National Register of Historic Places listings in Maricopa County, Arizona

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Location of Maricopa County in Arizona

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Maricopa County, Arizona.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Maricopa 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 399 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 3 that are also National Historic Landmarks. The city of Phoenix is the location of 211 of these properties and districts, including 1 National Historic Landmark; they are listed separately, while the 187 properties and districts and 2 National Historic Landmarks located elsewhere in the county are listed here.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted June 22, 2018.[2]
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Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 1931 Tempe Bridge
1931 Tempe Bridge
August 13, 1981
(#81000137)
Mill Ave.
33°25′49″N 111°56′22″W / 33.430278°N 111.939444°W / 33.430278; -111.939444 (1931 Tempe Bridge)
Tempe The first of the two Mill Avenue Bridges
2 59th Avenue Residential Historic District
59th Avenue Residential Historic District
September 6, 2006
(#06000767)
Western side of 59th Ave. between Orangewood Ave. and Frier Dr.
33°32′53″N 112°11′11″W / 33.548056°N 112.186389°W / 33.548056; -112.186389 (59th Avenue Residential Historic District)
Glendale The District represents early rural development where homes were built on large, split lots.[6]
3 Administration/Science Building
Administration/Science Building
September 4, 1985
(#85002169)
Arizona State University campus (Building 11)
33°25′15″N 111°55′57″W / 33.420833°N 111.9325°W / 33.420833; -111.9325 (Administration/Science Building)
Tempe
4 Alchesay Canyon Bridge
Alchesay Canyon Bridge
September 30, 1988
(#88001615)
State Route 88 over Alchesay Canyon at milepost 241.1
33°40′05″N 111°09′30″W / 33.668056°N 111.158333°W / 33.668056; -111.158333 (Alchesay Canyon Bridge)
Roosevelt
5 Alhambra Hotel
Alhambra Hotel
July 31, 1991
(#91000982)
43 S. Macdonald
33°24′51″N 111°49′59″W / 33.414167°N 111.833056°W / 33.414167; -111.833056 (Alhambra Hotel)
Mesa Mesa’s longest operating place of lodging. This location is one of the stops on the Ghost Tour and Historical Walk.[7]
6 Alma Ward Meeting House
Alma Ward Meeting House
April 4, 2006
(#05001198)
809 W. Main St.
33°25′00″N 111°50′55″W / 33.416667°N 111.848611°W / 33.416667; -111.848611 (Alma Ward Meeting House)
Mesa Three buildings which played a role in the formation of religious and educational development in Mesa.[7]
7 Dr. Lucius Charles Alston House
Dr. Lucius Charles Alston House
May 1, 2012
(#12000240)
453 N. Pima St.
33°25′26″N 111°49′49″W / 33.423884°N 111.830351°W / 33.423884; -111.830351 (Dr. Lucius Charles Alston House)
Mesa Home of Dr. Lucius Charles Alston, the first African American doctor in Mesa.[7]
8 Ammo Bunker (S-1007)
Ammo Bunker (S-1007)
June 19, 1995
(#95000748)
Southwest of Vosler Dr. (formerly Alaska Drive), at Arizona State University at the Polytechnic campus (formerly Williams Air Force Base).
33°17′43″N 111°40′43″W / 33.295278°N 111.678611°W / 33.295278; -111.678611 (Ammo Bunker (S-1007))
Mesa
9 Ammo Bunker (S-1008)
Ammo Bunker (S-1008)
June 19, 1995
(#95000759)
Southwest of Vosler Dr. (formerly Alaska Drive), at Arizona State University at the Polytechnic campus (formerly Williams Air Force Base).
33°17′39″N 111°40′40″W / 33.294167°N 111.677778°W / 33.294167; -111.677778 (Ammo Bunker (S-1008))
Mesa A good illustration of a typical utilitarian military support structure constructed at military bases in the United States during World War II.[7]
10 Andre Building
Andre Building
August 10, 1979
(#79000419)
401-403 S. Mill Ave.
33°25′34″N 111°56′20″W / 33.426111°N 111.938889°W / 33.426111; -111.938889 (Andre Building)
Tempe A classic revival building re-built in 1893 after the original burned.[8]
11 Angulo-Hostetter House
Angulo-Hostetter House
October 31, 2000
(#00001266)
150 North Wilbur
33°25′09″N 111°49′28″W / 33.419167°N 111.824444°W / 33.419167; -111.824444 (Angulo-Hostetter House)
Mesa A Colonial Revival home, constructed in 1902 with a 1938 addition, showing many Victorian features.[7]
12 Archeological Site No. AZ U:10:20(ASU) Upload image July 3, 1995
(#95000750)
Address Restricted
Mesa Southwest Germann Site
13 Archeological Site No. AZ U:10:25(ASU) Upload image July 3, 1995
(#95000751)
Address Restricted
Mesa Will E. Coyote Site
14 Azatlan Archeological Site Upload image November 20, 1995
(#95001283)
Address Restricted
Rio Verde Estates
15 B. B. Moeur Activity Building
B. B. Moeur Activity Building
September 11, 1985
(#85002171)
Arizona State University campus (Building 37)
33°25′04″N 111°56′07″W / 33.417778°N 111.935278°W / 33.417778; -111.935278 (B. B. Moeur Activity Building)
Tempe Built in 1939 by the WPA as a women's activity center, this Federal Moderne style building is now home to the Mars Space Flight Facility.[9][10]
16 Bartlett Dam
Bartlett Dam
August 7, 2017
(#100001406)
On Verde R. approx. 50 mi. ENE. of Phoenix
33°49′08″N 111°37′54″W / 33.818937°N 111.631758°W / 33.818937; -111.631758 (Bartlett Dam)
Carefree
17 Beet Sugar Factory
Beet Sugar Factory
January 30, 1978
(#78000548)
5243 W. Glendale Ave.
33°32′15″N 112°10′16″W / 33.5375°N 112.171111°W / 33.5375; -112.171111 (Beet Sugar Factory)
Glendale Structure built in 1910
18 Borden Homes Historic District
Borden Homes Historic District
February 3, 2012
(#11001072)
1000-1100 blocks of S. Una & S. Butte Aves., & 1600-1700 blocks of E. 12th St.
33°24′58″N 111°54′42″W / 33.416164°N 111.91175°W / 33.416164; -111.91175 (Borden Homes Historic District)
Tempe One of the earliest post-war neighborhoods in Tempe.
19 Borden Milk Co. Creamery and Ice Factory
Borden Milk Co. Creamery and Ice Factory
October 10, 1984
(#84000171)
1300-1360 E. 8th St.
33°25′10″N 111°54′54″W / 33.419444°N 111.915°W / 33.419444; -111.915 (Borden Milk Co. Creamery and Ice Factory)
Tempe Originally built in 1892, the current Mission Revival architecture of the old creamery dates from 1927.[11]
20 Boulder Creek Bridge
Boulder Creek Bridge
March 31, 1989
(#88001599)
State Route 88 over Boulder Creek
33°32′01″N 111°25′23″W / 33.533611°N 111.423056°W / 33.533611; -111.423056 (Boulder Creek Bridge)
Tortilla Flat
21 Brazaletes Pueblo Site Upload image January 17, 1975
(#75000349)
Address Restricted
Carefree A large masonry pueblo north of Phoenix.[12]
22 Buckeye Union High School A-Wing
Buckeye Union High School A-Wing
December 30, 2009
(#09001160)
902 E. Eason Ave.
33°22′23″N 112°34′39″W / 33.373156°N 112.577542°W / 33.373156; -112.577542 (Buckeye Union High School A-Wing)
Buckeye
23 Buckhorn Baths Motel
Buckhorn Baths Motel
May 10, 2005
(#05000421)
5900 E. Main St.
33°25′00″N 111°42′04″W / 33.416667°N 111.701111°W / 33.416667; -111.701111 (Buckhorn Baths Motel)
Mesa A complex consisting of fourteen buildings including a bathhouse, a main office building, and individual room units.[7]
24 E.C. Bunch House
E.C. Bunch House
March 5, 2008
(#08000123)
5602 W. Lamar Rd.
33°32′13″N 112°10′47″W / 33.536944°N 112.179722°W / 33.536944; -112.179722 (E.C. Bunch House)
Glendale A rare intact house built in 1898 in the Victorian folk-style architecture.[13]
25 Cactus Inn
Cactus Inn
July 10, 1986
(#86001576)
158 Yavapai
33°58′06″N 112°44′01″W / 33.968333°N 112.733611°W / 33.968333; -112.733611 (Cactus Inn)
Wickenburg
26 Cashion Archeological Site Upload image December 19, 1978
(#78000547)
Address Restricted
Cashion
27 Cave Creek Service Station
Cave Creek Service Station
September 22, 2000
(#00001126)
6141 Cave Creek Rd.
33°49′55″N 111°56′51″W / 33.831944°N 111.9475°W / 33.831944; -111.9475 (Cave Creek Service Station)
Cave Creek
28 Central School
Central School
May 12, 1982
(#82002080)
10304 N. 83rd Ave.
33°34′43″N 112°14′14″W / 33.578611°N 112.237222°W / 33.578611; -112.237222 (Central School)
Peoria The Peoria Central School was two room school built in 1906. It is currently occupied by the Peoria Arizona Historical Society Museum
29 Chandler Commercial Historic District
Chandler Commercial Historic District
September 22, 2000
(#00001127)
Roughly bounded by Boston, Oregon, Buffalo, and Washington Sts.
