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Shand Residence
Tucson, Arizona


Description: Shand Residence
Other Names:
Address: east of the Southern Pacific railroad, on East Sixteenth Street, Tucson, Pima County, Arizona
Type: domestic: single-family house
Original Client: George Shand
Historic Inventory:
Date: 1899

Architect or Firm: Henry C. Trost
Associated Architect or Firm:
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Wall Materials:
Roofing Materials:
Other Materials Used:
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Present Owner:
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Bibliography: (1) Arizona Weekly Star, Tucson, August 10, 1899, page [4]: Architect Trost has prepared plans for Mr. Shand of the Eagle Mill, to be erected in Buell’s addition, east of the Southern Pacific railroad.
(2) Arizona Daily Star, Tucson, August 24, 1899, page [4]: Geo Shand will at once erect a pretty home on the property purchased by him the other day in block 39

Remarks: In: City of Tucson and Southern Arizona Business Directory, 1902 ([Tucson]: Charles T. Connell, 1902), page 81, there are listings for Shand George, of Tucson Milling Co., 16th St east of city, and Shand Robert, employee Tucson milling Co. His residence was 16th St. east of city. This was the neighborhood in which Henry C. Trost was residing at the time; on page 89 of the same directory, is a listing: Trost H.C [residence] 334 E. 16th St.

Prepared for the El Paso Public Library by Lloyd C. and June F. Engelbrecht under a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, 1990.