Phoenix Transect Project

Jason Roehner

Jason Roehner spent his childhood camping and shoveling endless amounts of snow on the East Coast until he and his family moved to Arizona in 1998. His early fascination with the seemingly exponential growth of Phoenix led him to explore the relationship of the desert to its inhabitants. Jason graduated from The Herberger Institute for Design and The Arts at Arizona State University in 2008 and continues to contribute work to Phoenix Transect

The most important aspects of photographing along the Salt, Gila, and Verde Rivers that traverse the Valley are experiencing different areas of change throughout Phoenix, and spending time in a territory that lives under a microscope as we bring the future into focus. As rivers and trains have helped cultivate areas during exploration and settlement in the past, I’m also interested in what growth may to come to areas along the path of the light rail, and have been exploring and visualizing this change through the practice of rephotography.

Email: jason.roehner@gmail.com
Personal Site: http://www.jasonroehner.com

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
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Date: 7/2013
Location: Ajo
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Date: 7/2013
Location: Ajo
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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
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Date: 10/2011
Location: Phoenix
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Date: 10/2011
Location: Phoenix
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Date: 10/2011
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Date: 10/2011
Location: Scottsdale
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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
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Date: 10/201
Location: Phoenix
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Date: 9/2011
Location: Phoenix
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Date: 10/2011
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Date: 10/2011
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Date: 9/2011
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Date: 9/2011
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Date: 9/2011
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Date: 9/2011
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Date: 9/2011
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Date: 9/2011
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Date: 9/2011
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Date: 9/2011
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Date: 9/2011
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Date: 9/2011
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Date: 9/2011
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Date: 9/2011
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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
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Date: 9/2011
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Date: 9/2011
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Date: 10/2011
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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
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Date: 9/2011
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Date: 9/2011
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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
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Date: 9/2011
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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
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Date: 9/2011
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Date: 9/2011
Location: Phoenix
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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 5/2012
Location: Unincorporated
Keywords: Artifact, Border, Desert, Mexico, Public Space, immigration, All Images

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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 5/2012
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Date: 5/2012
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Date: 5/2012
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Date: 5/2012
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Date: 5/2012
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Date: 5/2012
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Date: 5/2012
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Date: 5/2012
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Date: 5/2012
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Date: 5/2012
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Date: 5/2012
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Date: 5/2012
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Date: 5/2012
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Date: 5/2012
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Date: 5/2012
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Date: 5/2012
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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 5/2012
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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 5/2012
Location: Unincorporated
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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 5/2012
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Date: 5/2012
Location: Unincorporated
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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 5/2012
Location: Unincorporated
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Date: 5/2012
Location: Unincorporated
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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Karina Benessaiah
Title: Another type of border | Solana solar project
Description: The sheer scale of the Solna solar project is astounding yet this development is one in many. According to Greentech solar (April 2012), there are at least another 17 projects waiting for approval in the Gila Bend region. The town is now looking for opportunities to export its energy production to California; a plan that requires investing into new infrastructure such as transmission lines.
Date: 3/2012
Location: Gila Bend
Keywords: Development, Energy, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Karina Benessaiah
Photographer: Ed Gunthers
Title: Solana- concentrating solar power
Description: Unlike a photovoltaic solar plant, which uses sunlight to produce electricity, Solana's concentrating solar power uses the sun’s heat. According to APS "large thermos-like buildings containing molten salt will be located next to the steam boilers. At select times, instead of immediately creating steam, the heat transfer fluid will heat the molten salt. Then, if electricity is needed when the sun
Date: 3/2012
Location: Gila Bend
Keywords: Energy, Rephotography, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Karina Benessaiah
Photographer: Ed Gunthers
Title: Solana- concentrating solar power
Description: The solana project developed by spanish cie Abengoa Solar Inc. will be the largest solar power plant in operation today, meeting the needs of an estimated 70,000 households in Arizona and nearby California. The solar plant will occupy ~ 770 ha of former agricultural land.