33°18′11″N 111°50′30″W / 33.303056°N 111.841667°W / 33.303056; -111.841667 (Chandler Commercial Historic District)
Chandler
30 Chandler High School
Chandler High School
November 20, 2007
(#07000836)
350 N. Arizona Ave.
33°18′30″N 111°50′32″W / 33.308333°N 111.842222°W / 33.308333; -111.842222 (Chandler High School)
Chandler
31 City Hall and Jail
City Hall and Jail
July 10, 1986
(#86001577)
117 Yavapai
33°58′13″N 112°43′48″W / 33.970278°N 112.73°W / 33.970278; -112.73 (City Hall and Jail)
Wickenburg
32 Civil Engineering Maintenance Shop
Civil Engineering Maintenance Shop
June 19, 1995
(#95000747)
Northeastern corner of Unity Ave. (once known as Jct. of 11th and A Sts.), at Arizona State University at the Polytechnic campus (formally Williams Air Force Base).
33°18′14″N 111°40′45″W / 33.303889°N 111.679167°W / 33.303889; -111.679167 (Civil Engineering Maintenance Shop)
Mesa
33 Date Palm Manor Historic District
Date Palm Manor Historic District
December 15, 2015
(#15000883)
2024-2106 S. Mill Ave, 5-1377 W. Palmcroft, 32-121 W. Palmdale, 2019-2025 S. Dateland & 2015-2030 Dromedary Drs.
33°24′21″N 111°56′28″W / 33.405895°N 111.941224°W / 33.405895; -111.941224 (Date Palm Manor Historic District)
Tempe
34 Demountable Hangar
Demountable Hangar
June 19, 1995
(#95000743)
North Apron of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (formally Williams Air Force Base).
33°18′40″N 111°40′11″W / 33.311111°N 111.669722°W / 33.311111; -111.669722 (Demountable Hangar)
Mesa
35 Dome House
Dome House
March 15, 2018
(#100002208)
7199 E. Grapevine Rd.
33°49′53″N 111°55′35″W / 33.831466°N 111.926461°W / 33.831466; -111.926461 (Dome House)
Cave Creek
36 George O. Dowdy Rental Cottage
George O. Dowdy Rental Cottage
April 30, 2009
(#09000246)
6818 N. 60th Ave.
33°32′15″N 112°11′21″W / 33.537506°N 112.189117°W / 33.537506; -112.189117 (George O. Dowdy Rental Cottage)
Glendale Built in 1926
37 Rose Eisendrath House
Rose Eisendrath House
April 20, 2011
(#11000206)
1400 N. College Ave.
33°26′36″N 111°55′57″W / 33.443333°N 111.9325°W / 33.443333; -111.9325 (Rose Eisendrath House)
Tempe 1930 Pueblo Revival house built by noted Arizona architect Robert T. Evans[14]
38 Elias-Rodriguez House
Elias-Rodriguez House
May 7, 1984
(#84000684)
927 E. 8th St.
33°25′45″N 111°55′25″W / 33.429167°N 111.923611°W / 33.429167; -111.923611 (Elias-Rodriguez House)
Tempe
39 Elliott House
Elliott House
May 7, 1984
(#84000693)
1010 Maple Ave.
33°25′06″N 111°56′26″W / 33.418333°N 111.940556°W / 33.418333; -111.940556 (Elliott House)
Tempe
40 George Ellis House
George Ellis House
September 3, 1999
(#99001065)
105 Cattle Track
33°31′32″N 111°54′57″W / 33.525556°N 111.915833°W / 33.525556; -111.915833 (George Ellis House)
Scottsdale
41 Evergreen Historic District
Evergreen Historic District
July 5, 1999
(#99000706)
Roughly between Country Club and Macdonald, north of University Dr. to 8th St.
33°25′34″N 111°50′05″W / 33.426111°N 111.834722°W / 33.426111; -111.834722 (Evergreen Historic District)
Mesa
42 Falcon Field World War II Aviation Hangers Upload image May 19, 2016
(#16000266)
4800 E. Falcon Dr. (Falcon Field)
33°27′23″N 111°43′39″W / 33.456487°N 111.727586°W / 33.456487; -111.727586 (Falcon Field World War II Aviation Hangers)
Mesa
43 Farmer-Goodwin House
Farmer-Goodwin House
December 26, 1972
(#72000197)
820 Farmer Ave.
33°25′17″N 111°57′08″W / 33.421389°N 111.952222°W / 33.421389; -111.952222 (Farmer-Goodwin House)
Tempe
44 First Methodist Episcopal Church of Glendale Sanctuary
First Methodist Episcopal Church of Glendale Sanctuary
January 11, 2006
(#05001502)
7102 N. 58th Dr.
33°32′24″N 112°11′04″W / 33.54°N 112.184444°W / 33.54; -112.184444 (First Methodist Episcopal Church of Glendale Sanctuary)
Glendale Church built in 1926
45 First National Bank of Glendale Building
First National Bank of Glendale Building
August 25, 1983
(#83002991)
6838 N. 58th Dr.
33°32′18″N 112°11′03″W / 33.538333°N 112.184167°W / 33.538333; -112.184167 (First National Bank of Glendale Building)
Glendale Building built in 1906
46 First Presbyterian Church of Peoria
First Presbyterian Church of Peoria
August 13, 2012
(#12000493)
10236 N. 83rd Ave.
33°34′41″N 112°14′17″W / 33.578131°N 112.238143°W / 33.578131; -112.238143 (First Presbyterian Church of Peoria)
Peoria
47 Fish Creek Bridge
Fish Creek Bridge
September 30, 1988
(#88001600)
Milepost 223.50 on State Route 88
33°32′14″N 111°17′46″W / 33.537222°N 111.296111°W / 33.537222; -111.296111 (Fish Creek Bridge)
Tortilla Flat
48 Flagpole
Flagpole
June 19, 1995
(#95000744)
Once located at 10 St. between D and E Sts. and now located at the entrance of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (formally Williams Air Force Base).
33°18′25″N 111°40′45″W / 33.306944°N 111.679167°W / 33.306944; -111.679167 (Flagpole)
Mesa
49 Floralcroft Historic District
Floralcroft Historic District
April 6, 2006
(#05001505)
Roughly bounded by State St., 59th Ave., Myrtle St., Grand Ave., and 61st Ave.
33°32′35″N 112°11′16″W / 33.543056°N 112.187778°W / 33.543056; -112.187778 (Floralcroft Historic District)
Glendale 1895 Santa Fe Depot located at Grand and Palmarie Aves. within the Floralcroft Historic District.
50 Fort McDowell
Fort McDowell
August 27, 1992
(#92001050)
Indian Route 1 off State Route 87 on the Yavapai Indian Reservation
33°38′11″N 111°40′30″W / 33.636389°N 111.675°W / 33.636389; -111.675 (Fort McDowell)
Fort McDowell The remaining ruins of the Fort McDowell officers quarters located in Ba Hon Nah Road.
51 Fortaleza Upload image June 23, 1969
(#69000035)
Address Restricted
Gila Bend
52 Frankenberg House
Frankenberg House
January 29, 1981
(#81000138)
129 E. University Dr.
33°24′12″N 111°53′35″W / 33.403278°N 111.893142°W / 33.403278; -111.893142 (Frankenberg House)
Tempe Dismantled and rebuilt at 150 S. Ash Ave in 1992.
