The McCulloch Brothers
|"Dave and Lillias Goodfellow at Residence on Mullberry Avenue, Tonto Natural Bridge, Arizona,"
Dave Goodfellow, 1860-1938 & Lillias Goodfellow, 1863-1936
|"Roadway and House near Camelback Mountain"
|This image may depict the Wigwam Resort.
"Living Area of Unidentified Building," McCulloch Brothers Inc. Photographs
Arizona State University Libraries: Arizona Collection.
|"Dixie Hotel Interior,"
This image may actually depict the Dixie Café.
December 6, 1943
|"Child Sitting on Packing Crates Holding Grapes,"
|There are over 50 photos on the following pages and you are encouraged to view them all by
clicking the 'NEXT' button on the bottom of this page. Be sure to click twice on the photos to view them
in their full, detailed glory.
|ABOUT THESE PHOTOS:
This collection houses commercial photographs showing city scenes, streets, architectural views and
building construction, commercial activities, water development projects (including dams and canals),
landscapes, and agriculture in and around Phoenix, Arizona.
These photos were donated to Arizona State University Libraries and have made available the photography
of James Morrison McCulloch and William Patrick McCulloch, commercial photographers who
owned a studio in downtown Phoenix.
These high-resolution photographs were hand selected from the collection and restored by the