Contributed by Cave Creek Museum
Early Cave Creek, Arizona
This collection documents the growth, activities and history of the Sonoran Desert Foothills spanning the time period of the 1870’s to the 1920’s. Within this time span military operations, mining activity, sheep herding, pioneering and dude ranches have a part at shaping the foothills area that brings us to our present day western flair town site offering small town hospitality.
Cave Creek Museum is home to the last historically significant tubercular cabin in the state of Arizona. This collection of still images and documents records the oldest original tubercular cabin in the state of Arizona —and the last of its era.
View items from the Cave Creek Museum Historic Tubercular Cabin