53 Frankenberg House
Frankenberg House
January 2, 2008
(#07001333)
2222 S. Price Rd.
33°24′11″N 111°53′31″W / 33.40304°N 111.89197°W / 33.40304; -111.89197 (Frankenberg House)
Tempe
54 Fraser Fields Historic District Upload image August 5, 2010
(#10000535)
Fraser Dr. W to Fraser Dr. E; Third Pl. to Pepper Pl.
33°25′08″N 111°48′43″W / 33.418889°N 111.811944°W / 33.418889; -111.811944 (Fraser Fields Historic District)
Mesa vicinity
55 Garcia School
Garcia School
April 1, 1982
(#82002087)
Yavapai St. and U.S. Route 89
33°58′21″N 112°43′55″W / 33.9725°N 112.731944°W / 33.9725; -112.731944 (Garcia School)
Wickenburg
56 Gatlin Site
Gatlin Site
October 15, 1966
(#66000183)
Address Restricted
Gila Bend
57 Gila Bend Overpass
Gila Bend Overpass
September 30, 1988
(#88001607)
Business Route 8 over the Southern Pacific railroad line
32°56′58″N 112°41′46″W / 32.949444°N 112.696111°W / 32.949444; -112.696111 (Gila Bend Overpass)
Gila Bend
58 Gilbert Elementary School
Gilbert Elementary School
June 16, 1980
(#80000762)
Elliot and Gilbert Rds.
33°20′57″N 111°47′22″W / 33.349167°N 111.789444°W / 33.349167; -111.789444 (Gilbert Elementary School)
Gilbert
59 Gillespie Dam Highway Bridge
Gillespie Dam Highway Bridge
May 5, 1981
(#81000136)
Northwest of Gila Bend
33°13′38″N 112°46′07″W / 33.227222°N 112.768611°W / 33.227222; -112.768611 (Gillespie Dam Highway Bridge)
Gila Bend
60 Glendale Gardens Historic District
Glendale Gardens Historic District
February 3, 2012
(#11001073)
5002-5038 W. Gardenia Ave., 5007-5038 W. State Ave., & 7251-7321 N. 50th Dr.
33°32′41″N 112°10′03″W / 33.544661°N 112.167542°W / 33.544661; -112.167542 (Glendale Gardens Historic District)
Glendale The Melvin E. Sine House located on 7301 N. 50th Drive
61 Glendale Grammar School One-room Class Building
Glendale Grammar School One-room Class Building
January 11, 2006
(#05001503)
7301 N. 58th Dr.
33°32′40″N 112°10′55″W / 33.544444°N 112.181944°W / 33.544444; -112.181944 (Glendale Grammar School One-room Class Building)
Glendale Structure built in 1920
62 Glendale High School Auditorium
Glendale High School Auditorium
May 2, 2006
(#06000326)
6216 W. Myrtle Ave.
33°32′20″N 112°11′37″W / 33.538889°N 112.193611°W / 33.538889; -112.193611 (Glendale High School Auditorium)
Glendale Auditorium built in 1939
63 Glendale Townsite-Catlin Court Historic District
Glendale Townsite-Catlin Court Historic District
June 9, 1992
(#92000680)
Roughly bounded by Gardenia, 58th, Myrtle, 57th, Palmaire, and 59th Aves. and 58th Dr.
• Boundary increase (listed October 20, 2007, refnum 07001088): Generally bounded by 55th Ave., 59th Ave., Palmaire Ave. and Orangewood Ave.

33°32′37″N 112°11′05″W / 33.543611°N 112.184722°W / 33.543611; -112.184722 (Glendale Townsite-Catlin Court Historic District)
Glendale One of Glendale Arizona's earliest and most historic neighborhoods[15]
64 Glendale Tract Historic District
Glendale Tract Historic District
January 11, 2006
(#05001506)
51st Ave. and Northern Ave.
33°33′07″N 112°10′01″W / 33.551944°N 112.166944°W / 33.551944; -112.166944 (Glendale Tract Historic District)
Glendale The Glendale Tract Community Center located at the axial terminus of Sands Road in the southeast corner of the historic Glendale Tract District.
65 Glendale Woman's Club Clubhouse
Glendale Woman's Club Clubhouse
July 27, 1989
(#89001003)
7032 N. 56th Ave.
33°32′23″N 112°10′50″W / 33.539722°N 112.180556°W / 33.539722; -112.180556 (Glendale Woman's Club Clubhouse)
Glendale Structure built in 1912
66 Gonzales-Martinez House
Gonzales-Martinez House
May 7, 1984
(#84000708)
320 W. 1st St.
33°25′46″N 111°56′34″W / 33.429444°N 111.942778°W / 33.429444; -111.942778 (Gonzales-Martinez House)
Tempe
67 Goodwin Building
Goodwin Building
May 7, 1984
(#84000710)
512-518 S. Mill Ave.
33°25′29″N 111°56′22″W / 33.424722°N 111.939444°W / 33.424722; -111.939444 (Goodwin Building)
Tempe
68 Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium
Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium
September 11, 1985
(#85002170)
Northeastern corner of the intersection of Mill and Apache
33°24′59″N 111°56′14″W / 33.416389°N 111.937222°W / 33.416389; -111.937222 (Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium)
Tempe
69 Roy Hackett House
Roy Hackett House
December 4, 1974
(#74000458)
401 and 405 Maple St.
33°25′34″N 111°56′25″W / 33.426111°N 111.940278°W / 33.426111; -111.940278 (Roy Hackett House)
Tempe
70 Harrington-Birchett House
Harrington-Birchett House
May 7, 1984
(#84000716)
202 E. 7th St.
33°25′24″N 111°56′07″W / 33.423333°N 111.935278°W / 33.423333; -111.935278 (Harrington-Birchett House)
Tempe
71 Hassayampa River Bridge
Hassayampa River Bridge
September 30, 1988
(#88001658)
Old U.S. Route 80 over the Hassayampa River between Salome Highway and 309 Ave. in the areas of Hassayampa and Arlington within the boundaries of the town of Buckeye.
33°20′54″N 112°43′17″W / 33.348333°N 112.721389°W / 33.348333; -112.721389 (Hassayampa River Bridge)
Buckeye, Arizona This was a concrete slab-and-girder bridge built in 1929. The bridge was scheduled for demolition in 1993 and recent photos suggest it was destroyed and replaced, though it is conceivable that some portion of the 1929 bridge was retained. Research is required.
72 C.T. Hayden House
C.T. Hayden House
October 10, 1984
(#84000173)
3 W. 1st St.
33°25′45″N 111°56′21″W / 33.429167°N 111.939167°W / 33.429167; -111.939167 (C.T. Hayden House)
Tempe Home of Charles T. Hayden;
73 Hiatt House
Hiatt House
May 7, 1984
(#84000720)
1104 Ash Ave.
33°25′08″N 111°56′34″W / 33.418889°N 111.942778°W / 33.418889; -111.942778 (Hiatt House)
Tempe
74 Horse Mesa Dam
Horse Mesa Dam
August 7, 2017
(#100001408)
On Salt R. approx. 65 mi. ENE. of Phoenix
33°35′27″N 111°20′38″W / 33.590827°N 111.343877°W / 33.590827; -111.343877 (Horse Mesa Dam)
Phoenix vicinity
75 Horseshoe Dam
Horseshoe Dam
August 7, 2017
(#100001409)
On Verde R. approx. 58 mi. ENE of Phoenix
33°59′01″N 111°42′40″W / 33.983717°N 111.711111°W / 33.983717; -111.711111 (Horseshoe Dam)
Phoenix vicinity
76 House at 160 Apache
House at 160 Apache
July 10, 1986
(#86001578)
160 Apache
33°58′03″N 112°43′55″W / 33.9675°N 112.731944°W / 33.9675; -112.731944 (House at 160 Apache)
Wickenburg
77 House at 170 Center
House at 170 Center
July 10, 1986
(#86001579)
170 Center
33°58′00″N 112°43′54″W / 33.966667°N 112.731667°W / 33.966667; -112.731667 (House at 170 Center)
Wickenburg
78 House at 186 Washington
House at 186 Washington
July 10, 1986
(#86001580)
186 Washington
33°57′59″N 112°43′43″W / 33.966389°N 112.728611°W / 33.966389; -112.728611 (House at 186 Washington)
Wickenburg
79 Housing Storage Supply Warehouse
Housing Storage Supply Warehouse
June 19, 1995
(#95000746)
Northwestern corner of the junction of Innovation and Unity Aves. (once known as Jct. of 11th and A Sts.), at Arizona State University at the Polytechnic campus (formally Williams Air Force Base).
