McCulloch Brothers Inc. Photographs, 1884-1947

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Date Range
1920 1941
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This collage shows the Fish Creek 44 KV line near Poland Junction, Prescott, and Sycamore; the Irving 44 KV line crossing a ridge near Steer Lake; and a 44 KV line in Flagstaff nearing a substation.

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McCulloch Bros., Central Arizona Light and Power Company
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This collage shows 44 KV lines on Mingus Mountain, in the Prescott-Monte Cristo area, and in Chino Valley.

Contributors
McCulloch Bros., Central Arizona Light and Power Company
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This collage includes a 44 KV sub- and switching station, transformer bays, railroad siding, the operators village, and a substation.

Contributors
McCulloch Bros., Central Arizona Light and Power Company
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This collage includes a view of the plant from across the river, a 6000 KV turbine and generator unit, a 2500 KV turbine generator unit, the plant's switchboard, and boilers.

Contributors
McCulloch Bros., Central Arizona Light and Power Company
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Contributors
McCulloch Bros., Central Arizona Light and Power Company
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This collage shows substations in Chino Valley, Ash Fork, and Poland Junction.

Contributors
McCulloch Bros., Central Arizona Light and Power Company
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Contributors
McCulloch Bros., Central Arizona Light and Power Company
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Contributors
McCulloch Bros., Central Arizona Light and Power Company
Created Date
1941-04-09
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This collage shows the primary lead leaving the Prescott substation, the distribution station rack and substation building, distribution lines in an alley, and distribution lines behind TAPCO.

Contributors
McCulloch Bros., Central Arizona Light and Power Company
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This collage shows the exterior of the gas plant and the small and large gas holders.

Contributors
McCulloch Bros., Central Arizona Light and Power Company

This collection houses commercial photographs showing city scenes, streets, architectural views and building construction, commercial activities, water development projects (including dams and canals), landscapes, and agriculture in and around Phoenix, Arizona. Of particular note are the images showing the construction of Frog Tanks Diversion Dam and Lake Pleasant (A101-A353, A357), Arizona guest ranches and resorts (A754-A803), and Roosevelt Dam and the Apache Trail (A357-A372 A378, A381-A392, A404, A409-A411, A413, A418, A472, A946B).

An EAD guide to this collection can be accessed at (http://www.azarchivesonline.org/xtf/view?docId=ead/asu/mccullochphotos.xml. Additional photographs taken by James and Will McCulloch are available in CP SPC 153: McCulloch Family Photographs, 1890-1974 (guide available at http://www.azarchivesonline.org/xtf/view?docId=ead/asu/mcculloch_family_photos.xml).