Entrance to Old Tucson, Arizona
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Entrance to Old Tucson, Arizona
Old Tucson Studios Arizona (AZ), Chrome unused


Main Street Looking South
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Main Street Looking South
Old Tucson Studios Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused



Interior of Ward's Saloon
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Interior of Ward's Saloon
Old Tucson Studios Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused


Old Tucson
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Old Tucson
Old Tucson Studios Arizona (AZ), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Desert woodburner hauling visitors at Old Tucson, a replica of the old western town as it was in 1865.



Old Tucson Aerial View
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Old Tucson Aerial View
Old Tucson Studios Arizona (AZ), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Built originally years ago for the filming of "Arizona." This replica of Old Tucson as it appeared in 1865 is a popular attraction to visitors to the modern city of Tucson, Arizona, which lies a few short miles to the Northeast. Here one may see thrilling gun fights, ride the ancient styled wood-burning Narrow Guage train, and bask in an atmosphere of an old town complete with the old boardfronts and costumed inhabitants reminescent of the Old West.


Our City
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Our City
Old Tucson Studios Arizona (AZ), Continental Chrome PM 1990 Jun-01

Description:
Our City as it was in 1859, constructed for Kelland's movie picture "Arizona". The set has been kept busy by Hollywood film companies ever since and is still in regular use for filming Western movies and TV series.



Main Street Looking South
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Main Street Looking South
Old Tucson Studios Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused

Description:
"Old Tucson"


Main Street
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Main Street
Old Tucson Studios Arizona (AZ), Real Photo



Street Scene in Old Tucson
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Street Scene in Old Tucson
Old Tucson Studios Arizona (AZ), Linen PM 1948

Description:
Tucson, as it was in 1859, was reconstructed by Columbia Pictures, Inc., in producing the picture ""Arizona,"" a story of Old Tucson by Clarence Budington Kelland. About 1000 Tucsonians were employed as extras in the picture, some of whom portrayed their ancestors. The set comprised some 140 buildings, and has been preserved as a point of interest near Tucson




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