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
SteelCactus Foundation.
Old Arizona
The McCulloch Brothers
"Miller Bros. Motors Building Exterior"
June 6, 1940
"Phoenix Fire Department Central Station #1 with Fire Trucks Parked in Front"
In 1938, the Grosso family lived at 230 E. Monroe St. in Phoenix.
This picture was taken approximately 3 months before Charles Grosso was killed in an airplane crash.
June 28, 1938
"Colonel Thompson Ranch"
Thompson, J. E. (Joseph Edward), 1875-1950 / Phoenix (Ariz.)
"Dr. Scholls Shoe Store Interior"
April 22, 1941
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