Date: 3/2012
Location: Gila Bend
Keywords: Energy, Rephotography, All Images

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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 4/2012
Location: Unincorporated
Keywords: Artifact, Border, Desert, Mexico, Public Space, immigration, All Images

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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 4/2012
Location: Unincorporated
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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 4/2012
Location: Unincorporated
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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 4/2012
Location: Unincorporated
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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 4/2012
Location: Unincorporated
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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 4/2012
Location: Unincorporated
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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 4/2012
Location: Unincorporated
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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 4/2012
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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 4/2012
Location: Unincorporated
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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 4/2012
Location: Unincorporated
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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
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Date: 4/2012
Location: Unincorporated
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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Karina Benessaiah
Title: A town steeped in solar- Solana solar field (280MW)
Description: In 2010, the town of Gila Bend adopted the Solar Field Overlay Zone (SFOZ) ordinance to facilitate the establishment of solar projects in the region. This ordinance expedites the processing of solar projects getting approval within 2-3 months as opposed to the usual two years and more processing time.
Date: 3/2012
Location: Gila Bend
Keywords: Development, Energy, Panorama, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Karina Benessaiah
Title: Rephotography of Gillespie dam
Description: Harnessing the Gila river's waters was supremely important to support the development of agricultural production such as cotton, alfafa. The availability of water also plays a key role in the development of solar energy in the 2010s.
Date: 3/2012
Location: Gillespie Dam
Keywords: Archival Material, Gila River, Rephotography, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Karina Benessaiah
Title: Panorama of Gillespie Dam
Description: During WWI, increased demand for cotton led to federal and private investments into the dam and bridge.The area became one of the largest private irrigation systems in the country
Date: 3/2012
Location: Gillespie Dam
Keywords: Gila River, Panorama, Public Works, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Karina Benessaiah & Jason Roehner
Photographer: Arizona State Library Archives and Public Records
Title: Railroad crossings, Murphy St. (1937 and 2012)
Description: The rise of the automobile as well as technological changes which increased train's fueling autonomy led to a gradual decline of the Gila Bend refueling station which closed in 1971.
Date: 3/2012
Location: Gila Bend
Keywords: Archival Material, Rephotography, Roads, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Karina Benessaiah
Title: Train tracks, town of Gila Bend
Description: The railroad played an important role in the development of Gila Bend since the 1880s, a decade after the town's creation, when a refueling station was created. Copper from Ajo would be vehiculated through Gila Bend in direction of Phoenix and other cities.
Date: 3/2012
Location: Gila Bend
Keywords: Archival Material, Public Buildings, Rephotography, Roads, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Karina Benessaiah
Title: Railroad crossing, town of Gila Bend
Description: The picture to the left depicts a 1937 photograph of the railroad crossing at US highway 80; the picture to the right depicts the same area in 2012.
Date: 3/2012
Location: Gila Bend
Keywords: Archival Material, Public Works, Rephotography, Roads, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Karina Benessaiah & Jason Roehner
Title: A change of main streets from Murphy St. to Pima St. (Gila Bend, AZ)
Description: The picture to the left represents a 1937 photograph of a railroad crossing in Gila Bend, AZ on United States Highway 80 (from the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records). At the time, the road adjacent to the railroad constituted the main street. A shift towards an automobile-based transport system in the 1950-1960s, led to a shifting of the main street to the North (picture to the ri
Date: 3/2012
Location: Gila Bend
Keywords: Archival Material, Roads, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Karina Benessaiah
Title: Stout hotel
Description: The Stout hotel is one of the town’s landmarks. The widening of the highway in the 1950s led to a change in its façade.
