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Arizona Architecture from the Archives

Highlights from the Design and the Arts Library Special Collections

Alfred Newman Beadle, IBEW Administration Complex, 1967

Alfred Newman Beadle, North Central Towers, 1968

Blaine Drake, Eldean Residence, 1948

Blaine Drake, Glass Residence and Office, 1950

Blaine Drake, Phoenix Unitarian Church, 1960

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