Take a tour of Tucson from the comfort of your chair.
Wednesday, February 6
12 PM and 2 PM
Take a tour of Tucson from the comfort of your chair! Learn about Tucson’s history and architecture from 1860 to 1910 as you explore Main Avenue and Barrio Viejo through a PowerPoint presentation by Alan Kruse. Meet some of the fascinating people who helped shape Tucson, including Sam Drachman, George Cheyney, Edward Nye Fish, Hiram Stevens, Milton Duffield, Albert Steinfeld, and Lalo Guerrero. Alan will portray John Spring, one of Tucson’s first public school teachers, to guide you through this historical journey.
This presentation is free but requires a reservation. To request a reservation, please call 520-622-6014 during business hours beginning one week prior to the event.
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Event Tags: Alan Kruse, architecture, Barrio Viejo, event, free, free event, history, Main Avenue, presentation, the national parks store, Tucson