Date: 3/2012
Location: Gila Bend
Keywords: Archival Material, Public Buildings, Public Space, Rephotography, Roads, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Karina Benessaiah
Title: Main street (Pima St.) in Gila Bend, Az: 1960 and 2012
Description: At first glance, Gila Bend looks the same: a small town, centered around a central road, like so many other rural towns in Southwestern US. Finding the exact location for the rephoto proved to be particularly difficult. First, to take the picture, we had to stand in the middle of the road, which was probably less busy in the 1950-1960s than now. Second, our landmark- the Texaco sign- was misleadin
Date: 3/2012
Location: Gila Bend
Keywords: Archival Material, Rephotography, Roads, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Photographer: Ryan Heckel
Title: E Apache Blvd & Tempe Canal Trail
Description:
Date: 4/2008
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Transportation, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: E Apache Blvd & Tempe Canal Trail
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Date: 1/2012
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Residential, Retail, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Title: E Apache Blvd & Tempe Canal Trail
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Date: 1/2012
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Panorama, Public Space, Rephotography, Residential, Retail, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Photographer: Ryan Heckel
Title: E Apache Blvd & S Smith Rd
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Date: 4/2008
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Construction, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: E Apache Blvd & S Smith Rd
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Date: 1/2012
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Photographer: Ryan Heckel
Title: E Apache Blvd & S Cedar St
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Date: 4/2008
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Light Rail, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: E Apache Blvd & S Cedar St
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Date: 1/2012
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Light Rail, Mass Transit, People, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Title: E Washington St & N 41st Pl
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Date: 1/2012
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Construction, Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Panorama, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Photographer: Ryan Heckel
Title: E Washington St & N 41st Pl
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Date: 4/2008
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: E Washington St & N 41st Pl
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Date: 1/2012
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Construction, Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, People, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Photographer: Ryan Heckel
Title: N Central Ave & E Roosevelt St
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Date: 4/2008
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: N Central Ave & E Roosevelt St
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Date: 3/2012
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Light Rail, Mass Transit, People, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Title: N Central Ave & E Roosevelt St
Description: Pedestrians cross Central Ave on Roosevelt during the monthly First Friday art walk in downtown Phoenix, along side the 2008 view
Date: 3/2012
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Light Rail, Mass Transit, Panorama, People, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Photographer: Ryan Heckel
Title: N Central Ave & W Fillmore St
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Date: 4/2008
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: N Central Ave & W Fillmore St
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Date: 3/2012
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, People, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Title: N Central Ave & W Fillmore St
Description: Looking north and south along Central Ave from Ryan Heckel's 2008 vantage point
Date: 3/2012
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Panorama, People, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Photographer: Ryan Heckel
Title: N Central Ave & E McKinley St
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Date: 4/2008
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: N Central Ave & E McKinley St
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Date: 3/2012
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, People, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Photographer: Ryan Heckel
Title: N 19th Ave & W Denton Ln
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Date: 4/2008
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Construction, Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Urban, Wildlife, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: N 19th Ave & W Denton Ln
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Date: 3/2012
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Residential, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Scott Warren
Title: Ajo Plaza late 1910s-1920s (AZ Historical Society)
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Date: unknown
Location: Ajo
Keywords: Archival Material, Rephotography, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Scott Warren
Title: Ajo Plaza 2011
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Date: 6/2011
Location: Ajo
Keywords: Rephotography, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Scott Warren
Title: Ajo Plaza late 1910s/1920s-2011
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Date: 6/2011
Location: Ajo
Keywords: Rephotography, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Scott Warren
Title: The copper mine, Indian Village and Mexican town, 1930s-2011
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Date: 6/2011
Location: Ajo
Keywords: Rephotography, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Scott Warren
Title: Ajo looking northeast, 1930-2011
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Date: 6/2011
Location: Ajo
Keywords: Rephotography, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Scott Warren
Title: Ajo looking northeast, 1930
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Date: unknown
Location: Ajo
Keywords: Archival Material, Rephotography, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Scott Warren
Title: Ajo looking northeast, 2011
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Date: 6/2011
Location: Ajo
Keywords: Rephotography, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Scott Warren
Title: Ajo Mine Works, 1930s
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Date: unknown
Location: Ajo
Keywords: Archival Material, Rephotography, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Scott Warren
Title: Ajo Mine Works, 2011
Description:
Date: 6/2011
Location: Ajo
Keywords: Rephotography, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Scott Warren
Title: Ajo Curley School, 1930s
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Date: unknown
Location: Ajo
Keywords: Archival Material, Rephotography, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Scott Warren
Title: Ajo Curley School, 2011
Description:
Date: 6/2011
Location: Ajo
Keywords: Rephotography, All Images

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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
Title: Industry, The Border, and the Transformation of Ajo, Arizona, Act II
Description: For full HD quality watch this clip through the Vimeo site (Load the video, but then click the Vimeo link on the player to be redirected to the site).
