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Architect A. J. Gilford designed the new building with 8 classrooms at the Lower Townsite.
Mr. Gobins hired Architect A. L. Gilford to design his new building and Contractor George Barnett to build the structure.
The Cottonwood Rural Fire Station, planned during 1973, was completed during April of 1974.
Barracks Six, one of four remaining buildings, will be used for a museum. The other buildings have been converted into homes.
The new Cottonwood Public Library was built on Mingus Avenue near Sixth Street.
Artifacts from Tuzigoot were displayed in the museum at Clarkdale before the Tuzigoot Museum building was completed.
A collection of newspaper clippings tells the story of Sheriff Cameron, Al. Sieber and 3 Indian trackers.
At first this may look like an abstract painting, just shapes and colors.
The December snow storms were followed by rain during January.
We are lucky here in Arizona to have such fabulous sunrises and sunsets.