See Early Historic Streets (PDF) prepared by City of Tucson Historic Preservation Office, 2012, for a detailed list, with images, of downtown Tucson streets from 1775-1940.
In April of 1926, the Tucson City Council met and changed the name of several streets in Tucson. This table shows the historic street names and their current names.
|Historic Name (before 1926)||Present Name (in 2008)|
|"B" Avenue||Tyndall Avenue|
|"C" Avenue||Park Avenue|
|"F" Avenue||Highland Avenue|
|"G" Avenue||Curtis Avenue|
|"H" Avenue||Vine Avenue|
|"J" Avenue||Warren Avenue|
|"K" Avenue||Maple Street, Sycamore Street, Martin Avenue|
|"L" Avenue||Campbell Avenue|
|Bonita Street||Lee Street|
|Catalina and "D" Avenues||Fremont Avenue|
|Center street||Mountain Avenue|
|Cherry Street||Cherry Avenue|
|Douglas Avenue and Walnut Street||Cherry Avenue|
|East Avenue and "E" Avenue||Santa Rita Avenue|
|First Street, running southeasterly from Park Avenue||Factory Avenue|
|Jackson Avenue||Norton Avenue|
|Palomas Street||Adams Street|
|Rincon Road||East Second Street|
|Verde Street||Elm Street|
|Vermont Avenue||Norris Avenue|
|Witt Street||East 24th Street|
"Names of 27 Streets Changed by City Dads." Arizona Daily Star. April 23, 1926. Page 1.
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