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Arizona Theatre Company

Temple of Music & Art, 330 S. Scott Ave.
Performing Arts
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Built in 1927 and designed by architect Arthur Hawes in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. Similar to Hawe's Pasadena Community Playhouse.

Jewish History Museum

564 S. Stone Ave.
History Museum
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The first synagogue in the Arizona territory. Built in 1910 and designed by architect Ely Blount, it features a fašade with Greek and Moorish details.
Historic Photo »

Scottish Rite Cathedral

160 S. Scott Ave.
Historic Site
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This Neoclassical style building was designed in 1915 by architect Henry Trost. Until recently it was used for its original purpose as a Masonic Temple.
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Temple of Music & Art

330 S. Scott Ave.
Historic Site/Performing Arts/Gallery
Historic Info »
Built in 1927. Designed by architect Arthur Hawes in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. Similar to Hawe's Pasadena Community Playhouse.
Historic Photo »