Joesler Exhibit & Lecture at UA

Don’t miss the lecture on Josias Joesler on Tuesday, June 1, 2010,  7 – 8:30 pm. This event is is free and open to the public. It is in the Special Collections University Library at the University of Arizona, 1510 E University Blvd., Tucson, AZ.

Joesler's Broadway Village

Broadway Village, designed by Josias Joesler

Josias Joesler was a prolific Tucson architect from 1927 until the 1950s. He designed many homes in the Catalina Foothills area. The Broadway Village shopping center, St Philips in the Hills Episcopal Church, and The Ghost Ranch are some well-known examples of his work.

R. Brooks Jeffery will present the lecture. Mr. Jeffery is the author of “Josias Joesler & John W. Murphey: An Architectural Legacy for Tucson” (which will be for sale at the event),  and “A Guide to Tucson Architecture”.

The event will kick off the Joesler exhibition which will be held from June 1 to August 21, 2010.

Check out the blog I wrote recently about Joesler & some of his houses currently for sale.


About Nick Labriola

An Arizona native, Nick grew up in Flagstaff, where he met his wife. The couple relocated to Kim’s hometown of Tucson, Arizona in 2000. Nick attended the University of Arizona and earned his degree in Engineering and Management. He also completed the Eller Entrepreneurship program. Nick has worked as a business manager, for his brothers’ restaurant in Flagstaff, and as a grocery store manager in Tucson before earning his college degree. While finishing his studies he completed a co-op program with Arizona Department of Transportation working in heavy civil construction. This led to a full time Field Engineer position with Kiewit Construction managing structures crews on multi-million dollar freeway improvement projects. Having grown up in a family of real estate agents who owned a small residential construction company, Nick’s true passion has always been real estate. He joined Long Realty Company in 2009. His strong work ethic and drive have helped him in starting a busy real estate practice. Nick is an active volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, and the Tucson Community Food Bank.
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  1. Pingback: Tucson’s most well-known architect? Joesler comes to mind | Nick's Tucson Real Estate Blog

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