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Home > Arizona > Sierra%25252525252BVista%25252525252Bvicinity > Fort Huachuca, Cavalry Stables, Clarkson Road, Sierra Vista, Cochise County, AZ



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10." Photograph Taken Circa 1918 (fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Photograph 1918.00.00.135, Photographer Unidentified, Created By And Property Of The United States Army)
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10." Photograph Taken Circa 1918 (fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Photograph 1918.00.00.135, Photographer Unidentified, Created By And Property Of The United States Army)
Horses Are Tied To The Exterior Of One Of The Paddock Corrals (fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Photograph 1918.00.00.126, Photographer Unidentified, Created By And Property Of The United States Army)
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Horses Are Tied To The Exterior Of One Of The Paddock Corrals (fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Photograph 1918.00.00.126, Photographer Unidentified, Created By And Property Of The United States Army)
The Seven Calvary Stables Completed In 1916 Are On The Right With Guard/shop Buildings On The Left
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The Seven Calvary Stables Completed In 1916 Are On The Right With Guard/shop Buildings On The Left
The 1880s Stables Are Located In The Center Of The Photograph, While The 1916 Stables Are Along The Right Side (fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Photograph 1924.10.15.03, Photographer Unidentified, Created By And Property Of The United States Army)
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The 1880s Stables Are Located In The Center Of The Photograph, While The 1916 Stables Are Along The Right Side (fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Photograph 1924.10.15.03, Photographer Unidentified, Created By And Property Of The United States Army)
Photograph Is Looking To The West And Was Taken In 1928 (fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Photograph 1928.00.00.13, Photographer Unidentified, Created By And Property Of The United States Army)
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Photograph Is Looking To The West And Was Taken In 1928 (fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Photograph 1928.00.00.13, Photographer Unidentified, Created By And Property Of The United States Army)
Myrtle Was Retired In 1930 And Later Made Appearances In Parades And Reviews At Fort Huachuca (fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Photograph 1930.13.00.04, Photographer Unidentified, Created By And Property Of The United States Army)
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Myrtle Was Retired In 1930 And Later Made Appearances In Parades And Reviews At Fort Huachuca (fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Photograph 1930.13.00.04, Photographer Unidentified, Created By And Property Of The United States Army)
The 1916 Stables Are Visible To The East Of The Foothills Of The Huachuca Mountains (fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Photograph 1948.00.00.05, Photographer Unidentified, Created By And Property Of The United States Army)
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The 1916 Stables Are Visible To The East Of The Foothills Of The Huachuca Mountains (fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Photograph 1948.00.00.05, Photographer Unidentified, Created By And Property Of The United States Army)
The 1916 Stables Are Located In The Middle Right Portion Of The Photograph (fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Photograph 1950.15.00.14, Photographer Unidentified, Created By And Property Of The United States Army)
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The 1916 Stables Are Located In The Middle Right Portion Of The Photograph (fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Photograph 1950.15.00.14, Photographer Unidentified, Created By And Property Of The United States Army)
The 1916 Stables Are Located In The Right Middle Portion Of The Picture (fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Photograph 1970.15.00.59, Photographer Unidentified, Created By And Property Of The United States Army)
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The 1916 Stables Are Located In The Right Middle Portion Of The Picture (fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Photograph 1970.15.00.59, Photographer Unidentified, Created By And Property Of The United States Army)

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Location
Clarkson Road, Sierra%25252525252BVista%25252525252Bvicinity, AZ

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS AZ-210
Building/structure dates: 1916 initial construction
Significance: Seven Cavalry Stables at Fort Huachuca, a military installation located in southeastern Arizona, were completed in 1916, utilizing a standardized quartermaster corps plan. The structures are eligible for their listing on the National Register of Historic Places due to their association with the 10th cavalry, popularly known as the Buffalo Soldiers, and the punitive expedition into Mexico in 1916-1917, and because they are unique examples of a rare examples of a rare architecture type and represent the only known examples of a stables construction using the Quartermaster Corps Plan No. 291.