33°18′14″N 111°40′49″W / 33.303889°N 111.680278°W / 33.303889; -111.680278 (Housing Storage Supply Warehouse)
Mesa
80 Industrial Arts Building
Industrial Arts Building
September 4, 1985
(#85002168)
Arizona State University campus (building 4)
33°25′14″N 111°56′04″W / 33.420556°N 111.934444°W / 33.420556; -111.934444 (Industrial Arts Building)
Tempe
81 Initial Point of the Gila and Salt River Base Line and Meridian
Initial Point of the Gila and Salt River Base Line and Meridian
October 15, 2002
(#02001137)
Summit of Monument Hill at 115th Ave. and Baseline Rd.
33°22′38″N 112°18′22″W / 33.377169°N 112.306172°W / 33.377169; -112.306172 (Initial Point of the Gila and Salt River Base Line and Meridian)
Avondale The surveying marker of the Gila and Salt River Meridan. See also: Gila and Salt River Meridian and Baseline Road (Arizona)
82 Irving School
Irving School
November 8, 2000
(#00001323)
155 N. Center St.
33°25′08″N 111°49′49″W / 33.418889°N 111.830278°W / 33.418889; -111.830278 (Irving School)
Mesa
83 Jacobs House
Jacobs House
July 10, 1986
(#86001581)
355 N. Jefferson
33°58′10″N 112°44′02″W / 33.969444°N 112.733889°W / 33.969444; -112.733889 (Jacobs House)
Wickenburg
84 Edward L. Jones House
Edward L. Jones House
December 13, 1996
(#96001474)
5555 N. Casa Blanca Dr.
33°31′03″N 111°56′17″W / 33.5175°N 111.938056°W / 33.5175; -111.938056 (Edward L. Jones House)
Paradise Valley House was built in 1925
85 Louise Lincoln Kerr House and Studio
Louise Lincoln Kerr House and Studio
April 14, 2010
(#10000173)
6110 N. Scottsdale Rd.
33°31′34″N 111°55′40″W / 33.526164°N 111.927661°W / 33.526164; -111.927661 (Louise Lincoln Kerr House and Studio)
Scottsdale
86 Laird-Hugh House
Laird-Hugh House
May 7, 1984
(#84000726)
821 S. Farmer
33°25′15″N 111°56′35″W / 33.420833°N 111.943056°W / 33.420833; -111.943056 (Laird-Hugh House)
Tempe
87 Laveen School Auditorium
Laveen School Auditorium
February 16, 1996
(#96000040)
5001 W. Dobbins Rd.
33°21′45″N 112°10′03″W / 33.3625°N 112.1675°W / 33.3625; -112.1675 (Laveen School Auditorium)
Laveen
88 Lehi School
Lehi School
August 30, 2001
(#01000906)
2345 N. Horne
33°27′30″N 111°48′46″W / 33.458333°N 111.812778°W / 33.458333; -111.812778 (Lehi School)
Mesa Currently home to the Mesa Historical Museum, and is at the center of the historic Lehi community.
89 Lewis and Pranty Creek Bridge Upload image September 30, 1988
(#88001601)
Milepost 224.60 on State Route 88
33°31′30″N 111°18′24″W / 33.525°N 111.306667°W / 33.525; -111.306667 (Lewis and Pranty Creek Bridge)
Tortilla Flat
90 Liberty Methodist Episcopal Church, South
Liberty Methodist Episcopal Church, South
December 28, 2017
(#100001752)
19912 W. County Route 85
33°22′39″N 112°29′14″W / 33.377531°N 112.487109°W / 33.377531; -112.487109 (Liberty Methodist Episcopal Church, South)
Buckeye
91 Samuel C. Long House
Samuel C. Long House
November 28, 1980
(#80000765)
27 E. 6th St.
33°25′27″N 111°56′17″W / 33.424167°N 111.938056°W / 33.424167; -111.938056 (Samuel C. Long House)
Tempe Dismantled and rebuilt at 150 S. Ash Ave in 1992.
92 MacLennan House
MacLennan House
July 10, 1986
(#86001582)
338 Jefferson
33°09′32″N 112°43′07″W / 33.158889°N 112.718611°W / 33.158889; -112.718611 (MacLennan House)
Wickenburg
93 Main Building, Tempe Normal School
Main Building, Tempe Normal School
January 7, 1985
(#85000052)
Arizona State University campus
33°25′14″N 111°55′59″W / 33.420556°N 111.933056°W / 33.420556; -111.933056 (Main Building, Tempe Normal School)
Tempe
94 Manistee Ranch
Manistee Ranch
April 9, 1998
(#98000322)
5127 W. Northern Ave.
33°33′07″N 112°10′12″W / 33.551944°N 112.17°W / 33.551944; -112.17 (Manistee Ranch)
Glendale Main mansion of the Manistee Ranch, built in 1897;
95 Masonic Hall Upload image July 10, 1986
(#86001583)
108 Tegner
33°58′09″N 112°43′46″W / 33.969167°N 112.729444°W / 33.969167; -112.729444 (Masonic Hall)
Wickenburg
96 Matthews Hall
Matthews Hall
January 11, 1985
(#85000053)
Arizona State University campus (Building 172)
33°25′12″N 111°56′07″W / 33.42°N 111.935278°W / 33.42; -111.935278 (Matthews Hall)
Tempe
97 McCullough-Price House
McCullough-Price House
May 20, 2009
(#09000311)
300 S. Chandler Village Dr.
33°17′52″N 111°54′09″W / 33.29789°N 111.90239°W / 33.29789; -111.90239 (McCullough-Price House)
Chandler Historic 1938 adobe house restored in the mid-2000s across from Chandler Fashion Center shopping mall
98 Jonas McNair House
Jonas McNair House
September 6, 2006
(#06000768)
5919 W. Myrtle Ave.
33°32′31″N 112°11′11″W / 33.541944°N 112.186389°W / 33.541944; -112.186389 (Jonas McNair House)
Glendale House built in 1897
99 Mesa Grande
Mesa Grande
November 21, 1978
(#78000549)
Junction of Date and 10th Sts.[16]
33°26′05″N 111°50′41″W / 33.434722°N 111.844722°W / 33.434722; -111.844722 (Mesa Grande)
Mesa
100 Mesa Journal-Tribune FHA Demonstration Home
Mesa Journal-Tribune FHA Demonstration Home
January 23, 2003
(#88003056)
238 W. 2nd St.
33°25′11″N 111°50′14″W / 33.419722°N 111.837222°W / 33.419722; -111.837222 (Mesa Journal-Tribune FHA Demonstration Home)
Mesa Relocated in 2002 from original location at 22 East First Avenue.
101 Mesa Woman's Club
Mesa Woman's Club
August 5, 1991
(#91000995)
200 N. Macdonald
33°25′11″N 111°50′02″W / 33.419722°N 111.833889°W / 33.419722; -111.833889 (Mesa Woman's Club)
Mesa
102 Midvale Archeological Site Upload image June 14, 1990
(#90000933)
Address Restricted
Chandler
103 Gov. Benjamin B. Moeur House
Gov. Benjamin B. Moeur House
May 30, 2012
(#12000295)
34 E. 7th St.
33°25′25″N 111°56′18″W / 33.423517°N 111.938422°W / 33.423517; -111.938422 (Gov. Benjamin B. Moeur House)
Tempe
104 Moeur Park
Moeur Park
November 5, 2014
(#14000888)
715 N. Mill Ave.
33°26′16″N 111°56′32″W / 33.4377°N 111.9421°W / 33.4377; -111.9421 (Moeur Park)
Tempe
105 W. A. Moeur House
W. A. Moeur House
May 7, 1984
(#84000730)
850 Ash Ave.
33°25′14″N 111°56′30″W / 33.420556°N 111.941667°W / 33.420556; -111.941667 (W. A. Moeur House)
Tempe
106 Mormon Flat Bridge
Mormon Flat Bridge
September 30, 1988
(#88001598)
State Route 88 over Willow Creek
33°32′20″N 111°26′34″W / 33.538889°N 111.442778°W / 33.538889; -111.442778 (Mormon Flat Bridge)
Tortilla Flat
107 Mormon Flat Dam
Mormon Flat Dam
August 7, 2017
(#100001410)
On Salt R. approx. 50 mi. ENE. of Phoenix
33°33′19″N 111°26′35″W / 33.5553280°N 111.443086°W / 33.5553280; -111.443086 (Mormon Flat Dam)
Phoenix vicinity
108 Morristown Store
Morristown Store
August 12, 1991
(#91001003)
U.S. Route 89 northwest of Castle Hot Springs Rd.
