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  • The Rosson HouseRosson House Phoenix, Arizona
    The Rosson House was constructed in 1895 and is still standing on the original foundation when it was built downtown Phoenix, Arizona on Heritage Square. It was named after Dr. Roland Lee Rosson and his wife, Flora Murray, although it did change owners many times before it was bought by the city and restorated to its former beauty. It is now a museum available for tours Wednesday through Sunday. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971 and is a marvelous example of Eastlake Queen Ann Victorian style of architecture. A. P. Petit, well known San Francisco architect designed it and he passed away before it was finished, thus being his last house. The floor plans and blue prints were found in a published article before it was given to Rosson, which caused some controversy as to whether or not it was original.

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  • Arizona Mining and Mineral MuseumArizona Mining and Mineral Museum Phoenix, Arizona
    Arizona is the country's main mining state with the biggest value of non-fuel mineral production and the Department of Mines and Mineral Resources is a non-regulatory state agency helping with the promotion and development of the state's mineral resources. The museum honors the mining industry that assisted in the growth of the state, which has its beginnings in the first state fair, where the mineral exhibit would dwarf everything else there. This collection, which is already considered one of the best in the world, has continued to grow and get better since then. Every year, more than 23,000 students and 18,000 regular visitors come here to view the magnificent stones, with mineral collectors and rockhounds from across the globe coming here to admire and purchase any stones that they can.

January 11, 2011