Charles O. Brown House

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40 W Broadway Blvd, Tucson, AZ, United States

Dating to the mid-19th century, the Brown House is typical of Tucson homes from the late 1800s in that its Mexican elements were blended with Victorian ornamentation. Mr. Brown was the proprietor of the Congress Hall Saloon, a popular meeting hall for the territorial legislators. The Brown House stands in stark contrast to the modern UniSource Energy Tower, Tucson’s tallest structure, across the street. The house shares space with Shop Kind, Ben’s Bells, Riveted, and Borderlands Theater.

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