Phoenix, Arizona does not have much in the way of historic architecture. It is a city that tends to quickly destroy the old to make way for the new. The Rosson House was built between 1894 and 1895 and is located in what is now downtown Phoenix. Named for Dr. Roland Lee Rosson and his wife Flora Murray Rosson, the house was purchased by the City of Phoenix and restored to its original condition. It now serves as a historic house museum located in Phoenix’s Heritage Square. I shot this photograph on a typically hot, cloudless Phoenix summer day with my favorite camera at that time, the Olympus E-300. Photo by Don Peterson.
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