A Personal Journal by Patricia Stephenson
The University Neighborhood A Personal Journey by Patricia Stephenson brings us the perfect accompaniment to Ms. Stephenson's Tom Marshall's Tucson. Ms. Stephenson's parents lived at 819 East First Street before she was born and continued living there long after she graduated from the University of Arizona. Both Tom Marshall's Tucson and The University Neighborhood are compiled from original photographs and previously unpublished, original sources.
In The University Neighborhood, Ms. Stephenson shares her family's story. In the process she brings us the history of the UA neighborhood from the close of the nineteenth century to 1990. As she likes to say, Louise Foucar Marshall was like a third grandmother to her. Because of this, you will also read about Louise and Tom Marshall, especially Louise Foucar Marshall's role in developing the university neighborhood which was so much a part of Ms. Stephenson youth and early adult years. Undoubtedly, The University Neighborhood website will bring back a flood of memories to many UA alumni.
This website is based upon the book Ms. Stephenson published in 1990, A Personal Journey Through the Univeristy Neighborhood Built by Louise Foucar Marshall 1901 - 1951: Reviewed and Remembered by Patricia Peters Stephenson. Because it is now seventeen years since the book was published, we have looked for places to bring you, the reader, updated information.
Visitors are welcome to use the images and content for educational purposes without requesting permission.
This website is part of the Through Our Parents' Eyes project -- read the Rights & Permissions statement. Please cite the website accordingly and attribute permissions appropriately. Most of the photos including in this website are owned by Patricia Stephenson; some are owned by the UA Library's Special Collections. Consult the photo notes page for more information on owners of the photographs used in this collection.
Throughout her book, Ms. Stephenson added her own hand-drawn sketches. Those shown in the website were scanned from a copy of her book and edited for the website. View the cover to Ms. Stephenson's 1990 book.
Start your journey from The University Neighborhood's Table of Contents or click the link at bottom of this page. You will see a link to the next page at the bottom of each page in the website. In addition, you may click on nearly any image to retrieve a larger version. We will make every effort to reply in a timely manner.
Stuart Glogoff, UA Learning Technologies Center, August 2007