33°51′19″N 112°37′19″W / 33.855278°N 112.621944°W / 33.855278; -112.621944 (Morristown Store)
Morristown
109 Morrow-Hudson House
Morrow-Hudson House
May 7, 1984
(#84000733)
1203 E. Alameda Dr.
33°23′59″N 111°55′01″W / 33.399722°N 111.916944°W / 33.399722; -111.916944 (Morrow-Hudson House)
Tempe
110 C.P. Mullen House
C.P. Mullen House
May 7, 1984
(#84000734)
918 Mill Ave.
33°25′11″N 111°56′22″W / 33.419722°N 111.939444°W / 33.419722; -111.939444 (C.P. Mullen House)
Tempe
111 Municipal Light Plant Upload image July 10, 1986
(#86001584)
245 N. Washington
33°58′12″N 112°43′58″W / 33.97°N 112.732778°W / 33.97; -112.732778 (Municipal Light Plant)
Wickenburg
112 Myrtle Avenue Residential Historic District
Myrtle Avenue Residential Historic District
January 22, 2009
(#08001345)
6305-6423 W. Myrtle Ave.
33°32′31″N 112°11′50″W / 33.542031°N 112.197181°W / 33.542031; -112.197181 (Myrtle Avenue Residential Historic District)
Glendale Historic Morcomb's Service Station located in the Myrtle Avenue Residential Historic District
113 Northfield Historic District
Northfield Historic District
May 10, 2010
(#10000234)
Bounded by W. State Ave (S), N. 59th Ave (E), W. Orangewood Ave (N), and N. 59th Lane (W)
33°32′42″N 112°11′14″W / 33.544936°N 112.187261°W / 33.544936; -112.187261 (Northfield Historic District)
Glendale The Jack Shawver House, now known as the Keist Office Building, was built in 1952 and is located at 7508 North 59th Avenue, in the 59th Ave.. This Ranch style home was built outside any platted subdivision by Jack Shawver, partner of the Shawver Brothers Tillage Company. It is in the Northfield Historic District.[17]
114 Old Barber Shop
Old Barber Shop
July 10, 1986
(#86001585)
68 Frontier
33°58′07″N 112°43′48″W / 33.968611°N 112.73°W / 33.968611; -112.73 (Old Barber Shop)
Wickenburg
115 Old Brick Post Office
Old Brick Post Office
July 10, 1986
(#86001586)
144 N. Frontier
33°58′09″N 112°43′50″W / 33.969167°N 112.730556°W / 33.969167; -112.730556 (Old Brick Post Office)
Wickenburg
116 Painted Rocks
Painted Rocks
November 25, 1977
(#77000238)
Along Rocky Point Road west of Theba[18]
33°01′24″N 113°02′55″W / 33.023333°N 113.048611°W / 33.023333; -113.048611 (Painted Rocks)
Theba
117 Palo Verde Ruin
Palo Verde Ruin
November 22, 2011
(#11000842)
Palo Verde Open Space Park[19]
33°43′12″N 112°13′06″W / 33.72°N 112.218333°W / 33.72; -112.218333 (Palo Verde Ruin)
Peoria Area in the Palo Verde Park section of the Palo Verde Ruin.
118 Park of the Canals
Park of the Canals
May 30, 1975
(#75000350)
1710 N Horne Ave.
33°26′42″N 111°48′56″W / 33.445°N 111.815556°W / 33.445; -111.815556 (Park of the Canals)
Mesa This is an ancient Hohokam canal cleaned out by the Mormon pioneers in 1875.
119 Niels Petersen House
Niels Petersen House
January 5, 1978
(#78000553)
Southern Ave. and Priest St.
33°23′36″N 111°57′40″W / 33.393333°N 111.961111°W / 33.393333; -111.961111 (Niels Petersen House)
Tempe
120 Petroglyph Site AZ U 1:165 Upload image August 31, 1998
(#98001038)
Address Restricted
33°46′42″N 111°55′04″W / 33.778333°N 111.917778°W / 33.778333; -111.917778 (Petroglyph Site AZ U 1:165)
Scottsdale
121 Pine Creek Bridge Upload image September 30, 1988
(#88001602)
Milepost 233.50 on State Route 88
33°35′54″N 111°12′08″W / 33.598333°N 111.202222°W / 33.598333; -111.202222 (Pine Creek Bridge)
Tortilla Flat
122 President's House
President's House
January 7, 1985
(#85000054)
Arizona State University campus
33°25′13″N 111°55′56″W / 33.420278°N 111.932222°W / 33.420278; -111.932222 (President's House)
Tempe
123 Railroad Steam Wrecking Crane and Tool Car
Railroad Steam Wrecking Crane and Tool Car
December 29, 2007
(#07001301)
330 E. Ryan Rd.
33°16′12″N 111°50′07″W / 33.27°N 111.835278°W / 33.27; -111.835278 (Railroad Steam Wrecking Crane and Tool Car)
Chandler
124 Byron Redden House
Byron Redden House
May 7, 1984
(#84000738)
948 Ash Ave.
33°25′08″N 111°56′31″W / 33.418889°N 111.941944°W / 33.418889; -111.941944 (Byron Redden House)
Tempe
125 Lowell Redden House
Lowell Redden House
February 13, 1985
(#85000407)
333 Carver St.
33°20′28″N 111°55′57″W / 33.341111°N 111.9325°W / 33.341111; -111.9325 (Lowell Redden House)
Tempe
126 Rittenhouse Elementary School
Rittenhouse Elementary School
February 5, 1998
(#98000053)
Ellsworth Rd., 1 mile (1.6 km) north of Rittenhouse Rd.
33°15′47″N 111°38′01″W / 33.263056°N 111.633611°W / 33.263056; -111.633611 (Rittenhouse Elementary School)
Queen Creek 1925 Spanish Colonial Revival schoolhouse, currently houses The San Tan Museum
127 Roald Amundsen Pullman Private Railroad Car
Roald Amundsen Pullman Private Railroad Car
August 6, 2009
(#09000582)
7301 Indian Bend Rd.
33°32′17″N 111°55′28″W / 33.538125°N 111.924581°W / 33.538125; -111.924581 (Roald Amundsen Pullman Private Railroad Car)
Scottsdale Built in 1928, the Amundsen, on different occasions reportedly carried Presidents Hoover, Roosevelt, Truman and Eisenhower.
128 Robson Historic District
Robson Historic District
June 20, 2003
(#03000530)
Roughly bounded by Country Club Dr., Robson, and 2nd Sts.
33°25′16″N 111°50′14″W / 33.421111°N 111.837222°W / 33.421111; -111.837222 (Robson Historic District)
Mesa
129 Roosevelt Addition Historic District
Roosevelt Addition Historic District
December 2, 2009
(#09000959)
600 block of W. 3rd St.
33°25′38″N 111°56′54″W / 33.427225°N 111.948231°W / 33.427225; -111.948231 (Roosevelt Addition Historic District)
Tempe The Sampson-Tupper House was built in 1888 and is located at 601 W. 3rd St. It is in the Roosevelt Addition Historic District.
130 Safeway Pay 'n Takit
Safeway Pay 'n Takit
July 10, 1986
(#86001587)
42 N. Tegner
33°58′09″N 112°43′44″W / 33.969167°N 112.728889°W / 33.969167; -112.728889 (Safeway Pay 'n Takit)
Wickenburg
131 Sage Acres Historic District Upload image February 3, 2012
(#11001074)
6021-6251 N. 48th Ave. and 4736 W. Bethany Home Rd.
33°31′33″N 112°09′43″W / 33.525969°N 112.161908°W / 33.525969; -112.161908 (Sage Acres Historic District)
Glendale
132 Sahuaro Ranch
Sahuaro Ranch
March 7, 1980
(#80000763)
N. 59th Ave.
33°34′34″N 112°11′18″W / 33.576111°N 112.188333°W / 33.576111; -112.188333 (Sahuaro Ranch)
Glendale Main mansion of the Sahuaro Ranch, built in 1886
133 St. Mary's Church-Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church
St. Mary's Church-Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church
January 30, 1978
(#78000552)
College and University Ave.