Date: 5/2011
Location: Ajo
Keywords: Border, Desert, Mexico, Video, immigration, All Images

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Contributor: Scott Warren & Jason Roehner
Title: Industry, The Border, and the Transformation of Ajo, Arizona, Act I
Description: For full HD quality watch this clip through the Vimeo site (Load the video, but then click the Vimeo link on the player to be redirected to the site).
Date: 5/2011
Location: Ajo
Keywords: Border, Desert, Mexico, Video, immigration, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Title: Good Samaritan Hospital, 1111 E McDowell Rd. 1931 Image Courtesy of the ASU Archives
Description: Located adjacent to the new, space age iteration, the original 1930s hospital is now a parking lot. Residents used to consider Good Sam a bad neighbor for the encroaching hospital expansion. Today, Coronado is oft cited as a “real” neighborhood because has suburban charm with urban amenities; services, transportation (lightrail & freeway access), and employment (a healthcare hub).
Date: 3/2011
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Archival Material, Panorama, Public Space, Rephotography, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Title: 16th St. Looking West Down Coronado Rd. 1934 Image Courtesy of the Arizona State Archive
Description:
Date: 4/2011
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Archival Material, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Title: 16th St. Looking West Down Granada Rd. 1934 Image Courtesy of the Arizona State Archive
Description:
Date: 4/2011
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Archival Material, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Title: 16th St. Looking North From Granada Rd. 1934 Image Courtesy of the Arizona State Archive
Description:
Date: 4/2011
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Archival Material, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Title: 16th St. Looking North From Harvard St. 1934 Image Courtesy of the Arizona State Archive
Description: Heralded as “Calle 16”, this arterial street has become a corridor of Latino urbanism boasting mural tours and some of the best Mexican food in town.
Date: 4/2011
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Archival Material, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Title: 16th St. Looking North From Yale St. 1934 Image Courtesy of the Arizona State Archive
Description: Though difficult to discern from this vantage, the primary residential structures, transportation infrastructure, and commercial practices of 16th Street seen here in 1934 remain intact today. Incessantly turning tires continue to mark sticky asphalt, ambitious entrepreneurs still seek windshield visibility, and working class residents are housed adjacently.
Date: 4/2011
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Archival Material, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Title: 2604 N 14th St.
Description:
Date: 2/2011
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Rephotography, Residential, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Photographer: unknown
Title: Augustana Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2604 N 14th St. Courtesy of JoAnn Trapp
Description:
Date: 1956
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Archival Material, Rephotography, Residential, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Title: Church of God in Christ, 2604 N 14th St.
Description: Today, Coronado neighborhood is one of the most diverse, and gay-friendly neighborhoods in Phoenix. Augustana Church is presently home to Church of God in Christ, Arizona’s largest African American network of churches.
Date: 2/2011
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Rephotography, Residential, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Photographer: unknown
Title: Augustana Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2604 N 14th St. Courtesy of JoAnn Trapp
Description: Originally built in 1946, Augustana became an instant landmark when a later addition to the building resembled a “capsized ship”. Augustana’s unusually progressive social contribution to the neighborhood might just be attributed to its topsy-turvey architecture; in the late 1970s the Church hosted (an openly) gay men’s choir.
Date: 1946
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Archival Material, Rephotography, Residential, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Title: 12th St. & Oak St. Traffic Circle, Images Courtesy of the State Historic Preservation Office
Description: In 1984, the AZ Showmen’s Association (the state’s “carny” organization) and the Professional Musician’s Union reveal Coronado’s creative inclinations. Twenty-five years later, artistic practices abound: in 2011 Phoenix Magazine named Coronado, “aka Funkytown,” one of the top ten best places to live in the Valley, especially for “burning man habitués and people forever looking for ‘the next Willo’
Date: 4/2011
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Archival Material, Commercial, Panorama, Public Space, Rephotography, Retail, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Title: Looking west from 2033 N 9th St.
