Ethel Magafan painted this mural, entitled “The Horse Corral,” in 1942 for the Treasury Section of Fine Arts.
“The most significant interior space is the original federal district courtroom on the first floor. This room retains its original stained walnut wainscot and benches, and features an oil-on-canvas mural titled ‘Alaskan Landscape’ behind the judge’s bench. The mural was… read more
Tucson Mountain Park, created in 1929, was opened to general recreation use in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), working with the Pima County parks agency. The northern half of the original park was added to the Saguaro National… read more