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This 1895 Queen Anne Victorian was built for Dr. Roland Rosson, a prominent physician and politician. It changed hands several times over its long life, evolving into a rooming house that was eventually subdivided into individual units until it fell into disrepair and became little more than a flophouse. The city of Phoenix purchased the building in 1974. Through community efforts, it was restored and turned into a historic house museum, sitting on its original foundation in the middle of bustling downtown Phoenix.
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