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  2. Nogales, Arizona - Wikipedia

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    Nogales ( Spanish for ' walnut trees '; Spanish: [noˈɣales]; English: / nəˈɡɑːlɪs / or / noʊˈɡɑːleɪs / [4]) is a city in and the county seat of Santa Cruz County, Arizona. The population was 20,837 at the 2010 census and estimated 20,103 in 2019. [5] Nogales forms part of the larger Tucson–Nogales combined statistical area, with ...

  3. Nogales-Grand Avenue Port of Entry - Wikipedia

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    The Nogales Arizona Port of Entry on Grand Avenue has been in existence since the early 20th century. It connects Interstate 19 with Mexican Federal Highway 15. The port of entry is named after former Arizona Senator Dennis DeConcini. The border station was completely rebuilt in 1966 and upgrades to the pedestrian gates were made by the General ...

  4. United States Post Office and Immigration Station – Nogales ...

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    December 3, 1985. The U.S. Post Office and Immigration Station – Nogales Main is a historic building in Nogales, Arizona, built in 1923. It is located one block east of Nogales' main commercial street, Morely Avenue, and one block from the Santa Cruz County Courthouse. It was listed for its architecture in the National Register of Historic ...

  5. Nogales-Morley Gate Port of Entry - Wikipedia

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    The Nogales Port of Entry evolved over time, rather than being planned. When an international fence divided Nogales in the early 20th century, vehicles were inspected at a gate at Grand Avenue, trains were inspected just east of there, and pedestrians were inspected further to the east at Morley Avenue. A small tile-roofed inspection station ...

  6. Heroica Nogales - Wikipedia

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    Heroica Nogales (Spanish pronunciation: [eˈɾojka noˈɣales]), more commonly known as Nogales, is a city and the county seat of the Municipality of Nogales in the Mexican state of Sonora. It is located in the north of the state across the U.S.-Mexico border , and is abutted on its north by the city of Nogales, Arizona .

  7. Old Nogales City Hall and Fire Station - Wikipedia

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    80000772 [1] Added to NRHP. April 3, 1980. The Old Nogales City Hall and Fire Station, in Nogales, Arizona, US, was built in 1914. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. [1] It is a two-story Mission Revival -style building designed by Tucson architect Henry O. Jaastad. It has a very prominent clock tower.

  8. S.H. Kress & Co. Building (Nogales, Arizona) - Wikipedia

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    85001859 [1] Added to NRHP. August 29, 1985. S. H. Kress, & Co. Building is a historic commercial building in Nogales, Arizona. Built sometime between 1917 and 1930, the building's stylized "Kress" on its pedimented parapet identifies its original use as part of the S. H. Kress & Co. chain of "five and dime" retail department stores. [2]

  9. US Custom House (Nogales, Arizona) - Wikipedia

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    87001344 [1] Added to NRHP. August 6, 1987. The US Custom House is a historic building in Nogales, Arizona. It was built in 1934 for the United States Customs Service, and designed in the Period Revival style by architect Louis A. Simon. [2] It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since August 6, 1987.