The Tucson Country Club building was a delightful eclectic blend of Mission Revival, Spanish and Pueblo, designed by Trost & Trost and completed in 1914. It was built on a 120 acre portion of the Hereford Ranch, a few miles east of Tucson, which was donated by landowner John M. Roberts. The building is hauntingly reminiscent of El Paso’s Franklin Mountains Country Club, which was erected in 1916 and designed by the firm of Gibson & Robertson. Charles Gibson, who drew the plans for the El Paso property, may have been heavily influenced by the Trost building in Tucson. The Tucson Country Club was demolished circa 1968. For more information, please see the Arizona Daily Star article linked to in the photo credit below.
Photograph courtesy of the Arizona Daily Star at https://tucson.com/news/blogs/streetsmarts/street-smarts-country-club-golf-links-used-to-be-one-road/article_7000c651-d111-5e99-b212-46b60d29e769.html
— Mark Stone
Construction Date: Jan 1, 1914
Address: 2900 Broadway at Country Club Road, Tucson, AZ