“The historic district of downtown Kingman.”
The Kingman Commercial Historic District is a 4.5-acre (1.8 ha) historic district along the 300 and 400 blks. of Andy Devine Ave. in Kingman, Arizona. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. It includes seven contributing properties; it includes Moderne, Queen Anne, and Mission/Spanish Revival designed by W. Royal Lescher and others. The district includes the Beale Hotel, the Brunswick Hotel, the 1906 Lovin Building, an AT&SF railroad depot, the Luthy Block building, and an archeological site. The Luthy Block was originally a "simple adobe building" but was expanded in 1908 with brick and was remodeled with Mission Revival parapets; these parapets were updated in c.1935 to Moderne motifs.
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