and snow storm. Only a foundation remains.[14]
74 J.H. Smith Grocery Store and Filling Station
J.H. Smith Grocery Store and Filling Station
July 21, 2004
(#04000720)
1835 Old Ranch Rd.
32°01′39″N 110°02′16″W / 32.027461°N 110.037818°W / 32.027461; -110.037818 (J.H. Smith Grocery Store and Filling Station)
Dragoon
75 Smith-Beck House
Smith-Beck House
March 11, 1994
(#94000077)
425 Huachuca St.
31°57′53″N 110°17′48″W / 31.96481°N 110.29663°W / 31.96481; -110.29663 (Smith-Beck House)
Benson
76 Pablo Soto House
Pablo Soto House
August 18, 1987
(#87000744)
108 E. Stewart
32°15′12″N 109°49′54″W / 32.25344°N 109.83158°W / 32.25344; -109.83158 (Pablo Soto House)
Willcox
77 Stafford Cabin
Stafford Cabin
March 31, 1975
(#75000171)
30 miles (48 km) southeast of Willcox in Chiricahua National Monument
32°00′32″N 109°22′07″W / 32.008889°N 109.368611°W / 32.008889; -109.368611 (Stafford Cabin)
Willcox
78 Tombstone City Hall
Tombstone City Hall
February 1, 1972
(#72000195)
315 E. Fremont St.
31°42′48″N 110°04′00″W / 31.713333°N 110.066667°W / 31.713333; -110.066667 (Tombstone City Hall)
Tombstone
79 Tombstone Courthouse
Tombstone Courthouse
April 13, 1972
(#72000196)
219 E. Toughnut
31°42′39″N 110°04′10″W / 31.710833°N 110.069444°W / 31.710833; -110.069444 (Tombstone Courthouse)
Tombstone
80 Tombstone Historic District
Tombstone Historic District
October 15, 1966
(#66000171)
U.S. Route 80
31°42′49″N 110°04′05″W / 31.713611°N 110.068056°W / 31.713611; -110.068056 (Tombstone Historic District)
Tombstone
81 John Treu House
John Treu House
September 7, 1995
(#95001077)
205 W. Vista, Warren Townsite
31°24′46″N 109°52′45″W / 31.412778°N 109.879167°W / 31.412778; -109.879167 (John Treu House)
Bisbee
82 Max Treu Territorial Meat Company
Max Treu Territorial Meat Company
March 11, 1994
(#94000075)
305 E. 4th St.
31°58′04″N 110°17′39″W / 31.967682°N 110.294271°W / 31.967682; -110.294271 (Max Treu Territorial Meat Company)
Benson
83 U.S. Inspection Station--Douglas, Arizona
U.S. Inspection Station--Douglas, Arizona
May 22, 2014
(#14000242)
Pan American Hwy. & 1st St.
31°20′04″N 109°33′36″W / 31.334525°N 109.560061°W / 31.334525; -109.560061 (U.S. Inspection Station--Douglas, Arizona)
Douglas Part of the U.S. Border Inspection Stations
84 US Post Office and Customs House-Douglas Main
US Post Office and Customs House-Douglas Main
December 3, 1985
(#85003104)
601 10th St.
31°20′41″N 109°33′10″W / 31.344722°N 109.552778°W / 31.344722; -109.552778 (US Post Office and Customs House-Douglas Main)
Douglas
85 Willcox Women's Club
Willcox Women's Club
May 27, 1987
(#87000740)
312 W. Stewart
32°15′17″N 109°50′04″W / 32.25469°N 109.83458°W / 32.25469; -109.83458 (Willcox Women's Club)
Willcox
86 J.C. Wilson House
J.C. Wilson House
August 18, 1987
(#87000747)
258 E. Maley
32°15′03″N 109°49′47″W / 32.25092°N 109.82961°W / 32.25092; -109.82961 (J.C. Wilson House)
Willcox

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  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on April 21, 2017.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  5. ^ "Barfoot Lookout", nhlr.org 2013. Retrieved on 14 October 2014.
  6. ^ Patt, Jonathan. "Barfoot Lookout Trail", Chiricahuatrails.com, 31 December 2013. Cached copy retrieved on 14 October 2014.
  7. ^ Hartman, Pamela. "‘Magic tunnel’ or ‘crooked road’? Underpass debate revs up Douglas", Tucson Citizen, Tucson, 23 October 1999. Retrieved on 6 October 2014.
  8. ^ "National Register of Historic Places Program: Weekly Register List 1988", National Park Service, Retrieved on 6 October 2014.
  9. ^ When listed in NRHP in 1987, address was 210 S. El Paso Ave.; see National Register Focus site. Street's name changed to Austin Boulevard in 1989: see "George Austin", Arizona Range News, 2010-04-28, retrieved 2012-02-26.
  10. ^ "Arizona State Historic Property Inventory: Morgan Home". Retrieved 2015-03-05.
  11. ^ "Lookouts in the Southwestern Region. Cultural Resources Management Report no. 8. USDA Forest Service Southwester Region. Sept. 1989.", USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Region, Retrieved on 9 July 2015.
  12. ^ "National Register of Historic Places Inventory - Nomination Form 12/14/87", National Park Service, Retrieved on 9 July 2015.
  13. ^ "National Register of Historic Places, 1966-1994", National Park Service, Retrieved on 9 July 2015.
  14. ^ "Silver Peak Trail #280, AZ", hikearizona.com, Retrieved on 9 July 2015.