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Keyword: Demolition
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Contributor: Haruna Miyagawa-Fukui
Title: Public Hearing Sign and Abandoned Building
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Date: 2/2008
Keywords: Audio, Construction, Demolition, Development, Interview, Marker, All Images

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Contributor: Amy Richardson
Title: Trucks
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Date: 2/2007
Keywords: Demolition, Transportation, All Images

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Contributor: Joe Trevino
Title: Henry Farm
Description: Deserted Henry Farm awaits demolition after being acquired by a commercial company.
Date: 5/2008
Keywords: Agriculture, Demolition, Panorama, Private Space, Residential, All Images

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Contributor: Adam Thorman
Title: Last Foothold Approaching The Blown Dam
Description: The last piece of concrete to stand on leading up to the blown out section of the Gillespie Dam.
Date: 2/2008
Location: Arlington
Keywords: Demolition, Gila River, Public Works, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Bryon Darby
Title: Tree With Tire Swing
Description: An old tire swing hangs on a overgrown tree adjacent to a burned-out lot.
Date: 1/2009
Location: Buckeye
Keywords: Artifact, Demolition, Development, Public Space, All Images

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Contributor: Mark Klett
Photographer: Mark Klett
Title: Salt River Bridge
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Date: 1993
Keywords: Construction, Demolition, Public Space, Public Works, Rephotography, Salt River, Transportation, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Mark Klett
Photographer: Mark Klett
Title: Salt River Bridge
Description:
Date: 1993
Keywords: Construction, Demolition, Public Space, Public Works, Rephotography, Salt River, Transportation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Mark Klett
Photographer: Mark Klett
Title: The Old Road Over the Salt River
Description:
Date: 2003
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Construction, Demolition, Public Space, Public Works, Rephotography, Salt River, Transportation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Mark Klett
Photographer: Mark Klett
Title: Old Ash Ave Bridge Site
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Date: 1993
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Construction, Demolition, Public Space, Public Works, Rephotography, Salt River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: Happy Birthday
Description: A snapshot from Sally's childhood.
Date: unknown
Keywords: Abuse, Addiction, Alcohol, Archival Material, Artifact, Demolition, Domestic Violence, Housing, Human Rights, Interior Space, People, Poverty, Private Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: How she feels about this place
Description: The original image is of Sally's house and her handwriting on top of that. She took a print of this picture, ripped it up, and asked to scan the remains.
Date: 2/2014
Keywords: Abuse, Activism, Addiction, Alcohol, Archival Material, Artifact, Backyard, Demolition, Desert, Domestic Violence, Housing, Human Rights, Interior Space, Interview, People, Poverty, Private Space, Public Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: Bedtime
Description: A snapshot from Sally's childhood.
Date: unknown
Keywords: Abuse, Archival Material, Artifact, Demolition, Development, Domestic Violence, Housing, Human Rights, Interior Space, People, Poverty, Private Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: Where it happened
Description: I photographed her old house, and then Sally wrote her response on top of the image.
Date: 2/2014
Keywords: Abuse, Activism, Addiction, Alcohol, Archival Material, Artifact, Backyard, Demolition, Desert, Development, Domestic Violence, Housing, Human Rights, Interview, People, Private Space, Public Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: Evidence of her Mother's bruises
Description: This is a scan from Sally's childhood. Her mother, in the right of the image, carried this picture in her purse for years as evidence in case she were to receive a fatal injury.
Date: unknown
Keywords: Abuse, Addiction, Alcohol, Archival Material, Artifact, Demolition, Domestic Violence, Housing, Human Rights, Interior Space, Interview, People, Poverty, Private Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: It's not what you think
Description: A snapshot from Sally's childhood.
Date: unknown
Keywords: Abuse, Addiction, Alcohol, Demolition, Development, Domestic Violence, Housing, Human Rights, Interior Space, People, Poverty, Private Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: Scan from Sally's childhood scrapbook
Description: This is a scan of a page from Sally's childhood scrapbook. The handwriting is Sally's and was written in the present.
Date: unknown
Keywords: Abuse, Addiction, Alcohol, Archival Material, Artifact, Demolition, Development, Domestic Violence, Human Rights, People, Poverty, Private Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, All Images

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Contributor: Katie Lehman
Title: foundation
Description:
Date: unkn
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Construction, Demolition, Development, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Daniel Leivick
Title: Foundation and Waste Rock Pile
Description: When the mine was closed nearly all the mining structures where demolished for tax purposes.
Date: unknown
Location: Ajo
Keywords: Demolition, Desert, Panorama, All Images

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Contributor: Daniel Leivick
Title: Border Patrol and Tailing Piles
Description: During operation the mine produced mountains of waste rock (right) and smelter tailings (left). Since the closure of the mine, the Ajo's primary industries have become the US Border Patrol and services for RVs.
Date: 3/2011
Location: Ajo
Keywords: Border, Demolition, Panorama, Transportation, All Images

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Contributor: Edgar Cardenas
Title: The one's who did not have the privilege of growing up in Allenville as a child...
Description: they thought that we were like poor people
Date: 2014
Location: Allenville
Keywords: Airspace, Demolition, Housing, All Images

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Contributor: Susan Tatterson
Title: Truth
Description:
Date: 11/2013
Location: Superior
Keywords: Commercial, Demolition, Mining, Superior, Urban Blight, All Images

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