33°25′20″N 111°56′04″W / 33.422222°N 111.934444°W / 33.422222; -111.934444 (St. Mary's Church-Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church)
Tempe
134 Salt River Project Diversion and Conveyance System Historic District Upload image August 7, 2017
(#100001454)
Greater Phoenix metropolitan area
33°34′42″N 111°23′21″W / 33.578336°N 111.389219°W / 33.578336; -111.389219 (Salt River Project Diversion and Conveyance System Historic District)
Phoenix vicinity
135 San Marcos Hotel
San Marcos Hotel
April 29, 1982
(#82002078)
1 San Marcos Pl.
33°18′14″N 111°50′27″W / 33.303889°N 111.840833°W / 33.303889; -111.840833 (San Marcos Hotel)
Chandler
136 Sands Estate Historic District Upload image April 15, 2011
(#11000192)
Roughly bounded by W. Belmont Ave., W. Morten Ave., Orangewood Ave., and W. Vista Ave.[20]
33°32′51″N 112°10′56″W / 33.5475°N 112.182222°W / 33.5475; -112.182222 (Sands Estate Historic District)
Glendale
137 Santa Fe Railroad Depot
Santa Fe Railroad Depot
July 10, 1986
(#86001588)
215 N. Frontier
33°58′10″N 112°43′54″W / 33.969444°N 112.731667°W / 33.969444; -112.731667 (Santa Fe Railroad Depot)
Wickenburg
138 Robert Scott House
Robert Scott House
July 8, 1982
(#82002079)
2230 E. Grandview St.
33°26′25″N 111°46′52″W / 33.440278°N 111.781111°W / 33.440278; -111.781111 (Robert Scott House)
Mesa
139 Scottsdale Grammar School
Scottsdale Grammar School
June 10, 1994
(#94000571)
7333 E. Scottsdale Mall
33°29′33″N 111°55′22″W / 33.4925°N 111.922778°W / 33.4925; -111.922778 (Scottsdale Grammar School)
Scottsdale Built in 1909, it is also known as "The Little Red Schoolhouse"
140 B.H. Scudder Rental House
B.H. Scudder Rental House
May 7, 1984
(#84000740)
919 S. Maple Ave.
33°25′10″N 111°56′23″W / 33.419444°N 111.939722°W / 33.419444; -111.939722 (B.H. Scudder Rental House)
Tempe Demolished in 1983;
141 Sears-Kay Ruin
Sears-Kay Ruin
November 24, 1995
(#95001310)
Tonto National Forest on the outskirts of the town of Carefree, Az.
33°50′40″N 111°17′04″W / 33.844324°N 111.284503°W / 33.844324; -111.284503 (Sears-Kay Ruin)
Carefree
142 Selleh House
Selleh House
November 5, 2005
(#05001197)
1104 S. Mill Ave.
33°25′02″N 111°56′22″W / 33.417222°N 111.939444°W / 33.417222; -111.939444 (Selleh House)
Tempe
143 Shride House
Shride House
July 21, 1986
(#86001589)
57 Tegner
33°58′06″N 112°43′43″W / 33.968333°N 112.728611°W / 33.968333; -112.728611 (Shride House)
Wickenburg
144 Silk Stocking Neighborhood Historic District
Silk Stocking Neighborhood Historic District
August 29, 2011
(#11000567)
Generally bounded by Erie St., Chandler Blvd., Delaware St. & alley west of Washington St.
33°18′28″N 111°50′23″W / 33.307778°N 111.839722°W / 33.307778; -111.839722 (Silk Stocking Neighborhood Historic District)
Chandler
145 Sirrine House
Sirrine House
September 11, 1995
(#95001082)
160 N. Center St.
33°25′10″N 111°49′54″W / 33.419444°N 111.831667°W / 33.419444; -111.831667 (Sirrine House)
Mesa
146 Skeleton Cave Massacre Site
Skeleton Cave Massacre Site
February 21, 1991
(#91000100)
Address Restricted
Apache Junction See also: Yavapai people: Skeleton Cave
147 Southern Pacific Railroad Locomotive No. SP 2562 and Tender No. 8365
Southern Pacific Railroad Locomotive No. SP 2562 and Tender No. 8365
July 17, 2009
(#09000511)
330 E. Ryan Rd.
33°16′11″N 111°50′10″W / 33.26965°N 111.836158°W / 33.26965; -111.836158 (Southern Pacific Railroad Locomotive No. SP 2562 and Tender No. 8365)
Chandler
148 Spangler-Wilbur House
Spangler-Wilbur House
November 1, 1993
(#93001141)
128 N. MacDonald St.
33°25′04″N 111°50′01″W / 33.417778°N 111.833611°W / 33.417778; -111.833611 (Spangler-Wilbur House)
Mesa
149 Storms House
Storms House
July 10, 1986
(#86001590)
130 Center
33°58′01″N 112°43′51″W / 33.966944°N 112.730833°W / 33.966944; -112.730833 (Storms House)
Wickenburg
150 Stewart Mountain Dam
Stewart Mountain Dam
August 7, 2017
(#100001411)
On Salt R. approx. 40 mi. ENE. of Phoenix
33°34′00″N 111°32′09″W / 33.566540°N 111.535967°W / 33.566540; -111.535967 (Stewart Mountain Dam)
Phoenix vicinity
151 Straugh House
Straugh House
July 31, 1991
(#91000983)
148 N. Macdonald
33°25′06″N 111°50′02″W / 33.418333°N 111.833889°W / 33.418333; -111.833889 (Straugh House)
Mesa
152 Suhwaro Hotel
Suhwaro Hotel
June 10, 1994
(#94000575)
58 W. Buffalo St.
33°18′18″N 111°50′30″W / 33.305°N 111.841667°W / 33.305; -111.841667 (Suhwaro Hotel)
Chandler
153 Sun City DEVCO Model No.1
Sun City DEVCO Model No.1
February 24, 2015
(#15000022)
10801 W. Oakmont Dr.
33°36′04″N 112°17′32″W / 33.6011°N 112.2923°W / 33.6011; -112.2923 (Sun City DEVCO Model No.1)
Sun City Now the Del Webb Sun Cities Museum.
154 Sun-Up Ranch
Sun-Up Ranch
May 23, 1988
(#88000558)
W. Frontage Rd. off the Black Canyon Highway/Interstate 17
• Boundary decrease (listed January 8, 2009, refnum 08001307): W. Frontage Rd. of Black Canyon Hwy., 1.75 miles (2.82 km) north of Desert Hills interchange

33°53′49″N 112°08′59″W / 33.896944°N 112.149722°W / 33.896944; -112.149722 (Sun-Up Ranch)
New River The Jack Ass Acres Service Station is an old abandoned 1930s gas station and convenience store located on the frontage road just off I-17 within the boundaries of Sun-Up Ranch in New River.
155 Sunflower Ranger Station
Sunflower Ranger Station
June 10, 1993
(#93000528)
State Route 87 west of Punkin Center in the Tonto National Forest
33°53′39″N 111°28′55″W / 33.894167°N 111.481944°W / 33.894167; -111.481944 (Sunflower Ranger Station)
Punkin Center
156 Taliesin West
Taliesin West
February 12, 1974
(#74000457)
North of the junction of Shea Boulevard and 108th St.
33°36′22″N 111°50′16″W / 33.606111°N 111.837778°W / 33.606111; -111.837778 (Taliesin West)
Scottsdale
157 Tempe Beach Stadium
Tempe Beach Stadium
January 7, 1985
(#85000055)
Ash at 1st St.
33°25′47″N 111°56′32″W / 33.429722°N 111.942222°W / 33.429722; -111.942222 (Tempe Beach Stadium)
Tempe
158 Tempe Butte
Tempe Butte
April 8, 2011
(#11000175)
Bounded on the north by Tempe Town Lake, on the west by Mill Ave. District, on the south by Arizona State University
33°25′41″N 111°56′08″W / 33.428056°N 111.935556°W / 33.428056; -111.935556 (Tempe Butte)
Tempe
159 Tempe Concrete Arch Highway Bridge
Tempe Concrete Arch Highway Bridge
May 7, 1984
(#84000743)
Mill Ave. and Salt River
33°26′06″N 111°56′32″W / 33.435°N 111.942222°W / 33.435; -111.942222 (Tempe Concrete Arch Highway Bridge)
Tempe
160 Tempe Double Butte Cemetery, Pioneer Section
Tempe Double Butte Cemetery, Pioneer Section
July 23, 2013
(#13000020)
2505 W. Broadway Rd.
33°24′22″N 111°58′30″W / 33.406°N 111.975°W / 33.406; -111.975 (Tempe Double Butte Cemetery, Pioneer Section)
Tempe Among the early Tempe settlers buried in the cemetery are Charles Trumbull Hayden (founder of Tempe), Carl T. Hayden (Senator), Benjamin B. Moeur (Governor) and John Howard Pyle (Governor).