Subjects
Stables


Related Names
U. S. Army Office Of The Construction Quartermaste


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
STABLE COMPLEX AND ADJACENT SITE, FROM SOUTHEAST
STABLE COMPLEX FROM SOUTHEAST
STABLE COMPLEX AND ADJACENT SITE, FROM SOUTHWEST
STABLE COMPLEX AND ADJACENT SITE, FROM NORTHWEST
STABLE COMPLEX AND ADJACENT SITE, FROM NORTHEAST
STABLE COMPLEX (LIGHT-ROOFED BUILDINGS IN CENTER) AND SURROUNDING SITE FROM STAR HILL, SOUTHWEST OF SITE
CONCRETE WATERING TROUGH AND STABLES, FROM WEST
TIMBER CULVERT AND STONE MASONRY DRAINAGE RETAINING WALLS ON RAILROAD EMBANKMENT, FROM NORTHWEST
A PAIR OF 10TH CAVALRY AMBULANCES, PARKED NEXT TO ONE OF THE STABLE LABELED "M.D. 10." PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN CIRCA 1918 (FORT HUACHUCA HISTORICAL MUSEUM, PHOTOGRAPH 1918.00.00.135, PHOTOGRAPHER UNIDENTIFIED, CREATED BY AND PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY)
A VIEW OF THE STABLES LOOKING TO THE SOUTH, TOWARD THE HUACHUCA MOUNTAINS, CIRCA 1910. HORSES ARE TIED TO THE EXTERIOR OF ONE OF THE PADDOCK CORRALS (FORT HUACHUCA HISTORICAL MUSEUM, PHOTOGRAPH 1918.00.00.126, PHOTOGRAPHER UNIDENTIFIED, CREATED BY AND PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY)
VIEW LOOKING SOUTH TOWARD THE HUACHUCA MOUNTAINS, CIRCA 1919. THE SEVEN CALVARY STABLES COMPLETED IN 1916 ARE ON THE RIGHT WITH GUARD/SHOP BUILDINGS ON THE LEFT. THE RAILROAD SIDING IN IN THE FOREGROUND (FORT HUACHUCA HISTORICAL MUSEUM, PHOTOGRAPH 1918.00.00.128, PHOTOGRAPHER UNIDENTIFIED, CREATED BY AND PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY)
AN ELEVATED VIEW OF FORT HUACHUCA TAKEN IN 1918 AN DLOOKING TO THE NORTHEAST (FORT HUACHUCA HISTORICAL MUSEUM, PHOTOGRAPH 1918.00.00.20, PHOTOGRAPHER UNIDENTIFIED, CREATED BY AND PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY)
AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN IN 1924, LOOKING TO THE SOUTHWEST, TOWARD THE HUACHUCA MOUNTAINS. THE 1880S STABLES ARE LOCATED IN THE CENTER OF THE PHOTOGRAPH, WHILE THE 1916 STABLES ARE ALONG THE RIGHT SIDE (FORT HUACHUCA HISTORICAL MUSEUM, PHOTOGRAPH 1924.10.15.03, PHOTOGRAPHER UNIDENTIFIED, CREATED BY AND PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY)
AFRICAN-AMERICAN CAVALRY SOLDIERS AND THEIR MOUNTS ENTER A CORRAL BETWEEN TWO OF THE 1916 STABLES. PHOTOGRAPH IS LOOKING TO THE WEST AND WAS TAKEN IN 1928 (FORT HUACHUCA HISTORICAL MUSEUM, PHOTOGRAPH 1928.00.00.13, PHOTOGRAPHER UNIDENTIFIED, CREATED BY AND PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY)
A JULY 1930 PHOTOGRAPH OF A MULE NAME MYRTLE WHO WAS AMONG THE MOUNTS TAKEN WITH GENERAL JOHN PERSHING AND THE 10TH CAVALRY ON THE PUNITIVE EXPEDITION TO MEXICO IN 1916-1917. MYRTLE WAS RETIRED IN 1930 AND LATER MADE APPEARANCES IN PARADES AND REVIEWS AT FORT HUACHUCA (FORT HUACHUCA HISTORICAL MUSEUM, PHOTOGRAPH 1930.13.00.04, PHOTOGRAPHER UNIDENTIFIED, CREATED BY AND PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY)
TRICKY AND GRAY, TWO HORSES HELD BY UNIDENTIFIED AFRICAN-AMERICAN SOLDIERS, POST IN 1939 (FORT HUACHUCA HISTORICAL MUSEUM, PHOTOGRAPH 1939.00.00.06, PHOTOGRAPHER UNIDENTIFIED, CREATED BY AND PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY)
AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN IN 1944, LOOKING TO THE WEST. THE 1916 STABLES ARE VISIBLE TO THE EAST OF THE FOOTHILLS OF THE HUACHUCA MOUNTAINS (FORT HUACHUCA HISTORICAL MUSEUM, PHOTOGRAPH 1948.00.00.05, PHOTOGRAPHER UNIDENTIFIED, CREATED BY AND PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY)
AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN IN 1950, LOOKING TO THE SOUTH. THE 1916 STABLES ARE LOCATED IN THE MIDDLE RIGHT PORTION OF THE PHOTOGRAPH (FORT HUACHUCA HISTORICAL MUSEUM, PHOTOGRAPH 1950.15.00.14, PHOTOGRAPHER UNIDENTIFIED, CREATED BY AND PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY)
A HIGHER ALTITUDE AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN IN 1970, LOOKING SOUTH TOWARD THE HUACHUCA MOUNTAINS. THE 1916 STABLES ARE LOCATED IN THE RIGHT MIDDLE PORTION OF THE PICTURE (FORT HUACHUCA HISTORICAL MUSEUM, PHOTOGRAPH 1970.15.00.59, PHOTOGRAPHER UNIDENTIFIED, CREATED BY AND PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY)


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