Description:
Date: 4/2011
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Housing, Rephotography, Residential, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Photographer: unknown
Title: Looking west from 2033 N 9th St.
Description:
Date: 1946
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Archival Material, Housing, Rephotography, Residential, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Title: 2033 N 9th St.
Description:
Date: 4/2011
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Housing, Rephotography, Residential, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Photographer: unknown
Title: Barbara Hale, 2033 N 9th St.
Description: Barbara Hale, seen here in 1946, remembers life lived out-of-doors; tree-shaded days, nights spent in the backyard. Urbanization necessitated changes in water delivery and price. Air conditioning brought desert dwellers inside. Today, water conservation campaigns gives desert vegetation sex appeal. Tomorrow, the urban heat island may necessitate lawnscaping. Water circulates.
Date: 1946
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Archival Material, Housing, Rephotography, Residential, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Title: 2033 N 9th St.
Description:
Date: 4/2011
Keywords: Housing, Rephotography, Residential, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Photographer: unknown
Title: 2033 N 9th St.
Description: As farming gave way to residential development, the Salt River Project’s agricultural irrigation infrastructure supplied this 1930 brick bungalow with its suburban character.
Date: 1946
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Archival Material, Housing, Rephotography, Residential, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Title: 2222 N 8th St.
Description: Built shortly after Arizona’s statehood, this 1915 wood frame house has been kept standing by countless hours of ordinary tasks and tools; soapy suds, brushstrokes, hammer strikes, termite deaths. Maintained for decades only to experience neglect sometime in the last 20 years, 2222 N. 8th Street is a testament to the necessity—and continual enactment of—domestic practice.
Date: 2/2011
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Housing, Rephotography, Residential, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Jen Kitson
Photographer: unknown
Title: Margaret Shoup, 2222 N 8th St.
Description:
Date: 1923
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Archival Material, Housing, Rephotography, Residential, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Mark Klett
Title: West of Inflatable Dam After Repair, With 2003 View
Description: The Tempe Center for the Arts peeks out from behind the 2003 photograph, while two men continue repairing the inflatable dam. The electrical towers in the original view were removed in an effort to market the area for development, and construction will finally resume on the West 6th Towers after standing stagnant for the last four years
Date: 2/2011
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Commercial, Construction, Development, Panorama, Public Space, Rephotography, Salt River, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Two Views of Old Ash Ave Bridge Site, 1913-2011
Description: A 1913 photograph, Eleven Span Bridge Across the Salt River at Tempe-Arizona, is rephotographed with a wider view a century later, where a group of people make their way to Tempe Beach Park for St. Patrick's Day festivities
Date: 3/2011
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Archival Material, Commercial, Light Rail, People, Public Space, Public Works, Recreation, Rephotography, Salt River, Transportation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Tempe Town Lake and Old Ash Ave Bridge Site
Description:
Date: 3/2011
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Commercial, Development, Public Space, Public Works, Recreation, Rephotography, Salt River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Salt River Bridge
Description:
Date: 2/2011
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Public Space, Public Works, Rephotography, Salt River, Transportation, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Ornamental Flooding of Tempe Town Lake
Description:
Date: 2/2011
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Public Space, Rephotography, Salt River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: West of Inflatable Dam
Description:
Date: 2/2011
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Public Space, Rephotography, Salt River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: View of Papago Buttes and Arizona Canal
Description:
Date: 2/2011
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Canal, Public Space, Recreation, Rephotography, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: A Crowd Gathers at Tempe Town Lake Dam
Description: Spectators gather outside Tempe Center for the Arts as the lake continues to drain
Date: 7/2010
Location: Tempe
Keywords: People, Public Space, Public Works, Recreation, River, Salt River, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Watching the Lake Drain
Description: A woman gets a close look as the lake drains Wednesday morning, July 21st 2010
Date: 7/2010
Location: Tempe
Keywords: People, Public Space, Public Works, Recreation, River, Salt River, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Viewing Where the Dam Burst
Description: The morning after, looking west towards Downtown Phoenix at the section of the bladder dam that burst late at night on July 20th, 2010
Date: 7/2010
Location: Tempe
Keywords: People, Public Space, Public Works, Recreation, River, Salt River, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Water Is The Deserts Medicine
Description: Young spectators pass a sidewalk inscription while exploring the drained Tempe Town Lake
Date: 7/2010
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Marker, People, Public Space, Public Works, Recreation, River, Salt River, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Photographer: Ryan Heckel
Title: E Apache Blvd & Loop 101
Description: Construction of a Light Rail stop at Apache Blvd, east of Loop 101.
