“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Gilbert, Arizona

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Phoenix is the county seat for Maricopa County
Gilbert is in Maricopa County
      Maricopa County (213)  
      Gila County (41)  
      La Paz County (33)  
      Pima County (308)  
      Pinal County (105)  
      Yavapai County (148)  
      Yuma County (60)  
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1Arizona (Maricopa County), Gilbert — Clement's GarageHeritage District
The longest continuous running business in Gilbert is still owned and operated by the sons of Tom Clement. Tom came to Gilbert to run the garage and service station in 1934. He raised his family here and later served as the Mayor of Gilbert from . . . Map (db m88083) HM
2Arizona (Maricopa County), Gilbert — Creed BuildingHeritage District
This building was originally the Creed Store. The 1923 picture below is of Raymond R. Creed who served as the Mayor of Gilbert in 1925. Ethel Hoffman Lacy, shown in the center of the photo, was the postmaster at this time. Winnie Johnson, wife of . . . Map (db m88070) HM
3Arizona (Maricopa County), Gilbert — Dance PavilionHeritage District
For many years this site was a vacant lot. In the late 1930s Mr. Templeton converted the lot into a dance pavilion. He constructed a wood floor, added lights and surrounded it with a fence. Couples who came to dance on Saturday nights paid ten cents . . . Map (db m88081) HM
4Arizona (Maricopa County), Gilbert — Gilbert Elementary SchoolHeritage District
This is the third elementary school in Gilbert and was built in 1913. The first two schools were part of the Mesa School District. Everett Wilbur, who later became Gilbert’s first mayor in 1920, donated the land where this school was built. The east . . . Map (db m94589) HM
5Arizona (Maricopa County), Gilbert — Gilbert Town HallHeritage District
The Gilbert town hall was built in 1938 to serve the area's 1400 residents. This building consisted of a fire station with a jail behind it. The courthouse and council chambers were also in the building. On January 2, 1938, Congress approved the . . . Map (db m88082) HM
6Arizona (Maricopa County), Gilbert — Liberty MarketHeritage District
Eddie and Edith Dong built Liberty Market in 1936. It was a very modern store at that time. Ben Ong, a native of China, came to the United States in 1929 and began working at Liberty Market in 1936. Ben married Mae in a typical Chinese family . . . Map (db m88065) HM
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7Arizona (Maricopa County), Gilbert — Pump HouseHeritage District
In 1925 the well for Gilbert’s domestic water was drilled to the depth of 475 feet where a large flow of pure water was found. A six-inch pipe was sunk to bring the water to the surface. The tower and pumping station were constructed during the . . . Map (db m90238) HM
8Arizona (Maricopa County), Gilbert — The Bank of GilbertHeritage District
The Bank of Gilbert was built in 1917. One of the men instrumental in the creation of the bank was Abe Cosby (pictured below on right) who came to Gilbert to invest in land and open a real estate office. Bill Andersen, (shown of left) one of the . . . Map (db m88069) HM
9Arizona (Maricopa County), Gilbert — Tone BuildingHeritage District
In 1918 Timmons garage was located on this site. Mr. Timmons sold the garage to Albert Tone, an accountant and Gilbert's first mail carrier, who went into business with Charles M. Blakely repairing Model T Ford automobiles. In 1924 Blakely took the . . . Map (db m88067) HM
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Dec. 8, 2022