Rodeway Inn, 950 North Stone Avenue, Tucson, Arizona, Phone 602-624-7417. Speedway Turnoff to Stone Avenue. Closest Motel to the University of Arizona. Automatic Guest Phones. Located Down Town - City Park in Area." Postmarked September 1966.

"OLD TUCSON" - our city as it was in 1859, constructed for the filming of Clarence Buddington Kelland's picture ARIZONA, has been preserved as a Point of Interest in Tucson Mountain Park, 12 miles west of the present city. A general store and other Western shops serve the visitor, and square dances are a popular weekly attraction." Card No. B623 by Petley, purchased October, 1972.

"A" MOUNTAIN, Tucson, Arizona. "The University of Arizona's big "A" is located on the mountainside to the west of downtown area and is visible for many miles." Card No. B337, purchased October, 1972.

Roadway Inn, 950 North Stone Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Speedway Turnoff to Steone Avenue. Closest Motel to the University of Arizona. Automatic Guest Dial Phones: Located Down Town - City Park in Area." Card No. S-60576-23, purchased October 1972.

"Tucson, Arizona to Mt. Lemmon -- A scene in the Santa Catalina Mts., showing a portion of the highway from windy point. 30 miles from the Desert to the tall pines at an elevation of 8000 feet." Card No. 43902, purchased October, 1972

"SAN XAVIER DEL BAC, NEAR TUCSON, ARIZONA. Founded in 1692 and one of the best preserved of all the chain of Christian missions founded by the Jesuit priest, Father Kino, this stately edifice rises above the surrounding landscape." Card No. B242, purchased October, 1972.

"Tucson Seen From 'A' Mountain -- Situated on the desert 2,500 feet above sea leavel, Tucson is surrounded by mountains -- to the north the Santa Catalinas, east the Rincons, to the south the Santa Ritas, and the Tucson mountains to the west. -- L102" Postmarked January 1, 1957.

"L111--Stone Avenue, Tucson's Principal North-South Artery. Greater Tucson, with an estimated 150,000 population is the wholesale and shopping center of Southern Arizona. The University of Arizona is located here, excellent winter resort hotels lie within the metropolitan area, and many of the West's finest guest ranches are within easy motoring distance from the city."

"Looking North on Stone Ave., Tucson, Ariz. 'A Metropolis on the Desert,' greater Tucson has an estimated population of 185,000. Primarily a winter health resort, Tucson since the wars, has become a hustling year-'round city with the aviation and electronics industries augmenting its steadily increasing mining, ranching and resort activities. -- L110." Postmarked 1957.

"On top of 'A' Mountain where Indians once lit signal fires, University of Arizona Freshmen in a Traditional Ceremony set a huge 'A' Ablaze on the eve of the season's first Football Game." Card No. S23303.

"University of Arizona Tucson, Steward Observatory. The Steward Observatory was given in 1916 by Lavinia Steward in memory of her husband, Henry B. Steward. The large dome contains the 36-inch reflecting telescope whose mirror, weighing 700 pounds, is the first large telescope-glass cast in this country." Post Card No. S23299.

"Congress Street, Tucson, Arizona -- looking west toward the Tucson Mountains. -- L108"

Main Street - "Old Tucson Arizona" Post Card No. 14360.

"Student Union Memorial Building -- 'Erected with enduring affection in honor of the Students, Alumni and Faculty of the University of Arizona who answered their Country's Call for Service and gave their last full measure of devotion. -- L146." The Student Union Building was built in 1951. Get more interesting details about the building and its controversial mural at the front entrance: The University of Arizona

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