Date: 4/2008
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Construction, Development, Light Rail, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: E Apache Blvd & Loop 101
Description: Students walk from the Park & Ride on Apache Blvd to take the Light Rail to ASU.
Date: 2/2010
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Photographer: Ryan Heckel
Title: E Washington St & S 1st St
Description: Looking south over Washington at an under-construction lot and US Airways Center.
Date: 4/2008
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Construction, Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: E Washington St & S 1st St
Description: Two years later, a faded pavement marking is the only intact indicator of Ryan's view from 2008.
Date: 2/2010
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Commercial, Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Photographer: Ryan Heckel
Title: N 1st Ave & E Polk St
Description: An undeveloped lot and ASU's University Center, photographed in 2008.
Date: 4/2008
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Construction, Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: N 1st Ave & E Polk St
Description: Looking east at ASU's University Center, and the restored A.E. England historic building to the north.
Date: 3/2010
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Photographer: Ryan Heckel
Title: N 1st Ave & W Fillmore St
Description: Looking east over Central Ave towards an ASU building before it opens for class in the Summer of 2008.
Date: 4/2008
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Construction, Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: N 1st Ave & W Fillmore St
Description: A man crosses the tracks towards Civic Space Park, and ASU's Cronkite School building in Downtown Phoenix.
Date: 3/2010
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Photographer: Ryan Heckel
Title: N Central Ave & E McDowell Rd
Description: An undeveloped lot photographed in 2008 during Light Rail construction in Downtown Phoenix.
Date: 4/2008
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Construction, Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: N Central Ave & E McDowell Rd
Description: A busy stop outside The Old Spaghetti Factory on Central, where a number of people awaiting the train shouted across the street to ask what I was doing.
Date: 3/2010
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Photographer: Ryan Heckel
Title: N Central Ave & E Columbus Ave
Description: Advertising offering "Yes, life can be like that" adorns a fence during Light Rail construction in Phoenix, 2008.
Date: 4/2008
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: N Central Ave & E Columbus Ave
Description: The fence and advertising have come down to reveal the same parking lot that was there two years ago.
Date: 4/2010
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Light Rail, Mass Transit, People, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner & Ryan Heckel
Photographer: Ryan Heckel
Title: N 19th Ave & W Luke Ave
Description: Lot photographed by Ryan Heckel in 2008 during Light Rail construction.
Date: 4/2008
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Construction, Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: N 19th Ave & W Luke Ave
Description: Rephotographed in 2010, the lot is now a Park & Ride at the north end stop of the Light Rail.
Date: 3/2010
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Construction, Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: N 19th Ave & W Montebello Ave
Description: A street light arm is retracted to make room for the overhead cables of the light rail at the north end of the path.
Date: 4/2009
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Construction, Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: N 19th Ave & W Missouri Ave
Description: Workers pass buckets during construction on the northern end of the light rail path on 19th Avenue in Phoenix.
Date: 4/2009
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Construction, Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: N 19th Ave & W Denton Lane
Description: Construction on the northern end of the light rail path on 19th Avenue in Phoenix.
Date: 4/2009
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Construction, Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: W Camelback Road & N 18th Ave
Description: A completed park-and-ride lot for the light rail and an April afternoon lens-flare.
