- First completed in 1908, this building was designed by W.R. Norton, a noted Arizona architect, and funded by Andrew Carnegie, famous philanthropist and steel magnate. In use until 1954, this facility housed the first library in Phoenix. Reopened in 1987 as a museum to honor prominent Arizona, it now offers rotating exhibits that currently include "Arizona Women in Government" and "My Name is Arizona." Included in the museum is a separate section honoring deceased women who played integral roles in the maturing of Arizona. No credit cards, admission is free.
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