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A cloak of lush foliage envelops this Pueblo Revival-style gem in Tucson dating from the early Thirties.  The expansive rectangular porch steps spill out onto a packed gravel driveway, clearly marking the entry and literally extending a warm welcome.  A simple barrel-tiled shed roof protects the visitor from the searing Sonoran Desert heat.  The wooden lintels visible above the windows were the customary means of spanning small openings in adobe construction; in the case of this wood-framed house, of course, they are merely decorative.