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From the moment it became Arizona's capital in 1912, Phoenix has enjoyed steady population growth and commercial expansion. Historic photographs, placed side-by-side with contemporary views of the same locations reveal a vibrant city, benefiting from wave upon wave of Easterners seeking sunshine in a culturally rich urban setting. Featured landmarks include the Heard Building, the San Carlos Hotel, the Monahan Building, and the Orpheum Theatre. With insider text from local authors, Phoenix Then and Now offers a lively journey through this vibrant city.
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Paul Scharbach, a native of Phoenix, is a self-taught professional photographer with more than 25 years’ experience, specializing in the production of stock photographic images. Pictures of his hometown, Phoenix, have always been close to his heart.
John K. Akers is a native of Phoenix. He graduated from Arizona State University and spent nearly fifteen years exploring Arizona history. He is currently the curator of history at the Tempe Historical Museum in Tempe, Arizona.
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