Date: 4/2009
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Construction, Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: E Apache Blvd & S Dorsey Lane
Description: A park-and-ride lot for the light rail is added, and a palm tree changed on Apache Blvd. and Dorsey Lane in Tempe.
Date: 4/2009
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Construction, Development, Light Rail, Mass Transit, Public Space, Rephotography, Transportation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Flooded Plants
Description: Plants flooded by the flow of the river
Date: 3/2009
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Public Space, Riparian, River, Salt River, Urban, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Mystery Tracks
Description: A pool of water remains after the river begins to dry up in the Spring
Date: 3/2009
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Public Space, Riparian, River, Salt River, Urban, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: A Stream Feeding the River
Description: A stream that appeared to be coming from the nearby Waste Management facility feeds into the river
Date: 3/2009
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Public Space, River, Salt River, Urban, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: The Salt River and Downtown Phoenix
Description: Looking northeast over the Salt River and 7th Avenue towards Downtown Phoenix
Date: 3/2009
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Public Space, Recreation, Riparian, River, Salt River, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Fisherman from New Hampshire at Blue Point
Description: Three men enjoying fishing in the Salt River, two of which were from the town where I grew up, Bow, New Hampshire
Date: 3/2009
Keywords: People, Public Space, Recreation, River, Salt River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Blue Point Fisherman
Description: A fly-fisherman at the Blue Point Recreation site on the Salt River
Date: 3/2009
Keywords: People, Public Space, Recreation, River, Salt River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: The River and An SRP Workers Quarters
Description: Overlooking the Salt River and an SRP workers quarters
Date: 3/2009
Keywords: Housing, Private Space, River, Salt River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Salt River Below Stewart Mountain Dam
Description: Salt River Below Stewart Mountain Dam
Date: 3/2009
Keywords: Public Space, Public Works, River, Salt River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Overlooking Saguaro Lake
Description: Overlooking Saguaro Lake, a reservoir formed by Salt River and Stewart Mountain Dam
Date: 3/2009
Keywords: Public Space, River, Salt River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Campfire Site on Gila River
Description: A campfire site found on the bank of the Gila River
Date: 2/2009
Keywords: Artifact, Gila River, People, Public Space, Recreation, Riparian, River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Vegetables and Coins in the River
Description: Onions, pennies, shadows, and swirls in the Gila River
Date: 2/2009
Keywords: Artifact, Gila River, Public Space, River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: A "Tagged" Salt River Sign
Description: A Salt River sign marked by graffiti in the West Valley
Date: 2/2009
Keywords: Marker, Public Space, Salt River, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Found Flipper
Description: A single flipper found off the bank of the river
Date: 2/2009
Keywords: Artifact, Public Space, Recreation, Riparian, River, Salt River, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: A Remnant of Salt River Recreation
Description: A sun-bleached inner tube, used for rafting, found along a trail above the river
Date: 2/2009
Keywords: Artifact, Public Space, Recreation, River, Salt River, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Canned Food and Utensils Found in a Crevice
Description: Canned food and plastic utensils found 15 feet above the trail in a rock crevice at Phon Sutton. Some cans remained unopened.
Date: 2/2009
Keywords: Artifact, Public Space, Recreation, Salt River, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Catstail Grass Lining the Salt River
Description: A view from the trail of catstail grass along the Salt River, somewhat obstructed by water droplets and condensation on the inside of the camera lens after it fell in the river
Date: 2/2009
Keywords: Public Space, Recreation, Riparian, River, Salt River, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Park Bench Found in River
Description: Part of an old Department of Parks and Recreation cement bench found in the river, 30 feet below the trail
Date: 2/2009
Keywords: Public Space, Public Works, Recreation, Riparian, River, Salt River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Campfire Charcoal Markings
Description: Found fishing line and charcoal markings near a campfire site along the Salt River
Date: 2/2009
Keywords: Marker, Public Space, Recreation, Riparian, River, Salt River, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Campfire Site on Salt River
Description: A makeshift campfire site found in the early morning at the Phon Sutton Recreation area
Date: 2/2009
Keywords: Public Space, Recreation, River, Salt River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Raccoon Tracks Along the Salt River Bank
Description: Raccoon tracks leading away from the Salt River bank in the Granite Reef Recreation Area
Date: 1/2009
Keywords: Public Space, Riparian, River, Salt River, Water, Wildlife, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Runoff Stream at Granite Reef
Description: Rainwater runs its way into a stream early in flood season along the Salt River
Date: 0/2009
Keywords: Public Space, Riparian, River, Salt River, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Hole in the Rock, Papago Park
Description: Exploring Hole in the Rock in Papago Park.