161 Tempe Hardware Building
Tempe Hardware Building
June 26, 1980
(#80000767)
520 S. Mill Ave.
33°25′33″N 111°56′20″W / 33.425833°N 111.938889°W / 33.425833; -111.938889 (Tempe Hardware Building)
Tempe
162 Tempe Woman's Club
Tempe Woman's Club
May 11, 2000
(#00000461)
1290 S. Mill Ave.
33°24′54″N 111°56′22″W / 33.415°N 111.939444°W / 33.415; -111.939444 (Tempe Woman's Club)
Tempe
163 Temple Historic District
Temple Historic District
November 8, 2000
(#00001321)
Roughly between Mesa Dr., Broadway Rd., Hobson, and Main Sts.
33°24′42″N 111°49′14″W / 33.411667°N 111.820556°W / 33.411667; -111.820556 (Temple Historic District)
Mesa Encompass the neighborhoods around the Mesa Arizona Temple
164 Thunderbird Estates and The McDonald Addition Historic District
Thunderbird Estates and The McDonald Addition Historic District
June 30, 2010
(#10000235)
Bounded by West Northern Ave. (south), North 59th Ave. (west), and West Royal Palm Rd. (north), and including lots facing both sides of North 57th Ave. (east)
33°33′16″N 112°11′02″W / 33.554444°N 112.183889°W / 33.554444; -112.183889 (Thunderbird Estates and The McDonald Addition Historic District)
Glendale The Evan Mecham House was built in 1960 and is located at 5741 West Harmont Drive. Evan Mecham served as the 17th Governor of Arizona from January 5, 1987 to April 4, 1988 when he was impeached
165 C.H. Tinker House
C.H. Tinker House
January 11, 2006
(#05001504)
6838 N. 59th Dr.
33°32′18″N 112°11′15″W / 33.538333°N 112.1875°W / 33.538333; -112.1875 (C.H. Tinker House)
Glendale House built in 1913
166 Frank Titus House
Frank Titus House
May 13, 1982
(#82002086)
1310 N. Hayden Rd.
33°27′44″N 111°54′32″W / 33.462222°N 111.908889°W / 33.462222; -111.908889 (Frank Titus House)
Scottsdale
167 Tomlinson Estates Historic District Upload image December 15, 2015
(#15000884)
1320-1437 E. Hall and 1300-1404 E. Lemon Sts.
33°24′59″N 111°54′55″W / 33.416509°N 111.915206°W / 33.416509; -111.915206 (Tomlinson Estates Historic District)
Tempe
168 Town and Country Scottsdale Residential Historic District Upload image September 8, 2009
(#09000694)
Bounded by 72nd Place on the west, 74th St. on the east, Oak St. on the north, and Monte Vista on the south
33°28′21″N 111°55′24″W / 33.472364°N 111.923256°W / 33.472364; -111.923256 (Town and Country Scottsdale Residential Historic District)
Scottsdale
169 Tubercular Cabin
Tubercular Cabin
October 28, 2001
(#01001172)
6140 Skyline Dr.
33°49′45″N 111°56′51″W / 33.829167°N 111.9475°W / 33.829167; -111.9475 (Tubercular Cabin)
Cave Creek
170 Tucson, Cornelia and Gila Bend Railroad Caboose No. 15
Tucson, Cornelia and Gila Bend Railroad Caboose No. 15
May 7, 2018
(#100001660)
330 E. Ryan Rd.
33°16′10″N 111°50′11″W / 33.2695°N 111.8365°W / 33.2695; -111.8365 (Tucson, Cornelia and Gila Bend Railroad Caboose No. 15)
Chandler
171 University Park Historic District
University Park Historic District
February 20, 2008
(#07001174)
Bounded by 13th St., Forest Ave, alley between Apache Boulevard and 14th St., McAllister Ave., Union Pacific railroad line, and Mill Ave.
33°24′47″N 111°56′06″W / 33.412978°N 111.935108°W / 33.412978; -111.935108 (University Park Historic District)
Tempe
172 George B. Upton House
George B. Upton House
July 10, 1986
(#86001592)
171 Washington
33°58′08″N 112°43′52″W / 33.968889°N 112.731111°W / 33.968889; -112.731111 (George B. Upton House)
Wickenburg
173 Valley Field Riding and Polo Club
Valley Field Riding and Polo Club
February 5, 2009
(#08001405)
2530 N. 64th St.
33°28′30″N 111°56′44″W / 33.475083°N 111.94565°W / 33.475083; -111.94565 (Valley Field Riding and Polo Club)
Scottsdale The Valley Field Riding and Polo Club is located within the premises of a private gated community and is in a total state of abandonment.
174 Vernetta Hotel
Vernetta Hotel
July 10, 1986
(#86001593)
1 Apache St.
33°58′07″N 112°43′48″W / 33.968611°N 112.73°W / 33.968611; -112.73 (Vernetta Hotel)
Wickenburg
175 Vienna Bakery
Vienna Bakery
June 30, 1980
(#80000764)
415 S. Mill Ave.
33°25′34″N 111°56′17″W / 33.426111°N 111.938056°W / 33.426111; -111.938056 (Vienna Bakery)
Tempe
176 Village Grove 1-6 Historic District Upload image May 10, 2010
(#10000236)
Bounded by the canal at 66th St. to the west, 69th to the east, Oak St to the north, Almeria Rd to the south
33°28′12″N 111°56′09″W / 33.469958°N 111.935908°W / 33.469958; -111.935908 (Village Grove 1-6 Historic District)
Scottsdale
177 Harry Walker House
Harry Walker House
May 7, 1984
(#84000745)
118 E. 7th St.
33°25′24″N 111°56′11″W / 33.423333°N 111.936389°W / 33.423333; -111.936389 (Harry Walker House)
Tempe
178 Water Pump Station and Water Tower
Water Pump Station and Water Tower
June 19, 1995
(#95000745)
Northeastern corner of the junction of Innovation and Unity Aves. (once known as the Jct. of 12th and B Sts.) at Arizona State University at the Polytechnic campus (formally Williams Air Force Base).
33°18′17″N 111°40′51″W / 33.304722°N 111.680833°W / 33.304722; -111.680833 (Water Pump Station and Water Tower)
Mesa
179 West Second Street Historic District
West Second Street Historic District
July 2, 1999
(#99000707)
Roughly between Robson St. and Center St., from 1st St. to 3rd St.
• Boundary increase (listed June 20, 2003, refnum 03000531): Roughly bounded by Robson St., University Dr. and MacDonald St.

33°25′10″N 111°50′00″W / 33.419444°N 111.833333°W / 33.419444; -111.833333 (West Second Street Historic District)
Mesa
180 West Side-Clark Addition Historic District
West Side-Clark Addition Historic District
August 5, 2010
(#10000534)
Date St. to Country Club Dr.; 2nd Pl. to Clark St.
33°25′10″N 111°50′32″W / 33.419444°N 111.842222°W / 33.419444; -111.842222 (West Side-Clark Addition Historic District)
Mesa vicinity
181 E.M. White Dairy Barn
E.M. White Dairy Barn
October 10, 1984
(#84000176)
1810 E. Apache
33°24′54″N 111°54′27″W / 33.415°N 111.9075°W / 33.415; -111.9075 (E.M. White Dairy Barn)
Tempe
182 Wickenburg-Boetto House
Wickenburg-Boetto House
October 4, 2006
(#06000912)
225 S. Washington St.
33°57′59″N 112°43′43″W / 33.966389°N 112.728611°W / 33.966389; -112.728611 (Wickenburg-Boetto House)
Wickenburg
183 Wickenburg High School and Annex
Wickenburg High School and Annex
July 10, 1986
(#86001595)
250 S. Tegner
33°58′03″N 112°43′36″W / 33.9675°N 112.726667°W / 33.9675; -112.726667 (Wickenburg High School and Annex)
Wickenburg 1925 Colonial Revival original school and 1935 annex;
184 Wickenburg High School Gymnasium
Wickenburg High School Gymnasium
July 10, 1986
(#86001594)
252 S. Tegner
33°58′03″N 112°43′36″W / 33.9675°N 112.726667°W / 33.9675; -112.726667 (Wickenburg High School Gymnasium)
Wickenburg WPA cast concrete structure from 1934;
185 Wickenburg Ice and Cold Storage Upload image July 10, 1986
(#86001596)
48 S. Coconino
33°58′05″N 112°43′43″W / 33.968056°N 112.728611°W / 33.968056; -112.728611 (Wickenburg Ice and Cold Storage)
Wickenburg
186 Henry Wickenburg Pioneer Cemetery
Henry Wickenburg Pioneer Cemetery
April 4, 2011
(#11000151)
Adams St.[21]
33°57′52″N 112°43′46″W / 33.964444°N 112.729444°W / 33.964444; -112.729444 (Henry Wickenburg Pioneer Cemetery)
Wickenburg Tomb of Henry Wickenburg in the Henry Wickenburg Pioneer Cemetery
187 Wilbur Street Historic District
Wilbur Street Historic District
June 24, 1999
(#99000708)
Roughly between Pasadena St. and Pomeroy St., 1st St. to 3rd St.
