Location: Scottsdale Historic Museum 7333 E. Scottsdale Mall Scottsdale, Maricopa County, Arizona 33.492801, -111.923596
Historical Significance: The Little Red Schoolhouse was completed in 1909 and represented a commitment to the future of the Scottsdale community. Today, the Scottsdale Historical Museum occupies the brick building. A centennial celebration of the Little Red Schoolhouse was chaired by Scottsdale Historical Society board member, Don Hadder Sr; Arizona’s State Historian, Marshall Trimble, was master of ceremonies for the 100th Anniversary; and the Territorial Brass Band performed the Star-Spangled Banner. Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane participated in the dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony. Guests enjoyed cake and tours of the Museum The Major Winfield Scott Chapter, NSDAR, presented a historic plaque to recognize the birthday of Scottsdale’s founder, Winfield Scott, and namesake of their chapter.
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