Best Landmark in Glendale, AZ

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5919 W. Myrtle Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85301

Since 1897

Landmarks, Architecture Buildings, Historical Places, House, Rooms, Wooden Porch, Porch Posts, Windows, Metal Roofing & Entry Door

The house is one of the oldest homes and it is a rare surviving example of nineteenth century architecture in Glendale, Arizona

The Jonas McNair house is a one story wood framed National Folk Victorian cottage. The National Folk Victorian style represents “gable front and wing” form with Victorian era wooden porch details. The original house was only three rooms with front and rear porches. In 1929, a rear addition allowed for kitchen and bath facilities. The exterior of the house has remarkable integrity with original siding, porch posts, windows, metal roofing and entry door, probably from a 1929 remodel.
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6838 N. 59th Drive, Glendale, AZ 85301

Since 1913

Landmarks, Architecture Buildings, Historical Building, Weddings, Receptions, Mini Events, Showers & Memorial Services

The house was designed by J.R. Kibbey of the noted architectural firm of Lescher and Kibbey as a comparatively small neo-classical revival-style bungalow

The Tinker House was known to military personnel and defense plant workers as the “Jorgenson Apartments.” One of the renters was John J. Hook, who with his wife Virginia eventually purchased the property from the Jorgensen family. Mrs. Hook gradually returned the property to a one-family dwelling, and the C. H. Tinker House became a “home” once again.
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9802 N 59th Ave, Glendale, AZ 85302

Since 1973

Landmarks, Historical Buildings, Historic Preservation, Collection, Preserving Artifacts, Photographs, Oral Histories & Written Materials

The Society is dedicated to historic preservation in the broadest sense including collection and preserving artifacts, photographs, oral histories and written materials

Price: Adults $5.00, Seniors $4.00, Ages 6 to 16 $1.00

Sun : 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Mon - Fri : Closed

They used to be affiliated with art awakenings we would have do an annual art show at times I was here very beautiful relaxing if your person like me then you'll enjoy the old buildings.
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