33°25′06″N 111°49′30″W / 33.418333°N 111.825°W / 33.418333; -111.825 (Wilbur Street Historic District)
Mesa
188 Wisdom House
Wisdom House
August 6, 1987
(#87001590)
48 Kerkes
33°58′09″N 112°43′32″W / 33.969167°N 112.725556°W / 33.969167; -112.725556 (Wisdom House)
Wickenburg

Former listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Archeological Site No. AZ U:10:60(ASM) Upload image 7 March 1995[22]
(#95000752)
July 16, 2008 Address Restricted
Mesa In-Between Site.
2 Archeological Site No. AZ U:10:61(ASM) Upload image 7 March 1995
(#95000753)
February 3, 2011 Address Restricted
Mesa Ordnance Site.
3 Archeological Site No. AZ U:10:65(ASM) Upload image 7 March 1995
(#95000754)
July 17, 2009 Address Restricted
Mesa Radar Site.
4 Archeological Site No. AZ U:10:66(ASM) Upload image 7 March 1995
(#95000755)
July 17, 2009 Address Restricted
Mesa El Horno Grande Site.
5 Archeological Site No. AZ U:10:68(ASM) Upload image 7 March 1995
(#95000756)
July 3, 2002 Address Restricted
Mesa Outer Limits Site.
6 Archeological Site No. AZ U:10:77(ASM) Upload image July 3, 1995
(#95000749)
October 19, 2000 Address Restricted
Mesa
7 Bankhead Highway Upload image January 7, 1985
(#85000051)
July 18, 1989 Rural Rd. to Hayden Rd.
Tempe
8 J. D. Cooper Saloon Upload image 1984
(#84003887)
1988 202 W. 5th St.
33°25′32″N 111°56′32″W / 33.4255232°N 111.9422464°W / 33.4255232; -111.9422464 (J. D. Cooper Saloon)
Tempe Demolished
9 Ellingson Warehouse Upload image August 28, 1985
(#85002082)
July 18, 1989 24 W. 7th St.
33°25′40″N 111°49′56″W / 33.427845°N 111.832085°W / 33.427845; -111.832085 (Ellingson Warehouse)
Tempe
10 Mary and Moses Green House Upload image February 3, 1985
(#85000406)
May 2, 2006 W of Carver Street
Tempe
11 Joseph E. Johnson House Upload image October 10, 1984
(#84000174)
July 18, 1989 720 Mill Ave.
33°25′23″N 111°56′24″W / 33.423009°N 111.940084°W / 33.423009; -111.940084 (Joseph E. Johnson House)
Tempe
12 Rev. Daniel Kloss House Upload image May 7, 1984
(#84000723)
April 8, 1988 202 E. 6th St.
33°25′28″N 111°56′12″W / 33.424375°N 111.936597°W / 33.424375; -111.936597 (Rev. Daniel Kloss House)
Tempe
13 Miller Block Upload image May 7, 1984
(#84000727)
May 2, 2006 418-422 Mill Avenue
Tempe
14 Jesus Miranda Homestead Upload image May 7, 1984
(#84000729)
May 2, 2006 1992 East University
33°25′22″N 111°54′05″W / 33.422812°N 111.901388°W / 33.422812; -111.901388 (Jesus Miranda Homestead)
Tempe
15 Ollerton House Upload image May 7, 1984
(#84000735)
April 8, 1988 1004 S. Mill Ave.
33°25′08″N 111°56′25″W / 33.418851°N 111.940263°W / 33.418851; -111.940263 (Ollerton House)
Tempe
16 Samuel Openshaw House Upload image May 7, 1984
(#84000737)
April 8, 1988 104 W. 6th St.
33°25′28″N 111°56′31″W / 33.424394°N 111.941935°W / 33.424394; -111.941935 (Samuel Openshaw House)
Tempe
17 Peterson Building Upload image 1980
(#80000766)
May 2, 2006 409-413 S. Mill Avenue
33°25′34″N 111°56′23″W / 33.42612°N 111.93977°W / 33.42612; -111.93977 (Peterson Building)
Tempe
18 Poil House Upload image 1985
(#85003554)
1988 4070 S. Priest Dr.
33°23′14″N 111°57′39″W / 33.3872655°N 111.9609122°W / 33.3872655; -111.9609122 (Poil House)
Tempe
19 Rohrig School Upload image October 10, 1984
(#84000175)
May 2, 2006 2328 E. University Drive
33°25′19″N 111°53′19″W / 33.422066°N 111.888731°W / 33.422066; -111.888731 (Rohrig School)
Tempe
20 Sampson House Upload image May 7, 1984
(#84000739)
August 30, 1989 109 W. 6th St.
33°25′28″N 111°56′31″W / 33.424394°N 111.941935°W / 33.424394; -111.941935 (Sampson House)
Tempe
21 Steward House Upload image May 7, 1984
(#84000742)
July 18, 1989 612 Maple Ave.
33°23′00″N 111°56′26″W / 33.383253°N 111.940605°W / 33.383253; -111.940605 (Steward House)
Tempe
22 Tempe Cotton Exchange Cotton Gin Seed Storage Building Upload image May 7, 1984
(#84000744)
May 2, 2006 215 W. 7th Street
33°25′23″N 111°56′39″W / 33.423147°N 111.944299°W / 33.423147; -111.944299 (Tempe Cotton Exchange Cotton Gin Seed Storage Building)
Tempe
23 Tempe Bridge Upload image September 30, 1988
(#88001606)
1992 Abandoned road over Salt River
Tempe
24 Wetmore Ranch Upload image 1985
(#85003547)
1988 2420 W Baseline Rd.
33°22′43″N 111°58′30″W / 33.378633°N 111.9750717°W / 33.378633; -111.9750717 (Wetmore Ranch)
Tempe Demolished

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  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 June 22, 2018.
  3. ^ a b 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. ^ National Park Service (2008-04-24). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  5. ^ 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.
  6. ^ "Historical Marker Database". 
  7. ^ a b c d e f "Mesa Historic Property Register". Mesa, AZ. Archived from the original on 2013-06-14. 
  8. ^ "City of Tempe". Tempe, AZ. Archived from the original on 2014-02-01. 
  9. ^ "ASU Historic Preservation". ASU. 
  10. ^ "Mars Space Flight Facility". ASU. 
  11. ^ "City of Tempe". Archived from the original on 2014-02-01. 
  12. ^ "Arizona Archeological Society". 
  13. ^ "AZ Central". 
  14. ^ "Eisendrath House". Tempe, Arizona: City of Tempe. Archived from the original on May 4, 2011. Retrieved April 30, 2011. 
  15. ^ "Glendale Townsite". waymarking.com. 
  16. ^ Location derived from its GNIS feature record; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"
  17. ^ Historic Districts
  18. ^ Painted Rock Petroglyph Site Archived 2014-01-16 at the Wayback Machine., Bureau of Land Management, 2009-02-04. Accessed 2009-06-13.
  19. ^ Location derived from this Arizona Republic article; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted".
  20. ^ Geocode coordinates derived using Google Earth and map of City of Glendale historic districts.
  21. ^ Geocode coordinates based on description on Arizona Pioneer & Cemetery Research Project website.
  22. ^ "Weekly List". National Park Service. July 25, 2008. Retrieved July 25, 2009. 

Alternate name of Archaeological Sites