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Ferrin House

Category   Historic Landmarks

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198 W Cushing St
Tucson, AZ 85701

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#14 on Turquoise Trail Map: This old adobe home was built in the 1860s by tailor Joseph Ferrin and his wife Therese. Therese and Ferrin’s daughter Clara were instrumental in building the first synagogue in Arizona a few blocks to the south on Stone Ave. A store was added to the residence in the 1880s. More recently it was owned by the Rollings family who ran it as the Cushing Street Bar. The structure now houses The Coronet Restaurant.

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