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Arizona Register of Historic Places (ARHP)

The following list identifies the 23 properties that are listed on the Arizona State Register of Historic Places (ARHP) that are not listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). This list is in part a legacy of the way the ARHP and NRHP were developed. When originally enacted in 1966, the National Historic Preservation Act focused on properties that were of national significance; it was not until the 1990 publishing of National Register Bulletin 15, “How to Apply the National Register Criteria for Evaluation” explicitly clarified that properties of local and state significance were also eligible for NRHP-listing.

The Arizona State Legislature passed ARS §41-511 in 1974, which established the ARHP. This list was conceived to include properties that had historic significance in Arizona, but not enough significance to qualify them for the NRHP. The registration form and nomination process also were simpler for the ARHP than for the NRHP.

Other reasons for listing a property on the ARHP and not the NRHP were idiosyncratic. For example, one owner did not want his property listed on the NRHP but did want to have some recognition under the ARHP.

For more information on the history of the ARHP, please see Appendix D in the 2009 Arizona Historic Preservation Plan, available on the Arizona State Parks website at:

 

Click HERE for Arizona Historic Preservation Plans

SHPO Property Number:

Property Name/Description:

City/Town:

County:

Address/Location:

1

Stuccoed bungalow house

Tucson

Pima

646 E 8th St.

25135

Hoghe Bunkhouse

Glendale

Maricopa

5240 W. Lamar Rd.

32867

Brill, Frederick, Ranch/ Garden of Allah

Wickenburg

Maricopa

T7N R4W S20

32896

Cave Creek Archaeological District

Glendale

Maricopa

Restricted

32916

Cosanti/Cosanti Foundation

Scottsdale

Maricopa

6433 Doubletree Rd

33048

Jeppsen House

Chandler

Maricopa

690 N Alma School Rd

33185

Neighborhood House

Phoenix

Maricopa

6029 S 7th St.

33186

New River Dam Archaeological District

NA

Maricopa

Restricted

33207

Pauson, Rose, House, Site/Shiprock

Phoenix

Maricopa

32nd Street, north of

San Miguel

33412

Skunk Creek Archaeological District

NA

Maricopa

Restricted

36817

Mohave Hope Cabin Mohave Mine and Mining Camp

NA

Mohave

T22N R17W S20

36871

Red School House

Kingman

Mohave

Oak and Fourth Streets

37345

Sunset Crossing Site

Winslow

Navajo

T19N R16E S33 NW1/4 NE1/4

38093

Citizen Building

Tucson

Pima

80 S. Stone Ave.

38094

Freeman Homestead Ruins

Saguaro National Monument

Pima

T15S R16E S5 NW1/4

38095

Lime Kilns

Saguaro National Monument

Pima

T14S R16E S28 NW1/4

38673

Poston’s Butte

Florence

Pinal

T4S R9E S27 NE1/4

38776

Ward, Johny, Ranch

Patagonia

Santa Cruz

T22S R15E S22 NW1/4 NE1/4

39038

Camp Lincoln

Camp Verde

Yavapai

T14N R5E S30 NW1/4

39043

Castle Hot Springs

Morristown

Yavapai

T7N R4W S20

39056

DeKuhn, Richard, Homestead

Cherry

Yavapai

T14N R3E S21

807421

Apache Trail

NA

Maricopa

Highway 88, Roosevelt Dam to Goldfield

812612

Sheep Flat/Blue Point Village archaeological site AR-03-12-03-51

Mesa

Maricopa

Restricted

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