Tubac School at Tubac Presidio State Park Preliminary Architectural Evaluation and Recommendations for Use
Author(s): Gerald A. Doyle & Associates
The Tubac School, one of the several elements comprising the Tubac Presidio State Park, was constructed in 1885 and is one of the earliest American public schools established in what was then the Territory of Arizona. Although no significant historical events are yet associated with the Tubac School, and many other Territorial buildings are of greater architectural interest, the School is an unusually well-preserved example of 19th Century one-room, rural schools.
Today the building consists of four distinct elements; the original one room school; a major early addition constructed at an undetermined date, but probably before 1928; and trio later additions constructed at unestablished date(s).
Cite this Record
Tubac School at Tubac Presidio State Park Preliminary Architectural Evaluation and Recommendations for Use. Gerald A. Doyle & Associates. Phoenix, AZ: Gerald A. Doyle & Associates. 1985 ( tDAR id: 399416) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8057HRP
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Adobe Brick • Attic Ventilator • Bell Enclosure • Brick • Condition Report • Cornice • Corrugated Metal Roofing • Double Hung Windows • Shingle • Trim • Truss • Tubac School • Wainscoting • Wood Cornice • Wood Shingle • Wood Trim • Wood Truss • Wood Wainscoting
Calendar Date: 1885 to 1928 (Known dates of erection and addition to the Tubac School. Additional construction occurred at later unknown dates.)
min long: -111.063; min lat: 31.593 ; max long: -111.025; max lat: 31.63 ;
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Contact(s): Arizona State Parks
Prepared By(s): Gerald A. Doyle and Associates
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