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Capitol Boarding House Transformed Into ‘Nichols Lodge’ (access required)

Driving by the burned out shell of a house at Monroe Street and 13th Avenue, Andy Nichols said it was a shame the house had become so rundown. After all, it had once served as a boarding house for out-of-town lawmakers, and now was an eyesore in a Central Phoenix neighborhood showing some signs of revitalization. ...

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