Date: 4/2008
Location: Tempe
Keywords: People, Public Space, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Downtown Phoenix from South Mountain
Description: Looking north to downtown Phoenix from a lookout on South Mountain.
Date: 4/2008
Keywords: Public Space, Recreation, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Looking North to Downtown Phoenix
Description: Looking north over Telegraph Pass Rd., down Central Ave. towards downtown Phoenix in the distance.
Date: 4/2008
Keywords: Public Space, Recreation, Urban, Vegetation, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Buried Bridge
Description: The Highway 80 Bridge crossing the river at Gillespie Dam
Date: 2/2008
Keywords: Gila River, Public Space, Transportation, Vegetation, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Gillespie Dam
Description: Exploring the west side of the Gillespie Dam.
Date: 2/2008
Keywords: Gila River, Public Space, Vegetation, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: The Gillespie Dam Gap
Description: Looking at Chad and Adam looking at the gap in the dam.
Date: 2/2008
Keywords: Gila River, People, Public Space, Public Works, River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Brush On the Side of Highway 80, Arlington
Description: Looking northeast from the side of the road on Highway 80 in Arlington.
Date: 2/2008
Keywords: Agriculture, Vegetation, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Looking Southwest Towards Priest Dr.
Description: Vegetation in high water after January storms flooded the Salt River.
Date: 1/2008
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Riparian, River, Salt River, Urban, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: View of Camelback and Papago
Description: Looking at Camelback and Papago from the south bank of the Salt River, west of Tempe Town Lake.
Date: 1/2008
Location: Tempe
Keywords: River, Salt River, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Looking at West Dam of Tempe Town Lake
Description: Looking at West Dam of Tempe Town Lake from the bank of the Salt River below Tempe Center for the Arts.
Date: 3/2008
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Riparian, River, Salt River, Urban, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Looking Southeast Over Awhatukee
Description: Some people refer to Awhatukee as the country\'s biggest cul-de-sac. Maybe it\'s because its winding roads were used as testing grounds for an auto manufacturer.
Date: 4/2008
Keywords: Public Space, Residential, Vegetation, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Cross Standing in River Rocks
Description: Just below the 16th Street bridge on the Salt River
Date: 2/2008
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Marker, Riparian, Salt River, Urban, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Looking Southwest Towards Downtown
Description: Looking over 16th Street towards downtown from atop a picnic table in the small recreation area above the Salt River.
Date: 2/2008
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Public Space, Salt River, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Looking Southeast Along the Verde River
Description: Looking Southeast Along the Verde River
Date: 2/2008
Keywords: Riparian, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Highway 87 Crossing the Verde River
Description: A cement truck crosses the Verde River on the Fort McDowell Indian Reservation
Date: 2/2008
Keywords: River, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Fabric Caught in Vegetation Along Salt River
Description: Fabric left tangled in vegetation in the Salt River after the water level began to fall.
Date: 2/2008
Keywords: Artifact, Marker, Public Space, Riparian, River, Salt River, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Fishing at Phon D. Sutton Rec. Area
Description: A father and son making use of the Salt River at the Phon D. Sutton Recreation Area.
Date: 2/2008
Keywords: People, Public Space, Riparian, River, Salt River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Jason Roehner
Title: Leaning Plants Along the Bank of the Salt River
Description: Vegetation along the banks of the Salt River, in the Phon D. Sutton Recreation Area, affected by the strength of river\'s flow during a flood period.
Date: 2/2008
Keywords: Public Space, Riparian, River, Salt River, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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