Notable Architects

Notable Architects in Tucson, 1900—1975

 

Arthur Brown, Charles Cox, Frederick Eastman, Scholer Sakellar Fuller, Robert Andrews Little, Arthur Rader, Knipe and Dunham, James Gresham, Ambrose and Swanson and Associates, John Beck, Dale Birtch, Robert Livingston, William Kirby Lockard and Leland Lawrence, Thomas Hill, David Swanson, Robert Swaim, David Tyson, Judith Chafee, and James Merry: http://mapptucson.org/houses/modern50_houses_list.html

 

Bernard Friedman, Merritt Starkweather, Juan Worner Y Bas, William Winchester, Tom Gist, Annie Graham Rockfellow, Richard Morse, Willian Bray, Henry Jaastad, and Holmes and Holmes: https://preservetucson.org/basic-page/iconic-tucson-architects

 

Bernie Gonzales: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bennie_Gonzales

Ralph Haver: http://modernphoenix.net/haver/

Josias Joesler: http://parentseyes.arizona.edu/josiasjoesler/index.html

Quincy Jones: http://www.aquincyjones.com/

Cliff May: http://www.ranchostyle.com/cliffnotes.html

Roy Place: http://parentseyes.arizona.edu/placesinthesun/royPlace.php

Ann Rysdale: https://radio.azpm.org/p/azspot/2012/11/29/19552-tucson-architect-made-m...

Nicholas Sakellar: http://mapptucson.org/nick_sakellar.htm

Henry Trost: http://www.henrytrost.org/arizona-buildings/

William and Sylvia Wilde: http://mapptucson.org/william_wilde.htm

 

Read more about Tucson’s architectural history in, A Guide to Tucson Architecture, by Anne M. Nequette and R. Brooks Jeffery. Published by the University of Arizona Press, 2002.