ⓘ Lescher & Mahoney. The firm was established in 1910 by Royal W. Lescher 1882–1957. Lescher practiced alone until 1912, when he took John R. Kibbey 1883–1963 as ..

                                     

ⓘ Lescher & Mahoney

The firm was established in 1910 by Royal W. Lescher 1882–1957. Lescher practiced alone until 1912, when he took John R. Kibbey 1883–1963 as a partner, forming Lescher & Kibbey.

In 1917 Leslie J. Mahoney 1892–1985 joined the firm as a designer. He was promoted to partner in 1921. The new firm, Lescher, Kibbey & Mahoney, was dissolved in 1922 when Kibbey left to design movie sets in Hollywood. The resulting partnership of Lescher & Mahoney survived until Leschers death in 1957. However, Mahoney retained the name until his retirement in 1975, when the firm was sold. It was acquired by DLR Group of Omaha. Again, the name was retained and Lescher & Mahoney continued to operate semi-autonomously until 1998, when the firm was fully merged into DLR.

Many of the firms works are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

                                     

1.1. Selected architectural works Lescher & Kibbey, 1912–1921

  • Hotel Beale Remodeling, 325 E. Andy Devine Ave., Kingman, Arizona 1916
  • Elks Lodge, 650 E. 10th St., Douglas, Arizona 1916
  • Graham County Courthouse, 800 W. Main St., Safford, Arizona 1916
  • Little Daisy Hotel, Upper Bell Rd., Jerome, Arizona 1917–18 – Standing but in ruins.
  • Buckeye Courthouse, 218 S. 4th St., Buckeye, Arizona 1912
  • George Kingdon House, 200 Lower Bell Rd., Jerome, Arizona 1920
  • Union Verde Hospital First, 123 Hill St., Jerome, Arizona 1920
  • Maricopa Hall, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 1918–20 – Assisted by Lyman & Place.
  • Globe High School, S. High St., Globe, Arizona 1913–14
  • Duncan High School, Stadium Rd., Duncan, Arizona 1915
  • Florence High School, S. Main St., Florence, Arizona 1915–16
  • James S. Douglas, Jr. House, Douglas Rd., Jerome, Arizona 1916
  • White-McCarthy Lumber and Hardware Store, 290 Main St., Florence, Arizona 1914
  • Mohave County Courthouse, 310 N. 4th St. Kingman, Arizona 1915
  • Blome Building, Northern Arizona Normal School, Flagstaff, Arizona 1920
  • Solomon Elementary School, S. Stevens Ave., Solomon, Arizona 1920
                                     

1.2. Selected architectural works Lescher, Kibbey & Mahoney, 1921–1922

  • Peoria High School, N. 83rd Ave., Peoria, Arizona 1921–22
  • El Zaribah Shrine Auditorium, 1502 W. Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona 1921
  • Clubhouse, Phoenix Country Club, 2901 N. 7th St., Phoenix, Arizona 1921 – Demolished.
  • Temple Beth Israel, 122 E. Culver St., Phoenix, Arizona 1921
  • Scottsdale High School, 7324 E. Indian School Rd., Scottsdale, Arizona 1922–23 – Demolished.
  • Jerome High School Old, 85 Hampshire Ave., Jerome, Arizona 1922–23
                                     

1.3. Selected architectural works Lescher & Mahoney, 1922–1975

  • Executive Tower, Arizona State Capitol, Phoenix, Arizona 1974 – With Lew Place and Edward L. Varney Associates.
  • Maricopa County General Hospital, 2601 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix, Arizona 1967–68 – Will be demolished.
  • Sombrero Ranch in Wickenburg Arizona, 790 W. Bralliar Rd, Wickenburg, Arizona 1936
  • Denison Kitchell House, 2912 E. Sherran Ln., Phoenix, Arizona 1941–42
  • Phoenix Public Library Old, 1625 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, Arizona 1953 – Largely demolished.
  • Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Arizona State Fairgrounds, Phoenix, Arizona 1964–65 – With Place & Place.
  • First Methodist Church, 5510 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, Arizona 1952
  • John M. Ross House, 6722 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, Arizona 1929
  • Carl Hayden High School, Phoenix Arizona 1957
  • U. S. Federal Building, 230 N. 1st Ave., Phoenix, Arizona 1959–61 – With Edward L. Varney Associates.
  • VA Medical Center, 650 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix, Arizona 1946–49
  • U. S. Post Office, 522 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, Arizona 1932–36
  • Union Verde Hospital Second, 200 Hill St., Jerome, Arizona 1926–27
  • North Union/Prochnow Auditorium, Arizona State College, Flagstaff, Arizona 1951–52
  • West Terminal 1, Sky Harbor Airport, Phoenix, Arizona 1951–52 – Demolished.
  • Phoenix College, Phoenix, Arizona 1939
  • Brophy College Chapel, 4701 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, Arizona 1928
  • Barrow Neurological Institute, 350 W. Thomas Rd., Phoenix, Arizona 1961
  • East Terminal 2, Sky Harbor Airport, Phoenix, Arizona 1959–60 – With Weaver & Drover.
  • Scottsdale Grammar School No. 2, 3720 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale, Arizona 1928
  • Cottonwood Civic Center, 805 N. Main St., Cottonwood, Arizona 1939
  • Sciences Building Discovery Hall, Arizona State College, Tempe, Arizona 1946–48
  • B. B. Moeur Activity Building, Arizona State Teachers College, Tempe, Arizona 1936–39
  • Central Methodist Church, 1875 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, Arizona 1950
  • House and Senate Buildings, Arizona State Capitol, Phoenix, Arizona 1956–60 – With Place & Place.
  • St. Josephs Hospital, 350 W. Thomas Rd., Phoenix, Arizona 1951–53
  • Arizona State Building, 1688 W. Adams St., Phoenix, Arizona 1930
  • Knights of Pythias Building, 829 N. 1st Ave., Phoenix, Arizona 1928
  • Orpheum Theater, 209 W. Adams St., Phoenix, Arizona 1927–29
  • Phoenix Title and Trust Building, 114 W. Adams St., Phoenix, Arizona 1930–31, 1955
  • Phoenix City Hall, 125 W. Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona 1928–29 – With Edward F. Neild.
  • El Portal Hotel Maricopa Inn, 20 E. Main St., Mesa, Arizona 1925–26 – Demolished 1975.
  • Wickenburg High School Gymnasium, 252 S. Tegner St., Wickenburg, Arizona 1934


                                     

1.4. Selected architectural works Lescher & Mahoney DLR, 1975–1998

  • ADX Florence, Fremont County, Colorado 1993
  • CMC-NorthEast Stadium, Kannapolis, North Carolina 1994–95
  • Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Florida 1986–90
  • Phoenix Art Museum Expansion, 1625 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, Arizona 1994–96 – With Tod Williams Billie Tsien
  • Laguna Elementary School, E. Lakeview Dr., Scottsdale, Arizona 1986
  • UPMC Park previously Jerry Uht Park, Erie, Pennsylvania 1994–95
  • Desert Mountain High School, E. Via Linda, Scottsdale, Arizona 1995
  • Hammond Stadium, Fort Myers, Florida 1989–91
  • L. P. Frans Stadium, Hickory, North Carolina 1992–93
  • George M. Steinbrenner Field, Tampa, Florida 1994–96
  • Douglas County Public Library, 1625 Library Ln., Minden, Nevada 1982
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